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Columbia courier. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1902-1905, April 07, 1905, Image 8

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For our Spring Goods we will oftVr ior -tlm
next. 30 days till of our Winter Goods at greatly
reduced prices. All 1 '2c and l;>c Outings,
Flannelettes and Kanatta Serge will he sold
. For ioc Per Vad
Good Medium Weight Woo! and Fleeced Un
derwear and Light Wool Hosiery ait greatly
reduced prices. Ladies' 1-ight Fleeced Wrap
pers at actual cost.. Don't forget that we
have a nice line of Gent's Clothing, Ilats and
Shoes that will be sold at live and let live
prices. ....
On r Grocery Stock:
is complete and *he prices will always be
found right. Give us a trial.
AT THE OLD' GKRRV STAND.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior, Land
Office at Walla Walla, Wash.
February 20, 1905.
H'sufficient contest affidavit havinc j
been filed in tin* otti.-e by HoUie j
O'Brien, contestant, against Home-,
stead Entry No* 11K70, made January i
7, 1903, f«»r the SE}, See. 20, Township !
7 north, range 28, K W. M, by Wil
liam J. Parks, contcstee, i.i which it is
alleged that said William J. Parks has !
abandoned the said laud for more than
six mouths last, past, and lias tailed to
comply with the law regarding resi
dence and settlement; said parties are (
hereby notified to appear, respond and
otter evidence touchinir s id allegation
at 10 o'eloeK a. m. on June G, li}o->, be- j
tore the Register and Receiver at the
United States land office at Walla,
Walla,. Wash.
The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit, tiled February 20,
1905, set forth facts which show that
after due diligence personal service of
this notice cannot be made, it is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due and proper publication.
J. Ij. Mohuxdko. Receiver, i
Department of the Interior, Land j
Office ot Walla Walla, W ash. \
. Feb. 905.
}so ce i« hereby given that the fol-j
lowing named settler has tiled notice .
of his intention to make final proof in 1
support of his claim, and the said proof!
will be made befor« Register and He-1
ceiver, U. S. Laud Office, at their office j
in Walla Walla, Wash., on April 25,.
1905, viz:
CHARLES H. PUTNAM,
who made H. E. N«. 8081, for the 11A
lief and nej nwj, Bec. 8, Tp. S north,
range 30, E. W. M.
He namas the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon
and euitivat on of fiaid land, viz: W.
M. Scott, Kiona, Wash.; William Mar
tin, Frank Emigh, R. C. Braemer, all
of Kennewick, Warh.
J, L. Mohundbo, Register.
Department of the Interior, Land
Office at Walla Walla, Wash. (
March 15, 1905. j
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named settler has filed notice
of h : .3 intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before E. P. Greene,
U. S. Commissioner, at his office at
Pasco, Washington, on May 10, 1905,
viz:
JAMES F. IRVIN, Jr.,
who made H. E. No. 7865, for the |
SWJ. Sec. 26, Tp. 7 N., It. 29 E , W. 1
M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: T.
E. Barnett, Don F. Cress well. Archy
Owens, John Richards, all of Kenne
wick, Washington.
J. L. Mohlndro, Register, j
SEEDS SEEDS
At wholesale prices. Compare ours with other dealers.
A lew samples of what we offer:
Choice Alfalfa, $14-50 per 100 lbs. Celery, §1.25 p<>r lb.
Musk Melon, ftrue Rockford) 75e per lb. Radish, 50c per lb.
All kinds of seeds at equally low prices in oz., lb. or ioo
lb. lots. I.et us know what what you want in the Seed
line and we will quote you promptly.
YAKIMA VALLEY TRADING COMPANY
SHF.D, IIAY. GRAIN AND PRO- UCE.
MABTON, - - VVASHINGTOX
CONTEST NOTICE
Department of the Interior, Walla
Walla, Wash.
Feb. 17, 190$.
i A sufficient contest affidavit having
been tiled in this office by ('. A
j Luudy, of Keutiewick, Yakima county
! Washington, Corded ant, agrnnst
j Homestead Entry No. 11701, ma'lp No
vember IS, 1002, for the SYV 1-4 of Sec.
! 12, Tp. 7 N , Range 28, E- W - M., by
. Fred Mills, contcstee, 111 which it is
alleged that safdclaimant, Fred Mills,
j has wholly abandoned said claim and
j has changed his residence therefrom
for more than six months immediately
preceding the date of said contest affi
davit, and that said alleged absence
from the said laud was not due to his
employment in tke army, navy, or
marine corps of the United States as a
private soldier, officer, seaman or ma
rine, during the war with Spain, or
during aoy other war in which the
United .states may he engaged; said
parties rre hereby .notified to appear,
respond, and oiler evidence touching
sasd alleuatioa at 10 o'clo. k a. m. on
May -J, 1905, before t lie Register and
Receiver of the United States Land
Office at Walla Walla, Washington.
The said contestant having, in
proper affidavit, tiled February loth,
1005, set forth facts which show that
after due diligence personal service of
this notice cannot be made, it is hereby
! ordered and directed that such norice
| be g'ven by due and proper publication.
J. L. MOll i x into, Register.
CONTEST NOTICK.
Department of the Interior, Land
Office at Walla Walla, Wash.,
March 1, 1905.
A sufficient content affidavit having
been 11 led in this office by Ira \V. Lur
kin, contestant against Homestead
Entry No. 120(58, made February 24,
1908, for the sw \ section 12, township
7 north, range 28 E. W. M , by James
(i. McDonald, Con test ee, in which it i<
alleged that said claimant, Ja*. ii
McDonald, ha* 4 wholly abandoned said
land and claim for more than six
| months since making said entry, and
| for more than six months irnmedi; tely
preceding the date of this contest aili
' davit; that said claimant has failed t• >
reside upon, cultivate and improve
said land as required by the homestead
laws, said parties are hereby notilled
to appear, respoml and oiler evidence
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock
a. m. on Jime 14. 1905, before the
Register and Receiver at the United
States Land Office in Wash.
The said contestant having, in
proper affidavit, Hied February 2S.
1905, set forth facts whicii show that
after due diligence personal service of
this notice can not be made, it is here
by ordered and directed that such not
ice be given by due ami proper publi
cation.
J. L. Mohundro,
Register.
Centennial .N:»tr.+
"Hit the Trail" is the slog* - of i
1905. The Lewis and Clark Lx-j
pDfcition otv..ns June 1 \cu can
hit the Trail every day until Octo
ber 15.
Sculptors are hard at w rk put
ting the finishing touches 011 ta.
heroi: groups and figures which;
will be placed about the Lewis and
Clark Imposition grounds.
A spur tracl* is being built on
the Government p niusula at t e
Lewis and Clark Exposition to fac
ililaie the unloading of exhibus
consigned to the government binl.l
-
He 1 iograpbic commuuication w iI
be established between the summit
ci Mt. Hood and the Lewis and
Clark Exposition grounds during ;
the Centennial.
A. A. Glissen of the Fo t Worth
& Denver City Rai way is in Port- :
land and says that the "Lone Star" ,
state will s.-nd ' thousands to the
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
A wilawest show is am ounced
■ for the "Trail." For p:.iriicipati >n
iin the attrac ion bands of Indians ;
i are being assembled at Lawton.
;<). T., Gtroniuio, the anion
i Apache warrior will be oue of the
aggregation.
Work upon the "Trail" at the
| Lewis and Clark Exposition is pro
gressing rapidly. .V number of
' new building have been started,
i Long befo:e the opening ef the
| Centennial, the ami sement t' or
| oughfare w 11 invite public inspect
! ion.
Utah has decided to erect a build
at the .Lewis and Clark Exposition,
i ! n he s ructure will cost $10,000 and
| will occuyy a commanding .-die,
just north of the New York-build -
j iug on Lakeview Terrace and ove -
j looking Guild's Lake and the gov
-1 ernment peninsula.
Many cities of the Pacific North
west are planning to send the gr ti
ll ring classes of ihiir hi;h schools
to the Lewis and Clark Exposition.
Railroad companies have been re
quested to make speciil rates.
Seattle Property to Trade for
Desert Land.
I wish to buy, or trade, Seattle prop
erty for u desert laud claim, or home
stead relit ipiishmenf, which .or can
be irrigated within two years. J. W.
Brown, 509-Mariou lil'Jg*., Seattle,
Wash.
Free Lecture.
By Dr. Webb nest Saturday evening '
at the M E. Church. Subject: "A !
trip to Neptune or a ( ruise Among the [
Stars." Come and go along.
DESERT LAND FINAL PROOF
United States Land Office, Walla
Walla, Wash.
March 15, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that Mary C.
Fettijohn, of ivennewick, Washington,
lias tiled notice of intention lo make
proof on her desert-land claim No. 410,
for the Se }«>l*Xe.l, Section 120, Tu s
n,, range 30, e. \V. K., before E. P.
Greene, U.S. Commissioner at. bis of
fice at Pasco, Washington, on Wednes
day, the 10th day of May, l!»i)f>.
She names the following witnesses
to prove the compu te irrigation and
reclamation 01 said land:
Frank Fmigh Walter Sims, H. O.
Mitcham and George Finley, all of
Keunewick, Washington.
J. L. Moiil.ndro, Register.
Department of the Interior, Land
Office at Walla- Walla, Wash.
Meich 15, 1905.
J Notice is hereby 11-. .t the fol- '
j sei«ii*r h/s h i notice
I of his intention to make final proof in '
support «»f his ciaiai, :unl th.it, gaid ■
, proof will be made be fore E. P. Greene,
IU. S Commissioner, at his office it
' Pasco, Washington, <>:i May 1", 1905.
! viz:
JOSIAII \\ LKA.
: who made H. I'. No 7s/»4. for the
• s«-f. Tp 7\r.n \v. v
He names the following witnesses to
| prove his continu us residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:G. '
H. Lea, A. II Ri.-h »r \ . r i V
t«>i», J. E. Richards, all ol Ken new c
Wash.
J. li." Moiiunhro, Keglster.
i y\ nvp
. v_/1V I JLIX VJT
A fill! line of Far. y and Plain :nd Fa-cy
'x will !)•• !)eiV i:> : |\-U' 11 :| vs.
You ean £el One Pi-. i- or a Foil Set. Also
we will \>.:ivv v!.:(•»• im- *'
'
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sprmg urz33 Irooas, Laces
Dircct From the Hast and Are the
Latest Patterns
Come and ask to see them. We are alwavs
glad to show (.ur goods whether you buy
or not. «...
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" KKNXEWICK, WASH.
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No. i— I lve acre garden tra«*t, improved,
house, barn and outbuildings. Place all planted
to trees which ire in bearing this y< a*: and pos
s — ion can !>;• given at once.
No. —Five acre gard i> tract, good 4 room
house, enire pine*? rdanted in-o trees and three acres
of >!im b'rri sin bearing. This nf a bargain.
Xo. o—l ive acre garden tru m, no improvements.
This is a bargain.
No. 4 —Six acre tract,right in town, no improve
ments. Can be sold at a c-ose figure if taken in
new? 10 days.
No. s—Ten acre trie' in Section 7. A ideal
-place for a berry or fruit farm. Can be sold on
terms
No. ti—Twelve acre tract 021 river, beautifully
located, c o-e to town. Tern-ii to suit purchaser.
7—leu acres in Section 20, at a bargain.
*Ye can locate you in any portion of the valley, and :it al
most iiny prl. e \S e have soslit' e.hoice land up the river,
at reninr Stable low prices, for the next' ten 'lays. Call and
see us before buying. We may i. «ve exactly what you are
looking for.
We are agents for two 1 »rge Tacts in the valley, which
we are s:'l!i::u hi tracts to suit th. purchaser, and on terms.
We nl.-o ii ive a number of • ijioice forty acre tracts at
prices ranging iront $70.00 pes' acre up, including water
right.
Cosgfove & Hansen
V
W. R. LAMB
Fresh Fruit *£ Vegetables
CUAUC
h>J±
We carrya complete line of
Heavy and Fine Mens, Boys,
Ladies and Childrens Slices.
C tVE LIS A CALL
W. R. LAMB
to O. Ken newiclc

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