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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 January 1911

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IX. NO. 42 COUNCIL PASSES NEW ORDINANCES City Council Makes the Attorney ' Earn His Salary in Drafting New Measures The council met in adjourned ses sion last Saturday night and threshed out a bunch of ordinances in short order. Councilman Uudkin occupied the mayor's chair in absence of Mr. Richards who is on jury duty at the county seat, and working force of the council was still further lessened by the illness of connc'linan Tomp kins. A petition of the west-end mer chants was granted for additional hitching racks on Pacific street. An ordinance providing for police department was passed. This meas ure provides for a force of not more than six policemen, at salaries of $(>•> per month, and raises the mar shal's salary to $100. The marshal is now authorized by ordinance to use the labor of the city's prisoners on street improve ment work. The new measure makes the hoboes' time worth $2 per day and l»oard and if they don't want to work at these figur...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 January 1911

Page Two The KENNEWICK COURIER R. E. REED and E. C. TRIPP, Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Friday from the Courier Building, Second St., Keaoewick, Wash. One Year, $1.50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Entered March 27.1902. as second-class matter at Kennewick, Wash., Act of Congress of March 3d. 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY TRIBUTE NO THE NORTHWEST Dr. Woods Hutchinson, one of the foremost writers of the day has just issued a new volume on Travel in which he pays a high compli ment to the Northwest. In part he says: '"A country with green moun tains, of dazzling, snow-tipped peaks, of grass, of moss, of fern, which knows neither the barren ness of winter nor the brown ness of summer; a land which has all the West and most invigorating qual ities of the cradle of our Teutonic race with none of its savagery or extremes —this new cradle of the blonde Aryan nice centers in Ore gon, extending Northward to Brit ish Columbia and southward to northern California, the home...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 January 1911

Friday, January 27, 1911 CANAL FORTIFICATION ADVOCATED BY TAFT President Declares World Not Civilized Enough to Depend On Treaty. New York. — Declaring that the world is not yet far enough advanced in civilization for the United States to depend upon international treaty Tor the protection of so important a • project as the Panama Canal, Presi dent Tal't, in a speech to the Penn sylvania Society of New York, made a strong appeal for the canal fortifi cation program for which he is fight ing before Congress. "I yield to no one in my love of peace," said the President, "in my hatred of war and in my earnest de sire to avoid vrar. But I cannot per mit myself in the enthusiastic desire to secure universal peace to blind my self to the possibilities of war." This is the first of a series of blows which it is understood the President will deliver to arouse support for the canal fortification bill. Congress is said to be about evenly divided on thig question and he hopes to con vert * suff...

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. — 27 January 1911

Page Four Stanton's Insurance Office Agents, Brokers, and Adjusters Every Kind of Insurance Prompt Settlements. . . . PHONE 282 Kennewick, Wash. Branch otfice in Pasco Our butter wrappers are strong and serviceable, tasteless and odorless; the ink will not "run". Kennewick Furniture Company Carry a larger, more varied and much finer stock of furniture than anyone in this, or adjoining towns, also rugs and matting. Our stock of mattresses and bedding is larger and more up-to-date than any competitors. Our heating stoves and ranges are of the best. We meet all the competiton, and have the largest and finest line of pianos and carry the celebrated FREE sewing ma chine that has a five insurance pol icy against fire, flood, wear or breakage. Kennewick Furniture Company Give U$ A Chance to figure on that new barn or tool house or addition to the house that you contem plate building this spring. We Know that we can save you money, by making your selection of materials from our large stock....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 January 1911

Friday, .Taxuaky 27, 1911 PROFESSIONAL CARDS Kennewick Undertaking Co. Chapel and Parlor Undertaking Embalming Funeral Directors M. A. HOWE, Mgr. Kmiialmeks License No. Ca s Answered Night or Day " l»hone 302 Res. 845 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Emijjh-Howe Bldg. Phones Office 782 Residence 783 ANDERSON & MARSHALL Lawyers Office In the Fee liter Kulldlng C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Intenational Bank Notary Public Practice in all state and United States Courts. Kennewick, Wash. HAL H. COLE Lawyer OH ice in Nat'l Bank 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 up-stairs in Kinißh-Howe B'ldine Keimewick, Wash. Practise in All Court* Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in Emigh-Howe B'dg Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. F. M. CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon of Women ami • 'hildren a Speeinltv Office 1: Bfeut Huildinu. Phone 593 J. W. K...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 January 1911

Page Six Begin the New Year Right By buying a lot I N OLMSTED ADDITION Olmsted lots are not a small cramped up affair. Every lot is large. A full sized building site. You don't need to buy two or more lots to get enough (or your home. Smallest lot 50x 140 feet, provided with ce ment sidewalks, water right, water mains, elec . trie lights and telephones It is the choicest resi dence district in ICenne wick, and notice the price and terms: Price $300 and up. Terms, 10% cash, balance in 45 monthly payments, without interest. That is to say, a $300 lot will cost $30 cash and $6 per month. Why not buy today? Northern Pacific Irrigation Co. KENNEWICK, WASH. Hotel Antlers The Only Family- Hotel in Kennewick European Plan Rooms 50c up Good Restaurant in Connection We Invite Your Patronage NEWMAN &WELLER, Props. In Orchard and Field •1 Happenings of Moment to the Man Behind the Plow THE COST OF HARVEST ING AN APPBE CROP (From December "Better Fruit") Realizing that it will he of gener al...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 January 1911

Friday, January 27, 1911 FRIDAY January 27th 19 11 •Start the story. Hoy Washburn is down with an attack of pneumonia. Banker Ben Knapp, of Kichland was In town Monday. Horn—Wednesday, Jan. 2">, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Corder, a son. I There's a mighty good yarn start tig in this issue of The Courier. Don't '\-..!ss It. C. O. Anderson went to Seattle last Sunday night to remain for several days on legal business. llufus I ullerton was in Kennewick the first of the week coming over from the Coast Saturday evening. A shipment of tine brass signs ar rived the first of the week and are lieing put up around our progressive stoles. The i.adiesof theClirlsHaii church will hold a sale of home cooking at Kolb's store Saturday afternoon of this week, the 2s tn. P. J. Murphy came over from the Sound Monday to look after the spring worK on his homestead on the Highlands. The Catholic Ladies will give a cooked food sale at Jenkins* Grocery Store, Saturday, .lan. 28. The great bread contest day and...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 January 1911

Pa(.i: Eight rrri, 1111! uj Twin City Bakery WHAT A VARIETY of good things to eat arc to* he had from this bakery. UREA I > OF THE BEST— TAYLOR MADE— cakes and pies that rival the host that mother ever made. Try us once and you'll never hother haking again. Structural Steel Whether you want steel for a building frame, a cantilever bridge or a small culvert, our facili ties and equipment will save you money. HWe fill orders correctly and make deliveries when promised. I know what you want—l have what you need — the best quality SASH AND DOORS. I keep them !n stock /or quick delivery. I have but one price and sell for cash only. <J I have my own factory. It costs me much less to make my roods and less to sell them —because I make and sell in large quanties. These prices are taken from my catalog—copy of which I will gladly mail on request: Front Doors, double thick class $2.2 Sup Fancy Front Doors, stylish $5.00 up 5-cross panel Doors, for painting $1.25 5-cross panel Doors, for...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 January 1911

Kbiday, Jam ARV 27. 1911 of prisons. lie has invented a lock, 1 believe, that"— "Let's have him." The secretary ushered in an earnest looking mail with long, wavy black hair. He was short and thin. "1 am Gustave Blickendolfenbach. the great Inventor." said tbe visitor to the warden. "1 bave a lock for you to inkeep the prisoners mit." He bowed to the warden and rubbed his hands complacently. "So I hear. Your lock can't be picked, eh?" The inventor raised his bands in hor ror at tbe suggestion. Picked! Picked!" he ejaculated. "My lock picked? The whole vorld it haff tried it—Germany. France, Kng nd and even tbe cleverest thieves in aples. The whole vide vorld it all it not open without thev the kev haff." "So I've heard, but still it might be picked at that." "It is maybe I don't understand picked—you mean open mit uot my key?" "Yes; with a wire or"— "A vire!" exclaimed the inventor. "My lock open-that I haff spend four teen years to perfect? Nein. It is laughter, yas, but"— Handler ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 January 1911

P.v«vK Ten AMENDMENT TO BRIDGE BILL (Continued from First I'atci) time. The influence of the laltor delegates did much to dissipate op position to the employers liability law but if this gets through at this session it will only he afters hard right. Assessors and Sheriffs During most ot last week John Severyns, the new assessor of Ben ton countv, was a visitor in Olym pia attending the sessions of the state association of county assessors. The convention of assessors and the labor convention are only the tirst of a number of conventions which are to l>e held in Olympia while the legislature is in session, each particular group cf delegates l*ing interested in seeing >ome new laws put on the statute l>ooks or some old ones removed. This week the sheriffs of the state are meeting here with daily ses sions. The good roads j>eople have already appeared in force and oth- WANTED 100 Farmers ppREE FARMS for LOO more citizens of United States, in Victoria, Australia's garden st...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 February 1911

The kennewick courier VOL; IX. NO. 43 COLLINS TALKS STRAWBERRIES Dealer Tells Growers to Increase their Acreage on this Profitable Crop In a recent government report, note was made that more money was made, considering the size of the investment and the time in growing strawberries for market, than in any other fruit ever grown. Still the acreage in berries in this valley is getting less, each year, and it is ex tpecially true near Kennewick. Stop and think a moment what a crop of early strawberries means. First, they are the only crop that will bear the first year; second, they are the first fruit on the market in the spring, and thev bring big prices. They are never a drug on the market, and this cannot be said of all fruits. True, they have their dull season, but the berries here have a demand which is growing every year. 1 would like to see 500 or a 1000 acres coming into bearing this year. Some of the growers are going back to strawlierries this year. They are using fertilizer ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 February 1911

Page Two The KENNEWICK COURIER R. E. REED and E. C. TRIPP, Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Friaav from the Courier Buildifl(, Second St., Kenncwick, Wash. One Xear, Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Entered March 3". 1908. as second-clase matter at Kenaewick, Wastu Act of Congress of March Bd, 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY X- THE SCHOOL QUESTION' We have outgrown our present schools. The school board desires the permission of the voters to erect a building suitable for our needs. There will be an election on Satur day, Feb. 11th, at 2 p. in., to de termine whether they shall be per mitted to erect one. The last, time the board put the proposition to the people, through some misunderstanding, it failed to pass. This time the expression of every voter in the district is desired, i The policy of the board will be to erect a building of brick or concrete, adequate to care for the school requirements for the next few years. Just at present tbis building would lie used for ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 February 1911

Friday, February o, 191 i FIGHTING THE FROST Hew the work was carried on last Spring in the Rogue River Valley. From the Climatological Summary of the Government Weather Bureau. The work of frost prevention dur ing the past season of spring; frosts has been carrie don most successful ly. The scope of the work has been such as to include practically all the better orchards lying on the valley floor, and the demonstrationos can not be considered in any other light than being entirely practical. The experimental work carried on in only a few orchards three seasons ago has been taken up and extended so that at this time it is believed that the matter of frost prevention In the or chards of the Rogue River Valley la a settled problem. During the past season there were just a few or chards in the danger zone carelessly left without protection; luckily these have served as a check on our work. In every case the unprotected or chards lying within teh frost zone were badly damaged, and. in s...

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. — 3 February 1911

P.UiE Foiu The Hamilton Supply Co. Buys and Sells Everything PAINT - PAPER - KALSOMINE Having taken over the paint business, from Roesch and Dorothy, I am fully prepared to handle the work of all the old customers and always ready to take care of the new ones H. E. MUNDAY The Painter and Decorator Signs a Specialty Phone 53 DEPOT Regular Meals 50c Hotel Kennewick H. J. CLAUSSEN, Proprietor ,/VIEAL HOURS: SUNDAY MEAL HOURS Breakfast 6:15 to 9:00 Breakfast 7:00 to 9:30 Dinner 12:00 to 1:30 Luncheon 12 to 1:30 Supper 6:00 to 7:30 Dinner 6,00 to 7:30 . ______ Give Us A Chance to figure on that new barn or tool house or addition to the house that you contem plate building this spring. We Know that we can save you money, by making your selection of materials from our large stock. Come in and let us show you. The St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. WE §111 l OFEER M our customers the best grade of groceries that money and experience can buy. Our store is simply crowded with wholesome and pure...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 February 1911

Friday, February 3, 1911 PROFESSIONAL CARDS Kennewick Undertaking Co. Chapel and Parlor Undertaking Embalming Funeral Directors H. A. HOWE, Mgr. Embalmers License No. Ca s Answered Night or Day Phone 302 Res. 845 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Emlgh-Howe Bldg. Phones Office 782 Residence 783 ANDERSON & MARSHALL Lawyers Office In tlio Fecliter Building ■ • r, C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over Intenational Bauk Notary Public Practice in all state and United States Courts. Kennewick, Wash. HAL H. COLE Lawyer Office in lSat'l Bank Building KENNEWICK, WASH. a STASER Attorney at Law ' Insurance Kennewick, Wash. Office* in C. O. Anderaon's old aund ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stalrs in Emigh-Howe B'ldlng Kennewick, Wash. Practise in All Court* % 1 ' Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in Emigh-Howe Bldg. Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. b • «".<•> s ~ »t ' v- F. M. CROSBY, M.D..C.M. rt ?V* Physician and Surgeon DiaeHWH of Women and • 'hildren a ...

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. — 3 February 1911

Page Six Begin the New Year Right By buying a lot I N OLMSTED ADDITION Olmsted lots are not a small cramped up affair. Every lot is large. A full sized building site. You don't need to buy two or more lots to get enough (or your home. Smallest lot 50x 140 feet, provided with ce ment sidewalks, water right, water mains, elec tric lights and telephones It is the choicest resi dence district in Kenne wick, and notice the price and terms: Price $300 and up. Terms, 10% cash, balance in 45 monthly payments, without interest. That is to say, a $300 lot will cost $30 cash and $6 per month. Why not buy today? Northern Pacific Irrigation Co. KENNEWICK, WASH. Hotel Antlers The Only Family Hotel in Kennewick European Plan Rooms 50c up Good Restaurant in Connection We Invite Your Patronage NEWMAN 4 WELLER, Props. In Orchard and Field Happenings of Moment to the Man Behind the Plow 1 HAVE LEARXEI) That cleanliness is one of the most important factors in the poultry busi ness; without cleanliness ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 February 1911

Friday, February 3, 1911 FRIDAY February 3rd 19 11 Read the story. W. S. Mabau, county sheriff, was in kennewlck Thursday. F. A. Swingle wa* In Kennewlck i lie first of the week. Mrs. K. M. Stockman has recovered from her recent Illness. s. I). I)ynch left Wednesday on a business trip to Spokane. <>. W. Rich was In Prosser on legal business the first of the week. Born—To Mr. and Mrs I. T. Fouch, !« daughter, Sunday, Jan. 29tb. There will he a. weddlug some place In Kennewlck Feb. 21, maybe. So say the Y. M. P's. Miss Mildred Holmes who has been 111 for the past three weeks Is now able to l>e up again. Miss Cora Allen and Frances Olbrlch have resigned their positions as operators In the telephone office. • Miss Edith Pike Is now numbered among the opera tors at the telephone office beginning her work Wednesday morning. H. E. Huntington returned Satur day from Prosser where he has been on jury duty on several condemna tion suits. Wra. Frans went to Spokane Tues day on busines...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 February 1911

Paok EJ<;HT EGGS FOR HATCHING < Uders tiiken for fur hatching j !{. C. R. 1. Reds, Rarred Hocks and ! White Leghorns. Red and Rock pens headed by Ist eockrels at Kennewlck Poultry show. Prices on application. E. 0. Keene 59tf You can't drive him out of Ken newlck wltli a club, lie Is jjolng to be planted here. Who? Why. Tyther lelgh with hln Cafe. 59 While it Is often Impossible to pre vent an accident, it Is never Impos sible to be prepared—it Is not beyond any one's purse. Invest 25 cents In « hot le of Chamberlain's Liniment and you are prepared for sprains, bruises and like Injuries. Sold by Columbia Pharmacy. A HOME IN AUSTRALIA FOR YOU Von have 31 1-2 years to pay for your farm in Victoria, the garden state of Australia, Gov ernment now opening up large tract of irrigated land. Great oppoitunity to gain indepen dence with small outlay. Land suitable for general farming, fruit raising, dairying and stock raising. Congenial cli mate admits of crop sowing every month in the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 February 1911

FRIDAY, 1911 "Alias Jimmy Valentine" Novelized by FREDERICK R. TOOMBS From the Great PJay by PAUL ARMSTRONG Copyright. 1910. by American Praia Association SYNOPSIS. Warden Handler of Sing Sing prison and Detective George Doyle endeavor to prevail on Bill Avery, a released prisoner, to search out Information against a for mer "pal," a young convict known as Jimmy Valentine. Avery refuses, and Doyle and Handler threaten to attack him. Valentine had a trick of opening safes solely by the sense of touch. Avery goes. Lieutenant Governor .Fay, his beautiful niece. Rose Lane, and two women workers in a rescue mission visit the prison. Warden Handler hears Rose Lane tell how she was rescued from a thief on a train, and he is amazed at a coincidence. CHAPTER 111. WARDEN HANDLER, regret ting that he had given bis visitors an indication that be believed he had recognised Rose Lane's deliverer, answered the i questions of the girl and the lieuten ant governor by stating: -The man is as bad as t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 February 1911

Page Ten JANUARY WEATHER |,H,r MAX. MIN liKintHll 1 32 23 2 33 1; 3 33 22 4 44 20 5 42 22 r 6 55 34 7 52 35 .03 8 48 35 9 52 32 10 54 32 11 40 32 12 28 14 13 25 04 14 24 0o 15 * 30 17 28 03 17 2fi OA 18 41 24 .02 19 .10 21 20 48 31 21 40 31 -2 50 24 23 51 24 24 <>0 28 25 57 30 .04 2H 5.1 :>,] 27 *54 27 28 .10 24 29 .Ki 20 .02 3? 58 18 31 50 22 YOUNG PEOPLE'S OAY The Christian Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian Church will have charge of the evening service, Sunday which is Young People's Day. The following program wili be given: Hymns, "A Mighty Fortress is Our God," "The Church's One Foun dation is Jesus Christ, Her Lord." Prayer. Scripture Reading. Special music. Christian Endeavor Day. "Why do I Believe in Christian Endeavor?" —Address by the leader. Pledge. What can the Christian Endeavor do for the Church and Pastor?" — Rev. Eraser. What can the Pastor do for the Christian Endeavor?" —Ralph Reed. 'What can the Christian Endeavor do for Kennewick?" —Mrs. E. R. Neibel....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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