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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 March 1911

The Kennewick Courier VOL. IX. NO. 50 RAILROAD MEN PRAISE VALLEY Visiting Officials of 0.-W. R. & N. Here on Get-Acquainted Tour of Line A representative body of the city's business men were at the Club rooms last evening to meet the 0.-W.R. «fc N. officials at an informal recep tion- Among the visitors were Vice-President Robt. E. Strahorn; Wm. McMurray, General Passenger Agent; H. B. Miller, Traffic Man ager; F. W. Robinson, General Freight Agent; Chas. E. Woods, Right-of-Way Agent; A.G. Kamm, Division Superintendent; Robert Burns, District Freight and Pas senger Agent; Harry Lounsberry, Assistant General Freight Agent; Walter V. Woehlke, special writer for Sunset Magazine, and A. G. Reschke, Secretary to Tra flic Man ager. The party came down from North Yakima during the afternoon and were guests of a few of the members of the Club at dinner at the Hotel Kennewick before going to the Club rooms. The meeting had been called os tensibly that the business men might have an oppor...

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. — 24 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 Muroh 27. 1902. as second-class matter at Kennewick, Wash., Act of Congress of March 3d. 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY NEEDLESS EXTRAVAGANCE IN COLLEGE ATHLETICS. Commercialism is the sworm foej of sport. When money comes to l>e j a factor in a game, whether it is j pinochle or horse racing, the best interests of the sport are threatened. j Dean Briggs of Harvard sounds a timely warning when he declares that the cost of intercollegiate ath letics is almost scandalous, and that the spirit of extravagance which has entered into their administration threatens the wholesome life of am ateur sport in the colleges. Any one familar with intercol legiate atheletics realize the truth of Dean Briggs' statement regarding the waste and needless expenses of the average...

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

Fkh>ay, March 24, 1911 The White Bluffs Country <J Writer in Yakima "Republic" tells how the Upper Valley is being Developed by Electric Power. > The Columbia river valleys are Attracting the attention of many homeseekers and investors, and notable development work is being done at several points. People of North Yakima are familiar with what has been done in the neigh borhood ofKennewick and Pasco in the last two or three years. At the latter place Strahom is putting a good sized irrigation project on the market. Fechter and Rudkin of this city have opened up the high lands on this side of the river, and several thousand acres of the finest kind of land are being re claimed and developed. The Ken newick Highlands proposition was made possible by the application of power for irrigation purposes, and is probably the most notable project of that kind in the Nortwest. How ever, it has a rival in the Columbia basin where things will probably be done on a gigantic scale in the n...

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

Page Four. BIG 25 CENT SALE Beginning Saturday Morning, March 25th, 1911 | FA CnmraMiVc C„ aa | With every first purchase from our 25 cent department, we 15U souvenirs rcc« will give a, silver plated spoon absolutely free. See some of these Bargains in our Windows THE VARIETY STORE Hover Block Kennewick, Washington Formal Opening We now have a thoroughly equipped lee ( ream Parlor, the only one in the city and we request your presence at our formal opening Saturday Afternoon, from 2 to 5 •1 For the benefit of those who have not had an opportunity to try our chocolates, we will sell from 2 to 5, Saturday I pound for 35c, not more than 1 pound to a purchaser. Music throughout the afternoon with Miss Laura Shanafelt at the piano. Free carnations for the ladies. Call and See Us. fftDnPD'C One Door West lAfKULK 3 Hotel Koontz » Paint That Preserves This is the kind of Paint we use. It is mixed to suit the climatic conditions of this locality and to conform to the needs of the particular ...

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

Friday, March 24, 1911 Ever Stop to Think? t is much cheaper fy a food chopper ) than to buy a new set of teeth? If you have not one al ready buy one today. Three sizes at jpjpjp You have heard it said i "Cleanliness is Godliness" ■pOur Flyer Washer will help you in this line, since we in troduced them, but a very few ot^er kinds are sold, cost less and do better KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. Estlisabhed 1903 Kennewick, Wash. r t SAMPLE f FIRST D E P O T 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 COUTED AfiSTRAGT 4 TITLE COMPINT . . .INCORPORATED . .. \V/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, Prosser. J. D. MARSH, Local Manager The Hamilton Suppy Co. Buys and Sells Everything Walter lodge arthuk jacot john d...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 March 1911

Page Six. Why Haven't You Bought a Lot in Olmsted Addition 7?? f|Because you haven't given it a thought. •HWake up! Put on your thinking cap and get to figuring. Take advantage of our liberal offer while you may. tJThink it over. Those beautiful lots, close in, provided with all conven iences, cement walks, water mains, water rights, tele phones, electric lights. €JEvery citizen of Kenne wick should own a lot in Olmsted Addition «IYou 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. Igfk Gorgeous displays of the worlds newest ideas in apparel and home furnishings. |L SPOKANE UNITED im APPAREL SHOW in lues. Wed. Thurs. Maivh 28-30 |S| I Combined Spring - Openiiigs mui of .All Spokane's Great Stores. I Nil Sowing' of styliah mercliantoe. HIMil Rates on all Railroads. ■ Special attractions In Orchard and Field Happenings of Moment to the Man B...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 March 1911

Friday, March 24, 1911 All this week's news THIS week J* 0. L. Holcomb left Tuesday for Seattle to look after official business. Victor Heberleln transacted busi ness In Pasco the latter part of last week. Allan Tripp returned Sunday from a year's trip to his old home In Mich igan. Fred Scheuueman of Pasco trans acted business in Kennewlck the Matter part of last week, Messrs. Bodv and Carter have pur chased forty acres In section 17 and are now Improving same F. F. Fox of the Fox Realty Com pany in Spokane was a business visitor in the city Sunday. L. P. Shanafelt and W. P. Trider men visited Hanford and White Bluffs the first of the week. L. A. Amsbury of the Richland Laud Company's offices In Spokane was In Kennewlck Sunday. The Catholic ladles will give a food sale at Jenkln's store Saturday Mar. 25th commencing at 10:30. F. L. Plttman, chief engineer of the North Coast, was in the city Fri day, superintending work at the lo cal yards. L. L. Monnett and family left Tues day for ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 March 1911

Page Eight. eppn catalog| trf l" -* ' READY TO Mail! Tha leadina Catala«of*ke We*-I LiQr'* Catalog. YowlMlenpJwtMiJ on GOOD Mad—•end for tiki* Cataloc| and cat tha bast. Write mow te tha ■ CHAS.H. LILLY CO., Seattle, WnJ Own a Farm in Australia you can have years to pay for it. Victoria, Aus tralia's garden state, is now opening up an immense body of irrigated land and offers you a rare opportunity, Excep tionally fertile soil near Mel bourne, the British Empire's second largest city, for from $40 to $75 an acre; ideal cli mate; cheapest irrigation sys tem in the the world. You select plans and the 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. Hotel Ante The Only Family- Hotel in Kennewick EuropeanJPlan Rooms 50c up Good Restaurant in Connection We Invite Your Patronage W. L. NEWMAN, Proprietor Power Plants Installed Our engineering service is of great...

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

Fkii'AY, MAIU H 24, 1911 WEAK NERVES .general DEBILITY MEN, WOMEN, AXD_CHILDREN °S,gwuEVK.) BY THK GREATEST remedy of tub age KRAUSE'« PHOSPHORETS They restore the organs of the body to health enable them to perform their allotted func tion*. You owe it toyourself to give them a trial. PRICE SOc A. 91 PER BOX. BOOKLET sent free on application. jjIHUN IKHTY MFG. CO., De» Maines, lai —For Sale br— THE COLUMBIA PHARMACY Mr. Orchard Builder Hear! Here! Now! Foundation —the tree. Behind every tree nust be the man. "ln vestigate both. Five pointers: 1 —Scions from protfiable, bearing trees. 2 —Strong roots, big tops, mature wood. 3— Properly dug witthout exposure. A —Kept in earth. Correctly label ed and properly packed for ship ment. s—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. SPOKANE tfflU S| COMEANY. M Hdesigners engravers m PHONE, MA...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 March 1911

Page Ten. LILLY'S BEST r \ I : rroaa,^ ARE SURELY FAVORITES You can't insure your crop any cheaper than by planting your 1911 Garden with Lilly's Best Garden Seeds. We carry the largest stock for 75 miles around, best of fresh seeds and low prices. We give liberal premiums on all orders. Don't forget the place Our car of Alfalfa and Clover Seeds are in call and get prices and inspect the stock. Our Special for SATURDAY Japan Rice regular 3 lbs for 25 * Saturday, 5 lbs 25c JENKINS CASH GROCERY Surprising Values IN SMART HATS are shown on our tables. Fashion's most favored shapes are noticed on every hand. New rough straws in the turban, helmet and bonnet shapes, large hats and small too, win the admiration of womankind and priced surprisingly for the values. Lingerie Waists Summer Collars Our hat department is The very latest in Neck no less interesting than wear i s the Puritan Collar. our display of Summer " Ve rv pretty" does not de goods. White Lingerie . • T , . . scribe them. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 March 1911

The Kennewick Courier VOL. IX. NO. 51 grand scheme OF PUBLICITY Kennewick will Make Contract with O-W. R. & N. for Big Advertising Campaign The serious lack of adequate ad vertising which has so hampered the work of the local commercial or ganizations in setting Kennewick's advantages beforeprospectivesettlers is in a fair way to be remedied, through the co-operative community publicity plan of the O-W. R. & N.R. R- Members of the publicity com mittee of the Commercial club and others met with W. B. Wells, the railroad's publicity agent last Fri day night and the various plans of the oompany were explained in de tail. The railroad has three of the so-called community advertising plans of varying scope and cost, one at $1200, another at $2400 and a third at $3000. Mr. Wells has signed contracts with nearly every town to the west along the line of the North Coast, the smaller towns contracting for the $1200 service, Sannyside taking the $2400 plan and North Yakima the $3000 on...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 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 27. lUO2. as Keeond-olass matter at Kennewick, Wash., Act of Conßress of March 3d, 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY MORI- PUBLICITY The Community advertising plan ; >et forth by \Y. 1). Wells, publicity man for the Harriman lines met with the instant approval and en thusiasm by the few who listened i to his talk last Friday night. The North Coast, by the offer it made ?hows that it is ready to meet the towns along their line more than half way in the matter of getting new settlers. Asking only about one-fifth of the total cost of the advertising, the new road also gives free, the use of their expert corps of photographers, writers and artists, and makes such •ttasy terms for the one-fifth that the «ity, we think, will make a big mistake by not accepting...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 March 1911

Friday, March ot, 1011 Story of the North Coaft History of the Evolution of Kennewick's Newest Railroad North Co'- st Statistics North Coast Railway incorpora ted at North Yakima Wednesday, September 27, 190-». First grading done near Granger early in 1906. Completed line from Attalia to North Yakima 98 miles. Projected line includes total of 700 miles. Cost of completed line will aggre gate $40,000,000. From the time that Robert E. Strahorn and a group of local as sociates filed incorporation papers of the North Coast Railway in North Yakima on September 27, 1905, he has carried through his plans with a calm determination that has shown his conviction that he had a financial backing to com plete his enterprise. On the part of the public, how ever, there was the skepticism us ually displayed towards such assur ances, and one rash prophet rather shocked his contemporaries by de claring that it was actually possible that Strahorn might eventually build an electric line as far as Sunny...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 March 1911

Page Four. New Picture Moulding Is Here li/E have just received a new shipment of Picture Moulding comprising some of the very latest patterns " including Weathered Oaks, Circassian Walnut, Antiques, Golds and Brozne. We also have a new stock of Mats and Picture glass and are prepared to frame your pictures as you would have them framed. Come in and see our stock of Moulding and Mats. Yours anxious to VERTREES THE VARIETY STORE Hover Block Kennewick, Washington BIG BARGAIN IN Wheat Land 1 £*0 ar»iw well with good 1 house and outbuildings. All in wheat; over 100 fruit and shade trees. This vear's crop should nearly pay for land. With in one mile of good school. Write or call at this office for further information as to price The Kennewick Transfer Co. GEO. F. RICHARDSON, Manager LIVERY. DRAY and BAGGAGE We handle the best grades of COAL n*T/><TT. Bus meets all PHONE 252 Trains and Boats. Cedar Flume and Cedar Fence Posts When you buy cedar fiuming you want the best. We have it ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 March 1911

Kkipay, MAKIH 31, 1911 HOLMES CASH GROCERY in |j ggjggg theory best of everything. ' That*is — .'. be canned the same day it is picked. pjj Particular customers find that Preferred fgl ftj| Stock Stringless Beans always fill the bill to a dot. SW |g The very best "string beans" arc grown back in New York fljj ff State. New York seems to be peculiarly adapted to the fi\ M growing of "string beans" that are sweet and tender and free rfl from * strings" —the kind that break with a crisp snap when UT /1 you try to bend them. The highest grade of these "string aj ||y beans" are selected for the Preferred M Remember, they are packed the very yrfTj . l kljj same day they are picked—they come /,7} M\ I ' AA 2ct| to your table even fresher than you can K\ y J possibly get them from the I /. /,j jjgj market even in "string J fil Tl»« entire fine ef Pnflmd IJ| Stock Canned Gee4s yj measures up to this Mm* FINE TEAS AND COFFEES FRUIT BOXES Boxes for eveiy kind of fruit or vegetable, carried in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 March 1911

Page Six. Why Haven't You Bought a Lot in Olmsted Addition 7?t • you haven't given it a thought. HWake 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. 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. •IWhere else can you do as well ? Northern Pac. Irrigation Co. "Good Watch Work" VanNorsdall Jeweler Hover Block The U. S. Shoe Shop Repairing — The Good-as-New Kind. —Give us a trial — Next to Club Baths Yakima Street. In Orchard and Field Happenings of Moment to the Man Behind the Plow CARE OF LITTLE CHICKS A few chicks with a mother hen may be able to get along without a great deal of attention when they are on a farm and have a chance to wan...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 March 1911

Friday, March 31, 1911 All this week's news THIS week J* J* Heard the baud? Easter Is two weeks from next Sun day. the Kith. Roscoe Fisher was a business vis itor In Walla Walla Tuesday. Mrs. Hover of Pasco was the guest of friends In town Tuesday. Gouey Williams visited In Walla Walla the first ot the week. The Sims children have recovered from quite a severe attack of measles. L. D. Shanafelt made a business trip to North Yakima the first of the week. C. Puderpaugh transacted business in the Garden City the latter part of last week. R. J. Andrus ;returned Wednesday from a short business trip to points up the line. Miss Weaver, a nurse from Walla Walla visited at the Henderson borne last week. There will be Catholic services at the Episcopal church Sunday April 2, at 8 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brown have rented the H. C. Tweedt residence on Third Street. Horton Huntington and Harley Brown made a business trip to Walla Walla Monday. Mrs. A. C. Amon and little son visited with her pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 March 1911

Page Eight. tiii fg**" "■■ j t 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. OWe fill orders correctly and make deliveries when promised. Wikm&mm BALLYGREEN NURSERIES Still have a surplus of first-class, thoroughly matured, well rooted, Nursery stock of the leading varieties of Apples for immediate delivery. Hanford, Wash. Hotel Antlers The Only Family- Hotel in Kennewick EuropeanJPlan Rooms 50c up Good Restaurant in Connection We Invite Your Patronage W. L. NEWMAN, Proprietor Wantcd-A Few More Farmers from America To settle on irrigated tracts in Victoria, Aus tralia's garden state. The government builds you a house and you can move right onto land, and have 3lf years to pay for it. Ideal climate, same as California: you can plant every month in the year and raise all kind* of fruits and vege tables. Land under irri gation: cheapest water charges in world. Tracts are going...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 March 1911

'Friday, March 31, 1011 WEAK NERVES •GENERAL DEBILITY OF MEN, WOMEN, AND CFTITTJREN ASS BKUKVED BY TUB GREATEST REMEDY OF THE AGE RRAUiSE'tS PHOSPHORETS They restore the organs of the body to health and enable them to perform their allotted func tion*. You owe it to yourself to give them a trial, i PRICE 30c H *1 PER BOX. ' -BOOKLET SENT FREE ON APPLICATION. NORMAN lICH7Y MFG. CO., De» Maines, la! -•For Sal* bjr-. THE COLUMBIA PHARMACY 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 (or 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 FL M. Lichty. _ SPOKANE J M COMBfcNY. TW...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 March 1911

Page Ten. I?tAC The regular meeting of the I'esby tertian Aid Society will he held Thusday afternoon April (i. In the church parlors. The Needlework club will meet with Mrs. <i. Oariter Friday after noon, March 31. Roll call will be answered with something pertaining to friendship. W. O. Kennett Is spending the week In Prosser visiting his brother F. A. Kennett and friends, and look ing after property iutereste. C. E."Ferrell of R Ich Hill, Mo., Is the guest of his brother E. A. Ferrell of the Valley Barn. Mr. Ferrell is very enthusiastic over the future pro spects of the valley and savs It looks good to him. A number of the .Section 7 believe that the cement pipe, -which Is being manufactured at the new factory In this city, will be far more convenient in carrying on Irrigation than tlje lateral system and several thousand feet are going In. Messrs Taylor Thomas and Johnson have finished putting in pipe on their tracts and are well pleased with the results. The ladles of Section...

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