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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 April 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 1 Capt NevinsSustains Serious Injuries. Breaks Leg and Fractures Should er When Wagon Turns Over a Bank. Captain James Nevins had a leg broken, a shoulder crushed and suffered other injuries by the over turning of his wagon down an en.- bankment in Coyote Canyon last Friday night. Captain Nevins is a homesteader in the Tucker-Clodfelter neighbor hood in Horse Heaven. He was driving home with his wife and lit tle nephew' about 9 o'clock last Friday evening and in the tortuous windings of the Coyote Canyon lost the road and drove off an embank ment, the wagon turning over and falling on him inflicting the severe injuries, especially so to a man of his extreme age. Mrs. Nevins and the boy luckily were not much in injured. It was necessary for them to walk between two and three miles to Mr. Edwards' for help. A messenger was at once dispatched for the Doctor and the party re turned to the place of the accident. Mr. Nevins was found to be suffer ing su...

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. — 24 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, 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. For further particulars, address: Hanson & Rich Investment Co. 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. Allflumed; highest land under the ditch; part in alfalfa, small house, R. F. D. route past the door. Terms to Suit Buyer SPRING IS HERE ] And so 1b our Line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods h Silk Mosssellne Arnold's Dotted Batiste | Toulon Silk Paris Organdie Silk Novelty Lucesne Tissue V Coronation Silk Sursee Plumetis...

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. — 24 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, 1,2, and 3 ply, providing for all classes of construction. 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. Front Street, KENNEWCK. Kennewick Transfer Co. j Livery and Feed Statle { Dray and Express. Baggage a Spcialty. I [Prompt and Satisfactory Service. S In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. <| Kmmooooooo# # # # 512 512 512 PHONE went up, but get even wh the - r-p, company by using your hone I\A 1 IliJ often. Get the Habit 512 Call up 512 fir your groceries. All goods resh. KOLBS 512 512 512 91 NOTICE! \ Zi The Registered Thorough bred Duroc Jersey boar s BUSTER BROWN X NO....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 April 1908

vnjx r u uu uu rvuvLnj-ltih n JTnruT_rLru~i njixuxruruxn rLnjixuvu\nnjrnjxn'LrLr ruic I NEW LUMBER YARDS j jj at Hanford and White Bluffs City | | Lumber, Builders' Materials jj 5 FLUMING, POSTS, 1 We will be able to furnish all your Building Material § jj ' at a reasonable figure* 5 C JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewic 5 avnruxanjTJiJTjTjriixrLriJTJiJTjirLnjiJxanjTjnnruTnjiruTnnjxruiJxru.rLnjxriJxrurLn irfa AC'CriiACY in compounding prescriptions com- X* -r» Lined; with the purity of all our /^\ Dlil'GH lias given us an enviable reputation w v.ith a long li£ of patrons. If you 'o 1 |~l v/ant satisfadion in the line of ffl " 1 )rugs or Patent Medicrnes, give | lis a trial. COLUMBIA PHARMACY Edward Sheppard, Prop. CITY MEAT MARKET FRESH AND SALT MEATS. HAMS, BACON AND LARD • POULTRY DRESSED TO ORDER Phone 392 F. M. WILSON, Prop. £9 "i fO CTrC Grfc tr, ,~3 fffi? r-- ii-731 irS CirU tfnl Sijairig6naiffßiMiiuinwi gjOßMlamPniHiiWCff 5353E O. D. SWANSON J.I. TRE9ENHITEH | KEN...

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. — 24 April 1908

Nobody questions but the VIC TOR is a good machine, and few people question but it is the beft 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 I THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, April 24,1908 Get in on the dutch auction. Ask your grocer for "Yakima Best" Nice fancy bonbon boxes at Reeves Bakery. Candies and fruits at the Ken newick Club. Get interested in the big dutch auc tion at Whitelock's. Baled alfalfa Hay, $9.00 per ton. Hamilton Supply Co. tf Mrs. I). W. McCoy and daughter are visiting at Ritzviile. Krone flour. The great family flour. Chas. H. Collins Co. Leave your order for that fancy party cake at Reeves' Bakery, Hugh Stokes and wife are now liv ing at Sauta Cruz, California. County Assessor J. C. Crooks came down on business Wednesday. Attorney E. L. Kolb transacted legal business in Pasco Tuesday. We do all kinds of repairing first cl...

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. — 24 April 1908

Schedule of the Bills Allowed By the Board of County Commis sioners at their April Session The fol'owlng bills were allowed: D. M. Angus, office rent for Co. .Atty I 25.00 Mrs Rena Dimmick. 6 coyote scalps 6.00 Ira Jordan. S coyote scalps B OO J. J. Callaway, 5 coyote 0.00 W. A. Bennett. S coyote sculps .. 8.00 Mike Follansky. 2 coyote scalps.. 2.00 A. K. Robblns, 2 cayote scalps.. 2.00 I-ouis» W. Edgott. 1 lynx scalp.. 2.50 C. V. Huneberg. 1 coyote scalp.. 1.00 Harmon Capps, 2 coyote scalps.. 2.00 Willis Pope. 1 coyote scalp 1.00 Mike Poliansky, 2 coyoto scalps.. 2.00 W. A. Bennett, 1 coyote scalp.... 1.00 E. T. Thompson. 1 coyote scalp.. 1.08 1. C. Ro'.ph. 6 coyote scalps 6.00 Wit lard Eddy, 2 coyote and 1 lynx scalps 4.50 W. P. Jacroux. 4 coyote scalps.. 4.00 Oordon Holmes. 1 coyote scalp... 1.00 J. S. Sxinson. 2 coyote scalps... 2.00 Victor Wright.l coyote scalp... 1.00 Herbert T. Small, 1 coyote scalp. 1.00 w P. Jacioux. 1 coyoto scalp 1.00 Claude Bene. 1 coyote scalp.... 1.00 ...

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. — 1 May 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 2 Special Car for Kennewick Berries Express Company Plans Best Ser vice for Kennewick Shippers. M. G. Hall, superintendent of the Northern Express company, of Portland, wa9 in town Sunday even ing conferring with Jas. A. Rose, manager of the Fruit Growers asso ciation. Agent C. W. Wiegel, J. Ser eombe and Frank Emigh with ref erence to the strawberry shipments by express. "We want you to un derstand that we will take the best possible care of your berry ship ments in thewaj* of promptness and care in handling," said Mr. Hall. "Let us know what you want and we will take care of you." The Spokane commission men prefer to have their berries arrive on No. 4 and for shipments to Helena and and adjacent points on the main line I recommend No. 4. Butte, Anaconda and points on the loop shoule be reached by shipments on train No. 6. No. 5 and Jo will be principally used for the west bound shipments. A special car will be brought over from Pasco by the swit...

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. — 1 May 1908

Fortune Making BUSINESS OPENINGS AT FINLEY, WASH. $40,000 Department Store 200 Irrigating ami Wheat ranchers will r o 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: Hanson & Rich Investment Co. 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; St And so Is our Line of \ 1 f Spring and Summer Dress Goods . i SUk Mosaseline Arnold's Dotted Batiste j C Toulon Silk Paris Organdie ' I Silk Novelty Lueesne Tissue C Coronation Silk Sursee ...

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. — 1 May 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 3 ply, providing for all classes of construction, ffl 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 $125 per Acre. I own some choice City Lots which I am offering at Bargain Prices. 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 C\ PHONE went up, but gel even with the Qj D A TCC company by using your phone KA 1 LiU often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 for your groceries. All goods fresh. 10 KOLBS ™ 512 512 512 X ISTOTICE! S; Zfc The Registered Thorough- Lfk breil Duroc Jersey boar rik BUSTER BROWN \ NO. 7...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 May 1908

mm LiiMßEft : Y&oii afr/Hariford arid White Bluffs City j Lumber, Builders' Materials I FLUMING, POSTS, | We will be able to furnish all your Building Material jj at a reasonable figure. 5 JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewic § ACCURACY xr x ; tfji compounding prescriptions com- t ■- -» |ined with the purity of all our x \ , ... has given us an enviable reputation tow with a long of patrons. If you 5 ; ! want satisfaction in the line of y .^'l Drugs or Patent Medicrnes, give 1 6s atrial. fcOLUMfeIA • PHARMACY ]"p : " t* Edward Sheppard, Prop. L/ " : ~ " ~ = ~~-— O. K. Soda Bottling Works 1H. AVl'] entirely recovered from my recent illness and am again at work and in pers >nal charge of f hi; m i!'!i ; ne-j I guarantee everything to he lip MR to tii ■ high standard which the local factory has always in intainiMl. lam shipping out large orders of •niv well known and famous sodas. Patronize home in dustry ]>v plaring an order. We do the rest. 01:0. C. FENDLER, Prop...

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. — 1 May 1908

A Wonderful Record T7OR some time I have been * watching the performances of five watches sold by me to cus tomers residing in Kennewick and the result is as follows: 18 size Howard, variation in three months, 1 minute! 18 size Howard, variation in two months, 40 seconds! 16 size Rockford, variation in three months, I min. 10 sec. f k> 16 size Rockford, variation in ; one month, but 30 seconds. 16 size Rockford, variation in two weeks, fifteen seconds. None of these Watches were regu lated or touched after being sold by me, and the above is certainly shows a remarkable degree of ac curacy under these conditions. The names of the owners can be had f|T Jl and this record verified by calling at — L. R. Whitelock's THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, May, 1,1908 Get in on the dutch unction. Pigs for Sale—N. C. Bowles. 315 Ask your grocer for "Yakima Best" Two houses for rent. Frank Emigh. Nice fancy bonbon boxes at Reeves Bakery. Soft drinks of all kinds at the Ken newick Club. Mrs. B J Knight i...

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. — 1 May 1908

A Thought On What are Kenne wicK's Greatest Needs. One of tlio greatest needs today at Kennewiek is a substantial build i ig !. • in A si -iati m. J Houses are in demand, and seem to be at a pre mium; business rooms also and a ball and opera house. Where does a town stand among towns without a hall? Even smaller towns are in tbe lead in tliis respect. Many are the vacant lots all over the city with no buildings on them; many owners have not the means tit build. Il there was such an Organization to furnish the capital and have it re turned in.easy payments, many per sons eon Id take advantage of it and Kennewiek would soon double in size and importance. It is a very [tour person who could not pay fori the house in this way; nine times out of ten the rent would pay the bill, and the loan be perfectly safe, as the house could be rented as soon as finished. The city would then improve, build up nicely and lie on the upward move. It would give employment to many, business in te est would...

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. — 8 May 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 3 To Have Fire 4 Alarm System The City Council so Orders, and Disposes of Much Other Business. The council met in regular session Tuesday evening with all members present. The petition of the resi dents of the Garden tracts to be al lowed to withdraw from the city corporate limits was brought before the Council and after discussion was disposed of by the following motion. Moved by Crowell and seconded by Rose that the petition of parties ask ing for withdrawal from the corpor ate limits of Kennewick be submit ted to the city attorney to draw notices for the election at which said question shall be submitted to the voters, said election to be held at the time of the regular city elec tion in December provided that the petitioners do not press for an elec tion at an earlier date. A petition of citizens was present ed asking that a committee be ap pointed to investigate and ascertain the cost of the water, and light sys tem owned by the Columbia Basi...

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. — 8 May 1908

Fortune Making BUSINESS OPENINGS AT FINLEY, WASH. We Need a — $40,000 Department Store 200 Irrigating and Wheat ranchers will no 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, 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. For further particulars, address: Hanson & Rich Investment Co. 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 SPRING IS HERE} Ami so Is our Line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods £ Silk Mossaellne Arnold's I totted li.itiste | Toulon Silk Paris Organdie \ Silk Novelty Luces ne Tissue Coronation Silk Snrsee Fl...

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. — 8 May 1908

0nn,,., (jiiui.u.*\iin;iAj , .;ui.uiAjUTfin;ir.[wvwiJvuiA.injwuiA.'UinmAlnna | NEW LUMBER YARDS f I at Hanford and White Bluffs City f | Lumber, Builders' Materials j s FLUMING, POSTS, | | We will be able to furnish all your Building Material I •k at a reasonable figure. 5 5 JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewic 5 ul ACCTRACY —TT ► in compounding prescriptions com- Lined with the purity of all our ' "/^X DRUGS has given us an enviable reputation N with a long list of patrons. If you (TM |||/|J " want satisfaction in the line of I \ J ? :5~ Drugs or Patent Medicrnes, give f\ COLUMBIA PHARMACY f Edward Sheppard, Prop. ■■ • O. K. Soda Bottling Works HAVE entirely recovered from my recent illness £ tn tam again at work and in pers >nal charge of in ; in.}.- I guarantee everything to be up 1'» tii - iiiu;li standard whicli the local factory has always mai itanied. lam shipping out large orders of my well known an 1 famous sodas. Patronize home in dustry hy plating an order. ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 May 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: I, 1,2, and 3 ply, providing for all classes of construction. <f 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 $ 125 per Acre. I own tome choice City Lots which I am offering at Bargain Prices. OFFICE: Eakin Building, L^'ir , \T\Tr7AY/I/ r> l/' Front Street, KLN NLW ILK.. 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 (M PHONE went up, but get even with the Qj _ .r■ „ , company by using your phone KA 1 CjJ often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 for your groceries. All goods fresh. KOLBS 512 512 512 ft NOTICE! k Zk The Registered Thorough...

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. — 8 May 1908

A Wonderful Record pOR some time I have been * watching the performances of nve watches sold by me to cus tomers residing in Kennewick and the result is as follows: i? " ZC variation in three months, I minute! 1 o size Howard, variation in two months, 40 seconds! 16 size Rockford, variation in three months, 1 m i n . 10 sec. size Rockford, variation in one month, but 30 seconds. 16 size Rockford, variation in weeks, fifteen seconds. None of these watches were regu lated or touched after being sold by me, and the above is certainly showi a remarkable degree of ac curacy under these conditions. gn The names of t!ie owneri can be had gVt TJ and this record verified by calling at — L. R. Whitelock's THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, May, 8,1908 Get in on the dutch auction. Ply* for Sale—N. C. Bowles. 315 Ask your grocer for "Yakima Bent" Two houses for rent. Frank Emboli. Nice fancy bonbon boxos at Reeves Bakery. Soft drinks of all kinds at the Ken uevvlck Club. Flour $1.40 per sack at Kennewick ...

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. — 8 May 1908

April Weather The maximum temperature for ithe month wis 88 d*greee above zero, on the 19th and 30th, find the lowest recorded was 25 degrees aI we on the sixth day of the month. The mean maximum for the month was 73.23 and the mean minimum was 39.86 degrees. The mean tem perature was 56.55. rainfall measured .23 inches, besides several sprinkles, the most falling in one day being .18 inches on the 15th. There were 21 clear days, the rest being only partly cloudy. The following is the daily record: date max. min. bain temp. temp. fall 1 78 29 82 32 50 33 4 63 38 58 40 « 61 25 7 66 30 * 87 40 M 69 39 10 S2 34 11 85 35 12 87 40 75 41 14 67 42 15 62 45 .11 16 66 .*0 T 17 70 52 T IX 78 44 19 8S 45 *0 70 44 T 21 67 50 22 71 49 T *3 78 45 2-4 80 33 25 75 30 26 77 52 27 65 38 28 68 31 29 " • 8«l 42 30 88; 45 Republican Meeting. The R»m übllcan voter* of Keni> - wick precinct will mevt at the r«m nt»rclal Club Kohrih on Baturd v May 2d, IWJB. Nt 2:SO o'clock p. m to elect delegate* to th...

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. — 15 May 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 4 Club to Give Prizes Favor State Road. Plans for Glori ous Fourth. The Commercial Club met in re gular monthly session at the Club rooms Tuesday evening and trans acted a big grist of business. The question of the extension of State Road No 8 concerning which Messrs C. E. Comstock of Six Prong, and D. H. Jackson, of Bickleton ad dressed the Club earlier in the week was first taken up and after discuss ion the following resolutions were paepared by L. E. Johnson and adopted by the Club, and the Sec retary directed to send a copy of them to Highway Commissioner Snow at Olympia: Whereas, The last legislature of j the State of Washington created a highway commission and, Whereas, The said highway com mission has established State Road No. 8 from Washougal to Golden dale Washington, known as the Col umbia River Valley road and, Whereas, The most direct and feasible route east from Goldendale to the Columbia River; the route that will serve the greates...

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. — 15 May 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, 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. For further particulars, address: Hanson & Rich Investment Co. I If . New Clothing Store . Salrty, May 16 j ! < In the Scott & Company building with a swell line of Sum mer Suits, Shoes, Hats, Etc. We can outfit Men and Young Men from head to foot in up-to-date Clothing. New goods coming in all the time and will endeavor to carry just what you want and not "what we can make the most money on." Ouraim isto please our customers'tastes and always keepthe Lates Styles and Best Goods As an extra inducement f...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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