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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Friday, February 17, 1011 ["Alias I Jimmy I Valentine" + + + + Novelized by | FREDERICK R. TOOMBS + From the Great ♦ Play by t PAUL ARMSTRONG * ■¥ Copyright. 1910, by American Press £ Association SYNOPSIS. Warden Handler of Sing Sing prison and Detective George Doyle endeavor to iirevall 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 lo attack him. Valentine had a trick of opening «afes Bolely by the sense of touch. Avery goes. Lieutenant Governor Fay, Ms beautiful niece. Rose Lane, and two women workers in a rescue mission visit the prison. Warden Handler hears Rose Lane tell >yow 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 & safe as an object lesson to the visitors, and Rose recognizes him as the man who saved her from the thief Cotton. Va...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 February 1911

Page Twelve. HARBOR LINES DESIGNATED Army Engineer Gathers Data in Consultation With Busi ness Men Major C. W. Kutz of the U.S. Army engineers arid Engineer By strum of the State Land Com mission were in the city last Tues day in the interests of the survey of Kennewick's water front. The ground was thoroughly gone over in the forenoon and in the afternoon a hearing was given at the Commercial Club rooms, at which a preliminary map of this portion of the river was shown, on which the pier head lines had l>een sketched from data previously fur nished by the city arid county en gineers. Major briefly explained the work of tile War Department in connection with establishing harbor lines and then asked for suggestions and changes on his map. At the suggestion of interested persons representing Kennewick's side of There is More to Learn about Painting and Calciming than the mere handling of the brush. Many seem to think if they have properly mixed a pail full of good calcimine that th...

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. — 24 February 1911

The kennewick courier VOL. IX. NO. 46 SHOULD VOTE SEWER BONDS Delay Will Only Make Work More Costly—Plans Not Understood The proposed issue of $30,000 bonds for the construction of the trunk sewer, which is to be voted upon March 9th, seems to be arous ing considerable oppositiou, as was evidenced at the council chamber Tuesday night when the situation was gone over with some of the property owners. Most of the oppositiou comes from those who think the city's boun daries should be enlarged before in curring the sewer indebtedness. While it is true that there is con siderable territory that might well be incorporated, it will take time to do it, and time is precious if the i-ewer outlet is to be constructed be fore this year's high water. If the building of the trunk sewer is delayed another year, it probably will mean a greatly increased labor cost, as labor is plentiful now and from 50 to 75 per cent cheaper than it normally is. Another cause of opposition is the fact that the peop...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 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., Kennewick, Wash. One Year, $1.50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Knterefl March ti. 19V.!. as second-class matter at Kenuewick. Wa»h., Act of Congross of March ;<d. 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY WIIY DON'T YOI! RKCiISTER Next Tuesday, tlie 28th, will be held a .special election to vote school bond?. Ten days later, March 9th, another election will he held to vote bond:* for the trunk sewer. Satur day, March 4th, occurs the annual school election. In view ot the im portance of these elections, the ap athy of the voters toward register ing is strange. At the time of this writing, hardly one-fourth of those qualified to register have done so. Pasco, at the same time, has over 400 names on her l»ook.s. Are the citizens this side of the river less interested in public welfare than those of our sister city? If they are not, then let ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 February 1911

Friday, Fkbruary 24, 1911 "It's Up to You, Bub!" q In view of conditions which have come to light in Kennewick during the past few da\s, we think the following little sermonette is especially applicable. It is taken from William Allen White's book of sketches, "In Our Town," and is reprinted in the hope that it may be read and taken to heart bv some of our town's * rising generation. "Your pa was downtown this morning, complaining about his 'old trouble,' that crick in his back that he got loading hay one hot day in Huron County, Ohio, 'before the army." The 'old trouble,' as you will remember, bothers your pa a rood deal, and your ma thinks that his father must have been a pretty hard-hearted man to let him work so hard when he was a boy. Your pa likes to have you and your ma think that when he was a boyhedid nothing but work and so to prayer-meeting and go around doing noble deeds out of the third reader, but a number of jrhe old boys of the Eleventh Kansas, who knew your pa in th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 February 1911

Page Four. A . motto "live and let live" and do business on the square deal ha\e to seek a much mildei (li Ann Aim p/)tn/)nt we have been sur P rised by the iarge amount ° f bus_ mate ' thus the reason of di **°" s I 111111111 l I 1 iness done right from the start. lution. S 11111 1 Vml 1 VVI I IVI lwi The writer of this has been engaged in business The firm to be known Jas 'L. ' m ■-S WILL BE BEEN in this issue of the dissolution more or less for the past 45 years, doing business in some L. Hursey furniture Co., will om\0 m \ of the firm of which I have been the senior mem- of the largest business centers in the middle states and has continue to do business at the " . . v , 0 -, i ioin all kinds of men engaged in various kinds of mercan- old stand, b doors west of Hotel ber since opening here, on November 2oth, 1910, would bt. T - x j -n l i i c 5* tile enterprises, would find, once in a while, an individual' Koontz, and will be glad of a jju like to make a statement concerning the...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 February 1911

Friday, February 24, 11H1 Lighting of an advertising ornamental and spectacular kind INCREASES the length of your effective sales day "ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE" PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO. r A Good Time to Paint r i 4| Much painting should be done this spring, whether Knseed oil be slightly higher or slightly lower. <1 One thing to remember is that the high paint materials are not nearly so expensive as the repairing of a neglected house. Paint it this spring. It will cost you less now than later. E. S. McDONALD, The Paint Man Call in and talk it over. P. O. Block Reduction Sale of FURNITURE StV Continues House Furnishings at @ of all Furniture Prices THIS 25 per cent 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 overstocked on this class of goods and need the space they occupy for other items of goods. We are unloadi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 February 1911

Page Six. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Kennewick Undertaking Co. Chapel and Parlor Undertaking Embalming Funeral Directors H. A. HOWE, Mgr. Kmbalmeks License No. Calls Answered Night or Day Phone 302 Res. «45 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Emigh-Howe liltlg. Phones Office 782 Residence 783 ANDERSON & MARSHALL Lawyers Office lu the l ecliter Building C. L- HOLCOMB Lawyer Officii over Intenationai Bank Notary Publio 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 Keuuewick, Wash. Offices iu 0. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Emigh-Howe B'lding Kennewiek, Wash. Practise id All Courts Or. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in Emigh-Howe Bldg Phone 532. KKNNEWICK. WASH. F. M. CROSBY, Physician and Surgeon DiNfHHfN of Womeu and Children a Specialty Office Ik Bh.uk Building. Phone 59a J. W. Kelley m.d.,c.m. PHYSI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 February 1911

H ■ m Friday, February 24 1911 All this week's news THIS week & J* The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Tulles has been quite ill this week. Mrs. Chas. Conway has been suffer, log from an attack of the grippe this week. 0. A. Fechter of North Yakima was In Kennewlck Monday looking after local business for his company, A. Van Holderbeck and J. B. Buu ston of the Van Holderbeck Nur series were here from Spokane the tirst of the week. A. Burns of Spokane spent a part of last. week superintending the work on the Burns and Hall place which Is under the care of C. F. Schenk. Mr. and Mi's. Mahoney are numbered among the tenants employed by Mr. Scheuk The V. P. (.'lass met Thursday eve ning at the home of Miss Edith Pike. After the business session the guests were ably entertained by their hos tesß with music and games. A light lonch closed the evening's festivities. HNILfiJ At their regular meeting last Fri day afternoon the Relief Corps held their Installation of officers and the following...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 February 1911

Page Eight. crrrv CATALOG! OCXIi/ READY TO MAO.! Th« Mii s-a Crt»w<fauw«»*-1 Lilly** Catalog. Yoor 1911 crop «■■■■*»■ mm GOOD Mad for tV»C*Ul<vB •ad «et the beat. Writo Mw to Um ■ CHAS. H. LILLY CO., Seattle, Wn.l OWN A FARM IN! AUSTRALIA VOr may have •l 'years to pay for it. Victoria. Aus- garden sjate, is now opening up an immense l>ody of irrigated land and offers you a rare opportunity. Exceptionally Fertile Soil near Melbourne, the British Empire's second largest city. From $40 to 875 an acre; ideal climate. Cheapest Irrigation System in World You seleet plans and state builds you a home. For free booklets, giving de tails of this great opportunity, address Major S. Harris, Dominion Stock & Bond Corp., Ltd., Winch Bldg.,Vancouver, B.C. Twin City Bakery WHAT A VARIETY of good things to eat are to be had from this bakery. BREAD OF THE BEST TAYLOR MADE— cakes aud pies that rival the best that mother ever made. Try us onee ;md you'll never bother baking again. Get Your...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 February 1911

Friday, February 24, 1911 "Alias Jimmy Valentine" Novelized by FREDERICK R. TOOMBS From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG Copyright. 1910. by American Press 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 lor mer "pal." a young convict known as Jimmy Valentine. Avery refuses, ana Doyle and Handler threaten to attack him. Valentine tiad 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 teir Sow 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 eays he can't open the safe...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 February 1911

Page Ten. I bargains in China % _ CZ# IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS 3E I on all Blue and White Ware | This is the famous Johnson Brothers' English Semi=Porcelain. ft aj Every piece bears their trade mark. Following' are a few prices g 5 Plates worth $1.80 per set, at = = 90 cents jc Plates worth $1.50 per set, at 75 cents £ 3 Plates worth $.84 per set, at = - 42 cents 5 Cups & saucers, worth 30 cents each, 15 cents jjE |j ALL OTHERS IN PROPORTION J 3 q You can use more dishes. Come early and see these as they are exceptoinal bargains €fl 2£ I Sale Begins Saturday, Feb. 25th and Lasts 7 Days | | The Variety Store SsS | [ Fresh Rolled Barley 1 I Very quality, 28 sks. $26.50 net ■ I GARDEN SEEDS I ■ Our Lilly's fresh seeds are now ready for delivery. Call B ■ and get beautiful illustrated catalog for 1911. It's free. B ■ We give liberal premiums with seed orders. B I SEED POTATOES | ■ We are now booking orders for extra early Ohios, the B ■ best early potato for this section ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 March 1911

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IX. NO. 47 MAJORITY FAVOR SCHOOL BONDS Lively Election Brings Out Largest Vote Ever Cast in this City— Women Save Day When school opens next fall, Kennewick will be equipped with a splendid brick high school building located on Block 1 in the Olmsted Addition. Such was the decision of the electors of the district last Sat urday when they stood back of the school board and voted to issue bonds for this purpose. The electors brought out a vote of 590, the largest ever cast in the city, and the result stood 383 for bonds and 207 against, giving 29 votes more than the required 60 per cent majority. Lively opposition to the bonding proposition had developed in cer tain quarters. Both those "fer" and "ferninst" made a strenuous lay's campaign, bringing voters to the polls in autos and busses all through the afternoon. Now that the majority of the voters have said that they want a high school and a good one, the plans and sketches which are now being prepared by ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 March 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., ICeonewick, Wash. One Year, $1.50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Knterert March 27. 1902. as second-class matter at Kennewick, Wash., Act Of Concress oi March 3d, 1H79. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY NORTH COAST TRAINS There seems to l»e no doubt but hat the North Coast, which lias had to many trials and setbacks for the past four or five years, will actually begin the operation of passenger trains during the present month. Rails are laid into North Yakima, the work there being completed the first of the week. The service will be from Attalia to North Yakima, meaning, of course that North Yak ima, will be connected with all 0.- W.R.&N. ]>oints. As planned now the motor cars will be used for the first part, until the freight service is ready, when the steam trains will be pnt on. That steam trains will run before the present month ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 March 1911

Friday, March 3, 1911 Why Haven't You Bought a Lot in Olmsted Addition 7?? <IBecause you haven't given it a thought. *11 Wake up! Put on your thinking cap and get to figuring. Take advantage of our liberal offer while you may. fjJThink it over. Those beautiful lots, close in, provided with all conven iences, cement walks, water mains, water rights, tele phones, electric lights. CJEvery citizen of Kenne wick should own a lot in Olmsted Addition qYou can afford to buy one now. Look at the prices and terms — $300 and up; A $300 lot, $30 cash and $6 a month without interest. <JWhere else can you do as well? Northern Pac. Irrigation Co. 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 sell, althrough .very reasonable in price, can be relied upon to be of absolutely first quality. To buy here means to save and assure sati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 March 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. EGGS for Hatching! Standard Bred Rhode Island Reds Selected=—sl.so per dozen $6.00 per hundred Utility===sl.oo per dozen $5.00 per hundred H. F. ROBERTSON, Finley, Wn. Successor to T. M. LAMONO These eggs are from the famous Lamond pens and are equal to the best in the valley. A Good Thing for Poultrymen and Gardeners I have purchased the glass from the Kennewick greenhouses and offer it at such low prices that no farmer can afford to be without a glass-covered run for little chicks, a HOT BED or cold frame for early vegetables. Glass and Sash at 5c a sq. foot Just about 1 -3 the usual prices. •IMy stock of House Paints are due to arrive any day. McDonald, the Paint Man Post Office Block ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 March 1911

Friday, March 3, 1911 All this week's news THIS week Jt> & Beautiful weather. Miss L. P. Hartho was here from Sewell, Sunday. S. M. Lockerby transacted business !n Prosser the first of the week. Attorney E. L. Kolb was a Spo" kane business visitor the first of the week. Mrs. E. L>. Taylor was a visitor In Walla Walla several days of this week. K. C. Bowers and Gouey Williams left Wednesday on a business trip to Plymouth. The Presbyterian Aid Society will meet Thursday afternoon March 2nd with Mrs. G- Garber. All ladles in terested In the work are cordially In cited to be present. John Sevryns, the newly elected county assessor for Benton county, came down from the County seat, Sunday and made appointments for deputy assessors for the various out lying districts. L. S. rrossland was apnolnted as assessor for the Kenne wick valley and E. G. Wilson was put on to asslHt lu taking the assess ments In the Incorporation. For the greater part the assessor himself will take the sto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 March 1911

Page Six. OPrn CATALOG! mI-Xm/ ready to mail! The leading Seed Cataf— 4&km W—l | Lilly** Catalog. Yo«rWl«M» «a GOOD Med-MMI hfty»C<l«li«B tad i«t the beat. Write Mr to to I CHAS.H. LILLY CO., Seattle, Will 31+ Years to Ray for Your Land THIS is the liberal offer that the govern ment of Victoria, Aus tralia, is now making. Select your own plans ami the state builds you a home on an irrigated tract. Climate as con genial as that of Califor nia; rich resources; libe ral laws. Limited Number of Tracts to'be allotted to citizens of America. Special rail ing rates now announced For free booklets, giving de tails of this great opportunity, address Major S. Harris, Dominion Stock & Bond Corp., Ltd., Winch Bldg..Vancouver, B.C. 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 INTENSIVE FARMING TS made wonderfully profitable if -*• nothing is allowed to go to waste. The ppo-'...

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

Friday, March 3, 1911 Ever Stop to Think? 4\ That it is much cheaper to buy a food chopper |J 1.54 than to buy a "~m\ new set of teeth? you have 1 not one al- , ready buy one Three ' sizes at; $i»s|s«j2» You have heard it said t Cleanliness is Godliness" Our Flyer Washer will help you in this line, since we in- 1 troduced them, but a very few of the other kinds are sold, they cost less and do better , KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. Estlisabhed 1903 Kennewick, Wash. DEPOT Regular Meals 50c Hotel Kennewick H. J. CLAUSSEN, Proprietor 4 MEAL 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 MSOUMftD USTMET (TITLE GOMPUNY . . . INCORPORATED . . . WE have a fac-simile copy of the records of Benton county, and the most complete abstracting plant in the county. Offices in the Court House Building, Prosser.' 1 J. 11. HINSDALE, .*• Local Manager The Hamilton Suppy Co. Buys and Sells Everything C'ASCA...

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

Page Ten. OLYMPIA NEWS [continued from first page:) mill instead of the present half mill. Property one-half mile from each side of the road, however, will bear 15 per cent of the total cost. The bill gives the highway com missioner power to approve or re ject the plans of the county engim'er but the administration has promised that no plans will l>e arbitrarily in terfered with. It is also officially stated thatj when the commission of H. Bowl by, present highway commissioner, expires March 12, he will not be re appointed. The position will go to either Lee Huntoon of Whatcom county or to Clarence Ide of Seattle. THREATEN DIRECT LEGISTATION Although the house passed the initiative and referendum and the constitutional revision initiative laws by a three-fourths vote, strong opposition has arisen in the senate to both measures. Their opponents claim that 17 of the solons in the upper house an* pledgee to defeat them. Both measures, as consti tutional amendments, require a two thi...

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