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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 July 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD "FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. c. Conway has painted liis residence H. E. Cover went to Tacoma last night on business. H. C. Miteham is having his office nicely papered and painted. Miss Sade •Schmallhausen left this ■week for her home at Missoula. Mont. F. L. Watson and family are heie and getting settled in the Conway house near the river. Margaret Roseman was taken to Walla Walla this morning for treat ment in the hospital there. S. G, Ward manager of the Cascade Lumber Co, is taking his annual two weeks' vacation. He left for the fair last night. A. F. Attlor, an N. P. engineer, was here making surveys and soundings to determine the best place to locate the ■boat landing. R. A. Taylor of Pasco, who is getting ready to start the threshing season with his new outfit is buying supplies in town today. Mrs. Jessie Burgenandsf-n of Ephra ta, are visiting with Mrs. B. Rosen crantz. Mrs Burgen is Mrs. Rosen •crantz's sister. George Armstrong of Walla Walla Is doing the mason wo...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 July 1905

TDECZARAND KAISER THEY BOLD TWO CONfERN'CES ON IMPERIAL YACHT. In Gulf of Finland —Has Caused a Great Sensation in St. Petersburg— Unpleasant Results Expected From France —They Have Furnished Their War Money. St. Petersburg, July 25. —The meet ing between the czar and kaiser, which took place on the imperial yacht Hohenzollern in tue gulf of Finland, has caused even more of a sensation here than did the news that Russia had consented to consider President Roosevelt's peace offers. Incidentally there are grave feelings that this ac tion on the part of the czar will be followed by unpleasant results in France, which is not likely to approve of the head of the Russian nation conferring with her ancient enemy. Inasmuch as French bankers have fur nished the sinews of war in the past, this phase of the situation is con sidered, to say the least, very unfor tunate by leading Russian politicians. There is an absolute dearth of offi cial information regading the meet ing between the two rule...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 July 1905

BURIED LASTSUNDAY VICTIMS OF WARSHIP BENNING TON EXPLOSION AT REST. Forty-Seven of Them Laid in a Com mon Grave in Military Burying Grounds at San Diego, Cal.—Af-my and Navy Tributes—City in Deep Mourning—No Band of Music. San Diego, July 24. —They buried Bennington's dead today—47 of them —in a common grave. On the crest of the promontory of Loma, high above the shimmering waters of San Diego bay on the one side, and within sound of the booming surf of the Pacific on the other, they were laid to rest in the peaceful little military burying ground. Without the crash of drum or the sound of brass, without pomp or parade, yet with simple impressive ness all honor was paid the nation's dead. They have honored dead to keep them company, these brave boys of the Bennington. All about them lie those who died in the nation's service in more trying times. Gravestones, yellow with age, bear the names of the men who died at M<Jnterey, in the ' Mexican war; others who gave up their life in t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 July 1905

i A Big Clean-Up }l * As we are going to close out all our F 7 urni = »< ture and hardware, we will s< II for the £ j" next thirty days, for cash, the following: < > Barbed wire $3.25 per ioolb. $5.00 rocking chair for £4.00 * isss ranges $4° 403" " " 3-°° S " 28 300 " " " 2.00 $ 20 stoves 16 1.75 parlor chair 1.30 S j 2 " 9 8.00 office " 6.00 \ 8 " 6 5.00 " " 4.00 t £ 6 " $4.50 15.00 trunks 12.00 5 | 10 iron bedsteads 8.00 12.00 " 9.00 ( g 8 " " 6.00 9.00 " 7.00 7 | 6 " " 4.50 7-oo " 5.00 j ! Wooden beds from $2 to 3.50 5.00 " 4.00 < Clocks way down 4-°° " 3- 2 5 < Wewill sell $12 Dressers for $10 and $7 Dressers for $5 each £ | $160 Safe for $120, brand new. j ! 20 per cent off on Sißk Handkerchiefs. < I WE WILL GIVE AWAY < t) ;S )s < With every $75 cash purchase of above named goods, $12 silk shawl S >) On a $50 purchase three silk scarfs worth $4-5°- > | On a $35 purchase six silk handkerchiefs worth $3. 5 I On a $25 purchase three silk handkerch...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 August 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO 12 Tied Up. All union telegraphers of the Oreat Northern and Northern Pa cific railways went out on a strike yesterday afternoon and evening. The men were ordered out Pres. Perham of the O. R. T. The dif ferences have been the subject of negotiations since May and it is to be expected that both sides are set for the struggle. The operators demanded the reinstatement of 3 men discharged by the company "for cause" which was unqualified ly refused by the roads. Other demands of the men are for increase wages, shorter hours and extra pay for overtime and Sunday. The railroad are reported to be sucur ing outside operators as rapidly as possible. On the other hand the men have selected a most oppor tune time 011 account of heavy pas senger traffic to the Fair and heavy freight traffic in moving the wheat crop. Incidentally the innocent third patty —the public—is getting it in the neck just as hatd as usual. Times like these make converts to govenment owne...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 August 1905

Tbe Special Correspondent CHAPTER XlV.—(Continued.) As soon as the train pulls up. a dozen travelers, of whom I am one, get out on to the track. By the light of the lantern It is easy to see that the breakage is not due to malevolence. But it is none the less true that the two last vans, the mortuary van and the rear van occupied by the goods guard, are missing. How far are they? Nobody knows. You should have heard the shouts of the Persian guards engaged in escorting the remains of Yen Lou, for which they were responsible! The travelers in their van, like themselves, had not noticed when the coupling broke. It might be an hour, two hours, since the accident. What ought to be done was clear enough. The train must be run back ward and pick lip the lost vans. Nothing could be more simple. But— and this surprised me—the behavior of my lord Faruskiar seemed very strange. He insisted in the most pressing manner that not a moment should be lost. lie spoke to Popof, to the driver, to the 6...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 August 1905

RESCUING CHINESE SLAVES. Slavery In the United States still ex ■ Ists In a most loathsome form lr San Francisco, says Everybody's Magazine. The reference is to the servitude of Chinese women in the notorious "Chi natown" of that city. For many years a determined war has been waged upon it by the Presbyterian Chinese Mission of the city, but although much diminished it still persists. Much of the work during the last ten years has been done under the per sonal direction of Miss Donaldine Cam eron, a young woman of Scottish de scent who attributes her success in "raiding" Chinese dens to an Inheri tance of her "Hieland" forefathers' ap titude for cattle-raiding. Time and again she has taken her life in her hands and plunged boldly Into the dens In search of some slave girl who had went word that she wished to be free— for slavery can be prevented only by consent of the slave. Rescue is Im possible so long as the slave is In vol untary servitude. Two years ago, with a sergeant of polic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 August 1905

I , I J. I ft Oils for instance. We will guarantee you a Right Price and Right Oils. p| m WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL KINDS. S jpl Medium Gust or Lace Leather ||j jSI m a •» f ® o i \VI loie Sides, or Ready Cut. fyM. m Black Verginia i : ® 8 ~ii.s "| Cylinder Oil || j||j OflH 111 JitilK or ii» Cans. j Q Oil k» jSj McCOKMICK headquarters, repairs. || i Paints and Oils Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil. 3QI3L3C €fc'3L!Eil^ M Keiinewiek Hardware Company. ll j||p | H# A. FSIER, manager ggjg Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUJiS("nirTIX)N £)ne Year, in Advance - - $l/»0 >iiit Months - .7f> 'Three Months .... .r>o TrjMn lire Boys and Girls to Work The following words, coming as they do froijj president Roosevelt, t#; apostle ,gf s{.re;iuoijs activity, ought to do some good : "And now, just a word to you, •;the fathers and mothers and teach ers, as to the children. You often see the man, still more often the vvoman, who says I have had to work hard myself...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 August 1905

the local field PROM SATURDAY fi DAILY. Rev. T. H. Dry was at Yakima yes terday to have dental work done. Milt Harper of Walla Walla is the new baker at the Kennewick Bakery R i,d is a man of many years' experience. i;. M. Gillette, traveling freight agent for the Northern Pacific was in ■town yesterday on business connected .with Ids department. A. Nevlow is now the loe«l repre sentative for the Stark Bros. Nurse ries of St. Louis, one of the largest nurseries in the world. Miss MaigHret Roseman and Mrs. .1. F. Jrvin are improving as rapidly as •oouM be expected according to report from Walla Walla today. The contractors have increased the working force on the bridge with fif teen men. Piles for the temporary •work are now being put in. A. L. Menhineck of Taroma, was in town yesterday on business. He sold the land for the new school house site from his tract down the valley. - The Kennewick Bakery w ill make tits first delivery on Tuesday. If you want anything in the pie or cake li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 August 1905

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POIiiTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture says he will not resign. Commander Theo Burgdorff, U. S. N. p retired, died recently in Philadel phia from a complication of diseases. United States Senator Lodge was re ceived by King Edward at Bucking ham palace Saturday. He was pre sented by Ambassador Reid. A cablegram from Havana states that Cuba had instituted a rigid quar antine against all gulf ports from Tampa to Sabine river, Texas. The normal school of British Colum bia will be located in Vancouver on one of the two blocks recently bought from the Canadian Pacific railroad. The receivers for the bankrupt Mer chants' Trust company of New York are directed to pay all depositors of that company 40 per cent of their de posits. Telegraphic advice from Washing ton, D. C., st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 August 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA, AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Item* Gathered From Our Exchangee of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place —Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NOTES. Preparations for harvest work are being made and many machines begin the season's run this week. Horticulturists of Stevens county re port that the orchards are growing an abundant yield of late fruß. From the school census nearly com pleted, Ballard figures out a popula tion of 2,000, or more than double what it was five years ago. Operations are progressing rapidly on the Northern Pacific's new turn table at the Spokane roundhouse. The new turntable complete will cost $0000. Thomas Warren, a pioneer, who crossed the plains from Kansas before railroads were thought of west of the Missouri river, died recently at North port. The members of the state board of health are reported as fearing an epi demic of typhoid fever in certain sec tions of the stat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 August 1905

| As we are goinj to closc >*jt all our Furni j > ture and Hardware, we will se!! for the S ■ next thirty days, for cash, the following: $ I Barb-d wire $3.25 I' er loolb. | $5.00 rocking chair for $4.00 j <! 555 ranges $40 i 4.00 " " " 3.00 < " 28 j 300 " 14 " 2.u0 ) ]'■ 20 stoves 16 i 1.75 parlor chair 1.30 S <! u 9 j S.oo office " 6.00 < i ,S " f> ! 5-oo " " 4.00 d 1 5> (, " $4-5--~> | 15.00 trunks 12.00 ,/ V 10 iron bedsteads S.OO j 12.00 " 9.00 ( c 8 '' " 6.00 ' 9.00 " 7.00 i| £ 6 " " 4.50 j 7.00 " 5.00 11 jl> Wooden beds from $2 to 3.50 J 5.00 " 4.00 \ j!' Clocks way down t 4-°° " 3--5 <j[ Wcwill sell $12 Dressers for $10 and $7 Dressers for $5 each j! j $160 Safe for $120, brand new. I 20 per cent off on Silk Handkerchiefs. I WE WILL GIVE AWAY |j < With every $75 cash purchase ofabow named goods, $12 silk shawl |i S On a $50 purchase three silk scarfs w u tli £,4.50. < On a $35 purchase six silk handkerchiefs worth $3. j[ | On a $25 purc...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 11 August 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 13 Benton County's Share According to Auditor Newcomb's { ontention, Benton county owes rakiina $31,861.71, which is ar-j ived at by the following process: The net indebtedness of Yakima county 011 June 30, 1905, deduct ing $6000 paid for an additional courthouse site and warrants is- j sued since June 17, is $162,560.77. J The assessed valuation of Yakima j county is $10,832,524, of which: amount $2,124,043 is now in Ben- j ton county. The last amount is ! 19.6 per cent of the former, which j makes Benton's indeb'edness the j figure given above, $31,861.71. According to Auditor Gloyd'sl figuring, it is understood, Benton owes Yakima considerably less than half that sum. He contends. | it is said, that taxes that have been j levied to meet current expenses; *and pay the county debt should be ! applied as a credit to Benton county: also the cash in the ury belonging to the current ex- j pense and general funds, as well as Benton county's propoition ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 11 August 1905

Tbe Special Correspondent CHAPTER XVIII. The country is fertile and well culti vated, growing wheat, maize, rice, bar ley anu (lax, in its eastern districts. Ev erywhere are great masses of trees, wil lows, mulberries, poplars. As far as the eye can reach are fields under cultivation. Irrigated by numerous canals, also green fields, in which are flocks of sheep, a country half Normandy, half Provence, were it not for the mountains of Pamir on the horizon. But this portion of Kach garia was terribly ravaged by war when Its people were struggling for independ ence. The land flowed with blood, and along by the railroad the ground is dot tde with tumuli beneath which are buried the victims of their patriotism. But I did not come to Central Asia to travel aa If I were In France. Novelty! Novelty 1 The unforeseen! The appall ing! It was without the shadow ot an ac cident, and after a particularly fine run, that we entered Yarkand Station at four o'clock in the afternoon. A few Chinese pas...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 11 August 1905

Simple Farm (late. The gate shown in the accompany ing illustiation is recommended by a correspondent of the Montreal 1* am ily Herald. The gate is intended for inside locations, upon a farm instead of bars or swinging gates which are troublesome and apt to get out of or der. The correspondent lias six of these gates on his ranch, and expects soon to put in as many more. It will be noticed that the gate is not liung on hinges. It consists simply of a hurdle which stands between two strong posts sot so that the gate easily passes back between them. The sec ond bar of the gate rests on a cleat A. shown in the illustration. This cleat consists of inch lumber, four inches wide and 12 or 14 inches long. The gate will slide easily if the top of the cleat Is greased. As the gate is closed it slips between the two posts, which prevent it from being pushed either way. Points in favor of this gate over SLIDING GATE WIDE OPEN. those in ordinary use are as follows: It is cheaply and easily made...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 11 August 1905

Oils for instance. We will guarantee you a Right Price and Right Olis. WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL KINDS. Medium Castor OILS Oils in Bulk or in Cans: Paints and Oils Phoenix Paint Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Months .... .75 Three Months .... .50 No Mail Order house helped to build the little white school house in your district or turupike the road past your door. No Mail Or der house ever took you by the hand when you were in distress and told you to let that little account go until after harvest next year. No Mail Order house ever sold you an article and then spent every cent of its profit in the community where you and your neighborscould get it all back again. No Mail Grder house ever rejoiced with you when you were glad, nor spoke en couraging words to you in affliction nor stood with uncovered heads beside the grave when your loved ones died. Dallcs-Olilo Canal. The contract for constructing th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 11 August 1905

the local field FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. p. Roesch returned from Spokane this morning. M. I'- li (,,> t returned from a business trip to Spokane this morniny. A. (i. McNeil, sherill of Benton coun ty, was in town today serving legal process. Prof. Ceo. Jauslin returned from a week's stay with his family at (Spokane yesterday. Now that we have a sidewalk ordi nance we would like to see the walk completed to the depot. Ploughing through the sand and sagebrush is not a good introduction to our town for a visitor. Manager Klinge, of the Columbia Tele plume system, informs us that they have just. installed thirteen new phones in the Garden tracts, ami all are working nicely. The copy for a new directory of patrons is now in this office for printing, and will be is sued soon. The Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church held a business meeting last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce. After the business matters had been attended to and the plans for a social had ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 11 August 1905

ENVOYSINTRODUCED RUSSIAN AND JAPANESE DIPLO MATS EXCHANGE GREETINGS. Notable Scene at Oyster Bay—Presi dent Roosevelt Introduces Them and Entertained Them at an Elaborate Lunch —President's Notable Toast — Hoped for Just and Lasting Peace. Oyster Bay, N. Y., Aug. 6.—History w r as made Saturday in Oyster Bay. Russians and Japanese clasped hands and greeted one another with all out ward evidence of cordiality, and for the first time since nations began to have relations one with another, an executive of a great power received the envoys of two belligerent coun tries on a mission of peace. President Roosevelt, on behalf of the United States and its people, ex tended formal greetings to the repre sentatives of Russia and Japan, intro ducing the plenipotentiaries to one an other and entertained them at an elab orate luncheon, at which they fratern ized one with another, as friends and not as enemies. The day was ideal. After the sun had burned away the haze of early morning, the weather...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 11 August 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take place—Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NOTES. There are eighty-three hundred tele phones in Spokane. Homer WiCKS was drowned recently in the Snake river near Colfax. New wheat is arriving in Seattle two weeks in advance of last year. A new jail for boys has been fitted up in the court house at Seattle. The records of the burned court house at Waterville are unimpaired. The Olympia Trade Council has se cured Governor Mead as labor day orator, September 4. ChuckanuL sandstone will be used in the construction of the new federal building at Seattle. George Rumens, an old time Palous er and wealthy rancher and mine own er, attempted suicide recently. It is said the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company has pur chased terminal grounds in Seattle. The 2 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mahar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 11 August 1905

A Big Clean-Up As we are going to close out all our Furni= ture and Hardware, we will sell for the next thirty days, for cash, the following: Barbed wire $3.25 per ioolb. $5.00 rocking chair for $4.00 «55 ranges $40 4.00 " " " 3.00 •55 " 28 300 " " " 2.00 20 stoves 16 1.75 parlor chair 1.30 j 2 " 9 8.00 office " 6.00 5 5-OT " " 4.00 (> $4-5o 15.00 trunks 12.00 10 iron bedsteads 8.00 12.00 " 9.00 8 ' " 6.00 9.00 " 7.00 6 " " 4.50 7.00 " 5.00 Wojden beds from $2 to 3.50 5.00 " 400 Clocks way down 4.00 " 3.25 We will sell $12 Dressers for $10 and $7 Dressers for $5 each $160 Safe for $120, brand new. 20 per cent off on Silk Handkerchiefs. ~WE WILL GIVE AWAY With every $75 cash purchase of above nanitd goods, $12 silk shawl On a $50 purchase three silk scarfs worth £4.50. On a $35 purchase six silk handkerchiefs worth $3. On a $25 purchase three silk handkerchiefs worth $1.50. On a $15 purchase two silk handkerchiefs worth $1. Oil a $10 purchase one silk handkerchief worth 50c. WONG ...

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