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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, Dec. 27 1907 J Earnest spent Christmas at W uitsburg. For rent -One Jenny; Inquire of G. a. Hamilton. Fine < a ?s at ('has. H. Collins & Co., $1 50 p er sack. M.ss Anna T sveeilt is home from l.er £-chjul for the vacation. L. li. Whitelock was sick the first of the week hut is now recovering. M. O. Klitten Is now living at 010 Summit Ave., Pasadena, California. Burn-To Mr. and Mrs. Geo Egbert M jnday, Dec. 23d, an eight pound son. Mrs. A. Kolh isjvlsiting her sisttr Mrs. J P Flyuu and family at North Yakima. Ed Carle Is back from work on the Portland & Seattle railway opposiu The Dalles. Specialty just now in new stationer} anl beautiful comb sets at Gallery store. Mrs. C. J. Beach has returned to Walla Walla where she will remain for some time. Miss Mary Brown who has been teaching neur Bickelton is home for the holidays. Mr and Mrs G H Morefield came over from Pendleton for Christmas at J E Shannon's. Miss Georgia Bower returned Monday evening fr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

OF T -Ricr.EARING IN TIII: MAT r H,O I'M XI. E Y liR \INAOE a- *. DISTRICT No 2 BEN t r COI"NTY, WASHINGTON, ''h'l R- Stern and Jane Doe Stern f .jA-ife. NOTICE: That the County ; of e l '" VIS filed his report and return pubL'-uie for the lots and lands and that corporate roads or railroads jnent'll be benefited by the irnprove • numbl m;i'e ai estimate of the total consto? acres to be improve 1 by the flcatiocion of said ditch "and the speci provei/' the nia.mer in which the im ■jleted "n are to be made and com ccrue 1 estimated damages that will said mcli p c of land by reason t. pr<provement, together with the ird o. • and report of same, and the Cou'ounty Commissioners of Ben ofty have fixed Monday, the 6th M-tinuary, A. D. 1908. at 10 o'clock ,s at the Court House, at Prosser, . xfington, as the time and place for Searing said report. The route of said Irulnage ditch is as follows: Beginning at a, point S. 70 deg. 50 n!n. E. of and at a distance of 028.9 feet ! rj;n the nor...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

NOTICE OF HEARING IX THE Mat TER OF THE FIN LEV HRAINvri- I>l STRICT. I»I STRICT NO - m.-v TON COCNTY. WASHINGTON To Jonathan Johnson and Jane i>,, o •'Vinson, his wife. TAKE NOTICE: That the County Engineer lias filed his report ami return o* schedule for the lots and lands and public or corporate roads or railroni« that would la benefited by the improve ment and made ; n estimate of the total number of acres to be improved bv the construction of said ditch and the speci flcation of the manner in which the im provements are to be made and com pleted the estimated damages that will accrue to each piece of land bv reason of said improvement, together with the plat, profile and report of same, and the Board of County Commissioners of Ben ton County have fixed Monday, the 6th day of January A. D. 1908. at 10 o'clock A. M at the Court House, at Prosser Washington, as the time and place for hearing said report. The route of said drainage ditch is as follows: Beginning at a point S....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

OF HEARING IN THE MAT - 4% JF THE DRAINAGE > DISTRICT NO. 2. BEN SON COI'NTY. WASHINGTON. F'o A. F. Moss and Jane Doe Moss, his ' wife.. t TAKE NOTICE: That the County Engineer has filed his report and return ni. schedule for the lots and lands and coblic or corporate roads or railroads float would be benefited by the |mpro\e pr.nt and made an estimate of thetotal oUmber of acres to be improved by tn« vostruction of said ditch {• h ? h " p ?£}' alon of the manner in which the in> t ements are to be made and c/iu ird the estimated damages I ua to each piece of land J™ „"£S'„STaV. f."VSr J a? y i.'s ? o^£ Washlnctor ' wrt ' The route of Ba,d „S5-?lch Is as follows: at a point S. 70 deg. 50 J^iKTof and at a distance of 628.9 feet jtnn the northwest -tsorner of section T. 8 N„ R. 30 E. W. M., and running thence S. 24 deg. .04 mln. W., 1461.9 .?«*•£ to a point on the west line of said > *-"snion 16, 208.6 feet south of the S. W. Jf/ *er of the N. W. % of the N. W. % yf , or al 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

ST. PAUL & TACOMA LUMBER CO. Largest Lumber Manufacturing P| ant in the World If you are contemplating building or improving your property in any way, do not fail to call on us as we are handling Everything in Building Material Fluming, Posts, Coal, Wood H. W. NELSON, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mgr. WATSON BROS. j We do a general grain f business. I Buy your sacks before I the r?. ; se. 1 kew C wlre T house Kennewick, Wash. 1 Jinnnnniv jmnnnAjTinjinnnj\njii/uiAjinA/UL/injuinnmnniuinn.uuJ A SOLACE FOR THE SICK j is the certainty that whatever medi- cineslhe doctor orders made up will \\ be compounded, in our dispensary of 1\ Pure .Drugs only, and with the utmost II I care. Long experience in buying and /1 \ mixing drugs has given us an accurate / X \ training in the compounding of med icines and general filling of prescrip for our pure drugs and extreme care in #JT New Phonographs, New Records New Cameras and Supplies THE COLUMBIA PHARMACY EDW. SHEPPARD. Proprietor 0. K. Soda Bottling...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

HOLIDAY PRICES JL Sweet Cider, per gallon 35c r Boiled Cider, quart bott'e 35; < * Cranberries, per quart - 15c Very Best Mince Meat, lb. 18c Best 25c coffee on earth, 5 lb. for $ 1 {Seeded Curtants in bulk, lb. 8c / P Pop Corn 3 lbs. for - 25c $ Palouse Spuds. Dayton Steam Rolled Barley; full 80 pcund sacks; NO SMUT. Snow Drift Flour. Ex clusive agents for Chase & Santcrn's Tea and Coffee, mg Machines for Sale and Rent. Some new dress 'nst received. newick Trading / / J ,7 .© - M n* //a. „ LO. : of thi a? ,/// ■ -4, cone // // wVoT/ , igton W.A. Hawes sputcd owne v TON COUNTY / / tqV h a Hover innjmr / /i I *nnnn/\nn/tnnjxrt/vrir\njmrvrvuanjviuvnrLp h&wtf* / jl 5 .BER YARDS 1 White Bluffs City f construction of 8 *'• ' ' C fication of the -' C . /Utlders' Materials of said J 5 &oard P of Counti"*"* J»OSTS, WOOD, COAL | t all your Building Material | . & reasonable figure. ' | drainage ditch el > ■ ■ S mlnfE"of R a*ia ffiSS, PrODS., Phone 152, Kennewic 5 from t...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

- r«5 T* NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MAT TER OF THE FINLEY DRAINAGE district, district no. 2. ron ton COUNTY, WASHINGTON. To aklma Land A De\clopment Com pany, a corporation. TAKE NOTICE: That the County Engineer has filed his report and return of schedule for the lots and lands and public or corporate roads or railroads that would be benefited by the improve ment and made an estimate of the total humber of acres to be Improved bv the construction of said ditch and the «Deci flcatlon of the manner in which the im provements are to be nu de and com pleted the estimated damages that will accrue to each piece of land by reason of said improvement, together with the plat, profile and report of same, and the Board of County Commissioners of Ben ton County have fixed Monday, the 6th day of January A. D. 1908, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court House, at Prosser Washington as the time and place for hearing said report. The route of said drainage ditch is as follows: Beginning at a point S. 70 ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

-xiMX'; ix tip; m.vi ? I*l N'ld:v I'I;MX . I *1 s'l';i< "i , 2 i ::x »V. xx'.xsii: \c-. .\\ J wt' •. • I That the Counts! /'vis lile i his report and loturnl M/■ t tic hds an ila and . ft f COl Oo 1 te 1 *1 s 1..* f 1 1 b.* be < .ite 1 by t tvAid made a . •'still.:•<•• t .*• t**f.i I v-. of ill"! (*s to i e ! |' i kCction of s i I <bt"h . iv 'i of the m .;:ier ia w .a- . -i j>;.ts are <•« p.. :< t {.-• : c .m tJic estim- ted damages th it will o each p •■ • of i.i ill*. •: jnproveinent, r r ■ t'. tie •file and report Of same, and the '"ouniv < 'ommiss!oilers IJeo -4 have 'fixed. Monday, the ti t-r.rv. A. 1). I'e/S. at I*. .'cloei. |Ie Court IP. o . at 1 V ■ « Its tie time .i . i p f. <: tet. rt. VI •■ r • • <■ > • #"h is t.s toll e.vm _ . | at a i*o:iit » * If ■ I a . dist mce of t | . " n >rt)iwest r of ■ ■ . • S X.. R. 30 !■:, W. M.. an : PT • .'. 2 t .!• :. .»i J.: .. !:| fee" to a po'nt on th" v-st ; ; • •• s , Section I.;, 2 .N.« feel. s. "hr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

NOTICE OF HEARING TX THE M VT TISR OK THK FIXEEY DR -MX \f • |.- DISTRICT. DISTRICT X<> - lii ■' v TOX COI'XTY. WASHIX I S TON To George Severftrc-c ami j;ine tine Severance, wife. TAKE NOTICE: That the County Engineer lias hied li.s ieport and return of schedule for the lots and lands and public or corporate roads or railroads that would be benefited by the improve ment and male asi estimate of the total number of acres to be improved by the construction of said ditch and the speci fication of the manner in which the im provements are to be made and com pleted the estimated damages that will accrue to each piece of laud bv reason of said improvement, together with the plat, profile aaJ report of same, and the Board of County Commissioners of Ben ton County have fixed Monday, the 6th day of January, A. D. 1908, at 10 o'clock A. M.. at the Court House,, at Prosser Washington, as the tirr.e and place for hearing said report. Ihe route of said drainage ditch is as follows: Beginn...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

)TICE OF HEARING IN THE MAT TER OF THE FINI-EY DRAIN *<:'• k 1 >ISTRI<"T. DISTRICT NO. 2. BEN ' TON C'TNTY. WASHINGTON. To Henry B. Williams and Jane Doe 'Vinismifl. hip wife. / TAKE NOTICE: That the County . J Engineer has filed his report ami return f ot schedule for the lots and lands and S public or corporate roads or railroads that would be benefited by the improve ment and made an estimate of the total of acres to be improved by Jhe , M xmstruction of said ditch and the speci fication of the manner in which the im provements are to bo made and com pleted the estimated damages that will accrue to each piece of land by reason of said improvement, together with the >lat, profile and report of same, and the Soard of County Commissioners of Ben son County have fixed Monday, the 6th day of January, A. D. 1908, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court House, at Prosser, Washington, as the time and place for hearing said report. The route of said drainage ditch is as follows: Beg...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

NOTICE OF HEAn:.VO IN THE MAT TER OF THE KIN LEV 1)UAI NA < DlSTlf'l'T. I>lstKH'T NO. 2 HK\ TON "Ot'.N'Ty WASHINGTON To Elizabeth Warner am] l>oe Warner, her husband. TAKE NOTICE: That the County Englneei has filed his report and return c t schedule for the lots and lands and public or' corporate rials or railroads that would be benefited by the Improve ment and made an estimate of the total number of acres to be improved bv the construction of said ditch and the speci fication of the manner in which the im provements are to be made and com pleted the estimated damages that will accrue to each piece of laml , )y reas ' u of sain 'inprovement, together with tin plat, profile and report of s;ttne, ;md the Board ot C ounty Commissioners of Ben ton County have fi x -d Mom'av, the 6th day of January a. ]). 19oS. at'lo o'clock iv a 5 Court House, at Prosser Washington, as the time and place for hearing said report. The route of said drainage ditch is as follows- Beginning at a po...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 December 1907

HANSON and RICH A A N Hurrah for Kennewick! N — -j == S "Straws show the way the wind etc." S Q O. A. FECHTKB, PIN. ClIAi. iISATB, CAMIM O 8. S. Mead. v. vumm, . K. *• Ammx. ca»h. ]SJ YAKIMA VALLEY BANK N CAPITAL STOCK •ta.OOO No. Yakima, Wash , Dec 6, 1907 Si Hanson-Rich Investment Co., Kennewick, Wash., U Gentlemen:—'We take pleasure In advising you that j the sales of land made by you for us since the 21st 1 CI day of October last, aggregate more thau $25,000, u and we beg to congratulate you upon till* excellent R showing, which not only speaks well of your enter- D prise and your methods, but of the flourishing con ditions existing lu the town of Kennewick as well. 1 Yours truly, J ' OAF—SVE FKCHTUR A RUDXIN. c C HANSON and RICH O. D- 9WANBON J-1. TRKBKNRITER keintnewick: DRAY LINE TRANSFER & DELIVERY FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY ALT. OIIOKR- PROMI-TLY PRO N E 843 AT'I'KN OKD TO lOHM <HWWWPWWW W IHWWPHOTBPm'WMniI»g3gBg»g3g»g Bgas ■The fthop HAS BEEN PURCHASED B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 January 1908

The Kennewick Courier iVPL. VI. NO. 37 Break Canal Record Northern Pacific Engineers Move More Material During October Workers on Isthmus. MiN'h has been said recently as to what >s being done by the Govern ment on the Isthmus of Panama in the construction of the canal, and jin an article which appeared a short |while Ago in the literary Digest un der th<| caption, "Outdoing Expect atioii* aVManama," the writer re ferred, with a gtfoi deal of proper pride, to the fait that 1,808,729 cubic yards of material had been moved during the rlonth of October. This was, without Aubt, a credit to American ability and methods, and while the^Writer of the article looked upon it as re presenting a stupendous task and an unusual amount of excavation, it is not so if one stops to measure the feat by similar feats performed on some American railways in these days of grade revision ahd general reconstruction. The reader need not go far from home to learn that during exactly the same period the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 January 1908

rn uinnnnivv vuinixrtniiriruvuvnniUinnn/uvrm/uvnnninjuTrLrLrLri/^^ Car News this Week § . 3 | Unloading another car of Oats jj | Fancy Grade; Price is Right J 1 Coming, Due to Arrive in a few 1 J Days, a car each of \ Fancy Cheney Apples! I Burbank Potatoes I | Cheney Apples took the First Prize at the Spokane | Fair this year and we bought the orchard that pro- § S duced the Prize winners. See them. Eating apples 5 ? that cannot be excelled. 2 | \ou can get everything in Feed and Poultry Supplies S [CHfIS. H. COLLINS CO. BirunnAruinniinnAnn/um/Kvruuuuvuunjuuuuuuvuuutnruuuuuu' WO Just Received! One car of wire, which pre pares us to take care of your wants in the following items: \ Nails of all kinds \ f Barb Wire f Smooth Wire ♦ Poultry Netting » American woven wire Fence •JWe can also take care of your wants in all kinds of Hardware, Furniture, Im plements and Undertaking, H. A. HOWE Right Goods at Right Prices "The year 1907 is past and 1908 is here to take its place. While we ap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 January 1908

<: V|V n N'(. I! V ,• j,,, ~, T v ™<r.Y r.KAix\r?r T'l.siUirr. !>, s i'ii ICT xo - i: v n- j COIN'TV. \Y A > 111 X<;'ro\ i.is Jre ° w an ' l I,,je - vr °°^ TAKE XOTTCE: That the "ourr Engineer I is (tied hi or jcbewi. r ;' V public or corp >rate i is m : by the topr^ve constriction of said ditch a- i' »i!e erove°n'.-L th « ,n '!' m V r in the im- V to be mi - ani cum -1 the estimate 1 dans:-.•-;(.•» that vill r "fi 1 ? r" , r'-asor oi said improvement, tog.-ther v-ith ti , Plat, proii:,, a:, i i mport of sime. an 1 tile Board of < aunty Commissioners of Ben ton County have fix,-1 Mr.ndav the <th A ly J V t "IV lry % A - 3: " ,s ' at'in o'clock t ' :rt Houh< -- -'it Prossi-r. h,4r ;,S lhe thv? ° an ' s place for h ..i ins said report. The route of «aid drainage ditch is as follows: i>egiii.urg at a point S. 70 de~ 50 rim. iO of and it a di.sl.vice of 628.-7 feet f '-". northwsfet corner of section t- ® N -«- f® w - : ' 1 - a " 1 running t" ■i< e b. _4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 January 1908

/| RESOLVED- W THAT IT BEATS THE BAND / / —s WHAT VE CAN Do WITH OUR. 1 / I MONEY BY GOOD JUDGMENT fW ( {*)) J AND MANAGEMENT IFWEGO fl/^^^ R K LAC£ - WHERE m 5 frBEATSTREOAf/Q CoPrßiCrtTiW.ey-mt bvstzr a KOWNCO. CM ICA«>O. " WHY DoE.S ONE PLACE BECOME THE RIGHT PLACE? THAT IS .SIMPLE: BECAUSE AT THAT PLACE THEY TREAT PEOPLE RIGHT. HoW? BY GIVING GOOD GOOD.S FOR THE MONEY THEY GET. THE GOOD.S WE .SELL ARE GOOD, BETTER BE-ST NEVER TRASH. WHATEVER PRICE WE MAY CHARGE YOU, YOU MAY DEPEND UPON IT THAT YOU WiLL AT LEAST GET .SOMETHING GOOD. YOU CAN No MORE AFFORD To WEAR POOR CLOTHED THAN WE CAN AFFORD TO .SELL THEM. IF WE -SELL POOR CLOTHED IT WILL HURT OUR RE PUTATION; IF YOU WEAR POOR CLOTHE.S IT WILL HURT YOUR REPUTATION. DID YOU EVER THINK ABOUT THE VALUE OF WHAT OTHERS THINK OF YOU? RESPECTFULLY, SCOTT & CO. 01/rriTTER-5 FOR MEN. KENNEWICK uu uoinjiruxrinjxriruxnxuuTJxanxiraijaruarinJxnnjijmnnjTJxrLnvrLrrLrL^ f NEW LUMBER YARDS j f at Hanford and White Biuffs City § j Lumber...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 January 1908

ST. PAUL & TACOMA LUMBER CO. Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant in the World If you are contemplating building or improving your property in any way, do not fail to call on us as we are handling Everything in Building Material Fluming, Posts, Coal, Wood H. W. NELSON, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mgr. 'JxnjxruuirurinrirvruirxxrLp WATSON BROS, j We do a general grain f business. ! Buy your sacks before 1 the raise. j OFFICE IN THE T » • 1 i r i 5 NEW WAREHOUSE vV £iSh. I uxruin/uvv jTJTJxrinnjij'rjrrmnjTrixiiJTruxrLnjTruLnxi^^ A SOLACE FOR ©i -,\ THE SICK 7*._ '^I^,'lf «r3 PfV--'1 is the certainty that whatever medi- ItyWfcj] cines the doctor orders made up will 1 w be compounded in our dispensary of 1 I Pure Drugs only, and with the utmost J •«! i*jr^r">-I care. Long experience in buying and 11 Nr^—j V' - '/i&Ssf' \ mixing drugs has given us an accurate [(vsw \ V tS»A ; training in the compounding of mtd papiy j icines and general filling of prescrip tions. And we do not ask high...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 January 1908

NOTICE Ol? HfcAltlNG IN THE MAT TER OF THE FINLEY DRAINAGE DISTRICT. DISTRICT NO. 2. BEN TON COUNTY. WASHINGTON. To George F. Carr, and Jane Doe Carr. his wife. TAKE NOTICE; That the County Engineer has file.l hi« report end return of schedule for the lots and lands and public or corporate roads or railroads that would be benefited by the Improve ment and made an estimate of the total number of acres to be improved by the construction of said ditch and the speci fication of the manner In which the im provements are to be made and com pleted the estimated damages that will accrue to each piece of land by reason of said improvement, together with the plat, profile and report of same, and the Bjard of County Commissioners of Ben ton County have fixed Monday, the 6th day of January. A. D. 1908, at 10 o'clock A. M.. at the Court House, at Prosser, Washington, as the time and place for hearing said report. The route of said drainage ditch Is as follows: Beginning at a point S. 70 deg. 50 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 January 1908

THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, Jan. 3,1908 Miss Mabel Johnston Is visi iug in "Walla Walla. Mrs. S. Simard is now stopping at Freewater, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hansen came down from Spokane Saturday even ing for a short stay. Mrs. M. W. Smith and daughter are at Wnitsburg visiting relative?. B\ttorney B. E McGregor was in town Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Sweet and Walter are iu Seattle visiting Mr. aiy l Mrs. K. A. Rose. Mrs. E. D. Ellis and children re turned Tuesday from Itosaliu where they spent Christmas. Miss Matilda Hunt, of Saleun, Ore gon is vi-iting her uncle, W. R. Anion and fam y. W. I). Schutt, prosecuting attor ney of Franklin county, is in town today on legal business. Most of the adverti.-ers are busy lnvo'cing this week. Their ads. will receive more attention next week. Scott Henderson, a Walla Walla newspaper mm, was in town the first of the week looking over the local newspaper f eld. Come and see our fine grade of Ladies' and Children's hose. New stock. B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 January 1908

The Hanson-Rich Investment Co., rlf desire to express HI appreciation of any patronage you may have given them in the real estate and in surance business and to thank you for the countless number of kind words said of them, and to convey to you all the compliments of the season. KOTJOK TO CREDITORS Iu th*. **ipr/ior Court of the State of Washlngtou In and for theCouuty of Hriiion, iu ih»- matter of the estate of Robert Grange, Deceased. Notice 1* liw hy aci ven that letters t>f admlni*iration witu the will ann exed on the estate of Robert Grange Deceased, w*re Granted to the under signed on Nov. Hit A. D. 1907, by the above named Superior Court. Ail person* having claims against paid estate are required to pregent them with the necessary vouchers, to me at kennewlck Washington within one year from the date of this notice or they shall be forever tuirred. listed at Kannewlck Washington this 27th day of December A D 1907. UEMBT D SWKBT Administrator MOTJO* or IX A KINO Iu the Siatt...

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