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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 October 1907

i P 7 " Grand Display of Fall and Winter goods W We would say we 1 j Wc ave never > et <fe -2g glndlym.il samples -,«l p,,™,. w. JP J dfrm an — coftantly keep adding new 1 i££3 Benton County's Largest Exclu- HrS small, will always best attention. Courteoui 1 sive Dry Goods Store » lowe*t cash pricei. tion. ' 9? yOU are naturally interested in the new Fall and Winter goods at this season. Your Winter supplies must be purchased soon. a* I Where t0 gel is ,he question. Shall 1 send away or get them at home? Naturally you would rather buy at home, when you can make your selections from stock. For months 5 we have been receivirg new Fall gccds, intil tc-cey v.e Uve a itcck cf $25.CC0. The largest exclusive stock of Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes in Benton County. We invite you to visit 35 our store-carefully examine goods, compare our prices and values, and we are very sure we can convince you as to the best, most convenient and economical place to buy your Fall goods. % SIT Shoe De...

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

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 28 Commercial Club Excursion The Kennewick Commercial Club excursion last Saturday to Priest Rapids and intermediate points was an enjoyable affair. The weather jas ideal. Thirty-two members of the club went aboard for the excur gfon and those not members of the club together with the regular pass engers made a party of 55 or 60. The "Gem" first stopped at Pasco where several passengers including Dr. Blalock of Walla Walla were taken aboard. The Steamer made all the regular gtope on the schedule and reached Priest Rapids at 7 Saturday evening. After supper the Club held a meet ing in the Gem's Cabin and the questions regarding the Open River fere discussed. Dr. Blalock made a n extempore speech explaining that an expert examination of the Staemer Norma showed that she xsa& in an unseaworthy condition gad to purchase was wholly unad visable. Dr. Blalock said it was be ing planned now to increase the cap ital stock of the Open River Associa tion ...

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

\xuxr\x\ri-ruu uu uu u uu juuuuuafi^ j Don t be Deceived j 5 3 S «n I as to who does the business in Feed, Seeds, i f Hay, Grain and Poultry Supplies. f jWe Set the Pace; Others Follow i We do the largest business of any firm | lin Benton county. We now operate three 5 I house on the Columbia River. f I I j WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS j jCHAS. H. COLLINS CO.! | The Reliable Buyers of Farm Products 5 I RICHLAND - WHITE BLUFFS - KENNEWICK 1 aw nn/vruin/in/inAJvariruvn n/irutruiriALnjin.n jtjxtuwvixp n.rin"nrnr wrr. RATHER HOT WEATHER TO TALK ABOUT wv Stoves g3?ib ut then we want you to know that we have just re ceived A Carload of Celebrated Penin= sular Ranges, Cooks, Heaters direct from the factory at an well as a large saving liSb to five our customers the 1 |H||| KKpM | |s||| I we % wS'ylXuuL"u«B > H. A. HOWE Right Goods at Right Prices COME have fits; and some have a fit. No lady or gentleman is properly dressced unless they are fit. The ladies can be fit with an up to-date hat and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 November 1907

ST. PAUL & TACOMA LUMBER CO. Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant in the World If you are contemplating building or improving your property in an\ May, do not fail to call on us as we are handling O Everything in Building Material Fluming, Posts, Coal, Wood H. W. NELSON, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mirr 3. K. Soda Bottling Works AH Kinds of Soft Drinks DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE Patronize Home Industry All Goods Guaranteed )EO. C. FENDLER, Prop. KENNEWICK Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. THE KENNEWICK CLUB Billiards, Pool Cigars Soft Drinks A Fine Line of CONFECTIONERY Fresh Every Week HAYDON & HOLMES Proprietors The ANTLERS HOTEL best in the city Adjacent to depot. Special Mention to commercial and transient trade. Sample room. Rates reasonable. MEET ALL TRAINS MRS. A BELL, Proprietor KENNEWICK, WASH. tannewick Studio ' 8 the place to set up to date photographic w »»r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 November 1907

NOTICE OF HEARING In the mutter of the apportion ment of tlie costs and damages of ' the Haxton Drainage District No 1 , of Benton county. To F W Ahrens and Jane D< e Ahrens, his wife Take notice that the county surveyor has made his apportionment of the costs and dam ages of Haxton Drainage District No lof Benton County, and filed his report thereof with the County Auditor of said county; and the county commissioners of Benton county have fixed Monday, the 4th day of November, A D 1907, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the court house at Prosser, Wash, as the time and place for hearing said report. Said district includes the follow ing described lands: Tracts eight(B and nine(9) Hover Villa Tracts, according to the plat of said tracts }>eing in the county of Benton, state of Washington, and containing two and 75-100(2.75)aeres in section G township 8 N Range 30 E, W. M. of which you are the owner or re puted owner. W S Jenkins, auditor. NOTICE OF HEARING In the matter of the apportionm...

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

NOTICE OF HEARING In the matter of the apportionment of the puts and damage* of the Haxton Drainage pistrii:t no 1, Kenton county. jo F K Kmi'is mid Jane I>oe Evan*, his wife, lake notice that the county «urveyor has made bis apportionment of the costs and damages of Haxton drainage district No. 1 of U„>ntoii coun ty and filed his report thereof with the county auditor of said county; and the county com missioners have fixed Monday, the 4th day of jiovember, a d. I#o7, at 10 o'clock a m. at the court house at Frostier, as the time and place for h aring said report. Said district includes the following d scribed lands-west 8 acres of tract 5 of the Chicago ten acre tracts, according to the plat of said tracts of record in th# office of the county auditor of seid county containing, eight acres; said land being situated in Benton county, wash., and being a part of sec. 5, twp. 8, n re w in, of which you are th* owner, or reputed owner. w. S. Jenkins, Co. Aud. NOTICE OF HEARING In...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 November 1907

jS Closing Out® U Sale j| I The result of our recent Sale was so satisfactory that wgg? we have decided to continue it until November 1 ft. Wj^ Ladies' Skirts Boys' Suits |jp| $12 Skirts, this sale $8.15 2 i yrs to 6 || || $4.50 Suits, this sale 6 44 " 44 4.15 2.50 " " 44 1.95 3 " " 44 2.15 Men's Ties All $1.50 Men's Shirts $1.15 65c Ties, this sale 50c _ _ 41 1.25 " 44 .95 50c 44 " 44 30c ij[©|j 44 1.00 44 44 .75 40c 44 44 44 25c {5^ 44 .75 44 44 .55 10c 44 44 44 5c ||lj| Sewing Machines for Sale or Rent. ||j|j Egjffl A full line of Staple Groceries. fl|§? A car of the Famous Palouse Spuds expected daily. Flour and Feed. || Kennewick Trading g H. E. Huntington W.A. hawes Hp lIAAAJI/UlAiniVUUUWlAAAAAAAAAAfUiriAnJTniiriJlJuinJuirijuUiuuju NEW LUMBER YARDS at Hanford and White Bluffs City f Lumber, Builders' Materials ! FLUMING, POSTS, WOOD, COAL 5 We 'will be able to furnish all your Building Material at a reasonable figure. g JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewic 5 j\nivri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 November 1907

\0 LOCAL FIELD priday, Nov. 1, 1907 "•Fresh, roasted peanuts at the Club, jj,*. A. Bell was in Seattle the last of the week. jlrs. Stewart at Hover has been 4 oite Hi ' (,r Beverul days. Ar thur Rose is at the Crosby sani- with pneumonia. is a good time to select your presents at Whitlock's. lllgs McGulre at Hover Is suffering join an attack of typhoid fever, pie tbe Currvs' about your eyes, at O tt)a Hotel Keunewick, Tuesday, Nov. 12. * large shipment of canned goods ]a»t arrived at the Keunewick Trad ing Co. finest line of pipes In the city at the Club; Haydeu aud Holmes pro prietors. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clem potS) Mouday, October 2lth, n daughter. ' jjiss Mary Hall, a teacher in Pros -1 spent Sunday with Miss "telie Brown. 4. B. Fallls of Montreal, Canada, purchased a ten-acre tract at Rich land last week says the Advocate. E. W. Kitt has sold his 160 acre farm 9 miles south of Harrington for |3500, says the Harrington Citizen. Mrs. H. J. Duffy Is at the home of her parent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 November 1907

"Holland" Boys' Shoes are "Wearproof" Clothing is 1 5 -5 SECURITY SCHOOL „ JMB» rt - ~r r _ 5 S Made for All Boys Made for All Boys ] W/ V r ~T I HEY ARE Boys' Shoe Specialists, if you r I 'HIS SUIT is absolutely irrisistible to strain, SIJIT * hak a» jfcy * ■ pj ease — anc | every Holland Boy's Shoe is | The workmanship represents the highest •! UAnc 5 np j£f \ made over a Special Last that has been standard of manufacture. It is silk stitched fg| f 5 3? IModeled Over the Growing Foot of a boy. Or- throughout—the trousers have the largest double dinary boys* shoes are not made so accurately— seat and knees made, every seam is taped and 5> f a they are made from pieces of leather, from scraps double sewed. The fabrics are furnished by all f j 3* an( j inferior materials, "left over" from the "what the leading woolen manufacturers in the country, • V *~fc| Our Boys' Security School Shoe is . , , j l £ »L • i* . J made of Highland Calf with extra strong isn t used in making a mans ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 November 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 29 Odd Fellows Jubilate Local Ledge Banquets State Grar.d Master Graham. The Kennewick Odd Fellows Monday evening entertained J. A. Graham, of Aberdeen, Grand Mas ter Washington State Lodge, I. 0. 0. F. The Lodge was called for work and candidates given the in itiatory degree and other floor work performed, for the inspection of the Grand Master. The election of officers was then held which re sulted as follows: Geo. D. Hunter, N. G.; A. H. Richards, V. G.; F. G. Staley, Secretary; W. F. Sonderman, Fi nancial Secretary; Chas. Conway, Treasurer; Jas. Crowell, Trustee. After the election the members of the lodge and their visitors re paired to Hotel Kennewick where an elaborate menu was served. MENU OlympU Oyster Stew, in cups Relishes Duageness Crab Salad Chicken Croquettes with Mushrooms Ho re* Heaven Wild Goose, Kennewick Style Baked Sweet Potatoes Celery Mayonalse Sorbet a la Romain Coffee After ample justice had been done to the above the party ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 November 1907

tJVnauxjixuTJTjT/v\XLruLruruuuuuuLn_ruu uultuu i_, uu uu ltuuuu juuuul nn^ Don't be Deceived j a t as to who does the business in Feed, Seeds, | Hay, Grain and Poultry Supplies. " We Set the Pace? Others Follow 1 <1 We do the largest business of any firm f in Benton county. We now operate three 3 house on the Columbia River. f ===s====^= _ , , 5 WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS j CHAS. H. COLLINS CO. The Reliable Buyers of Farm Products 5 RICHLAND - WHITE BLUFFS - KENNEWICK | tn/njTn/iAftAAAA/in/uiririr nnprninn»Bo Jnt £ RATHER HOT WEATHER TO TALK ABOUT l» Stoves but then we want you to know that we have just re -5J5 ceived A Carload of Celebrated Penin= sular Ranges, Cooks, Heaters direct from the factory at we want y*our business. PENINSULAR H. A. HOWE Right Goods at Right Prices By trading a t our store you get your goods delivered in a rubber tired buggy. Just try it, and see the differ ence. Your sugar will be sweeter; your coffee stronger; biscuits hotter and the spots brighter in you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 November 1907

1 Watch | 1 I this space jj 1 for prices 8 Sgj * 1 ® we will quote next week. | Sewing Machines for Sale or Rent. jiij SKA A full line of Staple Groceries. ?§j& |||£j A car of the Famous Palouse Spuds expected daily. \®X ?|j| Flour and Feed. jgg? || Kennewick Trading. || jj||j H.E.Huntington W.A. Hawes LTU rui^ NEW LUMBER YARDS f I at Hanford and White Bluffs City \ j Lumber, Builders' Materials \ 1 FLUMING, POSTS, WOOD, COAL I | We will be able to furnish all your Building Material | § at a reasonable figure. 5 \ I JOHNSOiN & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewic I 3in/uuTJi/irLnxi/njTXUi/UTJiAJxriruviiiixnnjTJxnxuiJTjnruTJxrLnjTj.rmn.rLnxLrLn \r6 Hamilton Supply & Trading Co. The Cash Regulator BUYS AND SELLS EVERYTHING And pays higher prices for ho lie pro duce and sells best imported produce cheaper than any other firm tn Ben ton County. Why? Because we do our own work and our expenses are nominal. Sf?op French is still at the old stand prepared to shoe any horse a-goin'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 November 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 Fluming, Posts, Co 1, Wood H. W. NELSON, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mgr. O. K. Soda Bottling Works All Kinds of Soft Drinks DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE v Patronize Home Industry All Goods Guaranteed mmm mmmm——m—mmmmmmm—mmmmm—mm•mm GEO. C. FENDLER, Prop. KENNEWICK Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. # # # THE KENNEWICK CLUB Billiards, Pool Cigars Soft Drinks A Fine Line of CONFECTIONERY Fresh Every Week HAYDON & HOLMES Proprietors The ANTLERS HOTEL BEST IN THE CITY Adjacent to depot. Special attention to commercial and transient trade. Sample room. Rates reasonable. WE MEET ALL TRAINS MRS. A- BELL, Proprietor KENNEWICK, WASH Kennewick Studio ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 November 1907

foLOCAL FIELD JSJiy, Nov. 8, 1907 the debate toulght. = <K«b rousted peanuts at the Club. tobaccos and cigars at I Bewick Club, .. f, Dfftu «ag Rt Prosser Tuep | business. iLt ® a ' ,,c an<l ™" w 'cal tostru ■; at Whltelock's. 1 rn. to M p - an<l M rß - H. E ? -«* Wednesday, Nov. 6lh, a son. *j| p'' (. i. \V. 0. King in recovering nice -1 recent minor operation I» and Mrs. W. F. Baker were at the first of the week. Inline of pipes in the city at flab; Hay den and Holmes pro p. M. Kent went to Walla Pi last night for hospital treat ttorney C. O. Anderson was over jfacoma the first of the week on E. Pratt is out from Chicago on pantof the Drainage ditch and matters, idttOtjbter was born to Mr. and Stevt-ns living south of Nov. 2. and Mrs. J. A. Penn (behome of S. D. Feckenpaugh in iCity. Sunday, Nov. 3, a daughter. ),Tid Vaughn of Walla Walla whs towa this week looking after his 4 Interests Since his last visit lid enjoyed an en tensive tour of rope- IW. Kitt and brother are ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 November 1907

securittschool"Holland" Boys' Shoes are "Wearproof" Clothing is Made for AH Boys Made for A Boys STRONGEST \ I 'HEY ARE Boys' Shoe Specialists, if you r | 'HIS SUIT is absolutely irrisistible to strain. JF \-* Ip l ease—and every Holland Boy's Shoe is J The workmanship represents the highest vUII | made over a Special Last that has been standard of manufacture. It is silk stitched -i , MADE ifir j Modeled Over the Growing Foot of a boy. Or- throughout—the trousers have the largest double w dinary boys' shoes are not made so accurately— seat and knees made, every seam is taped and they are made from pieces of leather, from scraps double sewed. The fabrics are furnished by all / Our Boys' Security School Shoe is anc * e " or mater i a ' s « over" from the "what the leading woolen manufacturers in the country, JHm/ made of Highland Calf with extra dtrong isn't used" in making a man's shoe. and are chosen for their superior wearing qualities JSw shoe bills?*™ money for you or Our leathe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 November 1907

Supplement to the "Kennewick Courier", Nov. 8,1907 1 - I 11 If you are thinking of building 4t will pay you to talk with the Lewtas Bros. Carpenters and Builders jj R. F. D. No. 1 - Kennewick, Wn. Auditor's Annual Exhibit of the Finances of Benton County, Washington. Statement of warrants redeemed and outstanding June 30, 11)07 Number * Outstanding Value Outstanding issued Fund June 30, 1900 Warrants Paid June MO, 1907 1328 Current expense (551)3 89 36388 83 30011 78 12970 94 25 County indebt'ness 22000 00 17000 00 5000 00 Road & brdg dists 284 23 12351 96 '• 12 .49 81 , 38(5 3^ 18 Gen road & bridge 5773 03 5723 53 49 5" 4 Game protection 270 40 2<;i) 40 1 00 13 Marriage Certificate 33 00 33 00 (i Institute 191 40 1<»1 40 Totals 6878 12 71>978 62 65448 92 18407 82 County clerk's salary 1071 77] Deputy's salary 97 00 Copyists and assistants 57 79 Total ' 1226 56 County treasurers salary -1074 4:> Deputies' salaries 408 35 Assistants • 92 75 Total 1575 53 Sheriff's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 November 1907

EXTRA SPECIAL! R.M&CO. Owing to the delay in our advertising matter, we have gotten out another poster telling the people of Kennewick of the greatest opportun ity of their lives to buy their Fall and Winter Clothing, Shoes, Under wear, Overcoats and all Gent's Furnishings. REMEMBER you have only four more days left, so don't fail to visit this great sale. One visit will convince you that you can save from 50 to 75 per cent on every dollar you spend. And just think: this is just the season of the year when you are paying other high prices. What s the use ? Come to the store where the big yellow signs are and hitch your $ 1 to more merchandise than $2 can buy elsewhere, for we need the money and the National Brokerage & Sales Co., which is in charge, gets it. Sale Closes Saturday, Nov. 9th, at 9:30 p. m. SATURDAY SPECIAL Saturday we will have a Box Sale. Every Box will be wrapped in plain paper and no one can tell what it contains; but we will guarantee it to contain merchand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 November 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 30 The Forger Caught and Jailed. Otto Viergutz, who forged checks on G. W. Lane and W. B. Williams on October 26th, was located in Missoula, Montana, by marshal Ellis and arrested by the Missoula deputy sheriff- Marshal Ellis arrived here w ith him Friday. Saturday his preliminary was held before Judge Richardson and he was bound over to the Superior Court. Viergutz plead guilty to the charge and ad mitted he was in for it. Viergutz forged two checks for $45 each, on G. W. Lane and one for $65 on W. B. Williams. He got the cash on one of the $45 checks at Ashbaugh's and on the other at King & Son's. The $65 check was passed at The Kentucky Bar. The checks were passed on Sunday evening and the forgeries discovered Monday. The two were fairly good imitatons of Lane's signature but that of Williams was a bungling job. Mar shal Ellis went to Walla Walla to trace him up. There were two clues to work on. During the five mon ths Vierfiutz worked on th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 November 1907

% WIItfWWiAAAAAAar 1/i/irtrvruxru LTLTLruiruxnj uu uv u uu jutiijuu ju i u As Good as a U. S. Mint ] p 3 is the flock of hens that will lay all inter. Kgjs are batter than Clearing House CertiA- z.' catei. How can you get eggs? By a care- r ful feeding of BLOOD MEALS, 1 iIvCF _ SCRAPS, GROUND BONE, OYSTER I SHELL, CRYSTAL GRIT and EGG FOOD. - We also carry the complete line of tliero feeds for your hen: Wheat, Oats, Barley, etc. jj We want ALL your fresh |j We want AH your Live Poultay. jj By our pnices and treatment we will get it. cj ' 5 GHAS. H. COLLINS CO.j The Reliable Buyers of Farm Products 5 RICHLAND - WHITE BLUFFS - KENNEWICK \ pt —■■WMirm nnnnnnnnn rtruraaruTn.Ln.njin aanaanan rumartn an irJ RATHER HOT WEATHER y to talk about ut then we want you t0 know tliat we have just re **** ceived A Carload of Celebrated Penin= gular Ranges, Cooks, Heaters direct from the factory at wmim Detroit, Mich. Buying In ..uik-u-^B thin quantity saves us on the first cost of the article an we...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 November 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 O Everything in Building Material Fluming, Posts, Co 1, Wood H. W. NELSON, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mgr. 0« K. Soda Bottling Works All Kinds of Soft Drinks DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE Patronize Home Industry All Goods Guaranteed QEO. C. FENDLER, Prop. KENNEWICK | Kennewick Transfer Co. j | Livery and Feed Stable f $ Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. | I Prompt and Satisfactory Service. | In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. <9 <8 THE KENNEWICK CLUB Billiards, Pool Cigars Soft Drinks A Fine Line of CONFECTIONERY Fresh Every Week HAYDON & HOLMES Proprietors The ANTLERS HOTEL BEST IN THE CITY Adjacent to depot. Special attention to commercial and transient trade. Sample room. Rates reasonable. WE MEET ALL TRAINS MRS. A BELL, Proprietor KENNEWICK, WASH Kennewick Studio Is the plftce to ...

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