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FEBRUARY 28, 1913
i S«ad N#* J-■ Ph / CATALOG[ Copy j j /VO/? k/CHAS. H. OUR TOWNS-PEOPLE SHOULD TRY THIS Anyone who has constipation, sour gtomach or gas on the stomach, should try simple buckthorn bark, glycerine etc M compounded in Adler-i-ka, the German appendicitis remedy. We * found that A SINGLE DOSE relief almost INSTANTLY ud our customers are surprised how QUICKLY it acts. The impure matter In your system seems to be drawn oil ttonce and you feel fresh and clean. Edw. Sheppard, Druggist. Whiskers WANTED HAYDON'S Barber Shop YAKIMA-COLUMBIA ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY CJ Prompt and ac curate work done at lowest prices obtain able. JAS.G.BOYLE, - Mgr. Prosser, - - Wash. PIANOS cannot be moved like cord wood. They are too delicate to have any but the best of handling. We have an Automatic Piano Mover with which we can move in struments with the very least bother and jar. ? The next time you want your instrument moved call us THE KENNEWICK DRAY LINE Phone*ll9l Kennewick. Irrigating Pipes *1 Now is the time to get your flume ® a dy. in a few weeks you will need it. e make metal flumes. They are just a c ents higher than wood but will h„ V i. tlfnes as long and you will not 4* °? thered with leaks all the time. other advantage the metal flume has . f *°° Q is that you can move them t J P' a L ce . just pull them apart, take ere y° u wa nt them, stick them vi£> , . the Y are ready for ser e' no soldering. A " k ' nds °* troughs and tanks made -Anything of Sheet Metal hp°atit' r ruaces - hot water and steam any ltfiJ P nt ® installed. If you have out nf * y° u don't have to send 4 town, we do that kind of work. plumK;? U ''^ er: y° u need a bill of S v e Ca you a mo n ? y ,OUr KENNEWICK sheet METAL WORKS 2n„ „ Wm* Krautwurm, Mgr. ors Efl st of Post Office. simil Cards ' board and room and frr P' acar d s - ready printed, six quarter, at this office. 57-9p In Orchard and Field Happenings of Moment to the Man Behind the Plow BOOSTING BOX APPLES Nashville, Tenn. Feb. 20, 1913. Kennewick Courier, Kennewick, Wash. Gentlemen: The question of getting bigger and better demands for our Wash ington, or any other, apples can never be accomplished by the pres ing system of distributing our fruit. Never ha 3 there been a year when more apples have been used than this year. It's not uncommon to meet a jobber who sells a hundred cars of barrel apples and only a car or two, and perhaps not even a car, of box apples during the year. "Why is this?" you ask. Well, mainly be cause he does not have call for box apples. Would be handle box apples if he had a demand for them? Yes. Now then, we have gotten down to the point, where the western fruit people must cre ate that demand for the jobber. You say, why doesen't the jobber get out and create his own demand, rather than leave it to some one else? The reason is very plain— every one, or nearly everyone, goes along doing the things that offer the least resistence and the handling of barrel fruit is the way of least resistence in the apple business to this eastern and southern trade. Because of the state of affairs the growers and shippers of apples throughout the whole north and west must bring to bear extra effort in exploiting their apples, creating a demand by interesting the con sumer. He's the one to go after, not the broker; you must begin at the bottom and work up. I believe a big mistake is made in putting our cheaper grades of ap ples in territory we wish to build up, because they are not as good as the barrel apple and the trade is quick to note this. All box apples are then judged and condemned by the sample of the cheaper grades they have seen. I have had some very lengthy arguments with deal ers, retailers I refer to here, who had once had some box apples and having an opinion that all box ap ples should be the finest, were very much disappointed in the grade they got and were soured on the box question. So it's a matter, then, of educating the retailer to appreciate and see the difference in grades and to be governed accordingly. Money and energy spent this way is bound to change the face of things in time in our favor. The writer is engaged in this work just now and though it looks like a big job, going at it single handed, very pleasing results are showing. None of the other selling agencies of Washington fruit have recognized the need of this, or if they have, they have done nothing in any way towards educating the trade. Last week I put in several big show window displays of Yakima apples in a city and I the pleasure of having the proprietor tell me that after the first half hour the display was exhibited they began to get orders for box lots, something he had never before had. While this makes lots of work for which one is not seemingly compensated, still the future results cannot help but be gratifying. Next week lam going to write about "Apples that Sell Best, and Why." Yours very truly, Chas. H. Collins, 112 Bth Ave. So. 600 D LIQUID LICE KILLER A good liquid lice killer is made by dissolving in ordinary kero sene all the crude napthaline flakes it will take up. The solution is an excellent disinfectant for use about poultry houses, as well as a lice kil ler. I'sed on the dropping boards and roosts, it will destroy and prevent red mites and will also kill disease germs and seeds of worms and other parasites. THE KENNEWICK COURIER. KENNEWICK,WASHINGTON PORTLAND STOCK MARKET Receipts for the week ending Feb ruary 21 have been: cattle 1601, calves 12, hogs 4286, sheep 4191, horses 70. Cattle trade has been nominally steady, showing little change either way. Packers are not buying any more beef than their immfdiate needs call for, consequently outlet is more or less limited. Two or three cars of $S.OO steers appeared itfthis week's run, but bulk of re ceipts consisted of medium to good j grades, selling $7.25 to $7.60. A fair demand rules for choice cows and heifers at current quotations. Bulls, stags and calves have sold steady to firm throughout. Swine market steady to strong with approximate gains of from 10 to 20 cents during the week. Receipts have been fairly liberal, especially Monday's run which totaled 2500 head. As killers are in the market for pork strong, this big shipment and the normal ones following failed to bear prices and nothing could prevent aviation. Bulk of sales averaged $8.00 to $8.40, with sev eral loads selling at $8.15 and $8.20. Mutton demand just steady for prime ewes and wethers. The lat ter was the only class offering. Yearling stock sold firm at $6.25. Lamb demand has abated somewhat, due to the approaching 1913 season and desirable 1812 lambs with wool on are not being marketed. All the stock on this week's market has been sheared and sold $6.25 to $6.40. SPRAY CALENDAR FOR 1913 The State Agricultural Experi ment Station at Pullman, Washing ton, has just issued Popular Bulle tin No. 52, "The Spray Calendar for 1913," prepared by Professors A. L. Melander and H. B. Hum phrey. This bulletin, like former Spray Calendars, gives in condensed tabu lar form the latest and best reme dies for the insect and fungus pests which infest orchard, garden and farm crops, which have been dis covered at the Experiment Stations or in actual field work. This par ticular "Calendar" is more com plete than any former one and con tains suggested remedies for prac tically every pest which has been found to occur in this state. Directions are given, not only for the method of applying the spray materials or other remedial meas ures, but also for the preparation of the more common of the washes op solutions which are used for spray ing purposes. Copies of the bulletin may be ob tained free by writing to the Ex periment Station, Pullman, Wash. ADVERTISED LETTERS Clark, Frank Foster, C. M. Malone, P. Morrison, L. E. Picolo, Corlo Pinson, Mrs. Frank Rawn, Mrs. Paul L. Walden, Walter CARDS Carlson, A. D. Causes Much Disease Advice about Stomach Troubles and how to relieve them. Don't neglect indigestion, for it may lead to all sorts of ills and corn* plications. An eminent physician once said that ninety-five per cent of all ills have their origin in a dis* ordered stomach. Our experience with Rexall Dys pepsia Tablets leads us to believe them to be one of the most dependable remedies known for indigestion and chronio dyspepsia. Their ingredi ents are soothing to the inflamed membranes of the stomach. Rich in Pepsin and Bismuth, two of the greatest digestive aids known to medicine, the relief they afford is very prompt. Used persistently and regularly for a short time, they tend to relieve pains caused by stomach disorders. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets help Insure healthy appetite, aid diges tion, and promote nutrition. As evidence of our faith in them, we ask you to try them at our risk. If they do not give entire satisfaction, we will return the money you paid us without question or formality. Three sixes, 25 cents, 50 cents and fl.oo. You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablet* (b community only at our store: VIBBER & GIFFORD Kennewick fecgg Star, There is a Rerall Store in nearly erery town and city in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. There is a different Recall Remedy for nearly erery ordinary human 111— each especially designed for the particular 01 for which it is recommended. The B—II StorM Amerioe'e G>»at«»> Drue Stone LEGAL PUBLICATIONS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 01833 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at North Yakima. Wash., February 7, 1913. Notice is hereby given that Alvah J. Dennis, of Kiona, Washington, who, on April 11, 1906, made homestead entry No. 5111, now serial No. 01833, for SE%, Section 2, Township 7 N., Range 27 E. W. M., has filed notice of intention to make final five-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Guy H. Pearl, U. S. Commis sioner, at his office at Prosser, Wash., on the 22nd day of March, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Hans Smith, Arthur Dimmick and William C. Potter, all of Kiona, Wash., and Joseph Battig, of Horse Heaven, Wash. Not Coal Land Harry Y. Saint, 2:14—3:21. Register. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for Benton County. Isaac H. Darling and Janet Darling, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs Charles F. Lott and Minnie M. Lott, his wife, William Hayes, James P. Cawthorne, Kennewick Fruit & Pro duce Company, a corporation, Richland Nursery Company, a corporation, First National Bank of North Yakima, a cor poration and the Cascade Lumber Com pany, a corporation, Defendants. State of Washington to the said Charles F. Lott and Minnie M. Lott, his wife, William Hayes, James P. Caw thorne, Kennewick Fiuit & Produce Company, a corporation, Richland Nur sery Company, a corporation, First National Bank of North Yakima, a cor poration, and the Cascade Lumber Com pany, a corporation, Defendants: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within sixty days after the 14th day of February, 1913, and defend the above entitled action in the above named court and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned at torneys for plaintiffs at their office below stated, and in case of your fail ure so to do, judgment will be ren dered against you according to the de mand of the complaint which is now on file with the clerk of said court. The object of said action is the forclosure of a certain real estate mortgage de scribed in plaintiffs' complaint for the sum of Six Hundred Thirty-Four and 02-100 ($634.02) Dollars with the in terest thereon and costs of action, in cluding attorneys' fees upon certain real estate in Benton County, Wash ington, owned by defendants, Charles F. Lott and Minnie M. Cott, his wife. For a further and more definite state ment of said cause of action reference is made to the said complaint of plain tiffs which is now on file in the office of the clerk of said above named court aforesaid. Lockerby & Kolb, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Office and postoffice address, Kenne wick, Benton County, Washington. First publication February 14th, 1913. 2:14—3:21 SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the Justice Court of Kennewick Precinct, Benton County, Washington, before C. Staser, Esq., Justice of the Peace. H. A. Howe, Plaintiff, vs Mrs. F. M. Cohen, first full and true name unknown, Defendant To Mrs. F. M. Cohen, first full and true name unknown, Defendant:— In the name of the said State of Washington, you are hereby notified that H. A. Howe has filed a complaint against you in said above entitled court, which will come on to be heard at my office in the City of Kenne wick, Benton County, Washington, on Friday, the 19th day of March, 1913 at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the fore noon of said day and unless you appear and then and there answer, the same will be taken as confessed and the de mand of the plaintiff granted. The ob ject and demand of said plaintiff is to recover from you the sum of Eleven and 40-100 ($11.40) Dollars with interest thereon at the of 6 percent per annum from the 28th day of February, l£tLo, for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered to you and for costs of this action. Complaint filed January 10th, 1913. C. Staser, Justice of the Peace. 2:14-2:28 SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Benton County. Horace L. Nichols, Plaintiff, vs A. W. Downer and Jane Doe Downer, his wife, whose true Christian name is to plaintiff unknown, and unknown heirs of A. W. Downer and Jane Doe Downer, his wife, and all other persons or parties unknown, claiming any interest in the real estate herein described. Defend ants. State of Washington ) County of Benton S The State of Washington to the said A. W. Downer and Jane Doe Downer, his wife, whose true Christian name is to plaintiff unknown, and the unknown heirs of A. W. Downer and Jane Doe Downer, his wife, and all other per sons or parties unknown, claiming any interest in the real estate herein de scribed: You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publica tion of this summons to-wit: within sixty days after the 7th day of Febru ary, 1913, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his office beiow stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of complaint which has been filed in said Court. The object of this action is to secure the cancelation of a contract and to quiet the title to the following described real estate in Benton County, Washington, to-wit: the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 23, Township 8 North, Range 30, E. W. M. C. L. Holcomb, Plaintiff's Attorney. P. O. address: Kennewick, County of Benton, Washington. 2-7—3-21 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Serial 03726 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at North Yakima, Wash., February 5, 1913. Notice is hereby given that Thomas Mcßeynolds, of Kiona, Washington, who, on January 27, 1910, made home stead entry No. 03726, for S)£ NE% and SEJ£ and Lot 2 (147.19 acres), Section 2, Township 8 N., Range 27 E. W. Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make final three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Guy H. Pearl, U. S. Commissioner, at his office at Prosser, Washington, on the sth day of April, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Leon ard C. Rolph, Hiram D. Kennett, Arthur R. Dimmick and Hiram R. Pugh, all of Kiona, Washington. Harry Y. Saint, Not coal land. Register. 2:7—3:14 SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for Benton County. H. R. Vibber, Plaintiff, vs Columbia White Bluffs Irrigated Or chards, a corporation, William Schoe namsgruber and Mrs. William Shoe namsgruber, his wife, defendants. The State of Washington: To Colum bia White Bluffs Irrigated Orchards, a Washington corporation; William Schoe namsgruber and Mrs. William Schoe namsgruber, his wife: Greeting. You and each of you are hereby sum moned and required to appear within sixty days after date of first publica tion of this summons, to-wit: within sixty days after the 7th day of Febru ary. 1913, and defend the above en titled action in the above entitled conrt, and answer the complaint of the plain tiff, and serve a copy of vour answer upon the undersigned attorney for plain tiff, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. That the object of said action is to recover judgment against you and each of you for the sum of Three Hun dred and Seventy-five Dollars, and in terest thereupon at the rate of seven per cent per annum from August Ist, 1911, and the forclosure of a real estate mortgage securing said indebtedness covering the property described in the complaint in said action on file with the clerk of said court. Hal. H. Cole, Attorney for said plaintiff. . P. O. address, Kennewick, Benton County, Washington. 2:7—3:21 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Cause No. 1430. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Benton County. The Benton Water Company, a cor poration, Plainiff, vs. Albert C. Carlson and Carlson, his wife; and A. Melinder and Melinder, his wife, Defendants. Under and by virtue of an execution under foreclosure issued out of and under the Seal of the above entitled Court, holding terms at Prosser, in and for said county, on the first day of Feb ruary, A. D., 1913, upon a judgment rendered in said Court on the 31st day of January, A. D., 1913, in favor of The Benton Water Company, a corpor ation, and against the above named de fendants, for the sum of $833.50 (Eight Hundred Thirty-three & 50-100 dollars,) together with attorney's fees, interest, costs and increased costs, and to me directed and delivered, commanding me to sell the following described property situate, lying and being in Benton County, State of Washington, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, attorney's fees, interest, costs and increased costs, to wit:— The Southeast quarter of the North east quarter of the Northwest quarter, of Section 23, Township 9, North, of Range 28, E. W. M. PAGE SEVEN Now, Therefore, Notice is hereby given. That on Saturday, the Bth day of March, A. D., 1913, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, I will sell the above described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, attorney's fees, in terest, costs and increased costs, in a'l amounting to the sum of $957.15 (Nine hundred fifty-seven & 15-100 dollars,) together with accruing interest and cost of saie. Said sale will take place at the front door of the court house at Prosser in said county and state, and will be at public auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder. Dated at Prosser, Wash., this 4th day of February, A. D., 1913. W. B. Mahan, Sheriff, By Hugh Forsyth, Deputy 2:7—3:7. PROFESSIONAL CARDS C. L. HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Bank of Kennewick Notary Public Practice in all State and United States Courts Kennewick, Wash. HAL H. COLE Lawyer Office in old National Bank Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C. STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kennewick, Wash. Lockerby & Kolb ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Offices in Bank of Kennewick Building Moulton & Henderson Lawyers Offices over First National Bank F. M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty Office in Bank of Kennewick Bld'g, Phone 691 L N. MUELLER Licensed Embalmer and Undertaker LICENSE NO. 113 Calls answered day or night- -Office in King Block Office 321 Res. 1061 Dr. D. $. Brogunier DENTIST Office over International Bank Phone 631 Kennewick, - Wash. DR. L. Q. SPAULDING Physician and Surgeon OFFICES: EMIGH-HOWE BLD'G Ret. Phone 122 Office Phone 121 KENNEWICK Dr. B. L. COLE DENTIST Office in the Emigh-Howe Building Phone 531 Kennewick, Wash. FRATERNAL ORDERS KENNEWICK LODGE F.&A.M. Meets first and third Wednesdays in every month. Ed Angell , W. M. F. A. Kadow, Sec'y. ORDER EASTERN STAR The 0. E. S. meets the second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each month, f Visiting members always welcome. Mrs. F. L. Watson, W. M. Mrs. T. J.Wright,, Secy. KENNEWICK LODGE NO. 150 KNIGHTS of w JfflaiJ — Meets Monday evenings. Visiting brothers invited. J " K. of R W & S.