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

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. fO Congressman Jones' Letter A Dignified Statement of Position and Requester Support Following Is a cirtular letter which Congressman Wesley L. Jones has sent to the newspaper editors of the state: " Wellington, D. C. "Dear sir: The Bepub'ieans of the Btate of Washington wi 1 soon be called upon to express their choice for United States senator. This is one of the most Important positions lu the gift of the people. It is especi ally Important to a great state like Washington with Its vast and wonderful resources and its bound less possibilities. Its Interest in na tional legislation 1* very great and deserves the most careful attention. Tue man selected for the high honor of representing such a state as sen ator should be selected not as a per sonal favor to himself but for the best interests of the state. The in terests of the state and the people should be the first and highest cou -8 deration. The personal ambitious of any man should have but li...

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. — 3 April 1908

:| OUROOODSSATISFY § Wherever they are used. We eater to l>oth restaurant and home trade. Our large trade *3§| for the month we have been in lousiness he're proves that the public considers Our Bakery products good. We will continue to merit your patronage by quality and variety of pastry we we turn out. FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY S£ Our Home-Made Candies Are Delicious t REEVES' BKAERY | School Report for Month Ending March 2,1908. Enrollment Attendance Alienee Average Miss Mayne, Primary 52 80 5 44 Miss Lettcb, Ist Grade 50 , 487 ->4 Miss Jackson. 2nd Grade 85 549 48 '_>y Miss Lampheer, 3d Grade 46 612 35 3— Miss Boyd, 4th Grade 42 35.5 :i2 Miss Lynn, sth Grade 35 622 34 32 Miss Anderson, 6th Grade 27 430 19 21 Miss Harris, 7th Grade 28 24 19 Miss Vaughn, Bth Grade 32 850 22 25 High School, 61 , 652 51 Totals. >408 5254 375 314 Grandyhw. Winter w befit looks fine. •Spring seeding Is about completed. The feathered minstrels are with us again—harbingers of spring. The heaviest...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 April 1908

Tried and True A I aHE pioneer yard of J- the city, established vhen Kennewick was an hfant. Courteous treat ment and right prices lave secured for us an «ver increasing trade. Ne solicit your business. St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Phone! 32 - A. L. NORTON, Mgr. W. J. EAKIN - Real Estate BARGANS in Raw Irrigated Lands at $ 12"> per Acre. I own soik choice City Lots which I am offering at Bargain Prices. 5 Acre Txt well improved. I mile from town. $2200. Terms. OFFICE:Eakin Building, tx Front Street, KENNEWICK. I Kennewick Transfer Co. j | Livery and Feed Stabie { • Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. I Prompt and Satisfactory Service. $ In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. < <§> <§) 51 512 512 0\ PHONE went up, but get with the a i 1 ik 1 » coirtpany by using your phone rH l\/\ 1 IL.O often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 foi your groceries. All goods fresh. ® KOLBS H 512 512 512 X NOTICE! V Zfc The Registered Thorough- Ch' 7 k bred Duroc Jersay • oar J BUSTERI BROW...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 April 1908

uxnju vru ui»njißruirum;mru\jmnjinjvumruinnnnJvuimiruv\rLnuu/vap | NEW LUMBER YARDS 1 | at Hanford and White Bluffs City | 1 Lumber, Builders' Materials I 1 FLUMING, POSTS, I | We will be able to furnish all your Building Material 5 | at a reasonable figure. 5 i JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone IS2, Kennewic | mmvnjmnnjxrurijinnjiruxruTJxnjinririJinrinjxruxrmixrumruu.rinjmrLrLrin trb ACCURACY " xfa in compounding prescriptions com- -2*- bined with the purity of all our W ~ DRUGS Las given us an enviable reputation /X"! llvS^l with a long li& of patrons. If you Cj i I u j\~ want satisfaction in the line of "^7s^l Drugs or Patent Medicrnes, give . jl l , J us a trial. COLUMBIA PHARMACY '[j^E^ggsa^T Edward Sheppard, Prop. 1-S-J CITY MEAT MARKET FRESH AND SALT MEATS. HAMS, BACON AND LARD POULTRY DRESSED TO ORDER Phone 392 F. M. WILSON, Prop. WHiI | iIIIHIIIHWWIIPHBIFiiIiMIMTFTTi^ITIBf^i?ffTI , '""" B,aßilßMSiagwßiaßiaCiiaßiß: SSSS {| O. D. SWANSON J.I. TREBBNRITEH | KENNEWICK I DRA...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 April 1908

WATSON BROS. Grain & Feed Kennewick, Washington MAKE YOUR OWN STOCK FOODS BY USING 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 Tabled Worm Chop Feed or Bran. Ask for and try once—SKIDOO Condition Spavin A ?w HeaVe ' Fever ' Ho * Cholera tablets. Louse Powder. Pure. Barb Wire Liniment, Pink Eye. Distemper, CoUc o>- Bone Stiffener Tablets. SPRING IS HERE f And so is our Line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods i Silk Mosssellne Arnold's Dotted Batiste | Toulon Silk Puris Organdie \ Silk Novelty Luresne Tissue Gf Coronation Silk Sursee Plumetis 1 Suealne Silk Drapde Liude Silk Pongette puis de Soie j Silk Stripe Voile Koto Pongee £ —Hanging in Prices— K FROM 15c TO 45c PER YARD \ EXAMINE BEFORE YOU BUY V G ■~FAIREs| C. A. Lundy & Co, Offer for Sale 10 ACRES in Section 17, sur rounded by land selling for $75 an acre higher than this tract. All flumed; highest land under the ditch; part in alfa...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 April 1908

I— ~— . i Kennewick's First Grand Optra FRIDAY Annivafcafv Colp FRIDAY -£SXT and -Anniversary ociie and ggps**. ; -.^g "The Holy City" - pi Emih° de Gogorza SATURDAY H. M. Ashbaugh & Company, » ife> iQI April 3&4 keniviewlCK = = WASH P 3&4 [ •"-** 24c Collars HAVE now reached the Third Milestone in our promising career. The results we have acheived J x '. : V% in tllis y ear surprised mi its magnitude even ourselves. We can attribute this to many things, but flfC We wiH-place oft sale a lot chiefly to our policy of giving the best possible value for the money. As a fitting means of celebrating Five hundred yards of Em of new 1008 spring lace and , , lecided to inaugurate .our THIRD ANNIVERSARY SALE, which will also be an advance showing of New h,, <t> embroidery collars, just re- snowing or rsew broidery and insertion, worth ceived, the newest noveitief, Spring Merchandise. Our buying was done very early in the season enabling us to get the cream of 10, 12 1-2 a...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 April 1908

|The VICTOR Nobody questions but the VIC TOR is a good machine, anc few people question but it is the be£ upon the market. Now you can have one ofhese machines in your home by paying a small amount down and one dollar per week till paid for. A large stock of records alwayi on hand. L. R. Whitelock I THE LOCAL Flip I Friday, April 3,19C8 I Try a sack of Yakima Best. Trv Wilson, the new butche Try Fuller's Teas and Coffeei Try Whitelock on sheet mu c. j Try a sack of Dement's Best Flour | at Fuller's. I ■ Candies and fruits at the Ken newick Club. f Buy some of that SG.OO coal t the ; St. Paul yard. Household goods for sale Dr J. W. Hewetson. H. D. Sweet made a busine i trip to Spokane Tuesday. 1 Sugar has goue skyward, b t Ful ' ler still sells lSlbsfor a dollar \Ve do all kinds of repalriij; first Kennewick Harness si >p. Pur« Bred Plymouth Rocj Eggs 75 cts. iov 15. L. Smith, Phoit 8(52. Seed Potatoes of all kinds $i4O per cwt. Hamilton Suppl Co. Sheep shearing begun the jrst on ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 April 1908

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL PIXCHOT ASSAILED BY CAU FORNLVNS—ROOSEVELT FA VORS FLLTOX'S .MEASURE. Change* In the Currency Bill—<?ou» (.roller Rldgeley Resigns—(M; Retired—Saps Get Damage*. Washington—Charges of a seri ous nature against Olfford Pinchot, Chief of the Forestry Bureau, Were made Monday in the House by Smith of California and Mondell o" Wyoming, during consideration ot the agricultural appropriation bill. Smith accused him of entering Into a secret understanding with the city of Los Angeles, with a view to se curing to the city valuable water rights In the Owens River Valley, as against the Interests of private par lies having prior ' claims. Mondell denounced him for, as he charged. Illegally paying the expenses of for est officials In attending conventions In the west, in which the government had no part, and also for spending government money to boost his bureau In the newspapers. Mr. Pin chot was defended by Pollard of Ne hraaL-3 ar.l Scott of Kansas. SaLhh of...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 April 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 51 San Jose Scale. To the Editor: As fruit growing is the most im partant industry of this section, I feel that I am entitled to space in your paper to discuss some of the things that are necessary to success ful horticulture; and there is so much that can be profitably said that I will only attempt one branch each week. And while, I would much rather take up the subject at the foundation, it seems more im portant that the San Jose scale (Aspidotus Perniciosus) should be discussed, as this is the time to most effectually combat this, one of our worst enemies. No insect pest has been so much discussed as the San Jose scale, and it has been the cause of more legis lation in this country and abroad than any other insect pest known. As a result the insects have assum ed international importance and occupy a prominent place in the regulation'of our business. The principal injury done by these insects is the extraction of the sap from the tree. It. inser...

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. — 10 April 1908

Fortune Making BUSINESS OPENINGS AT FINLEY, WASH. $40,000 Department Store 100 Irrigating and Wheat ranchers will give all their trade to the right party. $10,000 Creamery 500 cows will give patronage a? soon as creanierv is ready. The alfalfa is there. $5,000 Yearly Profit Our forty-acre alfalfa, asparagus, grape, poultry, dairy, bee and fruit ranches at $75 to $200 per acre, are the best, surest and cheapest buys in Washington. 7,000 acres within three miles. Hanson & Rich Investment Co. C. A. Lundy & Co, Offer for Sale 10 ACRES in Section 17, sur rounded by land selling for $75 an acre higher than this tract. All flumed; highest land under the ditch; part in alfalfa, small house, R. F. D. route past the door. Terms to Suit Buyer f SPRING IS HERE And so Is our Line of T Spring and Summer Dress Goods Jk Silk Mosssellne Arnold's Dotted ISatlste C Toulon Silk Paris Organdie * • Silk Novelty Lucesne Tissue & Coronation Silk Snrsee Plnmetls Sneslne Silk Drapde F.lnde if Sil...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 April 1908

Tried and True THE pioneer yard of the city, established when Kennewiek was an infant. Courteous treat ment and right prices have secured for us an ever increasing trade. We solicit your business. St. Paul & Tacorrja Lumber Co. Phone 232 A. L. NORTON, Mgr. , W. J. EAKIN - Real Estate BARGAINS in Raw Irrigated Lands at $12") per Acre. 1 own some choice City Lot* which I am offering at Bargain Prices. OFFICE: Eakin Building, l/'ir\T\TE , \Y/T/^ > l/' Front Street, ICiC. f Kennewick Transfer Co. J 1 # Livery and Feed Stable $ # Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. # ® Prompt and Satisfactory Service. -.X., 0 In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. # 512, 512 512 rsi PHONE went up, but get even with the _ A r .company by using your phone 1 LtJ often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 for your groceries. All goods fresh. . , 10 KOLBS K 512 512 512 t - ■ 91 iSTOTICE! s The Registered Thorough- Li bred Duroc Jersev boar J2 buster brown \ *7 NO. 73,879 m y will make the season at my Zfc place...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 April 1908

NEW LUMBER YARDS i: | at Hanford and White Bluffs City f § 1 §; | Lumber, Builders' Materials f i FLUMING, POSTS, 1 1 I We will be able to furnish all your Building Material 21 | at a reasonable figure. 5 j I JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone IS2, Kennewlc | mnjuxrumruvuannnn/umjuxfinjxriruinnnnjuxixnixnjxrinru.rtnjxruvuvi vrb ACCURACY , rfT*. in compounding prescriptions com- it Li. ted with the purity of all,our / TT DRUGS * (ffea has given us an enviable reputation "1 with a long lift of patrons. If you Ca> 4 want satisfaction in the line of t Drugs or Patent Medicrnes, give || , J us a trial. t COLUMBIA PHARMACY Edward Sheppard, Prop. '" T| ' > ■ ' in '*!=d CITY MEAT MARKET FRESH AND SALT MEATS. HAMS, BACON AND LARD POULTRY DRESSED TO ORDER Phone 302 F. M. WILSON, Prop. O. D. SWAXSOX J.I. TRKBENRITEH | KENNEWICK 1 DRAY LINE j TRANSFER & DELRTSRY g * FURNITURE AND, PIANO MOVING gjj A SPECIALTY |! A.LI. ORDKRH PROMPTLY IS ATTKNUUITO PHONKB4S | ( THIS IS IT VT2f! 1 YAKWVy...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 April 1908

The VICTOR Nobody questions but the VIC TOR is a good machine, and few people question but it is the be£t upon the market. Now you can have one of these machines in your home by paying a small amount down and one dollar per week till paid for. A large stock of records always on hand. L. R. Whitelock THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, April 10,1908 Junior Class Play tonight. Try Fuller's Teas and Coffees. Nice fancy bonbon boxes at Reeves Bakery. Candies and fruits at the Ken newick Club. Baled alfalfa Hay, $9.00 per ton. Hamilton Supply Co. tf Dr. F. M. Crosby now has his office In the new bank building. Leave your order for that fancy party cake at Reeves' Bakery, Sugar has gone skyward, but Ful ler stiU sells 14ltjs for a dollar. We do all kinds of repairing first class. Kennewick Harness shop. Born—To Mr and Mrs. H N Ander son, Monday. April 6, a daughter. Try a sack of Ytikirua Best Flour. Guaranteed the best in the Staluv Pure Bred Plymouth Rock Eggs "acts, for 15. L. Smith, Phone 802. Mr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 April 1908

Her 'Art Was Right. Mrs. H. had a warm hearted and in dustrious but careless servant, who broke so many dishes that her mistress one day said to her: "Really, Ellen, I tliiuk I must take the price of the dishes you are breaking out of your wages. Don't you think you would be more careful if I did?" "HI might, ma'am." replied Ellen contritely, "but Hi think, ma'am, it'd be better to take It out of my 'ide." "Out of your hide? Why, what do you mean?" "Hi. mean, ma'am, that If you broke my 'ead hevery time HI broke a cup or a saucer Hl'd mind myself better." One day poor Ellen fell her full length on the kitchen floor with a gal lon pan of milk in her hands. Her shrieks of dismay brought Mrs. H. In great haste to the kitchen. There lay Ellen in the pool of milk, making no effort to rise. "Knock me in the 'ead, ma'am! Knock me In the 'ead!" she walled. "Uh. get up. Ellen! Get up and mop up this milk. This accident la more a fault of your heels than your head." "You speak the truth, ma'a...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 April 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 52 Utilization of the Summerfailovv. By Qeorge S Severance, Agronomist State College. The present practice of farmers in the wheat growing districts of the Pacific northwest, in allowing their fertile fields to lie idle for from one third to half of the time, is very bad for several reasons. In the first place, a bare fallow is extremely wasteful to soil fertility. Our soil is recognized as sufficiently rich in the essential mineral elements but is not particularly rich in humus. Humus is the source of nitrogen, and through the acids formed in its decomposition, is one of the lead ing factors in making mineral ele ments available to plants. Soil usually becomes run down just to the extent that it becomes depleted in humus. Careful investigations have shown that a bare fallow will result in the burning out of as much humus as will be used up in the production of four or five wheat crops. The ob served fertility of soil under a period of bare fallow ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 April 1908

Fortune Making BUSINESS OPENINGS AT FINLEY, WASH. We Need a— $40,000 Department Store 200 Irrigating and Wheat ranchers will give all their trade to the right party. $10,000 Creamery 1000 cows will give patronage as soon as creamery is ready. The alfalfa is there. $5,000 Yearly Profit Our forty-acre alfalfa, asparagus, grape, poultrv, dairy, bee and fruit ranches at $75 to $200 per acre, are the best, surest and cheapest buys in Washington. 7,000 acres within three miles. For further particulars, address: Finley Development Club Finley, Washington. G A. Lundy & Co, Offer for Sale 10 ACRES in Section 17, sur rounded by land selling for $75 an acre higher than this tract. All flumed; highest land under the ditch; part in alfalfa, small house, R. F. D. route past the door. Terms to Suit Buyer I SPRING IS HERE And bo Is our Line of J Spring and Summer Dress Goods Jk Silk Mosssellne Arnold's Dotted Batiste Y Toulon Silk Paris Organdie 1 Silk Novelty Lucesne Tissue IY Coronation Silk ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 April 1908

Genasco The Durable Smooth Surface Roofing A Slate-colored, tough, leather like material, made from a combination of wool-felt and the highest grade natural asphalt. Made in four weights: 1,2, and ply. providing for all classes of construction. <J Each roll contains nails, Genasco cement and direc tions for laying. St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Phone 232 A. L. NORTON, Mgr. W. J. EAKIN - Real Estate BARGAINS in Raw Irrigated Lands at $12"» per Acre. I own some choice City Lots which I am offering at Bargain Prices. OFFICE: Eakin Building, i/rMXTntv tr>vr Front Street, KENNEWICK. <j§) I^} l Kennewick Transfer Co. j | Livery and Feed Stable \ w Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. 1 [Prompt and Satisfactory Service. 1 In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. | 512 512 512 C* PHONE went up, but get even with the |-v - rpp p* company by using your phone 1 JL.O often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 for your groceries. All goods fresh. 10 _ KOLBS 10 512 512 512 tVtWWVM NOTICE! I The R...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 April 1908

innxu utj uu njvuvriririn njiruxruuin nnnjinnnn njxrumnru-i nnnnnuurLTLD NEW LUMBER YARDS { f at Hanford and White Bluffs City § | Lumber, Builders' Materials I 1 FLUMING, POSTS, 1 | We will be able to furnish all your Building Material jj 5 at a reasonable figure* 5 5 JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewic § oxmm/vnjinjinjfinjxnnnn/i/uinn/i/uxnivvriArLarLnrLruxrLrLrLf.rtn/iAixarui irfj ACCURACY 75T 1 in compounding prescriptions com- «■-X -■ -» bined with the purity of all our ~' /^\ \ DRUGS has given us an enviable reputation J with a long lift of patrons. If you want satisfaction in the line of Drugs or Patent Medicrnes, give fl < us a trial. J4^ COLUMBIA PHARMACY i Edward Sheppard, Prop. r g- ■%=: CITY MEAT MARKET FRESH AND SALT MEATS. HAMS, BACON AND LARD POULTRY DRESSED TO ORDER Phone 392 F. M. WILSON, Prop. ——an—MBiiiMBBgMiMMM gßgßgjßSSßfil MBIBBgHBMB SBSBSngBBBiSBS O. D.SWAXSOX J.I. TRKSENRITEK | KENNEWICK j DRAY LINE 1 TRANSFER & DELIVERY I FURNITURE ANI) PI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 April 1908

Nobody questions but the VIC TOR is a good machine, and few people que&ion but it is the beSt upon the market. Now you can have one of these machines in your home by paying a small amount down and one dollar per week till paid for. A large stock of records always on hand. L. R. Whitelock THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, April 17,1908 Ask your grocer for "Yakima Best" Nice fancy bon bou boxes at Reeves Bakery. Candies and fruits at the Ken new ick Club. Baled alfalfa Hay, $9.00 per ton. Hamilton Supply Co. tf Come in and try our ice cream and cake at the Columbia Cafe'. Leave your order for that fancy party cake at Reeves' Bakery, Sugar lias gone skyward, but Ful ler still sells 14thsfor a dollar. We do all kinds of repairing first class. Kennewick Harness shop. Try a sack of Yakima Best Flour. Guaranteed the best in the Stalie. Pure Bred Plymouth Rock Eggs 75 cts. for 15. L.. Smith, Phone 802. George D. Hunter made a business trip to Spokane the firet of the week. Ch.-is. H. Collins made...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 April 1908

County Commissioners Proceeding Cancellation of tax against lot 16, block AA. Prosper, for the year 1 900, ordered. Rebate on personal property tax to l>. H. $8.46; ordered. Rebate on personal tax to C. S. King, $5.1 fc; ordered Order for establishment of county road near Kennewick by reason* of travel. Order for establishment of county road near Kennewick by reason of travel. Order for establishment of county road near Badger by reason of travel. Fin'ey Drainage District hearing postponed to 1 0 a. m., May sth, 190 S. Richland Drainage District estab lished and W. Li. Muncey appointed supervisor. County printing contract awarded to Republican-Bulletin. Tax assessed on lot 22, block J, Rich Addition to Prosser, ordered canceled. The following polling places in the voting precincts of Benton county w-re designated: Prosser precinct, old City hall. Kennewick precinct, Commercial Club hall. Wellington precinct, school house. Exoansion precinct, postoffiee, Ply mouth. Rattlesnake pre...

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