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

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 38 cm r.OUfICIL Buys LOTS f * i nufajSE. PAYS BILLS «L'SJEffiTfOR NEW YEAR t The most important action taken FLy the Council at its regular meet .ifg Tuesday evening was the vote to purchase the five lots south of the Hotel as a site for a city hall , a home for the city, head quarters for the Fire Department, and location for the town jail. Con siderable discussion was had on the question and several sites were spok en of, and the couclusion it was moved by Rose, seconded by Crow ell and carried that the site bo pur chased of C. A. Lundy for $4000, the vote being Rose, Crowell and Kruse for, and Bier and Hawes against. After the vote was taken there was some discussion as to whether tins purchase would be ex ceeding the IY* per cent iimit of in debtedness which the Council may contract without a vote of the peo ple, and the Mayor stated the mat ter would be carefully looked up by the city attorney before he signed the warrant. It was moved to tak...

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 January 1909

MID-WINTER CLEARING SMI Oar Stock of WINTER SUITS, OVERCOATS, WORKING CLOTHES, HEAVY UNDERWEAR, , ETC is badly brokon up and in order to clean up all and make room for one of the BEST SPRING STOCKS ever shown in Kennewick, for the next two weeks we are going to give you the big gest bargains you ever received. Two weeks of great bargains, remember at the Toggery. Overcoats ji & Suits j Rain Coats Wp ha vp ft fpw mV.p : Just a few win- -ij Only a few left and Overcoats left and now is i; ter suits left. This jwßzrCpi\ j: Tnwnnr tlfrn> U TTir^r the time to get one. We I s y°^ r chance !; tir P e * have overcoats ranging i; to get a good win- ram coats will go at cost in price from :• ter suit. Owing to V*" |: Come and see them, _ . _ A ; lack of room we : sto $16.50' ! ■Mr give your choice at fMtNSL Working Clothes i rn/iflK«foaK ? tHwß\ J j Good heavy mackinaw underwear ;j W|| \ These suits are of MNwl | coats at $3.50; very warm All winter underwear;! §J|f if§l the latest sha...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 January 1909

FOR SALE 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES MOUNTAIN GROWN ALFALFA SEED BY THE OUNCE OR TON Hamilton Supply Co. The home of the Early White Star THE VALLEY BARN Livery and. Transfer Baggage and. Express j; Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. j| For Prompt Service call up 142 ! For First Class Bartering go to SHAFER'S BARBER SHOP First Street, Kennewick, Wash. i i BATH ROOMS CLEAN SANITARY COLD WATER , SHOWER BATH , EVERYTHING / UPTO DATE Delicious again tops the market The Hood River (Oregon) Apple Growers Union made this sale on October 11, 190£ DELICIOUS $2.50 per box Ben Davis 1-00 " " Baldwin 1-50 " " Akin 1-50 " " Jonathan 1-50 " This Delicious is the famous Star Delicious, without which no or chardist is prepared to meet the do mands of present-day buyers. 1,250,000 is the number of tr-cs of Dev ious we have grown this year to meet th demand —still we believe we are short. Have you tasted this royal fruit. If not, we will send a box of 3 specimer on receipt of 25...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 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, bp second-class matter at Kennewick, Wash., Act of Congress of March 3d, 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY BEATS THE WORLD Kennewick Valley Improved Lands. 1908 Great Crop Record With ouly $1 mainteance fee, produces $300 to $1500 profit per acre the first year. Where else can you buy such land at $272 per acre on ten years time? Facts—Don't Forget 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 see \on a third of an acre on clover land plowed under and the I.est growth of strawberry plants in the valley. That W. H. Durham plowed under.the alfalfa we sold him last winter and produced 800 bushels of potatoes ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 January 1909

WATCH FOBS Key Chains. Match Boxes, Cigr - »t Cases, Seal Rings, gold and si x Pencils, and a great assortmei t Übings suitable for men. Alfo rer*hing new and desirable in the JEWELRY Fine repair work on the most del ate pieces of Jewelr\, \\ pitches,etc. k R. Whitelock JEWELER Mtaewick, - - * Washington IHE LOCAL FIELD Friday, January, 1 1909 The Crab Creek coal burns. Main 92. For Rent—Steam-heated office ooms. First International Bank. We want to buy 5000 good, second ed sacks. Chas. H. Collins Co, 12-4 "post card viewH of Kennewlck and rlciuity for sale at the Kennewlck Jtudlo. v Lessons given on piano and organ. Bir particulars address, Ida W. een, K. F. l>, box 17. Rolled Barley $30 per tun at Chas. H. Collins company. Ettra 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 land In one body in the Ken newlck valley. Square Deal Realty Co, Frank Emigh, Mgr. For Sale—Tract No. 3, Kennewlck Gard...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 January 1909

nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnwnfMinfAifsiiiiiiAiigiGiiHDi&iDtciiojDDDDDDaDDDDDDDaaQ]^ □□□□ HHR 5 ( 818 THINGS HAPPEN 1 j NEXT WEEK. WATCH OUT! | = =1 = SB | Z Kennewick's Leading Store E ~~fln nRRr IHEIAIPH I iwici ismtoiigianrTTirTirTirTinrTTTl.: WASHINGTON NOTES The application to organize the First National Bank of Maiden, witb $25,000 capital, has been approved by the Controller of the Currency. The corner-stone of the $60,000 temple, to be erected by Spokane Oddfellows before June, was laid New Year's day. Half frozen and nearly starved, an Infant baby boy was found Sunday morning in the rear ef the Eagle Ho tel at Pasco. Chief ef Police Dan iels has adopted the boy. After being hunted the country ever for a theft committed at Ana eonda, Mont., Theodore Adams alias Kid Adams, was shot down last week In Spokane while trying to hold up a street-car. Toiorohi Aoki, a Japanesa Eremar es the steamer lyo Maru, of the Nip pon Ynseu Kaisha line, was etabb3d to deGth by Sineaku Ito, an oiler i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 January 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS I. N. Mueller Funeral Director l'liibalmer 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. 0. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office In New Bank Building J. W. CALLICOTTE, . Attorney-At Law . Prosecuting Attorney, Benton County Twenty Years Practice. Room 3 Taylor blk, Proßner,\Va»h HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the King Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kennewick, Wash. Offices in C. 0. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney aud Counsellor at Law Office np-staira in Amon Building Kennewick, 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 Disease* of Women and Children a Specialty Office In Reed Building. Phone 89*2 Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN SUItGEON Office over the Columbia Pharmacy Phone 282 House Phone 463 Kennewick. Wash...

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

600 D WORK OF THE HOME FIND ING SOCIETY Desiring to spread its woik moie thoroughly over the state, l*>th in receiving homeless children and placing them in childless homes, the working staff of the Washington Children's Home Society met in Seattle last week in a conference with Superintendent Covington. The society, which has handled 01A children in the past year, plans still more extensive work, especially in outlying countries. At present the expenses of the society, which is supported by charity, are largely borne by Seattle and Spokane con tributions. During the past twelve years the society has covered the entire st;:te as far as its funds and facilities would permit, and has received and placed in homes children from the various counties in the following numbers: Asotin 1, Benton 3, Clarke 35, Clallam 17, Chehalis 27, Cowlitz 18, Columbia 3, Chelan 4, Franklin 2, Island 4, Jefferson 8, Klickitat 2, Kittitas 9, Kitsap 9, King 450, Lewis 28, Lincoln (j, Mason 5, Okanogan#, P...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 January 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 39 ftILEY KILLED BK TRAIN; IEMAINS interred at his old I ORESON HOME y r. Wiley, was killed by a |La last Fi'id iy afternoon about lf:80 a short distance this side of the junction of the Northern Pacific with S. P- &S. lino. Wiley had E#n living near Wahluke up the river in Douglas county and made final proof on a homestead and had conic down to Kenncwick for the purpose of getting a loan on the property. Iwaited t<> raise $500 ynd talked with Wash Hettinger land others with reference to the matter. Friday forenoon he was inC. A. Lundy's and other real estate offices about town and just before noon left, saying he was go ing to Pasco. Train No. (>, east boond passenger was late and left Ku* Keuncwick station at 1-: 24. Shortly after this time Irwin. Fi.-her walking to Pasco, saw blood on the snow and following the traces, he limnd Wiley's bxly about fifty feet distant from the spot where the train had hit him. Fisher sent word bock to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 January 1909

BEATS THE WORLD Kennewick Valley Improved Lands. 1908 Great Crop Record With ouly $1 mainteance fee, produces $300 to $1500 profit per acre the first year. Where else can you buy such land at $272 per acre on ten years time? Facts== Don't Forget 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 fr< in one pound , of seed on a third of an acre on clover land plowed under and the Lest growth of strawberry plants in the valley. That W. H. Durham plowed under the alfalfa we sold him last winter and produced 800 bushels ot potatoes per acre in 1908. Messrs Folsom, Deiepine and others cleared over $100 per acre the past year from asparagus. That G. Koch shipped the first car load of apples and made over $1200 per acre profit. That $40,000 worth of strawberries wen.' shipped this year, netting many growers over $300 profit per acre. That Rev. ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 January 1909

professional cards I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Embalmer Embalmebs 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 Lawyer, Office in New Hunk Building J. W. CALLICOTTE. . Attorney At Law . Prosecuting Attorney, Kenton Counts Twenty Years I'mctice. Room 8 Taylor l»lk, Prosper, Waxli HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the King Building KEXXEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance KenuewicV, Wash. Offices in C. 0. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Bailding Keuuewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King Bidg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. F. M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon I)i*exHex of Women and Childr«-« » Specialty Hi Keed Building Phone 69.' Dr. F. H. Cc OI b PH YXK IAN & SUKMKON Office over the Columbia Pharmacy I hone 282 House Phoue 4/>3 Kennewick...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 January 1909

FOR SALE 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES MOUNTAIN GROWN ALFALFA SEED BY THE OUNCE OR TON Hamilton Supply Co. The home of the Early White Star THE VALLEY! BARN Livery and. Transfer ' Baggage and Express j; Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. || For Prompt Service call up 142 For First Class Bartering go to SHAFER'S BARBER SHOP Second Street, Kennewick.Wash. BATH ROOMS CLEAN SANITARY HOT and COLD WATER SHOWER BATH EVERYTHING UP TO DATE The U. S. Pomologist Col. G. B. Bracket* says "I am glad to know you are making an extra effort to disseminate Delicious apple. I have always told you I consider it the best of all varieties you have introduced" Do you know Stark Delicious? It is the apple that made the Wenatchee Valley famous horticulturally; the apple that was sold by Oscar Vanderbilt, Hoo'j River, Ore., last year for $6.00 per box; the apple that sold at Hood River this year for $1.00 per box more than any other va riety and the apple that always tops the markets eve...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 January 1909

(5 c ret ( " 1 " wr Pencils, and a g;v.,t assi rum : t of things suitable f<»r men. Afo ** $thing new and desirable in the the way of handsome jewelry Fine repair work on the most de'- icatepieces of Jewelry, Watches,etc. L. R- Whitelock JEWELER Kennewick. - - - Washington THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, January, 1 1909 All Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks at 1-2 Price $8 Cloaks $ 1 $10 Cloaks $5 $12 Cloaks j?(> $20 Cloaks 10 $1G Cloaks §.S Big reduction in ladies' dress goods and shoes J. E. TULL'S ' The Crab Creek coal burns. Main 792. F<»r Rent —Steam-heated office rooms. First International Bank. Why is it everyone wants to trade with Hamilton Supply Co? Postcard views of Kennewick and vicinity for sale at the Kennewick Studio. Lessons given on piano and organ. For particulars address, Ida W. Green, It. F I), Box 17. Itolled Barley 830 per ton at Clias. H. Collins company. Alfalfa seed by t lie It) and ton at —aSilton Supply Co. Single comb white leghorn cocker als for sale. Improve ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 January 1909

LET THE LIGHTS BURN The prospect of gettiig electric J lights in the depot here is not very bright at this time. The matter has been t i ken up and thoroughly pre-' sentcd to the division officials I>3" the Agent, Mr. Tattle and the light cum pany and the officials nfoiesaSd are not able to agree on terms. The only companv under the manage ment of Mr. Cochran offered the com pany a tlat rate of $8 per month for ten 1G candle power lamps. The Yakima Valley Power Co. vvill not make this rate as they figure it would cost much more Hum that amount to run ten lamps, about .f IS or $19 at their regular meter rates The Light Co made an offer of $l. r » per month but the X. F. Company will not pay more than $10 per month. Both parties aver that they have said their last "say" and there you are. Coming Events Cast Their Shadows Before, an l th» sin low <>f a healthy heifer betot-en the coining of plenty of rich, juicy Beef. All our meats are of guaranteed freshness »iud teml» r ness...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 January 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 40 FRUIT GROWERS ELECT STRONG BOARD NEW QUESTIONS WILL BE 6ROT -IP AT ADJOURNED MEETING NEXT TUESDAY The Fruit Growers' Association held their annual meeting in the Club room Monday, January 181} i and the time <>i" the meeting was almost wholly taken up with the election of a hoard of directors and the reading of the report of the sec tary and manager, Jas. A. Rose. The board for the ensuing year will consist of James Johnston, L. A. Peters, G. M. Ann is, S. 11. God frey, E. M. Sly, Christ Kruse and Fay F. Dean. The new board held a meeting in the Odd Fellows' Hall immediately following the election and organized by selecting Fay F. Dean, president and L. V. Peters, vice president. The board will hold another meeting* today, complete the election of ollieers and decide on a number of different questions which will be reported to the ad journed session of the stockholders' meeting next Tuesday, January 2(5, at 1 o'clock p. m. Note the time o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 January 1909

I 5 Acrcs at Kennewick i j 1 BEATS T 1 I gmmvfci n»■ —■in A § ; | Any Job in the World | § kamßnanmml \l : Mildest Winters, Juft the Place | I: for retired farmer, merchant or f a family of small means. J | SNAPS, FOR SALE ONLY BY 0. W. RICH GO. | 50 ACRES, raw, just right for dairy ranch, § at $85.00 per A. 1 20 ACRES, alright for everything at $1 50 | per A. I 5 ACRES, highly improved, inside the city 1 at $1 200 per A. § 19 ACRES, improved, out 2 mi. 380 per A | 1109 ACRES, of Coffin Bros. Island View 1 alfalfa and peach ranch, divided I in 5 and 1 0 acres to suit, on | 250 to $500 cash, balance in § ten years. Price 275 per A. I •I Free Illustrated Price Lift and Booklet. & & g Omar W. Rich In v. Co. | Kennewick, Wash. 1 Don't Borrow your Neighbor's Paper- Subscribe for the "Courier" You Need it. : EPLLJ I I I I □□□ U ttl Si d ij 23d □ Is the Last Day of the Great Sale at H. M. ASHABAUQH & CO.'S j W WE WANT TO CLOSE THIS SUCCESSFUL EVENT BY -j HAVING THE BIGGEST DAY ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 January 1909

fessional cards I.N. Mueller Funeral Director Hmbalmer Embalmers License No. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 R ' _________ C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Pho "office 782 Reriience 783 C. 0. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office 111 New IliiuU Building J.w. CALLICOTTE, . Attorney At Law . proKcuting Attorney, lit-nton Count) Twenty Years Practice. Kooui 3 Taylor lilk, Prosper, Wa.sli HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the King Building KEXNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law • Insurance Kennewick, Wash. Offietsin C. 0. aiuUts >»'s old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney aud Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Building Kennewick, Wash; Practise in All Courts > Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King B\lg. Phone 532. kennewick, WASH. F - M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Waeatteaof Women and Children a Specialty °® Ce Reed Building. I*hone 692 D r- F. H. COONE physician & surgeon ® le<n e r ihe Columbia Pharmacy "hone House l'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 January 1909

FOR SALE 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES MOUNTAIN GROWN ALFALFA SEED BY THE OUNCE OR TON Hamilton Supply Co. The home of the Early White Star THE VALLEY! BARN | I ( I Livery and Transfer ! Baggage and Express ) a Enclosed Bus to Meet ;ill S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. I For Prompt Service call up 142 < For First Class Barbering go to SHAFER'S BARBER SHOP Second Street, Kennewick,Wash. BATH ROOMS CLEAN SANITARY HOT and COLD WATER SHOWER BATH EVERYTHING UP TO DATE Delicious in Montana Read this letter from Mr. R. A. Rollins, a prominent orchardist of the Fathead Valley "Delicious (Stark Delicious) has proven n success with rne and have been booming it for three years. At the State Farmers' Institute Meeting held at Rollins June 26, 1908, at w'lich were present, Hon. Fred Whiteside, Prof. Linfield, Mgr. Experi ment Station, Prof. Wilcox and others, I exhibited Delicious apples as sound as when taken from the trees the previous fall. The flavor was still excellent. 1 have therefore, wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 January 1909

WATCH FOBS Key Chain.-. Ma Mi I'x.xes, C:ga iet Cases, Seal 1 lings, gold an<l sil ver Pencils. and a great assortment of things suitable for men. Also 1-r, rything new and desirable in the the way of handsome jewelry Fine repair work on the most del icate pieces of Jewelry, Watches,etc. L. R- White lock JEWELER Kennewick. - - - Washington THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, January, 22 1909 The Crab Creek coal burns. Main 792. Why is it everyone wants to trade with Hamilton Supply Co? Wanted—to buy a light farm wag .ou for cash. Hotel Kennewick. A good woman cook wanted. Best of wages. Inquire of The Courier. For Rent—Steam-heated office 1 rooms. First International Bank. } Team cheap, weight, about 2400; six and seven years. Call at Courier Office. P, M. Smithers from Seattle the first of the week looking after pro perty matters. For Sale—33oo pound team, and harness at a bargain. Address tie Herald, Pasco. For Sale—2lo smudge pots at 10c each, cost new 21e each. li.L. Stroth min. Kennewic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 January 1909

Watch This SPACE FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENT l w I I Mora in & hi awes Phone 112 Kennewick, Washington Interior Decorating Company KENNEWICK'S OiNLY PAINT STORE Complete Line of Paints, Oils, V arnishes, Etc. A\ e paint houses that stay painted, an<l give a guarantee with every job. We paint Signs, etc, do Tinting, Varnishing, "Hardwood Finishing, Grain ing, Paperhanging, in fact, we do everything to wards making your home beautiful. (No dope goes into any of our paints.) Estimates furnished for all classes of work. Phone Main 394 T. H. IRVIN, Manager Dealers lb***®? BL* -.sfe -y *> - - "I am sending you two views of my exhibit at the Lcwiston-Clark ston Fair which took Hr:rt prize. llcpo you h:wo r< ad some of the iii o tilings said about the display. V.'e took f.r ton C r' 11 Truck, iso doubt Mr. Nowtan, Secretary, has so notil'.ed you. I mado a special of an acre exhibit. I can safely say that it takes a lot of my time since tbo fair showing the many that come how I have my...

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