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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 March 1903

COLUMBIA VOL. 11. NO. 1. Lots $200. Residence Lots f 100. | Hover s | | Villa Tracts J jl ADJOINS CITY OF KENNEWICK. 9! The Choicest Residence and "Gardening section of the Valley. Kl A p r i ce Cleared. Plowed, Planted and Including perpetual water right | $100 per acre. | J*! INSTALLMENT TERMS TO BUILDERS ... • 9 [Ma ... SNAPS IN FARlfo AND CITY PROPERTY, fl | | sKenewick Land Co.& Section Good Horse Heaven Land, $2.50 Per Acre. ROBERT GERRY FRONT STREET. •Has just received an elegant line of Spring Dry Goods ? Gents' Furnishing Goods which are offered at astonishingly low prices. Our stock of SHOES is" the most complete ever seen in this city. We will save you money. -^KENEWICK. WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget T<3 CALL AT ' THE STORE OF * J. Johnson AND-' Fullerton «nd look over a t LARGE NEW BTOCK Spring Dry Goods and Underwear KENEWICK ' ■ I J _i .... KENEWICK, WASHINGTON a FRIDAY, MARCH 27; 1903. TELEGRAPH NEWS SUMMARY CULLED FROM ABBOCIATED PREBB DIBPATCHEB. i A Rev...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 March 1903

\ Good morrow. iW* are you the father of, Santos-Duuiont Is now I .iig j n a divorce case. Perhaps the I thinks he Jo too flr • ' : The government ttl'ght l>e able to ■Ink a good d'iil of money, judging from the sub'np.vine-boat scandal. Tbtf German Bmpress Is now having ■ter dresses made in Paris. This looks like a bad slap at the "Made-ln-Ger many" tag. A woman with, a new dress that is becoming isn't satisfied until the man she likes best or the woman she' likes least has seen it. Love potions have figured in a New York divorce case. Every now and then the dark ages show slgus ot lin gering animation. Somebody has been forging J. Pier pont Morgan's name to checks and get ting money on them. This is not only criminal but sacrilegious. The worst tiling that l)r. lOliot and Dr. Shrady have done Is to let loose a horde of irresponsible, meddlesome and highly imaginative statisticians. Over in Russia a large number of writers have demanded the abolition of the press censor. Let us ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 March 1903

Watch Repairing. ,«ave your WATCHES at the store 4 Fullerton f or FIRST CLASS REPAIRS at reasonable prices s „d work guaranteed. JULIUS JACOT, Stark Nurseries Wholesale and Retail. i\ c. HOADLEY, Agent. KENNEWICK, WASH. Harness Shop.— c. H. BARRETT Is located on Washington Street, opposite Er ley's Store, with a Stock of Har ness. HARNESS MADE TO ORDER. all kinds of repair work. CALL AND SEE ME. TREES I have still on hand tor Spring De livery several thousand Treeß, Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries and Peaches, W ell as Ornamental Stock. J Re place all Trees that Do Not Live, barring ravages of Pest. Trees are all first-class. Pruning and Grafting done In short order. • Speak Quick, before they are gone. PAUL G. KRUGER, North Yakima, Washington. Piosser Stale Bant Capital, $25,000. J. D. Basset President J. E. Prouty.. .Vice President F. H. Gloyd Cashier Ample Facilities for Handling any Business intrusted to our Care. LAND BCRIP FOR SALE. I Prosser, - - - - Wash. ] MILLER & SONS,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 March 1903

Shetolumtia Courier C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday at Kenne-j wick, Washington TERMS OB' SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - 51.50 Six Months - .75 Three Months .50 Advertising Rates Made Kuowu Upon Application The Columbia Courier la entered as second class matter at the postoffice in Kennbwick, Wash. With this issue the Courikr is one year old and is celebrating its first birthday by appearing in a new and enlarged form. The Courier, while still an infant, is a husky youngster fairly well equip ped to fight the battle of existence. May Kennewick grow and contin ue its liberal support so that year by year we can enlarge the paper j and plant and likewise celebrate; each and every succeeding birtli- i day. I A petition was circulated a mong the business people and pa trons of the post office here asking the post office department to issue an order for removal of the post office to its new quarters which have been completed for some time. The present quarters are ina...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 March 1903

kennS 1 9 /at CJer- A /"« is quite sick at The La- : , building a res- addition. JL € has just complet es garden tract. •jook over our new stock of ig siloes. They will please you. y "" *R. Gerry. J. P. Strickler, of Waitsburg, who owns Horse Heaven land, town this week. Straw hats, crash hats; hel mets and summer hats for every body at Johnson Fullerton. Arie Hover, tlie music dealer, of North Yakima, visited his mother and brother a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Emigh went to Spokane Tuesday, and will remain for some in that city before returning. John Carlin of Grass Valley, Oregon, has been looking over his land intesests in the Horse Heaven country of late. J. W. McGec,a real estate man from Walla Walla, dropped down Wednesday to investigate the progress of Kennewick. Cosgrove & Hanson sold to C. M. Hendrickson a ten acre tract in section seven and three choice lots in Kennewick town site. Lee Brookins is rebuilding, and remodeling the buHdiug west of the Kennewick...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 March 1903

...FOR SALE... Two brake work horses, 4 and 7 jmn of age. Weight. 1300 and 1400. Call at I_LOYD'S STABLES. Oregon Nursery Company. The Jargost and most complete Nura«T 4ii the west. Nurseries—Salem. Oregon, and Nortt Yakima. Washington. Write to F. K. SPALDING, Sunn/side, Wash. For Catalogue. 49 STRAY HORSES. Came ta «ny inclosure in December, two mares, described as follows: One fear, about 12 years old, brand ed G oa right shoulder. One bar mare about 10 years old, branded A 1 on left shoulder. Owner will call and pay charges, or same wMI be sold according to law. FRBD CREBWELL, Watlata or Kennewick, Wash. » Dentistry in Kenewick. DR. WILBUR N. PINTLER, an ex uriaawi graduate dentipt, will Here- Bfter «ake monthly visits to this place. ♦♦ •Dressmaking 1 aai prepared to do fashionable dieaamafciag, and all kinds of sewing. Also hare; samples of suitings, walst tags. etc., and can order direct for « k MRS. D. TRIBE. '80 ACRES... 8$ acres, desert entry relinquish- K } meat or assignm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 March 1903

KENNEWICK The California of the Northwest You are going west, and the ques tion is, "Where to stop." Let us give you a few reasons why Kennewick, Washington, under the new irrigation system of the Northern Pacific Irri gation Company affords the best op portunities for a family seeking a new home or a capitalist seeking an in vestment. FIRST. —Kennewick lies in tlie cen ter of a district comprising 14,000 acres of land, now being put under the most modern and complete system of irrigation that is possible by the com bination ol experience and capital. SECOND. —Its location gives it un surpassed markets for its products, be ing midway between Spokane and Se attle on tne line of the Northern Pa cific Railway. ~ THIRD. —Kennewick lands are fat cheaper than any similar lands can oe uought. for the reason that the Irri gation Company is closely allied with the Northern Pacific Railway, and has had in view the upbuilding of a pros perous community on its line, and has therefore given the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 March 1903

'"man's Medicine. So says Mrs. Josie Irwin, of 125 So. College St, Nashville, Tenn., of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Never in the history of medicine haa the demand for one particular remedy for female diseases equalled that at tained by Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and never dunnr the lifetime of this wonderful medicine has the demand for it been ao great aa it is to-day. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, ■nd throughout the length and breadth of this great continent come the glad tidings of woman's Bufferings relieved by it, and thousands upon thousands of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that it will and posi tively does cure the worst forms of female oomplainta. Mrs. Pinkham invites all wo men who are puzzled about their health to write her at Lynn* Mam., for advice. Sucli corr©« apoiidence if) seen by women only, and no charge Is made. (RUNNING FOR CbVEfel * WW AND KM YOU MY IH lIIWHIHT WEATK* Fattens QUICK! Cattle and Hon for market. Bhortena...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

COLUMBIA COURIER (VOL- II- NO - 2 * Lriefis Lotn $200. ' Residence Lots lover's Villa Tracts Adjoins City of Kennewick. The Choicest Residence and Gardening section of the Valley. rice! Cleared, Plowed, Planted and Including perpetual water right $125 per Acre. INSTALLMENT TEEMS TO BUILDERS . . . . . . SNAPS IN FARM AND CITY PROPERTY fine tract of 100 acres, close to city, cleared ami plowed and ready for farming. ($76 per acre. Will divide in any size desired. Very easy terms. | Kennewick Land Co. Section Good Horse Heaven Land, $2.50 Per Acre. ROBERT GERRY FRONT STREET. fjust received an elegant line of Spring Dry Goods Indies' and Gents' Furnishing Us, oh are offered at astonishingly low prices. stock of SHOES is the most complete ever seen in this city. We will save you money. WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget TO CALL AT THE BTORE OF Johnson AND— 1 - Fullerton «nd look over a LARGE NEW STOCK Spring Dry Goods and Underwear KENNEWICK KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1903 I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

...FOR SALE... Two broki» work horses, 4 and 7 years of ago. Weight, 1300 and 1400. Call at LLOYD S STABLES. Oregon Nursery Company. The largest and most complete Nursery In the west. Nurseries—Salem, Oregon, and North Yakima, Washington. Write to F. K. SPALDING, Bunnyslde, Wash. For Catalogue. 49 STRAY HORSES. Came to- my inclosure in December, two maitaa, described as follows: One bay, about 12 years old, brand ed G on right shoulder. One bay mare about 10 years old. branded A.l on left shoulder. Owner will call and pay charges, or same will be sold according to law. FRBD CRESWELL, Watlwla or Kennewick, Wash. » Dentistry in Kennewick. DR. WILBUR N. PINTLER, an ex perienced graduate dentißt, will here after make monthly visits to this place. ...Dressmaking 1 am . prepared to do fashionable dressmaking, and all kinds of sewing. Albo have samples of suitings, waist ings, etc., and can order direct for patroaa. MRS. D. TRIBE. 80 ACRES... 84 acres, desert entry relinquish ment or assig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

TOILERS OF the COLUMBIA JE By Paul De Laney Author of "Lord of the Desert," "Oregon Sketches," » and other "aclftc Coast Stories kcß| CHAPTER XXIII. Ringwold and Seadog. "Where is Hazel, wife?" "She has gone to the ball." "Did Captain Budlong go?" "Yes, he went with our Hazel." "It is good. They would make a fine match, wife. I would like to see Hazel marry well. 1 would dislike to have ner marry a common fisherman. | Wife, lam not feeling well tonight. I. fear that the voung militia surgeon does not know the truth. I believe that blood poisoning is setting in." Tims spoke old Seadog to hie wife. Strong as was the constitution of the powerful man it had begun to yield and he was first to detect it. His blood burned in its channels. A weakening, nervous sensation took pos-1 session of him. At times he could not distinguish the real from the imagin ary. Seadog was a very sick man. Several times that night he had sunk into spasmodic slumber. He could hear the dashing of the waves, the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

We are Headquarters for Furniture $40.00. SUM.' >AKI>S .V,n M v- Invite You to Qall ai?d D^part/r^pt ■ ROLL TOP DESKS BHD ROOM SX'ITS $12.00 up. I i °/J 1 HOUSE FURNITURE Is Bigger tlian ever. DINING CHAIRS from 65c. to $3.00 KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. ** . PI. A. BIER, Manager. Columbia Courier WILL J. SHAUGHNESSY BDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.5(1 Six Months .... .75 Three Months .60 Another year is past and goiie, marked 011 the book of time. Time has sped us onward and a new year has been ushered in. The new year lias its hopes and its promises, and the pleasures, disappointments, and sorrows of the old linger within the recesses of our memories, but these are overshadowed by the hopes aud promises of the future. The past year has been one of un precedented prosperity for Kenne wick and vicinity. And the pros pects for the new year are still greater than the one that is gone, j Those who have witnessed the im provements of 1904, can in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

We are Headquarters for Furniture ' SIIH 1 ■ 11 i:' ' 1 ' 1 to Jw.O') 5^. 75 to SSio.oo DRESSERS irom $8.00 to >>40.00. ' —- . U/ ? You to Qall ai?d J 1 ?' 3 D?part/W^ fe ROLL TOP DESKS BHD ROOM SUITS 5i2.00 up. I|-J | I II OUR LINK OF J 1 J HOUSE FURNITURE ■ I« Bigger tlian ever, DINING CHAIRS from 65c. to $3.00 KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. >* H- A. EJIER, Manager. Columbia Courier WILL J. SHAUGHNESSY j HDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Mouths - .75 Three Months .50 Another year is past and gone, marked on the book of time. Time has sped us onward and a new year has been ushered in. The new year has its hopes and its promises, and the pleasures, disappointments, and sorrows of the old linger within the recesses of our memories, but these are overshadowed by the hopes and promises of the future. The past year has been one of un- j precedented prosperity for Kenne- j wick and vicinity. And the pros pects for the new year are still great...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

THE LOCAL FIELD rnOM SATURDAY S DAILV L. A. Jaruagin and family moved to their fruit farm in Section Seven yes terday. A. H. Jarnagln and family now oc- i cupy their new residence in Beach's addition. J. J. Edwards, of Spokane, is here' todayconferlnft with our land agents wjth a view to becoming a citizen of the valley. J. N. and George Scott will leave to night for North Yakima where they will attend the family reunion under I the parental roof. Phil Bier, who has been confined to his room for the past week with tlu* mumps expectr to be able to attend to business by Monday. Messrs. Carpenter and Drurv, two prominent Spokane gentlemen who j own land northwest of town' are mak ing arrangements to improve their I land. (). F. Schraeder says he is going to ! keep up with his neighbors in making the upper end of the valley the garden I spot of the district, and bus started in I to improve his land. J.C.Stacy and F.J. Dulilnger, of Spokane, are in the city getting tilings j in shape to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

THE iAM AL i'lELl) mow SATURDAY S DAILY. 1,. A. Jar n agin anil family moved to their l'ruit farm in Sectiou Seven yes terday. A. H. Jarnagin and family now oc cupy their new residence in Beach's addition. J. J. Edwards, <>f Spokane, is here today confering with our land agents wjth a view to becoming a citizen of the valley. J. N. and George Scott will leave to night for North Yakima where they will attend the family reunion under the parental roof. Phil Bier, who has been confined to his loom for the pant week with the mumps expectr to he able to attend to business by Monday. Messrs. Carpenter and Drurv, two prominent Spokane gentlemen who own land northwest of town are mak- \ ing arrangements to improve their land. (). F. Schraeder says he is going to ' keep up with his neighbors in making the upper end of the valley the garden I spot of the district, and bus started in ! to improve his laud. J.C.Stacy and F.J. Pullinger, of Spokane, are in the city getting tilings j in sha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

Port Arthur •Falls, j Port Arthur has surrender**!. Ex hausted by the months of almost con stant fighting, decimated by disease and casualties and hopelessly sealed in its rocky fortress, the gallant garrison has yielded to its gallant beseigers and the end iB now written of one of the j most dramatic war incidents of modern times. ! At S) o'clook Sunday ni«ht General Nogi, commaudnig the Japanese army of invasion, received from the Russian general, Stoessel, a note saying that he found resistance useless and asking for a meeting to arrange terms of capitu lation. The note was simple and direct and the Japanese general immediately named commissioners to confer with representatives of the Russian com mander. They met at noon Monday to arrange the conditions of surrender. The nature of the terms agreed upon is not yet known, but dispatches from Tokio indicate that they will be of the most maguauimons character. The emperor of Japan himself, through the chief of staff, has given buplio...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

Watch Repairing. your WATCHES at the store oI Johnson 4 Fullerton for FIRST CLASS REPAIRS at reasonable prices and work guaranteed. JULIUS JACOT, Stark Nurseries Wholesale and Retail. C. HOADLEY, Agent. KENNEWICK, WASH. Harness 5h0p...... C. H. BARRETT is located on Washington Street, opposite Er ley's Store, with a Stock of Har ness. HARNESS MADE TO ORDER. >LL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK. CALL AND SEE ME. TREES I have still on hand for Spring De livery several thousand Trees, Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries and Peaches, as well as Ornamental Stock. I Re place all Trees that Do Not Live, barring ravages of Pest. Trees are all first-class. Pruning and Grafting dbne in short order. Speak Quick, before they are gone. PAUL G. KRUGER, North Yakima, Washington. | Prasser State Bant Capital, $25,000. J. D. Basset President J. E. Prouty... Vice President F. H. Gloyd Cashier / Ample Facilities for Handling aqy * Business intrusted to our Care. LAND SCRIP FOR SALE. Prosser, - , - - - Wash. MILLED ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 April 1903

She Has Slept for 28 Days. Salt Lake. Utah, March 30.—Phy sicians of this city, more particularly those attached to the staff of the Holy Cross hospital, are at a loss to ac count for the condition of Miss Bessie Kneit, 22 years of age, who for the past 28 days has been asleep. During that time the young lady has not spoken a word nor had, to all appear ances. a waking moment. After the first week of her long slumber she was taken from the home of her par ents in this city and removed to the hospital, where, despite numerous ef forts on the part of physicians to arouse her, her condition remains un changed. She lies with closed eyes, breathing naturally, day after day and night af ter night. At long intervals she raises her eyelids a little, but never opens them. When tapped on the forehead she is seemingly annoyed, but gives no other evidence of consciousness. She is fed at suitable intervals with liquid food, which she swallows outo matically when it is poured down her throat, but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 10 April 1903

COLUMBIA §sss2isfifl COURIER. VOL. 11. NO. 3. Bffltacw I.OtH $201). Riwidonre r.i.t» f Mil. Hover's Villa Tracts Adjoins City of Kennewick. The Choicest Residence and Gardening section of the Valley. Price, Cleared, Plowed, Planted and Including perpetual water right $125 per Acre. installment terms to builders . . . . SNAPS IN FARM AND CITY PROPERTY. A fine tract of 100 acres, close to city, cleared and plowed and ready for farming. | |75 per acre. Will divide in any size desired. Very easy terms. Kennewick Land Co. Section Good Horse Heaven Land, $3.50 Per Acre. ROBERT OERRY FRONT STREET. Has just received an elegant line of Spring Dry Goods Ladies' end Gents' Furnishing Us, which are offered at astonishingly low prices. Our stock of SHOES is the most complete ever seen in this city. We will save you money. WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget TO CALL AT THE STORE OF Johnson AND - Fullerton •nd look over a large new stock Spring Dry Goods and Underwear..... KENNEWICK KENNEWICK, WASH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 10 April 1903

IB OF I HIES! SNOW RETARDS ACTIVE WORK IN 80ME PLACES. Items of Interest of a Miscellaneous Nature Gathered During the Past i Week —New Districts Brought to I the Front—Many Mining Accidents! and Personals. Relocation Void When Party Has Rammed Annual Labor: The failuro to perform the annual labor on a min ing claim does not reader it open to re location made after the owners have resumed work. Annual work can b-3 performed on one mining location for the benefit of several, when there is a community of interest in all the 10-, cations, which brings it within the provisions of the laws of the United States, as expressed In the Revised Statutes of the United States, section 2324.—Little Dorrit Coal Co. vs. Arap ahoe Coal Mining Co* Sup. Ct Col. 71 Pac. Rep. 389. BRITISH COLUMBIA. Some 360 men are now on the pay roll at the Granby mines, the largest number probably since the first coal miners' strike of last May. The White Bear mine at Rossland will start shipping at an early date, or ...

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