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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 October 1905

VOL. IV. NO. 27 Water Turned Into Wallula Ditch. Work 011 the big irrigation proj ect promoted by the Columbia Irri gation company, a Seattle concern, in the vicinity of Wallula, was fin ished a week ago Thursday and water will be turned into the canal some time this week to te<t Jthe levels and the carrying capacity of the new ditch, which has its intake on the Walla Walla river ct Nine mile bridge hud runs in a north western direction. The company has dad a big force of men employ ed on the work for the past year and the project it is estimated en tailed an outlay of $25,000. The canal is about 15 miles in length and will reclaim in the neighbor hood of 7000 acres of sandy land north of Wallula. Land covered by the cannl has taken a big jump in price and tracts that a year ago could have been bought for $5 an acre are now held at from $75 to $100 an acre and the holders aie not anxious to sell at this figure. Tbe Columbia Irrigation company acquired sever s thousand acres of th...

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. — 27 October 1905

Denver Sun. AT PARTING Until we meet again! That Is the mean ing Of the familiar words that men repeat At parting in the street. h, yes, till then, but when death Inter vening Rends asunder, with what ceaseless pain We wait for thee again! The friends who leave us do not feel the sorrow Of parting as we feel it who must stay, Lamenting day by day, And knowing, when we wake upon the morrow, We shall not find in its accustomed place The one loved face! •—Longfellow. The Factoryforeman f ❖ HT was Just such an American vil lage as you see in pictures. A background of superb bold moun tain, all clothed in blue-green cedars, with a torrent thundering down a deep gorge and falling in billowa of foam; a river reflecting the azure of the sky, and a knot of houses, with a church spire at one eud and a thicket of fac tory chimneys at the other, whose black smoke wrote ever-changing hieroglyphics against the brilliancy ol the sky. This was Dapplevale. And in the rosy sunset of this blossomy Jun...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 October 1905

The Songj of the Hair There are four verses. Verse 1. Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the hair grow. Verse 2. Ayer's Hair Vigor stops falling hair. Verse 3. Ayer's Hair Vigor cures dandruff. Verse 4. Ayer's Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair. The chorus is sung by millions. •• Before rising Ayer's Hair Vigor I had very thin and very poor hair. But I continued to n»e the Vigor until my hair greatly improved in every way. I liave uspd it off and on for the past ten years."— Mttß. M. Drummond, Newark, Ji. J. A Made by J. O. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mm. JU Alio manufacturers of ZJ y sarsaparilla. | BEST BY TEST "I have tried all kinds of waterproof clothing and have never found anything at any price to compare with your Fish Brand for protection from all kinds of w«ather." (The nnme nnd address of the writer of this unsolicited letter i.:ay !>♦* had upon application) Highest Award WorM's Fair, 1904. A. J. TOWER CO. The Sign of ihe Fish Boston, U. S. A. TOWER CANADIAN CO. LIMITED * js, T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 October 1905

Wonderful Heater and Fuel Saver Ijqi'jMjl For Soft Coal, Lignite or Hard Coal W0 H I Cost of Stove Saved in Fuel | | yar3!i i ee CSLtI As ycu know one-half of soft coal is gas—the entire gas supply for many cities 9 u a —L*\ and towns being made from the same kind of soft coal you are using We guarantee every I I 1 ;v I . The extent of unburned gases in hard coal is shown by opening the magazine cover stove to remain abso- ~W" Jfi A \Jr > H .... of a base burner when the extra oxygen supplied fills the entire stove with flaming gas. luteiy a!r-tight as loag | Bui Other stoves allow this gas, which is the best part of the coal, also a large as use . J. r> I P : lrt ° f the h2at ' t0 pass U P the chinine y- This waste vvil! average from $1 ° 00 , t0 We guarantee a unl- I C T jn'fcwwr™ *50.00 a year for every family and millions of dollars in fuel are thus wasted annually. form heat day and night T The Original Cole's Hot Blast Stove £.~ ■»*«*. Y Oil nPffllf Ml Saves AH Wasted wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 October 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD PftOM SATURDAY'S DAILY Hugh Stokes is building a house on his tiact up the valley. W. A. Morain and family are again settled in the section house. Remember the Kennewick studio when in want of views. W. J. Shaughnessy is now on tin editorial staff of the Ellensbu-g Local izer. A- J. Barham has very much im proved the looks of his residence by painting. C.Conway went to Prosser this after noon to attend the I. O O. P. lodge this evening. T. A. Williams, the Suntiyside auc tioneer, was in town this morning. He will cry the Putnam sale. The water was turned off at the head gate this morning for temporary re pairs. There will be a lull head of water again in the morning. W. R. Amon, president of the Ex change Bank, has returned to his home at Waitsburg. He has the boys starled on the Bogardt ranch which he re cently purchased. John Mertes of Houghton, Mich., today bought the Locke place in the garden tracts, from the Kennewick Land Co. who had an option on it for a short...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 October 1905

STRIKES IN RUSSIA NINE RAILROADS RADIATING OUT OF MOSCOV ARE CLOSED. Commercial Heart of Russia Cut Off From Rest of Nation —Revolution- ists Have Shown Their Ability- Factory Strike Looked For—Famine Stricken District Cannot Get Relief. Moscow, Oct. 24.—Traffic on seven of the nine main trunk arteries of com merce radiating from Moscow is com pletely paralyzed by the railroad strike, and the commercial heart of Russia has been shut off from all com munication with the rest of the em p.re, except with the narrow section to uie northwestward, including St. Petersburg and the Baltic provinces. Though the government has ordered the railroad battalions of the army to proceed to Moscow and take the places of the strikers for the purpose of re storing traffic, the revolutionists, by a sudden and unexpected blow, have shown their ability to lay their hands on the throat of the nation's commer cial life. The strikers forced the employes of the general oflftces and financial depart ments of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 October 1905

SIX WERE DROWNED PLEASURE LAUNCB COLLIDES WITH A BARGE OFF N. J. COAST. Captain Wince Undertook to Pass Be tween Tug and Barge and Was Struck by the Hawser and Knocked Overboard —Launch Capsized and Rolled Under Barge. Beverly, N. J., Oct. 23.—A launch containing nine men, all of Philadel phia, collided with a barge in the Dela ware river, off this place, resulting in the drowning of six of the occupants of the little boat. The other three were rescued by the crew of the tug boat Bristol, which was towing the barge when the accident happened. Those rescued are'. Captain John Winch, owner of the launch; W. F. Russell and J. Ruther ford. The dead are: William Winch, John Ellis, John Stevenson, Samuel Herron, Norman Delaney, James Yonkers. The launch was hired by eight of the men, most of whom lived in the northeastern part of Philadelphia. The elder Winch took his son along to as sist him in running the boat. The day was spent near Croyden, on the Penn sylvania side of the river. The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 October 1905

9ii ii! lint in nii iiiitttiui 11 itu in u aiiiiiimiHi 11it tin in ith i ihll twllllll ull hiit 1 1 nit up Still a Few More left f MEN'S BXJITS I The last ten days they have gone like hot cakes at Christ- E mas time. Still we have a nice assortment to select from. = And if you will have any use for a suit in .the next six = months we can do business with you for we give you all E the profits. We are agents for E McKibbons 1 "None Better" Hats | With too large a stock on hand and in order to reduce same ~ will give you the same 25 per cent off on them. E Shoes 1 We have the best at bottom prices. Our fall goods are = coming and we must have room and money. We always = try to keep our grocery stock complete with the best of E everything. E liiin tti II i M»NJa 1111111 rii m 111111 u 1111111111 II! iII i 111111 itin i lit r i 11111 in 11 nihiiikii niif. 11 til Golden Rule Real Estate Office | , ' * If you want a good desert claim near Keunewick, £ Kiona or Benton, under the proposed go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 November 1905

VOL. IV. NO. '28 Construction on Portland Road Friday at Vancouver, Wash., Siems & Shields, general contrac tors for construction of the Port land & Seattle Ry., (Northern Pa cific and Great Northern) between Kennewick and Portland, via Van couver, awarded subcontracts to 10 different bidders for sections of the line from Cape Horn for most of the distance to Kennewick, com prising about 190 of the 230 miles. It is ascertained that .the price stipulated with the general con tractors is, in round numbers, $10,- 000.000, although Peter Siems re fused to confirm this, saying it is a maiter for the chief engineers to tell. It is also learned on good authority that the date for com pletion is Nov. 1, 1906. This ex penditure is understood to be aside from the bridges over the Columbia and Willamette, estimated to cost over $2,000,000. Forty contractors have been bidding for portions of the work, but the slices of the con struction fund have so far been parceled to little more than...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 November 1905

•MF ALL MY SHIPS CAME HOME." If all the ships I hare at sea Should coine a-nailing home to me. Oh! .veil, the hs»rbor would not hold So many ships a.% there would be. If all my siiips came home to me. If half my shops came back from sea And brought their precious freight to me. Ah! we.l, I should have wealth as great As any king that sits in state, So rich the treasure there would be. If half my ships now out at sea. Should come a-sailing home to me. Oh! well, the storm clouds then might frown, For if the others all went down. Still rich and proud and glad I'd be If that one ship came home to me. But if that ship went down at sea And all the others came to me, Weighed down with gems and WMlth untold, With honor, riches, glory, gold. The poorest soul on earth I'd be. If that one ship came not to me. O skies be calm. O winds blow free. Blow all my ships safe home to me. But If thou sendest some awrack To never more come sailing back, Send any, all, that sail the sea. But send my love ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 November 1905

Fl Compared I inrr J B Pillsbury's Vitos with other cereals and I B V° u W 'H instantly recognize f I Y* \i PILLSBURY PURITY 1 f y I ' n r * C * l ' W^'te CO '° r °' ■ which is actually the "Heat of !he Wheat.' M 2 j It is the white heart of the w heat B fcgsyV' ia kernel, sterilized. Nothing added; M Try this Common Sense Breakfast Food and you will never change It is HEALTHFUL-SUBSTANTIAL-ECONOMICAL A 2-POUND PACKAGE MAKES 12 POUNDS COOKED -See the Economy PRICE 20 CENTS. 4s* four Grocer To-Day PILLSBUR.Y-WASHBURN FLOUR. MILL CO.. Ltd.. Minneapolis. Minn, ■wnr—f—wi—in iim iwm i FORTUNES FOR COLORADOANS. Seven Get $6,650,000, in Settlement of Estate in Holland. Denver, Col. —Through the final settlement of the Adam Fisher estate in Holland seven Colorado people will receive $6,650,000, divided in this man ner: Mrs. A. G. Curtis of Canon City $4,000,000; Mrs. Fred D. Fowler of Denver, $500,000; Mrs. W. A. Ferrier, Moffat Lakes, $500,000; Miss Belle Cur tis. 500,000; Frederick Curtis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 November 1905

COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT BLAST=THE CLEAN STOVE DUST PROOF SMOKE PROOF Hl{T \C 3 Cole's Original Hot Blast is the Cleanest iliar with the ash pan method, and have, no doubt, The feed door on this stove is guaranteed smoke I » stove ever placed on the market. Our method gone through the process many times of spreading i Jk of removin S 381168 s h°wn by cut No. 1, is per- a newspaper or cloth under your stove every time ot h er stoV es discharge a cloud of gas and soot-lad- 1 / i fectly clean and overcomes the many objections the over-filled pan is removed. ened smoke into the house and scatter soot and S j. j to the ash pan used in other stoves. The elbow The ash pan is not only dirty, but is a great evil j ashes over the carpet when opened. ! Iff t/f itf*, - t> b JvV ■(j JksP draft casting with its upward slant allowj the in stove construction. It adds a door and joints Another point: In feeding coal into a side feed j /j\ VfCfcek Y%v. U| flaf " ~ , . , . , , c . , , . , , , , »;„)!» u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 November 1905

the local field r«OM »«TU«D»*'» DAILY Arie Hover is back from Portland. A. V. Mcßeynolds is back from Seattle. I). M. Carey is leveling some land for Hugh Stokes. R. A. Carpenter is improving hie house ond getting ready for winter. It never fails to make light, whole some food.-Cleveland's Baking Powder W. F. Oshorn of Belmont, Wash., is here visiting his daughter, Mrs. S. T. Laird, for a few days. Assessor Van Horn is in town and is enthusiastic in his talk on railroad prospects for Richland and the upper Kennewiok valley. Dudley, the president of theso-called North Coast Ry., is reported to have told his confidential friends when here on his recent visit that his road would traverse the valley here and cross over and reach Walla Walla. The Kenaewick Land Co. report the gale of three high-priced tracts recent ly: L. A. Jarnagin to W. W. Thomas', 20 acres, $5,000; W. S. Jenkins to Mr. Walker of Colfax, 10 acres, $4,000; and L. M. Locke's six acres for $650 per acre. Many children in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 November 1905

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week —National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Last .Friday was President Roose velt's 47th birthday. Ainsworth, lowa, was swept by fire recently. The business district was de stroyed. Loss, $50,000. A rearend coi«lision between trains in the Boston subway occurred recent ly, but no fatalities resulted. Negotiations for the new Russian loan have been temporarily suspended. The cabinet of Sweden has resign ed in order to give the new ministry a free hand. The Spanish armored cruiser Cardi nal Cisneros foundered oil Villanova recently after striking a rock. All on board were saved. Libau. —Six armed men entered the Libau branch of the Moscow Interna tional Trade bank recently and robbed it of $17,500. Five of the men were shortly afterwards captured and $10,- 000 recovered. The sixth man with $7000 escaped. Worcester, Mass. —Of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 November 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, MONTANA, IDAHO AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place —Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. T. D. Rockwell, chairman of the tax commission, has turned over to the state treasurer the sum of $13,240.59, collected by the commission as an inheritance tax on three estates in Seattle. E. B. Harrison, a pioneer settler in the Palouse country, who lived near Viola, was instantly killed recently by falling from nis wagon, breaking his neck. The 2t!th annual session of the Spo kane Teachers' institute is in session this ween. Jacques 1., emperor of Sahara, will pass through the state by overland flyer to take a Great Northern steam er sailing from Seattle on November 9. Reports from farmers and orchard ists in the vicinity of Spokane are to the effect that the apple crop has been seriously injured by frost. "Under the direction of the state tax comm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 November 1905

in n: 111 mIJ HMtH MII 81111 l llHillllll IUIIIHHIItIItH HMIIIWIHUH IWIWIHH IHHIg | I Still a Few More left 1 1 1 MEINPS SUITS 1 S = I 3 Tlie last ten days they have gone like hot cakes at Christ- E | mas time. Still we have a nice assortment to select from. = P And if you will have any use for a suit in the next six = | months we can do business with you for we give you all § g the profits. We are agents for E I McKibbon's | 1 "None Better" Hats i s E % With too large a stock on hand and in order to reduce same E will give you the same 25 per cent off on them. E | Shoes 1 j| We have the best at bottom prices. Our fall goods are E % coming and we must have room and money. We always E £ try to keep our grocery stock complete with the best of E jfj everything. =j Hun mi 1111 run 1111111; 11 n iti in mmm i mmiiu iinuirit in inm iiim i wnimw his ihi nun ul 1 Golden Rule Real Estate Office I s C a § 8' If you want a good desert claim near Kennewick, j| j Kiona or Benton, under the propos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 November 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 28 Water Rights Question Settled Howard Anion, president of the Benton Water Co. has informed the proper authorities of his inten tion to sign the government agree ment on behalf of his company. As we have previously announced the signing by E. F. Benson for the Prosser ditch and Mr. Cooper, the jf. P. land commissioner for the Kennewick and Kiona ditches no hindrance to the government recla mation work now exists in the lower valley. We predict a defin ite and favorable announcement by the government officials prior to December ist. Ainsworth Again on the Map. W. H. White, who will be the stor keeper at Ainsworth for Sims & Shields, contractors for the Port land cut-off informs us that for the 2 years at least business will be liv ely at Ainsworth. The N. P. Co has about completed its new ware house there which is 140 feet long. Boats will soon be put on for the purpose of transporting material £lotig the line. One boat, the J Al. Hannaford is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 November 1905

THE NORTHERN LIGHTS. All scentless lie the fields of snow. The valley mists hang deep below, No earthly damps attaint the air. And all is pare and white and fair. No stir betrays the wandering breeze, No whisper from the frozen trees, They master still and stark and pale, A phantom host in silver mail. And silver-studded over all Is drawn night's velvet pnrple pall, And all is peace; the fitful breath Seems sacrilege in this land of death. When far athwart the Northern Pole The rainbow tinted streamers roll, The leagured wizard of the North lias Hung his liery challenge forth. And, where across the frozen plain Lies the grim harvest of the slain. His icy searchlights coldly sweep The approaches to his virgin keep. So are there latitudes too high In realms of cold philosophy, And banvn wastes, that cannot give The bre.'id whereby a man may live. —The Spectator. :: THE MISER j HE door of the doctor's house was closed almost noiselessly and John Breen went slowly down the short flight ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 November 1905

than .1 ny 3HOther Chicago [ $I.oool!gi Givenfor | Reliable Information! We will give One Dollar for a Postal 9 Card giving the first reliable news of I a chance to sell a horizontal steam I engine of our styles, within our range B of sizes. We do not want inquiries at I this time for vertical, traction or gas R engines. £ ATLAS ENGINES AND BOILERS have for yeirs been She standard for all steam plants. Best of material and workmanship. Our big output enables us to sell on small prof its. An Atlas, the best in the world, costs no more than the other kind. Writ* today for oar special offer. ATLAS ENGINE WORKS Selling agencies in all cities INDIANA POLI S Corliss Engines High Speed Enpines Water Tube Boilers Four Valve Engines Compound Engines Tubular Boilers Automatic Engines Throttling Engines Portable Boilers Atlas Engines in service 3,000,000 H. P. I Atlas Boilers in service 4,000,000 H. P. Washington's Wheat Crop. There is nothing in the latest re ports received at the department ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 November 1905

COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT BLAST=THE CLEAN STOVE ' . . DUST PROOF SMOKE PROOF Wfl^ayM. llWroMTOljni" k t Cole's Original Hot Blast Is the cleanest ilip.r with the ash pan method, and have, no doubt, The feed door on this stove is guaranteed smoke j ' * -"'33 Stove ever pieced OH the market. Our method gone through the process many times of spreading proof and doer, away with the escape of smoke, soot J < amoving ashes shown by cut I "»o. 1, is per- a newspaper or cloth under your stove every time I otl^^^ov^d^-^har" 5 ' 0 ? ust "j 1 j ' to the ash pan used in other stoves. The elbow The ash pan is not only dirty, but is a great evil j ashes over the carpet when opened. i 'N draft casting with its upward slant allows the in stove construction. It adds a door and joints Another point: In feeding coal into a side feed f ? — JalEr empty coalliod to be set under the draft so that which chn be made only temporarily air-tight by door it has to be thrown into the stove, which no ashes or coals ...

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