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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 19 June 1903

Kalainc Oceae. Except In certain small sections the ralßing of geese for profit Is an almost untouched Industry, yet one In which ■rood money may tie made If the work V, carried on Intelligently utter obtain on the experience. This preliminary experience is essential, for the raising of geese differs In nmny ways from raising chickens. While both ducks and hens arc frequently used for hatching goose eggs, the heat results generally come from letting the goose incubute her own eggs, care being taken not to give her moro than eleven for a sitting. The ganders are permit ted to mingle with the geese during incubation mainly for the purpose of protection when the goose leaves the nest to feed. When the goslings are hatched they should be kept indoors on nn earth floor and given some kind of green food to pick at us they will, their main food, however, being a mix ture of corn meal and bran, mois tened and fed when It may be crum bled up like bread. Water for drink ing should be supplied...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 19 June 1903

HA I<RED WIKE PLOWS arid HAKKOWS KENNEWICK HAKI)VVARE COMPANY We arc well stocked with Reliable Brands of Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Shelf and Heavy Hardware . . . Estimates Furnished on Tin & Plumbing Work . . . Furniture Department Our Furniture Dept. is COMPLHTIL-^ • and we are prepared to furnish these Goods at the lowest possible prices C he tolumtia Maimer' C. Q. ANDERSON, 1-ditor I'ublished Kveiy Friday ut Kenue wiek, Washington TKItMM OF BUH.SC UIPTION Olio Year, in Advance • - tfl.oc Hix Months .... .75 Three Months - .50 Advertising lhites Made Known Upon Application Tiik Columbia Coukikk In entered as second class matter at the postofllce in Kenkuwick, Wash. Come to Kcnucwick, Cool and cloudy weather lias! set in and the Columbia is fall ' ing. Tho Konnewick valley is ex empt from blizzards, cycloucs and other meteorological dis tur bances. Sugar beet culture should be closely investigated by the land owners of Kenncwick valley.Ex pcrimcnts have demonstrate...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 19 June 1903

KENNEWICKLES t <s firley received a car load of alfalfa hay. Rufus Fullerton returned vester (l,y from a trip to Walla Walla. Miss Annie Harm is now assisting Mrs, Morain. Call and see the splendid h*m. mocks that arrived lately at the Kennewick Hardware company. jas-R. Anion's house is nearly completed. Painting has commenced on it- The house will be a beauty. H. A. Hover bought the five acre tract A. Kcefer located -outh of town. \Vm/ Pal lister sold to Amon & Sherman a ten acre tract in section seven this week, C.H. Putnam who had his arm dislocated at the elbow last week, is improving rapidly. Pasco is going to celebrate the 4th in royal style. Trains have been irregular of late on account of floods in Montana and other parts. Ross Haynes is assisting I). \V. Owcii in building flumes on his place. Gus Wilkie went to Paha Satui - day evening returning Tuesday morning. Geo. Stuble and Mr. Schweikert have been up the river for a few days catching driftwood. Frank Card we 11 ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 19 June 1903

W. 5. HELM, I* JEWELER I OPHGIAN Eyes fitted with glasses after the most approved methods. Clock and Watch Repairing; Clocks, Watches and Jewelry for Sale. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. KENNEWICK LAND CO. BUILDING, Yakima Street, Konnewick. Local... Time Card , KENNEWICK j Went Hound. l-" Ht Bound, r No. 1* 12:10 I'M I No. 2* 7:0}) am C No. 3f 3:45 am | No. 4 5:35 pm No. 5 7:32 am | No. Of 2:28 am 1 L. Frt 7:45 am | L. Frt 6:30 pm a — . c Trains marked * do not stop. v Trains marked f stop when flagged. A. H. POTTER, 1 Agt., Kennewick. 1 A. D. CHARLTON, I, A. G. I*. A. Portland. i Washington Lodging House... (Over Scott & Co.'s Clothing Store) O. O. NOBEN, Proprietor. Handles the Spokesman-Review, The Seattle Times and Boyce's Weekly, the standard illustrated union labor paper of Chicago. Subscribe for your weekly papers through me. Office in the restaurant in adjoining building. Washington Nursery Com'y The larges.t. and most complete Nursery in the west. Nurseries—Salem, Oregon, and No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 19 June 1903

iTfJH NEWS - riNG brings active work in EVERY SECTION. neiM l" tere,t of ' Ml,cell,neoU! "Nature Gathered During the Past wwk —New District! Making Good Showings —Many Mining Accidents and Personals. such general activity as is felt in .. fr-elir d'Alenes has started mining . lively clip In the l'ine Creek dls f M just west of Wardner, Idaho. A ■imher of silver-lead properties in cam p are under development and some floe showings have been ex posed. BRITISH COLUMBIA. The Rosslaud-Kootenal company has placed several men at the Great West- La mine at Hossland. Kootenai laku, 13. C„ was visited re ently by one of the worst windstorms aver experienced by the oldest inhab itant Little damage was done but three small vacant cottages on the beach were blown to sea and went to nieces before they could be rescued. The smelter returns for the last car of providence, near Greenwood, ore gj Veß a net weight of 41,078 pounds, and the value, after the customary percentage deductions by the smelte...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 19 June 1903

DOCTOR ADVOCATED OPERATION PE-RU-NA MADE KNIFE UNNECESSARY. Catarrh is a very frequent cause of V «-n that class of dineases popularly known H* ) as female weakness. Rss=i£i=^^— ll 1 — Catarrh of the pelvic organs pro- I duoes such a variety of disagreeable and irritating symptoms that many people—in fact, the majority of people —have no idea that they are caused by "l" "li' the women who «re siifferiie with aoy form of female weakness would write to Dr. Hartman, Colum- i&fcjjT - « J*t%. g/• bus, Ohio, and give him a complet.- 'sJ&p&pftU description of their symptoms and the peculiarities of their troubles, he wil' ®fI immediately reply with complete diree- Iwij tiuns for treatment, free of (.barge. Mrs. Eva Bartho, 133 Fast lath street, N. Y. City. N. Y., writes: ••I suffered for three years with 'Jii^^llllil^K"lel leucorrhea and ulceration of the womb. The doctor advocated an operation which I dreaded very much, and strongly objected to go under it. Now lam a changed w...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 19 June 1903

DOCTOR ADVOCATED OPERATION— PE-RU-NA MADE KNIFE UNNECESSARY. Catarrh is a very frequent cause of V J that class of diseases popularly known as female weakness. " ■■■■ ■ ■■■■~» .1 Catarrh of the pelvic organs pro- I duces such a variety of disagreeable and irritating symptoms that many people—in fact, the majority of people —have no idea that they are caused by catarrh. . If 4.11 th« women who are sufferii:* with any form of female weakness would write to Dr. Hartman, Colum bug, Ohio, and give him a complete yjte&S. description of their symptoms and the peculiarities of their troubles, he wil' MF immediately reply with complete dlrec* flares ft#, tions for treatment, free of (.barge. gy^^^gpslpl Mrs. Eva Oartho, 133 East lath v . . street, N. Y. City. N. Y., writes: ••I suffered for three years with leucorrhea and ulceration of the womb. &--ph -" sfi The doctor advocated an operation ■/ which I dreaded very much, and strongly objected to go under It. Now I am a changed woman....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 June 1903

COLUMBIA VOL. II- NO. 14. "Gold Top" Bottled Beer Satisfaction goes with every swallow. It is the materials. O ] t 'g OU r experience and care in the brewing and bot tling. "Gold Top" bottled beer is the popular beverage of the Inland Empire. Bottled at the brewery by the = - e== Spokane Brewing and Malting Co., sold at the. .. . " The Merchan" HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. - Kennewick. H. E. BEACH, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: XKENNEWICK, .... WASH. This is hot weather— And to retain some "cold dollars" in your pocket book for a rainy day, do your trading with —R, Gerry/ We carry everything you need. If we hav'nt got it we will get it for you. We can s ive you money —Gold dollars. \ Front stfeet, KENNEWICK. (wwwwwwwvww WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget I TO CALL AT THE BTORE OF 3^ Johnson I and -=, g I Fullerton § 5 We have everytliing'in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 June 1903

COLUMBIA "vol- II- 14 * "Gold Top" Bottled Beer Satisfaction goes with every swallow. It is tho materials. [■/ It's our experience and care in the brewing and bot tling. "Gold Top" bottled beer is the popular beverage of the Inland Empire. Bottled at the brewery by the -- Spokane Brewing and Malting Co., 6old at the.... . " The Merchan" HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. - Kennewick. " H. E. BEACH, Liveiy, Feed and Sale Stable, Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: XKENNEWICK, - WASH. This is hot weather— And to retain some "cold dollars" in your pocket book for a rainy day, do your trading with —R. Gerry. We carry everything you need. If we hav'nt got it we will get it for you. We can sive you money —Gold dollars. Front stfeet, WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget § TO CALL AT THE BTORE OF Johnson 1 - AND % I Fullerton i iS We have everything'in the line of Jg I Generals- | 1 Merchandise |...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 June 1903

nw in nil DELAWARE MINISTER QUOTED FROM SCRIPTURE. Said the Law Was Too Slow—Judges to Blame— George White, a Con fessed Slayer, Was Burned at the Stake—soo People Present at the Lynching. I Wilmington, Del., June 25. Rev. Robert A. Elwood, pastor of the Olivet Presbyterian chuich, preached a sen sational sermon cn the probable lynch ing of White. He took his text from Corinthians 4:13: "Therefore, put away from among ourselves that wick ed person." In referring to a speedy trial for the negro, Rev. Elwood said: "I call your especial attention to that part cf the text found in the constitu tion in which it says: "In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial." "On the day of this terrible crime the officers arrested a man supposed to be guilty. He was taken before a magistrate and held without bail. He is in jail and armed guards parading about for his protection, waiting until the middle of September. Is that speedy? Is it even constitu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 June 1903

US U MIMING NEWS SPRING brings active work in EVERY SECTION. Items of Interest of a Miscellaneous Nature Gathered During the Past Week —New Districts Making Good Showings —Many Mining Accidents and Personals. Developments of the big ledge In Deer Creek, 15 miles from Boise, Idaho, indicate that it is one of the most re markable found in Idaho in recent years. This lode is 300 feet wide. From surface samples and from sanir pies taken from the part of the tunnel first run It was supposed the average value of the ledge was some $5 a ton. It has been believed, however, that it would be highly profitable, owing to; the immense amount of ore. The last; 50 feet of the tunnel run shows much greater values. Mr. Moore states his returns show the value to be $33 a ton. BRITISH COLUMBIA. For the past week the Granby smel- 1 ter treated 4488 tons, or 144,007 tons for this year. The Velvet mine on Sophie moun tain, near Rossland, has become a pay ing property. Excavating has been started at the W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 June 1903

HAKBKD WIRE PLOWS and HARROW. KENNEWICK HARDWARE COMPANY We arc well stocked with Reliable Brands of Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Shelf and Heavy Hardware .. Estimates Furnished on Tin & Plumbing Work .. . Furniture Department Our Furniture Dept. is COMPLETFL-**. and we are lire pared to furnish these Goods at the lowest possible prices She Italumbia (fanner C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Pnhiished Every Friday, ut Kenne-J wiek, Washington TERMS OF SI'BSntIPTION ! One Year, in Advance - • #I.W Nix Months - Three Months .... .r>o Advertising Hates Made Known Upon Application Thk Columbia Courier In entered as second clans matter at the postottice in Kknnewick, Wash. Clothing, money and other needful articles are being sent to the Hood sufferers at lleppner for their immediate relief. In this fearful calamity they have at least the sympathy and assis tance ns far as possible of their fellowmen Boston is slowly sinking. In one hundred years the ground it stands on has sunk cue foo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 June 1903

[kennewickles Fine negligee shirts at a price that will astonish you at Scott&Co. U( l[ es skirts of tlie latest styles ,t Scott&Co. j H. Anion is expected to re turn Home in a few (lays. £ p Green was over to Walla Walla Manday on business. K. H. Morgan went to Golden dale the other (lay. Prosser will have big Fourth of July celebration. I)r. Fintler was over from Und this week attending to his dental practice \ X. A. Putnam is now running a iu ij"lc wagon and delivering milk to a nunilier of people. It is rumored that Pasco is going [o have a newspaper in the near Itflfe. The mother of Mrs. Boyd arri ved from the east the other day ind will spend a few weeks here. Frank Cardwell returned from Pomroy where he has attended a erm of the superior court. Some of the fruit in the orchard if I). W. Owen is beginning to ■ipen. J\. Reefer and family left Wed tesday evening for Shoshone Idaho ivhere they will reside in the future, i Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ballinger. mtW 22nd. a ten po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 June 1903

To the ladies <>f Kennewiek anil vicinity. 1 have on lwnd » nice assortment of Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons, Gloves, Hose, and Silks Fine Imported Perfumery, which I sell at lowest prices possible. Mrs. Rose R. Haynes. Prossef State Bant Capital, $25,000. J. D. Basset President J. EI Prouty.. .Vice President F. H. Gloyd Cashier Ample Facilities for Handling any Business intrusted to our Care. LAND SCRIP FOR SALE. Prosser, - - - - Wash. Eggs For Sale Thoroughbred Stock. Barred Plymouth Rock White Minorca Black Minorca White Leghorn Brown Leghorn Black Lang^han Per Betting, $1.00. 49 MRS. B. ROSENCRANS. PASCO, WASH. MILLER & SONS, Milton Nursery, Keeps only First-Class Stock, and has an abundance for Spring de livery. Have a large supply of the CAROLINA POPLAR Which Is Just the thing for Kennewlck Shade and Comfort Address . . MILTON, OREGON Hotel Kenewick You can't miss It Newly furnished, thoroughly refit ted. Clean beds, good ac commodations. Special Sun day Dinners. W. A. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 June 1903

fill ■ 11811 RUNAWAY FREIGHT TRAIN RAN INTO CITY 90 MILES AN HOUR. Four Persons Killed and Several In-! jured— Many Buildings Wrecked—: Wrc=k*d Train Scattered Along for One-Half Mile—Happened at 4 o'Clock in the Morning. Spokane, June 23.—Like a mighty .thunderbolt a runaway train of sixty heavily loaded cars swept down the old Spokane Falls & Northern grade and tore through Spokane about day light Monday morning. Gaining mo mentum as it swept down the long slope from Hillyard, it struck the end of the track at Division street with a 'speed estimated at from 80 to 90 miles per hour. Leaping free from the tracks, crossing Division street like A flash, tearing its way over the rough ground and through the rocks, it struck the residence of James Slee with tre medous force, crushing it to fragments, killing two of the sleeping inmates and injuring three more. The crystal laun dry, 200 feet farther west on River ave sue, finally checked the rushing cars, hut was carried from its fou...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 June 1903

THE TEXTILE STRIKE OFF. Council at Lowell, Maaa., Admlta Can Not Win. Lowell, Mass., June 23.—The textile council haa declared the strike In the Lowell mills at an end. Every union affiliated with the council was repre sented and the vote was unanimous. Male spinners and loom fixers were in cluded in this vote, despite statements that they would oppose a return to work. President Conroy later said: "We now worship at the altar of de feat, but later we shall rise again and conquer." William H. South worth, of the agents, said It would be impossible to start the remainder of the machinery so as to employ at once all who will come back, and added: "It is for the selling agents and the treasurers to decide in view of the mar ket whether we shall attempt to run in full." The strike began on March 30 and involved about 1700 operatives. The mills were closed until June 1, when the agents opened the gates and the majority of the operatives went back to work. The strike has cost in wages abo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 17 July 1903

COLUMBIA VOL. XI. NO. 17. "Gold Top" Bottled Beer ... Satisfaction goes with every swallow. It is the materials. It's our experience and care in the brewing and bot tling. "Gold Top" bottled beer is the popular beverage of the Inland Empire. Bottled at the brewery by the= Spokane Brewing and Malting Co., sold at the.... . " The Merchan" HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. Kennewick. H E. BEACH, Livery. Feed and Sale Stable, Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. * _ This is hot weather— And to retain some "cold dollars" in your pocket book for a rainy day, do your trading with —R Gerry. We carry everything you need. If we hav'nt got it we will get it for you. We can save you money—Gold dollars. Front street," WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget TO CALL AT THE STORE OF Johnson •; AND Fullerton We havn everything in the line of General— Merchandise Fresh goods—New stock. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 17 July 1903

SMS 1101 THE HI BALTIMORE SUFFERS FROM VIO LENT WIND AND RAIN STORM. Three Hundred People Rendered Homeless for a Time—Damage Enormous—Lightning Strikes Near Washington and Wrecks Boathouse on River—Shocks a Dozen Men. Baltimore, July 14.—A severe wind and rain storm occurred here, which was very violent in a limited section of northern Baltimore, where, within a radius of about four blocks, 50 houses were unroofed, walks demolish ed and trees were uprooted. For sev eral squares the streets were thickly strewn with debris. Three hundred people were rendered homeless for the time being, and were compelled to find shelter In neighboring houses. The damage to houses and household goods is estimated at $100,000. The rainfall hero for the day was 3.95 inches and the velocity of the wind 46 miles an hour. Lightning Strikes Boat. Washington, July 14.—During a ter rific thunder storm hero lightning struck a boat house near the Potomac river in which a dozen men had taken refuge. One man was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 17 July 1903

POPE LEO IS SOME BETTER HE HAS LIVED TO SEE ANOTHER SUNDAY. ..His Doctor Says If He Lives Until July 21 He May Achieve an Absolute Cure —Pope Dressed Himself in the Afternoon — Received Cardinals— King Victor Will Go to Rome. Rome, July 13. —6:45 a. m. —The con dition of the pope was stationary dur ing the night. He slept at Intervals, but was not entirely tranquil. Rome, July 12— Pope Leo has lived to see another Sunday, and with the Sabbath quiet which fell upon Rome came also peace and even progress to the pontiff. Beginning this morning with distinct signs of improvement, he maintained this throughout the day. Dr. Lapponl made the following impor tant statement to the question if he believed the pope's improved condition could continue: "I believe if the pope lasts until July 21 we may not perhaps achieve an absolute cure, but we will secure such a good state of health in the patient as will allay our anxiety." Pope Leo took his usual light break- 1 fast, and Dr. Lapponi felt su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 17 July 1903

HAKBED WIRE PLOWS nod HAKHOVVS KENNEWICK HARDWARE COMPANY ALSO A CAR . H ARROWS Wc arc well stocked with' Reliable Brands of Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Shelf and Heavy Hardware Estimates Furnished on Tin & Plumbing Work . . . Furniture Department Our Furniture Dept. is COMPLFTIL**I and we arc prepared to furnish these Goods at the lowest possible prices Sfctftlumbia Courier' i l C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Kvery Friday at Konno wick, Washington TEKMS OK HFKKCHIPTION ♦Hie Year, in Advance - - Si.oil Six M-iuths - •"•»! Three Months ... - ,j>rt| Advertising Hates Made Known Upon Appiicatkin Thk Columbia Coukikk Im entered as second class matter at i the poxtotttee in Kknnkwick, Wash. To reclaim arid lands with-: out irrigation, plant potatoes and onions in alternate rows : The onions will make the eyes of the potatoes water so profuse ly that they will irrigate them selves. Since the visit of President Roosevelt to the state of Wash ington and his enthusiastic pre ...

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