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The Kennewick courier. (Kennewick, Wash.) 1905-1914, December 18, 1908, Image 5

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\v saved spells, "M-O-X-E-Y" 1
future, and that means prac- 1
ndependence for the thrifty
"Take care of the dimes and |
1 ars will take care of them- <
is an excellent maxim. You I
derstand it beet after you
egun to save, and when you 1
|,w that your little hoard is rap
' Increasing. Nothing Is more
pil sing than the sense of having
mdney in the pank ready for an em- i
ergency. Why not start saving now
with us?
I The
t jt>r, December ,18 1908
ifceivirab Creek coal burns. Main
For Rent—Steam-heated office
rooms. First International Bank.
We want to buy 9000 good, second
hand sacks. Chas. H. Collins Co, 12-4
Post card views of Kennewick and
inlt,y tor sale at the Kennewick'
ludlo. *
Lessons given on piano and organ.
For particulars address, Ida W.
'Jreen, R. F. D, Box 17.
tolled Barley $30 per ton at Chas.
It. Collins company.
Extra choice Ben Davis apples $1
per box or 2c per pound. Sly's ranch,
hone 945. Will deliver,
lhaveab.iyer for eighty acres of
italfa land In one body in the-Ken
wick valley.
Square Deal Realty Co,
Frank Emlgh, Mgr.
.•Or Sale—Tract No. 3, Kennewick
hardens 5% acres. Partly set out to
trees, asparagus and small fruit. Ad
iress owner F. Segessenmann,
827 Frederick Ave. Spokane.
Rolled Barley $30 per ton at Chas.
H. Collins Co.
For Sale—Good family Jersey cow,
cheap. Fay F. Dean. tf
Rolled Barley, $30 per ton at Chas.
H.Collins Co.
For Sale—Two Duroc-Jersey brood
sows, one yoadg Duroc-Jersey boar,
registered stock. Fay Dean. tf
Just what the ladles of Kennewick
need. Call up G34 for halrdresslng,
shampooing, manicuring, face-mas
sage and scalp treatment a specialty
Combings mace to order.
Mrs Fay Meyer. tf
Coal to burn. Crab Creek Lumber
Co. Main 792.
Wanted—to borrow lor two work
horses until about April 1,1909; will
receive beet of care. Call on or ad
dress, Henry Otte, Kennewick, Wn.
For Sale—Lots of fine baled al
falfa hay. Phone 782. Chas. H. Col
lius Co.
"Crab Creek stocks are better."
Say! The Crab Creek wants to see
Wood to burn. Crab Creek Lum
tr Co. Main 792.
Owing to 111 health I am compelled
to offer for sale at a bargain the best
improved ranch In the valley. If in
terested, write me. E. M. Sly.
Richardson's shoe shop removed
two doors north of Post Office.
Working shoes for men and boys
at Richardson's shoe shop, two doors
north of the Pose Office.
Good Jersey cow for sale.
W. E. Thorp, Section 7.
If your hens don't lay, call on the
Hamilton Supply Co., for the receipt
to make them lay.
The Crab Creek sells coal. Maln792
Best home-made sausage at the
City market. Phone 672.
Ladies' and Gents' clothes, cleaned
and pressed. Leave at Hotel Leard.
Special low prices on rolled barley
all next week at the Chas. H. Collins
FOR SALE—Second hand Reming
ton Typewriter In.good condition.
Inquire at this office. tf.
Found—a watch, owner can have
same by proving property and pay
lug for this ad, Cal at the furniture
Julius Nelson was down from Spok
ane the first of the week visiting his f
many friends.
Miss Belle Starret of Walla Walla, t
Is visiting her friend Miss Edith v
James Dodson returned the last of s
the week from a business trip to
Walla Walla. e
Chaa. Foster and R. I. Hawley, of
Rlngold, were In town on business i
the first of the week. f
J. P, Lewtaa is back from Spokane 1
where he has been for several months
working at lite trade of carpenter c
and Joiner. t
Wm. Richards stopped off here on *
his way back from the Apple show to
look after his property interests and c
Visit his brother A. H. Richards and >
family. I
The Anderson gradingoutfit which
has l>een camped near Watson's <
warehouse lias moved to Kiona 1
#here they have gone to work on 1
the North Coast.
The Winters, Parson & Boomer *
shovel Is working both day and 1
night shifts on their contract east of <
Klonaand are making good head- *
Miss Maude Bell returned Satur- '
from a several weeks with her sister 1
tn Spokane. Sne has Improved very I
much In health and strength during
her absence. I
For Bale—2o acres of land 3% miles 1
from Kennewick or will trade for '
good work horses. Inquire for write 1
to A. W. Wise, Kennewick, Wn.
8. A. Tucker. Q. W Porter and *
Mark Potter were In town Saturday 1
on business and making arrange- I
, ments to prove up on their home
, steads south of town about 15 miles. <
Irwin L. Fisher has returned to
1 Kennewick for the winter after an
absence of six months during which
- time he has worked In the Coetir d'
Alehe, Spokane and at Pullman on
. the State Oollege buildings and at
I other points In the Palouse.
George Arrowsmlth, the manager
of the Yakima Valley Power Co. was
. In town the last of the week to con
fer with the council with reference to
the permit to build the transmission
line from the plant to the western
limits of town.
What Is probably the largest tree
ever placed In the waters of the Col
umbia river, was hauled out of the
" woods Friday on the Sorensen Log
glng company's road at Evensen.
' The tree was 128 feet In length to the
* first limb, 108 Inches In diameter at
the butt, 69 Inchcs in diameter at
the top and contained 47,973 feet,
* board measure.
* " Thomas McKain and a crew of men
* began work Monday morning on the
* installation of the pumping plant
for the Northern Pacific Irrigation
* Co to irrigate the Kennewick Higli
. lands. The larger plant which will
lift the water from the ditch for irri
gation will be put In first and then
| the smaller one to pump water from
the river for domestic use will be put
* in.
The Kennewick Shining Parlor is
the newest thing In town and can be
' fonnd next door to the post office
' the only one of the kind between
t Spokane and North Yakima. The
; fittings are new and the service Is up
- to-date. Work for both Indies and
y gentlemen done with special care.
Ladies entrance on the right. If In
convenient to call, phone 882 and Mr
Crawford will call and get shoes,
r clean, shine and return them
I About thirty members of the Ken
newick Odd Fellows lodge went to
ltlchland Tuesday evening and visited
the Richland lodge and assisted in
the degree work. The first and sec
ond degree were exemplified and a
number of candidates luitlated.There
Was about the same number present
e Horn the Richland lodge and after
t&e work was completed, a big ban
„ quet supper was served to about
sixty guests. The boys from here re
j port a glorious time and feel well re-
I I paid for their all night's work.
J Case & Eschbach, Ihe North Coast
' coutractors have their steam shovel
j' In pla-re In the cut west of the Mar
i tin place. Work will beglu on both
' a day and a night shift as soon as a
a car load of dump cars now on the
B road arrive. The car load of light
rails for the cars arrived Wednesday
and are being laid. The shovel was
* taken from the Northern Pacific line
at Relief and moved over last week.
e There Is about a month's work at
1 the first setting and then the shovel
will move farther west.
2 J. Kelly DePriest, the assessor elect
e went up to Prosser the last of the
week to begin in the assessor's office
A and get on to the ropes. He has an-
I nounced the following appointments
for the work next year: Prosser, L.L.
Linn; West Prosser, Fred Campbell;
8 Wellington, Geo. Myers: Kennewick,
jr. Brown; White Bluffs, Angus
'r Hay; Hauford. F. L. Bash; Hover,
'• H, S- Hughes. Appointment for
'• office deputy and for Klona, The
e Glade and East Prosser have not
yet been determined upon. For the
* first named place Mr. DePriest is be-
J urged to appoint P. A. Duraut.
Dr. A. M. Kiug was quite sick the
first of the week but is around again
Hawley Smith of Hauford whs in
town from Hanford the first of the
Good, gentle horse and harness for
sale by J. E, Tull.
Wanted—a few gentlemen board
ers at H. Fisher's. South Y ikima St,
V. E. Woods js In town negotiat
ing with It E. Pratt for right of-way
for the North Coast thru the Chicago
V. M. Van Hook was business visit
or to Walla Walla Wednesday. He
brought back a porter who is now
at work in the Elite Shop.
Saiu Elder has opened a lunch
counter in the rear room of the Ken
newick Club. Short orders served
promptly until midnight.
Mrs. C J. Beach returned Wednes
day evening from a few days of visit
ing and looking after business mat
ters in Walla Walla.
Lost—A dark brown fur scarf
about four feet long, between the
Pavilion and C. 0. Anderson's resi
dence. Finder please leave at this
G'en Swanso-i and wife are mov
ing into the Conway house back of
the Presbyterian Church. They
lately came from Dayton.
B. T. Dickson of Seattle, is the new
barber in the Elite Barber Shop on
first chair,. He is an experienced
workinau and is making good with
the particular trade.
Rev. H. Brockman went to Golden
dale Wednesday and Thursday to
look after Lutheran Church matters
in the county seat of Klickitat coun
ty. There is a church there of about
a dozen families.
George C Fendler retured last Sat
urday from Chicago where lie had
been on legal busluess. He expects
to move his family to Spokane next
week and will follow just after the
first of the year and engage iu busi
ness iu the Falls City. Kennewick
loses an excellent family and an ener
getic business man by this removal.
Lars Erickson returned Monday
evening from a three weeks' explora
tion trip in Alberta, Canada. He
made Calgary his headquarters and
made several side trips from that
city. He was favorably impressed
with the wheat growing possibilities
.of the country. It was extremely
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan are
' here on their wedding trip and vlsit
ing Mrs. Morgan's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Kiiuberly and her sister, Mrs. E
L. Kolb. They were married on
December 12tli, at Hastings, Ne
braska and will make their home at
Grand Island, Nebraska, where Mr.
; Morgan is an inspector of the Union
Pacific, on their return east.
Mr. and Mrs. John Michaels, of
North Yakima, spent the first of the
week in this city as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Brown. Wliiie here
they were shown over the Valley and
some parts of Pasco. Mr. Michaels
was favorably impressed with the
1 Country and will make some invest
' ments here later. He is the proprie
' tor of the Bartliclet, North Yakima
1 and has extensive interests in that
I Kennewick Loilge No. 153 Freernd
Accepted Masons elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing year at
. their regular communication on
Wednesday evening. Worshipful
[ Master, Fred L Watson; Senior War
den, Lauren W.Soth; Junior Warden
A. H. Richards; Treasurer, Lawrence
E. Johnson; Secretary, Charles Con
* way. There was a good attendance
' and some degree work was exempli
' tied.
, Peter Storland returned the last ol
; the week from a two weeks trip tc
b Alberta, Canada. He visited a num
r ber of towns in the vicinity of Cal
gary and considers it a fine wheat
k country. Homesteads can be secur
ed by a residence of six years and by
a residence of three years and the
payment of money the title can be se
b cured to 160 acres. Grain, especially
I oats is looking fine. The temper
* ature made a drop to 15 degrees be
-1 low while he was there and there
l was a slight snow fall.
* Miss Nora Dixon is improvingslow
? ly and was able to go out driving
* Sunday.
1 Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence returnee
' home from Walla Walla Friday last
Mr. Duncan and family of Golden
t dale have moved to Luzon.
- Mrs. Carley, Mrs. Fulton am
? grand-son Edwin Cobb, were visit
" Ing at Luzon Thursday,
* Mr. Frank Crowe spent Sundaj
' here, looking after busiuess affairs.
Sunday School and Church wa>
I quite largely attended at Carle;
. Sunday, there will be no morecliurcl
p until after the holidays,
e Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and Mrs
t Cawhauu called at the Dixie horn
e Sunday.
Lee Naglo is employed as cook fo
the contractors of the Luzon Hotel
At % (SHjurrljpa
December 20th, 1908.
C. R. Deleplne, Pastor. j
Preaching services every Sunday at j
II a.m. uud 7:30 p.m. j
Sunday School at 10 a.m. eliarp.
The Barnes class meets with the S. g
school. I
Ladles' Ala society on Wednesday
afternoon at the place announced at
the Sunday morning service.
We have now comfortable chairs,
a warm house and we trust warm
hearts „to welcome all who will at
tend the different services. We in
vite you to come. We are here to
minister to you, we labor to make
the services usefnl to you and Inter
esting. Come and try and come
agalu if you like it as we hope you
L. N. B. Anderson, Pastor.
Sunday School 10 a. in., Preach
ing, 11:00 a m. subject, "Sons of
God". 6:40 p. m. Epworth League
"Open Doors that call for renew
ed Consecration," Leader Mrs A. L.
Shook. 7:30 p.m. Preaching, subject
"Pure Religion." Preaching at Fin
i ley, 3:00 p. in. Ladies' Aid Society
will not meet again til after Chrlet
i mas.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7;30 p.m.
The public invited. Strangers wel
W. L. Rowan, pastor. "
S. S. at 10 a. m. Christmas Lesson.
Morning service 11 a. m. Topic,
- ''The Angel's song of Universal peace,
p.m. Evening service 7:30 pm. topic
» "It is I or the voice of Jesus in the
; Stonu." C. E. 6:45 TheXmasen
i tertainment will be held Xmas eve 7:
" 30 p. m.
German Services next Sunday at
* 10:30 a. m. at the Old School Build
r itig. Christmas exercises on next
- Thursday evening. The exercises
; j wiil be malniv given by the children
i, who have been practicing under the
t! direction «>f the pastor for some
1 1 time. There will be excellent inutlc
g' uud the public Is cordially Invited.
Hazen T. Murray, Pastor,
e Sabbath School at 10 a.m.
Morning service at 11 a.m. "The ,
1 Inspired Word."
I Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.m.
i Evening service at 7:30 p. m. Topic
- "Absalom, the story of a fool".
j Prayer Meeting on Thursday even-,
i Strangers and anyone having no
Church home are cordially welcomed
j at our services.
II M Bartlett, Rector.
The morning sermon and service
at St. Paul's Episcopal church begins
3 at 11 o'clock. Everyone cordially
? invited.
A Christina* service will be held next
t Thursday, Dec 24th at the home of
G, J. Henneberry, at 9 a. m. Rev.
Father E Frederick of Prosser, officl
-1 atfng. Midnight mass will be held
'* ir. Pasco at the court house,
W. R. Weisel has received a letter
e from his brother living near the old
i. home place at Findlay, Ohio,telling
e about tho excellent pike roads they
'* are building in that region. They
are building one past the farm now.
It is made of crushed rock twelve
° inches deep, the lower nine inches
- being of the coarser rock and the
I- top is covered with a three inch lay
fc er of screenings from the crusher.
* The road way is made 10 feet
e wide and the contract price for this
«. width is $7.50 per rod or $2390 per
y mile. At the same rate to make a
'■ roadway 16 feet wide like the one
being built near the new school
house would cost $3840 per mile.
The plan of construction followed is
to put up a plank 12 inches wide on
each side and brace in position
" with earth. The space inside is
S then filled with 9 inches of the
(1 coarser rock from the crusher and
t. the top layer of three inches of
>. screened rock is then put on and
the travel is allowed to do the pack
<l ing, no steam roller being used.
The roads have l>een thoroughly
tried out in the section of the Buck- j
* eye state and have been found to be
most satisfactory. Not only are all
v the main roads being thus macada
h mized but the branch roads and
lanes are being improved and main
s. tained in the same way.
The Sunday-school In District 18 is
>r preparing to celebrate Christmas
I. J with appropriate exercises,
The Crab Creek Sells
Roslyn Lump Sherban Lump
Bear Creek Lump Newcastle Lump
Bear Creek Nut Bridger Lump
Bridger Nut Pitsburg Lump and Nut
You can always get the kind you want
16 in» Slab Wood 4 ft. Cord Wood
16 in. Fir Wood 12 in Fir Wood
"The Crab Creek sells for Less" <
Crab Creek Lumber Company
M. N. HUDNALL, Agent Z. E. Scott, Agt. Kiona
Madsen & Christensen
Now in charge of the
CITY meat market
Both members of the new firm are experienced butchers and
meat cutter's. They have purchased the shop fixtures and
taken option on the building and will conduct a fine market.
We Keep In Stock
Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds
Fist and Game
Sauer Kraut and Pickets
Extra Special "Home Made Sausage"
Next to 1 The BRUNSWICK f Cigars I
Post Office Tobacco
Furnished BILLIARDS and POOL and
Rooms c E TR |pp & SON, props. 80X1 Drlnks
i .>;
'i * -
We want to help you to a
■ ....Merry Christmas....
Cranberries 1 5c per quart
Walnuts 20c per pound
Kennewick Trading Company.
r N
* r IV T jfl t 1 Ibi |OW that lam settled in my
Van INOrsda 11 quarters, lam better pre
pared than ever to repair your
~ Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. Have
_ # # had 19 years'experience repairing fine
Jeweler and Optician r ,atd ; es - y° u wUh
** L first class work done on your watches
Hover Hotel Block . or c ' oc ' t,> ca " on mc at d*e Hove
Hotel Building, two doors south o
Two Doors South of Postoffice postoffice.
Van Norsdall, T he Optician and jeweler
Mr. J. T Harrison ga\e a partj at■, Huntinprton marie a busint'SH
his home on Wednesday evening tojtrip to Hanford and White Bluffs
the ten boys, members of his Sunday I the fi rß t G f the week.
School class In the Presbyterian Sun- j
day School. The boys were on hand j Jack Swindler and family h-Vve
early and had a fine time, adjourning moved to Richland where he lias a
at a late hour an 1 hoping that sacli piece of land which he will level and
pleasure would be more frequent. j improve,

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