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

You're going to buy a suit this fall; if you're as smart as we think you are, it will be a Hart, Schaffrier & Marx YOU can't buy any better clothes than these, because no better clothes are made, or sold. It doesn't make any difference who you are nor what your business; it doesn't make any difference how stylish your tastes are, nor how long a purse you have; you can't pay enough to your tailor to get better quality, or more perfect style, or a more certain assurance of fit and value in the wear than we can furnish you in these Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits at $20 to $30. Style is a most important point In the first place, consider style; these clothes are produced by the greatest style-makers in the |o|R country; they make a business of studying all the little details; the length of a coat; the swing of the skirts; the shape of the collar; the roll of the lapel; the placing of the buttons and pockets. v'l There are a hundreds little points that have to be just right; you ma...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 November 1909

YOU KNOW that there is 111 nearly twice as much gold I in some makes of 25-year I oases as in others? 1 Tbgs is only one of tee many dif- a cheap case and a x ,pone. We sell only the better of watch cases and while they jfldt a trifle more than the inferior k.* rMe gold value alon*- will al puies 1 * poet make make up thie difference. The beauty of the designs—the exceptional quality of engraving— the superior workmanship—the perfect fitting joints—are all im portant considerations when you .elect a watch, and we can quickly show you the value of a good case. 1 fl'e can supply any grade of any liable make of watch at the very lowest price. We no not care to inferior makes at any price. Stock's Gift Store Speople You Know! Friday, Nov. 19, 1909 C •* ~(1 »»' Watson's Ware IlllllSt Stock's jewe'ry Store Is the Gift Store. Get a new unit for Thauksgivirg at Ml" T'»sS*«*rv. Besie li is ine nicest one of lap r«'t>es ever shown In Kennewick. W. R. Gllcn-st was an Apple Show visitor the ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 November 1909

PRESIDENT OF K. E. LEAGUE WRITES ON EQUAL SUFFRAGE If you will read versos 2(>, 27, and 2X in llio first chapter of (ienc sis yon will see plainly tlint it was* intended by the Creator tlial woman should be man's equal, and we may well ask why has woman rested so lung satisfied in the circumscribed limits which eorrnpt customs and a perverted application of the scrip tures have marked out for her? Indeed it is time that she should move in the enlarged sphere which he • great Creator has assigned her, therefore let this prayer continually ascend from our hearts: '"That the w -men of this country may be en lightened in regard to the law? under which they live and cease to publish their degredation by declar ing themselves satisfied with their present position nor their ignorance by asserting that they have all the rights they want, may all women realize thai it is their duty to secure to themselves their sacred right to the elective franchise." It is an axiom that Truth is eternal ...

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

CA R D jJpTMuellei" hj funeral Director Erabalmcr jB license Nn. m Hfß Calls Answered I w Night or Day 5' 0 .-e Phone 302 Residence Phone 953 ]IC.V. Dele pine . M physician and Surgeon | Office in Reed Building I 782 I Residence 783 |j ANDERSON & I MARSHALL m Lawyers ■ Office )n New P.ank Buildtng I C. L HOLCOMB ■ Lawyer M office over Intenational Bank Notary Public Practice in all state 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 Arr.on Building Kennewick. W ash. Practise in Ail Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King Bidg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK. WASH. F.M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon DiseHses of Women and Children a Specialty Office in Bank Building. Ftione 593 Kennewick Lodge, F. & A. M. Meets first and third Wednesdays !n ever...

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

WE'RE INVESTIGATED (•nvermncnt Exports in Agriculture and Irrigation Visits Valley Byron Hunter, assistant "agricul turist, in the bureau of plant in dustry, connect oil with U. S. De partment of Agriculture and S. O. .layne, irrigation expert connected with the Reclamation Service and long acquainted with irrigation de velopments in the Yakima Valley and author of the government pul - Mention, "Irrigation for Beginners"' a booklet which gave very helpful ad vice to the people of this section at the time of its publication, were both here for a couple of days the week looking into conditions ana developments here for the govern ment. Mr. Hunter has just com pleted and published for the depart ment a 12-page bulletin "Hints to Settlers on the Umatilla Projeet". The facts collected on this visit and other observations made will prob ably be incorporated in a similiai booklet covering the territory in the Columbia Valley from Priest Rapids to the Dalles. Mr. Hunter is in charge of the ...

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

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIII. NO. 32 IMMUNITY ENDORSES LI BRARY PLAN mams discussed and books R PRESENTED BY MANY 'The library movement made its strongest showing when more than j hundred people attended the or ganization meeting Tuesday night at the Parish house. The meeting had been called by the ladies of the Clnb organizations of the town who were the first to take up the move ment'in an organized way. Speech es were made by representatives of these societies, Mrs. .J, B. Rose for the Literary Club, Mrs. L. E. John son for the Woman's Club, Mrs. M 0. Klitten for the Equality League and Mrs. C. 0. Anderson for the Thimble Club. Mayor L. E. John- Mi, Scott Z. Henderson, Geo. F. Richardson, H. M. Bartlett and A. R.Gardner spoke one or more times, the last two giving experi ences in establishing and operating libraries at Yakima and Walla Walla. Most important of all each one had been invited to bring a book to the meeting and the response to the request was generous, and Kenne w...

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

is riuin_rfir n w i_i n. CONSOIIDtTED lOSTICT A TITLE CM) . . . INCORPORATED . . . VV/E have a foe-simile copy of the records » » of Benton county, and the most complete abstracting plant in the count y. Offices in the Court House Building, Pmsser. J. H. HINSDALE, Local Manager Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells Everything^ Everything in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty I THE VALLEY) || BARN * Livery and Transfer | | Baggage arid P.xpress | | \ y Enclo-pd Rns to Mwt nil S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. | k For Prompt Sen'ice call up 142 <1 I , Overcoat or Suit will fit and suit you | i A better when it is made to your measure, es- i ? pecially for\ T ou, with your individuality worked I ■ into it. A full line of foreign and domestic wool- | C ens to select from. Then there is that old over- ' 1 coat, it may need a need a n c \v collar or sleeve < I lining. We do all kinds of relining, repairing, i f cleaning and pressing for ladies and gentlemen. « | ... GIVE US A CALL ... ? Piantz &a...

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

Making Money On the Farm XI.— Poultry Feeding By C. V. GREGORY. lulfior of "Home Course In Modern J Agriculture" C o pyri<h!, 1903- b y American Press Association I /*>HERE are four main objects in I I feeding poultry—to maintain I life, to cause growth, to pro f * duce eggs and to fatten. A ■ share of the feed given to any animal goes to maintain life. It is pil jy when a fowl receives an excess ove r that amount that it can grow, produce eggs or lay on fat. Thus it fill be seen that it pays to feed lib eraHy. The wider the margin over Me maintenance ration up to the amount the bird is able to use the plater will be the profit. On the farm fowls will pick up most of their food, at least through the summer time. Yet even theji they FIG. XXI—FEEDING THE CHICKENS. must be giv/*n some food, especially of the kinds that they are not able to rind for themselves. The most plenti ful food on the average farm and the one that the birds are most likely to get is corn. Corn is a heating...

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

...,P° r Very Particular Men | Yiart Schaffner & Marx Clothes |. T T pays to P articu,ar a b° ut clothes; and because f 7 that s so ' pays US t0 have particu,ar ctothes for l such wearers. The small touches of style, of shape, if': of finish of the pockets or cuffs; the selected weaves, colors, patterns; the jj f 'ij]||i lp|l|Sjra things that give fashionable distinction to a man's dress—it's our business to 11 know al)out such tilings ' and to have them ready or ose who a PP re * You want Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes, because you want to be well I B®f dressed; because it pays to ba. If we have a chance at you we'll make you U 1 one ' Pressed men in town. I\ - ~S Suits $20 to $45 Overcoats $16.50 to $60 K 800 Fall and Winter Samples to. select your Suit or Over coat from if you would rather have one made to measure. We represent the ROjYAL TAILORS and ED. V. PRICE & CO., of Chicago and New York, the two largest and best known tailoring houses today. <1 Nearly every m...

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

1 Get Ready Again for I the Big Event jfi Christmas That magic word joins the whole world to gether in the joy of simple giving- The one supreme day of the entire year when "Good will to all men"' is uppermost in every heart. This store is filled with appropriate gifts for every one Every article sold is fully guaranteed and will cheer fully refund money if any article purchased does not prove just as represented. Stock's Jewelry-^T {People You Know J Friday, Nov. 26, 1909 Chicken feed at Watson's Wart house. Jewelry Store is the Gift Store. The correct tfme at Stock's Jewel rr Store. 0. C Beck came down from Kionn on business Wednesday. Beste has the nicest line of lap ever shown in Kennewick. Lost—A fountain pen. Leave ai this office and get $1 00 reward. Always on hand Fresh Bake< Hoods at the Twin City Bakery. For Sale—Hack and wagon, cheap Will take cow. Inquire at this oflie< A nice lap robe will warm you heart, nice bright patterns at Beste't Joseph Olbrlch is building ...

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

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS In and for Benton County as re ported by the Kennewlck Abstract Co. from November 15th to 20th. Annie Schultz to J. E. Sti lTlns, war deed, lot* 9, 10, and 11, In blk 10 Beach's Ist Add to Kennewlck, jfl 00 W S Haiton et ux to J A Smith war deed, al of tracts IT, 30 31, 32, 33 and 34, lying be tween X line of right of way of N P I Co's Canal and S line of the Spokane, Port land & Seattle Ry Co's right of way 9,100 00 Catherine Stanton et al, to I) F Cresswell, war deen, sej of nw£ and of swj of Sec 25-7*29, E W M, containing 129 acres, 450 00 Henry Schleohte et ux to Geo. I) Eggers, war deed w> B of ejv of of swj£ of Sec 11- 9-28, E W M. 10 acres, 5,000 CO N P 1 Co to Kennewlck Town site Co, wor deed all of blßs 23, 24,25, 26, 27, 28, 31,32, 33, 34, .*55, .'{6, 37, In Olmsted Add to Kennewlck, with perpet ual water right, 10,000 00 .1 H et ux to Walter M<»r Ick. war deed, 17 acres in the se% of nejj' of Sec 9-8 30, EWM, 100 Hover luv. Co. to the North...

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

nal cards InjTMueller , Funeral Director Embalmer rjibalmebs License No. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day Sto.-e 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 New Bank Building C. L HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Intenation&l Bank Notary Public Practice in all state and United States Courts. Kennewick, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney, at Law Insurance Kennewick, Wash. Offlcea in C. 0. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Building Kennewick, Wash. Practise in All Conrta Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King Bldg. 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 every month. Fr...

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

FATAL SHOOTING AT RICHLAND Thanksgiving day at Richland w.t-* nnrred by tho fatal shooting of a mnn named Tuttle l»y his brother who is insane. The assailant has been harmless lunatic for a number of years. Yesterday however he loaded up a shot gun with a heavy charge and went down to the river bank where hi* brother was work ing on a t>oat and without a word of warning shot him twice. The shot, took effect, in his side anil while the shot have been re moved from the wound his recovery is doubtful. The maniac has been taken to I'rosser and locked up in the jail. THE most discouraging thing about the poultry business Is the great number of parasites and ailments v»hlch affect the Bock. Unless special precautions are taken the fowls are continually dying from one cause or another, and the profits shrink correspondingly. Most of these troubles are easily prevent able if a little care Is taken. One of the most important considerations is Cleanliness. The house should be Cleaned out f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 December 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIH. NO. . 3 SCHOOL SHOW WAS FINE INTERESTING PERFORMANCE IS . CREDITABLE TO TEACHERS AND PUPILS Dreamland Pavilion was packed to the doors Friday evening to wit ness the High School Entertain ment, given under the direction of Miss Wetmore, the music teacher. The public school entertainment is always the event of the year in Kennewick and this was no excep tion, in fact was pronounced the best ever. It was evident that much time, work and patience had been usedtoHrain the pupils in the many different songs and drills and the words of praise and commendation heard on all sides at the close of the evening Were well earned by both Miss Wetmore and the performers. Miss Rosella Hamilton played the aecompanimeut and deserves a large share in the success of the different numbers. We give a brief review of the dif ferent numbers on the program: The program opened with a chor us by the High Scnool. This was a medley and in rendering it the pupils showed the result...

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

MUTED MSTMCT 4 TITLE COMFUNf . . . INCORPORATED . . . "\V/ 1- have a fac-simile copy of the records * * of Ronton county, and tho mo«t complete abstracting plan t in the county. Office? in the Court llou-o I'uilding, Prosser. J. 11. IIIXSDALE, .'. .". .". LOCAI. Manager Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells Everything*^ Everything in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty KEISTNEWICK DRA Y LINE 11. re. REACH, PROP. -• • » • ♦♦ ♦-» TRANSFER & DELIVERY Ji'XTRNITI'RK AN!) PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY AT.T. nnDKRS PrtnuPTLT ATTENDED TO ONE 882 Da Saftee Raz' Thil CIUa We don't claim I a gooda customer I lie Lille Come tree time wek for shave: • to be the au- Bimeby he gatta een hees head Kffernpi" Idea for wanta save, thor of this poem, "Can't pay for shave t'ree time a week," Cl«/\ |\ . One day to me he says: k# 11V W but it seems that "Di s week w'en payday com' I gat Closes at 7p. m. For me do saftee raz'." _ . It expresses our He no com' een my shop I theenk, except bat., lUIJU For one week, maybe two...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 December 1909

cards jfTNJlueller I Funeral Director Embalmer Embalmers License Nh. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 Residence Phone 953 I C.V- Delepine Physician and Surgeon OfTice in Reed Building - Phones Office 782 Residence 783 ANDERSON & MARSHALL Lawyers Office In New Bank Building: C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Intenational Bank Notary Public Practice in all state and Pnited States Courts. Kennewiek, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law I neu ranee Kennewiek, Wash. Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stnirs in Anion Building Kennewiek, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King Bldg. Phone 532. KENNEW'CK. WASH. J\ CROSBY, p hysician and Surgeon v\ niiit'ii ti * « Specialty umi-«- in Bauk Kuilding euoue 5»3 Kennewick Lodge, F. & A. M. Meet* first and third Wednesdayc !n every month. Fred L. Watson, W. M. Chas. Con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 December 1909

NORTH BAHK HAS 810 PROFIT MORE THAN $500,000-OVER 174,000 PASSENGERS MUCH FREIGHT CARRIED The North Bank road has al ready made a profit over and above expenses of more than half a mil lion dollars, according to the report for the year ending June 30, 1909, on file with the Washington state railway commission. The report shows th.it at the last annual meeting, February 13, 1909 it I •ad seven stockholders and that the Great Northern and Northern Pacific owned its entire capital stock of 824,000,000. I p to June 30 the Northern I Pacific had advanced $23,353,997,' and the Great Northern had ad vaneod 822,203,771 toward con struction. The report says no final settlement has been made with the parent organizations at the date named. The company reports that the total co=t of the line to June 30, 1909, was #43,093,008, but this h after a profit of SJl't, 1 on "cost of road purchased'' .md 843,031 profit on operations during con struction have I it-en subtracted. The roads purchased were...

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

5 for presents, go to— The Gift Store See our ad on the eecond page two of this issue. Stock's Jewelry= T sTORE T Af ########### (People You Know# ♦ r m ############# Fridaj, Dec. 3, 1909 Ciilcken feed at Watson's Ware house Stock's Jewelry Store Is the Gift Store. Section of {food wheat land foj W' ! l . • t\ Stm-er .V e correct tfme at Stock's 'ewel rv Store. F»r Sale—A 216 egg Petaluma lucuhator, new. Beste has the nicest line of lap robes ever shown In Kennewlck. Lout —A .fountain pen. Leave at till* office and get $1 00 rewmd. It. O. Soth spent -Sunday with his brother L YV Soth and family. 0. A. Johns whs over from Attalia vUitini? A. H. Richard* Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Hoppel spent Thnnks glving with relatives at Ritzville A nice lap robe will warm your heart, nice bright patterns at Beste's S. M. Lockerby made a business t Ip to Seattle the first of the week See those patterns of l«p robe* at the Kennewlck Harness Shop, Wanted —Room and board in a pi ivate family. Apply to the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 December 1909

PREVENTING CONSUMPTION Report of Oregon Board of Health I Investigators the world over de clare tuljerculosis eradicable, and so it is. Two negatives, ignorance arid | carelessness, are the ever-ready vehicular agents of the scourge; two positives, knowledge and careful ness, are the preventatives; the enemies of the victors. A weakened individual, weaken ed by improper fo«>d or impure air, or intemperance or excess, or worry or from a previous state of ill health is, of course, on easier prey to the bacillus than the stronger one. The following is a bulletin issued by the Oregon State Board of Health regarding tuberculosis: '"Nature's surest weapon of de fense against consumption is a con dition of perfect health. "In orner to attain this condi tion one should at all times strive to maintain regular and correct habits of working, sleeping, eating, and bathing. "See that you have fresh air where yon work. "Don't work or sleep where there is not an abundance of fresh air. "Have pl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 December 1909

•Jt Makes No difference what You P/«v nt -4.~n ■ —— . — y t, if it Comes from LYNCH'S, You Can Depend on it 100 fine Cloaks I- and Suits Will Ail Go at Less than One-Half Price Every one new and up-to date. $10 and 1 2-.50 cloaks will be closed out at $4.98 $15 and 20 fine cloaks 6.98 Our Finest $2 5 cloaks $10 . Any $20 Suit for .. . 9.50 ' Any $25 Suit now fori 2.48 Choice of all aar Una tailored wash Shirt Waists, so much admired; values to $3.50 for $1.98 $1.25 fine wool scarfs . 75c Very finest silk scarfs, two yards long, will sell for 89c 7c, 10c, 12' 2 c Outings, 4,6, &8c per yd. $1.25 Finest table Linen 89c 1.00 Table Linen . 75c 75c " . 49c 2fflrf| Pieces finest and newest fleece tUP waist Outings, ESJiaoc- per yard... |UC $1.50 Finest Messaline silk, taffeta and satin, 36 inches wide choice, per yard . . . 98c Shoes it, Shoes u d t, Shoes' Shoes m», Every one goes I'aTI 1 p,!™ Sale begins Friday, Dec. 3rd and continues One Week Only Tt. will mv vou to come at once. Ev...

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