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

The Kennewick Courier VOL. IX. NO. 48 SEWER BONDS VOTED EASILY People Give Big Majority to Plan tor City's Drainage—Three- Fourths Vote Cast After the turbulent school elec tions ju*t gone through with, the special election for the purpose of bonding to build the trunk sewers seemed a tame affair. No opposi tion of any strength developed, and the total vote was about three-fourths of the registration. The result was as follows: For construction of sewers IDS Against construction - 47 For adopting plans 175 Against adopting plans 44 For incurring indebtedness 180 Against incurring indebtedness 44 The inconsistencies nearly always shown by some of the ballots at elec tions, of this nature are amusing. For instance, 18 electors voted to build the sewers but objected to pro vide payment for them, while one voted to incur the indebtedness but cast his ballot against building. Judge Staser and G. N. Calhoun acted as judges, Mrs. Martha Smith as inspector and Miss Edna Smith, clerk. Of the...

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 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., Kennewick, Wash. One Year, $1,50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Entered March 'i'. 1902. as second-class matter at Kennewick, Wash.. Act of Congress of March 3d. 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY LEGISLATURE'S RECORD The twelfth Washington legisla ture ha? set a high wafer mark for number of bills introduced, nearly 900 proposed pieces of legislation being tiled in the two houses dur ing the GO day session. Of these, less than 10 per cent have become laws but numerous important changes have neverthe less been made in the statutes of the state. The permanent highways bill, re pealing the state aid road law and levying a full mill tax for perman ent road construction by each coun ty, has passed both houses. The initiative and referendum, giving the voters of the state the right to pass laws of their own or to kill measures passed by th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 March 1911

Fripay, March 10, 1911 NOW TO BEHAVE IN WASHINGTON Plenty of Good Laws, and It's Citizen's Own Fault If He Goes Wrong [t is very easy to break the Sab bath in Washington, for legal con duct on that day is exhaustively described in the law. Almost all work isprohibited, cspeciallyshaving and hair cutting. The citizen of Washington can raise the long yell if his milk does not contain eight and seventy-five one-hundredths per cent of milk solids and three and twenty-five one-hundredths per cent, at least, butter fat. If any restaurant, dairy lunch or store sells skimmed milk a sign must be posted that reads: "Skimmed Milk Sold Here". Along the same lines the man who wants some seeds for his gar and the farmer who wants some seeds for his farm are guaranteed protection. Kvery package of seed must have on it, in type of a size described in the law, the name of the seed, the full name and address of the seedsman, importer, dealer or agent, a statement of the purity of the seed in the pack...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 March 1911

Page Four, A TASTE Tells the story ol our TEAS and COFFEES You can find no better line of Teas and Coffees anywhere for the money than our celebrated White House, Diamond Crown and Holmes Special The price of the coffees have not been advanced, nor has the quality been lowered. Our line of teas are bought directly from the importers at prices that give you the best value for your money. HOLMES CASH STORE 'Phone 4362 IT IS FALSE Economy to use only two coats of Paint on new work. Don't expect best results unless you use a primer and two subsequent coats. No Farmer (Jan afford to be without a glass covered run for chicks, a Hot Bed or cold frame. I furnish the glass and sash for 5 cents a foot. rsm A FULL STOCK OF HOUSE PAINTS NEXT WEEK E. S. McDONALD, the Paint Man Postoffice Block. 'Phone xG62 EGGS f Qr Hatching! Standard Bred Rhode Island Reds Selected==-$1.50 per dozen $6.00 per hundred Utility—sl.oo per dozen $5.00 per hundred . H. F. ROBERTSON, Finley, Wn. Successor to T. M. LAM...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 March 1911

Friday, March 10, 1911 Ever Stop to Think? TW it is much cheaper v\; *to buy a food chopper |j at $1.50 than to buy a i % I new set of teeth? I If you have one al mSSw ready buy one jiitoday. Three sizes at $i io sr s °s2 95 I You have heard it said Cleanliness is Godliness" Our Flyer Washer will help you in this line, since we in troduced them, but a very few of the other kinds are sold, they cost less and do better §|P wor k. KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. Estlisabhed 1903 Kenncwick, Wash. i .»»*.•*» «<*.' KSXNtit-.T. ,tjt, SAMPLE f FIRST DEPOT Regular Meals 50c Hotel Kennewick H. J. CLAUSSEN, Proprietor ,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 CONSOLIDATED ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY . . . INCORPORATED . . . \Y/E 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, Prosse...

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. — 10 March 1911

Page Six. Why Haven't You Bought a Lot in Olmsted Addition 7?? Because you haven't given it a thought. •"Wake up! Put on your thinking cap and get to figuring. Take advantage of our liberal offer while you may. €JThink it over. Those beautiful lots, close in, provided with all conven iences, cement walks, water mains, water rights, tele phones, electric lights. tj] Every citizen of Kenne wick should own a lot in Olmsted Addition 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. Where else can you do as well? . Northern Pac. Irrigation Co. Our Special for Saturday C||/{on 19 Pounds jugar for $i.oo Don't Forget to Include a Pound of CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE JENKINS' CASH STOBE In Orchard and Field Happenings of Moment to the Man Behind the Plow MORE FEEDIN6 QUESTIONS Every poultry paper and many farm papers are telling how to get eggs in "winter when they are high." Why not tell how to get them the year rou...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 March 1911

Friday, Mahch 10, 1911 All this week's news THIS week J* & J* M.O. Klltten transacted business In Spokane ttie first of the week. Mrs. H. E. Mundy lias been verv 111 this week, but Is reported better. Kev. V. K. Marriott spoke at the Congregational Church in Pasco last Sunday evening. .T. P. O'Brien left Wednesday for North Yakima where he has taken a position as operator. Mrs. E. D. Ellis visited with friends in Washtucna last Saturday and Sunday returning home Monday. Dr. Rhynsburger received the news the first of the week of the serious Ill ness of his wife at their home In Spo kane. Mrs. L. W. Ragsdale, her little daughter and her ulster. Miss Myrtle Williams, visited friends across the river Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. T. W. Hobbs and Mrs. J. D. Kaikwarf. mother and sister of Mrs. Hoppel. came down from Rltzvllle Wednesday night for a short visit. The recently organized Ladles Mis sionary Society of the Methodist church will hold their first meeting at the home of Mrs. McMi...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 March 1911

Page Eight. crrn catalogi OEJuJL/ ready to mail! The leading Seed C*talo« ofthe West-I line's Catalog. Your 1911 crop towfcl •■GOOD weJ-ienJ for tUsCatalogi ud get the bed. Write snr to the I CHAS. H. LILLY CO., Seattle, Wn.l tSSBa Irrigated Lands On Easy Terms You can buy a ready made farm —house, land and all, in Victoria. Aus tralia, on the installment plan. 31 1-2 years to pay for it. Land is suitable for general farming, fruit growing, stock raising and dairying. Climate is one of the finest in the world. Is much like that of Cali fornia. Special rates to Victor ia are 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 ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 March 1911

Friday, March 10, 1911 Phone X 642 < ► 5. R. HARPER | Contractor and Builder < ► Shop In Stanton's Addition < * Carpenter work Plant* and <► of all kinds estimates o ORCHARDS and VINEYARDS PLANTED TREES AND VINES PRUNED My specialty Is straightening out neglected orchards so as to produce results. WM. LEWTAS, Horticulturist It. F. D., Kennewiek, Wash. phone X 17!» Kingsbury Hats The J. E ML CO. AGENTS Kennewick, Washington Mr. Orchard Builder Hear! Here! Now! Foundation —the tree. Behind every tree nust be the man. In vestigate both. Five pointers: I—Scions1 —Scions from protfiable, bearing trees. 2 —Strong roots, big tops, mature wood. 3 — Properly dug witthout exposure. 4 —Kept in earth. Correctly label ed and properly packed for ship ment. s—Know5 —Know how to plant and grow trees set on this foundation. To make these five points stick, write to the Y. S. NURSERY, Sunnyside, Wash., or the Pedigree men behind —W. S. McClain and R. M. Lichty. STOCK UP with Stock Food an...

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

Page Text SAINT PATRICK'S DAY IN THE EVENIN6 This is to apprise ye and ye know «>f a jollification in honor of Paddy's Day to ho held in the S. S. rooms .<ifthe Presbyterian church, Friday March 17th, at K o'clock P. M. Faith, tis wilkuin ye'd l»e av yez could make it convanient to attend. The tiome 11 pass plisintly, 1 • trust, with tay drinkin and other divarsions. Yours for the ould <od. Presbyterian S. S. and C. E's. CARD OF THANKS lu grateful acknowledgement of the kindness and sympathy of tha Rebekahs, the Indies of the Methodist church and many other friends dur ing the illness and death of ray little Kenneth, I wlsh t<» extend to them tny warmest thanks. Mas. Hattii: !•'. Cascai>i>kn- jL?CAi; The .Needlework Club held its semi-monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. R. C. Ernst Friday after noon. The members responded to roll call with original verses contain ing the name of a springtime flower. I'ink and white were chosen for the club colors and the pink rose ...

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

The Kennewick Courier VOL. IX. NO. 49 LET'S ALL GO UP TO YAKIMA Kennewick Delegation to North Coast Opening should be Big and Lively Kennewick boosters will go to Yakima Wednesday, 100 strong, to help celebrate the formal opening of the North Coast railroad. At a meeting of the local publicity com mittee last night, arrangements were made for badges, banners, etc and the committee will co-operate witfh agent Hoppel in stirring up interest in order that the best town on the line may be properly represented by a big and lively delegation. Two special trains will be run to bring the visitors from this end of the valley and from Walla Walla. The first train is due to leave Attalia at 7:15 a.m., arriving -at Kenne wick at 7:50, and will arrive at North Yakima about noon. Re turning, the excurison will leave Yakima at 7:00 p.m. The round trip fare from Kennewick is $:>.40. A later train will be run from Walla Walla and will reach North Yakima about 12:35. On the latter train will be Vi...

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

Page Two The KENNEWICK COURIER R. E. REED and E. C. TRIPP, Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Fridav from the Courier Building, Second St., Kennewick, Wash. One Year, $1.50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Entered viarcli 27. 1902. as second-class inHttcr at Kennewick, Wash., Act ot Congress of March 3<1.1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY WHAT Till: SOLON'S 1)11) In 11)11 legislature closes its ses sion at midnight Thursday and among the new laws written on the statute books are direct legislation, the recall for state, county and municipal oilicers, the old state road law has been regaled and a new one substituted, approximately nine million dollars has l»een appropri ated for all purposes, a bill has been put through requiring the land commissioner to deposit all moneys received of the state treasurer so that the state may draw interest on it, a new insurance code has been passed, port districts have been created, the commission form of government made optional with all...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 March 1911

Friday, March 17, 1911 Plan to Make Homesteading Easier Correspondent Advances Ideas Toward Lightening the Burden of those who File on Public Lands The public land laws provide that two persons may jointly take up public land under the mining laws, and one person do the work on the claim, the other furnishing the necessary money to buyjsupplies. This is commonly known as the Grub-Stake Law, and each owns a half interest in any land so obtained from the Government. There is no good reason why this principle should not apply to land taken up under the homestead law, and a bill •embodying this idea is now before Congress. If Congress should pass this bill it would give an opportun ity for labor and capital to work to gether in the matter of taking up D ublic land, one person furnishing the necessary money to properly improve and go through with the homestead and the other furnishing the necessary work and residing on the claim. This would provide a means for very many worthy peo ple to...

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. — 17 March 1911

Page Four. "I can't buy anything of you, everything is too GOOD for me. Your stock is all right." fj These were the words used by the United States Pure Food Inspector last week after he had inspec ted our stock. flThis is a compliment that any store would be proud of and in buying we always consider Quality firit and buy no thing but fir&-class goods. Holmes' Cash Store . Phone X 362 fik Uourinn'Q Next door t0 thc JjgL jL t fIdjUUII U First National bank FOR YOUR NEXT SHAVE Three Chair Shop, Sanitary, Clean and Up to-Date In Every Respett. EGGS for Hatching I Standard Bred Rhode Island Reds Selected---$1.50 per dozen $6.00 per hundred Utility—sl.oo per dozen $5.00 per hundred H. F. ROBERTSON, Finley, Wn. Successor to T. M. LAMOND These eggs are from the famous Lamond pens and are equal to the best in the valley. $1000 "My first $1000 was hard to save," said a well-known business man, "but finally I got it, and with good invest ments it increased amazing ly." YOUNG MAN now is th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 March 1911

Friday, March 17, 1911 Ever Stop to Think? 'T'hcLt it is much cheaper *° buy a food chopper fi at than to buy a ;m I new set of teeth? /m W .If you have n °t one al ready buy one Oji today. Three sizes at S1 10 $1 50 S2 95 I You have hoard it said lL "Cleanliness is Godliness" UiE' jsaßr ur Fl y er Washer will help jsPl?!y° u i n this line, since we in- MSIFgSBi troduced them, but a very few °* t^ie ot^ier kinds are sold, they cost less and do better KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. Estlisabhed 1903 Kennewick, Wash. i SAMPLE f FIRST DEPOT • ------ ~ I Regular Meals 30c Hotel Kennewick H. J. CLAUSSEN, Proprietor <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 CONSOLIDATED ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY ... 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. .J...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 March 1911

Page Six. Why Haven't You Bought a Lot in Olmsted Addition 7?? <1 Because you haven't given it a thought. fllWake up! Put on your thinking cap and get to figuring. Take advantage of our liberal offer while you may. Think it over. Those beautiful lots, close in, provided with'all 'conven iences, cement walks, wafer mains, water rights, tele phones, electric lights. ■jf- Every citizen of Kenner ] wick should own a lot in Olmsted i Addition CJYou 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. <1 Where else can you do as well? \~ Northern Pac. Irrigation Co. gr% Gorgvoiis displays of the worlds newest Fjf idea* in apparel and home furnishing* k SPOKANE UNITED H|| APPAREL SHOW HiR Tu&.Wed. Thm's. March 28"30 11|11 Combined Spring Openings KM of All Spokane's Great Stores. |Y| | '5.000,000. Showing - cf stylish nuTcluinilisc. In Orchard and Field *1 Happenings of Moment to the Man Behind the Plow BRI...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 March 1911

Friday, March 17, 1911 All this week's news THIS week J* *3* Perfect weather. Dr. Ely made a short business trip to Seattle last week. L. L. Look of Gonnel was a visitor In the city Sunday. Mrs. C. H. Braun visited In North Yakima the latter part of last week. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oaugberty, March KJth. a 10-pound son. Phil Zwlck went to Washtucna, Saturday on a bit of business with the North Coast. >1188 Nellie Brown was down from Locust Grove the first of the week visiting with friends. Sheriff W. K. Mahan was down from Prosser the first of the week Looking after business Interests- Mrs. Stuahr of White Bluffs 1s visit ing with her mother. Mrs. Nellie Shaughnessy for a few weeks. Mrs. E. D. Taylor who has been 111 at the Walla Walla hospltalls ex pected home the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beach returned Saturday from Walla Walla where they spent several days of last week. Miss Althea Stuart gave a farewell reception In honor of Mr. Irvln La- Lond who left the la...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 March 1911

Page Eight. QFFQ CATALOG! -7f iff W ready to Mail! Tha leading SaadCaUWaßtk* WeM-1 Lilly's Catalog. Yw IMI crop Jnwwlsß •■GOOD •«ed—send la#tU»CaUldfl uj gat the best. Write m» to tks I CHAS. H. LILLY CO., Seattle, Wn.| Free Farms Going Fast An article in the Melbourne (Aurstralia) Age reads: "The last American mail brought many inquiries from persons anxious to learn about the irrigated lands being opened by the Victorian government. The English mail brings newt that 910 ap plications, representing 2600 souls who will settle on these tracts, have been filed for passage to Victoria " This is an evidence of the rap idity with which the Austra lian government s extraordi nary land offer is*being taken up. The government gives you oi/4 year 9 to pay for an irrigated tract, and also builds you a house on the installment plan. For free '>ooklets, giving de tails of this great opportunity, address Major S. Harris, Dominion Stock & Bond Corp., Ltd., Winch Bldg. .Vancouver, B.C. Hote...

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

Friday, March 17, 1011 Mr. Orchard Builder Hear! Here! Now! Foundation —the tree. Behind every tree nust be the man. In vestigate both. Five pointers: I —Scions from protfiable, bearing trees. 2 —Strong roots, big tops, mature wood. 3 — Properly dug witthout exposure. 4 —Kept in earth. Correctly label ed and properly packed for ship ment. s—Know5 —Know how to plant and jrrow trees set on this foundation. To make these five points stick, write to the Y. S. NURSERY, Sunny side, Wash., or the Pedigree men behind —W. S. McClain and R. M. Lichty. COLUMBIA STEAMBOAT CO. STEAMERS j ... Effective May Ifl Carrying United States Mails, Passen gers and Freight between Kennewiek Pasco and up-river points. lip-River Steamers Str. Mountain Gem leaves Kennewiek for Wahluke, 7:30 a. m. Pasco, 7:40 a. m. Tuesday and Saturday. Down-River Steamers Leave Wahluke 8 a. m. Sunday, Wed nesday, Friday. Leave White Bluffs 9 a. m. Leave Hanford 10 a. m. Arriving at Kennewiek and Pasco in the afternoon. Additi...

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

Page Ten. in ME! No Dai About II! Good Feed - Good Results Fresh Rolled Barley A Year's Subscription Plant Non-Irrigated We can save you money on the fol- 100 ToilS for Sale T ° N ° rlhWCSl P ° Ul,r '' J ° Umal D/\*o*/\AC I I- fv* 1 * vriia IUI uaiw B i V en free with every $5.00 order or more of |Jf|TQff|l>? lowing line of Feed, etc. We guarantee our quality to be the best in ULLY* BEST CJAItI>KN olt FLOWER lUIdIUD Protein a Oil Meal theci,y - . SEEDS : T or b, ", k ' . a» g«*t ex,***«h.™mm*»** .1 Price per 28 70-lb sacks This is the best, poultry journal in the we>t a jj js* on . Irrigated, Mountain-Grown, Healthy, Blood Mefll £ r/A s* • and one we believe you will find instructive Strong-Kved Seed Potatoes. Look our line tasn for poultry raising in this section. over am ] if you don't say they are the hest Beef Scraps | Our barley is clear and free from smut and 1 Do not get the idea that poultry raising is a I ever, we will give up. * of very tine quality. Let us supply...

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