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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 February 1909

AVING severed my - j IT tions with the Kennewick % Trading Company, and re- j 11 !| 11 j sumed business with W. J ! I j j | : A. Morain i n Fuller 's old | LLLLI stand, I wish to thank my many friends for their patronage in the past and kind wishes for future business and assure you no effort will be spared to please one and all. IJOur dealings with our customers will stand the closest inspection and i severest test. § Come in and try I us and bear in mind that— J "Morain & Hawes" j is the trade mark for old fashioned f honesty and Abe Lincoln justice. f Established ISBS r— i ctmc Sold By Ml ■ m AU mm I ■■ w Dealers w ■ ■ mmL J "I am sending you two views of my exhibit at the Lewiston-Clark gton Fair which took first prize, llope you have read some of the nice things said aboat the display. ,We took first on Garden Truck. No doubt Mr. Newton. Secretary, has so notified you. I made a special of an acre exhibit. I can safely say that it takes a lot of my time since the fair showin...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 February 1909

me Lincoln Centenary Lincoln's Character —A Summing Up By JANES A. EDGERTON f Copyright, 1I«09. by American Press Asso ciation. J WILLIAM H. HGUNDON tells a story of Lincoln that reveals at once the prophetic in sight which at times startles us in his complex character. hi s aptness at Illus tration and the met hud of his own selection for leadership. It was In 1809, when war seemed pos s 1 b 1 e. Herndon feared In such a crisis the lack of a supremely great leader. Lincoln had faith In the masses, faith that they would And their leader, and to make clear his mean ing made use of this figure: "ONE GREATER THAN AI.L THE REST Wll.L LEAP MIRTH." "tJo to the river bank with a coarse sieve and till it witli gravel. After a vigorous shaking you will observe that the small pebbles and sand have sunk from view and fallen to the ground. The next larger In size, unable to slip between the wires, will still be found within the sieve. B.v thorough and repeated shakings you will find that of the...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 February 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 44 IHL SCHOOL ELECTION ELECT DIRECTORS. SATURDAY, MARCH 6TH Th 3 annua! school election comes this year >n Saturday, March 6th, and the voters of District 17 will have t\v.» directors to select to suc ceed James ('rowel 1 who is serving by appointment until the next an nual election and to succeed S. T. Laird who tendered his resignation on Tuesday of this week. Mr. Laird tenders his resignation at this time -o that the vacancy can be fill ed at the election and the people can make the selection instead of being filled by appointment bv a few men. At the sch >ol electa on in an incorporated, town the polls are opm from Ip.m.to Bp. m. Tli •1> >ard may designate place of holding the election and on account of the talk of the voters at previous elections, we suggest to the bjard that the election be held at the Commercial Club room on ac count of the greater c mvenience. Mr. Helander, the expert ac countant, has c unpleted the work of exp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 February 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Hmbalmer F,MriAu:!;Rs License No. lis Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 C. V. Delepine Physician end Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phcnes Office 782 Residence 783 C. O. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office in New Hank Building J. W. CALLICOTTE. . Attorney At Law . Prosecuting Attorney, Benton «."onnt> Twenty Years Practiee* Room 8 Taylor blk, I'rosser, Wa*h HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the (lallery Building KENNEWICIv, WASH. C- STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kennewick, Wash. Offices In C. 0. Andersm's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office np-stairs in Amon Building Keunewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in Kiig B'dg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH r. M C 033Y, M.D C.M Pi'-i' :-ic.aa arcl Si 3ean 111 \v. at il ClitMrei ii St i-. . fy Olti.-j- in l>;»11k I'. . liiinjr j-r,,,•,. ; Dr. F. H. COONE riIYSICIAN it SURGEON Office over the Columbia I'liHrnifloy I'honp Hous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 February 1909

LEGISLATURE Over 500 Bills Are Before the Senate and House With Few Acted On. LOCAL OPTION BILL MAY PASS Committee Likely to Offer a Number of Amendments to Criminal Code. , Legislators Would Free Candi dates From All Fledges—Acting- Governor Hay Would Close One Normal School — Anti-Racetrack Gambling Bill Now a Law. Olympia, Feb. 16. —When the leg islature convened Monday afternoon it had 25 days of business ahead of it, for on March 11, at midnight, it will have to close under provision of the law. With practically a week over half the session gone, the actual work of the lawmakers is infinitely unimportant. The first bill passed provided for the payment of the ex pense of the session and four other appropriation followed. Aside from these bilky*jut three measures have been passed and presented to the governor, the most important of which is the anti-racetrack gambling bill. Local option has been passed in the house, and is now before the senate. The eight-hour day for wo men bill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 February 1909

K. T. Co. We sold fourteen boy's suits from our Bargain Counter last Saturday. The results of our Bargain Sale were so satisfactory that we have placed Thirty Boy's Suits on sale at the flat price of— $1 a Suit REGARDLESS of Size or Former Price. In addition, we will sell Boy's Felt Hats at 30c each in black and brown, in all sizes. •J Watch this space for bargains each week. Kennewick Trading Co. no N'T PEAD THIS \ YOU MIGHT HAVE something that needs "fixin'. " Any old thing from a baby carriage to an antomobile; from an electric door bell to a trolley car REPAIRED. MECHANICAL ELECTRIC COMPANY KennewMc. Wn. F. E COULSON, PROP. Phone 532 1 liSEL OUR ADVANCE SPRING JiEl 8 Our Store. Every Day Prices UT "1 7¥ T\. T£ V Better for you • SnUWlfNu# • • • yS • — ——— j A 0 UR Advance Spring Showing will give you an idea of what you may expect of this store for • 1909. Many of our New Lines are now ready for inspection and they are combined with excel- J I lence and economy. That "Something ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 February 1909

A big change for graft In the optical I airiness there are almost unlimited opportunities to graft and swindle the people who are oblige*! to patronise the optician and the temptation is too great for many, and they take advantage of the people''s ignorance in this line and rob them without mercy. If you are in need of anything in in this line, he sure to get my prices More you buy. I will examine \our eyes free of charge and guaran tee to Ht you perfectly or your mon ey refunded. A large stock of lenses always on hand. L. R- Whitelock JEWELER Kennewick. - Washington ♦People You Know| Friday, February 19, 1909 Good table board, $5 50 per week at the Hotel Leard. G. A. Yancey the Spokane real estate man, was in Tuesday on busi ness. For Rent—Steam-lieated office rooms. First International Rank. Eyes tested free ot WhiteiocK's. Ranch for rent. See John F. Shafer Mrs. ('. W. Story's fine residence on ! Washington street is approaching completion and will make tbe family \ an elegant ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 February 1909

Do You Need an Abstract T' W«" have just completed full photographic rec- ,i ; ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti- \ j tas, Yakima and Kenton Counties and can furnish «; abstracts to any real property in each of these coun- 1 . ties. ()ur l'rosser office attends to all abstract work \, in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten- S tion. Prices reasonable. < Consolidated Abstract Co. i ' ros?er • FOR SALE 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES MOUNTAIN GROWN ALFALFA SEED BY THE OUNCE OR TON Hamilton Supply Co. The home of the Early White Star THE VALLEY j 15 ARN Livery and Transfer and Express « Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. V For Prompt Service call up 142 < SOW GOOD SEEDS "I am Bending you two views of my eskibit at tho Lewiston-Clarlc« 6ton Fair which took first prize. Hope you have rend some of the nice things said about the display. Y> © took Crr.t on Garden Truck. No doubt Mr. Newton Secretary, has so notified you. I made a special of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 February 1909

WE WILL GIVE $100.00 TO ANYONE WHO WILL PROVE THAT WE DO NOT SELL JUST AS WE ADVERTISE / _ ' ~ *■ ■ t v- - -- arama—im —— —-—-— -v | ii one s disappointed | J we CUT prices. STOCK REDUCING SALE WHEN we came to Kennewick, six months ago, and opened our £ore in our present quarters, it was with the intention that for this Spring's business we would have a larger room, (for being in the Carr combine and buying practically all goods in car load lots, our Stores soon take their proper places, in the lead.) We thought we had definitely arranged for our present room to be made at least twice as large as it is now, and when we were in the market we bought accordingly. . .. WE HAVE BEEN DISAPPOIiypa) o Our room will not be made larger. Our goods are coming in by the dray loads, shelves Jujl, counters full, still they iotas. want at atfoutf'' one-half the "price you would pay for same qoaht^- any other store. .*„?I J5«3 — . 1 1hifi' wwxl i:SAIMcBKCiKVH SATURm^EEl^^l!^^j^^OgatS!". 5 ;V s " V! ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 February 1909

FRUIT GROWERS AS SOCIATION ACTIVE NEW MANAGER-NEW SITE AKD NEW PLANS The directors of the Kennewiek Fruit Growers? Association are mak ing an aggressive campaign and ex pect to enter largely into Spring business Last week the lktard elected E. M. Sly manager <»f the Association for the season. Mr. Sly has excellent qualifications for the position and is well known in the Valley as the owner of the Haxton ranch. Before coming to Kenne wick he had for twenty years been engaged in the mercantile business, doing a yearly business running into the thousands and much of it wa in handling farm products. He i.- an active, aggressive business man, well suited by ability and long ex perience for the position. The management have practical ly closed arrangements with Supt. ,). L. I)eForce for the best site on the side track and the board found that the Northern Pacific was ex ceedingly friendly and willing help the Association in every way possib.e. The Wisrk i-f increasing the sub scriptio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 February 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 44 gamble gets good job GENERAL MANAGER FOR ST. PAUL . YARDS IN WASHINGTON C. \V. Gamble will assume the general manager's position for the Eastern Washington System of the St. Paul A' Tacoma Lumber Co., sometime next month. He will have control of 19 yards for the Company. He succeeds W. P. Tay lor who is compelled to resign on account of failing health. Mr. Taylor has been with the company for the last 10 years and rose from the ranks to be manager suceeeding Miles Cannon. He leav es now of his own accord, much to the regret of toe St. Paul it Tacoma people, as well as that of his sub ordinate's and the customers of the company all over the valley. Mr. Gamble will move to North Yakima the first of the month. He lias been assistant to Mr. Taylor for some time and aas been in the em ploy of the St. Paul Company for several years. A considerable part of the time he has been in the Ken newick yard in the different posi tions and has a host of friend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 February 1909

PROFESSION A L CARDS I. N. Mueller liuieral Director Hmbalmer Kmmat.mkks I.h task Xn. IT:: Answers.") Night or Day Store i'h'»ne 302 (1 Y. I )<'!('piiu■ Physician arid Surgeon Office in Hccc! Building Phonos Office 73? Residence 783 C. O. ANDERSON Lawyer, Olfice in New I^llis.linii" J. W. CALLiCOTTE. . Attorney, At Law . rri>Mi-<-utin'J! Mt'n'icy. In 1 -<i o YfiU> Pi :tt't lie. K'» u> :< TM.VI r lilk . PnH^r.Was!) H U Ivl PHFs EY & COLE Lawyers Ofiiie in the (niilevy ]>uil<liiiK kknx!:wic;c, wash. C- STASER Attorney at Lr>vv !n-■ Kemiewic!:, W s . Oiricis in 0. o: *nd-rs<>' »! ■ stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counselor at Law | Office up-stairs in Amen liaiidhig J Keuuewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts I i Dr. j. B. SCHLUND Dsntist Office in K'v.u A 15 dg. Phone 532 KEXNFAVICK, WASH. i I F. M. CP.OS3Y, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon I>isfcaHes of \Vof»it*ii <'liililivn a Specialty Office in I'.imk Ittiilcti iik- Phone ' Dr. F. H. CO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 February 1909

WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE Over 651 Bills Are Introduced, but Only 13 Have Fassed Both Houses. MUCH TIME THROWN AWAY But Two Weeks More Remain for Lawmakers to Act—Hard Fight on Local Option—lnsurance Fees to Be Paid Into State Treasury— Drunkards and Criminal Insane Prohibited From Marrying—Crim inal Code Changed—Divide Doug las County and Name Southern Half Grant. Olympia, Feb. 23.—1f it is con ceded that the fewer laws passed the better for the state, then the pres ent session may ba considered a suc cess, for thus far but 13 bills have passed the legislature, although 651 have been introduced. Six weeks of the session have gone by and prac tically no important measures have been passed. This condition is due largely to the absorbing character of the local option fight, the tendency to adjourn on slight provocation and the disposition to engage in lengthy debates over minor measures. Adjournment has been taken nearly every Friday of the session until Monday. With an Immense amount of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 February 1909

K. T. Co. OUR BARGAIN COUNTER This week has Four Dozen Ladies' "Farweft ,! and Six Dozen Children's Elastic Ribbed Pants and vests at 29c a Garment or 55c a S u i t 1 hese are both 45 cent values. — — There are less than a dozen of those Boys' suits left, which shows the drawing qualities of a genuine bargain. Come and be convinced that these are the real thing. Kennewick Trading Co. no NT PEAD THIS J VOL' MIGHT HAVE something that 1 needs "fixin\ " Any old thing from a baby carriage to an automobile; from an electric door bell to a trolley car REPAIRED. MECHANICAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Kennewlck, Wn. F. E COULSOS, PROP. Phone 532 ••eeM®®®sß©s®®Don®ns[n®®so[SQn[nz]o[o][MeA][N][Y]ne*eMe®se®@e< f /% Spring Fashions Supreme /\ "sprinter" Our advance spring showing will give you an idea of what you may ex w"!i- pect of this store for 1909. Handsome spring suits, skirts and silk cos -5 \&*\ "tont' Hk"»" m w v J" tumes are awaiting your inspection. That "something different" for which •...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 February 1909

k big change for graft 111 the optical business there are almost unlimited opportunities to graft and swindle the people who are obliged to patronise the optician and the temptation is too great for many, and they take advantage of the people's ignorance in this line and rob them without mercy. If you are in need of anything in in this line, be sure to get my prices liefore you buy. I will examine ■r.y OUr eyes free of charge and guaran tee to tit you perfectly or your mon ey refunded. A large stock of lenses always on hand. L. R. Whitelock JEWELER Kennewick. - - " Washington <§># <§####### ### f People You Know| <§;############ Friday, February 26, 1909 Mr: and Mrs. G. E. Todd, J. E.Sells and J. H. Moreland were down from the Bluffs Monday on business. Place your orders for fancy early seed potatoes with the Chas. H. Col lins Co. T. 11. Slusher is back from the hos. pital In Tacoma and verv much Im proved in health. For Rent—Steam-heated office rooms. First Internationa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 February 1909

FINANCIAL CONDITION OF KENNEWICK DISTRICT 17 Expert Helander's Report in Detail, From June 30, 1905, to July 1, 1908 Kennewick. Wa.-h., Feb. 20, 1900. To the linn. Donrd of Directors of School District No. 17:. OKdCr.K f. niCTTAUDSON, st. i.Ainn. JA.VIKS Clt< »\VEI.L.. ' . Directors. Gent lemon: I beg 10 submit a complete report °f the financial condition of nil accounts oi School District No 17 from the formation of llenton County June 30th. 190;'., to July Ist, 190 S. I regret to have kept you waiting s • Ion'; but il was impossible to make an intelligent report until the records of the County had been experted. lam free to say that I do not find anything that docs not reflect with credit on the fionr<l of Directors who have adminis.ered the affairs of the school during thH period. ! be'ieve the report as submitted is self-explanatory and will not enlargv on it riny further. 1 desire to call your attention to on • point only you will notice that the tax levy for the yVar 190...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 February 1909

Do You Need an Abstract $ \\ o have jst coinpleted iuil photographic roc- J ords of tlie original records of Klickitat, Kitti- J tas, akima and Benton (_ ounties and can furnish * abstracts to any real property in each of these conn- £ tics. Our Prosser office attends to all abstract work in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten- > tion. Prices reasonai)le. f Consolidated Abstract Co. Prosser | FOR sale: i 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES! MOUNTAIN GROWN ALFALFA SEED BY THE OUNCE Oil TON Hamilton Supply Co. j The home of the Early White Star THE VALI jKY I HA RN | Liverv nnd Transfer \ Baggage and Express j I Enclosed I ins to Meet all S. I'. and S. Trains ami all Ji< ats. For Prompt Service call up 142 j SOW GOOD SEEDS fNEM? 1««S "I am sending you two views of oy exhibit at tlio Lewiston-C!ark« eton Fair which took first prize. Hope you have read some of the iiico things said about the display. V e took first on Garden j.ruck. .No douht Mr. Newton, Secretary, has so notified y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 February 1909

SOCIALISTS ATTENTION All Socialists, both men and wom en, are cordially invited to attend a meeting to be held in Chas. Ridaatz carpenter shop next Saturday, Felt. 27, at 8:00 P. M. The object of the meeting is to organize a local of the Socialist Party. Emil M. Herman, state organizer of the party will be present. REAL ESTATE TRNASFRS For eastern Benton County as re ported by the Kennewlek Abstract Co, from Feb. 15th to 20th, 1909. Washington Realty « 'o to S P. & S. By. Co, war deed, right of-way over and across the nv\ \ of Sec. 26 8 30, E W M, $100 N PI Co. to John Andrew Shrader war deed, swj£ of Sec 22 7 28, E W M, 100 acres, $1120.00 C. E. Biggs et ux to Christian Jen sen, war deed, S 50 feet of N 100 ft of the E 15 feet of Lot 20 and the SSO ft of the N 100 ft of the Lots 21, 22, 23, and 24, blk 9, First Add to Kennewick, $1025 <0 Geo. E Barnett et h! to Artesian Irrljs. Colon, water deed, all water rights belonging to lot 1, 2, 3. 4, and 5, Warm Water Irrig. 'I raets...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 March 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 40 llMltni Hi AFTER COUNCIL SESSION SPECIAL ELECTION CALLED. POW ER FRANCHISE GRANTED. SALOONS LICENSED The Garden Tracts separation elec tion will be held Sat., April 3d, in the Town Hall. The notice for the election and appointment of the date and officials were made at the Council meeting Tuesday night. F. L. Watson will be inspector, Jos. Oldbrich and C. Stacer, Judges and clerks. Three petitions for renewal of Saloon licenses wore presented and licenses were granted S. S. Darling, for the Kentucky Bar, and Thresher Loyd for the Ranier Bar and to Sylvester & Roseman for the Stag Saloon. The license fee of $600 was paid in each case and on the granting of the license each licensee will file a bond for 81200. Some inquiry was made by the Mayor as to the kind of house they were run ning and suggestions were made about keeping clean places and notice was served that admitting women to the wine rooms in viola tion of the Ordinance would result ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 March 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Embalmer Embalmers LicesseNo. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. O. ANOERSON Lawyer, Office In New Hank Building J. W. CALLICOTTE, * . Attorney At-Law Proiusi'iiting Attorney, (teuton Count) Twenty Year* Practice. Room 8 Taylor blk, Proper, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurauce Kennewick, Wash. Offices In C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stalrs in Amon Building Keuii' Wick. Wash. Practise iii All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUNC Dentist Offi' c in Ki •< H Hhontr 5.v KENNEWCK WASH F. M. CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Diseaaea of Women and Children a Specialty Office iu Rauk Building. Phone 5y3 Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON Office over the International Bank Phone 282 Kennewick. Washington...

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