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Supplement to The Kennewick Courier
7 Kennewick, Washington, Friday, Dec. 18, 1908. No. 35 HI6H SCHOOL NOTES, (By Our Special Correspondent.) Miss Annie (luff, the county Supt. I :ts a visitor of the Kennewick "vhools Wednesday. A meeting will lie held aliout the middle of January at Prosser, to determine what will constitute the I exhibition of the Benton country schools at the A. Y. P. Fair. This county is allowed to have three cabinets. The White Rose club issued a challenge for a contest in all com-! mon school subjects, with the ex-: ception of spelling which has been ! previously mentioned, for the pur-j pose to correlating the work of the i Schools as much as possible by a' comprehensive review of some sub-! ject. The Kennewick High School has submitted the following question : Resolved, "That elimination ofi profits is the best solution of the I problems of the liquor .traffic." I Prosser said that the question was J satisfactory to her but she wished to see how much material could be ! collected before arrangements were made for the debate. Blanks have been received from] die University of Washington to be filled out in order to enable that institution to determine whether or, not the Kennewick High School should be kept on the accredited list. Mr. Lewis has offered the niem liers of the Sophomore class a prize • of two dollars to be awarded to the j pupil who writes the best original story during the holidays, Otto Myers is a new pupil in the j ">th grade- Lucy Fendler, a pupil of the j fourth grade has left school because j the family has moved to Spokane. | Roxie Shoemaker has been pro moted from the 3rd B. into 3rd A. j during the past week. School will be dismissed for the holidays on Wednesday, Dec. 23, and will take up again Monday, January 4. Wednesday night tlie temperature was 12 degrees below zero the cold est of the wiuter by quite a margin. Tuesday night it was 20 above and last night 16 above. J. P. Gey er of Spokane is visiting his sister Mrs. S B Lodge and family. CALL OF DENTON COONTY SCHOOL AND COONTY WARRANTS S. D. I Joint. All warrants reg- ( istered. S. 1). (i All warrants registered prior to April 190 S. S. I). 7 Warrant <).'>. i Treasurer's * No.) 1 S. D. N All warrants registered t prior to April 1, 15HIS. j j - S 1). 1(1 All warrants registered prior to September I!HiS. |" S. D. 14 Warrants 40 and 41 P (Treasurer's No.) i S. D. lt» Warrants 1 and 2 i S. I). 17 All warrants registered ■ priot to February 1, liHW. ( S. D. 22 Warrants and .">(] (Treasurer's No,) S. D. 2IS Warrant :>. Road District 1 Ail warrants u | to and including 12-" iN All warrants on Current Expense Fund up to aud including 2920. j Interest on above warrants will j cease December 21, ltMis. I R. B. Walker. County < 1 / 'Postal savings banks would fost- 1 er thrift and increase the habit of ' saving in many states and localities ! where opportunities do not now ex= ( ist, and would in the end serve for i feeders to the regular stock and ' mutual savings banks, where great- 1 er returns would lie received. Thus ( they would be a real benefit not ■ only to the people, but also to ex- ] isting financial institutions." < The Richland Rapid Transit Co. is r " a new corporation of freight and passengers from this place to Rich- ' land. The company will operate the ; Tillicilin and also an automobile line ' | with three machines, the one now in ! use. another from Walla which the ' company owns and an additional 1 , new machine which has ju-t been 1 j ordered. The Company has the same i stockholders as the Richland Land ! Co. Arie Hover is president and R. j Stanton is secretary. For Sale —1 horse, cheap. Apply to ; Chas. H. Ctllins Co. R. H. Anderson left Saturday even ing for Sheldon, North Dakota to j visit his mother who is failing in health. L. W. Brown of Pomeroy, is here for a couple weeks stay to look after his large property interests in the tow r n. He plans to make some ex tensive improvements on some of his buildings. Single coiub white leghorn cocker als for sale- Improve your flock by getting one of these birds from prize winning stock. Mounsey Bros. RICHLAND LAND CO. CHAN6E There has been a change in the membership of the Richland Land Co. in the past week,' S.. T. Laird and Rufus Fullerton retiring and the Hover Schiffner Co. acquiring their interest. The Company lias lieen incorporated for $25,000 and the incorporators are Howard Anion president, Arie Hover, secretary, .1. .1. Schiffner, L. E. Anisbury and William Muneev. R. Stanton is assistant secretary. The company report the sales of land to C. I>. Mitchell, J. H. Klein, 11. H. Colby C. I. Snyder and Henry Richter and W. I. Berkley. DEATH OF REV. 6. W. CLANCY Ceo. \V. Clancy died at liis home in the Garden Tracts. Tuesday Even ing after a long illness which had its beginning more than two years Hgo. The deceased was born in Missouri U4 vears ago. He had been a long time resident of this state but came to Kennewick and purchased the Sweet place last Spring. He had formerly lived ot Dixie near Walla Walla, and was also well known at different points in the I'alouse coun try. He leaves a wife to mourn the death of a faithful and devoted hus band, and a brother, It. G. Clancy and wile were also preseut at the funeral services held at the home on Wednesday which were conducted by Rev. (J. It. Delepiue of the Baptist Church, assisted by Rev. L. B. Anderson of the Methodist, Church. The remains were taken to Dayton for interment. Rev. Clancy was for many years an active minister in tlie work of the Baptist church aud gave the best of his life v>i the service of his Master and many whom lie guided into right paths of Christian life and duty will rise up and call him blessed. A Word Breaker. "Fir" look:Mir old gentleman." "Yes. but he was never known to give !i man his word that he did not break if." "T'i dioin'st. oh?" "Nope; be stutters."—Houston Post. Dignity and Ignorance. "So you have deckled to call in an other doctor?" "I have." was the reply. "The ab surdity of the man prescribing linseed tea and mustard plasters for people of our position!" A Noble Parent. In writing a sketch of Washington a pupil ended her essay by saying. "Washington married a famous belle, Martha Custis. and In due time be came the Father of His Country."— Delineator.