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From the Correspondents
Items of Interest concerning our Neighbors up and down the Valley
HOVER NOTES
Mrs. Jack Bushnell, of Pendleton,
Ore., who has been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Spears,
left Thursday for Portland.
Minnie McGuire returned Sunday
from Pasco where she has been vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Royce for a few days.
Mrs. S. E. Hampton entertained
the pupils of her Sunday school class
Wednesday evening. The time
passed pleasantly, games being played
after which lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Liebert re
turned Tuesday from Salem, Ore.,
and other various places on the Coast.
They also attended the Rose Car
nival.
John Mills made a business trip to
Kennewick Tuesday.
O. H. Lyles, of Pasco, was a
visiting at the McGuire home the first
of the week.
Born —to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas,
Friday, June 9, a son.
A number of the friends of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Graff pleasantly sur
prised them in honor of their 27th
wedding anniversity. Lunch was
served and a good time was enjoyed
by all present.
Mrs. John Mills left Tuesday for
Milton, Ore., where she will visit
her son, B. Mills and family for some
time.
Mrs. Carrie Walker returned
Thursday from Lamar where she
has been visiting with relatives. She
was accompanied by her mother Mrs.
H. Shaw.
H. R. Hover was in town Mon
day looking after the interests of the
Hover Inv. Co.
Mrs. Leech of Missouri Flats
transacted business here the first of
the week.
Miss Minnie McGuire left Thurs
day for Walla Walla where she will
remain for some time.
For Rent—Furnished room with
modern conveniences. Mrs. R. W.
Bigneli, phone 613, opposfte M. E.
Church. 78
C. G. Tidd, Returned yesterday to
Vancouver, B. C., after a visit with
his sister, Mrs. R. W. Bigneli.
Mid-Summer CLEARANCE Sale Now On
Sale Continues until Saturday Night, June 24th
Thousands of Dollars of Seasonable Goods at Reduced Prices
■ ■ ***
——= SATURDAY MORNING HOUR SALES—9 TO 11 . 1
Compelling prices on j— n 9 until 10 o'clock $3 00 and $3 50 ll Com P c,,in £P riccson
Men's Clothing $1.50 and $2.00 Men's Negligee Shirts Men's Clothing
Men's Negligee Shirts $5.00 Boys all Wool
$18.50 and $20.00 AA. 10 until 1 1 o'clock Jpl.yO
Blue Serge suits. Sale
Suits, sale price /Ov 10 yards best standard Print This lot contains d* 1 Q C
\ A r\r~ 29c for 10 yards T)") Cjj
I ZL rp< . i . Not over 10 yards to a customer neanV JJ SnlftS, all '
4) I". This lot contains 7 , ,
nice up to date styles. i *Acr\
Q, „ about 4 doz. shirts Wash Fabrics We make this low .f \ $ t
$25 00 Hart Schaf ner nice styles and Mens Black or Tan
& Marx Suits. Sale most a H sizes , while Tissue, Shimmer Silks, reason than that ° xf ° r<k Sa,C
• $19.85 the last only all news fabrics, 35c we are overstocked. $2.85
quality. Sale price All sizes, sale
$15.00 and $16.50 24c $1-98 $1.50 Men's Straw
all Wool suits. Sale . _ mm > . . . a Hats. Sale price
<hi iac H. M. Ashbaugh & Company <m n n
THE STORE OF QUALITY I »UU
j_ = _ ==== _ ==== Second and Tacoma Kennewick, Washington =J
RICHLAND ITEMS
John Wilson of Ritzville is here
visiting with his cousin, Carl Bier
man.
E. Timmerman has returned from
Prosser where he was on business
connected with the school bonds.
County Commissioner J. B. Clem
ents returned from Prosser where he
attended the meeting of the board of
commissioners.
W. L. Baskett has returned from
Tacoma where he attended the ses
ion of the Odd Fellows' grand lodge
He was sent as a delegate from the
organization here.
Aaron Meyers has returned from
Walla Walla where he visited the
past week.
Mrs. H. H. Guth of Spokane is
visiting this week at the home of her
mother, Mrs. J. E. Hinkle.
Everyone who attended the Sunday
school picnic which was held in the
park last Saturday enjoyed themselves
very much. A very good program
was rendered in the forenoon.
M. G. Clark and wife departed
last week for the coast where they
will visit during the summer months.
B. Grosscup of Tacoma is visiting
in this vicinity this week.
Miss Howeisen of Connell is en
joying a visit at the home of her
brother, O. Howeisen.
I Mrs. J. Thompson is spending a
; few weeks visiting with friends in
! Nez Perce, Idaho.
I
j F. Eyrand was in Kennewick
I Monday on business.
Messrs. Stockder and Geyser of
Walla Walla were in town last week
on business.
Church services were held last
| Sunday forenoon and evening by
i Rev. R. D. Streyfeller of the Evan
' gelical church at Harrington.
K. Parker is back from Walla
Walla Walla where he transacted
business. While there he ordered a
fine line of merchandise for his store.
The Benton City ball team was ex
i pected to play here last Sunday but as
some of the players were unable to
come, the game was called off. A
game was played here between the
scrubs and the regulars.
Wtt Ktaftwici comunt, Knjuntwicac. Win.
J. Schuster was in Kennewick
Monday on business.
E. McAlpine has returned to Rich
land after spending the past two
weeks in Seattle.
T. Kaas of Madras, Oregon was
in this vicinity the past week visiting
his brother and looking over the val
ley. He is much pleased with this
locality and may locate here in the
near future.
Mr. Stype was a business visitor in
Kennewick Monday.
Mr. Marcum, representing the
Crown Optical Co. of Spokane was
in town Monday.
W. A. Bishop was up from Ken
newick Sunday.
Theo. Born departed last week for
Latah, where he will visit for a short
time. v
W. E. Baskett and family have
taken rooms in the Pittman building.
The ice cream social given by the
Ladies' Aid of the M. E. Church
Thursday was well attended.
Miss Elda Clements entertained a
number of her friends at a party Wed
nesday evening at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Clem
ents.
Geo. Eggers, of Nez Perce, Idaho
was in town last week visiting at the
home of J. E. Burmaster.
Mrs. J. H. James and children de
parted Wednesday for their home in
Pasco, having spent the past week
visiting at the home of Mrs. James'
daughter, Mrs. G. A. Rollins.
Fred Breithaupt and family at
tended the services held by Rev.
Johnson at Kennewick last Sunday.
Inventory was taken at the Cas
cade Lumber Co's yards last week.
J. E. Burmaster departed Friday
for Lewiston, Idaho where he will
attend to business matters.
L. Logan was in town this week
visiting with friends.
FINLEY ITEMS
Geo. Von Blon left last Friday to
spend the summer in North Dakota.
Mrs. G. H. Amon and Miss Jun
kel left for Mabton Sunday for a two
week's visit with relatives.
Rev. A. W. Laningham of North
Yakima, Supt. of North Yakima Dis
trict Washington Children's Home
Society will preach next Sunday
morning at 11:00 o'clock. Rev. E.
M. Landis will preach a week from
Sunday, the 25th, in Rev. Rounds'
place.
The Ladies' Aid will meet with
Mrs. C. E. Cox Thursday afternoon.
Ray Barton left Saturday for Pull
man to attend summer school.
W. P. Powers, traveling freight
and passenger agent, of Spokane, was
in town on business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wilson and
Miss Mamie Burham, of North
Yakima are visiting with H. YV. Nel
son.
Hugh Price is down from Horse
Heaven helping Wm. Teawalt dur
ing alfalfa harvest.
Mr. Stevens was over from Eureka
Flats Monday. "* His little daughter
Ruth is seriously ill with appendicitis
and was sent to the Walla Walla
hospital Tuesday.
Miss Gertrude Haney who has
been sick for the past two months,
died Saturday at the home at Spokane.
The funeral was held Sunday after
noon.
F. G. Lewtas came last Sunday
from Seattle to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Lewtas. He returned
to Seattle Thursday accompanied by
his sister Ruth who will spend the
next two months at Seattle and Van
couver.
ADVERTISED LETTERS
.1. H Burrows
L. W. Burt
C. C Harlan
Jake Elliott
J. J. Elliott
Mrs. W. H. Edwards
S C. Einmons
A. A. Johnson
O. 8. Kenyon
I>. S. Klssam
L W. Mason
J. F. Marshall
J. H. Landsdale
August Leaf '
Ij. E Saunders.
Mrs. Win. Swigert
Mrs. Amanda Smith
J. L. Strawn
Jesse L. Strawn
Mrs. T. C. Wood.
Ray A. Webber
Miss Anna Bolman
Thos. Conway
Thomas Clark 2
Allen L. Cunningham
Mrs. G. Deaver
Mr. Jas. P. Eaman.
Wm. Gregory
Merrlt M. Gordon
Clifford Holton
C. E Kerlee
T. H. Smith
Andrew Seat
Miss Bernlce Smith.
For Sale
For Sale— Deerlng mower, $'2o; top
buprgy, pale, $75 cash. Phone xl7l.
Kob't. Gray, Old Haney ranch. 77 80.
For Sale Cheap—One heavy spring
wagon, one buggy, one lawn-mower,
one 5-tooth cultivator, one cook
stove, one gas stove, one good young
horse, single harness, etc. Inquire
at Variety Store. Hover Blk. 77-8
Fruit Men:
We commend to you for your ap
proval, the Ideal Irrigation Rotary
Pump because of its extreme high
EFFICIENCY
which is a mighty big word in the mechanical world,
and which the Ideal Pump has—and lots of it.
Eight Reasons
' ' ngs Pre^ Dl |^'
Some Testimonials:
"This is to certify that the No. 4 pump installed in my well
126 feet deep, at Winchester, in Grant County, does the work in
a very good manner." Martin Corkey, Winchester Wa9h.
"You have a grand irrigation pump."
Wm. Turner, Pioneer Fruit Grower,
Wenatchee, Wash.
For further detailed information call or write special sales agent,
Hotel Koontz J. B. KING Kennewick, Wash*
Come to the I'uget Sound co,, n »
breathe the salt sea air. bathe l '
salt water, enjoy the boat!i.»
Ink, and clam digging. fi el ' 1 J*
from the dust and ***
and spend one summer, at leJl i
cool climate, Tree from
storms, dust and wind w Y**!
waterfront lot* from $100 av<
acre tracts for a verv ll»n„ an, l
close to the city. Write „! .I 00 *,
are Interested. Cotton & u ,0B
Tacoma, Washington. 7?^'

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