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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 December 1908

\v saved spells, "M-O-X-E-Y" 1 future, and that means prac- 1 ndependence for the thrifty "Take care of the dimes and | 1 ars will take care of them- < is an excellent maxim. You I derstand it beet after you egun to save, and when you 1 |,w that your little hoard is rap ' Increasing. Nothing Is more pil sing than the sense of having mdney in the pank ready for an em- i ergency. Why not start saving now with us? I The NATIONAL Bank 1 OF KENNEWICK ' m LOCAL FIELD t jt>r, December ,18 1908 ifceivirab Creek coal burns. Main 792. For Rent—Steam-heated office rooms. First International Bank. We want to buy 9000 good, second hand sacks. Chas. H. Collins Co, 12-4 Post card views of Kennewick and inlt,y tor sale at the Kennewick' ludlo. * Lessons given on piano and organ. For particulars address, Ida W. 'Jreen, R. F. D, Box 17. tolled Barley $30 per ton at Chas. It. Collins company. Extra choice Ben Davis apples $1 per box or 2c per pound. Sly's ranch, hone 945. Will deliver, lhaveab.i...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 December 1908

Hamilton Supply Co. BUY & SELL EVERYTHING Valley Barn and Dray Line COPELAND & BOYER, Proprietors LIVERY GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES We do our own work and guarantee prompt service and fair treatment. Phone 143. ' Need $ an $ Abstrac > , fIT We have jusFcompleted full photographic rec k ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti tiis. Yakima and Benton Counties and can furnish J abstracts to any real property in each of these coun f ties. Our Prosser office attends to all abstract work iin Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten tion. Prices reasonable. f Consolidated Abstract Co. Prosser For Firts Class Bartering go to SHAFER'S BARBER SHOP First Street Kennewick, Wash. BATH ROOMS CLEAN SANITARY HOT and COLD WATER SHOWER BATH EVERYTHING UP TO DATE BlaeKsn\itf? Sf?op N AMPH EE SUCCESSOR TO A. B. FRENCH General aqd U/orK. ii? Qoooeotioi). PATENTS PROCURED AND DEFENDED.ISendn>«M.1 Sendn>«M. drawuiK or photo, for expert search ana free report. Free advice,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 December 1908

We have j exclusive agency Jjs" for the l?iePS'Weatfrerbii>cl§fioes DPTPDC dre nsat.tlwts sure. 1111 I. |\J — — Shoes-The best shoe made Every pair is gSSarantecd. I rtLL Uy KIMONAS 'P'HE KIND that make a |0 E very nice and appropriate Christmas present. Both long and short, trimmed either of the same ma terial or satin. Special prices on all. 1-4 OFF ! I > •*. j Ask our clerks to show them to you. BED SPREADS j for Xmas Bolh plain and fringed at $1.00, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.50 COMFORTS for Xmas i The kind that mother used to make extra large, $1.75, 2.00 and 3.00. j Sale price, $1.29, 1.48 and 1.98. < BLANKETS for Xmas j * The nice, clean, pretty bordered r blankets, both cotton and wool, that 1 wake a present that is appreciated. g Special Prices. s SETTLE THE GIFT QUES TION HERE J> URCHASE practical presents. You'll find - — the best selections at Lynch's. Every dollar's worth of goods in our store is new and up to-date goods. You'Si be satisfied, your friend pleased FU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 December 1908

SUGGESTIONS®; Christmas Season is now on in full blast at the Columbia Pharmacy and the Chrtstmas Shoppers are finding a very large stock of carefully selected and reasonably priced holiday goods to make their ' selections from. Such a stock as our long experience with the Kennewick Christmas Shoppers tells us will satisfy their every desire. The quality and style of our Holiday Offerings are such that they will appeal to cultured and discriminating buyers. PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES, FANCY ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, HAIR BRUSHES, CLOTHES BRUSHES, ART GOODS, COMBS, MANICURE GOODs, INDIAN GOODS, LEATHER GOODS, AND PHONOGRAPHS Books for Christmas Giving Stationery as Presents j Pyrography Outfits A Full Line of Toys for Children Kodaks In books you will find the solu- |! Never was the art of paper mak- j Why waste one minute looking j[ Mechanical toys, table sets, dolls, There is no kodak but the East tion of the Christmas problem. Few ing so developed. We have that < elsewhere for pyro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 December 1908

Supplement to The Kennewick Courier 7 Kennewick, Washington, Friday, Dec. 18, 1908. No. 35 HI6H SCHOOL NOTES, (By Our Special Correspondent.) Miss Annie (luff, the county Supt. I :ts a visitor of the Kennewick "vhools Wednesday. A meeting will lie held aliout the middle of January at Prosser, to determine what will constitute the I exhibition of the Benton country schools at the A. Y. P. Fair. This county is allowed to have three cabinets. The White Rose club issued a challenge for a contest in all com-! mon school subjects, with the ex-: ception of spelling which has been ! previously mentioned, for the pur-j pose to correlating the work of the i Schools as much as possible by a' comprehensive review of some sub-! ject. The Kennewick High School has submitted the following question : Resolved, "That elimination ofi profits is the best solution of the I problems of the liquor .traffic." I Prosser said that the question was J satisfactory to her but she wished to see how much materia...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 December 1908

SHEEP MEN BRING IN THEIR FLOCKS MILD CLIMATE OF LOWER VALLEY AND GOOD WINTER PASTOR AGE IS ATTRACTIVE The sheepmen* who have been up in the mountains around Ellensburg and farther up during the slimmer months, and began working their Hocks to the lower levels with the coming of autumn, are now arriving in the Horse Heaven hills adjacent to this place, for the winter. The mild temperature prevailing here all winter and the excellent grazing is very favorable to the wintering of the aheep and bringing them out in the spring in fine shape. The Un derwood Sheep company ha* been in the hills for some time with a large flock, the Wenner Sheep com pany arrived the first of the week with a band of 2500 and Martin Fieldsted will arrive with his hand Ix'fore the end of the week. The sheep will be sheared here next spring and the fat sheep sold and shipped to market from this place. These firms made a large shipment «»f 22 cars to the Chicago market from this point season before last but the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 December 1908

The Kennewick Courier LARGEST LOCAL CIRCULATION VOL. VII. NO. 30 KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1908 WHOLE NI\MISER 3IS - -- - THE BIG SURE TO HAVy EW HOME BIG BLOCK TO BE BOILT BY H. M. & GO. GN PROM INENT CORNER - ( H. M. Ashbaugh the first of tlie ] week purchased the two lots on the ] corner of Tacoma and Second streets < on the south side of Second street j of the Hover Investment Co. for ! $4000. During the coming year he ] will erect a two story brick building < 50x100 feet on this site and will oc- < cupy it with The Big Store stock of j dry goods, clothing and shoes. 1 Mr. Ashbaugh has been looking t for a location on a good corner and ; has just closed a deal for this very < * desirable one. The growth of the ] Ashbaugh firm since its start in the j frame building four years ago this • coming April Jias been rapid and it i now carries the largest stock of the t kind in Benton county. Its success i is alike creditable to the manage- i ment and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 December 1908

The KENNEWICK COURIER LAUREN W. SOTH, Editor and Proprietor Issued Every Friday from the Courier Building, Second St., Kennewick, Wash. One Year, $1.50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Entered, March 27.1902, as second-class matter at Kennewick, Wash.. Act of Congress of March 3d, 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY BEATS THE WORLD'S RECORD K NNEW fO K S 1908 V, R{) P— FIFTH YEAR PeachrtLpaid $1600 per aero. Apjtfes paid $1200 per acre. Striwii Tries paid $300 per acre. Asparagus paid $400 per acre. Onions paid $000 per acr^. Potatoes naid jfcl'HH) per acre. Grapes paid $600 per acre. The above was rained on land that had had two or three years of clover or a falfa plowed under. Write for f r et* l»<iy price lifit and Illustrated Imoklet of a dozen Improved places including the Coffin Brother's 105- acre alfalfa ranch at $200 to $275 per acre on 10 years time. Beware of outside sagebrush laud under untried canals, c'aiined to be better, at near ly same prices. Save three yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 December 1908

Hamilton Supply Co. BUY ~~SELL EVERYTHING FHE VALLEY BARN Livery and Transfer Baggage and Express Enclosed Jills to Meet all 8. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. Fur Prompt Service call up 142 Do You Need an Abstract < m »ii i r*i • ia~ , *i *"i" ~ Ti"r i~iyirw" f iiri m~w <\ f»| We have just completed full photographic rec _ j onls »>t the original records of Klickitat, Kitti tas, Yakima and Benton Counties and can furnish abstracts t<> any real property in each of these coun ties. Our Prosser oftice attends to all abstract work ( in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten tion. Prices reasonable. Consolidated Abstract Co. Prosser For Firts Class Barbering go to < SHAFER'S BARBER SHOP First Street, KcnnewicK, Wash. ■ r i 1.1 BATH ROOMS CLEAN SANiTARY HOT and COLD WATER SHOWER BATH EVERYTHING IP TO DATE Kennewick . Blacksmith Shop I have returned and taken possession of my old shop and ani prepared to do All Kinds of Work And Guarantee It A. B. French, Prop. wvr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 December 1908

PROFESSIONAL CARD: I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Embalmer Embalmers License No. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Reridence 783 C. O. ANDERSON " f Lawyer, Office In New Bank Building J. W. CALLICOTTE, - . Attorney-At-Law l'rosecutiiig Attorney, Benton Count) Twenty Years Practice. Room 3Taylor blk, Prosser, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the King Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kenuewick, Wash. Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Building Kenuewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King Bldg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. F. M. CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty Office in Reed Building. Phone 692 Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN & SUUGEON Office over tlie Columbia Pharmacy Phone 282 House Phone 45:? Kenu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 December 1908

I Money saved Rpells, "M-O-X-E-Y" . n tli? future, and that means prac tical Independence for the thrifty gflver.' "Take care of the dimes and the dollars will take care of tliem tres" is an excellent maxim. You will understand it best after you have begun to save, and when you know that your little hoard is rap idly Increasing. Nothing is more pleasing than the sense of having money in the pank ready for an em ergency. Why not start saving now .—with us? The firstnational Bank OF KENNEWICK the local field Friday, December, 25 1908 The Crab Creek coal burns. Main 792. For Rent—Steam-heated office rooms. First International Bank. We want to buy 5000 good, second hand sacks. Chas. H. Collins Co, 12-4 Postcard views of Kennewick and vicinity for sale at the Kennewick Studio. Lessons given on piano and organ. For particulars address, Ida W. Greeu, It. F. L>, Box 17. Roiled Barley $HO per ton at Chas. H. Collins company. Extra choice Ben Davis apples $1 | per box or 2c per pound. Sly'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 December 1908

1902 THE pioneer YARD OF KENNEWICK |qq ( ST. PAUL & TACOMA LUMBER C( Wj £ WISH to announce to the public that we have accepted our former position with the I St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Company and can be found at any time at their offices. " \ ' Here we will be pleased to meet our many friends and renew acquaintances, we shall also I be pleased to make acquaintances with these who have located in the valley during our I L vpp | absence. I 1 1° future as in the past our main study will be to please our customers. Our experience has taught us that a customer well pleased is the best advertising in the world. We carry a full and complete line of building material the very best that can be made out of the famous Coast Timber manufactured by one of the most complete and up to date lum ber plants in the world with the finest and latest improved machinery that money can buy. We always have on hand lumber of the cheaper grades, and are prepared with our mammoth stock to fill any and a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 January 1909

MThe Kennewick Courier L. VII. NO. 37 [A isr V& 111 11MILY Bins f„FUL NEW GOVERNMENT .L&..EOGE IS HERE TO CLEAR % JUT It; Baughman, trell 4 forn.v.* Master of t jirww/PW in cam m;>n<f of the government "The Wallowa." "The Wallowa" •*s at work on Snake river. Captain V. Winslow whom he succeeded, H iluuntain Gem returned from Celilo iter being repaired in November, le'is reported to have cost more fen §60,000 and is the most power ■ boat <>f its kind in the United iites. Captain Winslow is autbor [for the statement that the Uma- Ea is the easiest boat to handle in ■ft water he ever had any cxperi- Bc with. She is equipped with I latest steam steering gear and 8 be moved around right among the rocks. The new dredge is equipped for basting and has all the latest de ,-s fur r<>ck work. There are th.hi twenty rapids L>etween mSBt Snake river mouth and Celilo Wlflere there arc large boulders which l>e blown out with dynamite. ■L boat's equipment includes dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 January 1909

WE ASIC FOR YOUR BUSINESS BECAUSE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ALL FURS ===at=== 1-2 Price THL TIME has come when all profits are thrown to the winds. We need the cash and tjtt goods must go. While even our regular prices have created a sensation with the buying f and consternation with our competitors, This great clean up sale, cutting so much lowa than our own prices, will pcsitivelv make them stand aghast at our recklessness. We want you to read each item caiefully an J compare with your eastern catalog houses. 1 hink of the great savings and benefits. Come prepared to lay in a season s supply for you will not be disappointed. FASCINATORS 35 cent Fascinators 19c 50 cent Fascinators 38c 75 cent Fascintors 49c $1.00 Fascinators 67c READ CN WOOL SCARFS 75 cent Long Scarfs 59c $ 1.00 Long Scarfs 68c READ ON COMFORTS $1.75 large, handmade com forts at 1.29 2.00 Comforts 1.49 3.0y Comforts 1.98 READ ON BLANKETS Full iize cottcn blanks, the 7dc value at 59c 1.50 extra large fine blankets 1.19 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 January 1909

Hamilton Supply Co. BUY & SELL EVERYTHING L THE VALLEY BARN ; Livery and Transfer ; a and Express ' Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. \ or Prompt Service call up 142 For Firts Class Bartering go to SHAFER'S BARBER SHOP First Street, Kennewick, Wash. BATH ROOMS CLEAN SANITARY HOT and COLD WATER SHOWER BATH EVERYTHING UP TO DATE / Dependable Varieties Naturally you want the best inly those sorts that will yield the greatest return on your orchard investment. Are you planting Stark Trees? You should, because "Stark Trees Bear Fruit"—the kind of fruit that brings the 'aighest prices on all markets. For 83 fears Stark Trees have been the standard oy which nursery stock is measured. Stark varieties are always the best and most up to-date varieties. Every tree ii grown on scientific principles by the largest nursery in the world (capital $1,000,000) and every tree has our reputation behind it. Western Varieties This year we are especially strong on the varieti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 January 1909

The KENNEWICK COURIER LAUREN W. SOTH, Editor and Proprietor Issued Every Friday from the Courier Building, Second St., Kennewick, Wash. One Year, $1.50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Entered, March 27, 1902. as second-class matter at Kennewick, Wash., Act ol Congress of March 3d, 1K79. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY Make $1000 Profit Per Acre After 3 year old alfalfa plowed under Do You Know? \ That A. Kolb cleared over $300 per acre in 1908 in vege tables between the rows of fruit on the alfalfa land plowed un der that we sold him last winter. That D. Willard raised five tons of onions from one pound of seed on a third ol an acre on clover land plowed under and the best growth of strawberry plants in the valley. That W. H. Durham plowed under the alfalfa we sold him las* winter and produced 800 bushels of potatoes per acre in 1908. Mtssis Folsom, Delepine and others cleared over $400 per acre the past year from asparagus. That G. Koch shipped the first car load of apples and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 January 1909

WATCH FOBS Key Chains. Match Boxes, Cigr ret Cases, Seal Rings, gold and sil ver Pencils, and a great assortment of things suitable for men. Also new and desirable in the the wav of HANDSOME JEWELRY Fine repair work on the most del icate pieces of Jewelry, Watches,etc. L. R. Whitelock JEWELER Kennewick, ... Washington THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, January, 1 1909 The Crab Creek coal burns. Main 792. For Kent—Steam-heated office rooms. First International Bank. We want to buy 5000 Rood, second- j hand sacks. Chas. H. Collins Co, 12-4 Fust card views of Kennewick and vicinity for sale at the Kennewick Studio. Lessons given on piano and organ. For particulars address, Ida \V. Green, It. F. I), Box 17. Rolled Barley $30 per ton at Chas. H. Collins company. Extra choice Ben Davis apples $1 per box or 2c per pound. Sly's ranch. Phone 945. Will deliver. 1 have a buyer for eighty acres of alfalfa laud in one body iu the Ken newick valley. Square Deal Realty Co, Frank Euiigh, Mgr. For Sale—Tract N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 January 1909

rinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn[Hin^ni^isiiHi[BifAi[uiiGirHinrßaD[c][o]DDDDDDDDDDDDDLJ^pLj^ SUDD Hnr □□ U HH □□ U N □ H D H □ H n — L R New Years Resolutions c H That Will Stand t r t; n • □ r= —That for the year 1909 we continue our j— 1 i— progressive policies. That we endeavor by fair |_] r~ means to merit a continuance of your confidence. Q \~ That we make our store most attractive; the most Q [Z popular; the most profitable place to do your buying. • LJ IZ (JJWe further resolve that no customer of whatever H Q age or standing shall be allowed to leave our store M dissatisfied if it is in our power by fair means to M {= please and satisfy, and that every effort known to r—i 1= honest merchandising will be faithfully exercised in r-1 r= carrying out our liberal and progressive plans for □ pi the year 1909 Q □ □ E H. M. Ashbaugh & Co. g l_j Kennewick's Leading Store Q D ** 1 H □ □ c • □ ii H nmnnniKifEiiNifNifEifwim fin iiin^fgaiPimiNitGiatiißiQiiJiiaaaatiDaaDLDDuLi4 HOUSEHOLD HINTS It is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 January 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARD I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Hni'ialmer Licensk No. 11:: Calls Answered Night or Day aassagH Store Phone 302 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Reriience 783 C. 0. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office in New Bank I'.uildin.u J. W. CALLiCOTTE, . Attorney At Law . I'roseiutitig Attorney, Benton Counij Twenty Years Practice. Room 3 Taylor l.lk, Prosper, Wunli HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in tlie King Building KENXEWrCIv, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurauce Kenuewick, Wash. Offices in 0. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Bailding Kennewiek, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King B'tlg. Phone 532. | KENNEWICK, WASH. F. M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon ■ Diseases of .Women ;tnd Children j - - a S|vi.:i*lty - Uiiir.'Xi. Phout 69. Dr. F. H. CCONE PHYSICIAN c*C SUKGEON Office over tlit- Colum)>iir Pharmacy I •' * 10 ne 282 House...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 January 1909

(Continued from page six) ¥'EHTS 111 18 —— the Ver. GRNMENT. r of the Drops of died at j Dako the world cy, Mass. c a rehearing ic case denied by ourt in Chicago, cts Senator Edward f Tennessee shot and iville by Robin Cooper. 15. Special * Francis I. Hener shot by Morris Haas In San Fran cisco. 14. Monument to the prison ship mar tyrs of the Rev olution In Brook lyn dedicated in the presence of President Elect W. H. Taft. 16. Fiftieth anniver sary of Pope Pius' ordination as priest celebrat ed in Rome. 17. Lydla Thompson, famous as a bur- wwt ft lesque actress 3'J • Tart. years ago, died in London; ag«d 70. 25. Statue to Gen. P. H. Sheridan un veiled In Washington. K. Identical notes regarding the far east exchanged by United States and Ja pan at Wasnington and Tokyo. DECEMBER. 1. Battleship fleet sailed from Manila, homeward bound. 9. Tercentenary of the birth of John Mil ton. author of "Paradise Lost," cele brated in England and America. 10. Abraham Ruef convicted of bribery In S...

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