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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 October 1905

THE local field rito* MONDAY S DAILY p Nye, wife and child were over froiu Pasco yesterday. The admissions at the Portland Fair b»ve passed the 2,000,000 mark. Miss Minnie Stuible left last night for Portland to see the Fair and visit her sisters in that city. The water grade road to Portland Kennewiek does everlastingly worry the Tacoina rooster-boosters. Remember the tea at Mrs. Peach's Thursday afternoon, October sth. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Come and have a good time, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Pack of Penburg, Idaho, have purchased the west three acres of O. L. Hanson's garden tract at $500 per acre and are going to make tt,eir home here. Miss Je?sie Jackson of London, On tario, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Williams, left this morn ing for Connell where she has been engaged to teach school. According to the Be.iton County Abstract & Title Company's report t he instruments affecting right of way now being secured by the Northern Pacific in this county cov...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 October 1905

For Lung Troubles Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cer tainly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis,consumption. And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs. There can be no mistake about this. You know it is true. And your own doctor will say so. "My little boy had a terrible cough. X tried everything I could hear of but in vain until I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. The first night he was better, and he steadily improved until he was perfectly well." —Mils. S. J. Steele, Alton, 111. A Made by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell. Moss, y® Also manufacturers of Zjk 9 SARSAPARILLA. jQijers esiw Leep the bowels regular with Ayer's 'ills and thus hasten recovery, The/flair j/Y/M/icJJy Prepares its students for holding positions a« Bookkeepers and Stenographers It does more than that —in se cures the positions for th«m. It is the large t, best equipped and most modern business college in the northwest. Send for catalogue. Do not delay, do it today. H. C. BLAIR, Principal. Spokane, Wash. Willing OKI Work...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 October 1905

KEWS OF THE WORLD ■SHORT TILEGRAPfI ITERS FROM I ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. ~ A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal p Events. King Leopold, at the banquet of ti ,„ congress on colonial expansion recently, gave emphatic denial to re cent reports that he intended to abdi- C "a destructive fire occurred recently at Highlandtown, a suburb of Balti more, the plant of the Red "C" Oil company being consumed, as was the plant of Sherwood Bros., manufact urers of oils and grease, a street rail way car barn and several small dwell ings and business structures. The loss is estimated at $300,000. I Mrs. Chadwick is now seeking a re trial. A lockout in three of the big elec trical works in Berlin began Saturday morning. It affects all the factories of the Algemiene, the Siemens-Halske and the Siemens-Shuckert companies, except one lamp factory, and throws about 33,000 workmen out of employ ' inent. \ The tru...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 October 1905

Still a Few More left MEN'S SUITS The last ten days they have gone like hot cakes at Christ mas time. Still we have a nice assortment to select from. And if you will have any use for a suit in the next six months we can do business with you for we give you all the profits. We are agents for McKibbon's "None Better" Hats With too large a stock on hand and in order to reduce same will give you the same 25 per cent off 011 them. Shoes We have the best at bottom prices. Our fall goods are coming and we must have room and money. We always try to keep our grocery stock complete with the best of everything. FEEDS AND SEEDS WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN THIS LINE And when you need treatment always go to the specialist?. The only active produce dealers in the Valley. Columbia Commision Company WHOLESALERS OF FRUIT AND PRODUCE, KENNEWICK, - - WASHIXGNON Golden Rule Real Estate Office | 1 If you want a good desert claim near Kennewick, c Kiona or Benton, under the proposed government jj ditch it will ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 October 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 25 HONOR ROLL. • The conditions upon which pu pts are put upon the Honor Roll are as follows: They must have no unexcused absence or tardiness; must have E in deportment; E in one-half or more of their studies; no grade lower than F. Absence or tardi ness is excusable for the following reasons: Sickness of pupil or fam ily; very inclement weather; such unusual circumstances of an una voidable nature as to make attend ance impracticable; necessary em ployment in families where help of children is necessary. The following so called "ex cuses" are not acceptable: Not getting up on time; slow clock or no clock; forgetting to start; away late breakfast or dinner; jgoing on errands. The above provisions are in ac cord with the rules laid down by the State Board of Education which pupils to bring notes stat ing the reason for their absence or tardiness. If the reason is such that the teacher can accept, the ab sence or tardiness is marked "ex cused;"' if ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 October 1905

His Heart's Desire By SIR WALTER BESANT CHAPTER V. At half-past four exactly Mr. Leighan. of Gratnor, commonly called Daniel Daniel Leighan. or Old Dan, or Mr. Daniel, according to the social position of those who spoke to him, awoke with • start from his afternoon nap. He was the rich man of a parish in which there was no squire; he was the Tillage miser; he was the terror of those who owed him money; he was the driver of the hardest bargains: he was the ■trong and masterful man; he was the •courge of the weak and thriftless; he waa the tyrant of the village. He knew •11 this, and so far from being humiliat ed, he enjoyed the position. The girl who sat working at the open window was his niece, Mary Nether cote. She lived with Daniel, and took care of him. He railed at all the world except her; he quarreled with all the world except his niece; and those persons who averred that he was kind to her because he had the keeping of ner money •nd took all the interest for himself, •nd had ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 October 1905

Buy Ha ir\ at Auction? At any rate, you seem to be getting rid of it on auction-sale principles: "going, going, g-o-n-e!" Stop the auction with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It checksfallinghair, and always restores color to gray hair. A splendid dressing also. Sold for over sixty years. " My hatr came out so badly I nearly lost It all. I had beard »«• much about Ayer'a Hair Viger I thought I would gl*« It a trial. I did to and It completely stopped the falling, and made mv hair grew very rapidly."— Maky H. Field. Nocthfleld, Mass. A MftdebyJ.C. Ayrr Co.. Lowell, Mass, yi Also manufacturers of /J _ 9 SARSAPAHLLA. i\uers Svpkt.^ Posse Shoots Down Bandits. Wild Rose, Wis., Oct. 9. —One ban dit was killed, two were probably mor tally wounded and one other was ap prehended in a desperate fight with a posse of 50 armed citizens of this vil lage, aroused by the burglary of the postoffice and the attempted looting of the bank early this raorning. The bandits were caught in a forest eight miles from t...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 October 1905

Cole's Hot Blast Stoves have been tn use in this city and vicinity for a long time and will burn coal from local yards beautifully. Kennewick Hardware Co. /vNNEWick Courier J.UREN W. SOTH IDITOR and PROPRIETOR ;MS OF SUBSCRIPTION ir, in Advance - * $1.50 t-ths - ; -75 ontha • - - - .50 Will Build to Pacific Coaat. Charles Pfeffer, the townsite Agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, has announced author itiveiy that the Milwaukee road would build to the coast He said denials were useless after the pub licity given the recent purchase at Tacoma of terminals involving more than $500,000. Pfeffer says the Milwaukee has surveyors and right of way agents in eastern Washington at the present time. Withdraw Yakima Lands The interior department at Wash ington, D. C., yesterday announced that 628,000 a r res of land which had been withdrawn on account of the Dubois irrigation project has been restored to the public domain. The land restored is located in the vicinity of the Snake riv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 October 1905

the local field mOM SATURDAY'S DAILY John Hamilton has been quite nick, j,. \V. Soth was at Prosper yesterday on business. \ L. Menhinick ofTacoma was here looking after land matters yesterday. W. H. Hill of Prosser is moving his family into the Richards house south of the schoolhouse today. The dance given last night by the jjnil was well attended and was a thoroughly enjoyable affair. A telephone inessnge was received here this morning announcing the death of a brother of W. R. Arnoii who resided at Ellensburg, Wash. Mrs. William Murray and family will leave this evening for Spokane on their way to their new Home at Phoe nix, B. C., where Mr. Murray is yard in aster. j. \V. Bowling of Spencer, Ir.d,, has arrived here for a short visit at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. S. Haxton, but likes the climate so well be will remain for the winter. Mrs. Harriet Johnson of Cohocton, !f. Y., and her sister, Miss Alice Wil iox.of Ballard, Wash-, who have been risking at S. It. Tripp's the p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 October 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASiSiNGTsN, siaAHU, MONTANA AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place —Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. The worst windstorm of the year struck the Sound last 1* riday night. From Wallula comes the information that a big grading outfit with about 100 men is at work on the north bank cf the Columbia at Wallala. Nome has come forward with a subscription of $10,000 for the Alaska exposition, proposed to be held in Se attle in 1907. The Great Northern has authorized a reward of $5000 for the arrest and conviction of each man implicated in the recent holdup of the overland train near Ballard. Information is wanted as to the whereabouts of Frances Bartlett or Frances Erz. It is understood she has also been known as Madge Cohen. Address George Erz. Lynden, Wash. Blown up by dynamite, the barge Newport, a lumber freighter of the best type on the Pend d'Oreill...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 October 1905

STRIKES IN RUSSIA reign of terror EXISTS IK IISCOW AND TIFIIS. Troop* Rush in—ln Conflict With Strikers Volleys Are Fired Into Crowde—More Than Fifty Killed— Police Given Pewer to Slay at Will if Resistance Is Shown. Moscow, Oct. 11—A reign of terror again exists throughout the city and the adjoining country as a result of renewed rioting between strikers and troops. Desperate fighting has taken place in every quarter of the city, and dozens of strikers were killed and wounded. The rioting began early Sunday morning when a band of socialists carrying red flags and banners bearing derogatory inscriptions commenting on members of the royal family and local authorities tried to parade through the principal strets. The police attempted to disperse them, when some one fired a shot from a revolver, the bullet se verely wounding Police Lieutenant Nicholas Pontchevitch. The police then fired a volley into the crowd and charged it, only to be driven back with gome loss. Troops were tnen call...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 October 1905

Bgiimi mili t nili niifi i Firin mil n imi 111111iiiminiJ iin irunnti inn i niiiifinitiin 11111 m 1 Still a Few More left | J MEN'S SUITS I 1 1 5 The last ten days they have gone like hot cakes at Christ- = § mas time. Still we have a nice assortment to select from. 5 s And if you will have any use for a suit in the next six 1 I months we can do business with you for we give you all g 1 the profits. We are agents for g I McKibbon's I mm 1 "None Better" Hats | s With too large a stock on hand and in order to reduce same p jj will give you the same 25 per cent off on them. = i Shoes i 1 We have the best at bottom prices. Our fall goods are j i coming and we must have room and money. We always g ff try to keep our grocery stock complete with the best of = | everything. I ! R. H, ANDERSON! iiiiMMi«iiMiiMiiuimiitiiiii:iniiiiiiijmnjtui;H»ii;MiuMniii:i:iiiitiiiiiiiM!i;NiiiiiHMti*«*»i*iiil Golden Rule Real Estate Office j If you want a good desert claim near Kennewick, £ Kiona or Benton, un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 October 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 2G Steamer Comes Up the Snake. The first steamboat to navigate the Snake river as far up as Lewis ton for nearly three months arriv ed at Lewiston on October ioth. The Lewiston in charge of Captain Works, left Rirparia Monday even ing and made about 20 miles that night, finishing the rnn yesterday. The resumption of the steamboat traffic on ths river will hasten the construction woTk of the Lewistcn Riparia railroad as the contractors have been unable to get supplies and material since the boat service was withdrawn. The Lewiston brought up a full load of camp sup plies wnich was distributed at the vrrious camps along the river. The river is not at a high stage of water by any means, but the Lewiston used the lice only once, from which it would appear that not much difficulty will be encoun tered in further navigation. The Norma will be inspected this week and the entira O. R. & N fleet will be on the river. Portland Fair Financial Success. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 October 1905

'LAYING HOOKEY. I remember when In boyhood, last a step advanced from toyhood. When iu through the sehoolronm win dows touted sweet the wild bird*' call, I would c-li'se my desk at dinner Like a hardened little sinner, And the after-nooning found me play ing hookey from It all. What to us the far-off sorrow Of the whipping on the morrow. For the day seemed nil the future— 'twa*i a hundred hours long, And each hour we were enjoying By the wood and pool—jiwt buying. While the wild birds caught our laugh ing tones and wove them hito song. And to-day a robin twittered Through the window, and my littered Desk l>e*'ame the lnk-bcspattered one my schooldays used to know, When the voice of spring was crying And some voice In me replying To its every note and echo—-and some yearning bade me go. But a sterner duty fetters Me to those unanswered letters While through half-opened shutters sweet the wild birds cry and call. And I'm wishing, wishing, wishing. I might steal off somewhere, fishi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 October 1905

Why Refer to Doctors Because we make medicines for them. We give them the j formula for Ayer's Cherry | Pectoral, and they prescribe it ! for coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption. They trust it. Then you can afford to trust | it. Sold for over 60 years. - Ayer's Cherry Pectoral i« a remedy that should he in every home. I have used a (treat deal of it for hard coughs and colds, and I know what a splendid medicine it Is. Ican not recommend it too highly."— MABK E. Cohen, Hyde Park, Mass. A M*debyJ.O.Ayer Co., Lowell, Mas*. Also manufacturers of JLI _ > SARSAPARILLA flyers sw oyer's Pills greatly aid the Cherry Sectoral in breaking up a cold. 0. B. Williams' Sash and Door BARQAIN S This beautiful front door only $3.50. has engraved pattern plate glass. Cross panel fir doors, the world's best door; only $1.30 per door. Send for price lists. I sell doors, windows, mouldings and frames, locks, hinges, sash cords and sash weights at wholesale prices to ev erybody. I have moved to 1010...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 October 1905

COLE'S HOT BLAST Wonderful Heater and Fuel Saver 1 111 or S°ft Coal, Lignite or lard Goal Col'es tpl 1 Cos' of Stove Saved in I Ggarallto9 1 £ i mM Af. you know one-half of soft cdh! is gas—the entire gas supply for many oitias 3 A 1 ¥ 1 Zzj; ; 2nd towns being made from the same kind of soft coal you are using We every * S B ® B fij s? ' Ihe extent of unhurned gases in hard coal is shown by opening the magazine cover stove to remain abso- £ /fE * * S j of a base burner when the extra oxygen supplied fills the entire stove with flaming gas. lutcly alr=tlgfct as long #• Other staves allow this gas, which is the best part of the coal, also a large 83 uscJ. P art the heat, to pass up the chimney. This waste will average from $10.00 to $50.00 a year for every family and millions of dollars in fuel are thus wasted annually. form heirt dly anAfgfct J The Original Cole's Hot Blast Stove C?E?.r~ YOU I 'MM .Saves ASS Wasted with Other Steves I We guarantee that 1 V IffiJlijiill!: ;!l!(l . Col...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 October 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD rxOM SATURDAY'S DAILY Photos of all sizes at Kennewick studio. WANTED.—4OOO old sacks at once Cash paid. Columbia Commission Co. Wm. Guernsey, the undertaker and ,j»mbalmer, was down from Prosser this morning. j j\ Koherts of Richlaud was in towr to-day and purchased a lame supply oi feed from the Columbia Commission Co. Mrs. K. 11. Hirtwig and Miss Pauline jlartwigof Walla Walla, are visiting a few days with Mrs. Hartwig's sister, Mrs. C. N" Crutch field. Mrs. H. A. Flood and son of Spokane, who have been visiting Mrs. C. W. Story, returned home last night. Mrs. Story on Thursday afternoon, gave a conundrum luncheon in honor of her guests. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Con gregational church met with Mrs. C.O. Anderson Thursday afternoon. After a short devotional and business meeting the afternoon was spent in sewing for the coming church fair. By the kind ness of Mrs. Anderson the ladies en joyed a ride down and back in Mr. Put nam's carryall. Rev. Mr. Tuttle has ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 October 1905

NcWS OF THE WORLD ShilKT TcLEGRAPfI STEMS FROM A'L PARIS OF THE GLOBS- A ■ eview of Happenings in Both i .-tern and Western Hemispheres , u-ing the Past Week—National, f istorieal, Political and Personal t vents. % ; j. Bryan and family have arrived at toKohama. u ruworeS that Prince Na po ;on, governor general of Caucasus, ha been assassinated at Titiis. /hour Fiske Studebaker, only son of -he late Peter E. Studebaker, prom ineat in the carriage business, is dead. he emperor of Russia and the em pe*or of Japan have signed their re spective copies of the peace treaty, thus officially ending the war. Stockholm. —Both houses of parlia ment have unanimously adopted the government bill providing for the rat ification of the Karlstadt treaty. The Costa Rican government has or dered a census of the Chinese in the country in order that those who have entered illegally may be banished. The strike of the Berlin electrical workers is ended. The workmen ac cept the associated companies' origin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 October 1905

HENRV IRVING DIE.: DISTINGUISHED ACTOR PASStii AWAY AT BRADFORD, ENGLAND English Speaking Stage Suffers Gre;.: Less by His Death —Foremost Act>.. of His Time —Family Desires Fu .- eral Arrangements to Be Simple j Possible. The English speaking world has suf fered an irreparable loss by the sud den death recently of Sir Henry Irvin. , who was universally regarded as tL most representative English actor u contemporary times. Sir nenry died literally in harness. He was giving a series of farewell pe.- formances in the English provinces, and last week was playing an engage ment at Bradford, appearing in several favorite roles. After the performance Friday night Sir Henry returned to the hotel, reach ing his rooms at 11:30 o'clock, when it was observed that he was in great pain. Physicians were immediately summoned, but before they could ar rive Sir Henry was seized with an at tack of syncope and expired within a few minutes, without having uttered a word, in the presence of Bram Stoc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 October 1905

|viui mm i muti tuitm ih i ntn in mi illinium iihuhi iiimmm imimwutMwu h mm | Still a Few More left | J MEN'S SUITS | H The last ten days they have gone like hot cakes at Christ- E £ mas time. Still we have anice assortment to select from. = g And if yon will have any use for a suit in the next six = g months we can do business with you for we give you all E g the profits. We are agents for E f McGibbon's 1 I "None Better" Hats | | With too large a stock on hand and in order to reduce same E £ will give you the same 25 per cent off 011 them. E 1 Shoes | ■H We have the best at bottom prices. Our fall goods are E £ coming and we must have room and money. We always = s try to keep our grocery stock complete with the best of E i everything. E inn u wilful' ihillinll mll itiii t j 1111 in ii hi iuiih imi u 111 iim in 11 uuiimiii nwmill m i ii£ I Golden Rule Real Estate Office j !'" " I | If you want a good desert claim near Kennewick, jj i Iviona or Benton, under the proposed government ...

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