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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 April 1909

Home Course In Modern Agriculture ll.—How Plants Eat and Grow By C. V. GREGORY, Agricultural Division. lotva Slaie Collect Copyright. 1903. by American Press Association EVERT growing plant Is a little factory. The green coloring i matter of the leaves, or chlo rophyll, Is the engine. The ranilght Is the power that makes the engine go, and the air, water and some jf the substances in the soil are the raw materials. Under the stimulating Influence of lunllght the chlorophyll takes the car bon dioxide gas of the air and the wa ter, nitrogen and minerals which the rupts send up In the form of crude sap tud tears them to pieces. Then it puts them together again in hundreds of different ways. It makes them into the starch of the potato or the sugar of tbft sugar beet. It puts them together In another way and makes the hard, horny gluten of a kernel of popcorn or the tough fiber of a cornstalk. By VIO. HI—THE GBOWTH OF COBW BOOTS. building them up In still different ways It makes the hard...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 April 1909

MEN'S AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING! OF— | Distinctive s °i° /T^k A Fashion Show for Men —for the man of af- E jtf \\IlM - ' fairs, for the young business man, for other JBft vjJr - __ J men, G. W. Shanafelt & Sons' standard, the mmg ' Kuppenheimer Make W Now, if you are ready to take up the clothes question (and 'tis time you were) you will find -a ' here the most attractive display ever. The .iM new models, patterns and colorings are ex- ciM fjL, ceptionally handsome. Soft greens and tans I £<ojf f Jf-Ljj^TrlfL will be much in demand as will also the blue _Jfc* |r i | JL'/i Yll worsteds in self colored stripe effects. Every Mm v-5 f.M j-J| t man's taste is provided for. Let us show you. Wml Shanafelt & Sons HEAD-TO-FOOT CLOTHIERS H-gm**. Ladies Home Journal Patterns to Arrive Soon The Store That Serves You Best 13 Stores Under One Roof We Announce our Introductory Sale of New Merchandise From Our Different Sale Sections Beginning Friday, April 9 and Running to and Including Tues...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 April 1909

A BIG CHANCE FOB GRAFT In the optical business there are almost unlimited opportunities ttr graft and swindle the people who. are obliged to patronise the optician and the 1 temptation is too great for many, and they lakf'advantage of the people's ignorance- in this line and rob.theji^wUJ^out.men'y. If yon are in ueed of anything in, in this line, before you buy.. I-.-wiH examine* yoiir free of charge and guaran tee to .fit yoit perfectly'or-your mon ey refunded. Alarge.stpck.-of lenses hand?' . ..V L. R. Whitelock —jeweler— Kennewkk. - * Wrts»iin ß ton; Speople You Know| <§)########## Friday, April 9,1909 For ttent—Desk room. , , -»«.•' Omar VV. Ulch lnv. Co. Kuppenheimer clot hes am the best At the Toggery. p. .J, Murphy,has sold ids ranch pn the Hifchlamls, Wanted at Once—Rood, fresh milch cow. O. \V; itit-h. tf Improved fifteen-acres f«»r rent; in quire of r). \V, Owen. L K. Johnson wan a business vis itor to Pfosscr Tuesday. -Four hundred choice dew-berry plants for' Sale. W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 April 1909

r Cameron's New Horti cultural Law Details of Fruit Growers are Placed Un der Strict Control "An Act relating to horticulture and < prescribing penalties for the violation t ttjereof and declaring an emergency. 1 Be it enacted by the Legislature of the < State of Washington. 1 ~Bectlon 1. The oft'lc9 of State Corn- i (piftfiloner of Horticulture is hereby ere- ] ated. which office shall be filled by ap- 1 $glntment of the Qovernor of the State < of Washington. ■ Sec. 2. The State Commissioner of Horticulture shall be a skilled horti culturist. He shall be appointed prior to April 1, 1909 and shall qua'ify with in ten days after his appointment and hold his ofllce for a term of four years, and a vacancy In such office shall only occur by (death), resignation or t&e rernoval of the Incumbent a? here la provided. He shall be a citizen of the United States and be shall have be«n a resident of this state not less than three years prior to the date of bis appointment. Sec. 8....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 April 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Hnibalmer Emhalmeks 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 Bank liullding C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Intenntional Bank Building Notary Public Practice In all state courts and United States Courts. Kennewick, Wash. 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-stairs in Amon Building Keuuewick, 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 of Women and Children a Specialty Office in Bank Building. Phone 5'J3 Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over the International Bank Phone 282 Kennewick. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 April 1909

x tOU may be as particular about your clothes as you like; about style, about the cut and model, about fit, about quality; you may even think you cant get what is good enough ready-made. t a _ All right, that means you haven't seen our Spring Line of new Suits from • j Hart, Schaffner & Marx - x j, | and that means, if you're as sensible as we think you are, ;•* | u# ISSrHL | that you're going to see then before you spend any money. T. | We tell you this: For Style, for tailoring, for all-wool, |*i ) M ® honest quality of fabrics, no tailor or clothier can match i,i .llBgM jlB | them; and we know it. It's money in your pocket to let us P roVe you better clothes than usual. j J Howard & Foster Fine Shoes for Men help to make life's walk easy. They y -j j are all you could ask for in fine shoes. Service, Comfort and Style equal g \ |ij *° a si* dollar shoe, but at a less price: $4 to $5. Made in all good leathers. !«j \ | This Store is the Home of || ' | Hart, Schaffner & ...

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

Vol. VII. K. T. Co. #j|Below you will find a poem on tU ''Hosiery" It's a practical poem. One that will appeal to all. Read it. "II <> S 1 K K V No. 814 Uiilies' Black Hosiery 12 1-2 c tin* 20c grade ■Slo " " " 12 1-2 c " 20c grade " 82*. " 44 " I'M- "22 1 2 " XI4 " 44 " 4 20 c " 2.5 c grade 222*1 21 i* 30c grade l(>") " " " 2(> <• ' 3oc grade 4'M* size< ■"> to'.l l-"> Misses Hosiery 12 1-2 c " 20c grade 177 4 4 ~> 1-2 to 11 44 " 1") c 44 22c grade 192 44 oto9 1-2 4 4 4 4 22 c 44 30c grade 11.» ' Uto 10 Boys Rock ('roof hose If) c 14 2->c grade 132N Men's Fancy Hosiery He 44 22c grade *>ir, 44 tan 44 12 e 4 4 2'K- grade 109 "" l-'ic 4 4 23c grade '.*27 44 20 c 4 4 2"»e grade (Ho 44 Mack 4 12 e 44 20c grade ION 44 " " 1 c 4 4 23c grade 7' > 4 4 4 4 4 4 2") e 44 30e grade Kennewick Trading Co. YOUR LAST CHANCE! To Get Rhode Island Red Eggs For $6 per Hundred | Positively the last season we will sell eggs for the above Price. No better stock in the N...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 April 1909

TARIFF BOURBONS & THE PEOPLE; Congressman r ordney of Michi gan, who is interested primarily in lumber, showed that he could take a broad view ot the tariff situation when he said that he would like to have the tariff on cotton goods so high that no foreigner could make a shirt to be worn on the back of the man in Mississippi who produced raw cotton, says the Chicago Record- Herald. This is the stone wall theory earried to its logical conclusion. It should apply, of course, to lumber as well as to cotton, and to every manufactured j article that i- made in the United States.f§lt would not only prevent competition from the foreigner, but put a stop to importa tions and to revenues from customs duties. With such perfect protec tion the government would l>e de prived of about three hundred mil lions annually. Mr. Fordney, however, is not the first advocate of the theory. It has been suggested hy other standpat or standpatter states..,en in moments of patrioti«- enthusiasm. The l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 April 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. IPETMI POULTRY RANCH TRIPP DESCRIBES POULTRY RAIS ING ON BIG SCALE lam learning the poultry husi neß? : it headquarters. Am working 0 n the ranch of H. A. George. Ik-re are a few facts about the place. Size 22 acres, value $2">,000. number of buildings, 48; laying hens, 2,500; chicks seven to ten weeks old, 6,<>00 (these will all be sold lit 12 weeks old, most all of them already contracted for). 22 incubators of 500 egg capacity which have been running full blast since December. Altout one-third of the machines hatch each week and are immediately filled up again up again, but the hatching season is nearly over now. Six of the machines are hatching today, chicks will all be out tomorrow. He has hatched about 2000 chiks a week for the past eight or ten weeks. These chicks are all contracted for before the eggs are set. He lias 11' brooder houses 1 1x24 each. Has a gas plant for making gasoline gas which is piped to brood er houses and incu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 April 1909

Do You Need an Abstract™^ | f]T We have just chidpleted full photographic roc- \ > S ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti- i f tas, Yakima and IVnton (bounties and can furnish <, * abstracts to anv real propertv ineach of thesecoun- l' J ties. Our Prosser oflice attends to all abstract work y i in Kenton county. Orders will have prompt atten- 5 I tion. Prices reasonable. C > Consolidated iUjstract Co. ros?er I farrsiiton Supply Co. For fivl, I'Vod.-, Poultry Supplies llay and Orain it is THE ONLY PLACE! SEED POTATOES "Tirr-: AMERICAN WONDER" are 15 min utes i'm rl ii*r than the famous "White Stars" \ L I TH K VAI jLEYj l :A I iN f Livery and Transfer and Express \ '!• Enclosed r>n< to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. < |[ Eur Prompt Service call up 142 | SOW GOOD SEEDS 1885 "I am sending you two views of my exhibit at the brf«.i Fair-which tock fir;3t prize. Hope you have read c. me of the uico t!.;:.<s rinid about tbo display. V.'o tock C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 April 1909

Home Course In ESI. —Preparing *he Ground P.y C. V. GREGORY, Agric vltural "Division. lcu>a State College Copyright. ISOB. by American Press Association SIXCE the condition cf the soil lias so much to d" with the readiness with which the plants can j.< t food from it one of the most important problems that confront the farmer is the proper preparation ut tiie ground. The tirst work of prepara tion usually consists of plowing. Plow- In" the ground pulverizes it to some extent and buries the weeds and trash (hat hidy be on the surface. Plowing should not be done when the soil is too wet, or the first of these objects will not be accomplished. In stead of being pulverized, the slice turned up by the plow will be packed together more firmly than ever and will bake iiifd a hard clod. The fur row slice will also turn up cloddy if the soil is too dry. A good way to tell when a field is in proper condition to be plowed is to squeeze a ball of the dirt in your band. If it sticks togeth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 April 1909

crsr"~;" ————ad iSTTLES^ om TASMIQNS SoURQ| THE STYLES VE SHOW COME DIRECT, >!T FIRST HMD. FROM w tors or STYLE--MOT >iT SECOMD NjMD FROM IMITATORS. THIS IS WHY YOU A-4Y ICMOV OUR MODES j4RE /(EVER BEHI/iD-TSME BUT UP-TO-TNE- JjMJf MIMUTE. VE KEEP OUR STOCK MEW BY MylKiftG A FJIIR PRICE OA OUR AVER- J&jMi Jf VHEM WE FIRST SHOW IT. THIS MjIKES OUR GOODS SELL MST Atii u * T V^Y STYLES FROM F^SHlort§ " ' Price 25 cents. lil you have seen our fine. We V -"> y never shown so large a stock —such Jj£ — handsome patterns and at so low a price Handsome Line of Every Day Sel e Ladies Fancy Hose Suits $12.50t0527.50 |M|H| W asSl Dresses At prices you lenow are low. 19c a pair for ladies fine lisle em'oroi- ou will have no reason for regret if :|I Vy- fj * i ~ , . | * * ~ • L . lcn dered and lace hose, regular price 33 to you buy your clothes from u;. I •-f II Will At less price than you can buy material Mens work shirts, very best each 3Uc ja al *c j i u I] Hiii , , 1 , \ - «/. , ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 April 1909

n BIG change fob graft In the optical business there are almost unlimited opportunities to grift 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 an j ro b them without mercy. If you are in need of anything in in this line, he sure to get my prices before you buy. I will examine our eyes free of charge and guaran tee to fit you perfectly or your mon ey refunded. A larje stock of lenses always on hand. I. R. Whitelock JEWELER Kennewick, - * " Washington §############ f People You Know| Friday, April 16, 1909 or rent—Three houßes. See Frank Emlgh. For Rent—Desk room. Omar W. Rich In v. Co. Kuppeuheltner clothes are the best At the Toggery. Wanted at Once—good, fresh milch cow. O. W. Rich. tf Improved lifteen-acres for rent; in quire of D. W. Owen. For the hest l>u.v, W ashburn-crot - by'sliold Medal Fluurat Kolb's. H. R. Vibber made a business trip to Seattle for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 April 1909

A Study In Anatomy. The brain is the headquarters of the nervous system and contains the cen tral offices of the Anatomical Tele phone company. When the suburban nerve center says. "Ilello, central," the brain either replies "What number*'"' or "Busy" or "nut of order." as the case may be. Sometimes the wires are crossed and the company fails to declare any divi dends, thus placing the entire brain in the hands of a receiver. From the brain issues the spine, which is sometimes useful injnatrimo iiv, althoi!;.!] rarely strong enough in man f- r practical purposes and con- Maiitiy growing weaker the longer he is married. On top of the head the hair grows, «>r is supposed to. in some cases, how ever. it (ails to {.row despite the most painstaking efforts. In ladies there are two kinds of hair —viz. the imported and domestic. In £<•11! letuen also two kinds namely, permanent and transient. The perma nent is seen in wild men. the transient in civilized men when young. At <>ne...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 April 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARD: I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Embalmer Embalmebs License No. ll.'J 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 linnk Huildtng 0. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over lutenntioiiHl Bmik Building Notary I'ublie rrnctire in nil state courts and I'nited States Courts. Kennewick, 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 ap-ntßirs in Amon Building Kenuewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King Blclg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. F.M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon hiseanes of Women and Children a Specialty Office in Bank Building. Phone 593 Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN & SITUUEON Office over the InternationHl Hank Phone 282 Ke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 April 1909

Dustless HousecSeaning gKr. l^1 '-.Tsy • .-^amßamfmrnKmrn^ II The new vacuum cleaner does it with electric power. Attach it to any electric light socket and a turn of the but ton does the work. Delivered at your home at 5:30 one afternoon and w r e call for it the next afternoon at 5:30, all for one round silver dollar. '■! Ihe Pacific Electric Flat-iron, the only iron that you can't burn cut. No hot kitchens, no llltempered housewives no soot, no odor. Iron in comfort anywhere from the front porch to the bathroom. All you need is an electrically equipped house. Phone 682 Yakima Vailev Power Company TWIN CITIES, NEW STEAMER LAUNCHED At 10 minutes after 12 o'clock on April 8, at Celilo, Ore., the steamer Twin Cities of the Open River Transportation company, slid from the ways into the Columbia without a hitch or a lurch, to the music of the whistles of the Inland Empire, which is here loading for the trip to Lewiston. Effie Rhodes of Portland broke the bottle of champagne and christe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 April 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIII. NO. 1 "nw CITIES" 111 HOME PORT -W STEAMER WITH HEAVY CAR '6O GETS JOYOUS REGEPTION An event of greatest importance • n the future commercial develop pfKennewick, was the arrivai, Sun- Jay afternoon, of the new steamer "Twin Cities," bearing the heaviest cargo of freight brought up-river in pjcent years. The Kennewick peo ple were quick to catch the sign ificance of her mission as the enter- ing wedge for lower freight rates and pre her a most enthusiastic recep tion. This welcome was extended long before the boat reached here, for the commercial clubs of Kennewick and ! Pasco, accompanied by the Kenne wick Band and a delegation of 75 or 80 people from Kennewick and a dozen or so from Pasco, went to Hover on the morning train to meet the pretty white ship. Before the start was made it was reported that the steamer had been sighted off Umatilla at 5 o'clock and when the party alighted from the train and looked across the broad expanse of the Columbia ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 April 1909

Do You Need an Abstract q We have just completed full photographic rec- 'i ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti- i tas, Yakima and Henton Counties and can furnish <, abstracts to any real pronertv ineach of these coun- I' ties. Our I'rosser otliee attends to al! abstract work in Henton county. Orders will have prompt atten- 5 lion. Prices reasonable. ( Consolidated Abstract Co. iW,-r { Hamilton Supply Co. For t!•.••?}i F.-ff] •, S.'P.ls and Poultry Suppli. 3 Hay and drain it i- THE ONLY I'LAI'K! SEED POTATOES "Thk AMERICAN \\'< >N I >ER" an* 1") min ute- earlier titan tin* famous "Whitk .Stars" I I 11<] VALLEY BA RN J.i very nn< i Transfer H<\l r* ncl Kxprt-ss Enclosed Bus to .Meet all S. IV and S. Trains and all' Boats. For Prompt Service call up 1 11 foliflftiVifv T nrJcnrCCrfalUyfU '-n,i]^pJLnpJLqn3Crjj- LQfULrjfUjo | We are Prepared to do a General Abstracting | | Bus ness With Neatness and Dispatch | | | 1 . & I YAKIMA-COLUMBIA ABSTR ACT &am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 April 1909

| Home Course In | Modern Agriculture IV.—Water la lis Relation to Plant Growth By C. V. GREGORY. Agricultural "Division. lotva Stale College Copyrisht. IPO9. by American Press Association WE linve already learned some thing of the value (if water as a plant food. This Is only one of its minor uses, however. I» addition to the water which Is decomposed by the plant and used In making starch and other prod ucts. many times as much is used for other purposes. One of the principal of these is dissolving plant food and carrying it upward to the leaves. Aft er reaching the leaves most of the wa ter is evaporated, leaving in the leaf cells the materials which it brought up. The cells of which the leaves are made are very delicate and depend fur their stiffness 011 the water which they contain. Without this water they would collapse in the same way a bi cvele tire does when the air is let out. This is the very thing that happens when the leaves wilt. The rise of water from the roots has be...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 April 1909

AlOrtTH OF BIRDS A/iD FLOW ' WITH ARTISTIC CARE SELECT THL .Vv % f ERS DEMANDS THAT YOU WEAR ATTIRE APPAREL AMD ACCESSORIES-TO-DRISS t fffjfiSlßSl in KEEPI/fG WITH SPRIrtGTIME. WE ARE THAT ARE APPROPRIATE TO THE fev T. ALWAYS GLAD VHErt THE SPRIfIG SEASO/J A rtERCHA/tT AUST BE Ati ARTiST. MlS&&rmfr IS ITS HEIGHT, BECAUSE IT £ VES US M O nE ARTIST PAIrtTS A BETTER PIC- W&&1&M PLEASURE TO SHOW FILAY FABRICS AMD TURC JHAn MOTHER, SO LIKEWISE DOES mmmJMF bright colors. • o ae merchant make better selec- ImmMlm m THE. SPRI/tGTIAE e Lf TIOAS FROM THE WORLD S MARKETS THA/I t-Lfia'\ WHfl C ™ C/tT M L fiSS ANOTHER. WE HAVE FOR YOU WHAT YOU "• f GOODS AT Ati THAT Vl§H VCARE rtOT AFRAID CF A COM- WMfj W | ' Mens' Summer Underwear We think you can get about what you want of us in underwear this sea son. In separate drawers and shirts we have them as low a* - - 35c Better ones at 50c, 65c and $1.25 Union suits i.< '0-1.25-! .75-2.0' '-$2.50 Scrivens separate drawers, each,...

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