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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 November 1907

P| A car of "Snow Drift" Flour and Dayton Steam pg IS Rolled Barley; NO SMOf. g II Also a car of the Famous Palouse Spuds. f§i g Exclusive Sale Agents for Chase & Sanborn's S j|| K. T. Co. Teas & Coffees. g iljjii Sewing Machines for Sale or Rent. flff g Kennewick Trading jjjj H. E. Huntington W. A. Hawes LTVJ uunnn/uinnnnnnrinArLriJiJxnjvrij^u^njTJxnxirLrLriixruuxriijTJji NEW LUMBER YARDS 1 at Hanford and White Bluffs City | Lumber, Builders' Materials 1 FLUMING, POSTS, WOOD, COAL 2 We will be able to furnish all your Building Material 5 at a reasonable figure* | JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewic Hamilton Supply & Trading Co. The Cash Regulator BUYS AND SELLS EVERYTHING And pays higher prices for ho ne 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. BlaeKsmitf? $l?op French is mill at the old stand prepared to shoe any bora* a-gniu'. General Blacksmiths ar...

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. — 15 November 1907

jjiE LOCAL FIELD frit' ay, Nov. 15,1907 p E. Pratt has returned to Cbic«g°- Soft drii ks of all kinds at the Ker jtfWick CI ul. jj. Van! orn and family were from Richland yesterday. Lots of (li; inonds selling at White lock's. Call and look over the line H. A. Il«>' writes from Pasadena California to have the Courier sent tt>biai. jir. and .Mrs. S. G. Leonard were 0 p from Hover Wednesday on busi ness. Arle Hov< r was over from Walla Walia on li.Ld business the first of tlie week. Registration closed Tuesday night with 150 voters within thecity limits registered. Ed. Golh.rd and family have re turned from Ritzville aud that sec tion where he lias been harvesting. Rev. Chandler, the Baptist minis ter, will occupy the Lawsou house, which W. F. Baker will soon vacate. Si m McElvaln, Jack Swindler and Jim Justice are back to town, on acct unt of the North Coast stopping work. Tl.e Big Band Concert will be post pored uutil Dec. 6th. Remember tin date and help a good thing along ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 November 1907

"Holland" Boys' Shoes are "Wearproof" Clothing is SECURITY SCHOOL - J , I M. I Made for All Boys Made for AH Boys STOONGp \ r T™ I HEY ARE Boys' Shoe Specialists, if you r | 4 HIS SUIT is absolutely irrisistible to strain. 'cnr*? MAKons jp.. j* • please—and every Holland Bey's Shoe is The workmanship represents the highest U* made over a Special Last that has been standard of manufacture. It is silk stitched i jgp > J Modeled 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 L. a they are made from pieces of leather, from scraps double sewed. The fabrics are furnished by all j an j inferior materials, "left over" from the "what the leading woolen manufacturers in the country, Our Boys' Security School Shoe is . .1 ■ 1 1 r ..l • • • i- ■ i&ade of Highland Calf with extra strong isn t used in making a man s shoe. and are chosen tor their superior wearin...

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. — 22 November 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 31 Kennewick Gets Next Meeting. Washington Good Roads Associat ion to Hold Annual Meeting Here Next Fall. The annual meeting of the Wash ington Good Roads Association was held at Bellingham last week. The meeting was well attended, every county in the state was represented. The county surveyors of the state held their meeting at the same time and each country therefore had at least one official representative. Benton County was represented by Surveyor Bowers and Commissioner John Crosby. Addresses by ex perts of long experience in road building W ere delivered at the meeting. A notable address was given by Road Commisioner Mc Donald of Con necticut. When the time came for selecting the place of meeting for next year Mr. Bowers our represent ative, got busy and with the aid of Judge Hanford, who is a member of the legislative cominitee secured the meeting for Kennewick. To secure a meeting here of this Association of state-wide influence is quite an...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 November 1907

rWinnfu\ruv\nj\nxvfu\ruvmvru\nrLruvrLrmruxruu»xuixuULruuxruixiJij rutc 1 1 As Good as a U. S. Mint I f I 5 is the flock of hens that will lay all \\ inter. 2. 5 Eggs are better than Clearing House Certili- 2 5 eates. How can you get eggs? By a care- § 2 ful feeding of BLOOD MEALS, BEEF ' | SCRAPS, GROUND BONE, OYSTER I SHELL, CRYSTAL (iRIT and EGG FOOD. I IWe also carry the complete line of thero § feeds for j-our hen: Wheat, Oats, Barley, etc. jj We want ALL your fresh eggs. § We want All your Live Poultay. ? | By our pitices and treatment we will get it. jj [GHAS. H. COLLINS CO. j |j The Reliable Buyers of Farm Products S I m&HLAND - WHITE BLUFFS - KENNEWICK \ S««wrtrT*w>rM^ftfhn^M^wfiniinruxruiriJinnLnjLmTixriJULrLnnnnjuuTPnftntnr^ RATHER HOT WEATHER T TO TALK ABOUT Ww Stoves stf but then we want } r ou to know that we have just re ***&&£>* ceived A Carload of Celebrated Penin= sular Ranges, Cooks, Heaters direct from the factory at thin quantity HHves us on the...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 November 1907

| rnmml !A car of Snow Drift" Flour and Dayton Steam pf Rolled Barley? NO SMUT. E Also a car of the Famous Palouse Spuds. fH Exclusive Sale Agents for Chase & Sanborn's 8 g Teas & Coffees. PS Sewing Machines for Sale or Rent. fill jjj Kennewick Trading || jj||| H. E. Huntington W. A. Hawes |g[j NEW LUMBER YARDS! ) at Hanford and White Bluffs City § | Lumber, Builders' Materials f I FLUMING, POSTS, WOOD, COAL I § We will be able to furnish all your Building Material | 5 at a reasonable figure* § I JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewic S wirinnnnnnn/unnAAnjutnAnnnjiJirmnn/iruTJvrinrLrLarLruu.njirtrLrtruxn ira Hamilton Supply & Trading Co. BUYS AND SELLS EVERYTHING WE need your eggs; YOU need our meat scraps. Let us trade. Don't be fooled by hot Air; we don't peddle it. We state nothing but facts. Fall in line and follow the crowd to the Hamilton Supply house. SI?op Franeb 1* •till il tba old aland prepared to shoe an j hors* a-goin'. General a?d OTorK* Woodwork t...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 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 011 us as we are handling Everything in Building Material Fluming, Posts, Co I, 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 GEO. C. FENDLER, Prop. KENNEWICK io-oo 0 -Kennewick Transfer Co. J Livery and Feed Stable || Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. <&> Prompt and Satisfactory Service. jj In The Big: Red Barn, Phone 252. <0 <& # <§> #0"004*000-CM*06 THE | KENNEWICK f CLUB I Billiards, Pool jj Cigars | Soft Drinks | II a A Fine Line of | CONFECTIONERY g Fresh Every Week I = 1 HAYDON & HOLMES | Proprietors jf jfflßgaflaßaßßßßfiag CTBBGnaiTOTO^iaci^inT»! The ANTLERS HOTEL BEST IN THE CITY Adjacent to depot. Special attention to commercial and transient trad...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 November 1907

THE local field Friday, Nov. 22,1907 I jjfgt Annual Firemen's Ball Dec 13. i for "ale-Fine purple top tnrrips. B. F. Neal. Soft drinks of all kinds at the Ken **ll* Club. porXma ß work in my line call earh Krone wick Studio For Sale —50 tons of good alfalfa fc9 y iuqidre of A Spence. Cliaa. H.Collins was in Bellingham oD business the first of the week. o. made a business trij to Spokane the first of the week. For Sale—A good Jersey row, and ,00chickens. Hugh Stokes. Born, Monday, November lltli, * ion, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Crull. Boy Patterson is here visiting his brother, E. Patterson and family. pcckenpaugh & Anthony hav. started a residence at Finley for C. p. Harlan. Make a 2oc purchase at McPheeV Prog Store and guess the weight ot the turkey. Born, Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. George Ingalls near the Richland Ferry, a son. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. James Crowell Friday, November loth, a ten pound son. H. A. Hover arrived from Pasa dena Wednesday morning on impor. tant business. Ge...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 November 1907

EEL A Thanksgiving Sale! [el ** 7 "* k "«''"' C <-5 Juil received, a handione line iLTt, of Ladte.'Belli,FancyCombi £rj?JiiriE Beginning Saturday, November 23d, and Continu- Sx^a."^ Vjl ... and i a savmg upon sav ' n ß »o ing" through the following Monday, Tues- >£? *"" «l|p> day and Wednesday To show our thankfulness for the very liberal patronage our customers have given us the past year which has enabled us to make such marvelous growth and development in our merchandise enterprises, we have decided to show our apprecia tion by making a four days Thanksgiving Sale of Seasonable and Up-to-date merchandise. Carefully note the liberal reduc tion on many lines. A saving all along the line during these four days. I Tailored Suits Trimmed Hats Dress Goods Thanksgiving Turkey AT 1-4 off the regular price. Juft A T half price. We have left yet pOR Fall and Winter at bargain rREE, with every Man's Suit or ** 12 suits left, and every one this from our very large assortment 1 price...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 November 1907

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 32 Big Caucus Names Good Ticket Citizens' Ticket: Rose, Crowell, Kruse, Councilmen; Knapp, Treasurer; Richardson, Police Judge. The lively interest Kennewick people take in town political affairs was shown by the very large attend ance at the general caucus Monday night in Amon's Hall. Nearly 125 voters were present and the contest for aldermanic candidates was spir ited and close. The caucus was or ganized by naming Mayor L. E. Johnson chairman and City Clerk Fay F. Dean, Clerk. G. F. Richardson offered the following resolutions and order of business which was unanimiously resolved: That only qualified elec tors shall participate in the delibe rations of this caucus. That all oontested cases shall be decided by ballot , That no person shall be declared elected who does not receive a maj ority of the votes. That the ballots shall be counted by three inspectors, who shall be appointed by the chair. That names may be presented to the caucus for the v...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 November 1907

rnjvnr»nnJX(V\Jvnjumjvirinj\nj\nnjxnjiru - uxrLrLrinjin.nj-anj..rtnririf> nrm •' - — | 1 nt Rolled Barley I Phone Whole Oats ' } 732 Bran I Shorts 1 WE SELL Alfalfa Hay I — Wheat Hay j I Flour I I Dhnnp Farm Produce I I Poultry Food, all kinds f I ioL Anything an up-to-date f | feed house should carry 5 | W want your feed business this coming month of December. 5 5 REMEMBER that we carry the only complete line in the Valley. ? ICHAS. H. COLLINS CO. | The Reliable Buyers of Farm Products 5 f RICHLAND - WHITE BLUFFS - KENNEWICK | «kitr ruvrtnrvnnn nnnnnn nn n nnnnjixirmcaruTP xin/uinxmn aru uinuruui uirn RATHER HOT WEATHER V TO TALK ABOUT jji Stoves but 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 flam Detroit, Mich. Buying In IB this quantity Haves us on ■ rtiif II the first cost'of the article jUMMyp— as well as a large saving on freight We are going IBaM i SgaSfii H to give our customer...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 November 1907

H nc l we have some extra good || (bargains in carpets: g| $1.00 carpets, now 75c S " 75c " " 60c 1 60c " " 50c | Some Men's Suits, extra Boys' Suits, extra Pants lla jtfl Pants and Overcoats, at and Overcoats, at your ® Actual Cost. Own Price. || BLANKETS J|| |l| 11-4 blankets, 75c, 85c $1.30, $2.00 and $2.95. fg| jJsSjj Snow Drift Flour. Palouse Spuds. Exclusive agents BS3 | for Chase & Sanborn's Coffee. Dayton Steam Rolled Wi) Barley; no smut. Sewing Machines for Sale and Rent. Jteg H Kennewick Trading g |llj H. E. Huntington W.A. hawes Bp NEW,LUMBER YARDS) ! at Hanford and White Bluffs City f jj Lumber, Builders' Materials j 1 FLUMING, POSTS, WOOD, COAL | | Wc will be able to furnish all your Building Material 5 5 at a reasonable figure* | I JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 15Z, Kennewic jj oiA/l/vnn/uuuunAAnn/wuuuvn/iiinAn/ui/iruuuvnnJuinnni iivwinnn/ui vro Hamilton Supply & Trading Co. BUYS AND SELLS EVERYTHING WE need your eggs; YOU need our meat scraps. Let us trade...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 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, Coal, Wood H. W: NELSON, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mgr. 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 I Kennewick Transfer Co. j % Livery and Feed Stable | $ Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. 4 9 Prompt and Satisfactory Service. ( | 0 In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. < rMHttBiBMB iwwiiuiniy iniwir ™»niw«i THE | \ KENNEWICK I I CLUB j I Billiards, Pool j 1 Cigars i I Soft Drinks j A Fine Line of | | CONFECTIONERY j I Fresh Every Week | IHAYDON & HOLMES j 1 Proprietors J 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 A-...

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 November 1907

THE local field Friday, Nov. 29,1907 for gale—Fine purple top turyips. B. F, Neul. Oli! Listen to the baud Sunday jfteruoou. Soft drinks of all kinds at the Ken lewick Club. pinnionds are still selling at fblteluck's. jf A. Bier made a business trip to jjabton, yest rduy. We buy poultry and eggs; tee us. The thas. H Collins Co. ForXmas work iu my line call early ft the K' nnewick Studio r For Sale—so tons of good alfalfa bay. Inquire of A Spence. For Sale —A good Jersey cow, and ]00thickens. Hugh Stokes. Big 4 Coffee is good- Fresli roasted, try it. Kolb & Son. Dr E W Myeres made a trib to Vancouver last week. (J.Garber is'making extensive im provements on his house. F. E. De Selltin left the first of the reek for Denver, to visit his parents. Miss Devene left last week for a visit at her old home iu Tiffin, Ohio. Attorney H H. Humphrey is at Spokuue for Thanksgiving with his family. J. J. Cole, of Kennnwlck, was In Sorth Yukima Monday on a sight ing trip. Miss Inez Sotli was do...

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

Some Figures that Ought to Interest all Shoe-Buyers And cause people to consider more carefully the cost —who are in the habit of sending away for shoes. We have long been convinced that our retail prices on the same quality shoe are as low as Eastern prices and lower than most of our Western competitors. Below is a copy of a letter written to the C. B. Miller Shoe Co., of Columbia, Mo., which ought to convince some of our friends that Our Store is one concern in Washington that sells shoes as cheap or cheaper than some stores in the East. We save customers $1.55 on 23 pairs after we pay $2.10 freight more than the Missouri merchant—a saving to you of $3.65, if you DON'T send away for shoes. The 23 numbers submitted herewith are a large portion of the heaviest selling Shoes and the prices named below is a conclusive proof that we can sell your shoes for all the family cheaper than you can send East for them. Kenneivick, TVn., Aug. 10,'07 C. B. Miller Shoe Co., Columbia, Mo., Gentlem...

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

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VI. NO. 33 The Council Meeting. The city council met in regular session Tuesday evening with Mayor Johnson, and Councilmen, Bier, Kruse and Soth present. Minutes of regular and special meetings read and approved. Marshal made a detailed report 0f work done on the streets, arrests made and other details of the work performed by him and the deputy. Report was accepted, commended and placed on file. Bier reported the graveling of a strip of the road to the boat landing as an experiment. Bills were allowed. Plat filed by H. A. Hover for tract in Amon's addition was rejected for the reason that it did not conform to the streets, and alleys in *thc part of the add ition already platted. Bier, Coulsen and Soth were appointed a com mittee to select sites for hose houses and look after erecting them. The Amon Hall was leased for one year for chamber at a rental of $10 per month. Bier was appointed a committee to get figures and offers for a fire bell. Mayor appoint...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 December 1907

Unloading car of Oats today 1 Another due this week 5 CHEAPER than Rolled Barley j BETTER than Rolled Barley I See Samples f AND I Get Prices f GHAS. H. COLLINS CO.] 'Distributers of • 5 Feeds, Seeds, Fruit, Produce and Poultry Supplies 5 Vfinnnnnnnnnnnruwui rummiruviLarinn rurrLrurruxrimu iruuirur m Hardware, Furniture, Implements for Christmas presents We have the finest line of KNIVES, RAZORS, * CARVING SETS, GUNS, SCISSORS, SKATES, Etc. In fact there are more useful ar ticles to be found in a Hardware Store suitable for the occasion than any other place. ■ ■ Make your.wifeapres= j ent of one of our beau- | tiful Ranges and see happy it will make her • I H. A. HOWE Right Goods at Right Prices The "DcLuxc" and "Neverbreaß" = Corsets = r | iHE waist line strongly J corded to hold it's shape. The many women \ who have difficulty with cor- \ scts*[breaking at the waist Mi/ \ \ line will find just the corset I J they are looking for in the "J. C. C. DELuxe" I "Neverbreak" just receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 December 1907

Some Special Prices for Satur day Only. 85c woolen dress goods, 95c '• * ' 60 ° black - brown g re y; Sat.Bsc - - 65c 15c choctaw shirting lOc Ghirardillii* Corn. m, ... FaWr' R poUnd Welg ' reg ar 45c ' Saturda y 35 cents «ng 1-2 pound cans, regular 25c " 20 " v-l " " " 50c « 40 « " ""3 " M " $1-35 - $ ~4 0 "' 5 " " " 2.25 - 175 M. J C C ff ■ •J- • regulu)y, e l| for 40 cents per pound, but Saturday 2 lbs. 65c. 50 k| nc } t Saturday - _ 4q c Pa'cuse Spuds. Dayton Steam Rolled Barley; full 80 pound sacks; NO SMUT. Snow Drift Flour. Ex clusive agents for Chase & Sanborn's Tea and Coffee. Sewing Machines for Sale and Rent. Some new dress goods just received. Kennewick Trading Co. H. E. Huntington W. A. Hawes y\//|/\jYnAAIVUIJVIAnAAAIinAriJiruVi AAJTJTJUIJIAJTJuuuI u u Ji I NEW LUMBER YARDS I at Han ford and White Bluffs City I Lumber, Builds' Materials 5 FLUMING, POSTS, WOOD, COAL | Wc will be able to furnish all your Building Material | at a reasonable figure. I JOHNSON & ROS...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 December 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, Coal, Wood H. W. NELSON, Cashier A. L. NORTON, Mgr. CK, K. Soda Bottling Works All Kinds of Soft Drinks DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE Patronize Home Industry All Goods Guaranteed QEO. C. FENDLER, Prop. KENNEWICK , K||newick Transfer Co. anc * Stable I and Express. Baggage a Specialty. 7 Aipt and Satisfactory Service. 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 Je the place to set up \ * «iate photographic fUt Develop...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 December 1907

THE local field Friday, Dec. 6,1907 watches run on time. nr ran for sale * J. H. Graveslund. < Get your picture takeu now, at the 1 Studio. ; 1 fjfje line of tobaccos and cigars at Kennewick Club, for Sale—ls qts. milk for $1 00. j jUiiisey Bros. South Wash. St f. L. Watson made a business trip w Taeoiua the first of the week. For Sale —50 tons of good alfalfa 1 lay, Inquire of a Spence. for Sale —A good Jersey cow. and j#chickens. Hugh Stokes. Bid 4 Coffee is good-Fresh roasted, Kolb & Son. House for reut, and furniture for jjg, Dr L. W. Myers How is the time to secure a watch lor yourself or a Xmasgift. The Shrader place up the river was ,ol<l this week for $400 per acre, j, D. Hastings returned Wednes day evening from a six weeks visit .t his so.i's in Spokane. Dr. and Mrs. Calkin were at Hoqui am last week on account of the death of Dr. Calkin's sister. The latest novelties in Holiday rtatlonerv In fancy boxes, are here from 35 cents to $5.00. Mc Phee's FOR SALE — Morr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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