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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 June 1907

"American Lady" Shoes are designed to give the figure per fect balance while standing and ease and elasticity while walking. Wearers of "American Lady" Shoes express their satisfaction in their poise and easy bearing. Many new styles just in. $3.00 and $3.50 Of I Styie Iff 523 Royal Worcester Corsets Every woman should have a perfect fitting ccrset as it is tf e foundation for perfect fitting dresses. The Royal Worcester Corsets have long held the distinction of being the correct corset for fine fitting dresses. They are constructed on correct figure-building principles with comfort and durability added. We have many of the popular numbers. $1 to $3.50 TLnxinjiJxrirLrixuxruiruTjTJTrinjxf innjxruTJxm uxi Tjxr inj uxrmnm Just Unloaded!) 2 3 5 3 i A Carload of j Chicken Wheat | | A close buy enables us to give you \ 5 poultrvmen a snap. r t j51.25 p er Sack $1.25 j 3 Well filled. Not over 20 sacks to any [ | one person. I | j The Chas. H. Collins Co. | Successors to the Columbia Commis...

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. — 12 July 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 12 Recommend Tax for School Library County Board Adopts Supplemen tary Text-Books and Dis* I asses School Matters. Th L > County Boar.l of Education met nt Prosser Monday, .J W. Gi k ev OI«f Strandwold, and L. W. Soth present; Profs. Taylor and Nelsou, absent. Superintendent (iilkey act ed as president, a*«l Mr. Strand wold. secretary. County Superin -teudent-elect, Miss Anna GJoff was present by invitation and took part intliediscussions and formation of plans for the coming year. This was the annual meeting of the board. A list of supplementary text-books In reading, geography, history, lit erature an«l miscellaneous classes WW adopted for the twenty-six Khools of the county. The selec tions were made after a careful ex amination of the sample books sub mitted by tlie publishing houses. ; Tlie important action of the meet-; lug was the adoption of the follow- j lug resolution by a unanimous vote; i That the County Board of Educa- \ tion unanim...

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

H() \Y R hap ju? t received a carload of OLD HICKORY WAGONS 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 haeks — some fanev rubber-tired road wagons, however. House Furnishings Our delayed shipments of furniture and house hold furnishings are coming in daiiv. We men tion Art Squares, Tapestries. A\*minster Rugs. FOR SUMMER — Screens, Screen Doors, Screen Wire. Refrigerators. Ice Cream Freezers. BABY BUGGIES —The demand is strong and active. FOR VACATION—Tent*, Hammocks. Hunt ing Suits, Wading Hoots. Hi lies, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle. < >ars. HOWE, the Hardware Man who sells "Good Goods at Moderate Prices." \ Better Look Around, Mister! You'll be up against it if you don't. We were out l>v your pluce the other clay, ar.d it sti ikes rs we saw some of your idle machinery lying out there in the fields rotting and rusting away. Of course, you know they're there, jii d ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 July 1907

ST. PAUL & TACOMA LUMBER CO. Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant in the World If you are contemplating building or improving your property in an\ an ay, do not fail to call on us as we are handling O Everything in Building Material Fluming, Posts, Coal, Wood C. W. GAMBLE, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mgr. WATSON BROS. We do a general grain business. Buy your sacks before the raise. OFFICE IN THE . * 1 W 7 1 NEW WAREHOUSE X\GnP6\VICK, YVclSn. 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'S : 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. KENNEWICK Valley Barn and Dray Line D. W. McCOY, Proprietor LIVEKY GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES We do our own work and...

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

Commissioners Proceedings (.0. r.tinreA iraw Ist I'sgo fcllfill It*' boiltldt'd ;iS described. jx» t It*:* o»der of tho Board of County C »m missioners at their regular meeting ot April 3rd, 13M Kennewicl; precluet shall be bound ed as follows: Beginning at the Northwest | corner of Section *>, in township N ; N. It. L'n, E. W. M .running thence east ♦; mi («s to the northeast cor ner of section 1, in said townsliip and range, thence north nlons; the lines between ranges 2 1 * ami 29 east to its intersection with j the Columbia river ami easterly ; boundary of Benton County, thence southeasterly along the easterly boundary of Benton j County to its intersection with the line between sections 9 and 10 j in township S, X. It. 30, E. W. M , thence south to the southeast corner of Section 0. in township *. X. It 30, thence west miles lothe ipiarterpcst between sec tions * and 17. township \ X. It. :m>. east, thence south one mile, thence west H, miles to the south west corner of s...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 July 1907

THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, July 12, 1907 Wanted—lo,ooo second hand sack?. Chas. H. Collins Co. Win. Dircksen is at Spokane on business Miss Elizabeth Faires !g clerking- at fuller & Uoeseh's store. RoyceTripp Is the X. P. freight man," having bejua Thursday. (jood work team fur sale. A. W. Wise, i IU-rt Scott and Alvin Fisher were «t North Yakiinn, returning- Sunday. W.J. Eakin and family left Sun d.iv morning for Seattle for the sum mer. Head Ashbangh's ad. on last page. Mi<l-Suninier Clearance Sale all next week. J. H. Dodsoti was at Prosser Tues- 1 day trying to secure a reaper to cut wheat hay. U.S. Bell's are living 011 the Win. Richard's tract formerly the residence 0 f F. M. Kent. Attorney C. (). Anderson is spend ing the week at Heleua, Montana, on legal business. A. A. Haskell and family are living lu the 801 111 tn house adjoining their own property. Henry Tweedt lias goue to Gene-! g ee, Idaho, for an extended stay with his brother. 0. T. Howard came down from Prosser...

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

—a—mmamm m—— sjbms —a—i a—a— —■■■■BMMcaaaßgacc —a—a—as——mmmm - ■ — — — wmmmmmmammaemmmmammKmmmmm mm— %• Begins Saturday, July 13; Ends Saturday, July 20 A BACKWARD SPRING-Unusual weather conditions this season have temporarily held up the demands of our customers, and we realize, however, you need the goods just the same. The weather has now gotten into seasonable condition and you have time to wear the seasonable goods we have here for you. This sale so early in the season, however, takes off the profits that we naturally expected to make, but our loss is your gain. We positively must unload there seasonable goods NOW, not next month, but NOW. You will find many desirable bargains that youj&eed. Every article is marked with a plain price ticket on it. DON'T DELAY. Come on the opening day, or as soon as possible. A BIG SACRIFICE OF PRICES on Seasonable Merchandise Cool, Dainty Colored Lawns We bought extra heavy of this line and had the weather been more favorable we coutd easil...

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

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. i;s Walla Walla District Has Half a Million Acres Untaken Benton County Alone Has Nearly Fifty Thousand Acres Still Open to Entry. There are still over 500,000 acres of land, unappropriated and unreserved In the Walla Walla land district of nine counties still open for settle ment, according to the annual state ment issued by the United States land office at Walla Walla Nearly 300,000 acres of this land has been surveyed, while the remainder is un gtaked. Fanning, grazing and prairie lands are iu the majority of this vast tract. Much of it is moun tainous and timbered and some is arid. Columbia county has the greatest amount of vacant land, 168,251 acres, altho there are but 15 972 acres open to settlement. 152,279 acres being un surveyed. The greatest amount of surveyed land, untaken. is in Asotin county, which has 56.278 acres sub ject to entry. The total amount of government land iu this county is 99,571 acres leaving 13,293 still unsnr veyed. A...

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

HOW E ha- just received a carload of OLD HICKORY WAGONS 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 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, ()ars. HOWE, the Hardware Man who sells "Good Goods at Moderate Prices." NO II >10A OF ECONOMY Some men just seem to delight in burning up their money. Wo suppose they do it in other ways, too, but they I urn a lot of it on poor Lumber. And if money spent for poor stufT is utterly wasted in any one way more than another, that way is in buying poor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 July 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 lei 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 NEW LUMBER YARDS at Hanford and White Bluffs City Lumber, Builders' Materials FLUMING, POSTS, WOOD, COAL We will be able to furnish all yotr Building Material at a reasonable figure. JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewici,. TWIN CITY wi St cm n ST'":?? c= OV,0 V , . Rb. ii< iil' K i j i PURE DISTILLED WATER ICE AND PURE DISTILLED WATER Deliveries made every day in any quantities above 10 lbs. If you want ice, hang out your card. Buy a Ccupon Ticket and get a discount. Twin City Ice & Cold Storage Co. CHURCH & STRINGER, Proprietors Phone 212 Boston Methods are Different When we do a thing we do it with our whole heart. We want results and we are gett...

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

ST. PAUL & TACOMA LUMBER CO. Largest l.um »cr Manufacturing Plant in the World If \ Oil !!!'<* CO I! t fr''t : U <1 HJJ or niij ro\ .lit. t« ui i-t • n ii any way, do not fail to call on ur as we are handling Everything in Building Material Fluming. Posts, Coal. Wood l il.i.llDlj! jj-un mru u•r ,i . ' ruo^ 1 WATSON BROS. \ We clo a general grain business. Buy your sacks before the raise. new w!re T hou ß e Kennewick, Wash. To Particular Tea=Users We desire to announce that we have just re ceded 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' c : 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 Valley Barn and Dray Line ' D. W. McCOY, Proprietor LIVEKY GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES We do our own work and gu...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 July 1907

fHE LOCAL FIELD Friday, July * 9 <>7 Cbueace King i* in Seattle on busl fur tin' store Mesadefeated White Bluffs Sunday ..«re of s to 7 in a twelve inning by f CHl»^ Mrs Mag-h' ,(t lier w •' Earnest I u Simmons N b ick from Spo taoe where he has been attending bUßii' t ' sS c ' J G. Smith left Tuesday for Buhl, where lie has land under the Yffiu Falls pr »j -ct. Wiu. Stieg'er and daughter ' t g ( iin at work cooking on the iteainer *K. Todd. jack Sehwlndler has been at Echo. Oregon, to get scrapers for use on bin railroad contract. jjiciiael Earle, the mainspring of ♦be C-iscade Construction Co.. was Ha town the first of the week r ypj E. F. Berrian, lrom Expan sion, Washington, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. A. Anthony. Urs. W. L LaMotte and son Jesse are herefrom The Met how on a two j we ekH' visit to her sister Mrs N A. j jlcPliee- Harry Sweet, who has been visit ing at H. B. Haney's a couple of week?, returned to his home in Spo kaue Monday. LOST— A light, colored lap ...

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

772arli?$MMk The 7J2arfen 16 gauge is tVe only Eght-weieht repeating sun in the w«ld and is the handiest gun made for ail sorts of game The Tflar/rn >is an exact miniature of the famous fflarf/si 12 I\ %yr-sSi| gauge—built in all the working parts of drop-forged steel; barrel of "Special jf""~ iAI n "TT A Smokdcss Steel," bored for both black and smokeless powders; stock and 1 V fore-end o( sound, handsome walnut, and all put For You to Choose and for us to cut, whatever joint you may desire. But 110 matter whether we sell you Beef, \ eal, Mutton, Lamb or Pork, you may be sure of buying a choice ami juicy cut that will give you every satis faction. We handle onlv good and wl.oieso lie meat cut from healthy stock. For such high-grade meat our prices are low. KENNEWICK MARKET Wm. DircKsen, Prop. TJ WE CARD West Bound East Bound No. 1—12:30 p. m. No. 2 ~>:X, a. m No. 3 —4:10 a. m. No. 4—S:JO p. m No. 5—10:20 a m. No. t; 1:10 a m. No I~> 9:25 p.m. No. 10—!»:40a. m No.s 1, 2 and...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 July 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. vr. NO. 11 Spray the Cherry Trees. County Fruit inspector 1,,-ipe has issue*! the i dlowing statement with reference to Prosser and we publish It for the I'Puefi I of our cherry grow ers he.e. The sooner the practice of spraying is taken up and systematic ally attended to, the better it will be for everybody in any way concerned la the fruit production in the Keuue wick valley. "Why not spray and beautify our home and our city ? Is it not a duty that we owe our town ami our fel low-man to keep our city clean and neat of all pest? If so, why not upray for the cherry slug that is des troy inir our cherry and pear trees ft mi disfiguring the beauty of our beautiful little city. ' The pest is doing the trees a great damage, and will if allowed to run from year to yea*-, finally kill the tree. The state deputy inspector says that the people must care for their trees or the county must for them. We trust that everybody will go to work at once and clean up th -ir...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 July 1907

>35,^ reo RATHER HOT WEATHER f T0 TALK ABOUT £&aßes=s&\ > A mm Stoves rJTa l>nt thon wo want you to know that wo liavo just re- eoivod A Carload of Celebrated Penin= sular Ranges, Cooks, Heaters direct from the factory ut r „ RBH _ Detroit, Mich. Buying iu 1 tills quantity saves us on & _ 3 the first cost of the article . | as well lis a vi 11^ MAJESTIC Range If you want a malleable J&lx IZ' ■,> *_"r^'h stove, don't be fooled but •JEnasilaida 1 J ]%'•'wflr^rM get a Majestic and you'll B i&j g«g|jn« Our line of Hardware, Furniture, rndertaking. Wagons and Buggies is ■ ' We need your business — fjoStScll r: ! j '■ii.' < ' ;^-i: '...[ we want your business 'peninsular H. A. HOWE Right Goods at Right Prices Barking Up the Wrong Tree You're off the trail if you imagine we can't fill any kind of a Lumber or Building Material lull. We have everything here in the shape of Building Material that we think anj' man is likely to need, and our prices arc so low...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 July 1907

Our Line of Groceries Is well worth your thoughtful attention. Oar delivery service is prompt. Our aim i. to please. It anything turns out wrong, kindly let us know. VVe 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 vruin j ltu uu ruTnruTj"LTLri jxruinxiTLnxi njxriruTJxrLri jTruiJiTLTLnn nxuTrLniJxiAJT-^ i NEW LUMBER YARDS! I at Hanford and White Bluffs City \ I Lumber, Builders' Materials I FLUMING, POSTS, WOOD, COAL I | We will te able to furnish all your Building Material £ £ at a reasonable figure. 5 i JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, KennewiCfc 5 ui/u urru"LrLru"i_nj njTJTji_TLnjT_n ajtji j"U"Lrin_n n ru"u~i_n_ri_n-n an .ruuuu • nn a/ixltltla vnro TWIN CITY ICE 4 COLD STORAGE CO. ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH PURE DISTILLED WATER ICE AND PURE DISTILLED WATER Deliveries made every day in any quantities above 10 lbs* If you want ice, hang out your card. Buy a Coupon Ticke...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 July 1907

ST. PAUL & TACOMA LUMBER CO. Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant in the World If you are contemplating building or improving your property in any way, do not fail to call on us as we are handling Everything in Building Material Pluming, Posts, Coal, Wood C. W. GAMBLE, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mgr. | TLrmnjxirnj\ruxrinruirux^ ] WATSON BROS. | I We do a general grain j I business. I I Buy your sacks before g | the raise. I I new'Tvleehouse Kennewick, Wash. J i i aw j\irnjXiTJTn/iAruTJTJTJTnj , \njxmiTLruxfUTJTJxruxnjVLruxrLrLruTJ irurnrurru uxro 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. IJ Our Saturday Specials are proving great boomers. Watch our window for them from time to time. Phone 512 KOLB'S : CASH : GROCERY 0. K. Soda Bottling Works All Kinds of Soft Drinks DEUVERED ON SHORT NOTICE Patronize Home Industry All Goods Guaranteed GEO. C. FENDLER, Prop. KENNEWICK ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 July 1907

•HE LOCAL FIELD Friday* July 26, 1907 "Vlrf- Myrtle Faulkner is the stew n | rf s on the Steamer Mountain G<»>- \ !lsses Eunice Oliver and Bernice c,itli viidted in Walla Walla the of the week. \lr« M. Heard is taking a vacation * „,.,k at Mountain Home. Washington. --""-I other points, jl,- and Mrs. F. C. Koppen, of handing up the Columbia. >re |, ere transacting business in the city jlr. ftinl Mi*s ( - • Story and daugbtft- Geneva 1; ft Monday morn jnjrfor a ten (lays' outing at Long Beach- Mr. anJ Mrs. C. W. Wiegel and children came home from Haydon lake, a resort near Spokane, Satur day evening. Xiie Kennewick Land Company gold Tract No. 1, six acres, on Xob Hi|| to J. 0- Sawyer fr >iu the Wen- I ntehee country. I Mrs. A R Lo vr and bub n I |*rnic»tl»er Mrs John Straub, left I Tu'sdiiy morning for Garfield to the Summer ! The repair shops of the Washing ton & Columbia River lly. at Hunt's Junction are to be be moved to Pas co in the near future. A camel can go ei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 July 1907

•s m s :2 | Your Summer Vacation t - — :• -5 will be enjoyed with less annoyance if you pack well your belongings in 3t one of our j| Handsome New Trunks and | Suit Cases 35 We have just received, direct from the factory, a large shipment of the most-called-for styles in Ladies' and Gentlemen's Trunks and Suit Cases. It will be a pleasure for us to show you the line. The prices are very ;*■ reasonable. 3S — I H. M. ASHBAUGH & CO. I ■ 'I 4S > 5 1 I gun in the an d is the handiest gun mack for all sorts of game I The 77lqr/rn 16 is an exact miniature cf the famous fflarfin 12 sj^vl I I*n ?P worLing parts of drop-forg?»dsteel; barrel of "Special L! iv k a;.d i*.»wders ; stock and %/P Stylish Harness aj | will add to the ap ,4\ pearanfce of any hors-e. We j m "ke the very finest Harness and Saddlery £< A\ (I we ,113^e repaiis V \ \ quickly and skilfully. Our *—r-t j j ti prices aie proper. hfcr HORgE* Jones, the Harness Man KENNEWICK ABSTRACT CO. Owners of Abstracts of Title t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 August 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. N<>. 15 Won a Fortune i in Six Years Now Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hover Go ■ on a Long Vacation Journey. . i from the Spokane Chronicle i p v a transfer of all the stock of the Kennewick Land Co to Arie Hover f J. Scliiffner, H. A. Hover has . levered his connection with that in gtitution, which will hereafter be | conducted by the new owners. H. A. Hover lias retired altogether > from the Kennewick Land Co. and Lflth Tlios. H. Brewer, and Harry A. flood has incorporated the Hover Investment Co. with a capital stock »f $250,000 to carry out Mr. Hover's t business agreements and to handle big remaining property. .• The work connected with this gi gantic business transaction, involv p |pg over $"25,000, was completed I only yesterday in the offices of the | Trustee Co. of Spokane, after expert 1 auditors and clerks had been employ ed on the books and legal papers for three weeks. I Only six years ago H. A. Hover | began buying land in this state, with...

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