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The Kennewick courier. (Kennewick, Wash.) 1905-1914, October 29, 1909, Image 6

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Actual Figures taken from Orchaad
of W. P. Sawyer
Mr. Sawyer who owns a Dear
orchard has made public statement
over his own signature that for the
past eleven years his pear orchard
has netted him annually 0308 per
acre. This present year is away
above the average. He shipped 7
carloads either to. Minneapolis or to
New York markets and received
total sum net at Wapto of 86,639.48.
This gave him a net price at NVapto
of $1.85 per box. Those sold at
Minneapolis brought an average
price of $2.69 Y* per box and those
sold in New York of $'2.93 per box.
Too much praise cannot be given
the Band for engaging the Schubert
Symphony Club and Lady Quartette
of Chicago to appear here on Nov
ember 27). This company is In its
twentieth year of success, and is
acknowledged everywhere to be the
most ''up-to-date" Musical Company
trawling. Everybody likes music
a -d everybody enjoys a hearty laugh
A delightful ble-idiiu of pure fun and
fine music Is out* reason why the
above company ii.is won Its way to
the top notch of public esteem.
R O. Soth was down from Cunning
ham to visit his br »ther Sunday.
The Kennewlck Valley Telephone
Co have bi'en unking improvements
on their Richland lines.
Win. Richards whs down from
North Yakima over Sunday - visiting
Ids brother A. H. Richards aud
W. O. Kennett was down from
Prosser the first of the week visitiug
lelatives and looking after land.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sutton of
Eitopia were trading .with our merch
ants ou Monday of this week.
Ilert Mills, who sold his ranch
south of Hover some time ago, Is
now located at Freewater, Ore.
Wm. Dlrcksen, proprietor of the
Kennewlck Market, Is so extensively
remodeling Ids residence In the Chic
ago Tracts that It Is practically a
new house and will be modern In
plan and very convenient in arrange
at $75.00 per acre.
fully planted and bearing,
$2,500 modern cottage,
right in city for $5,(K)0.
all in alfalfa, one mile out
with complete modern
pumping plant for $325.00
per acre.
and small house for $2,100.
for $2100.
from $100.00 to $500.00
Several big snaps right
now for first. Land in all
parts of vally. Informa
tion and literature given
freeiy and land shown at
any time.
omiiii w. rick mm co.
Kennewick, Wash.
At tl|p (Eliiirrltpa
October 31, 1909.
S. S. at 10 a. m.
Morning service at II a. m, by the
pastor. Rev, J. A. Pine, Topic,
7 p. in. Bible study.
Sermon by the pastor, 8 p. m.
All are invited to theee services.
C. R. Delepine, Pastor.
Yon are all invited to the services
of the Baptist church if you care to
hear the gospel.
Preaching services every Sunday at
II a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. sharp.
Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p
Rev. R. F. Brown, Pastor
Sunday, School, 10 a. ni. 11. M.
Vshbaugh Supt.
Epworth League at 0:43 p. in. Miss
Alma Smith leader.
Preaching at 11:00 a. in. and at
7:30. p. m. Morning topic "The lie
lation of the Two Dispensations "
Evening topic "The Temple " If
there are any Masons in town they
will especially enjoy this evening
service. Preaching at Fluley at 3 p.
We endeavor to make all who
come feel at home in our services.
• Come thou with us and we will
do thee good "
Rev. H. T. Murray, pastor.
S. S, at 10 a. m.
Sermon by the Pastor at 11 a. m.
Beginning with this service the past
or will deliver a series of sermons on
the topic: "The First Things." The
openiuir of the series: "Before History
Christian Endeavor at 6;-lf» P. M.
Evening sermon at 7:30 p. m. "The
Isle of Dreams." Mr. Murray will
deal v ith the mystery of the lost
Eden. This series will include three
sermons on successive Sabbath morn
ings. You cannot afford to miss one
W. L. Rowan, pastor.
S. S. at 10 a. m.
Morning service at 11a.m. Topic
"Prison Reform."
C. E. Society at 7:00 p. m.
EveHing service 7:30 p. m. Topic
"The Divorce Question. Are the Di
orces <jr mted Today Justifiable?"
All have a cordial invitation.
German Services at 9:30 a. m. and
English services at 11 a. m. conduct
ed by Rev. H. Brockmann at the old
school building.
| H. A. HOWE |
5 Hardware Furniture Implements 5=J
BuildersHardwarei Paints,Oils,Veh.iclesPump gcj
J Undertaking Goods, Carpets, Shades, Jp
Stoves and Ranges 3£
3f The Hunting: Season j|
5 is on. We have a nice fresh stock of loaded 5=
5 shells and can supply your wants in guns, 5£
gg coats, etc. je
! Furnace Work and Steam Heat g
If you are contemplating anything in this 2E
line let us po it now. Pay us November Ist.
Plumbing P
5 Let us figure on your plumbing work for
3 either your old or new house. We guarantee «
5 sanitary work. jj£
=2 A Few Items in the 3E
5 Furniture Stock
5 We are closing out way below their regular gel
value. If you desire to save call and inspect. 2?
A. Von Holderbeke of the Nursery
Company of that name was in town
the first of the week looking after'
his orchard interests.
John herding of YVentzville, Mis- j
sourl, has purchased the Joel Pack j
place on one acre from Christ Kruse
and will soon occuy the house.
J.C. Ryan, a timber man from'
Spokane, Wash., visited his friends
Shepard & Elv of the Kennewlck j
Packing Co. the first of the week.
.1. W. Randall is building a new!
reside in Richland which will be oc-;
cupied dy C H. Baglev the new mem
ber of the Richland Hardware Co.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mlchener left
Saturday for Washougal, Wash,,
where they will remain and Mr.
Mlchener expects to engage In busi
Wanted —Energetic young man to
represent us as resident salesman in
Kennewlck, Good money In this for
a live man. Address, Page & Sod,
Portland. Oregon.
Younu Men* and Women are in
vited to attend the Baracca Class
(undenominational). Meets Sun
days at 10 a. ill. at Baptist Church.
S. M. Lockerby is installing a
heating system and other wise im
proving his residence. H. A. Howe
is putting In the furnace and Thomas
M Kain is doing the carpenter work.
Geo. A. Newlands M J>.. ft prom
inent physician, Wilmar Tucker, a
democratic politician and F. H.Man
tor all of Seattle, composed a hunt
ing party which were here on the
Columbia over at Curbank ami up
the Yakima Geese were seldom in
range Hying high but the party
were fairly successful iu getliug
If you have anything to sell, in our line, we will pay
Highest Cash Price
• • • for * *»
Beef, Mutton, Hogs and Poultry
We are prepared to buy all you have
We treat the small seller with the
the same fairness we do the large
We are establishing permanent headquarters in the old
City Meat Market. If you have anythihg to sell, give
us a trial. y* j* & J- &
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Wanted To Exchange—One llvi>-
rooin honse in first class resident
part or Spokane, for Kennewlck
property or acreage. Address, Box
Mr and Mrs W. A. Hawes cnme
down from their Hanford ranch
Sunday evening. Mr. Hawes has
disposed of all his contestants except
an Italian who has filed on forty
acres and he stands the best show
iu the world to get the entire quarter
but has a lead pipecinch on 120 acres
Hp wants to borrow a Fifle to kill
coyotes before he goes back up to
the land on Thursday's boat. He is
greatly delighted with out door life
after so many years indoors In the
Save Middlemen's Profits
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Our priccs are the lowest in the S
Northwest. Send us a list of your P
wants and let us quote you prices |
prepaid to your station. t
Send for Tree Catalogue j'
"Reliable Pealeri" £j
2006 WestlaKe Ave. Seattle £
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