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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 February 1911

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IX. NO. 44 FIX FEES FOR FRUITGROWERS Give Terms to Make it Easier to Join the Association— Graduated Scale. Manager Sly, of the local branch of the Yakima Valley Fruit Growers Association, was elected treasurer, at the annual meeting of the trus tees at Yakima this week. He brings back word of the action of the board in regard to making terms for the initiation fee. A suspension of those sections of the by laws relating to the payment of membership fees was made and the substitution of a plan to make it easier for the owners of the younger orchards to come into the association. In their canvass for membership the officers have found many grow ers who desire to join at once and obtain spraying materials and other supplies required for this season, but who are not able at this time to pay the 8100 membership fee. It was to meet this condition that the trustees decided to subsitute pro visions, which are to remain in ef fect only until May 1 next, after which...

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. — 10 February 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., Kenoewick, Wash. One Year. $1.50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Entered March 27,1902. as second-class matter at Kennev ick. Wash., Act of Congress o( March 3d, 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY THE MILL TAX The Farmers' Union has gone on record favoring a miil tax for the support of the higher educational institutions of the State. Now is the time to impress upon the minds of the legislators-elect their duty in this matter. We have as a state, long ago adopted a definite educa tional policy and establish institu tions accordingly. It is just as easy now as any time to determine what proportion of our taxes we will de vote to this purpose, as to do so every legislature with all the evils attending such a method. Thirteen years ago when the Rogers' "tare foot" school bill was passed we de termined definitely the amounts we would regula...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 February 1911

Friday, February 10, 1911 FIGHTING THE FROST Cj How the work was carried on last Spring in the Rogue River Valley. From the Climatological Summary of the Government Weather Bureau. (Concluded fiom La»t Week) The cost of firing per night per acre depends not only upon the cost of the fuel, but also upon tbe degree of frost. Under average conditions, say with temperatures of 26 degrees to 27 degrees F„ the cost per night per acre with fires burning 4 hours has been estimated for the oast sea sin as fillows: Crude oil, including the labor or distributing the oil and interest on the cost of the pots, with 60 pots per acre. $3.00: distilate, in cluding the same items of expense. $6 00: coal, including the same items. $5.00. This is on the basis of pounds of coal per acre hour, the coal being worth $4.00 per ton n t the mine. The cost of hauling the coal, as well as the kindling for starting it. is included within the estimate. The cost of firing with wio 1 varied greatly. However, it wou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 February 1911

Page Four 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. Plan Spring Painting NOW! It ought to have been done last year—it will HAVE to be done this year—so let it have early consideration, tj A good job of painting requires: A GOOD COLOR S( HKMK (iOOI) PAINT A GOOD PAINTER (iOOI) WEATHER It will be to your interest to see E. S. McDONALD, The Paint Man Call in and talk it over. P. O. Block SMUDGE POTS will soon be in use again to protect your crops WHY NOT get your wives, families and property protected NOW at STANTON'S INSURANCE OFFICE Agents, Brokers and Adjusters? We write every description of insurance Kennewick. Phone 282. Branch Office: Pasco Pont Miss these Bargains •"> ACHES —all planted and paying with fair buildings for £2,KM") or $...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 February 1911

Fbiday, February 10, 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 Emlgb-howe Bldg. Phones Office 782 Residence 783 ANDERSON & MARSHALL Lawyers Office In the Fecliter Building C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer office over Intenational Hank Notary Public Practice in all state and United States Courts. Kennewick, Wash. HAL H. COLE Lawyer Office 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 Emigh-Howc B'lding Kennewick, Wasli. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in Emigh-Howe Bldg Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. F. M. CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon OineHMeM of Women and ('hildreii a Specialty Office In Bauk Building. Phone 693 J. W....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 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 for your home. Smallest Jot 50x140 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% cask, balance in 45 monthly payments, without interest. That is to say, a $300 lot will cost $30 cash and $6 per month. Why not boy today? Northern Pacific Irrigation Go. KENNEWICK, WASH. Hotel Antlers The Only Family- Hotel in Kennewick European Plan Rooms 50c up Good Restaurant in Connection We Invite Your Patronage W. L. NEWMAN, Proprietor In Orchard and Field Happenings of Moment to the Man Behind the Plow THE PROFIT AND LOSS IN POOLTRY-KEEPING if you are in poultry work either as a village fancier or a farmer you are, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 February 1911

Friday, February 10 1911 FRIDAY February 10th 19 11 Harry Holloway was down from Utopia the first of the week. Something will happen on the eve ning of Feb. 21. Ask any Y. M. P. Horn—To l)r. and Mrs. J. B. Schlnud. Monday, February 6th, a daughter. M. li. Stulble of Seattle was a bus iness visitor In thectty the latter part of last week. Miss Alpha Owens arrived today from North Yakima and Is the guest of Miss Emma Heidtkt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nlchosen left on Monday of last week for Portland to be absent several weeks. B. Alexander made a short trip to Portland the first of the week. He also spent day or two In Seattle. S. M. Locker by was numbered among the visitors to our husky little neighboring town, Benton City C. o Anderson is taking a few weeks' vacation and hopes to be much improved in health before he returns. I nvltations are out for a graud ball to he given tomorrow night at the home of M«\ Svatonsky In the Horse Heaven country. 0. N. ■darsolais, the Sea v tle agent fo»- th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 February 1911

Page Eight SFFD CATALOG! f 71 il f* M READY TO mail! Th« ieading See J Catalog cf "the West—l Lilly'* Catalog. Your 1911 crop dependaH ea GOOD teed—tend for this Catalog I and set the best. Write now to tb« I CHAS. H. LILLY CO., Seattle, Wn.l A READY-MADE FARM FOR YOU QELECT your own plans and the state of Victoria, Aus tralia, will build you a home on an irrigated tract, and give you both house and land on the installment plan. 3lf Years in which to pay for the land Congenial climate, much like that of California; rich re sources; liberal laws. Govern ment boards instruct in irriga tion and assist you in making a start. Only 100 tracts are offered to citizens of the United States. For free booklets, giving de tails of this great opportunity, address Major S. Harris, Dominion Stock <fc Bond Corp., I .td., Winch Bldg., Ya 1 icou ver, R.C. Twin City Bakery WHAT A VARIETY of good things to eat are to be had from this bakery. BREAD OF THE REST TAYLOR MADE— cakes aud pies that rival t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 February 1911

Friday,. FebruarvJlO, Hill "Alias Jimmy Valentine" Novelized by FREDERICK R. TOOMBS From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG Copyright. 1910. by American Pros 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 \ alentine. 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. Convict Jimmy Valentine, No. 1289. is brought into the warden's office to open a safe as an object lesson to the visitors, and Rose recognizes him as the man who> saved her from the thief Cotton. Valentine says he can't open the ...

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

PM.F; Pen GROWING PEDIGREED TREES 11. \\ . Reaugh. manager of the Ballygrcen Nurseries near Hanford, was in town the first of the week. Mr. Reaugh and (\ Whaley of St. Paul are owners of GO acres of line fruit land on the river about three miles above llanford and claim originality for the Ballygreen system of growing selected certilied pedigreed trees. They have 20 acres in nursery stock and 30 acres in two-year-old apples. Believing that "as the hud or scion, so the tree'" these nursery men two years ago began the sys tem of carefully selecting their scions from the best trees in prize winning orchards throughout the state. Their Spitzenburgs and New ton scions are from Sprout's Hood River orchard which won the sweep stakes at the Spokane Apple Show and their Winesaps and Delicious are from the orchards of O. (!. France at Wenatchee and Dick Hart at Toppenish, both of which orch ards won high honors at Spokane. Mr. Keaugh is a linn believer in his system and says that it is the on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

The kennewick courier VOL. IX. NO. 45 VOTE TO OPPOSE RICH MEASURE Club Sends a Representative to Work Against County Division Bill A remonstrance against House Bill No. 283 was signed by all mem bers present at the last Commercial Club meeting and was forwarded to Olympia. This bill, introduced by Representative Rich of Prosser, will if passed, permit of a strip of land being taken from Yakima and an nexed to Benton county, thus strengthening Prosser in the event of a county seat contest. In addition to the remonstrance, the Club voted to defray part of the expenses of Fay F. Dean at Olym pia in case he could work against the Rich Bill without interfering with the interests of the Haxton and Finley drainage bills for which he is working at the Capital. The Courier's correspondent at Olympia has the following to say concerning the county division bill: "Although the Rich county annex ation bill will allow Pierce county to annex a small portion of King the Seattle legislators have wit...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

of S!ITUR Eand House Furnishings Commences Feb. 18, at a Discount of 25% THIS 25 per cent reduction is from our regular selling prices, which are already from 10 to 25% below our competitors. This makes many of these items cheaper in the new article than to buy bed bugs from a second-hand joint. We are simply over stocked on this class of goods and need the space they occupy for other items of goods. flWe are unloading a new car of Furniture this week that will be in this sale. While it is a little early for your spring house cleaning, it will pay you to anticipate your wants and make your purchases during the early part of the week. Nothing in the House Furnishing line is reserved, excepting a few arbitrary priced articles,such as Majestic ranges Carman DeLuxe and Waldorf mattresses Kirsch Curtain Rods, Stoneware, and 12 foot linoleum. <1 This discount applies only on House Furnishings Positively No Goods sold to Our Competitors at these Prices Mail-orders LT.oIZ write us what y...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Friday, February 17, 1911 From the State Capital Items from Executive City of Interest to Benton County Folks No provision for a Keunewick- Pasco l»riclge over the Columbia will t>e included in the general appro priation bill at this session. The Horrigan-Rich bill, asking an ap propriation of $2 >0,0(K). will sleep in committee. This is the positive statement of -f. H. Davis, chairman of the house appropriations committee. Every bridge bill brought before the legis lature will be accorded similar treat ment. Decision to cut out all special ap propriations was reached by the house early in the session. The senate adopted a more liberal pol icy. For four weeks the two ap propriations committees have ljeen working at counter purposes. Bud get bills over a million dollars apart were provided for state institutions and offices. Last week, however, through the efforts of Governor M. E. Hay the two committees were brought to gether and a compromise bill was decided on. This follows ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Page Four The KENNEWICK COURIER R. E. REED and E. C. TRIPP, Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Friday from the Courier Building, Second St., Ketone wick, Wash. One Year, $1.50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $,50 Kntered March 27. 1902. as second-class matter at Kennewick. Wash., . Act of Congress t»f March Sd, 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY CO-OPERATION Op FRUIT OROWERS Co-operation of fruit growers means getting together and staying together for letter or worse. Co operation which does not contem plate putting the crops in the hands of the association is worse than use less. A grower who figures that he can get the advantages of organiza tion and yet be free to dispose of his crop to whomsoever he pleases when he is ready for the market might just as well go out and chase himself up and down a few rows of apple trees. A co-operative fruit growers asso ciation must have fruit to handle or dispose of or it cannot be a fac tor in the market. It must, have capital and credit a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Friday, February 17, li)ll 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 for your home. Smallest lot 50x140 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 W. L. NEWMAN, Proprietor In Orchard and Field tj Happenings of Moment to the Man Behind the Plow INTENSIVE OR EXTENSIVE Intensive farming was the sub ject discussed at an institute this winter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Page Six. 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. SMUDGE POTS will soon be in use again to protect your crops WHY NOT get your wives, families and property protected NOW * at STANTON'S INSURANCE OFFICE Agents, Brokers and Adjusters? We write every description of insurance Kennewkk, Phone 282. Branch Office: Pasco OFEER our customers the best grade of groceries that money and experience can buy. Our store is simply crowded with wholesome and pure things for the table use. The BUTTER, SUGAR, CANNED GOODS AND CEREALS that we sett, althrough very reasonable in price, can be relied upon to be of absolutely first quality. To buy here means to save and assure satisfaction JENKINS' CASH STORE The Young Man who reasons it out, works along the line ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Friday, February 17 1911 AD this week's news T H I S week j* See the art exhibit. Jas. Whitman leftKrlday for Walia Walla. Willie Mills was a Kenoewlck visj Itor the first of the week. J. C. Chilstensen of Patterson was Kennewlck Wednesday. P. J. Eschbaugh, of Eschbangh, Bruce & Company, was here from North Yakima Sunday. The Infant son of Charles Marshall died last wefek. ■■ Ttie body .was ship ped to Pendleton on Tuesday. The program committee. for the coming district conferance meeting met with Rev. Brown the early part of this week. This committee is composed of Walton Sklpworth, D. 0., and W. P. Jeanette of Eiiensburg and Rev. Brown. They are arrange Ing an interesting program for the three days' event lu the fore part of May. Rev. Newell, who has charge of the churches at Mabton and at Klona, was down conferring with Rev, Sklpworth while he was here. Evangelist J. E. Williams whs pres ent at these meetings. ■ OhCt ■ \% i*/ k rr* There will be a special communica tion of Ke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Page Eight. INSTRUMENTS RECORDED Filings entered in the County Auditor's office for the week just ended Instruments filed in. Auditor's Of- j fice from 12 noon Feb. 7th to 12 | noon Feb. Sth, 1911: Cascade Lmb. Co. vs. W. R. Ochel- i 3N JO r.-l N 'nan \xn ia aaj, 1-4 of NE 1-4 of 9-9-28. Con sideration $74.70 ! F. E. Knowies to Cascade Lbr. Co., Chat. Mtg., 1 wagon. I harrow, 2 plows, 2 drills. Con sideration .. . .sl7l.fi" M. E. Houston et vlr'to H. E. Pet tis et ux, Rel. Mtg., 17.93 acres ' in lot 5. 'sec. 31-9-25. being north of It. of W. of N. P. Ry. Co.. also W. 216 ft. of lot 10 in 31-9-25 and W. 216 ft. of SW 1-4 of SE 1-4 of 31-9-25 N. of R. of W. of N. P. Ry. Co. Con sideration . . M. E. Houston et vir to 11. E. Pet tis et ux. Rel.-Mtg.. 17.93 acres in lot 5 of 31-9-25. be ng N. of R. of W. of N P. Ry. Co. Also W. 216 ft. of lot 10 in said sec tion; and W. 216 ft. of SW 1-4 of SE 1-4 of 31-9-25 N. of R. of W. of N. P. Ry. Co. The Prosser Power Co. to The Prosser Water Co.. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Frihay, Febwaky 17, 1911 eptrv CATALOG! ijl jl jl / ready to Mail! The leading Seed Catalog of!th« Wert— I Lilly'* Catalog. Yoor 1911 crop tftptmlal on GOOD Mej-md for this Catalog I and get the beat. Write DOW to die I CHAS. H. LILLY CO., Seattle, Wn.l A READY-MADE FARM FOR YOU QELECT your own plans and the state of Victoria, Aus tralia, will build you a home on an irrigated tract, and give you both house and land on the installment plan. 3li Years in which to pay for the land Congenial climate, much like that of California; rich re sources; liberal laws. Govern ment boards instruct in irriga tion and assist you in making a start. Orilv 100 tracts are offered to citizens of the United States. For free booklets, giving de tails of this great opportunity, address Major S. Harris, Dominion Stock & Bond Corp., Ltd., Winch Bldg..Vancouver, B.C. rrrffii Twin City Bakery WHAT A VARIETY of good things to eat are to l>e had from this bakery. BREAD OF THE BEST TAYLOR MADE — cakes aud ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Page Ten. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Kennewick Undertaking Co. Chapel and Parlor Undertaking Embalming Funeral Directors H. A. HOWE, Mgr. Kmhalmers License No. Ca s Answered Night or Day Phone 302 Res. 845 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Emigh-Howe Bldg. Phones Office 782 Residence 783 ANDERSON & MARSHALL Lawyers Office in the Fechter Dulldlug C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Olfrceover Intenational Bunk Notary Public Practice in all state and United States Courts. Kennewick, Wash. HAL H. COLE Lawyer Office 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 Emigh-Howe B'lding Keuuewiek. Wash. Practise in All Courts Or. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in Kmigh-Hovve Bldg Phone 532 KENNEWICK, WASH. F. M. CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Disease* <»f Women and < Children a Si»-«inlly Office In B»,uk Building. Pbout* 5Wi J. w. kelley ...

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