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

ROFESSIOPNAL CARD I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Hmbalraer Embalmers License No. 11:1 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. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office In New Hank Building C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Offloeover National Hank Building Notary Public Practice fn all courts and United States Courts. Kennewick, Wash. i HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH. " C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kennewick, Wash. Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stftirs in Anion Building Kennewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King Bldg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. F.M.CROSBY, Physician and Surgeon Oiseases of Women and Children a Specialty Office In Bauk Building. Phone s'j3 Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN & SI." 11(3EON Office over the International Bunk I'hone 282 Kennewick. Washin...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 March 1909

WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE Last Week of Session Finds Both Houses Swamped With Bills. MAY HOLD NIGHT SESSIONS Both Houses of Legislature Finally Agree on the Local Option Contro versy—Several Amendments to the Primary Election Law Passed by Senate—Committees Prom Each House Appointed to Confer on Criminal Code-—Other Measures. Olympia, March 9.—lf the on looker were a lumberman he might eptly say there is a •"jam" In the legislative stream. Both houses are badly congested with business, and the closing days will be strenuous for the solons. it seems to be a hab it with legislators to fritter away much valuable time during the early part of the session with useless dis cussion of unimportant bills, whiie the money and other important measures are held back for commit tee tinkering and then rushed through during the closing hours with little consideration. It will take persistent work on the part ol' both houses to handle the great amount of business awaiting action. .Night sessions will ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 March 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 49 MICKJUS DEBATE XHIANIMOUS DECISION OVER PRO!- ■ SER —STRONG ARGUMENT— V 6000 TEAM WORK * lie Kennewick High School de- wus victorious over the High School team in the de late in the high school gymnasium I t Pros** lflst Fri(la >' ° ur Steakers convinced the judges and ; l,e large part of the large audience that local option was the best solu tion of the. liquor question. The exact wording of the question was: Resolved, that the elimination of private profits is the best solution of tlie liquor traffic problem. Pros 9eri for the affirmative presented the advantages of the Gothenburg pystem and the state dispensary laws and attacked the efficiency of prohibition, high license or local op tion as methods of controlling the Ikraffic. Kennewick strongly ex posed the weaknesses of state con trol and presented elaborate argu ments that the attendant evils of ihe traffic were increased rather Rian minimized where the state control plan was in force...

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

r~Do You Need an Abstract £ I#JT \\ e have just completed full photographic rec onJs of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti- i tas, Yakima and Benton Counties and <•; n furnish i, abstracts to any real property in each of these conn- !. ties. Our Prosser office attends to ail al stract work. V ill Benton county. Orders will have piompt atten- # tiou. Prices reasonable. I Consolidated Abstract Co. i ' r r 5 FOR I | 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES MOUNT/ IN CROWN ALFALFA SEED j BY THE OUNCE OR TON Hamilton Supply Co. j The home of the F:arly White Star j I THE VA I iLE V i I BARN j I < I Livery and Transfer j Baggage and Express ? < | Enclosed Bus to Meet nil S. P. and S. Trains ami all D >at~. 1-rrnrti_^ I c SOW GOOD SEEDS "T am sending yon two views of my exhibit at tie Lcsviston-Clark fctou Fair which tock first prize. Hope you have rc:i<l some of. the uico tlu-gt diid about the display. V.'e took f rst Gvden Truck. No doubt Mr. Newton, Secretary, has so notified yo*i....

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

A MAN'S SUIT WANTS | j tl Want Style I Want Service J And you'll right. It You're wise. m i 'Vf is wasted if von don't f between therrinceand get good In" rvi A smart, spic-and- i span stylish suit is a 1 hat s what get J All the striking new su j t the fabric i.i right f features are here, as 7 well as che more con- Then t]ie | servative cuts ever' that goes into our suits 9 ' one i n exactly the means long wear, for J right fashionable lines. is tl,orol - v we " ,lon "' I But, best of all, this Where a hot iron K style and shapliness is shapes most suits long a tailored into each gar- enodgh to sell them, « ment— it will have our suits are perma- i Chkaß ° thatstylish appearance nently needle-mould- J until it is worn out. Ed into shape. J The Man who buys his Spring Suit here will » get both the Style and Service. | The Toggery, Men's Head-to-Foot Clothiers j. I Shanafelt & Sons f HEAD-TO-FOOT CLOTHIERS f LIME AND SULPHUR SOLUTION ARSONATE OF LEAD KEROSENE EMULSION All Spray ...

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

FINLEY ITEMS Mr. and Mrs Van Dinen are enjoy ing a visit with their (laughter from Spokane. Mr. anil Mrs. N. ('. Howies hail re latives visiting- them from Yakima last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lyons arriv ed at the parental home Friday even ing! Rom California Clarence ex pects to locate in the valley. Messrs. Finley and Angell ar- put ting in tiie pipe line from the big ditch for I)r. Gould's land. This lias recently been leveled and will lie one of the finest tracts in the valley. Rev. Rounds and G. N. Annis are building and getting ready to put their land under cultivation. Mr. E. (>. Drowu is assisting them in this work. Dr. C. V. Delepine was called Mon day to attend Mrs Frank Lyons who lias been ill for some time. She is inu:di better and will be able to be out again soon. There will be vacation next week ill the schools It being Institute week at Will I a Walla. MeHsrs. Morelund & Sasse have more orders coming in for butter and euus than they are able to till. Bring...

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

A big chance for graft In 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 before you buy. I will examine your 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, - - - Wwhlngton ############# SPeople You Know* f;# #####'§>##### Friday, March 26,1909 Mrs. H. H. Humphrey has ban visiting iu Spokane. C L. Holcomb, the attorney, went to Spokane Monday on business. E. A. Ueed lias been in Walla Walla tills week on business for the Chas H Collins Co. Mr. Merrit of Kenmare, N 1> visit ed his former neigh 1 tors the Ciraven fllundw between trains Monday even ing. VV. R. Bevier and family have m...

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

COOPERS FOUND GUILTY fury Compromises Ja ('asp and Fixes 20 Years as Sentence. N'ashville Tenn., March 22.—Colo nel Duncan B. Cooper and his son Robin were found guilty in the sec ond degree of the murder of ex- Senator Carmack Saturday by ihe jury that has been hearing the case for the past nine weeks; and upon DUNCAN B. COOPER. recommendation of the jury, which in Tennesse has the power to fix sentence in all but first degree crimes, were sentenced to the maxi mum penalty ot yoais in tlie state penitentiary. One-Cent Postage Is Manned. Washington, March 23.—One cent postage is provided in a bill which Representative Bennett of New York has introduced. The measure pro vides that, beginning January 1, 1910, the rate of postage on all let ters mailed within the United States for domestic points, including drop letters, shall be 1 cent per ounce or fraction. KIDNAPED BOY RECOVERED Willie Whit la Is Returned to His Parents by Abductors Cleveland, March 23. —Little Wil lie Whitla, who h...

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

POFESSIOPNAL CARD I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Embalmer . Embalmf.rs License No. lis Calls Answered Night or Oay Store Phone 302 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. O. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office In New Bank Building C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Office orer National Bank ltuUJlng Notary Public Practicc In all court* «nd United State* Courts. Kenhewick, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kenuewick, Wash. Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office upstairs is Air on Building Kenuewick, Wash. Practise In All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King B!dg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. F. M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Diseases of Women anil Children a Specialty office in ltauk Building. Phone 593 Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over the International Bank Phone 282 Kennewick. Was...

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

;' EVERBBEEH' SVATE 1 * Interesting Items Gathered • • From All Parts of the State. * Ami-Fledge Bill Killed. Olvmpia — The anti-pledge bill, which attempted to disqualify for any office of legislative character candidates who signed a pledge to support any particular measure, was vetoed Monday by Acting Governor Hay. The bill also made it a misde meanor to circulate such pledges. The governor has also approved the new criminal code, which re places all original laws in this state. Among new matters the code makes tipping a misdemeanor, prohibits bucket-shop and stock exchange gambling, prohibits screens in sa loon windows or doors and makes unlawful the sale of rectified or blended spirituous liquors. Governor Hay also announces he will permit the general appropria tion bill to become a law without his signature. Pullman Batik Out $200. Colfax—-The Pullman First Na tional Bank checked up $200 short last week after a hurry-up loan to a man claiming to be J. W. Watkins, rancher, who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 April 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 50 IHIHHE MfIUONS FOB IIKIMI VALLEY uiLF MILLION ACRES RECLAIMED. WORK UNDER WAY Senator W. L. Jones has written 'along frank letter to his constit uents in the Yakima Valloy. lie outlines the comprehensive plan the Reclamation Service has for the de velopment of the valley which pro vides for irrigating and reclaiming a half million acres. This work must be done a unit at a time, as funds become available in the Re clamation Fund. About three million dollars have already been expended by the de partment to date. To reclaim the entire half million acres it is esti mated that the twenty millions will be required for distributing canals and works while three millions more will be required for storage dams .and works. ' It is pointed out that this stu pendous task is a work which only the government is capable of hand ling as a whole. The government can do it economically for the rea son that no interest charge will be laid against the funds. While i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 April 1909

Home Course In Modern Agriculture S. —How a. Seed Starts to Grow By C. V. GREGORY, Agricultural "Dixiificn. lotua State College Copyright. 190 S. by American Press Association SEED is a simple thin? to look at. Ii rnfcbt as well bo a f£~A pebble or a gram of sand lot- all there set-rus to be to it. Only a bean, you say. yet there's a IT7 • • • l den I more to that bean than you ever dreamed m'. Take a be.in—just an ordinary white be:>n « r.t f tlit' pantry—and !»><>l: at it. Tin' smooth white obiter cove-inir is the set 1 coat. I' is almost water light and is a projection for ill - parts t}i:i! lie within. On one side yen will in a very conspi.'ikhis spot. This Is the seed scar and is the place where the little stem that fastened the bean lo the • . wrs attacned. Near one end <>f the seed scar, or hilum. as the brtanNts «-a 11 it. is a small round hole, the micropyle. If yon put a bean in water it will soon begin to swell be cause of the water which it absorbs thro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 April 1909

pROF I A R DS I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Enrbalmer EMi'Ar.MKKS Ijcexsk No. 11:5 Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 ■J. V Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. 0. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office in New Dank I»uilding C. L HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Ititeii-Uiomd Hani; Kutl.ting Ni.lnr\ I'uMii- J'ractiep in hll s titf l ouri- a in! I nited Stales Cuiirtv Kciinewick, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the (iallery Building KEXXEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kennewick, Watli Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at i aw Office up-stairs in Amon Building Kennewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King B!dg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. ! F.M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Di-Hj.sKs of Women and Children a Specialty u< Bauk Building Phone 5»3 Dr F. H. COONE ■•HYsiciAX & SUROEON Office over the International Bank Phone 282...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 April 1909

$100 reward to anyone who will prove that we do not sell just as we advertise menti -gjMj ment y\ FTER weeks and even months of planning and ceaseless work, and ihrcugh cur perfedt buying organization of 62 stores (all buying in carload lots) we now have awaiting your approval by far the best and rrxst complete showing cf Diy Goods, Ladies' ready-to-Wear garments and Shoes ever shown by any other merchant in Kennewick, and while we make the positive ascertion that we have such implicit faith in our goods that we guarantee every article sold and at the same time guarantee a saving of from 7to \ in every department. We make no idle boast when we say that we sell for less that other merchants buy at. All we ask is a compari son of prices and quality of goods. The rest is easy. 124- cent best double width percales 81 cents Table Linen Fine silver bleached linen like you have paid 75c for, our price 59c. The 90c quality 65c The $1.00 quality 75c Our finest imported satin dam asks at 98c,...

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

A big chance fob graft In the optical business there are almost unlimited opportunities to g-aft and swindle the people who are obliged to patronise the optician and the temptation is too great for many, and they take advantage ot 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 before you buy. I will examine your eyes free of charge and guaran tee to fit you perfectly or your mon ey refunded. A large stock of lensi s always on hand. L. R. Whitelock JEWELER Kennewick. - * * Washington f People You Know| Friday, April 2, 1909 Kuppenlieiiner clothes arc tin.* best At the Toggery. Wanted at Ouct —good, fresli milch , c tw. O. W. Rich. tf Improved fifteen-acres fur reut; in quire of D. \N . Owen. Miss Alia Kennen, of lowa in the < clerk at Ashbaugli's. < Four hundred choice dew berry plants for sale. W. M. trans. For the best buy, W ashburn-croe- 1 by'a Gold Medal Flour at Kolb's. 1 C. A. Johns...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 April 1909

f Do You Need an Abstract $ J fl]T e have just completed full photographic rec- 'i > on Is of the original recordsot Klickitat, Kitti- i f tas. \akima and Denton Counties and cj;n furnish «, * abstracts to any real property in each of t liese coun m tics. Our Prosser office attends to all al stract work }in Menton county. < >r«lers will have piompt atten- > f tion. Price's reasonable. I > Consolidated Abstract Co. \ Hamilton Supply Co. For fresh Feeds, Seeds and Poultry Supplies Ilay and < irain it is THE ONLY PEACE! SEED POTATOES "Tin: AMERICAN WONDER" are 15 min utes earlier than the famous "Wiiitk Stahs" prrTE \ r ALLEY j BARN . Livery and Transfer < | and Exprt ss J [) Enclosed P>n- Moot nil S. P. and S. Trains and all l><>ats. jj For Prompt Service call up 142 "Z am sending you two views of my exhibit at the luewisfon-Clarlc (■*'..! Fair which took first prize. ITo;>o you have road some of the nice about the display. T.'o took first o& Or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 April 1909

1 HjPlS THREE OF FESTIVITIES ill iffeviC THl§ KC4 OUR rouß ™ b^ , f iit f YE>IR Irt BUSI/iESS. WE Hj4VE GROW/I b^« u6T % %K:HS t VE SMkL rtOT CHjMGC OUR AETHODS \ * 4> BUT VE &HAkk ErtBEyIVOR TO TRE^T ft /'•' YOU EVErt BETTER I/i THE TO COAE. TMrt BURIrtG THOSE TH^T *£.4 MVE PASSES. I. / JIPPRCeMTI/16 THE Pj4TRO/MGE OF THIS COAAU/UTY. WE FEEL. TftdT >i : -•*...-- BURI/iG THIS OUR &IRTHBj4Y WEEK. WE SHOULB GIVE. RATHER TH>M RE - CCIVE PRESENTS, THEREFORE DURiftG OUR jMrtIVERSySRY WE WILL A/3KE PRICE REBUCTIOrtS WHICH MEMS WE GIVE A fIOAtEY-PRESE/IT TO EVERY CUSTOMER BY A LOWER PRICE O/i YOU BUY. B>lßG>HrtS EVERYWHERE. Thursday, April t—Friday, April 2~Saturday, April 3 For New Walking Skirts Worth 6.00, 7.50 and $8.50 There are 24 in the lot—l 7 just came in by ex press. Colors: Gray, Black, Brown and Navy. The illustration herewith is one of the new skirts, either in Black or Gray. Every skirt is fitted perfectly before leaving the store. 15c Best Standard ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 April 1909

SOCIALIST ADDRESS (leo. K. Boomer, of Prosser, will address the public on the live social issues of the day at the Dreamland pavilion next .Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. .Mr. Boomer was the socialist cand date for governor List fall and will g've a spirited and able talk on the public questions from a socialist standpoint. iNJ<MTI]N BEMEO Judge Preble sitting for Judge Holcomb yesterday denied the pe tition of Win. Frans and the resid dents of the (Jurden tracts for an order to i est rain the election board from receiving the v te-j of tho e who had regi.-tevd on March 24th. Tne temporary restraining order was ask on the ground that they were not legally registered, for the reason that the law provides that the books should be closed ten days preseeding the election, which ac cording to the theory of plaintiff was at midnight March 23. The question of the proper meth od of counting the time the Judge did not pa>-» on i.nd so far as an adjudication of that point is con cern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 April 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 51 I NEW DOCK IS DONE MUCH LARGER than the first PLANS CALLED FOR The Kennewick Improvement Co.'a dock at the landing was com pleted last Friday and the new b>at the Inland Empire, was the first boat to tie up at the new wharf. The twenty to thirty tons of cargo 'for this point was then unloaded in about half an hour, which gives some idea of the way the dock will help in the rapid handling of river freight.. For s.orage purposes a floating warehouse will be erected at once which will complete the work and give the .shippers on the Columbia the lx>st accommodations at Kennewick of any point on the river. The original contract for the dock called for 22 bents and the bid of Mr.Clark, the contractor, was $3050 After the work was well under way It whs decided that the tramway plan be given up and the dock be made enough wider to permit teams >to drive on it and unload direct to the boat and turn around at the ex treme end and drive off. To a...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 April 1909

: Do You Need an g 1 tfTT We have just completed full photographic roc- 'i | Tu ords.of the original reeords of Klickitat, Kitti tas, Yakima and Benton Counties and can furnish « abstracts to any real property ineaeliof thosecoun- {' , tics. ()ur I'rossor ofliee attends to all abstract work k in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten- $ ! t-ion. Prices reasonable. I r Consolidated Abstract Co. IVosser i Hamilton Supply Co. For fresh Feeds, Seeds and Poultry Supplies Hay and Girain it is THE G)XLY PLACE! SEED POTATOES "The AMERICAN WOXDEB" are 15 min utes earlier than the famous "White Stars" THE VALLEY i BARN Livery and Transfer and Express j; Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. <| For Prompt Service call up 142 \ " 1 1 1 " ■ ■ - SOW GOOD SEEDS ErtsbUihedlßßs I>ealers VI H I "I am sending yon two views of my exhibit at tb® Lewiston-Clark fttou Fair which took first prize. Hope you have rend some of the nice things said about the display. V.'e took...

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