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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 May 1905

the local field , I .... •»«»■»'■* " ,LT I A mail wuß t»ken from No. 2at Pls co yesterday suffering with jim , • He was put in the county jail d given all possible attention, but j be died at an early hour this morning, j Oscar L. Bishop, traveling represent < .live of Northwestern National Insur ance Co. for the state, was here yester day and appointed Moore & Giezen- j tanner agents for ihis district. i s Harley Peter is the proud possessor of a fine gold pen which was presented | to him by his eighth year class as a j token of their appreciation of his earn- j wt efforts with them in the past school' year. Ed. Fin ley and L. Heddington went up to North Yakima today. They are members of the school board in the new district down the valley and are going to the county seat for the pur pQse of looking after the sale of the school bonds that takes place there tc-! day. I Dr. McCormick, Mr. Lutze, Mr. Krontz and L r. Stone of Black Diamond who have been here the past week lookin...

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. — 19 May 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA, 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—Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NEWS. Governor Mead will deliver the Memorial day address at Olympia. The Pioneers' association of the state of Washington will hold its an nual meeting in Seattle, June 20-21. Exports from the Puget sound cus toms district to April were the heavi est on record, reaching a total of $4,702,616. The tallest concrete chimney in the world has just been completed by the Tacoma smelter. It rises 306 feet 6 inches from the base. A building boom seems to be in store for Asotin this summer. Citi zens look forward for one of the best years in the history of the town. Five thousand people crowded the streets of Walla Walla last Saturday to witness the parade of fine horses, in which 60 high grade animals were shown. The present population of the state is 847,000, accor...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 May 1905

AROUND THE WORLD TELEGRAPH SHORT NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Admiral Dewey is better. The strike of the Chicago team sters is expected to spread rapidly during this week. p erim _ln a fight between work men and the rauule, one person was killed. The troops restored order. Colonel W. J. Wilmere, one of the most prominent figures in distilling interests in Kentucky, died in St. Louis recently. A small tornado struck the resi dence part of McPherson, Kan., Sat urday afternoon, demolishing several small buildings. Florence, Col. —The heavy roof of the kiln room of the Portland cement works caved in Saturday, killing Reu ben Boyliss, Grove Miller and George Leonard, workmen. Naples.—The eruption of Mount Ve suvius is more active. There have J been heavy explosions, and the quan > tity of lava emitted produces a mag nificent spectacle at night...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 May 1905

1q Order to /T\aKe For our Spring Goods we will offer for the next 30 days all ol our Winter Goods at greatly reduced prices. All l'2c and 15c Outings. Flannelettes and Kanalta Serge will be sold For ioc Per Yard Good Medium Weight Wool and Fleeced Un derwear and Light Wool Hosiery at greatly reduced prices. Ladies' Light Fleeced Wrap pers at actual cost. Don't forget that we have a nice line of Gent's Clothing, Hats and Shoes that will be sold at live and let live prices Our Grocery Stock: is complete and the prices will always be found right. Give us a trial. R.H.AttDkRSOM AT THE OLD GERRY STAND. ..Closing Out.. Sale Ends Saturday, May 20, 10 P. M. I am determined to sell every dollar's worth of mer chandise possible between now and Saturday night. May 27. With this end iu view dnriug these last few days I will sacrifice Cost. Values next to giv ing them away, as I will not ship anything that slaughtered prices will make you buy. Remember the Store Closes Saturday, May 27, for Goo...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1905

VOL. IV. NO. 2 ■ -SEVEN CARS OF ISERRIES This is the Number Shipped up to Date. He Crop his Avernsred About 85.00 a Crate net to the Growers and will be Wortli 815,000 to the Valley— This Week Closes Season. A canvass of the various berry shipping agencies in this district today discloses the fact that over seven cars of berries have been - shipped from this place this sea son. While this is not as big as was expected at the beginning of the growing season, it is highly satisfactory in the face of events and conditions since the growing season opened. The frosts, the '(•first that have occurred at this time of the year for a number of years, cut off a large percentage of the early berries and blighted consider able more. Then the backward spring delayed the growth of the fruit not injured by the frost. But if the production was not what it should have been the price received has in a measure made amends for the shortness. The price at the beginning of the season was very high and ha...

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. — 26 May 1905

AROUND THE WORLD TELFGRAPH SHORT NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. M. Bompard. the French ambassa dor to Russia, has left St. Petersburg for Paris. An encounter between Greek and Macedonian bands with a strong Turk ish detachment is reported to have occurred in the district of Langadina, in Macedonia. Judge Albion Winegar Tourgee, aged 67 years, of Mayville, N. Y., American consul at Bordeaux, died recently. He was born at Williams field, Ohio. The American Federation of Musi cians has voted to hold next year's convention at Boston. It lias been officially announced that the visit of the French fleet to Spit head will take place during the first week in August. .According to pres ent arrangement the Channel fleet will meet the French ships in Middle channel and escort them to the an chorage where the Atlantic fleet will i be waiting to welcome th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1905

SUNNYSIDE The largest irrigated district in the beautiful and fertile YAKIMA VALLEY The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for sale, lands suited to the production of "high grade crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau tiful homes. Raw land $60 to $90 an acre according to location. With water right. TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five years at six per cent. These lands are watered by the great Sunnyside canal. . . . For particulars, inquire of, or write to | WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPAQ, ZILLAH, WASH. 'vuwjt J. J. Reed & Co., f Hardware :: Furniture and Undertaking* We carry a full line of Headquarters for Cook Stoves, Ammution Ranges and and Sporting Heaters. Goods. Also Sewing Machines. our prices before buyingjjelsewhere." The Merchant J. M. HAWKINS, - - - .PROPRIETOR. Wines, liquors and cigars. Only first class goods handled ..... Whiskies and wines for mtdical p...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1905

With the Farmers in this Season, is, First class Farm and Harvesting Kennewick Courier WILL J SHAUGHNESSY EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION On© Year, in Advance - - §1.50 Six Months - •TS Three Months - .50 There is a ieeling among the great men of the nation that the office of president of the United States should only be held one term by any single incumbent, and it does not seem to us as there is much gocd argument against such a proposition. The following from the Commoner, Mr. Bryan's paper is a great big argument in favor of it, "Then he began to plan to suc ceed himself. No candidate for the presidency ever used the power of the office more openly or notorious ly to secure a presidental nominat ion. His altered position on the trust question could not be con strued otherwise than as a sur rendei to the trusts, and from the time he erased to urge anti-tiust legislation he had the support of the great trusts." Coming as it does from the pen of a man who h:.s twice tri...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1905

the local field rftOM WIONtSOAY'S DAI L Saturday. August 12, has been select ed as Aeronautic Day at theexposition. Hit the Trail at the Lewis and Clark Exposition, opening in Portland on Juue 1. C. A. Lunday and Arie Hover made a business trip to North Yakima yes terday. The Meteor met with an accident yesterday that put her out of commis sion. She was towed into dry dock today for repairs. p. \y. Owens says he has made a canv /ss of the Ifruit conditions of the valle.(* aud finds that we will have quiteV quantity of fruit. Mcßeynolds & McCane the contrac tors who will build the Dirckseu block started a crew of men to work on the frame work today aud ha.\e made cou siderabla headway. A bunch of government surveyors have located up near the Yakfma bridge. There is quite a crew of them and they seem to be prepared to spend the luoimer in this vicinity. Colorado will have a building at the Lewis and Clark Exposition. The structure is now well under way and will be completed by Jun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1905

BANG THE HOLY CITY. PECULIAR INCIDENT IN LIFE OF MRS. MAYBRICK. Stephen Ad.ma, Campa—T of tie Bone, I. H .r BrotW-ln-L.-". Mich.. l M.J brlck - Forton. In Bemi-B.cr«<l Bans end It* HUtory. Jerusalem! Jerusalem! Hear the angela singl Honanna In the highest, Hosanna to the King. It is not difficult to imagine Mrs. Florence Maybrick, once sentenced to Heath for the mnrder of her husband and now released, after spending many years In an English sing ing the refrain of Stephen Adams' pop ular sacred song, "The Holy City. But it is not generally known that hers Was the voice which ttrst gave utter ance to the strains which were destin ed to become as world famous as those of Sir Arthur Sullivan's "The Lost Chord" or "The Palms," by Faure. The song was the work of the young er brother of the man Mrs. Maybrick was convicted of poisoning. Its com poser was her most relentless enemy and was mainly Instrumental In se curing her conviction. Few English composers have more succ(/ssful songs t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1905

RESTORED to health THANKS TO PE-RU-NA friends Were Alarmed- Advised Change of Climate Miss Mildred Keller, 718 13th street, (tf. W., Washington, D. C., writes: "I can safely recommend Peruna for catarrh. I had it for years and it would respond to no kind of treatment, or if it did it was only temporary, and on the slightest provocation the trouble would come back. "I was in such a state that my friends were alarmed about me, and I was advised to leave this climate. Then I tried Peruna, and to my great joy found it helped me from the first dose I took, and a few bot tles cured me. "It built up my constitution, I re gained my appetite, and I feel that I am perfectly well and strong."—Mil dred Keller. We have on file many thousand tes timonials like the above. We can give our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr. Hartman is receiving. Undoubtedly. The widower had proposed to the maid. "I hardly know how to answer you," she said, timidly. "Oh, d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 May 1905

rtini , il'rininnj!ii!iiiiitn!iii!iiiii!iiiiiriMiiU!n!!imiiiii;nn:ji!:;niinii!!i!ii!iir. i if} Order tc /T\2\e P v oo;i) For our Spring Goods we will offer tor the next 30 days all ot our Winter Goods jit- greatly reduced prices. All 12c and 15c Outingsl Flannelettes and Kaiiutta Senre will he sold For ioc Per Yard Good Medium Weight Wool and Fleeced un derwear and Light Wool Hosiery at greatly reduced prices. Ladies' Light Fleeced \Y rap pers at actual cost. Don't forget that we have a nice line of Gent's Clothing, Hats and Shoes that will be sold at live and let live prices. .... Our Grocery Stock is complete and t.he prices will always be l'ound right. Give us a trial. $ $ 4^ AT THE OLD GERRY STAND. STD lireIire I I nftWytlililLuf | $12.50 Per Crate May 3 | | *& & ; POINTERS: | 1. Make your fortune while the Strawberry sun A shines. 2. Buy something, it is sure to greatly advance in price this year. • 3. We are offering some good houses and lots, T* Five acre tracts, clos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1905

VOL. IV. NO. 3 THE WATER MUST HE STORED. Government Reclamation the Only Solution of 1 m pending 1 Difficu 1- ties Says E. E. Benson Unless given assurance of some amicable adjustment by which its rights to the waters of the Yakima river will be adequately protected, the Prosser Falls Land & Irrigat ion Company will be compelled to go into the courts to preserve its rights as against subsequent claim ant! to the waters of the Yakima. Such a contest will imperil many water usesrswho are now depe: d |ng upon the waters of the Yakima for irrigation of their farms. The only satisfactory solution of the situation is government ownership of the Sunnyside canal, and gov ernment reclamation including the ,/impounding and s orage of wa_te waters. This, in brief, is the declaration of E. F. Benson of Prosser, who, in an interview with tbe Republic tnis morning sai-1: "About thirteen years ago the Prosser Falls Irrigation company developed a water power and an irrigation enterprise at Prop...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA, 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 —Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NOTES. Memorial day. May 30, was observ ed over the state last Tuesday. The town of Colton has a commer cial club and has decided to have a market day. Spokane is busy just now getting her parks into good condition for the coming summer. A new and entirely modern elec'ric light and power plant is being install ed at Harrington. The supreme court has dismissed the appeal of the murderer, Frank Pas quale of Tacoma. The extension of the B. B. & B. C. from Bellingham to Spokane lias been postponed for this year. Lake Chelan is the largest lake in the state, one of the deepest lakes in the world, and the most scenic locality on the continent. The postponement of the dedication of the Washington building at the Lewis and Clark centennial until June 2 is under...

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

BOLD TRAIN ROBERY BEARMOUTH, MONTANA, SCENE OF ANOTHER HOLDUP. Express Car Was Wrecked by Explos ion —Messenger Struck Robber Over the Head With Iron Bar—No Booty Taken —Engineer and Express Mes senger Get $1000 Reward. Missoula, Mont., May 29.—The man behind the gun at the Bearmouth holdup of the eastbound Northern Pa cific passenger No. 2, Saturday night, is at the point of death from a blow delivered by Express Messenger Laub, when the robber stooped to pick up a sack of coin from the shattered safe. The highwayman's partner, or part ners, took to the hills and after being traced by bloounounds from the peni tentiary for several miles, crossed a creek and the dogs and posse were battled. No money was secured and the Northern Pacific officials feel so grate ful that today word was wired that checks for $1000 each had been sent to Engineer Wilson and Express Mes senger Laub. After the one man had ordered the engineer and fireman to accompany him to the express car, several shots we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1905

IS Ip£3 tTioiifif" I*^tlP 8 3. £kW i\ feXk ii L 4>* ®*fc. K i.. >i» Jg^j . ••?-;.-■ ic-V"---ip this Sea«on is First class Farm and Harvesting <11 P/? c? c h t n <* f *v fey a« t CV\V £iit li. £Jp s jjll ?/Ssl Ao- t-\ |, :*. r •"->'' I We realise that only "first class bearing I .£ reK k &<)/ ( / \ ' '" - v - ', X;«\ v * ~ , ) 1 Kr- - dL^w) 1 \ ' . \. I I The McCorraicks have roller bearings, and 5® WTq) I \ t i y V ji/- •.y ; : dust proof bushings. Oonsider the minor I r-_ - %i : u lv~^ f\ v '.. Vf " : '* ; ' \'. 1 ' ■. : .•' ~ | points as well as the more important ones. J*" jjflF V •/. ;...;». ; ; - • %*•>;&?' )KV " ~ KSjj iM X"- *S ■ ;V / : '7 w/ II 6 If havilg | " H -■ j/'! to wait a week for every repair you want dur- j «>»-..;»»••.. -VVr-iS*"? •.: > \W : vW-j :(•••*. % «Qg; i •;,• -- % /'Y'O 7 M I ing the harvesting season, and; boy your ma- I "•;_ . ~ >t 4*'f: ', ffy r Tj\\\V $S® */&%{ ffll .•"• "' |II " M I chine from a house that ke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1905

ijjjj] jJ v /( AL l I kitf r „ 0 „ (WM 1 y. Hiixto:; is h" '(iou:.t e s Ol 6 tra*berry i-l >■>**■ is electing a carpeu tersbfP 011 Washington street. g ][axton has a special oiler he making 011 strawberry plants. ' i p ar ties having orders in with W. S. 1 jjjxton for plants can now get then,. r E. H°rb )n Tacoma, is here • jtiiig bis son Howard, who is con ducting poftu ranch wet of the city- Prof. X«tt and wife left yesterday to North Yakima where they will visit for a few da.v ■ liefore starting on a trip that will " • them over consider able of this state and up into the Can adian north west. Span of horses, wagon and harness, for sale cheap apply at blacksmith shop. For Sale-One single Mitchell wag on horse aud harness and tour Lung gliau roosters and ten liens. Appiy at this ofiice. ~t Messrs. Horton, smithley and Mont gomery, a trio of ■/ent.lemen from Ta coma today purchased tiiree tracts of ydiu the Chicago Tracts. * 'A- E- Law, formerly assistant gen eral superintend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1905

| SUNNYSIDE I The largest irrigated district W in the beautiful and fertile § YAKIMA VALLEY 9 The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for 9J sale, lands suited to the production of high grade M II crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, © 5* grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all X § kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- II tiful homes. va Raw land $60 to $90 an acre n (I according to location. With water right. £ V TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five Y years at six per cent. These lands are fi N watered by the great Sunny side canal. ... Kj For particulars, inquire of, or write to X A WASHINUTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH,WASH. gj J. J. Reed & Co., <• Hardware :: ' Furniture and • Undertaking. We carry a full line of Headquarters for Cook Stoves, Ammution Ranges and and Sporting Heaters* Goods* Also Sewing Machines. our prices before buyingjelsewhere.^ The Merchant | ] J. M. HAWKINS, - - - PROPRIETOR. Wines, liquors and cigars. Only first...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1905

THINK OF IT! pretty Matron Mad Headache and Backache, an d Her Condition Was Serious. pe-ru-na CURED MRS. M. BRICKNER 99 Eleventh Street, Milwaukee, Wis. "A short time ago I found my condition very serious. I had headaches, pains in the back, and frequent dizzy spe!ls which grew worse every month. I tried two rem edies before Peruna, and was discouraged when I took the first dose, but my courage soon returned. In less than two months | my health was restored."—Mrs. M. Brick . ? ner. The'reason of ho many failures to cure cases similar to the above is the *'.***"*,*: fact that diseases i PEMALE TROUBLE ♦ peeuliar to the £ _ J NOT RECOGNIZED : P etunar to tne te : AS CATARRH ♦ raale se * are not » .........commonly recog nized as being caused by catarrh. Catarrh ot one organ is exactly the «tme as catarrh of any other organ. What will cure catarrh of the head will also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs. Peruna cures these cases simply be cause it cures the catarrh. * If you have catar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 June 1905

I i 111 i 1111111 i 11H11111 i 11111111111111 iii I i 1111 ilill iI LI 111! 11121 i i I!!! I!: I! illf IM I! iH i 11! 117 Order to | ▼ For our Spring Goods we will ofl'er for the next oO days all ot our Winter Goods at greatly reduced prices. All 12<; an 1 15c Outings, ri «f Flannelettes and Kanatta Serge will be sold = 2 r | For ioc Per Yard | E Good Medium Weight Wool and Fleeced Un- ~ jj£ derwear and Light Wool Hosiery at greatly :: = reduced prices. Ladies' Light Fleeced W rap- ~ j§ pers at actual cost. Don't forget that we s have a nice line of Gent's Clothing, IIuU and Sf s Shoes that will be sold at live and let live = prices. .... « j Our Grocery Stock | S is complete and '.lie prices will always be ~ 5 found right. Give us a trial. £ llt If ft 1 v v ~ 1 AT THE OLD GERRY STAND. | f 80 IB I I'• ''i 0 ! l l llu ■ I 111 Lw ■ 'd £ Li 8 lass vJ* ljj $12.50 Per Crate May 3 |J POINTERS: jj > 1. Make your fortune while the Strawberry sun i'> \ shines. < > 2. Buy somet...

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