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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 March 1909

IMPROVED METHOD OF FRUIT-HANDLING Consider what it would mean to the world if there such be such a revolution in methods of handling and shipping that the finest table grapes, peaches :i orients, straw berries. and other delicate but de licious horticultural products could he transported from their native vineyards orchards and berry patch es to the remotest markets in per fect condition. It may seem at first but a little thing to the unitiated; in reality, it is one of the greatest problems of the new century. Setting aside the benefit to the consumer, IV-r we all appreciate the advantage of having plenty of ripe fruit just as good and probably just as cheap as if raised in the country adjacent to one's place of residence, consider what it would mean to the world's com merce. Fruit culture at this day is universal, so that every section of the country would benefit. But some sections are better suited to fruit-growing than others, and cer tain fruits grow well or attain their best ...

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. — 5 March 1909

I [| i' p%|w 1 , $( 1 Discriminating buyers will find spread before them | 7;'/;:. v/| }d\ : j 1 in our store such a array of values as cannot _be |1 y W#w, 1 ; i J found in any other establishment in this city. We ; ,. t !|jy -V) J|/ J| buy the best for the best. Not an item has been re- ifvSk\ V produced from last year. We have obeyed the lat- / 7 / — est mandates of fashion in selecting our lines. Our |U |) styles are not jaded styles. We can gratify those hardest to suit. We shall be pleased to have you >"" v |~| \ *• partake of our spring fashion feast. Women Like These New Shoes Our spring styles in women's footwear is making a Kit. They're smart, stylish, handsome and above all comfortable. That's a combination that is sure to meet the ap proval of every woman. The first time you are in the store visit the shoe section and see them. It is worth while, even though you don't select yours yet. Prices are very modest ranging from $2.00 to $4.00 Our Muslin Department Hundreds o...

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. — 5 March 1909

A BIS CHANGE FOB GRAFT In the optical l.usiitrs* there are a lni,,<t unlimited opportunities to graft and swindle the people who are obliged to patronise the optician an d the temptation is too great for many, an.l they take advantage of the peopled ignorance in this line atl( l r «'l> them without mercy. If you .".re in in -d of anything in j„ this inc. he sine to get my prices before you hny. 1 will examine your eyes free of charge and guaran tee to lit you perfectly or your mon ey refunded. A large stock of lenses always on hand. L. R. Whitelock JEWELER— Kcnnewick. - - - Washington ############# IPeople You Know# # r # Friday, March 5, 1909 Kuppeniikmer elot lies are the best. Kanch for rent. S:v John F. Sli'ifer. Fresh garden seeds f<>r sale at Howe's hardware. Wolk Over shoes are the best —try them. Shanafelt & Sons. (jeorge and Charlie Richards are seriously sick with pneumonia. Wanted —to buy a farm wag ou for cash. Hotel Keiinewick. For Kent —Steam-heated off...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 March 1909

WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE Coming Week of Session Finds Legislature With Much Work Unfinished. SESSION ENDS MARCH 11 Estimated Appropriation* Will Ag gregate More Thau $7,000,000, While Revenues Will He About $■4,300,000—Wi1l Probably Com promise on Local Optiou Bill— Labor Bills Get Small CousiJer atiou—Will Not Kernuve Capitol 1-roiu Olympla. Olympia, March 2. —The legisla ture has now been in session seven weeks, but. aside from the passage of the anti-racetrack gambling bill and the woman suffrage bill, little or no legislation of great importance to the state at large has been en acted. The session will close March 11, so but eight working days re main. Much may be accomplished during the remaining days of the session, however, if both houses get down to systematic business-like methods and cut out the oratory. It is very evident that consider able pruning will be necessary to bring the appropriations within the estimated revenues of the stale. Ap propriations and estimaced needs o...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 March 1909

Do You Need an Abstract <J JJT \\ e have just completed full photographic rcc- J. olds of the original records of Klickitat, Kitii- | tas. Yakima and Benton Counties and cnn tarnish I abstracts to any real property in each of these eoun- I tics. Our l'rosser office attends to a!! abstract work e<i in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten- | tion. Prices reasonable. ? Consolidated Abstract Co. i ' n>?s « £ 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 <r "I am sending you two views of my exhibit at the Lewiston-Clark- Bton Fair which took first prize. llcpo you have read some of the nice tilings said about the display. \."o took f;r:-t on Garden Truck. _ No doubt ilr. Newton, Secretary, has so notified you. I made a special...

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

FEED DEPARTMENT We made an exception ally good buy on rolled barle) getting 10 cars be fore the raise and can furn ish you for the next 30 days all you want. 2 cars in this week. Bran - - - - 90c Shorts - - - 1.80 Mill Feed - - 1.25 Our pr'ces on all kinds poultry supplies can not be beaten as we buy in car lots where other merchants buy by the sack. VVe want your business we are able to take care of it no matter how much or how little. We are positively the only distributing house in this line in the territory write us and call and get prices in large or small quantities. We not only sell you your seeds but buy back your pro duce after grown. What else is fairer. This is going to be a good year for potatoes. Next to The BRUNSWICK cigars Post Office Tobacco Furnished BILLIARDS and POOL .no Rooms c g TR) pp & SON> p rops . Soft Drinks THE LOCAL FIELD 11. A. Howe is building a new resi dence In the Beach addition, adjoin lug Ills father's, Oscar Howe. It will be a seven room tw...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 March 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 47 DEMONSTRATION TRAIN MAKES GOOD START BIG CROWD, CLOSE ATTENTION AND EAGER QUESTIONS The first Farmers and Fruit Growers Demonstaation train from the State College, arrived here on time Tuesday and the train had hardly stopped when R. W. Thatch er, Director of the Washington Ex periment Station, began talking ex plaining the purpose and equipment of the train. After the preliminary he devoted his remarks to the subject of fer tilizers. Analysis of soils received from no greater distance than two mile* from Kennewick, showed that fertilizers could 1* used with profit on our high priced lands to increase the growth and yield. More straw berries will grow and ripen if a fer tilizer is used. The first one recom mended was dried blood in the quantity of 400 to 500 pounds to the acre. It will increase the nitro gen supply. It will increase the foliage growth of the strawberry plant especially. The plant and trees grown for profit are very large potash...

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. — 12 March 1909

Do You Need an Abstract #JT \\ e have just completed full photographic rec- '■ ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti- i tas, Yakima and Kenton Counties and can furnish <, abstracts to any real property in each of these coun- j' ties. Our Prosper office attends to all abstract work V in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten- > tion. Prices reasonable. I Consolidated Abstract Co. Prosser I 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 Haggacce and Express j; Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. jj For Prompt Service call up 142 , SOW GOOD SEEDS —--- w tmmw g*t»blUhed ISBS Dealers w JH ■ 89 nR JB "I am sending you two views of my exhibit at the Lewiston-Clark fit on Fair which took first prize. Hope you have read some of the nice things said about tbe display. V.'e took first on Garden Truck. No doulit Jlr. Nawton, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 March 1909

Childrens' Hose 17ic Positively the best hose ever placed on the market, every pair built for hard knocks 1 *7 J_ Aetter than others sell at 25c, our price ■ / 2 24,000 Pounds, I 2 ton, an entire carload of women's, misses' and children's hose. The largest shipment ever made to any retail store in the United States. Stretch your imagination until it snaps and you cannot realize the capacity of a big boxcar when it comes to hosiery counted in pairs; enough to last Kennewick at its present size for 100 years. Buying in such enormous quantities direct from the companj which controls the entire output of many large facrories secures for our storesr (the Carr Combine) the greatest price concessions ever accorded any store in the west. Our advantage is your advantage. We want your business and propose to get it by offering you not only hosiery but everything in our line at a less price than any merchant who goes it alone can buy at - Ladies,' Boys and Misses' Hose 25 dozen splendid qualit...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 March 1909

' IVIiU It seems that each shipment received brings prettier hats. Thev are lovely this season—too much so to describe. There is a great variety of styles—so many that all can find their liking. Muslin Underwear You should see the beautiful gar ments we are showing. P>y far the larg est line we have ever displayed. The New Combination Suit Corset Cover and Drawers —and Cor set Cover and Skirt are very popular and convenient. We are showing them in three grades, each neatly trimmed and of good quality material. 85c. 1 25 it 2. THE SPRINTER-KICKER A shoe that will make your child hap pv. Tough Soles; Extra Toe Cap. Best wearing upper leather; no nails to hurt the feet. Price 1.75 to 2.00 K. T. Co. Men's HATS Former Price $3! All Styles, Sizes and Colors! Come In, We Can Fit You! Kennewick Trading Co. no N'T PEAD THIS f YOU MKiHT HAVE something that needs 44 fixin\ " Any ol<l thing from a bahv carriage to an automobile; from an electric door be I! to a trolley car REPAIRED. MECHA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 March 1909

A BIG CHANCE FOR GRAFT In the optical business there are almost unlimited opportunities to graft and swindle the people who are obliged to patronise the optician and the temptation is too great for many, and they take advantage of the people's ignorance in this line and r>!> them without mercy. If you are in need of anything in in this line, be sure to get my prices U'fore von buy. I will examine your eyes free of charge and guaran tee to fit you perfectly or your mon ey refunded. A large stock of lenses always on band. L. R. Whitelock JEWELER Kennewick, ... Washington ############# gPeople You Know| ## ########### Friday, March 12,1909 Mrs. J. H. Gravenslund is ill. Real Roslyn luino coal at $7 50 per ton at the St. Paul & Tacomtt Lum ber Co F. G Stale.v, deputy assessor, has been at work this week, assessing the business section of Kennewick. Good alfalfa, loose or baled, for sale. H. B. Hauey. Mrs. H. W DesGranges and duuuh ter Grave were down from Itockford spending a ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 March 1909

REAL ESTATE TRNASFRS For eastern Ronton County as re ported by the Kennewlck Abstract Co. from Feb. 20th to 27th, Rtu'.t. t Benton Water Co. to .1 F. Rnr master, war deed, fr. e l , nwjj sec 14 it I'B ."?1 0< Benton Water Co. to J E Rur m.-tster, war, deed, lor ;{, *»u; 10, Ist add to Richland lUO tt< 1 | J. E. Shannon et nx to Joseph k Gernnrds, war deed, tract 10, I Kennewlck Gardens, of sec 36- 0 20. E W M, 5000 ik Rose Rauuh'iian et vlr to Mary F Iteetz. contract, tracts "C" &"U"of Welsel's Add to Ken newick, Wash, wltu water 1370 0< (Tw in < it>• Telephone <'oto A F \ Rrowu. war. deed. Lot 3. blk 3 !'i N. I*. I. t'o'b l,i Add, to KennewlcK $l.u< A L Meiihiuick et tix to Lloyd R Simmons, war deed, lots :i and 4, blk 1, MeiiliiiiicK's Add to Kennewlck. 300.01 Hov 1 iiv Co to C. H. Deighton, war deed 4 ■> acres in lot li. of sec 7 *-30, E W M, with water right, 1166.6; A H. Pott ret nx to Gottltib Gftrlier, war deed. Fr, tract "H" in N P. 1. Co's Amende...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 March 1909

PROFESSIONAL CA RD> I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Hmbalmer Embalmers License No. IIS Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. O. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office In New Hank Building J. W. CALLICOTTE, . Attorney At-Law I'roxecutitig Attorney, Benton County Twenty Years Practice. K<>oiu 3 Taylor bib, Prosper, Wash HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kennewick, Wash. Offices in. C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office np-Malrs in Anion Httilding 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 S|>ecialty office in Bauk Building. Phone 593 Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over the International Bank Phone 2*2 Kennewi...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 March 1909

Early White Star Seed Potatoes There is only one Early White Star Seed Potato and we have got them. We grew our seed on non-irrigated land in the north. Better Seed you cannot buy Best By Test. They are the h3st shippers grown. We bought ten cars of rolled barley see us before you buy, »e can save you money SEEDS Garden, Field and Flower We pay CASH for Eggs Eggs HOVER NOTES A Austin lias sold his orchard tract In the southern part of tow u for #700 per acre. He height, the land from the Hover Land Company in lilOo for JCIOO per acre. Mr. Austin has had the largest crops of strawberries in tldsi part or the valley for the past two years. Mrs Hess has opened her boarding house on 4th Street. Messrs. Sheppard and Cassln of Spokane were the guests of the Khs' Sunday. Angus Hay, of the "White Bluffs Spokesman" is spending a few days with the Stretchberry's. Win. Mason, of Pendleton, arrived Monday and will spend some days In town looking after his interests here. Mr. and Mrs, Hickey. wh...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 March 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII- NO. 48 MOWN WILL BUILD COMBINED HOTEL ANO STORE ROOM J. W. Brown will erect a large Lncrete building on his lots at the corner of Washington and Second streets, ft have a <>1 foot front |ge on Second and extend back ing Washington Street, a depth of 1)8 feet. Plans for a full basement cut up into rooms for offices, barber shops and baths, have already l>een prepared and bids an- being receiv ed for tne excavation and building , t he foundation walls. Tho first ioor will have a store room on the comer, 3ix7S feet and remaining frontage of 30 feet will be taken up with the hotel corridor and office. The second floor will have the hotel parlor and guest rooms. In the rear of the store room and the office will be the hotel dining room extending fie entire width of the building. The store room will have 1G foot ceiling and a balcony will surround considerable of the sides. The cost >«( the structure will be between $S,(XX) and 818,000. While it...

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. — 19 March 1909

i Do You Need an Abstract q I tfTT We have just completed full photographic rec- > » Til ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti- 1 tas, Yakima ami Benton Counties and can furnish « | abstracts to anv real property in each of these conn- JL ► ties. < )ur Prosser office attends to ail abstract work V > in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten- > i tion. Prices reasonable. < Consolidated Abstract Co. } ' mseet ; I FOR SALE 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES MOUNTAIN GROWN ALFALFA SEED BY THE OUNCE OR TON Hamilton Supply Co. The home of the Rarly White Star THE VALLEY! BARN | Livery and Transfer N < l and Express < Enclosed Bus to Meet nil S. P. and »S. Trains and all Boats. j For Prompt Service call up 142 < GOOD SEEDS sendin~ you two views of my exhibit at the Tjewiston-Clark b:f..< I 'mrvrkich took first prize. l-'cj)e you have rru<J some of the nice t. . .•: 1 about the display. V.'o took £r:t or •Ivden Truck. No doubt Mi. Kowtow, Secretary, has ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 March 1909

rrtUMNli POINTS. Herefli'P a few fruit tree pruning rules: Trim a little every ye, r» rather than much in any one year, p, trees require more pruning than most trees; at least one-half of the new growth should lw removed each season. Cherry trees require the least pruning; moiely cut out dead, broken or ''crossed" limbs. Other trees need a judicious thin ning out and, sometimes, cutting hack. If two branches interlock, remove the smaller one. Avoid cutting so as to leave "stub" ; make neat cuts close to union; paint all large wounds. Be chary of cutting off large limbs; if it must be done, aaw on under side first, partly thru, and then saw from above. Prune now or in June. Spring trimming induces wood growth; June trim ming induces fruit growth. Which do you want? (Note: On young trees you should'• want only wood growth until they are of good size and fully able to endure the strain of fruit bearing.) —From Farm Journal. REAL ESTATE TRNASFRS For eastern Benton County aa re ported by...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 March 1909

More Spring Suits Just Received Prices very reasonable. $13.50 to $27.50. We are showing some very handsome suits in the most popular spring fabrics and styles. The jackets are mostly 34 and 36 in. long, are semi fitted hipless models. They are splendidly tailor ed in serges, novelty stripes, fancy worsteds, and plain panamas. Am Let Your Boy IgpP' Climb Trees It won't hurt him, especially if he wears a pair of Holland Shoes. They v ill shtand the racket. Made in all styles and in all leathers. Just bring your boy to our store and we will show you the best shoe made. Prices will please. K. T. Co. DID YOU Si SHIRT WAISTS on our Bargain Countsr ? Some of them are slightly soiled, but the price we have on them will cover a multi tude of sins. J ONLY A FEW of those $3.00 Men's Hats left, but we have C" your size, a|t = = Kennewick Trading Co. no N'T PEAD THIS f YOU MIGHT HAVE something that needs "fixiiv. " Any old thing from a babv carriage to an automobile; from an electric door bell ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 March 1909

A BIG CHANGE FOB GRAFT In the optical business there are almost unlimited opportunities to graft and swindle the people who are obliged to patronise the optician and the temptation is too great for many, and they take advantage of the people's ignorance in this line and rob them without mercy. If you are in need of anything in in this line, be sure to get my prices before you buy. I will examine your eyes free of charge and guaran tee to fit you perfectly or your mon ey refunded. A large stock of lenses always on hand. L. R. Whitelock JEWELER Kennewlck. - - - Washineton Friday, March 19,1909 J Silvers has leased the two Staafer r&uelies for the coming season. Mrs. C. Staser is visiting In Ritz tllle this week. Wallace Duncan has gone to Port land. Oregou on a prospecting trip. V. M. Smith Is now living in the Conway house on the river bank. J. M.Tresenrlter, Monday complet ed the work of assessing his district and hits turned in his books. Mis* Ida Perry substituted for one of t...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 March 1909

GORDON MAY BE EXONERATED SAID TO HAVE MADE FRIENDS WITH GREAT NORTHERN. MOVE WILL BLOCK PROBE Railroad Company Declares Itself Indebted to Former Counsel for $16,000. Spokane, Wash., March 16.—A re port that the Great Northern Rail road officials and M. J. Gordon, its former counsel, now under investi gation on the charge that he tamp ered with a member of the state su preme court, have reached an under standing which will acquit him and also stop further Investigation has been discussed in higher places for several days. The general tendency since Presi dent Louis Hill declined to see Depu ty Prosecutor Webster at St. Paul lias been to give credence to thi3 ru mor. The basis of accord between Judge M. J. Gordon and the Great North ern railway, it is alleged on reliable information, is about as follows: That a later investigation of Judge Gordon's accounts with the company shows that he has paid all accounts for which he drew money to settle; that after all deductions are made and a...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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