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

| Do You Need an Abstract / IRJ 0 have ju>l roniplt'U'tl full photographic rec- i 3 ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti- I 1 t a;ikijsia and 1 en on t'ounties and ran furnish « % .'liwii'dr!- to ;!ii\ r< a 1 ro' «11 \ meach of these conn- t | tic-. Our Pros-., r ojiiet> attends to ail abstract woik Y $in Denton county. (M i« r-will have prompt atten- | t tioji. Prices reasonable. I * Consolidated Abstract Co. I,rosser 5 V*"' W*"«£2'»'V*V«%«s3*M*"V j Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells j Ev, in Feefs and Seeds j a Specialty [the valley I HARM ; v Livery and Transfer > 1 ; • i;, f k r and Express I Enclosed SU'.s I■ > Meet ail S. I\ and S, Trains and all Boats. | Fur Prompt Servi -e fall up 112 j< S. M LocLcrby; Pros:.lent H. E. Johr.son, Ca l iier C. W. Lockerby, Vice President 'V : -> -> (if fpnnS IVSSSIK k in, i ast iaiiii sidlsiilfiol halm of KennewicK, Wash. i Capital, $25,000.00 *&ftv Deposit D.-.ve-f lor Kent. lhieresl l J aid on Time Deposits...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 October 1909

household HINTS SOME SEASONABLE RECIPES DUJSSIW FOR ROAST DUCK Instead of the ordinary dressing for duck or other game substitute apples seasoned with salt and pepper and the strong taste of the meat disappears. Pastry wafers may be made from , ma ll piece of left over pie crust. Poll the crust as thin as you can. Sprinkle half of the layer with sugar and nutmeg, then lay the other half over it, sandwich fashion, and cut the whole into tiny squares about two inches across. Bake in a quick oven. These pastry sandwiches should he almost as thin as a wafer and very crisp. A thin grating of cheese may be used as a filling in stead of sugar and nutmeg. Lemon, butter, currant jelly, raspberry jam or strawberry marmalade may also be used as fillings. Spread the fil ling over the pastry in as thin a lay eras possible. SUMMER PLUM PUDDING Two cups brown sugar, three quarter cup butter, four egg>, half cup milk, one cup mashed potatoes (hot), one cup grated chocolate, one cup chopped walnu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 October 1909

On Sale Monday and Tuesday October 4th & sth A Magnificent Display of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments on Display for TWO DAYS ONLY, October 4th and sth We will also have on display a magnificent showing of FURS. It wiil be by far the most attractive we have ever shown and we invite all who appreciate beautiful furs to call on one of the above dates. Get the Boy a Manly Suit, one which is "made up" like a man's. Let him have that broad athletic effect that the older boys have. Hard to find? Yes —but we have solved the problem for you. We show the greatest assortment of boys' and children's cloth * ing you have ever seen. f Snappy, up- to - date this label means some= thing. An absolute ~ guarantee goes with every garment of this *#4 fore you buy. You won't be urged to buy. Special Announcement \Y7E have arranged with Messrs. Hanger & Thompson, Walla Walla's largest department store, to dis play with us a complete line of ladies' fine outer garments for fall. They will be shown...

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

Stock's Jewelry Store jfh jf l y] t are the selling agents of genton county for all Pianos han died by Eilers Bios. We can place any of the pianos they handle in your home at the lowest possible price that they can fe sold for, and save you freight. If you have a credit on an instru ment in the famous rebus contest given by Eilers Bros, bring it to Stock's and select your piano. Jk J- J- Stock's Jewelry and Music Store for Eilers Pianos and Victor Talkirg Machines. JjPeople You Know| Friday, October I, 1909 (has. Collins has typhoid fever. • hlcken feed at Watson's Ware fa (Ilßf. WheatJat'S 1.85 per sack. Hamilton Supply Co. C. 0. Anderson was in Spokane Monday on business. Remember Jolly of Joliet In the Congregational Church Oct. 12th. Valenza 5 cents. Every puff a pleasure. For sale or trade —Hflrse, harness, and top buggy. L. S. Grassland. Gus Johnson, chief deputy game warden, was In town the last of the week on official business. The lUchland Trading Co. has gar nished the Ric...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 October 1909

TWO MEK COMPARED . Two men of National fame have just died. One devoted his life to the accumulation of wealth, the other to the service of his fellow men. At the bedside of one the nation watched with anxiety and also with admiration for the brave struggle he made for life. At the bedside of the other the nation watched with equal anxiety and admiration, and also with an affect ion that wai* lacking with the first. The reason for this difference is obvious to all. That Harriman in •porne way 9 benefitted his fellow men all will admit, but his prime purpose was to 9erve himself. Gov ernor Johnson conseerated his life to his fellows. How fully tfiat was reognized is seen in the threefold election to the highest office in a state in which the majority of the people belong to a party opposed to the one in which he was the the most .distinguished leader. Governor Johnson belonged to that sturdy, virile, Scandinavian stock whose industry, pluck, intelli gence, perseverance and sterling q...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 October 1909

ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE FINANCES OF BENTON COUNTY, WASH INGTON. FROM JULY IST, 1908 TO !UNE 30TH, 1909 REMARKS. The Board of County Commissioners meet on Monday of each quarter and adjourn from jline to time, meeting as a rule the first Monday of each month. They also meet as a board of equaliza tion annually, on the first Monday in August and inav continue in session and adjourn from time to tin.e during the three weeks following. Real estate and personal property taxes become jje on the first Monday In February, following as sessment. Personal property taxes become delin quent 30 davs thereafter and real estate taxes be coiue delinquent June Ist. If payment of latter be made in full before the 15th day of March, a rebatr of 3 per cent is allowed or it' one-hall be paid by Jane 1, the other one-half payment will be extend ed to November 3C»th of the same year without Inter est. If not paid on or before that date, Interest at taches from June 1. All delinquent taxes draw in terest a...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 October 1909

ANNUAL STATEMENT CONTINUED FROM OPPOSITE SIDE Tax collections, 190S 5,008.99 Total $ 5,977.40 Disbursements. Remitted to Town Treasurer 8 5,613.38 Transfers to various funds 131.80 Balance June 30, 1909 232.22 Total f 5,977.40 KENNEWICK. Receipts. r July 1, 1908 $ 161.98 i'ax collections, 1905 1.02 Tax collections, 1906 17.80 Tax collections, 1907 512.30 Tax collections, 1908 3,855.04 Transfers from various funds ........ 199.85 Total 8 4,747.99 Disbursements. Remitted to Town Treasurer $ 4,354.66 Balance June 30, 1908 -393.38 Total 8 4,747.99 Disbursements. Transfers to holders of certificates of delinquency 8 5,626.29 Balance June 30, 1909 282.25 Total $ 5,908.54 SUSPENSE. Receipts. Balance, June 1, 1908 8 8.90 Sundry persons Transfers from various accounts .... 8.26 Total $ 152.81 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT AM) SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS. From Formation of County, June 23, 1903, to June 30, 1908. Jun. 80, '06 Jun. 30, '07 Jun. 30, '08 Jun. SO. '08 Tax collections, 1905 rolls $ 65,179.89 $ 16...

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

PROFESSIONAL cards I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Bmbalmer Embalmers License No. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 Residence Phone 953 C. V. Delepine physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. 0. ANDERSON J 'Lawyer, Office In New Bank Building C. L HQLCOMB Lawyer Office over Intenational Bank Notary Public rractiee in fill state and United States Courts. Kennewick, W'aeh. 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 «tand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Offlc« up-stairs in Amon Building fKennewick, Wash. Practise in All Court* Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office Id King B!dg. Phone 532. KENNBWICK, WASH. r.M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeonl Swages of Women and Children a Specialty >»ce ia Bauk Building. Phone 593 w - L. FREEMAN, M. D. f H. M. Chronic Diseases a Specialty King Bldg. Phone 742 Kennew...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 October 1909

ERNEST EDWARDS PASSES AWAY [Continued from First Page] I>een closely followed by the people of the community and keenest dis appointment was expressed that it should prove a losing struggle. Ed wards contracted the disease while harvesting near Connell and some little time elapsed before he receiv ed treatment. Victor Heberlein, who was his companion on the trip, also came down with the fever at the same time and has also had a hard struggle, but his recovery seems now reasonably certain. Frank Ernest Edwards was 21 years old, his birth place being Los Angeles, Cal., the year 1888.. He tame with the family to Washing ton I' 2 years ago, and they lived in the Crescent country near Deep Creek, where thev are well known and where the funeral was held in the Baptist Church, of which he was a faithful member and whose pastor, Rev. Joshua Gray, preached the funeral sermon Tlnusday; the same minister who preached tne funeral sermon for his mother, be side whom he will lie buried in Gree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 October 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIII. NO. 25 11, G. SEEKS NEW FRANCHISE PUIS DISCLOSED AT NEXT COUN CIL MEETING—VACATION OF STREETS AND ALLEYS ASKED C. E. Woods and A. D. Walker right-of-way men for the North Coast appeared before the Council Tuesday night and presented a petition in which they were joined by the Yakima Valley Power Co. asking that certain streets and alleys and portions of the same along which the two corporations own two-thirds of the abutting property be vacated. The south end of Col umbia Avenue near the St. Paul Yard so that this avenue will open directly into Tacoma Street as ex tended across their right-of-way and which they give a deed to the city for. There is no objection to this vacation as no one will be discom moded. In Beach's Addition all the alleys in blocks G, 5, and 11, also Ash, Walnut, running east and west and Adams, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe streets running north and south lying between lines 50 feet northerly and 150 feet southerly of the cente...

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

f Do You Need an Abstract < #TT We have just completed full photographic rec ! 1 ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti i tas, Yakima and Benton Counties and can furnish 1 , abstracts to any real property ineach of these coun ; ties. Our Prosser office attends to all abstract work 4 ' ' in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten -1 tion. Prices reasonable. \' Consolidated Co. r " : " er Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells Everything^ Everything in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty I THE VALLEY ; BARN , J Livery and' Transfer t Baggage and Express I Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. I For Prompt Service call up 142 S. M. Lockerby; President H. E. Johnson, Cashier C. W. Lockerby, Vice President The First International Bank of Kennewick, Wash. Capital, $25,000.00 Safty Deposit Boxes for Rent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Insurance Wiitten. E-RU-SA Cures Piles or $50.00 Paid The only nonnoreotlc and lawful Pile Cure, because the IT. S. Dispen satory sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 October 1909

Bank by Mail It is not necessary for yeu to go without the benefits of a hank ac -1 count pimply heeause fj _. ' you do not live next door to a Bank. Uncle Sam is a first class Messenger Boy, and I nearly all your bank f | ing can be done easily f and safely by mail. ■ & Call or Write for Particulars ... ♦ The First International Bank Kennewick, Wash. We Appreciate Your Business We are open for Biz Cleaning Pressing Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your patronage appreciated HARRISON & SMITH At The Toggery, Kennewick Just received a fresh stock of Blue Stone and Formaldehyde at McPhee's Drug Store HP Trade Marks Designs r Copyrights Ac. Anyone lending a sketch and description may Ely ascertain our opinion free whether an Hon Is probably patentable. Communlca- Jtrtctly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent* Mttfree. Oldest agency for ewiiiuiiMtoßtti nuou taken through Mann A CO. weelw S*tM noMm, without charge, in the Painless Dentistry of tows people have their plate And bride*w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 October 1909

WE ARE MOW SHOWIMG THE LATEST "AUTUMM IDEAS" THROUGHOUT OUR lap EMTIRE ESTABLISH/tEMT. OME OF OUR "IDEAS" IS THAT QUALITY §MLI M|r ALWAYS BE THE BEST. AMOTHER "IDEA" VC HAVE IS. THAT MO CUSTOMER I SHALL. LEAVE OUR STORE WITH A GARAEMT THAT IS MOT PERFECTLY W I FITTED. THAT VE SHALL MOT OVERCHARGE. BUT GIVE A FAIR PRICE TO W t , 1 | THOSE WHO GIVE US THEIR COMFIDEMCE. IS ALSO OME OF OUR "IDEAS." W I I WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU OUR LATEST "AUTUMM IDCAi" ' I IM MERCHAMDISE. 4 rV v H Shirt Waist Special For Saturday Thru a special buy we are able to give the ladies a real bargain in Silk Shirt Waists at $3.95. These come in navy, black and brown; some are made with tucked yokes and sleeves and trimmed with jet buttons. Others have tucked and pleated fronts and the new Gibson shoulders. For Saturday we offer the entire lot, values d* -j up to $6.50, at . . . «Pv.Vu Boys' School Suits We pride ourselves on our Boys' and j Children's Suits and Overcoats. Our splen did success in this...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 October 1909

Just Received , full new line of Sterling Silverware— the kind that tfjll last your lifetime and then be in good condition to hand down to your children or grand* children and cary the sentiment of family pride with them; also, i new and complete line of less eX pensive but reliable plated ware at Stock's The Agent for the Eilers Pianos — Kimball, Lester, D. S. John son, Chickering and Others. * J* THE 6IFT STORE AT KENNEWICK Friday, October 8, 1909 Chicken feed at Watson's Ware house. \Vheat*at*sl.Bo per sack. Hamilton Supply Co. Valenza 5 cents. Every puff a pleasure. Best bread in the city found at Twin City Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Perr3* Larkln are see ing Seattle this week. Rob Grouse and F. F. Beste are back from their visit to the big Fair. Sewing wanted —At home or by the day. Phone xOB2. Call after six p. ra. 2 H. E. Baldwin, manager of the St. Paul Yard, is taking in the sights at Seattle this week Jar vis Emlgh of Walla Walla, is visiting his brother Frank Emlgh aud family T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 October 1909

Making Money On the Farm Vll.—Small Grain Breeding By C. V. GREGORY, Author of "Home Course In Modem Agriculture" Copyright, 1909. by American Prew Association SMALL grain breeding is second only to corn breeding in impor tance. Indeed, there Is even more chance for improvement along this line, since so little has been done already. The average yield of oats in lowa In was only twenty three bushels to tlie a< re. while many fields yielded three times that niu- li. This is ouly one instance out <>f many that could be given to show the great need for improved seed. With small grain, as with corn, the work of improvement must largely be done for each special locality. Each type of soil and climate affects the crops in a different way, and varieties that yield well in one part of the coun try may fail utterly under different conditions. This makes it necessary for each locality to have its small grain breeder. There is no opening along the line of special farming that offers gr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 October 1909

ppOFE SIGNAL CARDS I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Kmbalmer EMHALMKKS LICENSE No. 1K"» Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 Residence Phone 953 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Euilding phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. 0. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office in New Bank Building C. L HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Intenational Bank Notary I'ublic Practice in air state and • United States Courts. Kennewick, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Inpurance KenuewicV, Wash. . Oflues in C. O. Anderson's old stand i ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Building 1 LKennewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts — I Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King B!dg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. > | I —.—. F. M.CROSBY, Physician and Surgeonl; Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty Office in Bauk Building. Phone 593 W. L. FREEMAN, M. D., H. M. Chronic Diseases a Specialty Office. King B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 October 1909

Piano music Saturday afternoon and evening, by Miss Holloway, one of Kennewick s accomplished musicians . , t FREE! FREE! FREE, FREE This is just the time of year HOE ere 18 n ° ou ' a Wa * m °re winter Test mOsiM to offer ' fou wiU not wonder ,hal we do " our 48 *■» all g0 the quality of the leather and the r It paVS to trade with the Store that is up- to ß e,her - W ,he su ' tln « cloths ' (" one bul strlct, y all-wool for us) i j t . I WSk . * . 1 hire our own tailors (and the best tailors only) and in this w a « best After Tthoro test'by our 48 I tfl-date. The Store that guarantees ewe can !e l| you a very fine, strictly hand-tailored suit made („ r stores we have all decided that the PETERS DIAMOND DRAND q" allt y o[ eVer y artlcle S ° ld Ihe St ° re th3t yOU #nd y ° U a,one and at 3 leSS pnce than even we ' our *'v„ have no equal. They look better, feel better, fit better than any not Only CUtS the pUCe butS CUtS SO deep or °^ er merchant could sell you a hand-me-down. The oth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 October 1909

I "HIT* §4 U , IT7 T¥^Tl^¥> VOL. VIII. NO. 2(i nun puts big TRACT IN CROP giSOLINE PLANT LIFTS AN ABUN DANCE OF WATER-THREE MILES OF FLUME few places in the Kennewiek villcv have made as much improve ment in a year as has the Meadow Brook Farm tracts in the past twelve months. Work was commenced m fall but practically the entire improvement has been made in the present season. The central point of attack for reclamation was on a $; acre tract facing on the river which is called Riverside Ranch. The land has been leveled and put iigood condition for planting, be tween two and three miles of flume, g,K>d big substantial fluming, well 81and well anchored, have been b lilt and an abundant supply of witer lias heen furnished steadily diyand night by the pumping plant in-tailed. The water is supplied f;Mni a well 10 feet squire and L' 2 feet deep. Two gasoline engines one al2 horse power Alamo and the other a 6 horse power Interna tional, operate the two centrifugal pumps that lift ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 October 1909

Do You Need an Abstract JTT We have just completed full photographic rec all ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti tas, Yakima and Penton Counties and can furnish abstracts to any real property ineach of these coun ties. Our Prosser office attends to all abstract work in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten tion. Prices reasonable. Consolidated Abstract Co. r,ossor Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells Everything^ Evcry;hmg in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty THE VALLEY BARN Livery and. Transfer and Express Enclosed Bu u to Meet all P. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. For Prompt Service call up 1 42 S. M. Lockeiby; President H, E. Johnson, Cashier C. W. Lockerby, Vice President The First International Banß of Kennewick, Wash. Capital, $25,000.00 Safty Deposit Boxes for Rent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Insurance Written. , E-RU-SA Cures Piles or $50.00 Paid Tlu* iinly nonnorcotic ami lawful Pile Cure. the I'. S l>isp»-i. Hntorv says that i vory ingredient of I',-Kl -SA i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 October 1909

Ready Cash A Savings Account in this Bank is a safe investment. It pays you 4% Compound in terest, and is ready cash at any time you want it. It is worth dollar for dollar and you stand no char.ce of losing it by the fluctuations of the market. Do not wait till tomorrow to jopen a Savings \ccount. Do it today. $1 opens an ac count with us. Call and get one of our Beau tiful Home Banks, they help to save. 4% paid on Savings Accounts The First International Bank Kennewick, Wash We are open for Biz Cleaning Pressing Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your patronage appreciated HARRISON & SMITH At The Toggery, Kennewick Just received a fresh stock of Blue Stone and Formaldehyde at McPhee's Drug Store Anyone sending a sketch and description may qnlckly a-certnin our opinion free whether un invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through filunn & Co. receive tpecial not...

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