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All Sorts and Lots of 'Em
Plain or Sour Sweet Relish
Sweet Mixed Chow-chow
Dill Mince Meat
Phone 1241
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A Letter of Interest to Everybody:
Kennewick, Wash., November 13, 1912
To Our Friends and Customers:
We desire to announce to you that the helping hand has been extended to
us, in that our landlord has reduced our rent to a figure upon which we feel that
we are justified in staying in Kennewick and continuing to do business among you.
We will place our business absolutely on a cash basis which, together with
our decreased operating expenses, will enable us to make a living profit and at the
same time will guarantee our patrons unequaled values on the high class of mer
chandise we handle.
As you all know, we have greatly reduced our stock, but we have at this
time placed large orders with our wholesale houses for goods that will arrive at once
and we shall hope to carry at all times a complete stock in every line.
We desire to thank you all for your past patronage and, soliciting your
future business, we remain,
Yours for the success of Kennewick,
From the Correspondents
Items of Interest concerning our Neighbors up and down the Valley
Dr. Fagot, of Spokane, will occupy
the pulpit Sunday evening Nov. 17,
and will talk in the interests of the
Sunbay School.
Martin Myers and Pauline Krantz
left Saturday for Ritzville, where they
will visit relatives and friends.
E. M. Angell has gone to Phoenix,
B. C., for a short visit with his sister,
Mrs. Harold McCoskrie, and family.
Miss Edith Owens spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Owens.
Miss Owens is teaching in Horse Heaven.
Mrs. E. Knautz and younger children
left Saturday for their new home at
North Powder, Oregon.
The True Blues and Sunbeams held a
business meeting at the Whaley home
last Wednesday evening .They reorgan
ized, combining the two classes, elected
their officers, also their teacher, Miss
Mable Smith. They call themselves,
The Young People's Class. "To Arms!
Plus Ultra's."
Taris Dougherty and family arrived
from Oregon Saturday, and have taken
charge of their new place recently
bought by E. Knautz.
Mrs. Emery Owens had quite a mis
fortune befall her last Saturday.
While opening a jar of fruit, the jar
broke in her hands cutting both hands.
Dr. Davidson was called, seven stitches
had to be taken in one hand, and two
in the other. Mrs. Owens is getting
along nicely.
Ed. Layton, of Horse Heaven, who
has been confined to his room for the
past month with typhoid fever, came
down from Kennewick last Thursday
and is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Landis, of Finley, at
tended the Ladies' Guild at Mrs. T. H.
Dry's last Thursday afternoon.
R. Stanton, of Kennewick, trans
acted business in Hover last Thursday.
F. D. Parker went to Eltopia on bus
iness last Friday, returning Sunday.
Mrs. W. L. Blackman was a Kenne
wick visitor Friday and Saturday.
Miss Winnie Doyle is visiting with
her parents for a few days this week.
H. W. Powell spent Sunday with his
family in Hover.
J. E. Hampton and R. E. Blackman
transacted business in Kennewick Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Walker are the proud
parents of a baby boy born Sunday,
Nov. 10, 1912.
Mrs J. E. Hampton left Tuesday to
attend the Sunday School Convention
at Prosser.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dry visited at
Mottinger between trains Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Willis of Richland and
June Icewanger of Kalispell, Mont.,
were married at the Hotel Pasco last
Monday. They will reside at Kalispell
where Mr. Icewanger has a gentle
men's furnishings business.
Harry Hutton left for Portland last
Wednesday on a pleasure trip.
Mrs. J. Koelsch and Mrs. A. H. Wil
liamson and son Harold left foj* Spo
kane Wednesday to visit relatives and
friends and to take in the apple show.
The Ladies Missionary Society held a
social meeting at the home of Mrs. Lou
Wheelhouse Wednesday.
Miss Edith Nelson took Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Felton in her auto to North Yak
ima where they will visit for some time.
The Ladies' Aid gave a dime social
at the home of Mrs. E. A. Palmeter.
Rev. Schreiber exhibited some curios
from Africa and sang some songs in
the African dialect.
Rev. R. D. Streyfeller arrived Mon
day to hold services in the evangelical
church. There will be a two weeks'
revival meeting beginning Sunday, Nov.
Miss Bauer, of Bozeman, Mont., has
accepted the position in the grade
school made vacant by the resignation
of Miss Myrtle Penn.
R. B. Evans has sold his residence
property to Mr. Miller, of Wheeler,
All persons indebted to us are re
quested to see J. E. Tull or Stanley
Tall at once and settle their ac
counts. Persons having bills against
this firm are also asked to present
them to either of the above for pay
53 The J. E. Tull Co., Inc .
PIANO LESSONS 50 cents, at my home
on the Highlands. Special attention
to beginners. Adults 75 cents. Mad
eline Keller. 53.4
BARNUM SAID the American people
liked to be fooled. People who do not
trade with the Hamilton Supply Co.
are being fooled. They do not claim
to save the people thousands of dollars
every month but guarantee to meet
the prices of any concern in their line
of supplies. 53tf
G. B. STODDARD, optical expert, of
Walla W alia will be here on nis next
regular visit at Hotel Kennewick,
Tuesday, Nov. 19, to examine eyes
and fit glasses. Don't fail to see
him if you are having any trouble
with your eyes or the glasses you
nave, batisfaction guaranteed. 53
Per Sack $ 1.30 Per Bbl. $5.00
Standard Corn per can 10c
Standard Corn per case $2.30
Standard Tomatoes, per can 10c
Standard Tomatoes per case $2.30
The above prices are for CASH
Kennewick Trading Co.
Phone 371 Kennewick, Wash.
Are You Down in the Mouth? -
We are not. We believe in this commun
ity, and are here to stay, County Seat or no
County Seat. You will find us at the same
old stand prepared to take care of your
wants, and extend you all the courtesies
consistent with safe and sound banking
The Bank of Kennewick
Capital $25,000.00
Affiliated with the
Portland Trust Company, of Portland, Ore
Capital $300,000.00

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