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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 August 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 14 Curing Alfalfa. In curing alfalfa, it is best to put tin small cocks, which should be urned several times. Two men ihould work together at this, plac ng their forks under one side and ifting together; it is thus an easy and quick job. A writer in the Rural New Yorker says the main points to observe in the curing of alfalfa hay are first, to handle it while it is in a wilted state before the leaves are thoroughly dry, to prevent the loss of leaves. If it is put up when warm, and allowed to stand in the cock for 24 hours, it will continue the curing process without becoming so dry as to lose on the subsequent handling after it is thrown out. —Indiana Farmer. The Army Worm. Fruit men have been troubled this season by worms climbing the young trees and eating the buds and so killing the trees. Some spec imen worms were sent to the Agr cultural College and were pro nounced climping cut worms. It is barely possible that this is not the proper name for...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 August 1905

Tbe Special Correspondent CHAPTER XXI. When I awoke I seemed to have had an unpleasant dream. The bandit chief, Ti-Tsang, had prepared a scheme for the seizure of the Chinese treasure; he had attacked the train in the plains of Gobi; the car is assaulted, pillaged, ran ttacked; the gold and precious stones, to the value of fifteen millions, are torn from the grasp of the Celestials, who yield after a courageous defense. As to the passengers, another two minutes of sleep would havr settled their fate — and mine. But all that disappeared with the vapors of the night. Dreams are not fixed photographs; they fade in the sun, and end by effacing themselves. In taking my stroll through the train as a good townsman takes his stroll through the town, I «m joined by Major Noltitz. After shaking hands, he show ed me a Mongol in the second-class car, and said to me, "That is not one of those we picked up at Douchak when we pick ed up Faruskiar and Ghangir." "That is so," said I; "I never saw th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 August 1905

Sentences for Mutineers. As a result of the trial at Sebastopol of 23 mutineers of tne training ship Pruth, 15 have been acquitted, four condemned to be shot, three sentenced to penal servitude for life and the re mainder to various short terms. The court recommended that two of the death sentences be commuted to penal servitude for life and the other two to 10 years' imprisonment. Family Feud. Tucson. Ariz. —A bitter family feud of several years' standing between George Thompson and J. R. Snyder, ranchers of the Blue river country in Graham county, led to the death of the latter. The two men have quarreled over their respective water rights for a long time, and the killing was there fore no surprise. Exports Were Large. Statistics compiled by the bureau of statistics of the department of com merce and labor show that the exports of manufacturers in the fiscal year just ended amounted to $543,620,297, •as against $452,415,921 in the preced ing year. $433,851,921 in the preceding yea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 August 1905

T TAirvT TM T A /r f T T\TAT T TA /f f j ./1 A 1 I > jV-L 1 .1 li\ I iJ-/-LV <- >Al. . Kennewick Coukier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR T ERMS OF S U BSCRIPTI ON j One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 j Six Months .... .7f, Three Months .... ORDINANCE NO.— An ordinance prohibiting the ob- ■ jotruction cf streets, public roads,! alleys and Hooding the same with water for excavating or obstructing .the same in any manner. lie it ordained by the coun cil of the town of Kennc /rick-. Section 1. It shall be unlaw-! ful to deposit any earth, rock, i stone or other substance within cr upon any street, alle/, lane, cr pub lie road within the town of Kem.e- ! wick. Section 2. It shall be unlawful ,to allow waste water from the irri- : gation ditches to flcod or run and accumulat-d 1 any street, alley,' or public roi. .. unless said waters | shall be allowed to run over said ; road tor the purpose of irrigating j same and 1 lil-ii said waters when j so running shall be under the j su...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 August 1905

pHE LOCAL FIELD' FROM SA ' s 0 Ward vvont to Spokane on a bu Viuess trip l«.l night ami will return Monday. O. Hamilton went to Walla Ualla with horses for market there and will return the middle of the week. Marshal M. ». < ;lovt ' r lu ' s - l,cen ap |[ Cl | constable lor Kcnuewick by Kjomity Comnii.^ioiu-rs. The total assessment oflienton coun ty for the year is S-,315.312, ac cording to Assessor Van Horn. K C Hack sold his 40acivs insertion 27 to W. A, King of Winona, Wash. The sale was made by the Hansun liich In v. Co. C E.Bergl«md, chief bridge engineer and his assistants, A. F. Statlorand E. K Klliott left last nigh* for other work on the road west but w:ii relit in the middle of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Stuible have re turned from Kiping, Wash, where they were called on account of thesad death of their son. They remained to settle souie business matter concerning the estate. 11. R- Hayes, the pioneer druggist of Kennewick. but now a hospital stew ard on the U. S. Batt...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 August 1905

HEAD-ON COLLISION TWELVE PERSONS KILLED AND TWENIY-EIVE INJURED. Accident Happened on Nickel Plate Road at Kishman, Ohio —Caused by Misunderstanding Orders—Passen ger Engine and Three Cars Leaped Over Freight Engine. Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 14. —A fast eastbound passenger train on the Nickel Plate road collided with a west bound freight at Kishman, Ohio, near Vermillion, resulting in the death of 12 persons while at least 25 others were injured, eight of whom probably will die. The wreck, according to the officials of the company, was caused by a misunderstanding of orders, or neglect to obey them on the part of the crew of the freight train. The Dead. Charles W. Pool, engineer of pas senger train, Conneaut, Ohio. Joseph Alexander, Newark, N. J. Frank Weaver, Findlay, Ohio. Nine Italian laborers. The injured include the following: John W. Long, Cleveland. Richard A. Long, son of J. W. Long. Louis Rheinbold, Bascom, Ohio. E. E. O'Hara, Findlay, Ohio. B. L. Kerr, Grafton, Ohio. John W. ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 August 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA I AND OREGON NEWS ITtMS. Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place—Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NOTE*. Threshing machines and headers are , running in all portions of Lincoln. county. The first of the season's wheat crop I brought 57 cents on the Palouse mar- j ket last Saturday. * Frank M. Baker has been appointed postmaster at Hay, in the western part of Whitman county, vice L. M. Buff, resigned. The farmers are nearly all through cutting grain around Elberton, and threshing has started in. The wheat is falling short fr&m 10 to 20 per cent. Anna Hood, aged 30, unmarried, a resident of Seattle, committed suicide at Anacortes by leaping into the ref use burner of the Baty Shingle com pany mill. The total value of school property in Spokane county is $1,533,893, and ' the assessed valuation of the districts, » upon which all special taxes are lev ied...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 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 loolb. $55 ranges $40 35 " 28 20 stoves 16 12 " 9 8 " 6 6 " $4-5° 10 iron bedsteads 8.00 8 " " 6.00 6 •« " 4-50 Wooden beds from $2 to 3.50 Clocks way down Wewill 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 named 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. On a $10 purchase one silk handkerchief worth 50c. WONG HOW COMPANY, PASCO, WASH. Still a Few More left MEN'S SXJITS The last ten days they have gone like hot cakes at Christ mas time. Still we have a, nice assortment to select from. And if you will have a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 August 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 15 , NEW RAILROAD Eastern Capital Back of Line From Walula to Astoria. Articles of incorporation of the Wallula Pacific Railway Company were filed with the County Auditor of Clark County, Wash., this week. The capital stock of the corporation is fixed at $i,ooo,ooo; divided into shares ot $100 each. The incorpo rators are L- Gcrlinger, of Portland Senator E. M. Rands and James P. Stapleton. As set forth in the ar ticles of incorporation the object of the organization is to build, lea-e or otherwise acquire a railroad and telegraph line from Wallula, on the south bank of the Columbia River, thence crossing the river at or near that place, and running down the i »orth bank of the river to its Itoouth. When seen this morning Mr. Gerlinger said that he is not yet in a position to make public details of the proposed enterprise, other than those facts contained in the incor poration articles. The officers of the corporation have been elecled at a meeting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 August 1905

Tbe Specif (orrespoDdeut 'CHAPTER XXIII. And so it was Ki-Tsaug who had juw j attacked the Grand Transasiatic on thej| plains of Gobi. The piratte of Yunnan ; had learned that a van containing gom i and previous stones of ciiormous value had formed ;part of this train! And was there anything astonuiiiing in that, considering that the newspapers, even those of Pari*, had published the fact many days before? So KV'Tsang had had time to prepare his attempt, and had lifted a portion -uf the rails, and would probably have succeeded in carrying off the treasure if Faruskiar shad not brought him to his feet. That is why our hero had been so in»*.asy all the tforning; if he had been looking out over the desert so persistently, it was because he had been warned of Kj-Tsangs plt>ns by the last Mongol who had joined th* train nt Tchertclien! Under any circumstances, we had now nothing to fear from Ki- Tsang. Tij#i manager of the company had done justice on the bandit spe»dy justice, 1 admit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 August 1905

HAS LADY AIDES. Commander King Appoints Three Wo men as Aides on His Staff. Commander in Chief John B. King of the G. A. R.. in a general order issued from the national headquarters at Boston, announces the appointment of three women to be honorary aides on his staff at the national encamp ment to be held next month in Den ver. The appointees are: Mrs. Kate I? Sherwood of Ohio, and Mrs. Sarah E Fuller and Mrs'. Elizabeth T. Tur ner of Massachusetts, all of whom are -past national presidents of the Wo men's Relief corps. This is the first time that women have served on the staff of the commander in chief. TEA Coffee is fine too; but fine has a different meaning in coffee. Writ* for our Knowtadf* Book, A Schilling ft Company, Saa Jf'ranHtfb Leonid Andreyev is a new Russian author whose work is taking its place alongside that of Gorky in popularity. He was born in IS7I, and his literary career did not begin until seven years ago, after his failure as a lawyer. Ireland has a prodigy. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 August 1905

LIXOIvETJM! LINOL IS UM! Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION t One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 •Bix Mpnths - . - - - .75 •Three Months .50 The position of President Roose velt at this moment with regard to jthe peace negotiations between Ja yoan and Russia excites wonder and .admiration. Virtually, if not ad jniltedly, he is the arbiter between t the wftrriug powers, and both seem t to have absolute confidence in his ability and impartiality. It need .not be surprising if in the end the basis for a treaty of peace is fixed i.by him. He doubtless has the .support at this juncture of all the European powers, each and all of .which are exerting all their influ ence to bring about peace; but no European sovereign or statesman ,cou]d stand, as he stands, between t the belligeruils. or would receive the support ct the other powers in ,the efforts to bring about a condi -tion of We think a treaty ,of peace will be made, and that at its conclusion the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 August 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. We received a present of some fine pears from the Owen's orchard. Mr 9. Middleton of Aberdeen, Alberta, is here to assist In caring for her son. G. E. Hanson has so far improved as to be moved to his home in the gardeu tract*. Win. A. llayneß is here from the palonse country looking after business matters. C. F. Cochran, the graiu buyer and miller, went up to Council last night on business. Alfred McCollum of Decatur, 111., has just purchased ten acres of land at Benton through the Kennewick Land Company. William Pircksen of the Kennewick Marktt has the the new .smoke oven completed and machinery connected with his engine which enables him to furnish smoked meats, balogna, wein er wurs*, sausage and other meats of this kind fresh and in fine shape for his trade. Lea Brothers are at work with their combined harvester on Robert Gerry's ranch; Wroe and Owens are cutting on M. O. Klitten's, and John Irvin's ma chine is at work on Don Cresswell's la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 August 1905

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A "Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past V/eek—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Two crowded Oregon trains were in collision recently at Lomo, a siding six miles above Marysville, Cal., and a serious accident was narrowly avert ed. A mistake in train orders is said to have been tne cause. The British steamer Dora, from Mo bile for Buenos Ayres. is ashore on British bank, near Montevideo. As sistance has been sent. Whitelaw Reid, the American am bassador, and Mrs. and Miss Reid have gone on a three weeks' tour of England and will make part of the journey in a motor car. Fire has destroyed the extensive plant of the Newcastle Forge & Bolt company. The loss is estimated at $100,000. St. Louis. —Lambert Neihaus, under sentence to be hanged for killing his brother in law, committed suicide in his cell, stabbing himself in the abdo men with a penknife. No new...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 August 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA AND ORFGON NEWS ITtMS. 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. Rich & Harris, railroad contractors and bankers of Prosser, have closed a big contract for work on the Alaska Central railroad. It consists of 400 feet of tunneling, on which work will proceed actively during the coming winter. I State Auditor Clausen has complet ed an inventory of ail the property owned by the state of Washington. This inventory shows the total resour ces of the state to be $38,903,154.37. The liabilities are placed at $1,948,- 235. The Fern Creek Lumber company's sawmill at Frances, near South Bend, was burned recently. The loss is esti mated at $40,000. Insurance $5000. Oiigin unknown. Less than $11,000 remains to be raised of the which is need ed lor the construction of the new Y. M. C. A. building at Seattle. A splendid edific...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 August 1905

Still a Few More left MEN'S SUITS The last ten days they have gone like hot cakes at Christ mas time. Still we have a nice assortment to select from. And if you will have any use for a suit in the next §ix months we can do business with you for we give you all the profits. We are agents for McKibWs "None Better" Hats With too large a stock on hand and in order to reduce same will give you the same 25 per cent otf on them. Shoes We have the best at bottom prices. Our fall goods are coming and we must have room and money. We always try to keep our grocery stock complete with the best of everything. ft. H. ANDERSON Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. Those wlio are interested in investing a small amount to bring big returi s should see about £<*)Q pood One Kennewick poultry raiser swears his hens lay two eggs a clay after us ing it. You can get it at COLUMBIA COMMISSION ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 September 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 10 Eminent Domain and Irrigation. The project of irrigating arid land through the public Reclama tion Service, which President Roose velt recommended and which Con gress adopted, is retarded by two serious difficulties in addition to those inherent in the work itself. One is the reluctance of holders of large tracts of laud affected by the project to meet the Government's requirement that ownership by one person under a ditch be limited to 160 acres. The other difficulty comes from vested rights of land owners already in possession of water supplies. From the president's standpoint, the government requirement is fun damentally just, since his only ob ject in advocating reclamation was to provide homes for as many fam ilies as possible. But the landown ers naturally take a different view of the matter. The difficulty is serious because the greater part of "&11 areas which the Reclamation Service is likely to affect has passed from government own...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 September 1905

Tbe Special Correspondent CHAPTER XXV. I hare not seen Kinko for two days, and the last time was only to exchange a few words with him to relieve Lis anx iety. To-night I will try and visit him. I have taken care to lay in a few provis ions at Sou-Tcheou. We started at 3 o'clock. We have got a more powerful engine on. Across this undulating country the gradients are oc casionally rather steep. Seven hundred kilometers separate us from the impor tant city of Lan Tcheou, where we ought to arrive to-morrow morning, running thirty miles an hour. At dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ephrinell, sit ting side by side, hardly exchanged a word. Their intimacy seems to have de creased since they were married. Per haps they are absorbed in the calcula tion of their reciprocal interests. We have had a bad night. The sky, of purple, sulphury tint, became stormy to ward evening, the atmosphere became Btifiing, the electrical tension excessive. It meant a "highly successful" storm, to quote Caterna. In truth, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 September 1905

jJ&f Twice as Good One Third the Cost Eg Every day is bargain day in the Eg Wave Circle. Come in and get ac quainted. K C will help you cut By down the living expenses and make mm IjT J* doctor's bills a thing of the past. Do M you realize that you can get the best w OUNCES Fqq and purest baking powder in the world B Xttßll W r BAKINC # | IV U POWDER ■ VL Mff mm at one-third what you've been paying for anywhere near K C quality. A 25 j **cOij ounce can costs 2sc. Think of the saving! JB s cS.Jioo Can you make money any easier ? Get it to-day. The grocer returns the price of can if you are not satisfied. Jill Grocers Send postal for the beautiful "Book of Presents." Chicago. COMING EVENTS. Idaho firemen's state' convention, Lewiston, September 5-S. Montana Pioneers' annual reunion, Helena, October 3-5. Columbia River Methodist Episcopal conference, Moscow, Idaho, August 23. Washington State Press association, Spokane, September 4-6. Montana State Baptists' convention, Butte, Sept...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 September 1905

L, INO LB UM! LIN OL] £IJ AI! Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH - EDITOR and PROPRIETOR ~ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 tsix Months .... .75 Three Months .... .50 Colonizing Reclaimed Land. The most important problem which the Irrigation Congress has discussed is that of colonizing re claimed territory! Mr. Smythe, of California, suggested calling upon each state for coloni tsiu proportion 'to its population, a plan not with out difficulties. The most success ful settlements are made by people whose circumstances and habits of !ife are somewhat similar. When the land is divided into small hold ings, considerations of this sort be come of the highest importance, and they would, quite likely, be ignored if colonists were selected by states. Mr. Smythe's remark that all paits of the country are equally interest ed in the reel: med regionsissound "but there is a better way than the one he proposes to apportion the colonists. Before settlers are invited to a! new tr...

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