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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 March 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 47 RIVER BOATS WILL SAVE KEN NEWICKTHOUSANDS (FROM THEORKGON JOURNAL ) Kennewick, the enterprising 1 'stling little city on the banks of the Columbia, has subscribed the sum of $3,000 for the purpose of assisting in the building of a fleet of steamers that will operate between that section of the country and Celilo, connecting with the portage road and the steamers of the Open River Transportation company. The question has been asked why Kennewick supplied with rail facil ities has raised this amount for stock in new steamers. The answer is they believe the operation of steamers will prove a regulator in the matter of rates as it has done on all navigable waterways. Statistics recently compiled showing the amount of business handled by the merehantsof Ken newick are as follows: During the year 1907 there were received at the Northern Pacific depot 500 cars of freight. In addition to this there wers 3,364 tons received in less than carload lots. Of ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 March 1908

White's Rotary Sewing Machine We have accepted the agency for White's Rotary Sewing Machine, the best in tlie World, and have a large number of these machines in stock. We would be glad to show you their superior mechanism and acquaint you with their advantages. There is no better machine than "White's Rotary, in dura bility, ease of operation and variety of sewing work it will do with rapidity and no bother. The users are the best advertisers. You will be interested in the tine adjustments of the mechanical working parts of this machine whether you want to buy or not. Let us show you. Earnest & Smith Complete House Furnishers The Store that Saves You Money Finest Line of hosiery in the City! New and Up-to-date Waists Oxfords, the latest styles Dry Goods, from a new dress to a Hair Ribbon E. G. !• AIRES NEW LUMBER YARDS at Hanford and White Bluffs City Lumber, Builders' Materials FLUMING, POSTS, We will be able to furnish all your Building Material at a reasonable figure. JOHNSO...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 March 1908

Fuel Consumers, Attention We have the following high grade coals on hand at prices that you can't overlook. Carbonado Lump $9.00 per ton Fulton Nut 7.00 " " Black Diamond, M. R. 7.00 " " Summit Coal 7.50 " " Wingate or Carbonado Steam 7.00 " " Wood, from $6 to $8 per cord St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. E. L. REEDER, Casliicr A. L. NORTON, Mgr. 0. K. Soda Bottling Works All Kinds of Soft Drinks DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE Patronize Home Industry All Goods Guaranteed GEO. C. FENDLER, Prop. KENNEWICK Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. PHONE went up, but get even with the _ . company by using your phone lvA 1 lli»J often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 for your groceries. All goods fresh. KOLBS IN CASE OF ACCIDENT Yob may want Liniment and Bandage*, medi cines. etc., in a hurry. You can't be in too great a hurry for ut, for we are used to putting up prescriptions and supply...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 March 1908

New Bakery Now Open We are carrying a full line of all kinds of fancy pastry: cakes, pies, cream puff 's, etc. Fresh Bread Baked Daily We have a fine line of fresh candies: also home-made and make specialty of fancy * bon botis. Special orders for ban uets and suppers given prompt and careful attention. REEVES* BAKERY IIINIIEWjL (TRADE-MARK REGISTERED THE GENUINE IMF J MK&Ofc I RON BREW « iin BEARS THIS REGISTERED afe NAME AND TRADE MARK aßgPj><&?.ffJßMfci? ON THE LABEL f OF EACH BOTTLE. ALL OTH ERS ARE SPURIOUS IMITATIONS "|RONBREW" THE most delicious healthful a IHVIBORATINO NON-INTOKICATIN9 SCVERAGE IN CXISTCHQE, Manutacturea oy O. K. SODA BOTTLING WORKS Kcnncvvick jf> Washington Need Some Seed? We sell seeds that grow. THE CHAS. H. COLLINS CD. Distributers fCennewick, Wash. A Full-Sized Complete Range at $31.00 AND OTHERS UP TO 569.5G WILL NOT CRACK. RUST OR CRYSTALLIZE Call and see our Slock of Orchard Cultivators and Reveisable extensible Discs. I and 2 horse ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 March 1908

The STETSON JWIANDOLINS, Banjos IVI anc J Guitars are the best instruments of the kind on the market. They possess a tone of a sweet soft char?dter; yet with a remarkable carrying power, making it possible to dete& the tone of a Stetson in any Mandolin Club. Fin ish and workmanship is also of a high Standard of the high est degree of perfection. tffl Before you buy an inJtrument call and tfTT " imped the line of 'STETSONS' at Ml L R. WHITELOCK Jeweler - - Optician THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, Mar. 13,1908 Try a sack of Yakima Best. Try Wilson, the new butcher. Dements Best Flour $1 40 at Fuller's Candies and fruits at the Ken newick Club. A SNAP in Axmini.-ter 9x 12 Rugs at Howe's Hardware. Born—Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Hart at Richlam 1 , a son. Chas. Conway made a business trip to Tacoma this week. Its up to you; Fuller sets the price this week 16 lbs sugar $1.00. Seed Potatoes of all kinds $1.40 percwt. Hamilton Supply Co. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Neel, Saturday, March 7th, a daug...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 March 1908

HAPPENINGS AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL TP LIT.L LIVES HAVE REACHED CAPACITY—PRESIDENT WILL AID THE CATTLEMEN. Tariff Revision Is Agreed Upon— Few Japs Enter United States This Year—Other News. Argument of the Pacific Coast Lumber case was resumed before the Interstate Commerce Commission and J. D. Kerr, representing the Hill roads, frankly stated that the North ern Pacific and Great Northern have reached their capacity for handling traffic. He said as the development of the Northwest continued, traffic would grow. Therefore existing roads must increase their capacity or new roads must be built, but he declared no new roads would be built to haul lumber unless they had a Kuaranten of a rate that would be remunerative. If the old non-com pensatory lumber rate is continued in effect, money cannot be procured and railroad building will stop, he said. Kerr denied that the lumbar men would be injured by an in crease in the rate They can ab sorb the increase and still make a handsome prof.', h...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 March 1908

uuuwnnnnnwvnng WATSON BROS. I I Grain & Feed Kennewick, p B Washington 5 awuuu^uumnnnnnn,^^ MAKE YOUR OWN STOCK FOODS BY UGiNG THE SKIDOO HORSE AND CATTLE TABLETS Crush and mix in feed or salt. Proper dose in tablets MAKES YOUR STOCK LOOK LIKE THE TOP PRICE Tablets, Wo icken Cho 1 era 6 81 ist e H f ° r a " d try once_SKlDO ° Condition Spavin Cure. Barb Wire Li.™,.,, K „ k i yt , *"*"• NOTICE! The Regisieml Thorough bred Dur >c Jersey l-oar BUSTER BROWN NO. 73.879 will make t l ie sea on at mv place oil N <b Hill,Kennewick This boar is pedigreod sirrd tu whit.'* bu„« r by Gold»,<*iH; Aide wood uinen. His dam wh» Duektt »ir«d by ( aptain Bmpe „, JU dam Suuiiysica Bei ie - Service $1.00 H. E. brown OUR MOTTO NO FIT. NO SALE" Just Arrived! FINE SELECTION A of Worsteds, Serge Suitings, Novelties. Special trouserings and fancy vests in stock. Give us a call and get the latest. Yours for business, Tailor and Draper Jno. Theo. DeGork G A Lundy & Co, Offer for Sale 10 ACRES...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 March 1908

New Spring Millinery Our Millinery section makes a strong c laim to be the Emporium of Fashion. Hats modeled after the most accepted styles of French and New York styles have'theii ini ial showing here this season. Our millinery buyer is an experton stylesand Ladies may feel assured that any Hat shown is the exact counterpart of Dame Fashion's latest decree. The 1< w prices are pleasing t) the most ec. r.o meal buyer and care is taken to suit the m< st exacting. Hosiery for the Family We have built up an enviable reputation (or telling the best val ues in HOSIERY. Our leader is the "BLACK CAT* brand. This make, without doubt, deserves all the praises bestowed upon it. They are made of a longer libre than moA other brands This in sures wearing qualiy that shcrt fibres don't possess. You will have less mending and less worry if you always ask for "BLACK CAT' Hosiery Silk Petticoats We cany a handsome line of Silk and Ilentlier bloom, to black and all colore, You must see these p...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 March 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 48 FROST PROTECTION Alethods Followed in California. Frost Alarm-Temperature Tab!e. One of the greatest, if not ih« greatest, losses to the fruit groweu in California is caused by frost. The term frostless belt is some timt's applied to certain sections ol California, but experience has shown th it there is no frostless belt witliit the confines of this state. Various means of preventing frosl damage to citrus and deciduous fruits have been tried throughout the fruit growing district of the state for many years, but the ad vent of extensive production of crude oil in California has marked a new epoc in the history of frost fighting, and affords a cheap and very practical safeguard against frost damage. Mr. A. M. Lathum of Blue Grove, Texas, says that: Saving fruit crops on the approach of frosts is of ancient origin. We find that the practice was iecom inended in the sixteenth century, and in Wurtemburg in 1796 the men were divided into companies o...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 March 1908

S W C, 5 ¥ 2 aWkV 3 iHliVsi^ 'The Best of Everything | at flro &ipw RskprV % cii li iV; vf il/OsVCi v J ft ■q^ TIV (Wi f (trrtjin<J a jV- // line < f ail kinds of faurif /icsfr/j:e."!iC>:. j;.'c.<. acini /jjfj)etc. J Fresh Hi cud I'akrd kail// *V ®L IT Vha re a jin r Hne <f / / vv>7/ at nd/es : also home-made- end make specially of fancy hon bons. <t Special orders fur !<nit>iie{s and snp])ei's giren prompt and careful attention. REEVES' BAKERY § I Rl 0 Hi S SH E (TRADE-MARK REGISTERED 8 N'~ V THE GENUiME ,- /f I RON BREW tm ipigSg BEARS THIS REGISTERED *-®4 : J^SKS NAME ANDTRAD*7. MARK W; ''' OF EACH BOTTLE. '^?SP§J" ALL OTH EKS ARE SpyRiOUSIMTfATIOWS "IRONBREW ~THE m ost delicious healthfuls, invigorating mom jntoxicatinc BtvCRAGC IN EXISTENCE, Manufactured oy O. K. SODA BO 1 FLING WORKS Kennev/ick •< Washington Need Some Seed? We sell seeds that grew. THE CHAS. H. COLLINS CO. Distributers Kernewick, - - - Wash. Wi \ Full-Sized Range at $31.00 j||...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 March 1908

Fuel Consumers, Attention We have the following' high grade coals on hand at prices that you can't overlook. Carbonado Lump $9.00 per ton Fulton Nut 7.00 " " Black Diamond, M. R. 7.00 " " Summit Coal 7.50 " " Wingate or Carbonado Steam 7.00 " " Wood, from $6 to $8 per cord St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. E. L. REEDER, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mgr. O. . Soda Bottling Works All Kinds of Soft Drinks DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE Patronize Home Industry All Goods Guaranteed GEO. C. FENDLER, Prop. KENNEWICK 1 Kennewick Transfer Co. f 2 Livery and Feed Stable f % Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. 1 ? Prompt and Satisfactory Service. | In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. 0 <8 512 512 512 N PHONE went up, but get even with the Qj company by using your phone 1 EiiJ often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 for your groceries. All goods fresh. KOLBS K 512 512 512 IN CASE OF ijES? ACCIDENT You may want Liniment and Bandages, medi cine*, etc., in a hurry. You can't be in too great jtj/ vm a hurry for...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 March 1908

rp 1 White's Rotary We have accepted the agency for White's Rotary Sewing Machine, the best in the World, and have a large number of these machines in stock. We would be glad to show you their superior mechanism and acquaint you with their advantages. There is no better machine than "White's Rotary, in dura bility, ease of operation and variety of sewing work it will do with rapidity and no bother. The users are the best advertisers. You will be interested in the fine adjust ments of the mechanical working parts of this machine whether vou want to buv or not. Let us show vou. Earnest & Smith Complete House Furnishers The Store that Saves You Money ltutltu uu uu j uxrLruvuxn. jxrumrui/mn/ui/vinnnnnruinnnnnnjxrimnjnn^ | NEW LUMBER YARDS! f at Hanford and White Bluffs City f | Lumbar, Builders' Materials \ I FLUMING, POSTS, i | We will be able to furnish all your Building Material 2 | at a reasonable figure* | I JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewlc | axruinnixruinivixaii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 March 1908

VICTOR Nothing has done so much to elevate the liople in a musiral line as Je phonagraph, and the jfjCTOR doing more Inan any other because it the best phonograph in ■{he world* & j* large selection of VIC TOR records, including thase from most of the pand opera singers. J. RECORDS range in 11 price from 35 cents up _4E & to 15.00 J* For Sale by UWHITELOCK IHB LOCAL FIELD Friday, Mar. 20,1908 jryasack of Yakima Best. ]rj Wilson, the new butcher. jear Melba sing at Wliitelock's. lements Best Flour $1 40 at Fuller's jndleß and fruits at the Ken »lck Club. iew Pianos arriving at Whitelock's. Asparagus roots for sale. Nelson Williams. SeeJPotatoes of all kinds $1 40 per • til. Hamilton Supply Co. J, N, a. McPhee, the blacksmith. I if occupy the Armstrong house. lode Island Red eggs for sale. $1 Ijerietting. R Simmons, Sec. 7. Come in and look at the Pianos at fhltelocks and make your own win*. ! Specialty just now in new stationery tsd beautiful comb sets at Photograph uilery st...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 March 1908

X NOTICE! \ Zk The Registert-d Thorough- Zfci 7k bred J«rs«*v I oar X BUSTER BROWN 7? NO. 73,879 will make the »ei on at my L j place oa N ibHill.K.t'Qiiewick LI, Ik Thl» boar la pedlgrraJ. »irrd by Cm whiU'i Ituiiir by Uuldilutie; d*ui CWk Aldrwood' Quaeii. Hit dam was C\ yS Ducket aired by laplaln Suij.e end Cm dam Bunny*ice Belie -7 k Srrvicb 91.00 H. B. brown 7 k The k'ennewick Machine Shop HAS BEEN PURCHASED BY THE KENNEWICK ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. AND IS NOW PREPARED TO DO All Kinds of Electrical and Mechanical Work Phone 762 NIEBEL & COULSON,, Props. Takeoff your Hat (your winter one) to the New Spring Millinery: The spring hats are distinctly smart and what's better very generally becoming styles are modified from the extreme fash ions of the winter and you'll find the result most pleasing. Jls! the hat to set off that new spring hat of yours is here we're sure. If you buy now you have tke advantage of choice from a complete spring stock and .the full season's wearing. Sprin...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 March 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 49 Schleicher on Grape Growing. Foreign and Home Varieties Yield ed a Net Profit of $300 Per Acre Average for 10 Years. "My best selling grapes are the Flame Tokay, White Malaga, Ham monia and Black Cornichon.' Each vine produces 15 to 17 pounds year in and year out. These are packed in crates of 24 pounds. I have a ready market for all I can raise. Some vari eties keep well and about Christinas time net the grower $1 25 to SI 50 per crate. The returns amount to about «475 per acre under ordinary condi tions. 1 estimate the expense of rais ing and packing at $75, ho that the usual actual profits per acre are a bout $4uo. For ten years this vine yard has paid me net over $300 per acre on the average. 1 make con siderable wine each year. It ig my opinion that if more people would go Into grape culture in this valley our market facilities would receive better prices. There Is no doubt here any more thai the growing of the foreign grapes is au unqualif...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 March 1908

% OURGOODSSATISFY Wherever thev are used. Wo cater to both ! restaurant and home trade. < >ur largo trade | jjk f«»r tho month we have boon in business 3jj liero proves that the public colliders Our JJQ* Bakery prod nets good. We will continue jp to merit yt»ur patronage by quality and variety of pastry we we turn out. | I FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY S£! Our Home=Made Candies Are Delicious mC \ 5- REEVES' BAKERY | IRONBREWjL (TRADE-MARK REGISTERED Iftf TH El GEN UINE SET lH^tt IRONBREW • |« v jJPEgK BEARS THIS REGISTERED NAME ANDTR\DE MARK ON THE LABEL OF EACH 3OTTLE. ALL OTHERS ARE SPURIOUS IMimTIOWS u |RONBREtV" THe MOST delicious healthfula> IH VIGOR ATI mg non-intoxicating BEVERAGE IN EXICiTENCt, Manufactured by O. K- SODA BOTTLING WORKS Kennewick J- Washington Hp] Jsf 1-CARS-l Of fancy SEED Potatoes, including some of the finefl Burbanks you ever saw. ' See Our Stock before You Buy ft—CARH—St • j Of FEED coming within the week. YOUR TRADE SOLICITED. THE CHAS. H. COLLINS CO. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 March 1908

Linoleum WE have a large stock of Linoleums on hands which we want to cut down and our only way is to make a low price. The quotations are for cash: A square yard of the best grade Inlaid Linoleum, d* 1 regular price $1.65; cut to JS | A ftjiiare yard of the B grade Inlaid Linoleum, regu lar price $1.50; cut to J[ A square yard of the C grade Inlaid Linoleum, regu- /\ P* lar price $1.25 cut to £ II A square yard of Print Linoleum, lti-4 D grade, regu- S Q lar price 80 cents; cut to ° Qq£ A square yard os 8-4 E grade Print Linoleum, regular "1 price (io cents; cut to £ This sale will last two weeks, po if you are in need of a Lin- oleum don't miss this for it will be the cheapest this year. Earnest & Smith Complete House Furnishers ltuuu AAnniuuuvririAfuinnAnA/uuuuiAAniuuuuui/uuuinuun/ifl NEW LUMBER YARDS I | at Hanford and White Bluffs City | j Lumber, Builders' Materials j | FLUMING, POSTS, 1 ? We will be able to furnish all your Building Material 1 | at a reasonable figure. 5 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 March 1908

Tried and True THE pioneer yard of the city, established when Kennewick was an infant. Courteous treat ment and right prices have secured for us an ever increasing trade. We solicit your business. St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Phone 232 A. L. NORTON, Mgr. W. J. EAKIN - Real Estate BARGAINS in Raw Irrigated Lands at $ 125 per Acre. I own some choice City Lots which I am offering at Bargain Pric«s. 5 Acre Tract well improved. 1 mile from town. $22G0. Terms. - Front Street, KENNEWICK. Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. 512 512 512 0* PHONE went up, but get even with the Qj i~V a i i company by using your phone H RATIOS often Get the Habit. 512 H Call up 512 fo your groceries. All goods fresh. KOLBS 512 512 512 IN CASE OF ACCIDENT You may want Liniment and Bandages, medi- /jffl j I. cine*, etc., in a hmrry.. You can't be in too great kjf \ W a hurry for us. lor we are us...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 March 1908

efhe VICTOR Nobody questions but the VIC OR is a good machine, and few leople question but it is the be& ipon the market. Now you can have one of these oachines in your home by paying i small amount down and one lollar per week till paid for. A irge stock of records always on land. L. R. Whitelock THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, Mar. 27,1908 Try a sack of Yakima Best. Try Wilson, the new butcher. Try Whitelock on sheet music. PiAuos on easy terms at White lock's. Mrs. M. E. Staley is clerking at full's store. Candies and fruits at the Ken new ick Club. Buy some of that $6.00 coal at the St. Paul yard. C. A. Lundy was In Spokane on business Monday. Pure Bred Plymouth Rock Eggs ?scts. for 15. E. Smith, Phone 862. WANTED—At Kolb's Grocery; a good, strong boy for delivery wagon. Seed Potatoes of ill kinds $1 40 per ewt. Hami ton Supply Co. Rhode Island Ret eggs for sale. $1 per setting. R. Simmons, Sec. 7. Special snle on llneoleuras at Ear nest & Sicith's. See prices in their ad. Oir m...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 March 1908

NOTICE! The Registered Thorough bred Duroc Jersey I oar BUSTER BROWN NO. 73.879 will make the pea on at rny place on N b Hili,K« unewick Thin hour in pedigreed, sirrd by whits'* Huster by Unldston. ; dam Aldew od' ljueen. His dam was Ducket sired by captain Snipe ttnd dam Suunyitice Itelie -Bkrvick»l 00 H. E. BROWN The Kennewick Machine Shop HAS HERN ITRTHAHED HY THE KENNEWICK ELECTR'C SUPPLY CO. AND IH NOW I'HKPAHED TO DO AH Kinds of Electrical and Mechanical Work Phone 762 NIEBEL & COULSON, Props. Take off your Hat (your winter one) to the New Spring Millinery: The spring hats are distinctly smart and what's better \ery generally becoming styles are modified from the extreme fash ions Oi the winter and you'll ffnd the result most pleasing. Just the hat to set off that new spring hat of yours is here W£*re sure. If you buy now you have tke advantage of choice from a complete spring stock and the full season's wearing. Spring Qpensng next week 19, 20 and 21st of March. ' MISS LA...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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