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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 April 1911

WEAK NERVES .general DEBlLlTY *ss&gss?£&3Ei/m' **£SSfBDY OF THE AGS KRA USE'S PHOSPHORETS reftore the organs of the body to health 52S«tkeo to perform their allotted funo 2STym owe it to yourself to give them a trial. PRICE SOc A CI PER BOX* jnOKLET SENT FREE ON APPLICATION. jggjjuN UCimr MF6. CO., Dee Meines/iik ••rovSalabrM THE COLUMBIA PHARMACY EASTER HAPPINESS will be enjoved In every Lome where the niceties that we bake are served. It Is so much easier to get your CAKES, PIE AND BREAD here, and tbe things wlllcertalnly be as good. If not much better than the home b"»ked. We bake many different things, and they're all delightful, whole some, light and palatable. TWIN CITY BAKERY SPOKANE. UXfitt] j COMJ3VNY. M S DESIGNERS ENGRAVERS M \ PHONE, MAIN 104 Z| 909* SPRAGUE AVE /A\ J| NOW VEST TIME «taa year to har« your teeth eat wad plate ui ■rkl|»work doDfi and here is the place to get the *u( pain lew work poaaible. Compart evr trie**. flibli plate and bridge won for <>...

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. — 14 April 1911

Sagebrush Journalism (Continued from |j duly installed as editor and pro ' prietor of the Courier he t»egan to - make s<»me innovations but could do but very little for want of room. A new office building was under con struction on the corner of Washing . ton and Front street near the Cour ier building and as soon as that was completed Lundy & Rigg, as well as the other occupants of the Courier office, except the office force moved into their new quarters. This was considered the swell offiee of Ken newick. After securing the whole building to ourselves we ordered a • new Washington Hand Press, new ■ body type and several series of job type and increased the equipment of the office considerably. The paper was enlarged to a five column eight page paper and three columns were set anide for h»cal news, to be filled at all hazards, whether any material for locals actually existed or not. The vital topic of the day was whether the irrigation ditch then under construction, would be...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

The Kennewick Courier VOL. X. NO. 2 hauser and rihm FREED BY JORY Voung Men Charged With Packing - Company Burglary Are Found Not Guilty. After deliberating about four hours, the jury in the case of the .state against 11. Hauser, which was tried in Judge (>. 11. Hulcomb's court at Prosser Wednesday return ed a verdict of not guilty. Hauser, who has Iteen conducting the Independent market here for the past six weeks, was charged with taking a wagon load of'meat from theKennewick Packing company's storage room Wednesday night of last week. Gus Rihm, a young German lad, who has been woiking for the Packing company, was ar rested at the same time, charged with being an accomplice. Both were given a preliminary hearing before Judge Stacer and then bound over to the superior court. Hauser and Rihm called for separate trials anb Hauser went before the jury firtt. There was an agreement be tween the county attorney and the attorneys for Rihm that in case the jury declared Hauser guilty o...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

Two The KENNEWICK COURIER R. E. REED and E. C. TRIPP, Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Friday from the Courier Building, Second St., Kenaewick, Wash. One Year. $1.50 Six Months, $.75 Three Months, $.50 Entered Wtrrb 27.1902. as second-class matter at Kenuewick, Wash., Act of Congresa of March 3d, 1879. A. PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY DO FLIES THINK? Have you ever observed the pro ceedings of a gang of merry village flies round a kitchen door? Instinct? Nonsense! A fly has the thinking apparatus of a Daniel Webster. The screen door is there, to be sure, but what is a screen door to a cal culating fly? Nothing but an ex pense to the householder. The flies congregate in bevies of ;>OOO to 4000 on the casing just over the d»>or, and wait for the inevitable opening—which occurs at intervals of five minutes all day long. Every time the door opens a regiment of flies swoops into the hot, odorous kitchen, and thence scatters. Is there a remedy? Any way to put flies and humanity o...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

I 002^ Reminiscences of the Early Days By E. P. GREENE, Founder of The Courier Dear Old Courier and the Rest of j the Bunch: ! your editor having kindly invited meW write one more squib for you, j t cr a lapse of several years, I have with a sort of composite —partly of pleasant remem- Wtfe, and some of the other kind. i'he Courier was really an impor tation, and a transmogrification, w hat*ver that is. In the spring of 1900, when I fir*t made up my Bind' to put a college into existence st Milton. Oregon, one of the first thing* I did as a promotion auxil iary, was to start a monthly paper dubbed the Columbia Courier. This wa s issued regularly till my segre ption from the college in the fail of 1901, when I moved to the Gar den City, and still continued its publication, on somewhat different lines. In the spring of 1902, hear- F j n g of the new N. P. Irrigation scheme in the Kennewick valley, and having an ambition for some thing more than a mere existence, I went over to the futu...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

Tour Corder's Corder's Corder's AFTER some months of toil we have at last completed our brick building and have one of the best equipped Ice Cream plants in the Northwest being sanitary and strict ly modern. We can furnish at short notice all kinds of Ice Cream, Ices, Sherberts, Brick and other frozen dainties. A trial at our soda fountain will convince you that we have the.best cream in the city. We cater to all kinds of parties and lodges. f Next door to Hotel Koontz Corder's CORDER'S Corder's From the Correspondents Items of Interest concerning our Neighbors up and down the Valley FINLEY ITEMS F. B.Caldwell and wife, who were recently married in • North Yakima, stopped at Finley enroute to their new home in Pocatello, Idaho, for a few days' visit with Mrs.Caldwell's sister, Mrs. Lee Nichols. Mrs.Floyd Johnston, who has been ill for the past two weeks, is con valescing nicely. Dr. Farmer came down from Spo kane the first of the week for a few days' inspection of his property here....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

CrtAmv. April it The Kennewick Transfer Co. GEO. F. RICHARDSON, Manager LIVERY, DRAY and BAGGAGE We handle the best grades of COAL Bus meets all PHONE 252 Trains and Boats. Jenkins's Cash Grocery loved ones and your friends prefer jewelry to any other 1 n the world. ! For thousands of years—as far back as historical referances go —the universal token of love and friendship has been precious tones and jewelry, to every age in every age gems and jewelry ave held a charm more alluring than money, land merchandise or ly olher form of wealth. And with each generation the senti ent attached to the giving and owning of jewels grows, every hievement of life is associated with gifts of beautiful jewelry, a ig or some sterling novelty for the baby. Bracelets and neck res, pins and rings for birthday remembrances. At graduation a watch, ring or something of value that will la& ife time and carry with it the sentiment and remembrance of the :asion. A diamond ring announces the marriage enga...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

Six Why Haven't You Bought a Lot in Olmsted Addition ??? 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. €|Think it over. Those beautiful lots, close in, provided with all conven iences, cement walks, water mains, water rights, tele phones, electric lights. CjJEvery 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 ints e te <|Where 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 •J Happenings of Moment to the Man Behind the Plow WATCHFULNESS In few other directions does watch fulness count for so much as in the keeping of poultry. Things that lean be easily overlooked may point | out where...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

All this week's news THIS week * * U y. Rice vvas reported on list the first of the week, n Sbanafelt was a business Jltorin White Blutls, Saturday. , gerconibe transacted business in Age, the latter part of last week. M , and Mr*. J. H. Rudd came ' {ronl North Yakima Tuesday. Shanafelt left Thursday for poJAud ' or a v,B,t with fr,eudß ,u th&t city y. ggii Mrs. Borst are now oc- J»jlng the Lane place and will |t their home. •i-O.W B. AN.at this point re- Vi that the traffic has far exceeded Seir expectaUone- Mrs J. M. Baskett and daughter oj Richland visited friends In Kenne wick last Saturday. A daughter came last Saturday ,l g bt to grace the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Laughead. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Copeland are tbe proud parents of a 12 pound boy Uorn Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs G. W. Lane expect to leave this week for Dubois, in Ferry bounty of this state. Miss Mary Brown, a teacher in the Prescott schools, came home Friday for her Raster vacation. W. P. Crlderman was lu Whit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

might % Power Plants Installed Our engineering service is of great value to you, if you are planning the installation of any character of power plant. We are specially equipped for the building of the separ ate units required. Address us for information on this subject. 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 IF YOU WANT A FARM Here is an opportnnity. You may settle on an irri gated tract in Victoria, Aus tralia's garden state, and the government will give you 31 years to pay for it. Will also build_you a home on the in stallment plan. Land is suitable for general farming, fruit growing, stock raising and dairing. Climate is so congenial that you can sow crops every month in the year. Special rates to Australia n< w announced. For free booklets, giving de tails of this great opportunity, address Major S. Harris, j Dominion Stork & Bond Corp., j Ltd., Winch Bldg....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

I i Br v jHffits feyfpMET fflSJsE§ COLD CURE trick, Posttfot, Peasant fctreli tit cases of Sore Throat, ££m»tion of the Lungs and Cold in I fki He«d. p|| Co.. D<f Mttett, T*. 'THE COLUMBIA PHARMACY CBISC® Raises the Dough BwSM liet state that Crescent jS Mine. Sold by Grocers FULL 9C p POIND CRESCENT MFG. COMPANY. SEATTLE Kingsbury hats:: i:TheJ.E.TULLCOi j| AGENTS <; Kennewick, Washington: \ lljpb' SPOKANE IT COMPANY. M W DESIGNERS ENGRAVERS W] PHONE, MAIN 104 h I NOW VS'TTIME «<thay«ar to hav* your teeth out Mid plat* and kridftwork don« and h«r« ia tha placa to get tha k««t pain lata work poeaible. Compart aur i'ricu. BWe finish plat* and btidite work for out of - town patron* in on® day if dMirad. Falnleaa extraction free when plat*'* or bridfft work i* order •d. Consultition free. MolarCrewns $5.00 22k B rid ft T*ath4.oo G*M rillingt 1.00 Eaamal Filling* 1.00 Silver Filllncra .50 Good Rubber ___ Plate* 5.00 Bett Red Robber _ Plata* 7.50 WUt. hnm un Muwta Psinlsss Eitr'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 April 1911

Tm The Kennewick Furniture Co. Here are a few Specials for this week. Lace Curtains in a large assortment of patterns at just a little above cost. Just received a shipment of Solid Oak Dining Chairs, styles in Early English, Oak X 1 inibh at $2*50 and $3.00 each. A $65.00 Davenport Couch, all leather, Oak, New pattern, «p4Z,«)U A $45.00 Davenport Couch, Pantasote leather, well built, easily rn operated JpZO.DU Kitchen chairs, hardwood seat .... 95c A $15.00 Incubator, used only aq jwv a short time «pO.UU A small lot of Garden tools, such as hoes, rakes, forks, etc., slightly used at very low price. There can be found many other articles at a specially low figure. We can save you money on all your house furnishings. The Kennewick Furniture Co. IN THE HOVER BLOCK WALTER LODGE ARTHUR JACOT JOHN DUNCAN KENNEWICK DRAY LINE TRAIN"SPER & DELIVERY FTTRTN-ITTTRE AND PIANO.MOVING A SPECIALTY ALL rtRDBRS PROMPTLT ATTENDED TO JPHON* X 235 I CASH I I ASPARAGUS | I We want 200 Boxes daily. We...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 April 1911

The Kennewick Courier VOL. X. NO. o THIEVES STEAL MAIL POOGH Sack of First Class Matter Stolen horn Depot Saturday Evening —No Clue to Looters The presenc* of the tough element jjjout the city, which has been a menace to the peace of mind of the citizens for some time past, has at last made itself felt and, as is usu ally the case, at the point where it was least expected. The U. S. first class mail for Kennewick was stolen Saturday evening shortly after its arrival on No. 41, the west bound train due here at 10:10 p. m. The looters are supposed to have been the two rough looking characters who were seen hanging about the depot, near * train j time, but all trace of them has been lost and up to this date the government detectives have been unable to find any clue as to their identity or lo cation. As is customary, the mail sacks were thrown from the train onto the truck which was pulled up the platform to the baggage room door by operator G. T. Tytherleigh. Fie was called to answer ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 April 1911

Two The KENNEWICK COURIER R. E. REED and E. C. TRIPP, Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Friday from the Courier Building, Second St., Kcnnewick, 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 of March 3d. 1879. A PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY THE JOYFUL LIFE In a recent public statement Bis hop Fallows of Chicago, said that "while we Americans are an active people, we are as a rule, a joyless people; we act as though we were driven like slaves to our tasks; we take our pleasures on a feverish run." It is a question whether Ameri cans really enjoy life as they should enjoy it. They are too active, too hasty, too much absorbed in the pursuit of material things, to really get out of life all the joy there is in it. Often such pleasures as Ameri cans pursue are ephemeral. Some times they are coarse. Life's simpler ioys seem not to be popular with those who are in a position to reap the rich...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 April 1911

4, >OUB loved ones and your friends prefer jewelry Y to any other gift in the world. I For thousands of years—as far hack as historical fertnces go—the universal token of love and friend 'hin has been precious stones and jewelry, in every 8 " I gems and jewelry have held a charm more allur- ? e than money, land, merchandise or any other form {wealth. And, with each generation the sentiment attached to the giving and owning of jewels grows, ve rv achievement of life is associated with gifts of Lutiful jewelry—a ring or some sterling novelty for the baby —bracelets and necklaces, pins and rin ?s for birthday remembrances—at graduation a watch, ring or something of value that wili last a life time •lid carry with it the sentiment and remembrance of fheoceasion. A diamond ring announces the marriage engagement, and at the wedding the crowning event 0 f all, a multitude of precious gifts are bestowed, consisting principally of splendid articles made of eo jd and silver, which will las...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 April 1911

you From the Correspondents Items of Interest concerning our Neighbors up and down the Valley HOVER NOTES Jess Long left Sunday for Page where he expects to be employed on the Umatilla. Mr. Dahiain was in Kennewick Saturday on business. Geo. Bartel wes in Finley Friday. Mrs. Hampton and Miss Hamilton were in Kennewick Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Long, accom panied by their daughter Mae, from Finley, spent Sunday at the Doyle home. Mrs. Long's sister, Winnie Doyle, returned :to Finley with her for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Kimpel and son of Portland, spent last week in town at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Parker. They returned home Sun day. D. D. Davison.of Hooper, Wash, was in town the first of the week. Mrs. B. B. Stuart was confined to her room a few days last week on ac count of illness. G. B. Schroyer was in Kennewick Tuesday. Mr. Witson who has been section foreman here for sometime has been transferred to Cliffs, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Remington vpgrc in Kennewick Tuesday...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 April 1911

AO this week's news THIS week J* Mary Ellis is taking the money at the Princess Theatre. Born— To Mr. and Mrs. .1. Hill, a eon, Friday. April 21. Mr and Mrs Paul Thompson vls lted friends in Walla Walla Thurs day. Mis** Alice Luth and Langley were visitors In the latter part of last week. Mrs. Leslie Williams returned Sun day frotn a few weeks' visit in Sprague and Ply moth. A. F. Brown, manager of the Ken newlck Valley Telephone Company. WU B a Walla Walla visitor Monday. Miss Alma Ninsen of Coulee City, Wash., is visiting with Mrs. G. Gar ber and Mrs. M. O. Klltten this week. April 24th will be celebrated here after by Mr. and Mrs. W. .J. Hoyt as the birthday of their little daughter, born Monday, George Richards of Cle Elum is spending a few days at the home of bis sister, Mrs. Sbouster, at their home, southeast of the city. Lester blackwood, who has been employed In Horse Heaven during the Spring, spent Sunday with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Book. W.S. llaxton and fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 April 1911

PIPE LINES WATER MAINS IRRIGATION PLANTS are specialties with us. It makes no difference whether your project is large or small, it receives the full benefit of our organization's engineering staff. Write us and get the bene fit of our advice and estimate on your proposition. 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 The U. S. Shoe Shop Repairing— The Good-as-New Kind. —Give us a trial — Next to Club Baths Yakima Street. Hasoline Lighting Plant Used less than Two Months For Sale Chaap Inquire at the Dreamland Pavilion, or at PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO. "Always at Your Service" The Kennewick Transfer Co. GEO. F. RICHARDSON, Manager LIVERY, DRAY and BAGGAGE We handle the best grades of COAL Bus meets all PHONE 252 Trains and Boats. RICH'S LAND PAYS NOW! "You Can See It On The Trees" A full crop of Pears A good crop of Apples Scads of Grapes Oceans of Strawberries Worlds...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 April 1911

Hare |iy^PßiEr Tmusts COLD CVHE Mick, Positive, Pleasant r j. ,11 cases of Sore Throat, *X»ation of the Lungs and Cold m the Head. £tcMV Wt- WoIBM, I*. a* ceow* COLUMBIA PHARMACY CBISCPT liaises the Dough PSjjM demists and Authori- f tlet state that Crescent POUND h*o\, (DESCENT MFG. COMPANY. SEATTLE Kingsbury Hats AGENTS Kennewick, Washington |DESIGNERS ENGRAVERS I I i PHONE, MAIN 104- j NOW VeST TIME •f thtTMrto bar* yonr teeth out ud plat* and krMpwwrk dooo and b»r» ia th* place to |*t th« ktstpainlaM wwrk. poaai bla. Compart mtr I'rict*. flniah plate and brtilm work for oat of - town patron* in TSmwl 11** desired, ■i iarajtrue whan plates or ■.W.lWltl, PNionrimMuumh Extr'tioa .50 »n« muuua n nmun BEST METHODS All w»k fully guaranteed for fifteen yearn. Wise Dental Co« 9 i»c. Painless Dentists Of? ■?**• T Wrd and Wtthlnstofl PORTLAND, ORE KBetlMn: I AM. to 3ML loaiija. (Ml COLUMBIA STEAMBOAT CO. STEAMERS Eiefliw May IA Carrying United States Mail*, Fastten- and Freight between Ke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 April 1911

Eight Hie Chas. H. Coins Co. Inc. Are in the market for 1 5,000 crates of Fancy Kennewick Strawberries this year. We handle on the Cash basis only. Our last year's average was $3.1 7 per crate. Those who consigned got $2.50 and less. Does it pay to consign just so as to give some fellow a nice fat job? We have at our disposal 25 experienced salesmen to sell our berries, we sell direct to retail dealers, thus saving you the Commission man's profit of 10 to 25 per cent at the other end. Come in and advise us what acreage you have, and number of crates you wish. We assist you to get pickers. 2 Cars of Strawberry Crates in. Get Them Here. Interesting Prices for Economical Polks LI ERE are some bread and butter goods. These are honest * * goods at honest prices, that are needed in every home every day. You will buy them right if you buy them from us. You will have better goods and less complaint if you buy largely from us. Let us know if goods are not satisfactory—we want to please you i...

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