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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 December 1909

VE 0/(LY WISH FOR YOU TO CO AC YOU WILL lAt OUR STORE I/iTO OUR STORE j?/(B LET OUR "PRICES AtOT O/ILY VHE/t YOU SEE SPECMLS >!B- T^LK ' VE Mi4KE PRIeE§ REj4SOMBLE VERTISEB. BUT WHENEVER YOU rtEEB WHILE GOODS j4RE I/{ SE:^SO/{ ' th^t s jMYTHIAG COME TO US .MB FEEL SURE WHY WE DO LOTS OF BUSINESS .MBHJJVE OA WHATEVER YOU BUY THE PRICE CUSTOMERS WHO Hj4VE MITH M US. WILL BE RIGHT. This and next week's Prices Talk loud at our store, We fIB9K have loads of Xmas goods that must be given room. The heavier goods must go. ' Ladies' Suits At About HALF We will close out the balance of our Ladies' Suits at low prices. There are some splendid numbers —all new Fall slv les and nicely tailored. $ I •"> Suits reduced to $8.85 16 75 Suits reduced to 8,98 22.50 Suits reduced to 13i75 24.75 Suits reduced to 14.85 30.00 Suits reduced to 18.45 42.'30 Suits reduced to 22.50 Shoe Bargains $6 High Top Shoes $3.85 35 pair in this lot, tan or black, Goodyear welt, I 2 inches high. F.very pair in perf...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 December 1909

Supplement to the KENNEWICK COURIER. Dec. 3,1909 IFINLEY ITEMS Mrs. L. Warden daughter of Mr. jß d Mrs. L Heddington returned to ln>r home in Idaho the first of the *eek Mr. and Mrs Koger and daughter Cvaupeut Thanksgiving wit* Mr. *ii<l Mrs. Farthing in Walla Walla Mrs. M. E. Lewis and family are enjoying a visit with her daughter Mattle. Geo. Finiey aud Edwin Angell were In Pasco on business Tuesday. 0. W. Rich and Mr. Priest were looking over the valley Wednesday. D. D. Moreland went to Pasco Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs N. C. Bowles are en joying a visit with their cousin Mrs. Anderson and baby from Salt Lake. Word was received from Mrs. Fred Webster now In Owens Vallev Calif Informing us that she ts improving in health and likes the couutry. Come! to the "Old Maids Conven tion." at Finle.v Hail Saturday even ing. Mrs Alvin Fisher received word of the death of her mother Mrs Sarah E Jack-on at TnMiMred, Kansas. She died on Tuesday Noveinlier 23d Mrs Jackson wa* well know...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 December 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIII. NO. 31 THE CITY ELEC TION RESULTS RICHARDS, REED AND CHURCH WIN OUT-JOHNSON FOR TREASURER I The city election Tuesdya was 1 warmly contested and a total of 171 I votes polled out of a registration of 220. Ricnards led with'a vote of 154 and Reed was close second 140 having been scratched in favor Kruse and Church by a few. Mon ... day,it became known that stickers - • would lie in the field and that the same people who put Kruse in two years ago were uniting to beat him this year. And was easily for. - seen the night of the caucus J. L. Johnson was to run on stickers for treasurer. The last named was an easy winner. The Krtjse-Church light was however a face from start to finish. During the entire count lead alternated back and forth with the difference usually about 2 votes. Finally the count was concluded and the result of Church 90 and Kruse 89 announced. Some dis cussion arose in the election board about countingseveral ballots which had the stic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 December 1909

!; CONSOLIOIITED ABSTRACT S TITLE COMPANY ( : ... INCORPORATED . . . \ \V/E hnven fac simile eopy of the records , * * of B«'iiton county, and th»> most complete I abstracting plant in t lip count y. Offices in Court House Building, Prosper. J.H.HINSDALE, .'. Local Manager Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells Everything^ Everything in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty KENNE WICK DRAY LINE IT. K. BEACH, I'ROP. TRANSFER & DELIVERY FURKITITRK ATSTI) PIANO MOVING A. SPECIAI.TV AT.T. Onr)EB8 PROMPTI.Y ATTENDED TO ONE 882 Da Saftee Raz' Th/l CIUa We don't claim • had a gooda customer I lIC Llllv Come I ree time wek for shave: ■ to be the au- Bimel >y *> e g at,a *>«»' ,ead K/trnPr Idea for wanta save. UMI UVI thorof this poem, "'Can't pay for shave free time a week," I Cfl AH . One day to me he says: «J 11V I# but it SeemS that "[)L< week w'en payday com' I gat Closes at 7p. m. For me do saftee raz'." _ It expresses our He no com' een my shop I theenk, except Sat., lIKJU For one wee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 December 1909

LIVESTOCK association A I Spokane January 4th and sth •The Washington Livestock As pjufction will meet in Spokone Jan pzj 4 and 5. President Bryan of pjllman will open the program and Bryon Hunter of Walla Walla will r y*k on "Economical Pork Pro duction on the Farm." Praetical Live Stock Investigations by Prof. W. Thatcher, "Feeding Steers" md the Future Prospect of the gbeep Industry and an address by Professor McDonald oj the depart »eot of Animnl Husbandry at Pull man are some of the numbers on the, program which will be interest ing and arouse plenty of discission. SWITCHMEN STRIKE STILL ON There seems to be no immediate prospect of settlement of the switch men's strike which affects all roads running out of St. Paul. The pre fers of arbitration thru the Inter state Commerce Commissiont have fallen thru and there seems to be no prospect of agreeing on the wages between the Union represent tatives and the Board of Managers of the Roads. The Northern Paci fic is moving an occasio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 December 1909

>< " I - /tOT DELAY BUYIrtG YOUR VIATER VRyJP >WD DIMINISH. jMD MSTE./1D OF A CH>MCE TO WMw^Wm fTh "PICK OUT" YOU WISH YOU WILL H>IVC TO "PICK WiW&Wv "»>- •/ OVER" VMT OTHETS kE>IVE. MOST kl/tES JIRE COM- l|p' ' PkETE-WITH PRICES CUT MEJIRkY Irt TWO. COjITS. % !?,/ SUITS, FURS AHD WIrtTER GOODS v4RE MOVMG OUT ' 'ill j MST. WE SEkk MOrtE BUT GOOD GOODS. ■ t =====^^ $14.85 Ladies' Tailored Suits, worth $24.7 5 TRIMMED HATS AT HALF PRICE He Each for ladies' fine Swiss hand kerchiefs, regular price 15 cents. We are Headquarters for Santa Claus Every Boy and Girl is more than welcome In our store these days. There are so many interesting things to look at. You would think Santa Claus had left nearly his entire load with us. «J Have you seen t'.e fine little Donkey that we are going to give away Xmas eve? He is as meek as a lamb—and strong—any child can ride him and he is worth $20.00. With every 25c purchase of TOYS you get a number which entitles you to a chance...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 December 1909

IT TEWELRY J FOR PRESENTS Many gift seekers, during the Holiday Season are TnC not decided as to just what they desire to purchase. Gift There is no line of goods more appropriate or , more appreciated by the StOrC recipient than JEWELRY We have prepared for this season a most attractive and comprehensive line of Jewelry, Sil verware, etc. Many suggestions in our catalog. If you have not received one drop us a card and .*re will mail you Stock's Jewelry= T sroßE T §#<§>######<§ jPeople You Know| ###########<§)<§> Friday, Dec. 10, 1909 Mrs. A, Kolb-visited her brother J. P. Flynn and family at North Yakima. Mr. aiul Mrs. H. M. Asbbaugh Went to Walla Walla Tuesday even ing 011 business. Mrs. J. E. Shlnn is quite seriously 111 at the Jennings Hospital but is slightly better at this time. . Mrs. A It. Gardner and mother, Mrs. Klrkland, are visiting at the old family home at Wallowa Oregon. Agent E. L lloppel reports the following changes in time card No. 259 arrives at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 December 1909

THE PARCELS POST Few more important question? are likely toeomc before Congress this Winter than the parcels post. Will our Government provide the people of the United States with the same facilities for the delivery of goods and literature that the people of other civilized countries enjoy, or will it not? On its face, this question may appear a littlt dull. We readily admit that it ap peals to the intelligence rather than to the tender emotions, hut for all that, it goes down pretty ne«ir t< the root of our institutions. I* raises a uumher of auxiliary in quiries, some of which Congressmer may tind it embarrassing to answer it the parcels post should be post poned again. For example, peoph will be prompted to ask for whai purpose? the Government exists. L it to serve the interests of half f dozen express companies, or of tin American people? The lack gf parcels post make; citizens everywhere dependent or the express for the delivery of al goods which are not carried bj freight....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 December 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS! TirN. Mueller I HUHHI ' ; Funeral Director Hmbalmer EMBALMERS License No. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 Residence Phone 953 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon > Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Residence 783 ANDERSON & MARSHALL Lawyers Office In New Bank Building C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Intenational Bank Notary Public • Practice in all state and United States Courts. Kennewick, 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 ap-stairs in Amon Building Kennewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Or. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist »tfice in King Bldg Phone 532. C'K WASH VI CRU»S i * VI.U..G M. Physician and Surgeon •«*■- of Women .mi<! < 'liiMrm h. Specialty offl.* in Batik Building Phone 5»" Kennewick Lodge, F. & A. M. Meets first and third Wedn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 December 1909

EASTERN STAR ELECTION Alma Chapter Order of Eastern i Star held its annual election of , ollieers Tuesday evening and the! following selections were made: — Worthy Matron, Mrs. Margaret (larber; Associate Matron, Mrs. Ada Johnson; Worthy I'atron, ( has Conway; Conductress, Miss Mae Sereoinbe; Associate Conductress, Mrs. Sarah I'allister; Secretary, Mif?s Libbie Vaughn; Treasurer, Mrs. H H. Humphrey. After the election of officers an informal banquet was spread which all en joyed. Toasts were responded to hy Mrs. M. O. Klitten, Mrs. Mar garet Garber,Matron elect in regard to the work of the coining year, Mrs. Sadie Conway, Mrs. Frank Emigh and others. The new officers will he installed at the next meet ing Tuesday evening December 21. The new officers plan to make 1910 the best in the history of the East ern Star, ALBURTY GOES TO 0. C, I E. M. Albnrty who is well known j here as cashier of tlie St.. Paul yard has gone to Vancouver, B. C. to make his home. Tie has purchased an interes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIII. NO. 35 {DOWERS ORGANIZE TO PROTECT THE VALLEY FRUIT CROP ||8 MEETIN6 HEARS MASTERLY TALKS, ELOQUENT WITH FACTS COMMITTEES APPOINTED. MANY HEATERS INSPECTED. The largest mass meeting ever as sembled in Kennewick with a com mon purpose met at the Pavilion Wednesday afternoon to hear Man ager E. M. Sly report on his Grand Junction trip and an address by Commissioner Iluntley on the frost fighting question. Without delay the meeting organ ized by electing Fay F. Dean, chair man and G. M. Annis, secretary. The chairman briefly stated his faith in the Kennewick Valley as a I fruit country and Mr. Sly was in- I troduced. "To convince you that I the fruit crop of the Kennewick Valley can be taved by orchard heating as thoroly as I myself was convinced of that fact by my visit to Grand Junction, is my purpose* ', p*id the speaker. The four hun dred men present leaned forward with alert attention. "I desire to do this by a plain statement of facts without any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

coram mistiiict (title coiapmr . . . INCORPORATED . . . IV/E have a fac-aimile copy of the records * * of Benton county., and the most complete abstracting plant' in the county. Offices in the Court House Building, Prosser. J.H.HINSDALE, .\ Local Manager Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells Everything*^ Everything in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty KTasnsricwicK DRAY LINK: 11. K. REACH, PROP. TRANSFER & DELIVERY FIJ RNITUHB AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY AIX ORDERS PROMPTLY a Itenoeii to one sea life don't claim n, * d a «"•** cu " m "' The EtitC WW Come tree time wek tor shave: « to he the au- Bimeby he gatta een hees he*d DfIFDCT Idea for wanta save, thor of thispoem, "Can't pay for shave t'ree time a week." Cl%/\ f% . . .. . One day to me he says: *311VIJ but it seems that "Dis week w'eo payday com" I gat Closes at 7p. m. For me do saitee raz'." . c - ,n.*n it expresses our He no com' een my shop I theenk, except S . For one week, maybe two; _ _ _ sentiments; so we 1 P i fLa'do** 1 "' I f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

plain FACTS ON FROST FIGHTING HMD VALLEY BANK CASHIER {IVES STORY OF CAMPAIGN November 30th, 1909. Mr. E- M. Sly, Dear Sir:— I have your favor of the 23rd glfcjng tor a letter outlining my observations and conclusions in re ference to orchard heating in the Grand Valley. Our fruit growers have just com pleted harvesting one of the best general crops that the Valley has produced and we all feel that it is very largely due to the manner in which the orchards were taken care <.f thru a very severe freeze during the last week of April. Pnriivi.ur recent visit to the Gi: V i«y \ u undoubtedly ifiirned that the year 1908 was prac tically a failure with our fruit grow ers as they experienced, early in that Spring, a four days freeze. However, there were a very few of our fruit growers who had prepared pome plan of heating their orchards one in particular had covered ten acres of his twenty acre orchard with oil heaters and for four nights foQght the frost in this manner and as » result ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

- variety of useiul pre^enti^^ 1 beerfa-ti/ul gi/+^. Jpp. v - ~ ■ I v' -*£ - __—„ —.— - • :-r*B-, \ ~ - ' 'X, :Y, f : *'i ! YOU WISH TO GIVE YOUR FAMILY JMD FRIErtDS PRESEAITS V '4"3fsSS> " ' THi«T WILL PLEASE THEM. IT IS GROVIAiC VERY TO .V ' ! CHRISTMAS. LEST THE VERY TKMG YOU WISH WILL BE Vs r / ~ "■ It I I' X V 1 - \ - ' I "if ~' ,> C CO/IE. BOA T YOU THIAUC YOU'D BETTER BUY YOUR PRESENTS V ";tV^ r , AlOW? BESIDES YOU KrtOV OUR SjILES PEOPLE >IRE AtOT SO -f <C , )" ' RUSHED AIOV M THEY VILL BE OAt THE FEW Dj4YS BEFORE ( ' J o .. Ji Ps CHRIST/MS. l o-,," -C opy r 1^ M f 1 °)"S | -7? v^b« - U ■ ~ — ~ — _N.Y. Fine Hosiery For gifts to father, mother or child, "EVERWEAR" guaranteed hosiery, comes put up 6 pairs in a box. Six pair are guaran teed to wear 6 months without holes For Men—Colors: black, green, gray, tan. Box of six pair $1.50 For Women—Colors: black or tan Box of six pairs $2.00 For Boys—"Black Cat'' stocking best made, per pair 25c For Girls—=-'Black Cat'' s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

j Making Money On the Farm XIV.— Poultry—The Ques tion of Breed By C. V. GREGORY, Author of "Home Course In Modern Agriculture" Copyright. 1909, by Americin Pre** Association - THERE are breeds, varieties and strains of poultry almost with out end. To the beginner in poultry culture the question of ffhich one to select is a puzzling one, and the older poultry men often won der it they would not do better to change breeds. The purpose for which chickens are kept will determine which class of fowls is best. As to the varieties within that class, it is largely a matter of individual prefer ence. A brief description of some of the leading varieties may be of help In making a selection. The General Purpose • Breeds. Chickens may be grouped into fojtr general classes: (1) General purpose breeds; (2t meat breeds; (3) laying breeds; (4i ornamental breeds. The aim of the breeders of general pufpose fowls is to combine laying and meat prouueing ability to the greatest ex tent possible. The ge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

PROFESS I 3NAL CARDS I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Erabalmer Embalmers License No. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day "Store Phone 302 Residence Phone 953 v V. Delepi ne Physician and Surgeon JfHce in Reed Building Ph • offico /32 Resi ience 783 ANDERSON & MARSHALL Lawyers ortice In New Bank Building C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Intenational Bank Notary Public Practice in all state and United States Courts. Kennewick, 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 up-stairs in Amon Building Kennewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King B!dg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. F. M.CROSBY, M.D.,C.M. Physician and Surgeon ,ui<l < 'J»ilrtr«-i> . .SpwHalty •>rh<-r in Bauk Kuilding Phone 593 Kennewick Lodge, F. & A. M. Meets first and third Wednesdays in every ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

I'VKTOR Machines and Supplies A nice present for Christmas Come to Stock S gift store for presents for all. CJ A good place for late buyers. Stock's Jewelry^o'kT §############ •People You Know| f############ Friday, Dec. 17, 1909 Miss Ivy Phelps is teaching school midway between Hanford and Willie Bluffs. R. 0. Soth was down.Suuday from Ijminingham for a brief visit with Ills brother and family. K. I). Sinclair is the second trick Aerator at N. P depot, coming here from Ib'Za, east of Ellensburg. J. Sercombe returned Friday even ing from Spokane where he has been hiking treatment Id the Washington Snultarlum. Mr. and Mrs. George Crutch field wefe In Prosser the first of the week where they were witnesses lu the Heath case in court. M4ss Marion Leitch is down from hw homestead at White Bluffs for a few days visiting friends and having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crouse left Tues day for Wisdom, Montana, where ' they will spend thewluterand where l(r. Crouse has employment. E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

ENGINEER RICE TALKS KLICKITAT PROJECT Most Expensive Private Irrigation pro- JeH Yet I'oiler taken "The plans of the company con template immense reservoir?. The lower water flow of the Klickitat river is insufficient to irrigate these lands', bnt we propose to construct great storage basins on the upper Klickitat to retain 150,000 acre feet of water and to otherwise conserve the water so as to provide 300,000 acre feet, and this stored water will be available for irrigation equally with that appropriated, so that the company can safely sell water to the limit of the capacity of the canal.f ' It is already known that the de tailed estimate of cost of the com plete system will aggregate l>etween $12,000,000 and $15,000,000, which is considered the most expensive system of any private project ever undertaken in irrigable lands in the northwest. The irrigable land un der the ditch in Klickitat county extends from the Columbia river north 15 miles and eist from a point near Dot to th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

Furs for Xmas Furs for the Mother, Furs for the Girl, Furs for the Baby; Neck furs, shoulder furs, pil low muffs, rug muffs; it makes no difference what you want to pay, we can save for you. Buy now and buy at Lynch's Kid Gloves for Xmas Kid Gloves for the ladies and the Gentlemen. The kind we guarantee. All the new Fall and winter shades. Fit ted to your hand in our store. 1J Money saved on each purchase. Books for Christmas Books, for the Babies, boys and the girls, and the grown ups. Children's picture books 10c and 15c. Girls' and boys' books, by well known authors, for 25c. The best copyrighted books, our price is not $1.25, but - 69c Don'.. Forget our Candies for Christmas. €J We are the Largest Dealers in Benton County. <J Our Prices are Less than Other Merchants Can Buy At. dt Fancy slippers for the entire family, We fit your feet, head and purse. I »—— • s no difference what it is, if it comes from LYNCH'S, you can depend on it. It makes no difference what it is, we 11 s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 December 1909

COMMERCIAL CLUB OR6ANIZES ifoctlnued from first pagM renting the top floor of the Williams building. His terms were $60 per month and he would heat the build ing. He would for two years with a privilege of three subject to a re-adjustment «f the rent at the end of the se?ond year. This was a very reasonable proposition and took favorably at once. On motion of Scott Henderson it was voted that the governing board he instructed to dose a lease with Mr, Ashbaugh lor the building on these terms, pro viding that a first class floor be put down which is suitable for a danc ing floor. Ashbaugh who is trustee was made responsible for the rent. Geo. F. Richardson called atten tion to the fact that the band was not able to raise the money to pay a leader from it* oivn membership and asked if the Commercial Club would render assistance. After a number bad spoken showing a live lj appreciation of the benefits of a hand to the town a committee com posed of Geo. F. Richardson, H. M Bartlett ar.d ...

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