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title: 'Columbia courier. (Kennewick, Wash.) 1902-1905, March 27, 1903, Image 5',
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A /"« is quite sick at
The La- :
, building a res-
JL € has just complet
es garden tract.
•jook over our new stock of
ig siloes. They will please you.
y "" *R. Gerry.
J. P. Strickler, of Waitsburg,
who owns Horse Heaven land,
town this week.
Straw hats, crash hats; hel
mets and summer hats for every
body at Johnson Fullerton.
Arie Hover, tlie music dealer,
of North Yakima, visited his
mother and brother a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Emigh
went to Spokane Tuesday, and
will remain for some in that
city before returning.
John Carlin of Grass Valley,
Oregon, has been looking over
his land intesests in the Horse
Heaven country of late.
J. W. McGec,a real estate man
from Walla Walla, dropped down
Wednesday to investigate the
progress of Kennewick.
Cosgrove & Hanson sold to
C. M. Hendrickson a ten acre
tract in section seven and three
choice lots in Kennewick town
Lee Brookins is rebuilding,
and remodeling the buHdiug
west of the Kennewick Market
and will convert it into a store
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. McCutcheon
of Tacoma were in Kennewick
Thursday. Dr. McCutcheon ex
pects to cultivate his land in
J. W. Hughes, Dr. Ellis and
W. 8. Warren, who are largely
interested in Horse Heaven
lands, spent a few days in these!
parts of late.
• J. N. Gerard of Spokane, who
recently purchard forty acres
in section 27, is getting bids for;
building a house and putting
the land into cultivation.
/ Ilev. J. Gehring, Lutheran
/pastor at North Yakima, will
' hold reguJar services at Kenne
wick next Sunday afiernoon at
the usual hour and piace.
Ed Marshall, who has been in
charge of Shafer's barber shop
for some time, left this week for
Valdez, Alaska. Mrs. Marshall
will remain hero for the present.
M. Olson of Spokane, accom
panied by five land seekers from
lowa, arrived Wednesday and
investigated thevresonrc.es and
future prospects of the Horse
Chas. W. Jessup, Geo. T. Mil
ler, Dr. B. Ellis, Wallace Dun
can, Burton Duncan, Win. Co
vey, and others filed homesteads
in Horse Heaven before Com
missioner Greene this week.
Rev. J. H. Wood, pastor of the
fM. E. church at North Yakima,
who owns 100 acres two miles
west of town, was here this week
Accompanied by C. R. Harris, of
tha Harris ttpiUiry Yards, also l
of North Yi'C*". . 1
A. Davidson, who recently ar
rived from Oaksdale, is building
a residence on his land in section
J. L. Jolles, a practical irriga
tionist, has been in Kennewick for
the purpose of following up his pro
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mitcham
• moved in from their homestead
th,is week, and are now occupy
ingvlhe building formerly used
by I. Graham as a barber
Attorney Daniel Boyd has
erected a neat otlice building on
Yakima street, just north of the
Hampshire House, and will be
'ready for business in a short
J. F. Shafer, the barber, re
turned Tuesday from Seattle,
where he has been visiting his
family for the past two weeks.
He expects to move them here
B. F. Nye, the new barber, is
now located in the building for
merly used by the Kennewick
Land Co. as an office. Mr. Nye
now has as neat and pleasant a
shop as you will find anywhere.
John Duncan, recently from
Osage, lowa, has purchased
teams, wagons and implements
; and is at work improving his
I claim five miles south of town.
He is also putting up a resi
C. E. Riggs returned from
Sand Point, Idaho, where he
went some time ago on account
of illness of his wife. She had
improved sufficiently to travel
and accompanied him back and
they will take up their residence
Tom Newbry is back from
Twin Falls, Idaho, where ho has
been investigating the new ir
rigating proposition which is be
ing put through in that section.
He is well impressed with con
ditions there, and thinks it will
bo a good country.
Mrs. James I. Graham went
to Spokane Tuesday where she
was placed in the Deaconess
Home to undergo a surgical op
eration. Her many friends hope
that the operation may be suc
cessful and that she will soon
return fully restored to health.;
Robert Gerry has been receiv
ing a largo supply of harness,
and also an addition to his stock
of shoes, this week. Thos. Gei-'j
zentanner has been assisting his
brother Walt to dispose of them j
to the best advantage. Anyone j
looking for anything in that line!
should call and look the stock;
over before investing.
Mrs. Ross R. Haynes expects
to open her millinery store for
business next Monday morning.
She has received a large assort
ment of seasonable goods during
the past few days, and when the
entiro stock is here will bo able
to furnish the ladies of Kenne
wick with anything the femi
nine heart may desire.
J. H. Peckenpaugh, who has
been day operator for some time
; past at Kennewick, has resigned
his position and accepted an
other with Southern Pacific, and
| will in the future be stationed
at Salt Lake City . Mr. Pecken
paugh is a bright and able
j young man, who is dostincd to
! make his mark wherever he
| \V. W. Peckenpaugh, who has
I tilled the position of N. P. sta
tion agent at Kennewick for the
last eight months, has been trans
ferred, giving way to an older
man in the service. Mr. Peck
enpaugh is one of the most cour
teous, painstaking railroad em
ployes we havoever met, and has
| won the confidence and respect
of everyone who has had deal
ings with him, and the whole
community regrets his depar
ture. A petition was circulated
lately, and signed by everybody
in Kenuewick, requesting the
company to retain Mr. Pecken
paugh, but the company saw lit
to take him away. lie leaves
with the best wishes of every
one here, sincerely re
gretting his departure, all join
in wishing him prosperity in his
Last Tuesday, D. P. Tribe,
who has had charge of the Ken
newick Club rooms since they
opened early last fall, purchased
the entire stock frjjjtMr. 11. A.
Hover. He afsjprented the
building which the club now oc
cupies, and will run the hotel in
Since he has been in Kenne
wick Mr. Tribe lifts proven him
self a good business man, and
as manager of the Club, was
agreeable and courteous to all.
"Dave" has a host of friends in
Kennewick who wish him the
best of luck in his now ven
Joe McCliman, who held the:
position of foreman on one of
the ditch crews here this N sum
mer, and Miss Ella Martin, who
lives just westof town,surprised
their friends by going to Spo
kane and getting married, unbe
knownst to all. Ostensibly, they
set out to attend the ball given
at Pasco the evening of St. Pat
rick's day. The Courier joins
their many friends in wishing
them a happy and prosperous
voyage through life.
Len Kuntz, county auditor of
Franklin county, residing at Pasco,
is the owner of a hen which laid a
remarkable egg recently—not the
fabled golden egg, but one almost
as strange. In size it was as large
as an ordinary goose egg. From
its sharp point extended a small
sealed tube. The shell was soft,
and, upon opening, was found to
contain a substance resembling a
mixture of the white and yolk.
When this was drained out it re
vealed another egg, perfectly nat
! Ural, of normal size with a hard
| shell. Both the egg and outer
| shell have found a place in the curio
! collection of I). W, Owen, of Ken
A Good Two Story House, ouo Lot, ;
Well atul Improvements; 3 blocks
from depot. $500. This is a bar
100 Acres Very Choice Land, all under
Canal. River front. A Beautiful
Stock Farm Property.
Three Choice Ten Acre Tracts in Sec
tion 7. Bargains.
80 Acres in Section 4, at a Very Good
Choice Business Lotg jm Second. St. - ;
A Good Desert Claim JfceMnqishTteut,
10 1-0 Acre Tracts in various parts of j
the valley. .All Good Buys.
i • far
This Space Belongs to the
KENNKWICK - - - WASHINGTON
TUST OPENED '
SCOTT &CO.'S NEW STORE
WE are here to grow with the town.
E have a line assortment of SUITS, Extra Coats, Vests and
Pants, Boys' Clothing, Etc.
E also have a fine line of HATS and CAPS for men and
boys. All hand made and at popular prices.
JS have some Choice Ladies' Tailor Made Skirts, which wo
"-•are selling cheap.
A nice new lino of Underwear, Dress and Working Shirts, Socks,
When in town, call and - see us whether you wish to buy or not.
The Country is Growing . .
. . We Wish to Grow With It
SCOTT & CO.
& Rodman y j
SUNNYSIDE : = WASHINGTON
GROWERS and SHIPPERS of SEED POTATOES. MAULE'S •
EARLY THOROUGHBRED, $16 Per Ton; Early Rose, $16 per
Ton: Maule's FREEMAN, 2nd (Quality. $6,lst Quality, $12 per ton,
SALIXA BURBANK, 2nd Quality, $B,lst Quality, $12 per Toil.
Sack Lota, 20 cei.its per Hundred Extra. A.
FREE ON BOARD".CARS AT MABTON. • j V
Reference, SUNNYSIDEJBANK J
BEACH'S.. ■■■» I
LOTS $75 and tip 1
These Lots are IN TOWN; Seyv I
eral Business Houses and Res- I
idences are now on this Plat nM
BEST DITCH }
LAND at $25
and Up. J
Acre Property, 1
Joining Town, ♦ \
$400 Up. I
SEE TvIE BEFORE
YOU INVEST I
! C. J. BEACH
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