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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 May 1911

All this week's news THIS week Tbe Ladles' Missionary society of he Baptist church met at the church Ivedii<* dH * v »f ter "°" n - Floyd Von S-lirlltz arrival tl»*> first ith* week ' or anextended visit with titer. Mrs. tt. M.Franz. „ n j # H. Campbell is spending " w eek I" Highland with her L. H Cox. and wife. Bebekahs! There will be special ffork at tlie next meeting, Tuesday e'renlng Ma.v 23rd. All members are uf ged ti> be present. Tbe Nile club will hold their next meeting at t,ie h,,me " f Eleanor staW. evening. All mem bers are asked to attend. Over thirty <>f the friends of Miss Francis Olbrlch were guests at her home last evening and cards and daudug were Indulged in uutll the veesmall hours. Mrs. Thomas and children returned, Saturday evening from Lamona, #here they spent a couple of weeks visiting at the home of Mrs. Thomas's daughter, Mrs. Swaggart. The ladies of the Presbyterian Church were guests of Mrs. Helms at a Missionary Tea, yesterday after noon....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 May 1911

Bix Irrigation Plants WHETHER you have 10 or 10,000 acres suitable for irrigation we would like to submit plans and prices for installing the irrigation system. OUR engineers are at your service. Let them person ally investigate your pro ject and tell you the cheap est and best method of irrigating. Write now for our proposal. 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. Central Station Service On May I 3 a $3000 double page ad. appeared in the Saturday Eve ning Post. You will see the same articles in the Reporter window. We have made possible the sale to you of these "home comforts" at a lower price than you could purchase an inferior article PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO. "Always at Your Service' The Kennewick Transfer Co. GEO. F. RICHARDSON, Manager LIVERY, DRAY and B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 May 1911

?'j HERES &L#reliw KftiUSE'S COLD CURE Qiiick, Positive, Peasant *•„ a n cases of Sore Throat, i a TanU° n of the I.ungs and Cold in the Head. p tn<r . cirttv mt«. Co., Dm T*. c entsmm THE COLUMBIA PHARMACY ■RAISES the DOUGH M Better than other powders— m producing light, dainty, whole- M »pme Rnd P"trie«— ■CRESCENT I BAKING jpalga I POWDER PpKlj ■it high grade and f Mmoderate in price — I flgifwfifrtl ■25c lb. tin at grocer*. L ■Crwcc't Mfg- Co.. Seattle ft Kingsbury Hats TheJ. E. TULLCO. AGENTS Kennewick, Washington SPOKANE J 11 COMEANY. M M DESIGNERS ENGRAVERS M \ PHONE, MAIN 104 Ji \ 909% SPRAGUE AVE I SPOKANE. //£ || J NOW VEVT TIME •f the T«»r to have your teeth out Mid plat* sal briiijework done ami here ia the place to gat tha buttpaiiilsss work possible. Cvinpart»vrrrie»a. BWe finish plat* and bridge work for out of-town patrons in ens day If desired. Painless extraction fr«o when platea or bridjg work ia order -Bsit Rsd Rubber y jq *" I »Miumi PainlsM Extr'tisn .50 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 May 1911

Bight The Goose Tower. In the early years .f the fourteenth century the "free • lies"— Hamburg, Lubeck and I'.remen a delegation of seventy seven in miters iu King Vaidemar to demand increased rights and privileges n then trade with Den mark The Oe'egaten were not very resperffi:' iu tiieir language and de meanor. and die kitty;. who was at Vordingborg. told them they acted like a drove of geese and clapped them into prison in the tower, telling them They would stay there until they learn ed better manners. Over the heavy tower door the kinu put up a stone with the inscription: Sieben und slebentes fla use: Sieben und Ganse; Ware nicht so viele Ha use Hat tch auch nictit so viele Ganse. Translated this reads: "Seventy seven houses and seventy-seven geese. If there were not so many houses I would not have so many geese." On top of the tower, which still stands solid and strong, was placed a big gilt goose, with neck outstretched as if it were hissing. The Jerboa and the Melons. An od...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1911

rjijjg g "~U" j""^"j" VOL. X- Nu 7 SPOKANE FIRM'S BID ACCEPTED J. B. Sweat & Co. of that City Will Build New Schoolhouse —Howe gets Plumbing Bids ranging from $42,500 to {50,000 were received by the school board for the erection of the new high school building. The sealed bids, ten in number, were opened by the board at the Hotel Kenne wick last Saturday afternoon and proved rather disappointing, in that the lowest of the figures submitted made the cost of the structure sev eral thousand dollars higher than that estimated by the architect. After considerable discussion, Architect Rand made several sug gestions for alterations in minor de tails with a view to lessening the cost and the several contracting firms were asked for revised bids. A re cen was then taken until 7:30 in the evening, when the bids were again taken up for discussion and ♦he contract finally awarded to J. B. Sweat & Co. of Spokane for $39,- 589. Their first bid was $43,310, the changes in the specificatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1911

Two The Hamilton Supply Co. Buys and Sells Everything Round Trip Excursion Rates East VIA 0.-W. R, & N. CO. The Safe Road to Travel Chicago S 72..50 St. Louis 70.00 New York 108.50 Washington, D. C 107.50 Duluth <>0.00 Port Arthur 60.00 Winnipeg *50.00 St. Paul 00.00 Omaha 60.00 Kansas City 60.00 St. Joseph 60.00 Denver 55.00 Colorado Springs .- 55.00 Puebl® 55.00 Dates of Sale] May 16, 17, IS, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29. June 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 21, 22, 28, 29, 30. July 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26, 27, 28. August 3, 4, 5, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, r 23, 28, 29,^30. September 1, 2, 4, 6, 7. Stopovers going and returning. Final return limit October 311911. For further infor mation, call on or address R. BURNS, District Freight and Passenger Agent, 19 East Main Street, Walla Walla, Wash. C. F. VAN DE WATER. Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent, North Yakima, Wash. E. L. HOPPEL, Kennewick, Wash. . " 111 ' - Jt Mmm t £ i^: ■ The World's Best 1911 Prices on Oliver Plows W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1911

BOYS, Get a Watch! Start on the Road to Manliness. A watch is a real missionary— teaching responsibility to the boy who has it. Every boy in the valley should earn enough money picking strawberries to buy himself a nice timepiece. Time is money in this age of hustle and keen competition. Each boy should learn promptness and the value of time. We offer good guaranteed watches at from $1.00 [to $6.00 A DANDY SOLID NICKEL ONE FOR $2.50 Louis F. Stock INVITE DELE6ATES FROM EASTERN CITIES Spokane Chamber of Commerce Starts a "Know-Your-()wn-Country- First'' Movement Thirty-seven boards of trade and commercial organizations of the principal cities in New York, Mass achusetts, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, Maine, Marvland, Dela ware, Connecticut and Rhode Island have been invited by the Spokane Chamber of Commerce to send rep resentatives to visit the intermoun tain and Pacific slope country dur ing the coming summer and early fall months. This is the opening campaign of a"Kno\v-Your-()wn-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1911

font From the Correspondents Items of Interest concerning our Neighbors up and down the Valley HOVER NOTES F. B. Dobblaar was in Kennewick Saturday. Mrs. Leich of Horse Heaven was in town a few hours last week visit ing with friends. W.J. Eakin, of Seattle, was here a couple of days last week looking after his property. Miss Edna Dimick and Harry Sil vers, of Kennewick, were in town Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dimick. Mr. and Mrs. Hursey of Kenne wick were in town Sunday. Mr. Benson, of Washtucna, visited his sister, Mrs. H. Hughes, between trains Sunday. Mrs. Myers, of Alfalfa, spent a few days in town last week with rel atives. E. Greene, of Plymouth, was in town Monday and Tuesday visiting at the home of Wm. McGuire. E. E. Robinson returned from Walla Walla the first of the week after spending a few days with home folks. Geo. Spicer, of St. Paul, arrived the first of the week to visit his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Spicer. G. A. McGuire was in Kenne wick the first ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1911

All this week's news THIS week ' N - A . McPbee whs a Kenne w,ck rß vißitoP the first of the week. * ul south worth of Pasco trans- Jed business in this city Monday. v L Hoppel left Monday for Port- Jjd where he was looking after busi. and Mrs. C. F. De Lane are the proud parents of a (laughter born Sunday, May - L fatbollc services will be held Sun dav, Mav 28th, at 8 a. in , at the Episcopal church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuahr are the proud paints of twin girls born on Sunday, f h. Tony Olbrich left Monday for Hedges where she will visit her sis ter, Mrs. Garber, for a short time. Tbe ladles of the Catholic church W |ll hold a food and apron sale Saturday, May 27th, at Jenkins' store. Mrs. J. H. Lelter Is over from the coast for a few days and Is a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. K. C. Bowers. Miss Anna L. Lange, representing the Hoffman Tailoriug house of Spo kane Is In the city this week, solicit ing orders. Mr. and Mrs. Merrlfield, of Prosser, are visiting with Mrs. Sierrl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1911

Wx Irrigation Plants WHETHER you have 10-or 10,000 acres suitable for irrigation we would like to submit plans and prices for installing the irrigation system. OUR engineers are at your service. Let them person ally investigate your pro ject and tell you the cheap est and best method of irrigating. Write now for our proposal. 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. Central Station Service On May 1 3 a $3000 double page ad. appeared in the Saturday Eve ning Post. You will see the same articles in the Reporter window. We have made possible the sale to you of these "home comforts" at a lower price than you could purchase an inferior article PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO. "Always at Your Service" The Kennewick Transfer Co. GEO. F. KXCIIAIiDSON, Manager LIVERY, DRAY and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1911

have a cold • krauses COLD CURE Quick, Positive, Peasant in all cases of Sore Throat, tnflamation of the Lungs and Cold in the Bead. nerM> Cklitv IWB- Co., Dm Hlolum, la. CC/>W*I THE COLUMBIA PHARMACY mRAISES the DOUGH 0 Better than other powders— m producing lif ht, dainty, whole fl «ffiw cakes and pastries— ICRESCENT I POWDER BMH ■il high grade and y ij'j ■ —derate in price — I ■ 25c lb. tin at grocers. iWjjpJJJjj ::Kingsbury Hats iThcJ.E. TULL CO. !| AGENTS j Kennewick, Washington H DESIGNERS ENGRAVERS K I PHONE, MAIN 104 I I i NOW VeVt TIME sfthsyrarto bar# your teeth oat and plat* and krMgswork dour aud h«re is the place to get the kMipaiuisia work possible. Cviupar* wfrwis. HWe finish plate and briilHe work for out of ■ town patrons In one day if desired. Painless extraction free when plates or work j, order *■.*. Witt, Praam in Misum PainlsM ExtrMlsa .50 U <ua uuiuttH a pmtus, BUT METHODS fully guaranteed far fifteen yean. Wise Dental Co., inc. ..Painless Dentists Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1911

CLOSE LIBRARY JUNE FIRST The executive board of the Ken-1 newick Library Association met, j Saturday afternoon, in the parlors of the Hotel Koontz to discuss the feasibility of keeping the reading | room open on the present limited j supply of funds. The result of last j week's election asking for taxes i amounting to mill and a half on the dollar, makes it impossible to raise enough money for the monthly running expehses which exceed the appropriation recently made by the council by half. It was decided to close the library for the time being. This action was the last resource as every effort has been made by in terested members of the Association to keep the doors of the reading room open and their closing is sim ply the inevitable result of lack of interest and lack of funds. It is understood that the Commercial Club has offered the board the use of one of their rooms for storing the books but no action was taken at this meeting and no arrangements will be made until a committee ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1911

The Kennewick Courier VOL- X. NO. 7 light batting LOSES GAME Breaks Even with Day ton and Loses to Pasco — 'All Games Close Tbe Kennewick grounds were the gceneof three rattling good ball pmes during the past week and although two of them resulted in victories for the visitors, the home boncb played a pretty good article „f bell, worked all the time and mide their apponents earn all they got. A tendency of the infield to be a bit wabbly in pinches is their main fault at present but Capt. Martin thinks this can be smoothed out by consistent practice and participation in a few more fast games. The boys have also fallen off badly in their stick work, making a total of only 17 hits in the last three games to 28 for the other fellows. The games with the fast Dayton High School team on Saturday and Sunday were nice ones to see. The visiting boys were a good clean lot of fellows and played good ball every minute. The two teams put up about as even an argument as is ever seen on the diamond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1911

Two The Hamilton Supply Co. Buys and Sells Everything Round Trip Excursion Rates East VIA 0.-W. R. & N. CO. The Safe Road to Travel Chicago § 72.50 St. Louis 70.00 New York 108.50 Washington, D. C 107.50 Duluth 60.00 Port Arthur ... 60.00 Winnipeg 60.00 St. Paul 60.00 Omaha 60.00 Kansas City 60.00 St. Joseph 60.00 Denver «... 55.00 Colorado Springs 55.00 Puebl® 55.00 Dates of Sale May 16, 17, IS, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29. June 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 21, 22, 28, 29, 30. July 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26, 27, 28. August 3, 4, 5, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30. September 1, 2, 4, 6, 7. Stopovers going and returning. Final return limit October 31, 1911. For further infor mation, call on or address R. BURNS, District Freight and Passenger Agent, 19 East Main Sheet, Walla Walla, Wash. C. F. VAN DE WATER, Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent, North Yakima, Wash. E. L. HOPPEL, Kennewick, Wash. "** J*,- ' f'• '' - m:iitnumir:n::s . —- - - The World's Best 191 1 Prices on Ol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1911

I Fga-""" 2 — #KftiVEs /IT) A|ND WEDDING presents should come from a jewelry store both for the reason of true econ omy, which means best values for your money, and from the satisfac tion that comes from contact with things of this kind being absolute ly reliable. From the standpoint of years of service, tableware when bought from us is twice as cheap as the service you get when you buy inferior goods. Louis F. Stock What Not to Grow Prof. C. A. Cole of the Oregon Agricultural College writes in die Pacific Homestead as follows on the subject of Growing Crops in Young Orchards. J* js> J, This question is often asked: Is it advisable to grow crops in a young orchard? This is a question that is of vital importance to many a small orchardist. Also, it is a question that many "booster" clubs and real estate men make much of in advertising their sections or towns. Many a tract of land is sold on the strength of the "ad" that a good living can be made be tween the rows while the orchard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1911

tvmx From the Correspondents Items of Interest concerning our Neighbors up and down the Valley FINLEY ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dean, who have lived with their son, Fay F., left Monday for a year's visit in Nebraska and lowa. They have two daughters and a son in lowa and will make their home there after their return from this extended visit. The return game of base ball be tween Section Seven and Finley was played on the Finley grounds last Sun day resulting in a score of Bto 4 in Finley's favor. Don F. Cresswell visited with his brother Fred, in the valley the first of the week on his way home from a business trip to Walla Walla. Rev. Miller of Ritzville and Rev. Geiser of Rosalia visited a few days in the Finley valley with friends and relatives. • Geo. Von Blon is plastering his house this week. L. Spiegel moved to Ken newick Wednesday where he will take charge of a stock of goods that he has re cently purchased. Mrs. Crooks and family of Pasco spent Sunday with the Cole family. Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1911

All this week's news THIS week <*• * \Znwaa born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Aague, last Saturday. f Richardson made a business Jn to Hanford last Saturday. U, w Mabel Lee, of Horse Heaven Jtedat the Frans home Monday. 'mmßuth Sloyd of Walla w a lln is pending a fcw days at the H. A. Rler bofflc pom-To Mr. and Mrs. J. E. jjcKini. Monday morning, a ten pound 808. Agon was born to Mr. and Mrs. WnJ genyon of the Highlands, Tues day May 30. Tbe W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday jjyruooD at 3 o'clock In the Congre gational church. jligg Emma Engels was here from Xoppenisb Sunday visiting with friends In this city. Little Ralph Dern fell from a chair Monday and the fall resulted lu a badly sprained arm. jlm Irvln was In Walla Walla the first of the week visiting frlendß and transacting business. j g. Clements and daughter, Miss £ldaClements were Kennewick visit ors the first of this week. J. B. Sandage was over from Pasco Sunday visiting with his sister, Mrs. George Brown and family. The Ladles' Ai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1911

VV bank u recognized *« on* \ V\ \,\ of the mox conservative intti- V V \ tutioni m th« United State*. \W Our Banking • By. Mail \ Department * modern and c °rT | p'ete. No matter / "• \ where you hv« you can I deposit with ih wi'li pcf -1 feel convenience. V 4. TKh booklet telU you of our methodi and txplaini the euentialt of lafely'invest. fundi. " It 11 tent without expense or obligation. rite for Booklet Make Real Estate Hay Never Such Offers Made Before 5 Acres in Kennewick in full bearing and paying well, besides being im proved with buildings good enough for anybody, $6,500. Good House, Barn and 50 ft in best location, only two blocks from the post office for, $2,500. Two Good Houses and Barns and an acre in full bearing with each for, $2,500 eacTb. 60 Acres nearly joining Kennewick, $100 per acre. Omar W. Rich Investment Co. Kennewick, Washington Central Station Service On May 13 a $3000 double page ad. appeared in the Saturday Eve ning Post. You will see the same articles i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1911

£rl£i— have a cold • Pi HEBtS I iL '• WLIEF MALISt* COLD CUBE Quick, Positive, P.casant : n all cases of Sore Throat, fjSwation of the Lungs and Cold m the Head. itonu* tichtv mt9. Co., D«I u. THE COLUMBIA PHARMACY • You cannot make any sort of a * fair comparison between old fashioned knit Union Suits and Loose Fitting B. V. D. Trade Mark. Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. Union Suits. (Pal. April 30, 1907) Theyar: different in every way, in material, cut. and shape. To fully appreciate tlie difference, you must wear tkem. Kingsbury Hats ThcJ. E. TULLCO. AGENTS Kennewick, Washington I V\J BPOKA3STE. XjjCfr j j Kyaerfcaii] | f COMmNY. 'ES M DESIGNERS EN6RAVERS W \ PHONE, MAIN 104 A J\ 909& SPRAGUE AVE If. >>\ SPOKANE. //A nk . M \ J COLUMBIA STEAMBOAT CO. STEAMERS Effective May Ist fI niteii i>t«tes Mails. Passen strs find Freight between Kennewirk P *BCO op-r'vt'T points. Lp-River Steamers ou ntain Gem leaves Kennewick for ahluke. 7:30 a. m. Pasco, 7:40 a. m. liesday ?rd 5-an re'*}...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1911

L: I) SUrbt LI6HT BATTING LOSES Concluded from front page tion came across the river Tuesday afternoon, accompanied by three coaches full of ardent rooters. When lined up for praetice the team proved to be the pick of the Pasco city and N. P. teams and the combination worked together well. Leedy who was in the box for the visitors was exceedingly stingy with his hits and gave only one base on balls. Although the boys pound ed this same Leedy for 11 runs in the last game he pitched here none of them could connect with his offerings Tuesday with the excep tion of Ward, who got a double and a single out of three times up. Larkin, who had beaten Pasco twice before this season, was effect ive until the sixth inning. In that EARLY HATCHED CHIX MAKE EARLY LAYERS I HAVE THEM FOR SALE Plymouth Rocks R. I. Reds Buff Orpingtons ' PRICES REASONABLE J. FRED SMITH Box 653 Kennewick, Wash. jy Rose Festival, Portland, June 5-11 (MpEKI $9.15, Portland and Return Tickets Sold June 5,7 and 9. Limit Ju...

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