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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 October 1909

Making Money On the farm X.—Poultry Houses and Equipment By C. V. GREGORY. Author of "Home Course In Modern Agriculture" Copyright. 1903, by American Press Association FOR the money invested and work applied poultry is one of the most profitable side lines on the farm. Indeed, many farms are run at a profit with poultry alone. If poultry is profitable on :i place where all the feed must be bought it should be doubly so on the general farm, where much of its feed is made up of waste products. Too often the work of curing for t*i*"» poultry is left to the women and chil dren. .Much of it is light work that they can do all right, but the man of the place should not consider it be neath his dignity to lend a helping hand when it is needed. If poultry is to be kept at a profit some kind of shelter other than the machine shed, the apple trees or the cow stable will have to be provided. A good, warm poultry house is abso lutely necessary if winter eggs nr.! to be secured. At .'in to r»i» c...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 November 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIII. NO. 29 RUTH COAST GOT STREETS lUEMIOUS TIMES IN THE COUN CIL CHAMBER, WHILE 6ETTING (jhe town council played to crowd (d bouses and the S. R. O. sign jas hung out on both Tuesday and Wednesday evening performances. Last week we announced the North foast geis Streets on the basis that [lie Company take up all options , and pay over tha property covercd by them. Tuesday night the coun cil met supposing that the agree met had been reached with Mr. Hcnnerbrey, Attorney Lockerby for Mrs. C. J. Beach and Frank Euiigli. The report of the committee of > the whole was not however read. For at the close of colloquy between Bier and Crowell as to whether the first reading should count as one of the three readings of the vaca tion ordinance, S. M. Lockerby arose and renewed his objections of tk- 2Gth on behalf of bis client and said that altho matters were in fair My to adjustment settlement had not been reached for the reason that the preparer! contracts sen...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 November 1909

f Do You Need an Abstract I $7T We : :< ;-: completed full photographic rec- \ 1 i] or:- <;i' the «»» liill:ii records ot Klickitat, Kitti | 1 as, *; !C ! f,: l and Uelltoil <'< Mlll l it'S ;111 < I CfUl flimisll < k a i i.-! !'.;<■ i i. > any r< :i 1 j>roperty in each of these couri- ! *. lie . < fur I'll., -er <ijliee all ends to all al>stract work 5 in lienton count v. Order-will have prompt atten- 1 \ t ion. Prices reason:! 1 >le. I y Consolidated Abstract Co. I>ro?scr j Hamilton Supply Co. 1 Sells Everything^ Every in i cccs and Seeds j a Specialty ! E \'.\LLEY j I 'AfiN 1.. iverv nll (I T r«-a ri sf e r 1 >.'! i see «- \i i d I\x i) ress I'jirln-,1 <n Me<>t all S. I'. amis. Trains and all Boats. !'»r Prompt Srr.ieecall up 142 S. M. ! icLjtby; PtciiJcnt I!. E. Johnson, Cashier C. W. I .ockerl >y. Vice President The First International Bank of KennewicK, Wash. Capital, $2 ,000.00 Safty Deposit Boxes (or Rent. Interest P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 November 1909

SPECIAL SSURSEj AT STATE coil"-, AT pollman, m s ], i)-t c ai'-es f>r stockmen, dairymen, g ral farmers, and f-uit-grower- wi : ; >pen at tho State r on Tmuarv I, and for ( .11 twenty w< d< 'hereafter will eon timie, the t:n-" being divided into two b-rni- «; ten weeks each. In ctrncti< n complete in every detail jtillbe given in lectures and lador-1 alary dem-nst 'ions by members} of the college faculty and experi-I m.Titsta 1 i"I •T, -« wil as by j epepial 1 Vurers whose qualifications, o>j ' s are based on ; ■i practice and valu farmingand orch jidin e .. the management i ( f liv '■ : 'Uliry raising and ; jji r .dred lii. agricultural work of interest to ] ersons who would' farm most successfully and proper ly, and know the ''whys and: v.aereforcs" f, t what is done. The; cilicers and teachers of the instruc tional force will be: E. A. By n, President of the Ctilleg '; * i rles Timblin, Depart ment of Elementary Science; Geo. » Department of Agricul tar ; W S. T...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 November 1909

IMMENSE CROWDS ATTENDING Kennewick's Greatest Bargain Sale SATURDAY, our opening day, the store was packed to its fullest capacity. All day long you could see crowds coming from the store with large bundles of Bargains and with the satisfied smile on their faces to prove our success have never been equalled :n value giving. Sales, Sales, Sales everywhere. The whole town is in an uproar, but you will find the largest crowds at the Big R e . moval Sale. Do not delay, if you can't come today, come tomorrow; each day brings forth even greater bargains as the lines begin to show the effect of the heavy purchasing we again slash the price and close them out at a mere margin of their real value. Miscellaneous Bargains Mens Suits, Overcoats Womens Suits and Coats Childrens Garments Specials you can use Roys f.Oc army and navy over- Our mens clothing depart- Ladies' new Fall Suits in all Childrens bear skin coats is c ij nen towels, sale pric 9c alls, sale price 2Sc ment has by no means been...

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

Our Goods ye of the quality which appeals to the best trade a t a price to suit the pocketbook of all. Headquarters for everything in Jewelry and Music. Come in and see the new lines of Xmas goods at the Gift Store. Stock's Jewelry Store §########<§### IPeople You Know| §>§>########### Friday, Nov. 5, 1909 Chicken feed at Watson's Ware house. Wheat at §1.85 per sack. Hamilton Supply Co Beste lias the nicest line of lap robes ever shown in Kennewlck. A nice lap robe will warm your heart, nice bright patterns at Beste's For Hale—Hack and wagon, cheap. Will take cow. luqulreat this office Born—To Mr. and Mrs. F C Woods on Tuesday. October 25th a son. Always on hand Fresh Baked Goods at the Twlii City Bakery. Work was begun Monday morn ing on the new Lutheran Church. Miss Myra Yelland returned from S attle where she spent the sum mer Lost—Pair of steel rimmed spectac les. Finder please leave at this office. George H. Lea Is down with typhoid fever at his home near Fln ley. All ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 November 1909

(continued fr> n; pag; 11.roe) "EGIAL COURSES AT STATE m: t rr: ij r;;:: LCAU y-m - j'-xko*.) L • I ".-.-Flßrt v.-i'i ' rcrce to c; n servation ri - - • maintenance of . ; oil fer • -o-.r.-on of crops, tillage, management for th" la t : •-p production. . *' n" v. ill be treated \ referring particu :: "ap;e ( : to Y."ash . and climate re f • g rr : . prc g, sir sequent c 1 storing. •e v. ill l e on< *.n . 'Jural En ■ 'hitect tire." < > in.--tructi. i - . cave o! ilop, lai r.*; • ■:•• •■ ,;-;ion pe ed so as repnsentative animals r • 1. 11 •• .-.Miry: The <■■ urses giveii iii the caic < < nji'k and its pre iv t • v. iI! !•<• i: ade especially stn i.g l.y tin- iccr-nl acquisition h\ the college of a fit eh rd of twenty seven grade dairy cows, the pro ducts of which are now, and will continue to !.<• t. d l.y ti.e college boarding clubs for students. The l.andling and care of the large quan tities r.f milk from this herd will offer splendid opportunities tor pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 November 1909

pftOFE SION - CARDS ' |. N. Mueller Funeral Director lini'talmcr EMBALMKKS Lhknsk No. 11:! Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 Residence rhone <>53 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. O. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office in NVw l'.ank liuildliig: C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer ( il'uvov-r I'lfcnutional Bank Ni .fury I'ublic ! raptid- in all .state and I nitt-tl .-tatcs Courts. Kt-nnewick, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers oiliee in the Gallery Building KEXNEWICK, WASH. C STASER | Attorney at Law *' Insurance ' iKenuewick, Wash. Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand I ERNEST L. r KOLB Attorney ami Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Building tKenuewiek, Wash. Practise in All Courts 1 _ Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King B!dg. Phone 532. KKNNKWICK, WASH. F. M. CROSSY, Phys cian and Surgeon] of Women ami Children a Spceialty j urtici 111 liauU Building. Phone 593 KeniicwLk Lodge, F. & A. M. Meets 1 ir-1 Mild third W...

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

FIHE FURHITURE ARRIVES 1.0.al Store (leta Carload of Fir.e lloiifto Furniahingg H. A. Howe this week received an entire carload of fine house hold fumeture < f Eastern manufacture and of the very best of Eastern Oak. The shipment includes a large number of the well known Carman beds and mattresses, Ounn sectional hook cases, side boards, commodes, dressers and a multitude of the smaller pieces. The large addition t > the strck is Iteing arranged this week and those interested will find much to interest them in the in spection of the designs and forms in the Howe Furniture Store. • THE CLUB CIGAR A New Smoke, Product of Home Manufacture Z. V. Decker, of the Kennewick Cigar Factory, has just made ar rangements with Haydon & Dwire, proprietors of the Kennewick Club, to put a new brand of cigars on the market. It will be called the "Club" and is guaranteed to be the best 5 cent cigar in town. The new cigar has a. laliel all its own and is boxed in boxes specially made for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 November 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIII. NO. 30 NORTH COAST IKE BUILD ING FAST CONTRACTORS WITH LARGE EQUIP MENT PUSH CONSTRUCTION ON BOTH SIDES OF THE COLUMBIA The Puget Sound Bridge & Dredg ing Co., the Northwest branch of the Atlantic Gulf-Pacific Dredging Co., the 1 trgest concern in that line in the world have the contract for bni'Hing the new North Coast bridge across the Columbia east of town Mow the Snake river. They arc j»ls<> to t'ike the contract for the Ringold bridge f u the -Mine company in Bt-rikin <• e.t s" t" the fen en I policy of the Noith Coast this company is rushing its work. In the river they have four of the huge cement piers completed and are at work with steam shovels, concre e mixers, a flotilla of scows putting ii the remainder of the twelve p'ers which constitute the principal supports of the bridge. They are placing about 100 yards of cement in their piers per day. The sand is secured from a deep cut they are making on the south side of the river a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 November 1909

Do You Need an Abstract . #TT We have just completed full photographic rec- 1 > ords of the original records of Klickitat, Kitti- 1 i las, Yakima and lienton Counties and can furnish \ ; abstracts to any real property ineaehof thes«*coun- { ties. (>ur Prosser office attends to all abstract work | in Benton county. Orders will have prompt atten- > tion. Prices reasonable. f : Consolidated Abstract Co. Prosscr \ Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells Everything^ Everything in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty THE VALLEY BA K.N v Livery n ncl X ransfer > and Kxpress v Enclosfi.l I'll- to Meet :ill S. P. ami S. Trains an<l all Boats. For Prompt Service rail up 112 S. M. Lockerby; President H. E. Johnson, Cashier C. Vi . Lockerby, Vice Piebident The First International Bank of Kennewick, Wash. Capital, $20,000.00 Safty Deposit Boxes for Rent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Insurance Written. lAfe don't claim 1 had a eooda custome f' { , TIIC EHtC g mm | Come tree time vvck tor sna\e. • ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 November 1909

E very rnrnor of Europe is now *ith unrest and the unrein <" n uncertainty. In Land it !«*« »if R " ,si:,n "*• Lation * oI,M ' lestmy the ' nst tiee of autonomy. Greece prom ve3 t0 force the abdication of the thru the military dictatorship that has be o " 6 rowin S for several months. Spain is still feeling the effects of the death of Fer the Catalonian revolt and tbe' unpopularity of the Moroccan ffar The visit of the Czar of Rum ps to Italy is resented by Austria „ n d probably means the early dis solution of the Triple Alliance and the alignment of Italy with Great Britian, France and Russia. And Germany and Britian are still sus picious of each other. Taking it al together Europe is very like a keg,of gunpowder into which almost any day a lighted mateft may be d rop ed with disasterous results. Most certainly it will need cool headed diplomacy and the strongest in fluence of peace loving rulers and statesmen to restore harmony and replace suspicion with confidence. There is t...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 November 1909

. . . IP IT COMES FROM LYNCH'S, YOU CAN DEPEND OX 1T... \ /\ be made of every Cloak, Suit, Skirt and Ladies' Hat in our Big, New Store. Absolutely nothing will be re- V V served. Not an item in all these lines but what will be sold at less prices than other stores can buy at. We have no old out-of-date goods to close out, but EVERYTHING CLEAN, NEW and STRIC iLY UP-TG=DATE. ■5 NOW IS YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNTTyI^ Never have new Goods been sold at the VERY BEGINNING cf (he KtKn fit such low prices | 1 mmmm mm i in . i.i «r -r■nlam I\ml in mil A Clean Sweep of A Clean Sweep of A Clean Sweep of A Clean Sweep of All CLOAKS All SUITS All SKIRTS All Millinery ___= ___= _ STARTING with the finest is our ' r T I HERE is no other store in Benton A BOUT 250 strictly new skirts to |N this line as in every line which elegant black cloaks, made of im- 1 County that can show as many choose from. All at clean sweep Iwe have taken hold of we have ported chiffon broad cloth lined with NEW SUITS as we do....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 November 1909

i Our Goods I *of the quality which appeals to the best trade a l a price to suit the pocketbook of all. Headquarters for everything in Jewelry and Music. Come in and see the new lines of Xmas goods at the Gift Store. Stock's jewelry Store jPeople You Know! Friday, Nov. 12, 1909 mi Watson's Ware bouse. (Jet a new suit for Thanksgiving at the Toggery. Beste has the nicest line of lap robes 1 ever shown in Kennewick. Always on bund Fresh Baked Goods at the Twin City Bakery. For Sale —Hack and wagon,cheap. Will tfike cow. Inquire at this office A nice lap robe will warm your heart, nice bright patterns at Beste's Turkey—Well I should say. See our ad for particulars. Toggery. L.C. Mlchener came up from Wash ougal Tuesday on business trip to Richland. First class baker from Spokane employed by T. A. Warner at Twin City Bakery. 'Wanted—Room and board In a private family. Apply to the Twin rity Laundry. When passing the Twin City Bak ery stop in and give their Pies and Pastry a trial. Robe...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 November 1909

THE HOOKWORM Habits and Damage of thia Parasite Means to Eradicate The American occupation of Porto Rico led to the discovery that so-called tropical anemia, supposed so often to be due to a combination of the unwholesomeness of the cli mate and the effeet of past rnal aiia, was really due to the presence of minute parasites. These were the so-called hookworms, familiar enough in certain parts of Europe and in Egypt, but supposed to be non existence in this country. The knowledge of the disease gained f rom Porto Rico soon enabled Am eiican experts to recognize the presence of the same parasite in our Southern States, and to the utter surprise of Southern physi cians it was found that their worst anemias were due to this cause. * Some idea of the ravages that can be worked by apparently so trivial an agent the hookworm is only from one-fourth to about one-half an inch in length —may be gathered from the fact that in Porto Rico in 1903, in a total of 23,500 deaths, over 5,700 were fr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 November 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS I. N. Mueller, Funeral Director Embalraer EMBALMF.KS 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 ANDERSON & MARSHALL Lawyers Office In Xew Hank' Building C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Ofticpovpr Intenational Rank Notary Public Traptii e in all state and Vnited States Courts. Kennewick, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH, C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kennewick, Wasli. Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Anion HuiMine 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 Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty Office In Bank Building. Phone 593 Kennewick Lodge, F. & A. M. Meets first and third Wednesdays In ev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 November 1909

Final Windup Wear Women's Suits, Coats & Skirts Men s shoes Values , Men's Suits, Overcoats, Etc Men's American Gentleman shoes worth ~ _ j. Ladies* New Fall suits, in all the newest shades, $4.00 and 3.50. Our removal sale price.. $2.65 UUF Men S Llotning Department has by beautiiully trimmed and well tailored, which are Any $3 50 men's work shoe m the store no means been neglected in this wonder included in this Great Removal Sale. ! i»t d. y . of tor $2.Ts fulslaughter of prices. New Fall Suit?, $ 18.00 Tailored Suits, will be sold for $ 12.95 WnnWc ShnP ValiifX ?"■? o \ erco ?\°\ ™ e t best makes; hand -25 00 " " "" " " 18.65 women s 3iiue vdiuo tailored and absolutely guaranteed at the acnn « « „ «, « «, OI AC Ladies' $3,50 shoes, plain and pa'cnt lea- following reductions: j ther, all sizes, removal sale price.. . $2.48 ! I f Ladies* $5 tan shoes, lace or button, welt -LOT NOl. soles, excellent walking boot, special.... $2.98 fl* f O /\ gT Light and dark coats in medium an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 November 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIII. NO. 31 iennewick fruit can BE SAVED FROM FROST gRGIIARD heaters and fire pots save grand junction crop IIANABER SLY CINCHES EVERY DETAIL OF THE METHOD WHICH GUARANTEES CROPS UNDER CONDITIONS PREVAILING IN THE PAST Manager E. M. Sly of the Fruit Growers Association, who was sent as the special representative by the farmers to C rand Junction Colorado fruit district to study their frost prevention methods, returned home Sunday evening. He spent all the time possible at the work and looked into the matter in detail from every possible view point. He is convinced that the methods they use will "work to equal advantage in the Kennewick-Valley. He is enthusiastic about it. Community Frost fighting spells prosperity for all in the Kennewick Valley, is his firm belief. The Grand Junction people lost their crops by freezing in 1907 and 1908. Smudging saved the 1909 crop and everything is Drosperous. They smudged on the wholesale plan. They used more than a qu...

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

CONSOLIDATED (BSTRJIGT S lItLE COMPINf I ... INCORPORATED ... t i haven fnc-simile copy of the records * . * of Ronton county, and the most complete [abstracting plant in the county. ' Offices in tho Court. House Building, Prosser. < .1. 11. IIIXSDALE, Local Manager I Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells Everything^* Everything in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty J THE VALLEY | || BARN v and Transfer | I Baggage and Express | I Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. avid S. Trains and all Boats. | | For Prompt Service call up 142 i I \7OUR Overcoat or Suit will fit and suit you J £ X better when it is made to your measure, es- 1 I peciallv for you, with }*our individuality worked X ■ into it. A full line of foreign and domestic wool- 1 % ens to select from. Then there is that old over- | I coat, it may need a need a new collar or sleeve I I lining. We do all kinds of relining, repairing, 1 ? cleaning and pressing for ladies and gentlemen. f ? ... GIVE US A CALL ... 4 r Plantz & Wettlaubter I Twi...

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

[ ELECTRIC TALKS j THE "watl" is the fundamental unit for measuring eledtrical energy and denotes a certain rate of using eledtrical energy. <1 If you had a cook stove that required a pound of coal each hour to maintain a certain temperature ot the oven, then a pound of coal would be the unit in which you would measure the demand; or rate of burn ing ot that particular stove. In a similar way we desig nate the rate at which a lamp uses eledtrical energy. A 4c. p. carbon filament lamp requires 20 watts An Bc. p. " " " " 32 watts Al6c. p " « 50 watts A32c. p. " • lOOwatts Plainly, the higher the candle power of the lamp the higher the rate at which we must supply the energy. Refering again to the illustration above, a heater requir ing 1 pound of coal per hour would use 10 pounds of fuel burning 10 hours. In a similar manner, a stove that demanded 2 pounds of coal per hour would use 20 pounds in the same length of time. Evidently, then, it is not so much the rate at which we supply...

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