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ill iffeviC THl§ KC4 OUR rouß ™ b^ , f iit f YE>IR Irt BUSI/iESS. WE Hj4VE GROW/I b^« u6T % %K:HS t VE SMkL rtOT CHjMGC OUR AETHODS \ * 4> BUT VE &HAkk ErtBEyIVOR TO TRE^T ft /'•' YOU EVErt BETTER I/i THE TO COAE. TMrt BURIrtG THOSE TH^T *£.4 MVE PASSES. I. / JIPPRCeMTI/16 THE Pj4TRO/MGE OF THIS COAAU/UTY. WE FEEL. TftdT >i : -•*...-- BURI/iG THIS OUR &IRTHBj4Y WEEK. WE SHOULB GIVE. RATHER TH>M RE - CCIVE PRESENTS, THEREFORE DURiftG OUR jMrtIVERSySRY WE WILL A/3KE PRICE REBUCTIOrtS WHICH MEMS WE GIVE A fIOAtEY-PRESE/IT TO EVERY CUSTOMER BY A LOWER PRICE O/i YOU BUY. B>lßG>HrtS EVERYWHERE. Thursday, April t—Friday, April 2~Saturday, April 3 For New Walking Skirts Worth 6.00, 7.50 and $8.50 There are 24 in the lot—l 7 just came in by ex press. Colors: Gray, Black, Brown and Navy. The illustration herewith is one of the new skirts, either in Black or Gray. Every skirt is fitted perfectly before leaving the store. 15c Best Standard Table Oilcloth 15c White and colors, anniversary sale price 15c $1*35 Messaline 98c A beautiful 36 in excellent quality in all colors. Anniversary sale 99c. Fruit Growers' Association WE are now open for business in the Old Bottling Works building 011 Front street. Bring u* join Asparagus. Do not promise your Strawberries to anyone. Plenty of time yet. The Association should and un doubtedly can do better for you than any one And we pay as promptly as anybody does. lake our word for it, there will be no delay in making settle ments this year. Have you a rubber skimp for marking crates? You should have one. If you have none let us know AT ONCE, personally or by mail or 'phone so we can order for you. Please attend to this promptly. E\ei> crate of fruit or vegetables should be stamped with } our number. The Manager has not been able to call on every one, though he has not missed many. it you aie one of the few missed, please remember that he is looking for you. We do not intend to - light anyoody. W, VfVAWAVm'VAVi VW» <£ 1 ice Ice ICE i \ Twin City See & Cold Storage Co ® Have an abundance supply for all © If ve do not call, ask for one of our Ice Cards that will cause the ire man to "sit up and take notice. ' \ \ PHONE 212, Kennewick, Wash. J* Do a t miss any of the Farm bourse now running ii cmun BREAK DIN I wonder if it has occurred to the J average parent that, when a child breaks down, the fault is not to be laid at the school door, but to gen eral all-around care and training of the child? The ideal juvenile train ing is that in which physical and mental keenness are developed co ordinateiy to their fullest fruition, says 11. Irving Hundeock in the New Idea Woman's Magazine. This is n«>t an impractical ideal. The pres ent writer has had more than a little experience in guiding school-child ren past the shoals of breakdown. If your child is to have a strong body, with a keen mind to match, then there must be provided an abundance of fresh air, daily baths, a little systematic exercise, proper nourisments —and some merry re laxation! The child does not get enough fresh air merely in the time that he is out playing. There must he fresh air in the house all the time. "Changing the air" in the house once in a while is only a sub terfuge. The house must be venti lated all the time, and the child must sleep in a room that has a window open. Y<*t it is at the table and in the pantry, after all, that most of the mischief is done. It is beyond question that the average American school-child is permitted to cram himself with food until the wonder is that so many of our young people grow up to more or less useful adult hood. Not only is the ehild fed heavily three times a day, but by many a fond mother is allowed to feed almost inordinately between j meals. If the child be taught —compelled —to chew every mouthful of food thoroly, and to swallow it before taking another mouthful, and if he be denied any fluid to drink at meals A Splendid Anniversary Gift to Every Woman Wanting Muslin Underwear 20% Reduction on Our Entire Line of Beautiful Spring Muslin Underwear. The line is very complete, you will be delighted with the large range of styles and modest prices. Silk Pitticoats Special Value in Silk Petti coats, $4.69 A splendid silk skirt and really worth more than we ask. Cut extra full and wide. Sev eral different shades to select from. The price is low, $4.69 then he cannot overeat, for appetite will be satisfied before he has swal-! lowed too much. No beverage should be allowed with meals, nor for an hour and a half after a meal. Between meals plenty of fluid should be drunk, and if the child i 3 net at first in clined to drink between meals, he should be taught. THE CRISIS SAFELY PASSED France is to be congratulated on its narrow escape from revolution and bloodshed. The strike of its government postal and telegraph employees was a most serious mat ter, and it shows that governments are 110 more exempt than private j Urine from labor troubles. To I? sure strikes are less frequent in gov ernment established, but when they do occur they are likely to be more formidable because of the greatne?s of the interests affected. I The recent strike in Paris and j other large centers mnst have caused ; immense losses to business, for the ' non-delivery of millions of letter 3 and hundreds of thousands of tele- j grams paralized communications between one point and another. The government seems to have shown a wise and firm moderation and it* hands were assuredly j strengthened by the vote of confi-1 dence given it by Parliament. That the government has safely j passed thru so great a crisis is evi-! dence of the growing stability of the French people. The Republic has now lasted for 30 years, a much longer period than any previous government in a hundred year: : . 1 The well nigh kaleidoscopic frequen-1 cy with which revolutions and. changes of government used to take, place before the inauguration of the i president made France somewhat of j a laughing stock. Happily for that! nation and for the world those ex periences ore ended. Hosiery Nearly 20 dozen new spring stockings, full seamless, absolutely fast, stainless and sanitary. A regular 25c hose in any state. 48c pair, silk lisle hosiery worth 65 & 75c This lot includes the new spring shades, some are embroidered, some lace and some plain. Anniversary sale price, 48 cents. Read it We have some of the very choicest tracts in Sect. < —5 acre tracts in Kennewick gardens and good alfalfa fields close in to show you. We have the place on sale that produced tbe most net money last season of any place in the valley that is on the market. With 17 year experience in the Kennewick valley lamin a position to know the best lands and location and if quality of the soil and low prices and good terms are any inducement to you come in and see what we have to show you. We also have choice town lots and good houses to sell or rent. SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO. FRANK EMIGH, Manager no N'T pEAD THIS J YOU MIGHT HAVE something that needs "fixin'. " Any old thing from a baby carriage to an automobile; from an electric door bell to a trolley car REPAIRED. MECHANICAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Kennewlck. Wn. F. E COULSON, PROP. Phone 532 . Books Opened and uCGlllUing Closed and Kept by SccKkeeping I>;,y or Wt ' <k Stenography A" i'"™-'"* f s Stenography and Ty pew ri ting Insurance r. Stanton Public Stenographer Notary OHice 111 First Int»T iii.tioTuvl BMir. Foi- Sale—Good, thrifty two-year old asparagus plants. U. (J. Zwanzig Try Silver Loaf Flour made from Montana Hard Wheat, our naive l»raiul, Kolb's C'atth Grocery. Lace Curtains at Half Price 2.50 and $3.50 grades in white and cream. Boy's Suits Boy s knee pants suits not much over half price. One lot of 25 suits all straihgt knee pants, some light and heavy most of them last sum mer styles but good styles and good values at regular price 4.65, 5.00 and $6.00, in all sizes 8 to 1 5 years. Anniversary sale price, $3.15 One lot 20 suits —all straight knee pants. Well made, good styles, medium ard light weight. Nearly all siz es. Regular price 3.50 -$4 Anniversary sale price $ 1.95 WE ADVERTISE that we Lead I n Cur Line. T&ke Notice. The Elite Tonsorial Parlor V. M. Van Hook, & Haydon Props. UHps-e;ips-caps, at the Toggery.