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8 "\OV CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT LYNCH'S" p
| We are Closing Out I
! p Muslin Underwear, men s and boys' Suits, men's Separate Pants, men's and boys' Hats, men s Dress Shoes, all
aronents, men s Dress Shirts, Mother s Friend Waists, etc. These goods are going at less prices than you have ever pai or
i qualltles and if you want to get the best selections YOU MUST HURRY. READ EACH ITEM. ||
(Closing Out One Lot One Lot Otlt n
Mens and Boys Clothing. biS^XSdMens Fine Dress Shirts |
e, e a^out pne dozen men's AA a 50c quality—to close ?5c Quality; all nice new A Cf% \y e believe we have the largest line of mens shirts IKS
Mostly small sizes, val. $10 to $15«P«5*"U them out bvC goods, to close out "iVM in Kennewick and to clean them up they will go ||jy|
ne lot of boys extra good corduroy *2 "7C ' at legs pr i ces than the ordinary store C2n buy at.
li »» HX Dont For S et the New Qoods . . S
c . - y5Ws tor onl y I«yO We are showing by far the best line we have ever had and we thinK" the on j y , L* ~
g tuner and better suit, Norfolk style oAO best line ever shown in Kennewick—such as new crapes, in white, nile and pink. . w j t j loUt Co H a rs, our 75c §
© A Wt l f ° r The new rice cloth ratine in all the best shades; the new bingalines, ripletts, filers, but equal to most 1.00 shirts AQ r =P
£2 sizes win 8 a f W °°' 395 P on & ees > poplins, cotton corduroys, linen suitings, flaxon suitings, corded pay- will go for only
| quality file $6 00 sute B ood t'c a na ' Se d ° th ' ® tC ' ° Ur selections are the ver y best-our prices just a little less. chojce o( our extra fine | .25 and 1.00 shirts =
, Styles for only 4.50 ~ • without collars, will close out tor £)9c
finest $7 and $7.50 suits really sell for $2 Closing Out Waists Closing Out all Our 0n1y... ; hj k
[ wifi 5 L m onTv in the cily slo,es ' 495 ,°r, lot of ni .f e white waists ' Outing Garments °li V r " without hilars, will ™ e eag qT f
I B otoronl y H.yd slightly mussed, $1 to 1.25 for.. ,39c , , r „ n , aKn dosed out at y/C —
IB| We have one dozen small boys overcoats led, One lot of fine white or colored Children s good quality 60c and 65c closed out at....-.
Kg|l sizes 4 to 8 years, sell at . i i i MAm gowns will close out for 39c K\l
Kill s ' $3.00, $4.00 <j»i rao nrn intWn i f +«9 Misses 75c gowns for only 45c ClOSinfiT Ollt ftj
|j close out $1.50, 2, 2.50 to $300 w 3 — of ; our finest*! g |
M Closing Out Mens Shoes ""ens, hand embroidered, 0n1y... 98c nightThi'rte only" Y '.': '.U* ■ w ■
SB One lot of mens fine dress shoes, Co (Tft - You will need sweaters every month in the year. ,gg
P, reg. price $4, will be closed out f Z.DU We are Closing Out ' Closing- Out Hats Be °" e °' thel ° Eet the ' ery '
Hi Our very fine $5 dress shoes, kid, patent A lot of our fine blankets at less „ , . . ffonAUii .... One lot infants white sweaters, good Z)Q r j|
vStf leathers and tans, these are strictly OAA than wholesale Men s extra fine $3.00 hats f0r..52.19 style, 1.00 values, to close 0ut.... In
■ close out O.WU Splendid all wool $7 blankets at. 4.50 Men's extra fine $2.50 hats for. ,SI.TS One lot of boys wool jerseys, greys, QC P
? ra g(^cJleav3 j H a 7c wo 1! 2 2S~ Very fine $8 and $10blankets 5& 6.50 Men's fine $2.00 hats for only.. .$1.45 reds and navys, reg. 1.50 close out s3C
if ° ny o'rn Best quality $10 Indian robes... $5.95 Boys'sl and $1.50 hats 650 and 90c One lot o( misses grey wool sweaters, QC ts
f or t)(Jv last year styles, reg. 2.25 to close. . s-J
Ira Our mens finest 7.00 smoked horse ACA Closing Out All Muslin Underwear One lot of corset covers* Misses and ladies 2.50 and 300 sweaters, latest jß|
hide Others to 38c Muslin drawers 23c and 33c Muslin gowns 69c to 1.19 Muslin Skirts at 95c to 1.75 styles, only $1.89 and $2.25
THE STORE OF values
\ under this head
Cent a Word, pet insertion, payable
'mvariably in advaact. Q Advertisementsun
der the liead of "Situations Wanted* will be
inserted free of charge, <1 Minimum charge
for any advertisement, 15 cents.
FOli SALE—a few hives of bees E.
r. Carnahan. 23-6p
HOUSES FOR SALE—lnquire of C.E.
Micosen. Phone 27 X 2. 22-sp.
- TOR SALE —Fresh cow at the Bowles
FOB^SALE —good coal stove. Apply
& this office. h24p
FOR BALE— Big bundles of papers for
jjjuT Fine for starting fires 24p
pOR Oliver Typewriter. See
it l/this office-
FOB SALE—Clark Seedling strawberry
pipits. Phone 49x3. 24-5p
FOR SALE—Fresh milk cow. J. C.
Dennis. Section 7. _Phone_43X6 ; __23tf
Monday, March 30,-1 Night only
The Black Scourge
The sensation of two continents
Paris, Eclare Production, Featuring the exploits of
Zigomar—The Bandit King
See the Elephant Bandit, The Bankers' trap of
death The fight between Motorboat and Aeroplane,
The reincarnation of Zigomar, Scenes of startling sen
tws onen at 7:00 Pictures 7;30 Prices 20c andlo
FOR SALE—Heifer for sale, coming
fresh in April. Apply G\ Monroe
Ford, Finley. 24
FOR SALE—S. C. Black Minorca eggs
%/.00 per 15. See C. E. Millard,Crab
\Creek Lumber yard. l-4p
FOR SALE—Strawberry plants; $2.00
per thousand. L.E. Freeman. Phone
FOR SALE—Netted Gem and Gold
CoirmjSeed Potatoes; sound, clean
stock, 80 cents. Nelson Williams.
FOR SAtfE—Potatoes, $10 per ton,
Netted/Gems and Burbanks. Dr.
Mary Hudson, Highlands. Phone
FOR BALE—Good team and new har
ness, price $200. Call or address E.
iST Halterman, Kennewick, Wash.,
K. F. D. No. 1. 22-4p
FOR SALE-Set of ten quarter-mor
rocco bound "Making of America."
Articles by the leading men of Am
ericarin every line. Robt. LaFollette,
Set cost $40 and has
hardly been opened. What will you
eive for the set? 24P
THE KENNEWICK COURIER, KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON
FOR SALE —A litter of 13 thorough
bredl)uroc-Jersey pigs just arrived.
are for sale at a price that any
one can afford. We must make room
for more. Jno. Eichner. 20tf
FOR SALE—Furniture; 1 hall tree, 1
music stand, 1 Roman chair, 2 rock
ers, A card table, 6 chairs. Every
thing as good as new. Will sell
for half cost. Mrs. C. C. Harlan,
west end Kennewick Ave. 24p
LAND FOR SALE—I have 45 acres of
» the choicest land under the Benton
Extension of the Sunnyside
canal. Nine acres, cleared, leveled
and fenced. Fourteen miles north
west of townsite. On terms, for
$2250. W. B. Bridgman, Sunnyside,
F©k RENT—H. A. Howe's seven-room
■ouse. Inquire of O. Howe. 20tf
FOR RENT—A seven-room mpdern
V house in good location. Hover Invest-
FOR 9ENT— First of May, nicely fur
nisWed bungalow, 3rd street opposite
court. Telephone 1292. 24p
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished con
nected jrooms, rent reasonable; bath;
close in. Inquire at this office. 523-4
WANTED—to rent Underwood or Rem
ington typewriter. Phone 30x3 24p
WANTED—CoIts to break; prices rea
ispfhable, satisfaction guaranteed.
Apply box 122. h!4tf
SITUATION WANTED-By experi
ei?te£ young woman at general house
work- Phone 12x4. 24
WANTED—Someone to take the job
'weather reporter. The govern
ment supplies the thermometers and
rain gauge, and the work consists of
reading and resetting the thermom
eters each day. The knowledge of
the "official" record is the only re
HERE WE ARE—For plumbing call
771. V kltf
SPECIALVThe Haas Bakery will have
Hot Cb*ss Buns for Good Friday. 24
FOUND—Pair of spurs. Owner may
have same by paying for this ad. - 24
ORDER NOW—Put in your order at
once/for those famous Hot Cross
Buns for Good Friday. 24
FOUND—White woolen baby carriage
\ robe. Owner may have same by pay
ing for this ad. 24
PIANO TUNING-J. M. Schaffer
makes tri-monthly trips to Kenne
-1 wick. Address P. O. box 158. Walla
WIL\J party who borrowed ax and
hope-collar return same before I
have to come or send for them. O.
K. Stone. 24p
FREE*-We have a set of year books of
190« '09, '10, '11 and 1912, that we
wtfl present to the first fellow making
EVERYBODY will be pleased with the
kind jbi Hot Cross Buns the Haas
puts out. Make sure of your
supply for Good Friday by putting in
your order at once. - 24
FINLEY ITEMS 1
Born—to Mr. and Mrs. J. Fairchild,
Thursday, March 19, a daughter.
E. B. Moore received two cars of
lumber last He expects to com
mence building a dwelling house, barn,
etc., on his ranch as soon as possible.
Mr. Twitmire, state school inspector
for the state, visited our school Mon
Dr. Cosper, after a short visit with
Harry Hedington and family, left Tues
day, accompanied by his wife and son,
for Spokane by way of Walla Walla.
They made the trip by auto.
Rev. J. D. Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Cochran and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tea
wait visited the Pomona Grange at
Fruitvale Saturday night, returning
Willie and Dorothy McCoskrie, of
Pasco, visited Saturday and Sunday
with their grandparents at Finley.
Mr. Scott, who owns the Fay Dean
place, came up from Portland Wednes
day on business.
Mr. McCormick is here from Tacoma
on business. He arrived Wednesday.
Stanley Coffin, of North Yakima, at
tended business here this week.
Geo. Finley was a visitor at Plymouth
Wednesday, between trains.
Mrs. H. R. McCoskrie and baby
Helen, of Pasco, were guests at the
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G.
Finley, Wednesday, between trains.
They were accompanied by Mrs. A.
McCoskrie of Spokane.
There was a large attendance at the
meeting of the Woman's Missionary
Society of the Congregational church,
held at the home of Mrs. J. J. Reed
last Thursday aftefnoon, to hear Mrs.
Amy Bridman speak on her work as a
missionary in Africa. She gave a very
interesting talk, after which the hostess
served refreshments. Mrs. Bridgman
also spoke to a large audience at the
Congregational church Thursday eve
R. H. Anderson and daughter Violet
left Saturday evening for Seattle to
attend the funeral of Walter Schroeder,
son of C. F. Schroeder, of that place
ard an old friend of Mr. Anderson's,
who, with his younger brother Clifford,
was drowned in Lake Union, March 1,
when their canoe was swamped. The
younger boy's body has not yet been
recovered. Mr. Schroeder and Walter
visited friends in this city three years
ago and theiboy will be remembered
by many of the young people.
At % (Eljurdjpa'
M. E. Church
10 a. m. Bible School.
11 a. m. Preaching. "Christianity
a Rational Demand."
2:30 p.m. Junior League.
6:30 p. m. League.
Services 7:30 p. m. "Entrance into
Bible study Wednesday, 7:30, led by
Thursday, 7:30, choir practice.
The Ladies Aid' will hold a cooked
food sale Saturday, April 11th.
The Brotherhood will meet tonight
10:00 a. m., Bible school.
11:00 a.m., "Feeding the Multitudes."
3:00 p. m., Pastor's office hour at
The seed question seems to be a
hot one. We still sell for CASH
Tomatoes, per can 1A
L,om, per can
c , • •• 10c
Sauerkraut, two cans for ,
Corn Flakes, per package
A. & H. Soda, six packages
Milk, three cans for
White laundry soap, six bats lor '' "
Olive oil, per bottle
Ginger Snaps, two pounds for J"
and some Good Seeds
Kennewick Trading Co
March 27, 1914
6:30 p. m., Young peoples' meeting.
"The New Old Nation of the Far East./'
7:30 p. m.. Gospel service. "The
Washing away of Sins."
Wednesday, Bible Study class led by
Mr, Arnold. All welcome.
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
West Kennewick Ave.
Rev. W. H. Mitchell.
7:30 a. m., holy communion.
11 a. m., divine service.
9:30 a. m. English Sunday School.
10:30 a. m., English services on the
first Sunday of each month. German
services on the remaining Sundays.
7:30 p. m., English services on the
third Sunday of each month.
(Corner Yakima and Fourth Streets.)
Rev. R. A. Atkins, D. D., pastor
10:00 a. m. Bible school.
11:00 a. m., preaching.
7:30 p. m., Evening service.
7:30 p. m., Wednesday, mid-week
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. morning prayer and sermon,
a. m. Ist Sunday in each month,
morning prayer, sermon and holy com