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The Kennewick courier. (Kennewick, Wash.) 1905-1914, December 18, 1908, Image 10

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The sheepmen* who have been up
in the mountains around Ellensburg
and farther up during the slimmer
months, and began working their
Hocks to the lower levels with the
coming of autumn, are now arriving
in the Horse Heaven hills adjacent
to this place, for the winter. The
mild temperature prevailing here all
winter and the excellent grazing is
very favorable to the wintering of
the aheep and bringing them out in
the spring in fine shape. The Un
derwood Sheep company ha* been
in the hills for some time with a
large flock, the Wenner Sheep com
pany arrived the first of the week
with a band of 2500 and Martin
Fieldsted will arrive with his hand
Ix'fore the end of the week. The
sheep will be sheared here next
spring and the fat sheep sold and
shipped to market from this place.
These firms made a large shipment
«»f 22 cars to the Chicago market
from this point season before last
but the mutton sheep are usually
sold in the Seattle market. The
opening up of the Swift plant at
Portland will also be a new market
for this product. Some very nice
profits have l)een made by the
sheep-raisers in recent years.
L. J. Dlmick was in town Sunday
vUltlng bin familv.
The school and Sunday school are
making preparations to celebrate
Christmas in the good old way.
R. C. Stretchberry spent Saturdav
in Kennewlck visiting hia sister Mrs.
W. R. Bevler.
Messrs. Marshall and Johnson took
a supposed jail bird Into their cus
tody, who was wanted tn Pasco.
He was searched by I. M. Ely and
taken to Kennewlck by Chat*. Mar- i
shall where he was turned over to
the authorities.
Mr {ind Mrs, s. G. Leonard and
little daughter returned Wednesday
morning from Walla Wall where
have been the past six weeks. Mr'
Leonard is much improved in health.
T, J. McKenny made a business
Ordering Lumber
Carelessy is neither good business nor good judgement. The. v
better lumber you buy the less waste there will be and the
less it will cost.
You can't get poor lumber here at all
We don t keep it and we don't try to sell you more than you
need, either. Bring in your plans and we will tell you how
much you need (or the job and sell you the lumber at a
square deal price. Thats all.
St. Paul & Tacoma
Lumber Company Ke T£iey,w!s::
trip to Portland last week. He passed j
thru Kelso and paid a visit to Win.
Deltrlch and family, formerly of this
Mrs. D. S. Stewart has l>eeu quite
seriously 111 for the past week.
Foster C. Stretchberry »|>ent Sun
day in town.
Frank Sliaughnessy, of Kennewlck.
whs In town Sunday.
Geo. Flnley, of Flnley, was visiting
friends In town Sunday.
Geo. Simmons left Monday for
Stevenson, a point down the river,
wtiere he will be lustalieil as night
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Graff, were Ken
newlck visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Marshall are
the proud parents of a little daughter
born Monday morning.
I. M. Ely transacted business in
KennewicK Monday.
H. R. Phillip!, father of our former
teacher. Miss Amy, passed through
town on his way to his homestead
In Horse Heaven Thursday.
Mr. J. W. Lawler left Friday morn
ing for Portland.
Miss Iva Stretchberry returned
home Monday after a few days visit
in Kenuewick.
L. R. Whitrloek, the Jeweler, is
distributing some very handsome
Our school inarms at tended
teacher*' ineetiug at Kennewlck ' •
It in reported that William Lev .a*
ha* g<me into the real eatate business
with Kd Hhiihoii.
Arthur Skiuuer has built a nice
little cottage on hi* land aud Mr.
Gordon is having his 10 acre tract
west of S. H Godfrey's leveled and Is
preparing to build ou it.
Col. ami W. L Davis are thinking
of putting in a uasoline engine oti
their 2U w^st of town. The former
weut to Spokane last week to g«*t
prices on enginges.
Koncoe Fisher is working; with a
surveying, party that are doing; some
engineering work for the North
Coast east of the bridge- ft is thot
that the surveys are for switches
that the Co. intends tmildiug.
F. M. Moore, of Kennewlck has
moved his family into the hout*e late
ly i»ccupied i>y his neighbor until he
can huihl a house ou his land. The
many friends of Mr. Moore are glad
to have him for a neighbor.
Mr. Travis lost a valuable mare ,-i
few days ago. He had i>een doctor
ing her and thought >he was get ting
better when she strayed away fro- ,
from the place and he found her dead
in the road not far from lvennewick.
lie valued her at $175.
11. I'. Fisher and family from Gar
field Wash., are down for a-week's
visit to hits father, A. U. Fisher.

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