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Bem‘on Coum‘y Agem‘s Column
One day last week Benton
county had five fires out on
rangeland going at one time.
The majority of these are due to
carelessness and can be avoided.
No doubt many of them are caus
ed by people who do not own the
land or pasture - may not even
reside .in the county. Because
of this the fire becomes a haz
ard which is hard to control. Let
us who reside here be as careful
as possible to avoid anything
Which might cause a fire,
ILECTRIC FENCES
This past Week a Benton coun
ty tamer came to the office in
quiring where he could secure
sufficient fence posts to build a
fence around 40 acres of land.
After some discussion. it was de
cided that an electric fence could
be used. The electric fence charg
er will r’equire a little cash out
lay. The rest of the material
could be secured about the farm
stead if an electric fence was set
up. One precaution to use with
an electric fence is to be sure
that the type is one that is okay
ed by the underwriters. Home
made eiectric fence chargers may
be dangerous.
BULLETINS
Weeds cost the farmer more
than all the other farm opera
tions. It has only been in recent
gears that chemicals have been
rought into the weed control
picture. A new bulletin just ar
rived in the office entitled “Be
tween You and Me and 2,4 D”
gives complete information on
controlling numerous wee d s,
types of 2.4 D to be used and the
formula for making up the pro
per strength.
Another bulletin which may
be of interest to a number of hay
producers is entitled “Methods
of Preserving Roughage." This is
just off the presses and goes in
to quite' detail on methods used
for the preservation of hay. Both
PROFESSIONAL AND SERVICE DIRECTORY
ABSTRACTS
BENTON COUNTY
ABSTRACT 6 TITLE (:0.
216 Kenn. Ave.v Phone 616;.
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ACCOUNTANTS
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' B!) M. PBTBASK
Licensed Public Accountant
Bookkeeping-elncome Tax
Richmond Bldg.
Phone 4401 Kennewick
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ERNEST 11. CRUTCKER
ACCOUNTANT -
Income Tax Consultant
Room '3—Wash. Hdw. Bldg.
Phone Kenn, 6201 _ '
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D. I. DICKFOWN
ACCOUNTANT
Complete Bookkeeping
‘ Tax Service
Phone 436 .. 7 Cascade
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11. M. WILLIAMS (:0.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
410 W. Columbia Street
Phone6s32 Pasco
All! SERVICE
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G. I. FLIGHT TRAINING
HUNTING FISHING
- RIDES - CHARTER
WASIIINGTON SKYWAYS
Pasco Phone 3732
M
M.
TWIN CITY AIRPORT
All Kinds Flying Instruction
Seaplane Instruction.
Charter Service
Gasoline and Repairs
On Nob Hill Phone 5531
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AMBULANCE SERVICE
' MUELLER
FUNERAL HOME
DAY 0R NIGHT PHONE
2201 or 2401
314 First Avenue .
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APPHANCE REPAIRS
EXPERT
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CARTER
WASHING MACHINE
SERVICE
902 S. 11th Pasco
Dial 2731 Kenn. 1-7550
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‘ ATTORNEYS
HUGII B. HORTON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
303 Kennewick Avenue
Phone 8721 Kennewick
of these bulletins can be secured
by contacting the Extension Set
vice office.
REMINDER! I'o
POULTRY RAISEBS
Timely reminders fer poultry
raisers this month were issued to
day by County Extension Agent
Frank Webster. They were we
pared for him by John P. Miller,
assistant extension poultryman
at Washington State college.
This month’s reminders revived
the popular feature which was
written a long time by the late
Fred W. Frazier, WSC extension
poultryman, and Miller.
1. Cull out the non-producers.
It is necessary to cull out the
birds that have gone out of lay.
The only exception to this is if
you are planning to summer
force molt your yearling White
%egl;orn hens, see point num
er .
2. Yearling White Leghorn
hens are usually molted in June.
As! your county agent for a copy
of Poultry Pointers No. 21 “Sum
mer Force Molting of Hens for
Egg Production.” Poultry men
who are successful with a force
molting program follow the in
structions in this bulletin.
3. Handle a few birds to see
if there are any lice on them.
You can control the lice very
easily with nicotine sulfate. Ob
tain a copy 0'! Poultry Pointers
No. 34 entitled “Common Ex
ternal Parasites of Chickens and
Turkeys."
4. Have you examined the
masts and nests for red mites?
There are several good products
on the market for controlling
finite;2l Refer to Poultry Pointers
o. .
5. Have you thought about
storing bulk grain on your farm
this fall? According to govern‘
ment reports, there will be a
rinortage of storage space for
grain in this area. Maybe you
: SALES
RENTALS
‘ ATTORNEYS >
MOUL’I'ON. POWELL
, and GESS
Office in Owen’s Bldg.
300 W. Kenn. Ave.
Phone 761
RUSSEL R. RIDENOUR
A'I'I‘ORNEY-ATéLAW
106 N. sth St. Pasco
Phone Pasco 4601
- KEN E. SERIER
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
16 Kennewick Ave. East
Columbia Bldg.
Office 2971 , Res. 2957
. , V? ,
W. I. GAPI-‘NEV _
ATI‘ORNEY-AT-LAW
Title & Trust Bldg.
Pasco.‘ Phone 5579
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CIIAS. 'l'. MORDECK‘
A'I'I‘ORNEY-AT-LAW
V 323 Avenue C
Phone 1406 Kennewick {
JAMES'LEAVY
A'I'I‘ORNEY-AT-LAW
P. O. Box 673, Pasco, Wn.
Phones:
Office 3632 Home 4082
AUTOMOTIVE
GRAVES
AUTO SERVICE
'Guaranteed Service
on All Cars & Trucks
15 N. Auburn Phone 1001
DON SKIRVING’S
AUTO 6. ELECTRIC SERVICE
14 N. Auburn Phone 881
, BEAUTY snaps
MALINA ‘
BEAUTY SHOP
‘ 107 Avenue C
Kennewick Phone 4906
Evening Work By
Appointment Only
CLEANING
/
I G K WINDOW
CLEANING SERVICE
Venetian Blinds Cleaned
Janitor Service, Floor Waxing
Kennewick and Pasco
Phone Kenn. 4746 '
HELP YOURSELF LAUNDRY
COLUMBIA WASIIA'I'ERIA
HOURS: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
(Across from S &-J Motor)
Phone 1941 .
ELECTRICIANS
COLUMBIA ELECTRIC
ALEX BIER, Prop.
Electric Supplies
Maytag Parts and Service
Phone 3201 16 Kenn. Ave.
can make a good buy on your
winter wheat needs it you have
storage space this fall.
6. Have you moved your range
shelters or colony broader houses
lately? If the ground is bare
around them and shows signs
of becoming contaminated it is
a good idea to move the house.
50’ is enough.
7. Young turkeys need protec
tion from the wind and rain for
several weeks after they are
rroved out from the brooder
house to the range. A range shel
ter is a must.
8. Have you had any outbreaks
of coccidiosis either in your pul
lets or young turkeys. .Use one
of the sulfa drugs if an outbreak
occurs. Be sure to follow the di
rections of the manufacturer of
the product you use.
9. Eggs need mzo be gathered
a; least three ti 5 a day during
the summer months. You can re
tain quality in your eggs and
keep them cleaner if you gather
them more frequently.
10. Do you have a good' egg
room or egg holding space. See
Poultry Pointers No. 29 entitled
“Eggs and Their Care” for ideas
and suggestions on keeping your
egg holding room cold.
TIME TO DIVIDB PASTURE
It’s about time to divide up
those pastures County Extension
Agent Frank Webster said. He
said that most farmers know
they 'get more pasturage from
four or five small pastures‘than
by leaving the big pastures in
one piece.
He suggested that farmers
may want to use electric fences
for dividing their pastures.
That’s because the fences are so
easily moved and they are to
cheap in construction. Good elec
tric fences use very little power,
their operation is positive and
cheap and in every way desir
able.
FARM SERVICE
E. S. JOHNSON
GRAIN DEALER
Telephone 3324 Pasco ‘
505 West Lewis Pasco
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FILM SERVICE
COLUMBIA PHOTO LIB
415 Avenue C '
8-Hour Film Service
In at 9:oo—Out at 5:00
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FLOWERS
" Table Arrangements
‘ Wedding Flowers {
‘ Funeral Designs
‘ Plants and Giltware
‘ Flowers by Wire
KENNEWICK '
FLOWER SHOP
. FTD MEMBER
Phone 1856 So. 17 Cascade
, M l I
. ICE DELIVERY
M
4 INLAND ICE CO.
- Block & Crushed Ice
Delivered Anywhere
' in Twin Cities
Ph. 6191 125 Wash. St. N.
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INSURANCE ,
M
YEDICR .
INSURANCE AGENCY
ALL RISK COVERAGE
Room 9 Bateman Bldg.
Phone 5301 _ Kennewick
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MOVING STORAGE
M
. RICHLAND TRANSFER _
Local and Statewide Moving
Fireproof Storage .
Agent North American
Van Lines
Phone 942 11 E. Kenn. Ave.
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OPTOMETRIS'I'S
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DR. H. C. CURRY
Registered Optometrist
Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted
Broken Lenses Duplicated
Established Many Years
Optical Office at Residence
402 First Ave.
Corner of Dayton St. 7
Phone 1361
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DR. CLARK DURHAM
OPTOMETRIST
Eyes Examined
Lenses Quplicated
9 So. Dayton Kennewick
Phone 6241
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DB. HAROLD E. OLSON
OPTOMETRIST
Analytical Eye Examinations
Complete Optical Services
by Appointment
210 N. 4th St., Pasco. Ph. 3881
KENNEWICK
COUBIER-REPORIER 77
Thurk; 'Jifiié V7176;-
Mystery Tops
Radio Polls
Practically all' radio polls to
day indicate that mystery pro
grams as a group are top fav
orites with the American listen.
ing public. Such programs as
The Whistler, Counter-spy, The
Thin Man, Mr. District Attorney,
Sam Spade, Suspense, Michael
Shayne, FBI in Peace and War.
Gangbusters . . . to mention only
a few . ‘. . consistently receive
high ratings in competition with
all types of radio fare.
Radio's newest mystery-adven
ture, “The AdVentur‘es of Frank
Race," heard each Sunday at
6:30 p.m. ove KWIE should prove
no exception to the rule, because
the program tself was developed
after a caret 1 study and analy
sis of the ost successful ele
ments of all programs in the
mystery-adventure category.
But “The Adventures of Frank
Race” has more than successful
format to insure popularity with
listeners. Into the show has been
built all the elements of good
Showmanship that make for out
standing radio fare. “Adven
tures” has, first of all, an ex
ceptional cast. Heard in the
title role is Tom Collins. well
known for his splendid micro
phone work in One Man's Fam
ily, Chandu, The Magician, etc.
Collins is suppOrted with a
large cast of top AFRA talent,
among- them’names heard con
sistently on adio’s leading pro
grams: Lure e Tuttle, Pat Mc-
Geehan, Tony Barrett, Lois
Corbett, Fred Shields.
In the da‘ys of ancient Greece,
a bent or beheaded pin was sup
posed to have. magical powers.
NEWSPAPERS
SPOKESMAN REVIEW
AGENT FOR
Call 1812 Kennewick
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- COMMERCIAL I
' PHOTOGRAPHY I
COLUMBIA PI-IOTO um I
415 Ave. 0 Ph. 2086 {
PLUMBING
Everything in Plumbing
and Heating
STANDARD PLUMBING
HEATING G SUPPLY
For, Free Estimates Ph. 8931
or see Ira H. McClearen, W.
Kenn Ave., Kennewick.
‘ Residence 18 Pacific St.
‘ RADIO snwc‘e‘
nu: nous: or senvrcs
Exceptional Radio Repair on
‘ Home and Auto Radios _
“Authorized RCA-Victor Dealer
Phone 6251 119 First Ave.
1 .
‘ ' REAL‘ISTATE
1 ,c. A. CRAWFORD
' Licensed Real Estate
I 4 Broker
108 First. Ave. East
Kennewick Phone 701
REFRIGERATION SERVICE
_ ' murmurs
REFRIGERATION
320 Ave. C East _
Phone 2996
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- RADIATOR SERVICE ‘
ZEB'S 111-LAND
RADIATOR SERVICE
1% Miles West of 111-Land
Drive-In Theater
Hudnal .Road
Repairing, Cleaning and
Re-Coring'
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SHOE REPAIRING
rm: snonv nosrrriu.
116 Kenn. Ave.‘ Phone 1944
Expert Workmanship
Men's Work Shoes for Sale
TITLE INSURANCE
W
WASHINGTON Tm:
.INSURA CE CO.
216 Kenn. Ave. Phone 6161
verenmnlms
DR. 1. I. PREDERICKSON
Residence No. Stevens Drive
Phone 263-J—Richland ‘
Army Augmentation
Program Scheduled
7
The last lecture of 'the 6th
army augmentation program for
the current year will be held at
the CBC Armory, building T-B,
Pasco general depot, at 7:00 p.m.,
Friday, June 17.
Ist Lt. Paul J. ROWan. Head.
quarters company, 9th Infantry.
2nd Infantry division. Ft. Lewis.
will hold a two hours lecture.
conference and demonstration on
the “Communication Equl‘pment
of a Regimental Combat earn."
A regimental combat team is
normally composed of one ln~
fantry regiment, one battalion of
light field artillery, one com
nanv. of combat engineers. one
company of medium tanks. one
meulcal collection company and
other units that the operation
demands may be attached.
The 6th army augmentation
program is a series of lectures.
conferences and demonstrations
prepared and presented to the
Organized Reserve corps by the
regular army to keep the re
serve officers and enlisted men
up to date on the latest devel
opements in the armed farces.
All members of the civilian
components of the armed forces
are invited to attend. Due to
the confidential nature of the
material being presented. iden
tification will be required.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF‘S 851.: Of
REM'SS‘I'ATS
CAUSE NO. “ll
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT or fill STATS
or WASHINGTON I'Olt BENTON COUN
TY Henry Piert vs. Charles 0. Piert and
Martha Piert. husband and wife.
Under and ‘by virtue of Execution Un
der Foreclosure issued out or and under
the seal of the above entitled Court.
holding terms at Prosser. in and for said
county. on the 25th day of May. A. D.
1949. upon a iudsment rendered in said
Court on the 30th day of December. A. D.
1948. in favor of Henry Piert and against
Charles 0. Piert and Martha Piert tor
the sum of Five Thousand one hundred
sixty and 67/00 (35.16037) together with
attorney's fees. Interest. costs and in
creased costs. and to me directed and
delivered. commanding me to sell the
following described property situate. iyo
ing and being in Benton County. State
of Wash.. or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said judgment. at
tomey’stees. interest. costs and increased
costs. to.wit:
The Southeast Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter ot Section i 5. Township s North.
Range 30. Z. W. M.
Now. Therefore. Notice is Hereby Given.
That on SATURDAY. the 2nd day of July.
A. D. 1949. at 11:00 o'clock in the fore.
noon of said day. I will sell the above
described propenyr or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy said
Judgment. attorney's fees. interest. costs
and increased costs. in all amountins to
the sum of Five Thousand seven hundred
eightly {our dollars and 13/00 ($5384.13)
tecethler with scout-ins interest and cost
0 see.
SAID SALE WILL TAKE PLACE at the
front door of the Court House at Prosser.
in said County and State. and will be at
PUBLIC AUCTION. tor cash in hand. to the
hishest and best bidder.
Dated at Prosser. Wash.. this 3rd day
oi! June. A. D. 1949. ,
BARRY B. COCHRAN
, Sheriff
Is It PQWEQS
_. ' beputy
MOUL‘I‘EN. POWELL O GEE. Attorney“.
ltd-6:94:80
There’s an ,
.‘easier way
A Product of
Standard of California
Phone 2515
to protect your Diesel
this way
with
f‘ ' ‘W
um um .
L ”H J
Standard Diesel Fuel is
completely distilled to
make sure it is 100%
dirt-free. That’s impor
tant, for every drop of
fuel burned in your
Dieselmustpassthrough
tiny injector-nozzle
holes. If they get dirt
worn and enlarged,
there’s risk of costly re
pairs. Save your Dim]
. . . save money . . . get
Standard Diesel Fuel!
DISTRIBUTED I?
111. E. OLIVER
GLENN FELTON
WANT ADS
RATES—3: per word—minimum 75c. Subsoqu ent inserfion: flares “me: for the price of fwo.‘
Wanted
WANTED: Experienced junltreu
wants work—day or nlte. Ph.
3192. Jennette Colby. K-5011013p
FULL OR PART TlMEßS—Aver
age $2 to $5 per hour taking
orders. Real Silk products. Col
lege students welcome. Car not
necessary. Write 116 East A St.,
Yakima. K—6-10-13p
WANTED TO BUY—Lawn swing
and children’s playground
equipment. E. R. Supple, phone
2385. K-7-10-139
WANTED TO BUY: All kinds of
antique glassware. furiture
and china. Mrs. Dorothy B. Han
son, Lieble road. West High
lands. Telephone 2740. K-Botf
WANTED TO BUY: Beef and
dairy cattle of all kinds. also
horses. Contact Lande Brothers.
Rt. 1, Kennewick, phone 2186.
K-9-tfc
For Rent
FOR RENT: Sleeping room ad
joining bath. Two blocks from
Kennewick Postoffice, Phone 612.
1013121)
FOR RENT: Walt’s Trailer Camp,
modern facilities. Large 50 x
25 ft. lots. Located at Ave. B 8:
Gum St., Kenn. K-10-tfc
FOR RENT: Latest model High
Speed Floor Sander. Also
Edger and Floor Polisher. Low
rates. Western Auto Supply.
’ ' K-11-22~tf
13612 RENT: Sleeping room for 1
or 2 persons. 708 Ave. E. Phone
2051 after 5 p.m. K-27-12~p
For Sale
FOR SALE: Red fryers. Mrs. Ro
bert Pyle. Pha 2764- K2-12°13C
Everything In plumbing and
hunting. (or in. estimates. can.
In H. Mama—x.“ 893 -
K-12otfc
FOR SALE: Several tracts of
land to be set out in fruit trees
and grapes. Nurseryman’s Ex
change W. B. Saunders. Ph. 4524
River Road. K-13-ttc
FOR SALE: Red currants. 131 d:
your own, 50c gal. N. C. Nell
sen, Rt. 2. Bartlett & Frazier Rd.,
Phone 346. $3421)
Miscellaneous
COOLER PADS. made to order.
All sizes. reasonable prices.
Bailey’s. 710 W. Columbia Ave.
Kennewick. Ph. 5076. K-u-ttc
LOANS
Automobile Local '
rumma- Local .
Attractive m up low as 47.
112 AN. «h 9t. A 9h. 33“
PASCO K-15-ttc
H ere's Your ~
illhléfs a 9
- ‘ Check Us}
I Van lLleusen Shirts
' Van Heusen Ties
’ { Swank Jewelry
{ Hickok Belts ‘
v Sporf Shir‘l's
Loads of other wearable gifts for Dad on his day.
Juno '9”!
KEOI.K E R ' S
‘ Men's Shop
Kennewick
STANDARDaPLUMIING
HEATING
Miscellaneous
IF YOU WANT A MacMman
bullt Home. Hurry! Only two
left: 1.2 bedroom. 1-3 bedroom.
and three lots left to build on in
this desirable project in Garber
Addition on Kenn. Ave. See Mac-
Millan Const. Co., on tract. Kenn.
Ave. W, to golf course, phone
5971. K-18-tfc
HEARING AID BATTERIES
Good Stock of Fresh Batteries
at All Times
DON SKIRVING‘S ELECTRIC
14 No. Mbum St. Phone 881
Kennv ‘1 K~l7~tfc Wash.
MISCEhuANEOUS: comple te_
washing machine repairs and
service. by factory~trained me
chaniw for all makes of washers.
Bunch Finnegan Inc., on the ave
nue. Phone 4801. K-18-tfc
BABBEE TENDAS
and
ACCESSORIES
F. H. Mchn 223 Abert Ave.
Richland, Washington
K-19-u-13p
FOR MAYTAG delivery, contact
Bunch-Finnigan, Inc., Immedi
ately. Radios, refrigerators, elec
tric ranges. 335 Avenue C East
Kennewick. phone 4801. Quality
merchandise at lowest pr_l_ce_§. ‘_
Electrolux Cleaner & Air Purl
fier, the originator and leader.
$69.75. Terms if desired. Why
pay more for others worth less.
5912. E. H. Laird—lßo6 W. 4th
Ave., Kennewick. K-21-10-15p
A complete alga senice {or
the I‘d-City urea.
NESCO-NEON-SIGN-CO.
116 N. Tacoma Paco Pb. 198
D. P. lona—Oh! Scimitar
, K-22-‘ls-tfc
PIANOS
Roy Goodman. pianist and ac
credited teacher. otters without
obligation authentic information
on pianos.
ROY GOODMAN m-cn'r
MUSic STORE
124 Avenue “C" Phone 6968
Kennewick mas-tie
MOKLER PLUMBING &
HEATING CO.
Pipe, Valves, and Fittings
Iron Fireman Coal Stoakers
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
115 lst Ave. Tel. 4&1
- c
Oil Heater. Norge. Quaker or
Internationals also floor fum
aces can be seen at Durochers.
We also have a fine stock of
beautiful combination radios in
light or dark wood. K—24-tjc
NOTICE
Delivered Bull Service. Guern
sey or Whitetace. Cash buyer
for livestock. Milk cows for sale.
Howard Ash, East End of lst
Ave., Kennewick. Phone 1911.
K-25-8-17p
Miscellaneous
commfibfim .. CLEANER
and HUMIDIFIER
Sales - Service -- Supplies
ROBERT E. CAMPBELL
John Deere No. 62 Pickup pay
chopper with Wisconsin engme.
New condition.
$875.00
Farmall A Tractor with plow,
cultivator, fertilizer attachment,
good conditiggl_ u
$875.00
John Deere M Tractor complete
with starter and lights. wheel
weights, hydraulic system.
$1250.00
RICHMONDCéMPLEMENT
Kennewick, Wash: Phone 441
K-4-120
none: or mm": mm: or
nun. ESTATE
7 7 cause No. 9113
In the sniéz‘xE—cé‘ii: 'éf'mo State at
WW9 F 9: 391 mm Cguncy. __ _ A___
Miller Supply. Inc. 1 Com. Plum!!!
vs. Donut! H. Swan: and man: A.
Swartz. Husband and wire. d/b/n Superior
Electric (20.. Defendant.
Under and by virtue of an Order of
Sale Issued out of and under the seal of
the above entitled Court. holding terms
I". Pros-er. In and (or said county. on
the 9th day of June. A. D. 1949. upon 0.
Judzment rendered in said Court on the
9th day of June. A. 7‘. 1949. in £a\'or at
Miller Supply. Inc., u Corp. and against
Donald a, 3mm and Lucme A. Swaru.
Husband and Wife. d/bh Superior Elev.
tric Company {or the sum of Five hund
red uxteen dollars um 21/00 ($316.21).
Weather “Rh attomey'o fees. Interest and
increased costs. and to me directed and
alive!“ commanding me to sell the fol
lowing described property inmate. lylmz
and being in Benton County. State of
Washington. or In much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy said judgment.
attorney's fees. interest. costs. and In
creased costs. to-wit: All the rum. title
and Interest that sold defendants or eith
erotthemhndntho‘clockA. M.onthe
anagram. 1948. orthntthey
oreltherottnemnowhnvelnondto:
not portion 0! government lots are (5)
anddx (6) «Indicative (5) andorthe
Mlthfltotthomflnnltqumerdsec
not! dx (8). tmm oeven (7) north
We thirty-one (31) east. W. M" de
gcrlbedu follows: A 7 u _ __
K-ZO-tfc
Beginning at a point on the east line
at the rlxht of m of the ’Spokane. Port
land and Seattle Mm which ls nonh
0' 3' eat :54? feet and west 115.3 feet
from the southwest comer of section 5.
thence alone the east line of fight of way
ln 3. southeasterly direction 402.7 feet to
the west line of section 5 (said right of
we! is 100 feet wlde In eectlon 6).:
thence north 0' 83’ an non: said west
llne 152.3 feet to the palm where the
890”. Portland end We Railway
Intersects Bald west line (fllht of way In
section 5. is 300 feet wlde): thence tol
lowlnz east line of said right of way ln
1 southeasterly dlhectlon 390.4 feet;
ments: north m- 10' east 875.5 feet to
the em llne o! ald lot 5; thence north
erlyelonttheeutllneeotsaldlotss
and 6 to a polnt due east of the point
of bezlnnlnc: thence west 95.3 feet more
or less to the point at heunmnz.
NOW. THEREFORE. NOTICE IS HERE
-8!! GIVEN. M on SATURDAY. the 23nd
day filmy. A. D. 1949. at 11:00 o'clock
mutetotenoonotnlddey.lwlu sell
the above described property. or so much
thenotumubenemtosaudy
sud :udment. money's tees. lamest.
costs and haunted con. la all amount
lnc to the sum of live hundred seventy
elcht dollar- end 83/100 (8578433). to
..ebther with anemia: lnterest and cost of
SAID m WILL TAKE PLACE et the
aunt door of the Cotfrt Home It Prosser.
lnnldcountvendsute.endwlllbent
PUBLIC m. for an in hand. to
the lashed. end best bidder.
Dated at Ruler. Wash.. thle 9th (by
of June. A. D. m '
. BARRY B. OOCERAN
Sher!!!
' By E. rowms
Deputy
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mango BY PUBLICATION
ummoneomormsun
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V 1010! mm: vs. NADIN‘E
McKee. Defendant.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON ‘lO THE
SAID mums: yield-28. DEFESNPANT:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within m (60) do." utter the date of
the first publication at this swnrnons. to
wit. within sixty (60) days after the 16th
day of June. 1949. and detend the above
entitiedadionintheutweentitiedewrt.
and answer the amended complaint at the
pialntilt. and serve a copy or your ans
wer upon the underlined attorneys at
their dane helow stated; and in use or
your mm no to do. iudnnent and de
cree will be rendered against you accord.
in: to the denund of the amended cam
piaint. which has been tiled with the
clerk of said court.
that the come of aetion herein is tor
ademeotdivomeu'olnthedefendenttor
the reason and new the ground or cruel
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P. 0. Box 587
112 m «h Sheet
Pasco. Washington
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none: I'o neurons
at m SUPERIOR COURT 0!" THE
STATE Oi!I WASHING“)!!! IN AND FOR
mm: mum.
In the nutter o! the Estate or ALLIE
mu. Gene-led.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that let
ters of Administration on the Estate or
Allie Kenna. deceased. were granted to
theunderlienedmthesthdeyorJune.
1949. by the said Superla- Court. All
persons ham claims await said estate
are required to serve them with the ne
cessary vouchers upon me ht the office
of Moulton & Powell. Kennewick. Wash
inzton. within six (8) months after the
date of the first publication at this not
ice. to-wit: Within six month from and
after the 9th day 0! June. 19(9. and file
the same with the Clerk of the above en
titled Court. together with proof or such
service or they shall be torever barred.
DATED at Kennewick. Washington. this
9th m of June. 1949.
ALFRED HANSON
Administrator
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1. 6mm JUERGENS. Dene-ed.
Notice is hereby liven tint the under
signed hu been appointed end has quell
ned as Administrator of the Estate of J.
Gerrit Juerzens. Deceased: that all per
sons having claims against said demand
ere hereby required to serve me. duly
verified. on said administrator. or his nt
tomeya-ot Record. et the address below
stated. and tile the same with the Clerk
at mid Court. mether with pron! of such
service. within six month: ester date or
the first publication of this notice. or the
name will be barred.
Date of first publication. June 2. 1949.
c. DALE JUERGESS
Administrator of aid Estate
Address: The Trading Post
Avenue C East.
Kennewick. Wuhinttun
SAM-nun 510M031: .... .... "....“
Attumey for Estate
No. 3 Richmond Buildins
m Wuhlntton. R~2-8:2-16:16
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Phone 8907
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