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From the Correspondents Items of Interest concerning our Neighbors up and down the Valley FINLEY ITEMS Chris Tweedt and family returned home Thursday evening of last week from Eltopia, where Mr. Tweedt has been employed for some time. They left Friday evening for the Palouse, where they expect to remain till after harvest. • Frank Smith left last week for the harvest fields near Oaksdale, Wash. J. H. James representative of the Richland Nursery Co. was taking orders through the valley Thursday and Friday. Miss Martha Williams returned j Sunday from Cheney, Wash.. Miss | Williams has been attending the Cheney Normal for the past year and a half and will rest up now for her work this fall. She will teach the fourth grade in Prosser the coming year. Harry Negus left Sunday for Cliffs where he will fill a position of Section foreman. Mr. Negus has worked on the section here for some time. Quite a number of Horse Heaven ers have finished their heading and have commenced their threshing this week. Ray Bush of Yellepit visited his mother, Mrs. Fred Cresswell, Tues day afternoon. Wm. Spear, depot agent at Hover, attended business in Finley, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Long and Mrs. Tim Farney were Hover visitors Sunday. Floyd Johnson went to Seattle on business Tuesday. \ Geo. E. Finley returned from a business trip to Eastern Oregon Sun day. Mrs. Mabel Hickey or Spokane, came Wednesday to visit with her mother, Mrs. Fred Cresswell. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton arrived Tues day from Portland to take charge of the Goss eighty, formerly owned by Coffin Bros. Glen Gard returned Wednesday evening from a week's visit in White Salmon, Portland, Vancouver and the coast. Qoses Saturday, Aug. 5 Ip'fc ON this, the last day of our Great Transfer Sale, we will piresent several features that will long be remembered. Our great merchandising event in Kennewick has been such an eminent success, not only was the great opening day, Saturday, the biggest and best day's business ever experienced in the history of our store, but the marvelous success that the great sale has attained during eac successive day has demonstrated to us that the people of this vacmity appreciate a GENUINE BARGAIN event. <1 We are well pleased with our business, proud of our splendid Store and are determined to make it bigger and better than ever. L i Watch out for some big surprises soon. We are going to |. 1 fONLY A continue to grow. The new departments will be a hap- Men ss4 and $5 Oxfords . . $1.98 short time now py surprise to you. Saturday, Aug. sth the big sale ~~ ~~ j until school closes with the Bis Alarm Feature. Don't miss this day. An assortment of Ladies. days will be Oxfords and Pumps at . . 3>1.Q3 liere * gwn Big Alarm Feature Sweeping Reductions in Dry Goods All BOyS' Saturday, August sth, the last day ol our big sale, will be a big day. nnirC An alarm clock will be set twenty times during the day. If the alarm goes <| Every rriCC IS 3 BARGAIN PHIIC Clothing off between the time you hand your money to the cashier and your change I 11 has been returned to you, all your money will be returned to you and you will ' C • OS induced in be presented with the article you were buying, absolutely free of charge. IVien S OUItS at REMEMBER—Each article must be purchased separately, and if the Men's Suits at >9.95 the big sale alarm rings while you are waiting for your change, the article you were pur- chasing will be presented to you with the firm s compliments. Straw HatS at . . . Half Price theboyout? A DTP LadieS< HOSe at •• • • Half Pr ' Ce * Big Cleandup in Muslin Underwear I ROYAL BRAND Formerly H. M. ASHBAUQH & COMPANY — HOVER NOTES Mr. Sintorwho has been employed] on the wheat ranch of James Doyle left Sunday for Butte, where he ex-I pects to make his home in the future. | E. E. Toothaker transacted busi- I ness in Kenewick, Saturday. Mrs. G. H. Parr arrived here j Tuesday where she will visit at the | home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mc- j Kenny for a few days. Mrs. Parr has been visiting with friends and rel atives in Nebraska and is now on her way to her home in Aberdeen. L. E. Akron was in town Saturday looking after business interests here. He left later for Priest Rapids. Mr. Purnell of Kennewick, was in town the first of the week on business. Mr. Little of Oregon was in town Monday looking over property here. He was on his way to North Yakima. L. J. Dimick made a business trip to Kennewick Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Landis of Finley visited with friends in Hover Saturday. Mr. Landis was formerly pastor of the First Presbyterian Church here. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Blackman with their son, Willis, left Sunday for Kennewick to have Willis, who has been ill, examined for typhoid fever. Indications of fever were found so he was taken on to Tacoma. Eben and Lee Robinson of the U. S. Str. Umatilla visited with friends in Hover, Saturday. Miss Edna Dimick of the Kenne wick Courier visited with her parents here Tuesday. R. Myers and family of North Yaki ma were in town a few hours the latter part of the week on their way to Walla Walla. John Mills was in Kennewick Mon j day looking after business interests. Miss Laura Hamilton was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lee of Horse Heaven, Sunday. Mr. J. E. Hampton shipped canta loupes from Hover the first of the week. HEDGES M iss Lelia Knautz has returned home and is telling her friends about a pleasant visit in Spokane and Ritz ville where she has been for the past month. TXE XESHSWICS COUBXSK, XSntEWICS, WASH. The second crop of alfalfa is now being cut and the farmers are rejoicing over an unusually heavy yield. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton left the first of the week for Hot Lake, Ore gon, where they will spend a few weeks for the benefit of Mr. Thorn ton's health. Mr. Thornton had been ill for a couple of weeks before having Hedges. Paul Prentis visited friends here this week while on his way home from the summer school at the Washington State College at Pullman. He resides at Tacoma and will spend the remainder of the summer there. Merton Cochran left Sunday for Walla Walla. HIGHLANDS Jesse G. Philson and family moved : last Monday from the Carl Vertrees ranch to the J. E. Vertrees place near Hedges station. One day last week our ditch walker, Mr. King, killed a rattlesnake 3 feet, 2 inches long with 7 rattle?. Mr. and M rs. Clayton Metzger, who came here in the spring, moved back to Montana this week. Oscar Hammer and Harry Silvers have gone to baching and are now comfortably settled in "Bachleors' Hall," where they are "at home" to their many friends. • Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bartlett served their first home grown canta loupes on the breakfast table, Monday. The Missionary Circle of the Con gregational church met with Mrs. Hart, Thursday afternoon and the ladies spent several hours very profita bly in the study of China. The D. A. R. have postponed their meetings until the coming of cooler weather. Miss Kerr of Pittsburg is spending the summer with Mrs. W. B. Wuth and is well pleased with the High lands and the Highlanders. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Phillips of the Highlands have left for Seattle, where they will spend a couple of weeks before going on to Lake Cres ent, in the Olympia mountains, for the summer months. M ss Marcella Gould accompanied Miss Lura Shanafelt to Sunnyside Tuesday, and will be a guest at the home of Miss Shahafelt's uncle, W. H. Shanafelt. Nathan Tahyer is spending ten days on the coast. He will meet Dr Hudson and Mrs. Osborne while there and the three will be members of a mountain climbing expedition up Mt. Ranier. You're Practicing n#gr False Economy jw by Not Sending Your Laundry Work to US IT would be an ideal condition to have ALL your linen washed properly oy clean, healthy people under sanitary conditions, PROPERLY done, ana then returned on time. <1 You would avoid "Blue Monday" with its attendant cold lunches and smell of soapy water, steam, etc. <1 Would you do the following 57-piece wash for any one else for $1.55 and furnish the supplies and labor? Can you get it done by a washwoman for $1.55 or even $2.00? And then HOW would it be done? Your own experience will tell you. You KNOW we can do the work BETTER. Compare the following prices: Ail this work Finished, Ready for Use ' This Work Properly Prepared for Home Ironing 1 Shirt 15 2 pieces Men's Underwear jq n 11 „ A 1 Night Shirt 5 2 Collars 6 1 Night Dress .....I 1 Overshirt 10 i 3 pairs Sox or Stockings 6 0 Sheets 6 ! 10 Handkerchiefs 10 , 1 Wash Dress 10 2 Slips ! 1 Skin .5 7 Towels 14 1 Shirt Waist. 5 „« 1 T 1 a 1 Corset Cover 3 2 Bath Towels 6 x Undervest 2 1 Table Cover 5 Lady's Drawers 5 6 Napkins 6 ; 2 Aprons 4 7 Rags (Tea Towels, etc.) 7 1 Chemise ,_5 80 1 75 57 Picces - - - - - Complete Cost $1.55 Would you save by doing it at home? No! Then when may we call and assist you to be happy by avoiding the drudgery of wash day? STAR PALACE LAUNDRY CO. Kennewick 902 — Phones — Pasco 783 Friday, Au.