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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 April 1907

We Sell for Cash Only—and for Less H. M. ASHBAUGH & CO. Kennewick's Leading Store Handsome New Waists jxfc At $1.00 White Lawn Waists in em broidery or lace trimmed. Assorted new Waists at $1.25 —a large assortment of styles. Lace or insertion, trimmed or em- W/ Summer Underwear. Summer Vests any size 10c and up to 50c f' fl J[i Km? Union Suits, fine lisle - - 75c Union Suits - - 75c Millinery. Surprising Values in the most attractive of Ladies Hats. Spring Hats - - - - $2.50 to 5.00 Street Hats at - - - 75c to 2.50 Trimmed and Dress Hats - 2.50 to 5.00 Baby Caps and Hats - 25c to 1.00 Wash Goods. Pretty Effects in Wash Goods. Flowers, Polkadots, Fine Lawn at 15c White Linen for Dresses from - - - 18 to 50c A beautiful piece of pure linen, 36 inch wfde at 50c BUTTERICK PATTERNS at 10c and 15c. OUR MOTTO: "FULL VALUE" FRESHLY CAUGHT now upon our counters. An array that is sure to tempt all lovers of what is dainty and appetizing. ALL SEA FOOD may be found here in season. Crabs, S...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 April 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 1 Worst Freight Wreck in Years f Twenty-one Cars of Lumber Demolished; Four Tramps Killed Broken Wheel Flange Ditches Swiftly Moving East-Bound Freight at Central Canyon Trestle at 3:30 Sunday Morning. Track Cleared in Thirty Hours. A long, heavily-loaded east bound freight train, running at 50 to! 60 miles an hour was wrecked one mile west of town Sunday morning' at 3:30. Four hoboes riding in a lumber car were killed. Twenty- j one cars were totally demolished. The fifty-foot trestle put in to repair j the line at the time of the recent wash out was mashed down and the; piling broken off. So terrific was the force and momemtum of the j train coming down the steep grade that the cars were reduced to a pile of splinters and loose shingles in the center of the wreck. All the cars were loaded with lumber and most of them with shingles. Those who visited the wreck early Sunday morning saw the worst mix-up in the shape of a freight wreck ever seen on t...

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. — 26 April 1907

a uwi nnnn/uvinjuumrumnjxru\rj inruxruvaru au uu ltu Lruirmru n/i£ 1 RED SPIDER MUST BE \ j SPRAYED | in order to save your berry crop. | We have the dope that will kill the 3 2 rascals and we have the only Spray- Pumps fc that spray. £ 1 Be sure and call and examine our spray- jj | ill rr materials. Take them out and try them r 5 and then you will buy. 5 i ANOTHER CAR OF EARLY ROSE POTATOES f f JUST IN § 5 Biggest stock of Feeds and Seeds in the 5 I city. jj 3 c i The Chas. H. Collins Co. f i Successors to the Columbia Commission Co. g | (Opposite N. P. Depflt) § I RICHLAND KENNEWICK | oin#nnjiAJUvrLn/irinjTfirLnAA ruxniinJiAn/vfinjirLfinnji f ■«»« «rn « nn nn m S Square Deal Realty Co. tj 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. fj Mining Stocks and Insurance. PUTNAM & PLUMMER Eakin Bldg., Front St., Kennewick Valley Barn and Dray Line D. W. McCOY, Proprietor LI...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 April 1907

Seed 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 lirand Chick Pood, Lee's Kgg 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 Watson Bros. & Co. WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR ALL KINDS OF GRAIN FARMERS WILL DO WpLL TO SEE US BEFORE &ELLING THEIR WHEAT ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEED WHEAT FOR SALE ™Jho CBE Kennewick, Wash. uu uwuwuv irumrLnn/i.' innnnrinjuinn/inruxru uuuuwu uiruuuui tik Ifi® Kennewick Abstract Home Company C/OlTipHny Abstracts FAY F - DEAN, Manager furnished — prompti ®t Owners of Abstracts of T...

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. — 26 April 1907

Our Line of Groceries Is well worth your thoughtful attention. Our delivery service is prompt. Our aim is to please. If anything turns out wrong, kindly let us know. We will 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 OUK BIG SUBSCRIPTION Oi'i'E;! 95.50 FOR THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER DAILY AND BUND AY and KENNEWICK COURIER BOTH FOR ONE YEAR FOR I,ESS THAN THE PRICE OF Til E "P.-l." 2 TT7E have made an arrangement with rpHE Post-Intelligencer will be sent reg ■ VV the publishers of the Seattle Post- JL ularly by mail to all who take ad- Bg Intelligencer whereby this paper vantage of this great newspaper h^r {§] can offer its subscri- gain. M bers the two papers for m $5.50 per year. This is 50c ITAIIf 9 less than the regular price ||v\V 111 11 Write or call on us for jM of the Post-Intelligencer. 1 particulars. § Boston Methods are 8 || Different || Wh en we do a thing we do it w...

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. — 26 April 1907

fflE LOCAL FIELD Friday, April 26,1907 ~~~ From Saturday's Daily Mri. A Bell Is m Spokane for two < r three days- Buv a Kodak at the photo gallery jud showed" how to use it. George Mertes is tendingsoda f. Un- U |n »t the McPhee drug su re. MiM Irene LaPorte is the new centtal ir| f„r the Telephone system. L D I/M*. ,he Jruit WHB In town yesterday in line of duty. Mr Deviue and family tie rcc i■ t ietti«'rs on the Clark forty in sectiou 15. Alfred Anion is in such poor health tbat he cannot attend to work at the riDcli- The N. P- surveyors expect to leave tbeflritofthe week on a change of orders. UUsEffleHollenbeck is down from her sch *1 for an over Sunday visit with friends. There are sixty five patrons on R f d No. 1 and new ones are putting up boxes each day. I R. Whitelock today purchast one half acre tract lying west of the new Am on bouse from L. E Amsbary for $1000. There is a ca«se of typhoid fever in town, one of the Copeland children fbe faulty lives opposite the new s...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 April 1907

« „ Our Hat Department Is crowded with the new styles in soft and stiff Hats. The "Patterson" and "Gordon" are our leaders. The New Straw ats ~~%jk are stunning this . season. $1 to $3. L»* -«• Genuine Panamas $750 We Sell for Cash Only==»and for Less H. M. ASHBAUGH & CO. Kennewick's Leading Store To Particular Tea-Users We desire to announce that we have just re ceived some of the famous LIPTON TEAS and are now prepared to cater to all lovers of good Tea. €| Our Saturday Specials are proving great boomers. Watch our window for them from time to time. Phone 512 KOLB"* : CASH : GROCERY O. K. Soda Bottling Works All Kinds of Soft Drinks DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE Patronize Home Industry All Goods Guaranteed GEO. C. FENDLER, Prop. KENNEWICK For Riding and Driving We h ave e >-ei ess-ai} accts s o;ies. We make Harness to ordtr, anci we make it in the / bes manner, of tlie bes Fleatlie' aid metal We giv you prompt service, too, and I*make a specialty of repairing 1 ■ ,{! »k harness...

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

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 2 We Win, 10 to 9. Local SticK-Wicldcrs Win Hard- Fought, Up-Hill Game. A good sized aud enthusiastic j crowd saw a good ball game which ; was stubbornly fought from start j to finish aud exciting and spectacu- | lar at frequent intervals. Kamm, ■ the new Kennewick twirler, p:tcht; his first hard game before a local 1 crowd, and showed up well, having j 9 strike outs to his credit. "Rube" ! Jackman was in the box for Pasco, j fanned 10. Both teams were weak i on tbe receiving end of the battery, j Irvin, for Kennewick. being retired in the third inu.ng with a split j hand, ai d Pasco's catcher was not j equal to Jackman, who was both speedy and wild at times. Walt B-irham played a g>-od, steady game at the outs, and at bat made three hi s aud scored 3 of the | 10 runs lor the strawberry growers. Curt Anderson, who played third, acheivtd a double play in the fifth oa a speedy pickup thrown to first Watson, the center fielder, took in four pret'y ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 May 1907

JMWWUWWWWWWttVWyMAk. •| S you visit ourestablishment at present you will find many wonderfully attractive arti cles. For never before have our counters Ijltf, np been so attractively or so abundantly laden. *5 AH New Goods 2i and ehe prices we quote are positively un- I SCOTT & CO I Outfitters for Men a£ 1 KENNEWICK J HOWE has just received a carload of OLD HICKORY WAOONS AND BUGGIES The wagons vary from the heavy farm wagon to the light spring wagon suitable for one horse. The buggies are mostly the substantial two-seated hacks — some fancy rubber-tired road wagons, however. House Furnishings Our delayed shipments of furniture and house hold furnishings are coming in daily. We men tion Art Squares, Tapestries, Axminster Rugs. FOR SUMMER — Screens, Screen Poors, Screen Wire, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers. BABY BUGGIES —The demand is strong and active. FOR VACATION —Tents, Hammocks, Hunt ing Suits, Wading Boots, Rifles, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Oars. HOWE, the Hardware Man...

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

Our Line of Groceries Is well worth your thoughtful attention Oar delivery service is prompt. Our aim isto please. If anything turns out wrong, kindly let us know. We will 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 I OUR BIG SUBSCRIPTION OFFER $5.5Q THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER DAILY AMO mUMBAY KENNEWICK COURIER BOTH FOR ONZ YEAR FOR u:ss THAN HIE PRICE OF Til E "P-l." TT7E have made an arrangement with ; rpHE Post-Intelligencer will be sent reg is VV the publishers of the Seattle Post- <■ JL ularly by mail to all who take ad- M Intelligencer whereby this paper ! vantage of this great newspaper bnr || can offer its subscri- J gain. |S bers the two papers for 3 $5.50 per year. This is 50c IV AW *1 less than the regular price Iliil y i|VJ|lJij IVV 11 Write or call on us for || of the Post-Intelligencer. particulars. 11' Boston Methods are j|| || Different g When we do a thing we...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 May 1907

uixltuxtlti rijxri/iJUTjxn s j Watson Bros. & Co. I y WILL PAY THE I HIGHEST MARKET PRICES F()H ALL KINDS OF GRAIN I FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEE US I' BEFORE CELLING THEIR WHEAT § ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY. FEED WHEAT § FOR SALE ? OFFICE IN THK 1". .... .. I, i, W, U S new warehouse v\V 1C I\, W ctbil. oxnj umrtn/umr inn/i/uvuir yinmin nju injirurrirLnj uinn/uiAJ irinnnnjuij V i[ Valley Barn and Dray Line !jj D. W. McCOY, Proprietor \\ I LIVEKY — I GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES / r e do our own work and guarantee prompt j / service and fair treatment. Phone 143. To Particular Tea=Users We desire to announce that we have just re ceived some of the famous LIPTON TEAS and are now prepared to cater to all lovers of good Tea. <1 Our Saturday Specials are proving great boomers. Watch our window for them from time to time. Phone 512 1 .. KOLB'«- : CASH : GROCERY % IXL K Soda Bottling Works^ All Kinds of Soft Drinks DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE I Patronize Home Industry I , All Goods ...

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. — 3 May 1907

THE local field Friday, May 3,1907 From Saturday's Daily Mrs V. J- lias P ur l,a9t u fi" e Cfiickering piano. y G. Moorefield, the photographer, | | g back from Pendleton. Buy * Kodak at tin- photo gallery a nd showed" how to use it. fi A. Humlltou lias resigned his po iltlon with the Collins Coiumlssiou Co. Josiah Co'e is here from Sprague visit log hi« nephew J J C»le and wife, FurnUbel rooms tor light house tflcnii'Jl at Columbia Hotel, mar Ken- Tr.,.1- B ,r„. (Inward Anion. VV. L. Mnucey and Editor T. E McCroskey wtnt to Spo kane last night on hmiuess. j, ,l,u Kruse aud family are here from S.vlvan Grove, Kansas, on a visit to his father Christ Kruse and family. G. D Hanscoin, manager for the Western Stove Co., is out from Taco ,lia loaklng after his 40 acrts of land down the valley. Richard Mouncey, the hustling manager for the Cascade Lumber Co. at Rioliland. was down Saturday. .He reports business good. Miisßjsella M Hamilton has re ceived as recognition of her contribu ting ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 May 1907

5 Over $3000 Worth of | I New Spring CLOTHING jKj|L j 1 $f§| Just Arrived (da • §5 <U The choicest of spring's patterns and styles. Our stock of new Clothing would be a 9 credit to a town many times the size of Kennewick. A little difficulty with the N. P. * vMs l[ M m ma^n 8 delivery caused us nearly to double our order for spring over what we first llnfa J thought was needed, but the seeming misfortune has proven a blessing as we will need kI'JH * |jy| Wvh the double supply to meet the fast growing demand of our clothing department. ® J |ll | •A |?j Stylish Blue Serges New Fancy Worsteds JJ 1 a Single and Double Breasted Single and Double Breasted /&l%c M $13.50 to $18.50 $15.00 to $25.00 r^'x W j Our Hat Department Fine B,ack Thibet = = $18.50 You will find it Single and Double Breasted 1 ou WIU 11I1U 11 J Is crowded with the new styles in soft and stiff Hats. pleasure to Se- 1 Id-G«~e Handsome Two-Piece Suits lect • \ our leaders. $9.00 tO $15.00 i| Straw Hats We cordiall...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 May 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 3. Council Does Important Work Water Main Extension Ordered in Beach and Amon Additions. Cleaner Streets Demanded. At the regular courcil meetirg Tu*6day night much business was di patcbt and important woik in augurated. On motion of Hawts the water mains were orr.ered ex tended to Beach's addition extend ing a six-inch main down the alley clear thru to the s'.reet east of Dr. Crosby's residence, thence north along that street to the alley ruu oiug west back of Armstrong's bouse and the Columbia Hotel, and joining the water main on Wash ington street. An extension was also ordered in the Amon addition begining near Otto L. Hanson's house and extending scutli aloug Seventh street to the alley tack of the Methodist church, thence east a'ong that alley to main 0.. Pacific street. Tee coa. cil tuc Marshal vigorous iustruetious to tend to the ckaniug up of the streets and pick ing tip the louse s one. It was poin ed out th «t this should have been atten...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 May 1907

HOWE lias just received a carload of OLD HICKORY WAGONS AND BUGGIES Tiie wagons var\ lrom tiie heavy farm wagon to the light spring wagon suitable for one horse. The l»U"tr < - r«* n><>st > t fMi' stant nl two-seated road wagons, IHiWI'VL I*. House Furnishings Our delayed shipments of furniture and house hold furnishings are coming in daily. We men tion Art Squares, Tapestries, Axminster Rugs. FOR SUMMER —Screens, Screen Doors, Screen Wire, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers. BABY BUGGIES —The demand is strong and active. FOR VACATION —Tents, Hammocks, Hunt ing Suits, Wading Boots, Rifles, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Oars. HOWE, the Hardware Man who sells "Good Goods at Moderate Prices." | | 2J you visit our establishment at present you will find many wonderfully attractive arti- eles. For never before have our counters 5^ np been so attractively or so abundantly laden, gjf* All New Goods J=> and elie prices we quote are positively un- I SCOTT & CO I 5 Outfitter...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 May 1907

./innmmannjvmmi in± Watson Bros. & Co. j " c; WILL PAY THE I HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR t £ ALL KINDS OF GRAIN I c FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEE US E BEFORE THEIR WHEAT S ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY. FEED WHEAT ? FOR SALE | OFFICE IN THE I/■ • 1 \\, T l § SENV WAREHOUSE IvCP Pt 1 \VIC K, \'\ ciSl'l. 5 lArUWiTRTLf 1 nXUTTinjn nl•nnn n-Inn f lnnjxru'i i ■ UTJLTUU U U uaJXrirUXTLfITLr^ Valley Barn and Dray Line D. W. McCOY, Proprietoi LIVEN V GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PR IC Kb We do our own work and guarantee prompt service and fair treatment. Phone 143. To Particular Tea=Users We desire to announce that we have just re ceived some of the famous LIPTON TEAS and are now prepared to cater to all lovers of good Tea. Our Saturday Specials are proving great boomers. Watch our window for them from time to time. Phone 51 2 KOLB' c : CASH : GROCERY 0. K. Soda Bottling Works All Kinds of Soft Drinks DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE Patronize Home Industry All Goods Guaranteed GEO. C. FENDLER, Prop. ' EI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 May 1907

Our Line of Groceries S> I 9 well worth your thoughtful attention. Our delivery service is prompt. Our aim is to please. If anything turns out wrong, kindly let us know. We will be pleased to make it right. BREAD, TIES, CAKES and COOKIES, home baked, fresh every day. "The kind your mother used to make." HA WES & SCHOCH IOUK BIG SUBSCRIPTION OFFER $5.50 THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER DAILY AND BUNDAY KENNEWICK COURIER BOTH FOR ONS YEAR FOR I,ESS THAX THE PRICE OFTI3 K "P.-l." TT7E have made an arrangement with rpHE Post-Intelligencer will be sent res fg VV the publishers of the Seattle Post- -L ularly by mail to all who take ad s Intelligencer whereby this paper vantage of this great newspaper hr || can offer its subscri- gain. H bers the two papers for ' 1 $5.50 per year. Thisissoc IT AW || less than the regular price k\l i|V||l|>] Iff If Write or call on us for of the Post-Intelligencer. particulars. 8 Boston Methods are || 11 Different §| 9M When we do a thing we do it w...

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. — 10 May 1907

[HE LOCAL FIELD Friday. May 10. <907 ;From Saturday's Daily n tlV -i Kodak at the photo gallery ; " > '00 showed" how to use it. Mr?. J* ck Haydoii is visiting friei.ds ; Jn \V«ila Walla. Try a new South Bend watch; a Wl 7n lerMl R " WUUelock. A „g.tsHiy, the Sunshine editor h-] , u towa toiay on business and pleas ure. C W Story s»M eight acres of liit* ta „iiuSection 27 10 R. A. Rogers to-1 . . , p eter Roesch is enjoying a visit from ilia father who arrived from Kansas C.ty yesterd»y M<«. M «ry J Moore is down from f*«lstno. Idaho, visit in* her son and Miss Tamar Sorey, wiio lias been v j B ltlng her sitter, Mrs K 11. Luud\, , left last night for Lewis on, Idaha. Mrs M. E. Gobleof Pacific Grove, j pjifornia, a sister of Frank Emigh, is 1 b«re visiting him and his family for a few days. F<ank Kergaii, ttieN. P. dispatcher w ho owns laud down the valley, i» j now located at Pasco and writes to lyive bis Courier sent there. Jlr Peter and family from \ViH>.-t«r, Massa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 May 1907

We Sell for Cash Only—-and for Less i ' ~ ror the warm Another express summer days we WW MM 4 order of have three differ- § —I /l/l /% <" §-« §"& €S f|j g\° O £ A LADIES' ent styles of .M. .1. • Aim® A M. * bJ f[ ft NECKWEAR LADIES' <£ ~* and BELTS CANVAS Kennewick's Leading: Store Ki^tJS OXFORDS and inexpensive Our Motto: "Full Value" The first five days of next week we will place on sale five different lines of goods, a different line for each day. We will make these five days Bargain Days which you cannot afford to miss. Monday—Shirt Waist Day Tuesday===Wool Dress Goods Day Wednesday===Embroidery Day Thursday—Tailored Skirts Day Friday===Curtains and Draperies Day Shirt Waists \ at 20 per cent reduction, Monday wdir^E- You will find our stock Shirt Waists this sea son very -large and a great variety of dainty ' - and handsome styles to 'i Y h3> select from. Monday you can buy them and have a nice little sum left from the regular price. SPECIAL! 25 doz. Men's Work Shi...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 May 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 4 News of the River Boats The Progress of River Navigation ' Noted; New Boats Launched; Heavier Cargoes Hauled; New Schedules. The new boat, the Yakima, with Captain C S Miller inromniand. and 1 c Sclioch, well known here as a jucmber of the firm of Hawes & Schocli, purser, came thru the draw Tuesday morning on her way Priest Rapids. The Yakima was pushing a barge which had aboard the forty-five ton steam shovel which i„ to do the heavy work on the ex cavation for the power canal seven m ileH lontr which carries the water from the Rapids down to th** power house for the llanford project. The shovel was pnrchast from Wren & Greeunush hy the Cascade < oiistruc tlon company. The Yakima started from a point opposite the tunnel be low Umatilla Tuesday morning and was thentfor making good head way and pushing tlie heavy load with ease and took the shovel thru to Friest RaplUs by evi uing, a distance of 75 or bO miles. Outside of Cap! (jray, th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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