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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 January 1907

AnruuvruvxjiirrimuTJi/vrinnru inn/vruTJUxr LTU uu uu inruxruuruv^ [ ARE YOUR | (HENS LAYING? jj 5 p I | Eggs are now at a good big price and 5 i 5 will be higher soon. £ | Feed for Eggs I S or you can't bring that efrg basket in c ; 5 full of hen fruit each week. 2 | We are not licensed doctors but we can | | prescribe for your hens. "NY e carry the | 5 stuff that is good for what ails them. 5 j 5 Call and get prices on anything in our V f § line. jj j I - si f § j Columbia Commission Co. j I WHOLESALERS | I RICHLAND KENNEWICK I nnf>nn/uuiAN , u"'nnriannruir r Valley Barn and Dray Line j E. W. KITT, Proprietor | | | LIVEKY — GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES j ; We do our own work and guarantee prompt j; 1 service and fair treatment. Phone 143. V THE KENNEWICK COURIER'S Greatest Magazine Bargain of the Year Including the biggest magazines at the littiest prices. We can save you 40 per cent in stand ard magpzine subscriptions if you ACCEPT THIS OFFER NOW 40 PER CENT SAVED ~~ REVIEW 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. — 18 January 1907

rffELQCAIi FIELD Friday, Jan. 18,1907 From Saturday's Daily A , k your tfroer for Prosser Flour. ow. Rich t»«'«' k wi "' ,l "' FOR SALE-SiX "Oled range, g-od *' " ,i * «.rived today a .d distributed to ea*er purchasers iu .<1 lots We are fa.ing letter jUii «oiiie other towns. Tlie funeral services for the baby of „ Mini Mrs. W. H. All son were held hk«ii»ruing «t the Methodist church LdMfd by Rev. R. J Ed*e. The Bt ,r.ne.it was made iu Riverview Height Cemetery. Mr unci Mrs. H. C. Curry, eye sight aeeinMs of Walla Walla, who have regular visits to Keiinewiek dur [! |lie past four years, will make their *, professional visit Wednesday, L„ p> for one day only at the Antlers hotel. Eyes examined free. Te Ondy store conducted by Mrs. Heloi-e Holcomb will move today Into the r«Mii.B occupied by the Gibbons Manic Si ore at the east end of the Moie r. She will be pleased to have lief former patrons call on her iu her pet location. She has a fine stock of pure I"" 06 mac ' e candies. ...

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. — 18 January 1907

I $2,000.00 Worth of New Spring I Shoes Due to Arrive This Week 3J |BB3S§jpjMiff Three large eastern factories represented. We are proud of our Shoe Department and the wonderful growth made in less than two years. Nearly *5 ten times as many shoes for this spring as two years ago. And why this won derful growth? Simply for these reasons: A large assortment of styles, the 3g kest obtainable, and sold for less money. If you are difficult to fit or hard to suit you will please us by coming in. dg are prepared for all kinds of people and all size feet. Ij H. M. Ashbaugh Co. Kennewick's Largest Store | *=aj We Seli for Cash Only—and for Less HOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Land office at Walla walla, wash., Uec-euiber 22,1906. Notice la hereby given that Eli w. Barton of Kmivick wash., hat filed notice oi his in taatloa to >Mke final commutation proof in aupport of his olalm, vis: Homestead Entry no. 1360 C, made December 7,lgM, for the 8 E % Section 12.Township 7 n...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 January 1907

The Kennewick Courier V'OL. V. NO. 40 The Busy Railroader He Gets the Hot End handed to Him from All Sides These Days. [From the Oregonian.] The uneasiness of the head w hich wears a crown in most casts would be mild in comparison with that which adorns a railroad official j in the-e days of investigations on j all sides and for all causes. What- | ever degree of guilt or innocence ma y attach to Mr. Hantaan or Mr. Hi 1. it is a certainty that their h red tuen are having the time ot their lives do'ging the btickbats which a long suffering people are throwing in their direction—not that the public has any personal grievance against these able and mild-mannered employes, but be cause thev are representatives of a system that, figuratively peaking his some brickbats coming to it. Last week the Interstate Commerce Commission sat in judgment while the Spokane jobbers prodded the railroad men. This week the Pu get Sound lumbermen are after them, because of the car shortage, and also in co...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 January 1907

(DON'T BE FOOLED) HANSON-RICH INVESTMENT CO. Own or control 90 per cent of all the land and lots in the Kennewick Valley under the Kennewick Canal and can save you from $500 to $1000 on any good-sized deal. Before buying, see our big list of 100 Bargains SPECIAL SNAPS: House and one acre for $1050. Improved ten acres in Sec. 7 on 10 years' time. Best 3 lots in Anion's Add., all for $700. Five best 40-acre ra\V tracts, owned by outsiders, at one-half their value —$55 to $75 per acre. Ask for free list of 100 bargains. (WE WIN EVERY TIME) WHY OUR GREAT SUCCESS? Because we are always on the right side. You better join us; you will find representations, prices, everything right and satisfactory. You take no chances with Hanson & Rich. HANSON-RICH INV. CO. THE SQUARE DEALERS Irrigated Fruit Lands Buy Irrigated Fruit Lands at our new town of Attalia, Washington, located in the Columbia River Valley, in the western part of Walla Walla County, Washington, oppo site the Kennewick irrigat...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 January 1907

mj uu mi mxinnnj rui| [SEEDS! SEEDS!) I Our Line of Garden, Field f c r 1 and Grass Seeds § | this year will comprise nearly a carload. Bv so buy- \ a ing and contracting a year in advance we can get von £ better grade and lower prices than the small dealer 5 2 c p c 1 Wc sell you only seeds that will grow and varieties \ jj that will sell on the market. § | Buy your seeds from the people that buy the I 2 produce you raise. Our seed room in our new build- I § ing will be the finest of its kind this side of Seattle, § jj Place your order now. 5 I i I Columbia Commission Co. 5 I ACROSS FROM DEPOT 5 5 RICHLAND KENNEWICK 5 |uif l vuuuuuuijuuuvftnr'f<niuuutnru<i\rtr<"'i'>njvvn'-|>.n-i.n r^iv . ln j J.UJUU-UUUUU..J. J _i | Valley Barn. and Dray Line ji | E. W.- KITT, Proprietor || ! LIVEKY — \ » GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES ? — i: • Wc do our own work and guarantee prompt ! service and fair treatment. Phone 143. ! THE KENNEWICK COURIER'S Greatest Magazine Bargain of the Y...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 January 1907

Seed Time The Portland Seed Co.'s celebrated Seeds have arrived and as usual our retail price is far below the catalogue list in nearly every instance. Dur ing this month and next we will make Special Prices on Large Orders for March Ist Delivery Bring your list along and let us figure. We do not pretend to be wholesalers, but are confident we have the prices, just the same. For the Poultry Diamond Brand Chick Food, Lee's Egg Maker, Lee's Lice Killer and Gennozone for Roup are the only poultry foods you need to get the best results from your poultry. H. A. HOWE HARDWARE KENNEWICK uvnnjin/ixu uxruxriru-u u 11.11 <. 11. ir. j Watson Bros. <V Lo. j f will pay the 5 t HIGHEST MARKET I'HICES FOR l j ALL KINDS OF GRAIN j § FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEE US \ § BEFORE SELLING THEIR WHEAT 5 | ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEED WHEAT \ § . * FOR SALE § I r E w wi N R r uBE Kennewick, Wash. | TUU imuinjnjxiTrxriAJUiJxrm/\rii\ruinruuLrLrLrLriAnru uxn/m/mjinjTJxrmjTJi/i/^ Jri Choice .F.Perry 5...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 January 1907

THE local field Friday, Jan. 25,1907 From Saturday's Daily if A. Bier has been in Spokane at- j jß) | t he second annual meeting of Jeli.l»»d Empire Hardware and Im plement Dealers' Association. T S. Cantril, who has been poorly t,r time, is ~ow '»'P rnvl "B Lrtpects to he on Imnd to harvest a igrge frnit crop from bis ranch next C 0. Anderson is in North Yakima tndaj meeting with the attorneys ,|«>at a new judicial district. He rep ents ttie Denton Count Bar A»so ci»tioi>. Xlio.«ethat attended the Sock S-'cial last iiitfl't rt, P' ,rl tt very enjoyable time. Considerable credit is due the social (niiuiiiiiee for their efficient efforts in planning the evening's amusement. 1)t R. P- Moore, of Davenport, writes that lie expects to improve all of his trkcti" Section 15 this spring. He W UI put In two acres of berries and de jjrrt the name of a local dealer who tell* trees. In a letter remitting for the Courier for another yeHi Miss Mi'dred Holmes of Great Falls, Montana, writes:...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 January 1907

I for our hundreds of customers will be found in this space every week for the next year. We are going to make this half | page of the Courier the most interesting space in the entire paper. Get into the habit of turning to this space when first opening the paper and read carefully every word found herein. It will be interesting and instructive as well as profitable, as it will be news and timely announcements from Kennewick s Leading Store on questions of correct wearables for men, women and children. We want you to expect of us much in our lines. We will be authority on correct styles and dependable goods. Make our store your down-town home—plenty of room and a cordial welcome to all. j We are more than doubling our stock for this spiing's business—adding several new departments—among them a 1 Millinery Department conducted on latest ideas. • — _.... SPECIALS for NEXT WEEK'S QUICK SELLING Ladies' Skirts Boys' Suits Ladl^ s . and Children s ]y[ en ' s Clothing at Reduced Prices Red...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 February 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. v. NO. 41 for Two-Cent Fare Gov. Cummins, of lowa, Proposes Lower Rates in that State. > Governor A. B. Cummins, of f owa, declares for a law making 2 ce is a mile the legal iate ou tail roads in that state. The following is his message ou that poiut. In my message delivered to the Thirty-first General Assembly, 1 had the honor to recommend the p lg , ge of a law that would require railroad companits to "sell milage boots go»d for 1000 miles and up ward, at a flat rate of two cents per mile, good until used;" and I said in that connection "if purchased by the head of the family, there is no reason why it shold not be used by toy member cf the family;" and ■gain. "The man who ttavels little is at present at too great a disad vantage as compared with the man wh" travels much." A bill embodying this recommen dation past the House of Repre titives, but in the committee of the Senate, counsel for the railway con-1 tended that it was unconstitutional, because...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 February 1907

(PONT BE FOOLED) HANSON-RICH INVESTMENT CO. Own or control 90 per cent of all the land and lots in the Kennewick Valley under the Kennewick Canal and can save you from $500 to $1000 on any good-sized deal. Before bu list of 100 Bargains SPECIAL SNAPS: House and one acre for $1050. Improved ten acres in Sec. 7 on 10 years' time. Best 3 lots in Anion's Add., all for $700. Five best 40-acre raw tracts, owned by outsiders, at one-half their value —$55 to $75 per acre. Ask for free list of 100 bargains. (WE WIN EVERY TIME) WHY OUR GREAT SUCCESS? Because we are always on the right side. You better join us; you will find representations, prices, everything right and satisfactory. You take no chances with Hanson & Rich. HANSON-RICH INV. CO. THE SQUARE DEALERS WHY? Mayer Shoes look the best. A. pair of Mayer Shoes costs less. You save money on the Mayer. Every pair gives long wear. Resistant, waterproof leather. Satisfaction guaranteed. Handsome and stylish. Of never-rip stock. Every pai...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 February 1907

Irrigated Fruit Lands Buy Irrigated Fruit Lands at our new town of Attalia, Washington located in the Columbia River Valley, in the western part of Walla Walla County. Washington oppo «ite the Kennewick irrigation canal, and at the junction of the Northern Pacific the' ington & Columbia River and Oregon Railway & Navigation Company railways, and al»o at the head of navigation on the Columbia R, ve r. Water supplied by gravity-no pumping. This is one of the richest agricultural districts i„ the United States, and the soil is perfectly adapted to the raising of berries, fruits and vegetables, which ripen earlier than in any other part of the state. Owing to the superior railroad advantages it i, po SS ;b| e to market produce a, la'e as 7 o'clock p. m. and have shipments arrive in Seattle. Taccma. Portland. Spokane and intermediate points in the morning, traveling in the cool of the night, which means that the largest income in the Northwest is received from these lands, it bei...

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. — 1 February 1907

Seed Time The Portland Seed Co.'s celebrated Seeds have arrived and as usual our retail price is far below the catalogue list in nearly every instance. Dur iiig iifiSTmonth and ne.r*- vvill make Special Prices on Large Orders for March Ist Delivery Bring your list along and let us figure. We do not pretend to be wholesalers, but are confident we have the prices, just the same. For the Poultry Diamond Brand Chick Food, Lee's Egg Maker, Lee's Lice Killer and Gennozone for Roup are the only poultry foods you need to get the best results from your poultry. H. A. HOWE HARDWARE KENNEWICK uxia/uinjinjuumnnnrin^ | Watson Bros. & Co. | WILL PAY THE | HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR | | LL KINDS OF GRAIN \ FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEE US | | BEFORE SELLING THEIR WHEAT g | 0 BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEED WHEAT 1 1 FOR SALE £ | 5 1 wlrehouse Kennewick, Wash. I « J xjxrinjin/TjT-'"_rLrLnj\n nrLTinnrinruxru uxruxrvrLmi/injxruTjajirur Jri Choice .F. Perry 5-and 10- - acre Tracts, Exclusive Agent for the ...

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 February 1907

the local field Friday, Feb. 1,1907 prom Saturday's Daily Mr. and Mrs. Fay F. Dean, ,j,i, h nernCH»n, a *«>n. FOB SALE-A fresh cow and Davis I,**d sewing machine. • rop H. H. Bowers. The elty schools report an enrollment ..04 ~opiK with an average atten 4«i Of 0f 248 tot lhe nio,,lh of Ja,,uar - V - Mrs Wm. Morrison, who has been •Uilltig ber sis'er Mrs. Win Din k-en. —turtie»l to her home at Victoria, B. C || #rl oii will remain here for an in dtflunle tiuie. I T. Young and family from Clay [ Nebr. liave artived and have ttleJ <« a ranch, four miles south of Badger. Mr. Young expects to handle c |iic*ens ou his ranch. T»e Freshmen gave a very enjoyable p, r ty to their friends last night. About forty gathered in the High School H„oiuß, »«d spent the evening playing Refreshments were served. A A. Greene was in town Saturday for the first time since Christmas. He oia been having a long tussie with the »rippe. He expects to remain with bit daughter Mrs. Geo. Egbert until fall. 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 February 1907

II " ~ TTT! " T7T ~ Next week we will have a sort of a house |TT , T\vr Ici■ . ' 5 A Good Bleached Muslm , o > Men s Best Work Shirts 5 r\ uuuu uicaciicu iviuaiin c l eanmg tim e. So many new goods coming . < House Cleaning Week i„ we are beginning lo get crowded already. House Cleaning Week | 7c J so we will place in prominent places next 50c each i week and mark at greatly reduced prices a — |£ lot of winter goods that we don't want and don't intend to keep. We haven t many wagon loads of left-over goods and jr are not trying to advertise a big, grand bargain sale; but naturally there is an accumulation of small lots of goods, short J* lengths, an occasional overloading of a good article that must be hurried out by the cut price road. Let us say right here, not only applying to this sale, but to others also that may follow, that cut prices with us are not merely surface-scratchers, !F but a lowering of prices that is felt and appreciated. Among the more prominent lines to be...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 February 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. v. NO. 42 City Administra tion Organizes. Hiyor Johnson Delivers Detailed Inaugural Address. Appoint ments Made. | The new city council met in the nSouucil room in Anderson's buiid- Tuesday night for its fi st reg ular session Mayor L. E. Johnson gave a practical inaugural address consid ering the needs of the town and treating topics of so general inter est that the address is given in fall: To the Common Council, Kennewick, Wash. Gentlemen: — Id addressing the Council, I may b» digressing from the custom as obtained heretofore, but it occurs tooethat in planning for the fu ture needs and requirements of the town that a statement setting forth its probable income and fixt ex penses might assist you and be of much beuefit in solving the various questions that arise that I mention further on. For the city's income, I am in formed, that the asstst value for 1906 is in round numbers, $200000 and that the levy made by the pre ceding Council would amount to (20...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 February 1907

Q- TTI U LTLTI n nTLTLTIJ \JTJXTUTTLTLnJ L/IJIJTJTJTJTJ"Lf LAJ UU "LTU LfirLTLTLrLr n/l| | SEEDS! SEEDS! | Our Line of Garden, Field 1 and Grass Seeds 3 tliis vear will comprise nearly a carload. Bv so buy t,ll. 1 . ' . 5 inland contracting a year m advance we can get you j [I better grade and lower prices than the small dealer, j f Wc sell you only seeds that wi!l grow and varieties ! jj that will sell on the market. ' < Buy vonr seeds from the people that buy the ] 5 produce you raise. Our seed room in our new build- ; 2 ing will be the finest of its kind this side of Seattle. | Place vour order now. I The Chas. H. Collins Co. a Successors to the Columbia Commission Co. 1 RICHLAND KENNEWICK nnr i r inr griifflllHllilllllliiliiil iimmi | Watch for Ad. in this Space ; I Next Week. j 1 THE J BOSTON STORE 55 = m i f=? : 3 ! P : | . ] Iran mnmiiiniiCiiiimiiiii'iKiisiiiiUHUiainiiiiiiiiifiiiimatiiiiniiiumiiiiuiimiiiHiuiaßiiaiiinmtiiiminuinßaiminiiiniiiimniitiiiuiL'iauußPJiiiaianiEaain...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 February 1907

Seed Time The Portland Seed Co.'s celebrated Seeds have arrived and as usual our retail price is far below the catalogue list in nearly every instance. Dur ing this month and next we will make Special Prices on Large Orders for March Ist Delivery Bring your list along and let us figure We do not pretend to be wholesalers, but are confident we have the prices, just the same. For the Poultry Diamond Brand Chick Food, Lee's Egg Maker, Lee's Lice Killer and Gennozone for Roup are the only poultry foods you need to get the best results from your poultry. H. A. HOWE HARDWARE KENNEWICK nninimnnnmvrijvinivuuuuxruirumnmmjvarinj ijiruxruanruTxuxrvrLru Watson Bros. &- Co. WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR ALL KINDS OF GRAIN FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEE US BEFORE MILLING THEIR WHKAT ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEED WHE vT FOR SALE OFFICE IN THE i s NEW WAREHOUSE IX Cll H \\ i ( \ , \ \ ■i "! in/ iftfiruxiixiru i/irurLruxn "-' vtltutj i -i n/u uuv»uu i-rLru mrurrLrLru ixLn_rLn_n.n. Choic...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 February 1907

Irrigated Fruit Lands Buy Irrigated Fruit Land* at our new town of Attalia, Washington, located in the Columbia River Valley, in the western part of Walla Walla County, Washington, oppo site the Kcnnewick irrigation canal, and at the junction of the Northern Pacific, the Wash ington Ac Columbia River and the Oregon Railway & Navigation Company railways, and alto at the head of navigation on the Columbia River. Water supplied by gravity—no pumping. This is one of the richest agricultural districts in the United States, and the soil is perfectly adapted to the raising of berries, fruits and vegetables, which ripen earlier than in •ny other part of the rtate. Owing to the superior railroad advantages it is possible to market produce as late as 7 o'clock p. m. and have shipments arrive in Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Spokane and intermediate points in the morning, traveling in the cool of the night, which means that the lareest income in the Northwest is received from these lands, it ...

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 February 1907

the local field Friday, Feb. 8,1907 From Saturday's Daily nofii- Fullerton is at Hot Lake, Ore. J in* (he water for rheumatism. " 8 inspector, K. L. Ballinger, from l*c»r"f dynamite and other cars of of bonded g'>»ds in the wreck. P U Harris, a well known en-real nu nit" " f ,l,is re * io "' hHB a ' ,SOcia, - !lf,,.ir other men with him in a co.ii v tlirtl will P»'t in 345 " cres of ho » w '""r Richland. It looks good to them we Imp* is due to the hops and to I he juice. Vn. Estella Walls, the state presi dent of the Rebekah Lodge, who came . flir the iniation, is visiting a day „ ttf o with Mrs. Chas. Conway. The and Mrs. Conway will visit |he Recall lodge at Prosser Monday evening- Jim Clements repotts that the rail - d surveyors are making frequent ' rhsngw « f ' ,ne hi " p,MCe- A faV ° r " ite line w"h «lie surveyors leads thru ~,e front room of his hotise and ein les th« stove. This is the only line #H the crew are in favor of adopt {,U storage y al "ds and terminals will 1*...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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