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TRI-STATE REALTY, INC. 1st 10 Acres of the newly plotted High School Addi- eady for your choice of home sites. Select one of or have your builder purohse Tour new home you. READY SOON 8oubte entry homes by Bob Wilson Homes Inc. on North Sixth. Pick your coice of fireplace paint colors now. GOOD BUY very comfortable ihome, electric heat. 2 choice large shop area for storage or garage. Full price Small down payment with reasonable monthly ACREAGE listed approx, 1 Acre very nice 2 bedroom home heat. Drilled well, 2 car garage and storage this row it won't last. Full price $9850.00, dn. $1,000.00 Balance $85.00 per me. APPROX 5 ACRES home, electric heat, garage and s'hop area, system and water rights. This ,acreage will run head ,of beef plus ,hay and nice garden spot. Full only $1250.00 down, balance easy telms. APPROX 240 ACRES of cultivated land and 120 acres of pasture NW af Cheney. Good add on unit for your farm. of leasing additiolal 160 acres. Call Bill Geschke or Lloyd Ham TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. Southwestern Spokane County To Be Reappraised by Assessor Since August, Spokane County Assessor Wylie W. Brown has had a crew of seven men under Supervisor Fred O. Ander- son re-appraising the southwest porUon of Spokane County. This will inelude Cheney, Medical Lake and Airway Heights which towns will probably be done during the winter when the rural roads may be bad from snow. will sustain a market vlue warth many times more than the amount of taxes. Even a.n didtion costing perhaps $1,000 would ,add overall to the asseed value perhaps $100 which would add only $7 a year in taxes. The field man Friday, September 3, 1965 Cheney Hot Lunch Hot lunch will be served a,t all of the schools in Cheney / District No. 360 on opemng day, Sept. 8. The menu is as follows: Sept 8: weiner in blanket with catsup, permt butter stuffed celery and watermelon. Sept. 9: mea loaf, mashed potatoes, brown gracy marin- ated tomatoes, coffee cake. Sept. 10: spaghetti with to- mato cheese sauce, cabbage This is a routine appraisal which the 1955 begisia,ture designated to be done every t'or years. The last inspection in Cheney was made for the 1960 assessment for 1961 tax- es. This present ispection is far the 1966 assessment for 1967 taxes. The asseor ex- poets to be on the four-year rotation within the next per- iod. Valuation Low In Spokane Wa,hington State law says that the ,assessed value shall! be "50 per cent of a true and fair value" and further desig- nates that this is considered as the price arrived ,at on the between a willing buy- er and a willing seller. Mr. Brown states that his men are instructed to arrive at an as- sessed value which is 25 per cent oUthe market value. on the productivity rating of the soil. The U. S. S0il Con- serwtion Service prepared the original data. The assessor's field .men then check ech po- petty in the field for such d- verse infiuences as rock in, trusions, frost conditions, mois- ture problems and other con- ditons that the broad so'fl conservation data would not show. This is a difficult pro- gram to apply and the assess- ar's program has not as yet been completed for the whole county. At any time after a field man completes a field book and returns it to the office a property owner may secure his new value. Should he feel it is wrong, he should request the field supervisor to recheck the value. If he is not satisfied considers only the overall value ,of the .house or building as it relates to laresen day market. There has been rumors thai occzsionally someone has im- personated an assessor and asked to see the inside of a house. Should there be any doubt in your mind, you should ask to see the identifi- cation which each field man carries. They are instructed not to enter a house unless an adult is present. If only chil dren are home the assessor will ask a few questions and then m'ake ,an outside estimate. and cucumber salad, pcanut- butter sandwich, fresh fruit. DITTONS RETURN Mr. and Mrs. John Ditton re- turned last Wednesday from their four day trip to Dall, as, Ore. They were guests of their daugher-in-law, Mrs. Le- roy Ditton. i lobert Lee from W.al Wal-i to, spent this week in Oheney, ! with his brother and family, ssisted with work on the Mr. and Mrs. William Lee. He arm. Check the want advs. each week. You can find it in the classifieds. NEW HOMES district, 3 bdrm. beautiful ltche FOR RENT been erroniously apprais- ed on the previous visit, depre- ciation may be showing now, the market value may have changed either up or down or the assessed value may remain the same. There is no .blanket raising or lowerin, g of assessed 1 bedroom furnished apt., values -- each property is ap- bedroom furnished apt. pJsed by itself. If no .one is washers and dryers. Married lome the field man makes an couples only. 235-6647. 121 5th outside estimate and leaves a a20tf red card indicating that he The field men actually work " with the supervisor's decis- from charts of building re- ion, he can appeal to the placement costs and deprecia- Board of Equalization Which tion table's. These are based meets on the first Monday in on data furnished by the July. A further ap,peal may Washington State Tax Corn- be made to the State Board mission and adjusted to fit lo- of Equalization or to the Su- cal conditions. This then re- perior Court. lates to present day marke The assessar would like to value and not to original con- point out that bis job is that struction cost. of an appraiser to fix property Re-Appraisal Explained values. The tax rate is set by the vote of the peo,ple. All tax- A re-appraisal mu,st be made es over $4.00 per $100.00 of even if the owner has made assessed value are specifically no changes. The house may voted by the people- in re- cent years mostly for scho,al.s Rancher Won't Paint House One of the field men recent- ly bad a rancher make a state- merit to him that he wasn't fro- ing to paint his house because "the assessor would just dou- ble his taxes." This tmfarttm- te image, the assessor' office would like to dispel. By painting or otherwise maiataing a house, n owner The Acre Maker: BanvelD POSITIVE CONTROL--The systemic ac- GET tion of Banvel D kills both leaves end roots of tough perennial weeds. SHORT SOIL RESIDUAL--You can get your land back into production faster, be- HERBICIDE cause Banvel D has a short soil residual. You don't have to wait 2 or 3 years before NOW planting crops. 6anvelD IU VELSICOL CHEMICAL CORPORATION West 304 St. Thomas More Woy Spokn', Washington & dishwasher, 2 dble garage, avail- 1, 2 bdrm. du- appliances included , fire place. Let one year payments. Ren- Property close to Good net return. Widmer Realty 1207 N. Wash. house with appliances. Fenced 616 Villard, Che- jy30tf gs, like new, so easy Blue Lustre. Rent ampooer $1. Holmes 15th, 1600 square bedroom home. Elee. range, dish- fireplace, double gar- Ed Doten Real Es- 1st St., Phone 235- al3tf lot, 60 x 120. Excel- Paved street, and sewage. Phone a6tf 35 acres 2 bd. mdrn. 15 mites west. Low terms. James Leo Real Estate 2130 E. Spokane, Wash. FA 8-3614. s3p bed, $10.00 Phone s3p awy the Blue LUS:I from eargets and RerA electric sham- Hdwe. 63 Trailer House, and unftrniShed for rent. Inquire Second St. Oheae. s3tf partly fu. s3 Modern 3 bedroom, fmily .... .poem, electric ,heat, unur- one, heel trailer, nhed, 4 miles from Cheney. vcheel, avs cove, :$85.00 a month. 235-6530. , $40. Chuck Shepard, s3p , 2354163. s3p Sm ,at apartment for rent. Also b. washerryer in sleeping room by week or $75.00. Call month. Clase davntown. Mrs. McMin- Phone 235-4785. 612 First St. s3p s3-10p tble, co*fe tble, 2 excellert condition. Heated apt. with large coset ,space, near college l,bra. 235-4993. s3p 8 x 40, one bed- ever, ig, 21043 sap SALE OR TRADE well broke mare. 3-3574. s3p $110. Beautiful 4-bdrm country has done so. home, way to Spokane, A prime objective of the available Sept. 15, for year or program is equalization. The more, while owner abroad assessor s training program is Faculty or other responsible directed toward assurin that family. Furn. or unfurn. Chit- similar houses will be apprais- dren welcome. MA 4-0207. ed for the same value no mat- a20tf ter where located in Spokane County nor which field man Two bed, room house, close in, does the appraising. unfurnished, automatic het. Residential land values are Phone 235-6863. W. 228 5th. handled separately. People jyl8tf make values and it is the asses- ser's job to anatyze the sales 3 new duplex ,apts. All electri- and apply a value to the pro- cal appliances, w/w carpets, perty. Sales that are obvious- Phone 23'5-4747. Thos. Matney, ly too high or too low from 1506 2nd. jyl6tf various circumstances are not 2 bedroom furnished art- considered when fixing as- mont. 705 First Street, 235- sessed values for a neiglbar- 6553. a27tf hood. An average figure is used from sales of similar pro- One 2-bedroom duplex apt. all perties. ,appliances, w/w carpets. Land Values Told Thomas Matney. 235-4747 Farm land values are based 1506 2nd. a27tf ! Large, beautiful, new 2 bed- TO GIVE AWAY room apartment. Adults only. 25'5-4017. If no answer, Cute kittens to give away. call 235-6585. s3tf phone 235-4739. s3 Un,furnished 2 bedroom apt. LOST in older home near camps, Hand sander and pipe wrench. ChMren weloome. Inquire Holmes H omeown Hard- 605 Elm. s3ff ware. s3 Two bedroom apartment cam- One black Angus bull. Brand- pletely frnished, wool car- ed backward G with E at- pet, television, bedroom and lashed. Wayne Brown, 23'5- kitchen sets. Phone 235-6318 6529. s3 Cheney. Ted Ham. s3 SPECIAL Unfurnished house, two bed- room, modern, newly decor- ted. Fi, sh lake. Teteplone Will pay a good price for US Cheney 235-4464. s3 and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to Two bedroom ftamished house sell. 414 First St., Cheney t Fish lake. Auto. washer & j lgtf dryer included, s INEXPENSIVE typing paper. 1 2-bedroom apt., and one 3- 500 mets 8 x 11 practice bedroom apt. 120 H street, typing only 96 at The Free or call Tyler 272. s3p'  orifice, j29tfx Older home, furnished $60 a  WORK WANTED moth. Plone 235-6581. " s3 Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. El's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tt Dependable cMld care, my home. 235-6580. 63-10 PHILIP J. THOMPSON Suite 808, N. 4407 Dltttlen Street 8poklme, WuhJnLgon NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 8981 I the Superior Court of the State of Washtmgton in azd for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ELI AD, deeMed. Gen*lan preferred. No. 10 Notice is hereby given that philip 7th street. Phone 235-4447. z. Thompson, D. B. U., C. . A., tn hl capacity as administrator of the dovo s3tf t.te, will sell at private sale and for cash the following described real estate: Lot 7 and the East 15 feet of Lot Three rooms upstairs, furnish- s. Block 14, Manite Park Addition to ed. Married couple or older the City of Spokane, County of spo- sinCe person. Quiet, reference, kauo. Sta of Wminon, to the htghemt and best bidder. 124 2nd, phone 235-6544. Bids must be submitted in writing and Stf may be left with the admitmtrator D. B. N., C. T. A., at Suite 808, North- town Office Building, North 4407 Divis- AUCTION SALES ion Street, Spokane, Washington. Bids I will be received until the date of sale. Ye Olde Auction Sat 7 n m ]The sale will be made ou or after Sept. ' -- .... ". " ,18, 1966. The Administrator, D. B. N., Stoves, Re,rig., wasners, au I c. T. A., reerve the right to reject kins of furniture bought and[ah.aiham;o D B . c.W.A. sold ,at auction or off the floor ] ndmini'trator, Suite 808: N.rthtown Of" av,-r Buy Antim,e wagon | flee Building, North 4407 Division .=d ,d" '..-" _.',. ' . ] Spokane, Washington. wheels eEc. 23D-aolo. su/ (Sept. 8-I0) i Cheney Free Pre Page 5 K. CONLEYS ENTERTAIN WITH FAMILY REUNION Mr. nd Mrsl Kenneth Cen- ley entertained with a family reunion picnic dinner on Sun- day, Aug. 29, in IOOF lall; owing to inclement weather it was transferred from Sut- ton park. The occasion on- ored the Conleys' son-in4aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stauffer and ekildren rom North ollyv0od, (Mlif. elatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oonley, Mr. and Mrs. Roydl Conley, Cheey; Dr. and Mrs. Glen Coniey aud family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stmuvin, Spokane; Mrs. Beth Smith, Mrs. J. D. Pittman, Mrs. Wihna Knuth and son and daughter of Ritz- ville. The afternoon was spent socially, evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Reseau PoCts f Edwall. The Stauffers lft far home this week, ater 4s,it- ing relatives in Oheney anfl Spokane, .and fishing on Pend Oreille lake. ATTENDS CAMP SEABECK Mrs. Kirkpatrick reports her husband was fee.l.g better Saturday when s:he visited him. Mrs. Burton Blakely call- ed on Mrs. Kirkpatrick Last Wednesday. Willian tteinemann receiv- ed a painful fot injury Thurs- day night, when parts of his whea cmbine fell on ,lgs foot. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Perme and daughters were weekend guests of their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Pelce. Dr. J. P. Mdwell, Dr. O. E. $ohnson, Walter Powell and Roy a,se, returned Monday from a few days vacation aboard Dr. CaMweU's cruiser on Lake Washirgton. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Zimmer- man of Spokane spent a few 6ays last week with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ratelffe and chil- dren. Mrs. Loule Rietz and Miss Chesney were visit- ors Monday of Mrs. James AShley and Miss Ghdys Wy- rick. PRICES 20 YEARS AGO Hunts Purple Plums, No 2 can 22 Krafts Sandwich Spread .... 17 8 oz. jar Tomatoes, 1 lb. -. ............... 10c Tomato Juice, 46 oz. can .... 21 Libby's Grape Preserves 1 lb. jar ............................ 27c -----7. RED RIPE Walermelon lb. 2 ARDEN DELICIA Ice (ream, gal 49c The percentages are with you of the new homes built in 1964 ABOUT in the area served by Cheney City Light Company include 25% the benefits of flameless elec- tric heat. HEARTS OF GOLD drop in electric heat costs in 28% just two years, on Cheney area's low "All-Electric" rate. lower fire insurance rates are 10% available to Washington homes with total electric living. Be sure your home is fully mo.dem:,in, cludimfl won- derfully clean and convenient electric heat. Tou can get information and ass,stance at your local Cheney PLENTY OF PARKING City Light Company office. OPEN9 TO 9 CHENEY CITY LIGHT COMPANY .:rrmrrrEttrlr - GIANT SIZE 00lTide ......... 64 MIRACLE WHIPr Qt, Salad Dressing, 49 HIG00DE Buffer, lb....,- .. Fresh Frozen, Cut up 00lFryers, each ... 79 2 Ibm., 6 oz. Tastewell Frozen, 6 oz. can Lemonade .... 10 !ilfantaloupe, lb. 10