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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 March 1907

Our Line of I Groceries Is well worth your thoughtful attention Our delivery service is prompt. Our nim is to please. If anything turns out wrong, kindly let us know. We wili be pleased to make it right. BREAD, PIES, CAKES and COoKIES, home baked, fresh every day. "The kind your mother used to make " HAWES & SCHOCH PROSSER FLOUR MILLS our brands: OVERSHADOWED Prosser Best Rainier Best fey.— Bluestem Club Straight f ||Sp§( Patent Dakota |FLOUfC|rf'' ''' Roy® l6 . Bakers' | |J: ; Bluestem Patent f Straight Hard Wheat Ask your grocer for these brands. WATSON BROS., Distributing Agents Kennewick, Wash. THE KENNEWICK COURIER'S GREATEST MAGAZINE BAR GAIN OF THE YEAR Including the biggest magazines at the littlest prices. We can save you 40 per cent in stand ard magazine subscriptions if you ACCEPT THIS OFFER NOW 4-0 PER CENT SAVED REVIEW OF REVIEWS . . §3.00 niTP PRICE WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION 1.00 ;,,v SUCCESS MAGAZINE ... 100 ONLY COURIER 1.50 OO REGULAR PRICE 6.5 C) REMEMBER—the thre...

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. — 29 March 1907

THE local field Friday, March 29, 1907 From Saturday's Daily Walter Sweet is back fiom school at Pullman. q E. Hanson is at White Bluffs with laodseekers. The Misses Green inov. d back to their ranch t<><lay. 0! R- Hotcoinlie is In town on legnl but»in** B fur ,l,e Kennewkk Land Co Vance & Grundle bought the Bon ne y place in Section 7 for $350 an acre. Win HelHnger sold his place in the Garden Tructs for $3500 to Mr. Bennet of Tekou. C. E. Griffeth's will move into the Jiorble cottage now occupied by O. D. Bwanßoo. C. 0. Anderson sold thru Hanson & Rich three lots in Anion's Addition, to E Knaute. H. E Baldwin returned Tuesday from a visit to a brother, George Bald wiu at NVaverly. Happy & Hinnman, the Spokane attorneys are here on legal business for H. A. Hover. C. Hoadley sold 7 acres off his place In Section 7to S. VV. Grouse at $325 per acre yesterday. Why eat factory-made candy when yflj ran get pure, home-made candy at the Keiinewick Kandy Kitchen. H W De...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 March 1907

EASTER RIBEONS This season's latest nov elties as well as the staple shades are here in afcund aice. Every day adds more new spring goods to our already large stock of the season s most approved fashions and fabrics. Never was our stock so large and so well selected. Moderate prices rule in all departments. Every woman who is interested in style newness and economy in apparel, furnishings and fabrics is invited to visit our store. We are sure we can help you make your Easter selections. % Boys' j Cloth- I j newest togs The I for the boys, "Wearproof just opened Special U P- There o i ' • i are all kinds strongest boy s suit mads I and styles. Prices to suit ail—s2.so up. H M. ASHBAUGH & CO. Kennewick's Leading Store FINE WATCHES at about 1-3 real value A RARE OPPORTUNITY to get a high grade watch at the price of a poor one. To encourage the purchase of good reliable watches, for 30 days I am offering watches at prices that will enable everyone to have a first-class watch. EVERY ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 April 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. V. NO. 50 Kennewick Land Co. Change The Hovers are Now Sole Owners. Messrs. Story, McCoy and Lundy Retire. A business transfer effecting the hand ing and control of over $350,- 000 worth of pro; ety was effected this week by the purchase b> H A. Hover from C. W. Story, C. H. McCoy and C. A. Lundy, of their entire stock and interest iu the Kennewick Land Company and the Hover Li"d Co. fhe-« couipauie bad the excluMv. tell ng ol co> - tracts fcr Mr. Hover's h< ldii gs in Beuton caunty H. A. Hover, president, and A.ie Hover, vice president, will now own and con trol all oi tne wte;ests of the above named companies. Mr. McCoy in tends to travel for awhile, and has not yet de ided on a future location Messrs. Story and Luudy will re main as citizens of Kenuewick where each have homes and other business interests. Messrs. McCoy and Story retire from the active woik of the corner real estate firm today. The office employees will remain the same with the ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 April 1907

The Old Reliable HANSON-RICH Investment Company (INCORPORATED) Are Still at the Old Stand Established in 1902 Incorporated in 1906 Capital and Surplus $2"),000 OFFICERS: G E. Hanson', Pres G. M. Annis, Vice Pres. O. W. Rich, Secy.-Treas. DIRECTORS: G. E. Hanson O. W. Rich G. M. Annis Geo. M. Heuar Samuel R. Stern Own or control 90 per cent of all the properties in the valleys of Kenne wick, Finley and White Bluffs, or about 50,000 acres. TWO SNAPS The Best Buys in Washington TEN ACRES—-V beautiful io-acre tract, just like the Hax tou Rauch, worth $$oo per acre, adjoining caual heavy soil, north slop-, etc. C-»n be bought NOW at halt price, $150 per acre on terms. TWENTY ACRES —Joining land worth $500 per ?cre, has a n;ce start and is worth $300 per acre, but ran sell a' half price or $150 per acre right now 011 terms. We show all lands and lots free. Ask for free list of 100 Bargains. The Cracker with a flavor Inland Crackers Not made by the trust All grocers sell them MUST BE SOLD!...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 April 1907

Seed Time The Portland Seed Co.'s celebrated Feeds 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 April 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 Crennozone for Roup are the only poultry foods you need to get the best results from your poultry. H. A. HOWE HARDWARE KENNEWICK Watson Bros. & Co. WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR ALL KINDS OF GRAIN FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEE US BEFORE SELLING THEIR WHEAT ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEED WHEAT FOR SALE kew wlrehouse Kennewick, Wash. The Home Company Abstracts furnished promptl at reasonable prices. We solicit your patronage. The Kennewick Abstract Company FAY F. DEAN, Manager Owners of Abstracts of Title to Beaton County...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 April 1907

Marketing Strawberries j 5 Is whore the growers so often "fall £ down." Come in and see us and | let us explain and show you why we 5 are fitted to give you the best prices 5 and surest prices for your coming \ crop. a 5 Better fitted than ever in our new | stone building. c; Our Line of Feeds, Seeds and Poultry § Supplies I lias no equal in this county. Come £ in and tell us your troubles. | j The Chas. H. Collins Co. j \ Successors to the Columbia Commission Co. r | (Opposite N. P. Depot) f | RICHLAND KENNEWICK \ ■uunnnAfuuvnnn/uinfUin rx rxn r> nnnnpnnn >tn n n r» jv iiin-inn-cnmrinr PROSSER FLOUR MILLS our brands: OVERSHADOWED Prosser Best Rainier Best Bluestcm Club Straight -jj Patent Dakota KFLOU^ Bluesiem Patent | Straight Hard Wheat Ask your grocer for these brands. WATSON BROS., Distributing Agents Kennevvick, Wash. HELLO! Every woman wants a pretty new suit, a new hat and fresh gloves for spring wear. If you can't have a new suit, take one of our swell skirts and a l...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 April 1907

ijTfIjILOCAL HELD 5, 1007 ' Prom Saturday's Daily CtLE'W iiitc W yandotte eggs rt p«T-room house one-hall town." See I>- W. Owen. K Randall, of the Ellen-burg ixrf i»i" town Udny ou hl ' Bi ' *!?', Beiahart and crew have com 1 ,',, ie plastering of the secondstory of the ne« l,o!el " IB Kreidier and family return /lMtnijs'it fr,,m P " !n ' Illmo,s ' to m-ike tlitir home in the Keune -5* v - ,llr - v ' . About Lventyfive couples enjoyed a "ntsocial dance at the hall last evening" freshnients of fruit punch jjid wafers were served T he sale yesterday past of Inline hive under the direction of Auctioneer H S. Huklu-h. The stufl brought good |.ri«-e« j E piomnier and family returned from Diamond, Washington, last | )t Mr. Plummer ha- com- a > ear's te.chin, then-. jlrs.W. M. Walker. Mi- II x -1, Lhs lieand Evelyn left this morning for Settle to join Mr. WV.ker and make lhe ir home in the Sound metropolis. FOR SALE— Grape cuttings, Eu ropea 11 variety 25 cent per 100. Thorobred Cla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 April 1907

We Sell for Cash Only===and for Less H. \[. ASHBAUGH & CO. Kennewick's Leading Store Black Cat Stockings If you have used them you know how they wear, and if you haven't used them its time you were trying their good qualities. They come in all prices, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c and 50c per pair. We especially re commend No. 10 for girls at 25c per pair and No. 1 5 for boys at 25c per pair. We have recently opened J 1 up several score dozen of these pop- J ular stockings and invite you to try -their staying-whole qualities. Ch,ca nSSSS "£" ry Co Time to Buy Summer Wash Goods You will be sure to find just the goods you like for your summer dress in our extensive line of Wash Fabrics. All of spring's new popular weaves are represented. Prices to suit all, from the dainty 6c Seatch Lawn to the most exqui site Shadow Silk. Comfort for Men j;• ? $p|||| In one of our fine, soft ihjiijii! Negligee I \l\\\\\\i Shirts ••:sji \•, js i •* • i i£* I*' They e both comfortable and stylish. ' ''' ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 April 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. V. NO. 51 Not Appeal the North Coast Cases Is Intimation Given Out by Judge Groscup —Will Take 30 Days. 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon Judge Rigg convened court to set- U e he findings of fact in the cases of the North Coast railway vs. the Northern Pacific railway. Judge Grasscup, general western counsel of the Northern Pacific, and Henry j saively was present representing the North Coast. Mr. Newman, the engineer in charge of the con struction of the North Coast was also present. The first move of the Northern Pacific was an earnest attempt on the part of the road to have the court permit the Northern Pacific to no a spur track across the North Coast tracks aud right of way on the land of the Northern Pacific which the court has permit ted the North Coast to condemn at the east end of the city. Mr. Suiv ly, in behalf of the North Coast, hotly asserted that this was onL wanted to embarrass the North Coast and that road oould nots a d for its yards to be cro...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 April 1907

The Old Reliable HANSON-RICH Investment Company (INCORPORATED) Are Still at the Old Stand Established in 1002 Incorporated in 1906 Capital and Surplus $25,000 OFFICERS: G E. Hanson, Pres. G. M. Annis, Vice Pres. O. W. Rich, Secy.-Treas. DIRECTORS: G. E. Hanson O. W. Rich G. M. Annis Geo. M. Heu.ar Samuel R. Stern Own or control 90 per cent of all the properties in the valleys of Kenne wick, Finley and White Bluffs, or about 50,000 acres. TWO SNAPS The Best Buys in Washington TEN ACRES—A beautiful io-acre tract, just like the Hax ton Ranch, worth $300 per acre, adjoining canal, heavy s)il, north slop', etc. Can be bought NOW at half price, $150 per acre on terms. TWENTY ACRES— Joining land worth $500 per ccre, has a nice start and is worth $300 per acre, but can sell at half price or $150 per acre right now 011 terms. We show all lands and lots free. Ask for free list of 100 Bargains. you if you take of our present JJ^ *2 Matchless Offerings 3; 3J Not only are we displaying a most at...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 April 1907

yeed Time f or tjand Seed Co.'s celebrated Seeds have I **B(Ved and as usual our retail price is far below I catalogue list in nearly every instance. Dur b this month and next we will make r g oo< Special Pr *ces on Large Orders for lM B'i April Ist Delivery ire IT ' 'arajng your list along and let us figure. We do ==t pretend to be wholesalers, but are confident ) i have the prices, just the same. For the Poultry *sj)iamond Brand Chick Food, Lee's Egg Maker, ——i'' s Lice Killer and Gennozone for Roup are 4 only poultry foods you need to get the best llts from your poultry. , H. A. HOWE &D&ARE KENNEWICK CONTEST NOTICE United Si a ten Land Office. Walla Walia, Waili., March IS, lyo7, Depart i ment of tlie li-teri. r. j A Mitficimt contest affidavit having [ , fi'd iu this office by Frederick G. J Gillette, contestant, aga nst Charles F. iDoolev's desert l:-nd entry No 319, made Dectnher J, 1902, for the nw.\ of sec 34, tp 11, 11 28. E W M, by Cha.les r Doolev, i-ontes'ee, ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 April 1907

Marketing Strawberries 1-where the growers so often "fall flown.' Come in an<l see us and lot us explain and show you why we are fitted to give you the best {Trices ami surest prices for your coming crop. Better fitted than ever in our new stone building. Our Line of Feeds, Seeds and Poultry Supplies has no equal in this county. Come in and tell us your troubles. The Chas. H. Collins Co. Successors to the Columbia Commission Co. (Opposite X. l\ Depot) RICHLAND KENNEWICK PROSSER FLOUR MILLS OUR BRANDS: OVERSHADOWED Prosser Best Rainier Best Bluestem CUA Straight Patent Dakota i.FLOUt^ij^^Hg Straight Hard Wheat Ask your grocer for these brands. WATSON BROS., Distributing Agents Kenncwick, Wash. What We Will Not Do We will not give our customers old, shopworn goods. We will not give any premiums worth fifty cents for your purchasing a twenty-five cent article. We will not mark goods at a discount and then sell them to you at a profit on the co'st price. When we give a dis count it m...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 April 1907

■yfljlToCAL FIELD; rVriday, April 12,1907 p r om Monday's Daily tj.u. Eleanor Stacer is in Iti aville ljie „ew residence today. • M Godwin returned Saturday |f , D „,g from a business trip to Spo . j HeipPi of Julia, Wash., is in baying supplies logo uponTues |l«'i b >»t --t H EUlers. the Spokane banker, |in towu Saturday liking after his U,d interests. A fer three days and a ha'f of (on grtoiw sand storm came the Pas.o jjltea-n. Next. Mf. J. H. Kennedy, the Kiona fruii fo#er and orcbardist, was in town Jfcflr.it of the week. Ufi J. H. Perry and family, who toive been managing the Columbia Hotel. b * ve * one lo Betttlle to 11 ve " f Mr and Mrs. C. H. Shank have ■Loved into the new J. F. Perry resi- Aae«ou Fechter A Rudkiu tract town. Mrs L. E. Johnson and son 9 return ed Friday from Waitsburg where they t*eu visiting Mr. and Mrs Fie, the parents of Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs A. L Wylan, of Boul der, Colorado, are looking at the valley md getting' painters. They are ac quaintances...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 April 1907

We Sell for Cash Only—and for Less H. M. ASHBAUGH & CO. Kennewick's Leading Store Black Cat Stockings If you have used them you know how they wear, and if you haven't used them its time you were trying their good qualities. They come in all prices, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c and 50c per pair. We especially re commend No. 10 for girls at 25c per pair and No. 15 for boys at 25c per pair. We have recently opened I up several score dozen of these pop- yyr rl J ular stockings and invite you to try their staying-whole qualities. Ch,ct> kenosha. w!s. l,ry Co Time to Buy Summer Wash Goods You will be sure to find just the goods you like for your summer dress in our extensive line of Wash Fabrics. All of spring's new popular weaves are represented. Prices to suit all, from the dainty 6c Seatch Lawn to the most exqui site Shadow Silk. I Comfort for Men In one of our fine, soft Negligee Shirts They are both comfortable and stylish. All colors and prices. 75c up. Keep Posted On Matters That...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 April 1907

The Kennewick Cou RIER VOL. V. NO. 52 Plans for the New City Park Several Sites Offered the Commer cial Club. School Grounds * Also to be Beautified. At the special meeting of the Commercial Club Friday night there was an attendance of twenty and important action w*s taken. The principal subject up for dis cusson was the Park question. Tbe special commit!ee appointed on this subject some time ago, at the request of the chairman snb m;tted the following report which was read hy Mayor L. E. Johnson. To the Officers and Members of the Commercial Club, Kennewick, Wash., Your committee appointed to in vestigate aud report a plan for pro curing a public park for the city have had the matter under consid eration and have agreed to recom mend that the city purchase a tract of five acres and a traction of Otto Hanson on the river frout on which the committee has taken an option in favor of the Commercial Club for nbety days at $500 per acre, payable in warrants, bonds or cash, JSSOO cash dow...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 April 1907

BE ON THE SAFE SIDE Mr. Farmer, your fences are in mighty bnd shape. Hadn't you noticed it? About time vou had. Posts rotting at the bases, some of 'em about ready to topple over, and you'll find your n?ighl>or's cattle trampling over your premises "Be on the safe side"—fix 'em up NOW and spare yourself future losses. We handle cedar posts —lots of 'em —and they cost you SO LITTLE that there's positively no excuse for your fences to remain in th«-ir pres ent dilapidated condition. Come at your first opportunity. Get what you need and fix up before it's too late. CASCADE LUMBER CO. Phone 242 W. F. BAKER, Manager Square Deal Realty Co. {J We are just putting on the market the Putnam Irrigated Tracts 1 \ miles from town at $ 1 7 5 to $210 per acre on long time. tj City Property and Wheat Lands. •J Mining Stocks and Insurance. PUTNAM & PLUMMER Eakin Bldg., Front St., Kennewick nnnjirinnnnAAnnnnnnnjuu innnrmnnr uuuv tru mn/uin/ rux^ ! RED SPIDER MUST BE j J SPRAYED | in order to s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 April 1907

$eed Time The Portland Seed Oo.'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 April 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 jresults from your poultry. f ">» . * ' i- . ■ H. A. HOWE KENNEWICK Watson Bros. St Co. * WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR ALL KINDS OF GRAIN FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEE US before Celling their whkat - jIOLIED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEED WHEAT ] FOR SALE -™h E T ho UBE Kennewick, Wash The I Hi? Kennewick Abstract i Home . .Company Company Abstract* FAY F - DEAN, Manager furnished — : p ~™ pt, » i , at Owners of Abstracts of Title > reasonable ' • • pri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 April 1907

PROSSER FLOUR MILLS , "« I " OVERSHADOWED Prosscr Best Rainier Best Bluestem ClubStra! * ht Patent Dakota i,FLOUFyj^^^E Royale Bakers' | Bluestem Pa,ent J fflKjJppP Straight Hard Wheat Ask your grocer for these brands. WATSON BROS., Distributing Agents Kennewick, Wash. The ANTLERS HOTEL BEST IN THE CITY Adjacent to depot. Special attention to commercial and trans : ent trade. Sample room. Rates reasotiab!e. WE MEET ALL TRAINS MRS. A- BELL, Proprietor K ESSE WICK, WASH. The Oregonian. Portland, Oregon. [Subscription Rates in Advance] Daily, Sunday included, 12 months 18.00 Daily, Sunday included, 6 months 4.25 l>«ilv, Sunday included, 3 months 2.25 Daily, Sunday included, 1 month 75 Sunday Oregonian, 12 months 2.50 SundayOregonian.fi months 1.25 weekly, per year 1.50 note—Cut out this advertisement and it will l»e accepted as 50 cents in payment for an an nual subscription for the Daily, Sunday or weekly Oregonian. How To Remit—Send Post Office Monejr Or der, Express order or pers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 April 1907

the local field Friday, April 19,1907 From Saturday's Daily Buy a Kodak at the photo gallery ft „d "i>e showed" how to use it. Mrs S. !»• Peckenpaugh is on a visit with her daughter, Mrs. John P.nn, Richland. Mi and Mr*. J E. Richards, ot Jfortli Yakima, are here foran extend ed visit with relatives. FURNITURE FOR SALE—Couch, Morris chuir, bed room suite, and other household goods. E M Godwin. D \V. McCoy arrived on the local this morning from Milton and Free Water, Oregon with a car of horses for his dray busings. £ <t. McDonald, a decorator of many years' experience with the firm of F B Wright, of Spokane, is at work dec orating the new hotel. From Monday's Daily John Harrison is the new delivery boy at Kolb's. J B Clements went to Prosser today od a business trip. Apprentice wanted at once. Paid. Miss L V Armstrong. J H Lewis today sold his 10-acre north of Fin ley to C C Harlau. H E Baldwin and family were visit ing at Mabtoi: the last of the week. Cashier L E Johnson of t...

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