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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 November 1905

the local field r *OM SATURDAY'S DA LV FredS. Becker of Aberdeen, Wash., is in town today. Kennewick Studio open Wednesday and Saturday only. F. B. Laing has resigned as fruit in spector, to take etfect Dec. Ist. This action was made necessary because of >lr. Laing's decision to return toClark -8 ton. X. I). Miller of Vancouver, chief en gineer of the North Bank road, is in town examining the recent surveys. It is probable that seme changes will he made. s Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morris of Lake City. Minn., are visiting at Herman Fisher's. They expect to spend the winter in Bellingham where they have a married daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Cook, daughter, Mrs. Paul, husband and son; another married •daughter, Mrs. Chamberlain, also an unmarried daughter, have come to Kennewick to make «their homes and are now settled in the Root property on West Second street. They hope the climate here will be especially bene ficial to their daughter's health. Attorney C. O. Anderson returned •from Prosser ...

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. — 10 November 1905

PAST WEEKIN RUSSIA WHOLE STRUCTURE OF AUTO CRATIC REGIME IS FALLING. Emperor Nicholas No Longer Resists Aspirations of Finlanders Realized at Last —Sad Story of Their Past — Text of Czar's Manifesto—Old Laws Wiped Out —New Government Now. St. Petersburg, Nov. 6. —The whole structure of tlie autocratic regime is falling, and Emperor Nicholas no longer resists. The memorable week which began with abdication of abso lutism before a political strike dem ontsration extending throughout the confines of the empire, and reducing the government to impotence, and the birth of a new and popular regime amid scenes of disorder, pillage and bloodshed, ends in a complete surren der to the aspirations of the Finland ers. The sad story of the Russification of Finland began under the regime of Emperor Nicholas' father, with the introduction of the Russian postal sys tem, and attracted the sympathy of the world. One by one the Finnish grand duchy was stripped of ancient privi leges by the Russian admi...

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. — 10 November 1905

RESULT OF MOB RULE IN CITY Of ODESSA ALONE 3500 PERSONS WERE KILLED. Over 12,000 Wounded —Dead and Wounded Lay in the Streets for Hours —Were Thrown Into a Hole Without Coffins or Regard of Sex— Jews Butchered Pit..essly. Odessa, Nov. 7. —The latest estimate of casualties in Odessa proper, which are founded upon statements made by police authorities, are that 3500 per sons were killed and 12,000 were wounded. In the suburbs of Moldovanka 1000 dead and wounded lay in the streets from midnight until noon Sunday, when the authorities dug large pits in graveyards and buried them without coffins or regard to age or sex, simply throwing them into a hole and shovel ing dirt Upon them in order to conceal the number of dead. In Brokhorova and neighborhood, in streets in the Jewish quarters, men, women and ua to piotect them from the mobs. The latest accounts of the devasta tion in the Jewish quarter added hor ror to the situation. Besides numerous mills, all the bakery shops and nearly ouo h...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 November 1905

rfUlixn rumn nrjuyuvui rurrmrLruxn njUTJinrum nxuT-ruuij-Ln ruu-uuTJiJ, rux j Watson Bros. & Co. d Will pav the | HIGHEST MARKET PIUCES FOR j All Kinds of Grain 1 FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEE US 5 Before selling their wheat. 5 ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEEI> WHEAT 2 FOR SALE. 1 Office In The "1 | New Warehouse .... I V.CIIIICWICK LnnnJUvrLru uuirurnxuTr urnjurru-ixu urnxLarurru uvi KENNEWICK MARKET Wm. Dircksen, Prop. FRESH MEATS OF ALL (HURCMSUPPEIfc c o, r v ror bale by $ ;SLBP W. A. HAWES Mpkws wifri Purchases of cH^Wowij Golden Rule Real Estate Office j !If you want a good desert claim near Kennewick, c Kiona or Benton, under the proposed government ? ditch it will pay you to see me at my office. I also g have a large list of choice Garden Tracts and valley 2 I lands at prices that are right. Also tome good bar- !; gains in wheat lands, improved or unimproved, in the famous Horse Heaven. » I H. C. MITCHAM, - Kennewick. Washington ! 1.8 BOilJUi II -t.-i. 1,11 nun |n 11 hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 November 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 30 Prefer Dry Laud Farming It is surprising, in view of the »ure-thing opportunities afforded by intensive farming, that so many bomeseekers who come west prefer dry-land farms. It is not because they are unused to diversified farm ing, for most of them have always rotated their crops and dealt in live stock, poultry and the products of the dairy. And yet nine out of ten will examine an irrigated section, get prices and turn to the dry lauds for investmeut. It is the western men who are demonstrating the possibilities of small irrigated tracts as sure money makers. It is the western men who are making more than a living easily, and without worry on the small five to fifty acre tracts. Several reasons may le assigned for hesitancy on the part of eastern people to try something new, among which are a lack of knowledge concerning the possi bilities of intensive farming, the comparatively high price per acre isked for small tracts, and the fact that 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. — 17 November 1905

LIFE'S SILENT WATCHES. Out of life's silent watches, . Out of the gloom of night. Souls that foresee the conflict Send forth their words of might, Heroes of art and science. Wrestle alor;e for years. Bringing at !as» some trophy Worthy He whol# world's cheers. Poets with brooding pgtienre. Toiling with courage ftrong, Out of some lonely vigil. Weave an immortal song. Not through the whirl of pleasure. Not from the din of strife. But out of the silent watches Come the great deeds of life —Success Magazine. | MISSING | IT la said that in New York an average of one person a day dis appears. lam one of these persons. I mysteriously disappeared five years ago and have never since been heard from, yet I have visited the place from which I vanished; I have walked past the house; I have looked in at the window. A policeman who might tare reaped a large reward had he known me was Idly patrolling his beat. I fled to escape from a man I was about to marry. Chester Burnham was a refined gentlem...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 November 1905

RHEUMATISM BODY RACKED WITH PAIN No other bodily suffering is equal to that produced by the pain of Rheu matism. \\ hen the poisons and acids, which cause this disease, become in trenched in the blood there is hardly any part of the body that is not af fected. Ihe muscles become sore and drawn, the nerves twitch and sting, the joints inflame and swell, the bones ache, every movement is one ol agony, and the entire bo'ly is racked with pain. Rheumatism is brought on by indigestion, stomach troubles, torpid Liver, weak Kidneys and a general inactive state of the system. The refuse matter instead of passing off through nature s avenues is left to sour and form uric acid, and other acrid poisons which are absorbed into the blood. Rheumatism does not affect all alike. In some cases it takes a wandering form; it may be in the &Sm B °aL h mld'no" arms or legs one day and in the work with any satisfaction. My lees nVintilders feet hands back or othpr were badly swollen and drawn so X Bn...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 November 1905

COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT BLAST=THE CLEAN STOVE DUST PROOF SMOKE PROOF 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 [ jS stove ever placed on the market. Our method gone through the process many times of spreading. J^ n f°the hou^e'^S^defe^d'u^r™^ 0 ' A° f rem ° ving 331163 Sh ° Wa by CUt Na *' is per * a newspaper or cloth under your stove every time other So%^s° cloud of and soot-lad"- ! A\ fectly clean and overcomes the many objections the over-filled pan is removed. ened smoke into the house and scatter soot and ' ■- * JI r *° P an used in other stoves. The elbow The ash pan is not only dirty, but is a great evil | ashes over the carpet when opened. /■ 'IT if^ ». ' } V"v draft casting with its upward slant allows the in stove construction. It adds a door and joints Another point: In feeding coal into aside feed I ! empty coalhod to be set under the draft so that which can be made only tempo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 November 1905

the local field SATURDAY'S D*ll» The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church will give a Merchants' Carnival on the evening of December Ist, in Dirck sen's Hali. Part of the proceeds will be given to the cemetery fund. The safe for the Tacoma yard at Hover has arrived. The ladies of the Congregational Aid Society will hold a Christinas Market December 9. Wait and eee what they will have for sale. A part of the pro ceeds will be given to the cemetery fund. Mrs. F. O Gibbons left yesterday morning for Sunnyside to attend the Christian Endeavor convention of Yak ima and Beiitou counties. Mrs. J. Calia is recovering from her recent illness. She was threatened with pneumonia. Mrs. Fay Dean has been teaching Mias Staser's room at school for a few days while the latter is at Riizville. The Columbia Commission Co. re port the sale of three cars of produce this week. /The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will give a handkerchief social in the near future the proceeds of which will be donated to the cem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 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. The powers are agreed concerning a naval demonstration against Turkey. Horace Lewis Smith, known as Hor ace Lewis on the stage, died recently. James O'Connell, president of the In ternational Machinists' union, has been reelected. American and Japanese ministers have signed an agreement for a copy right convention. Word has been received at the war department that Secretary Taft and party are on their way home. Secretary Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr., of Yale university says the total num ber of students in all departments is 3572. General Daniloff and suite were re ceived by the emperor of Japan the first Russians to visit the court since the war. President Roosevelt has placed him self on record strongly in favor of the preservation intact of the wonders of Niagara falls. Senor Don ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 November 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASMN&TON, 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. IDAHO NEWS. There are 20,000 bushels of wheat in the Juliaetta warehouses and no cars for shipment. The car shortage has worked a hardship on the grain buyers this year. The supreme court has granted a new trial to David W. Burke, sen tenced from Nez Perce county on con viction of having robbed and burned the granary of L. M. Englehorn, near Mohler, in 1904. Demanding an advance of four cents per hour, the night switchmen on the O. R. & N. at Wallace recently went out on strike. They claim they are only paid the same wages as brake men, and that they are entitled to more. Shipping at Troy is practically tied up on account of the shortage of cars. A 90 day order from a Kansas City firm for 15 cars of lumber has been canceled because cars could not be obtained to...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 November 1905

rnruxnnjTjTJinnjTJxruxrmjxnjmnjxminjxiTnji/UTnnjUTnJUinriruTJTrLnxL.' rur^ ; J Watson Bros, & Co. Will pay the | HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR j All Kinds of Grain | FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEti DS 5 Before selling their wheat. t ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEED WHEAT P FOR SALE. 1Z7VL11L.... Kennevvick mxLnjT/u'in-r LTKirxrvn-nxu uxrTiinjirurririJxruTruTXL.' injTJTriJTJ"U"Lririj KENNEWICK MARKET Wm. Dircksen, Prop. FRESH MEATS OF AIX POULTRY, EGGS AND FRESH F kiday <V KRY TO ALL —" —= (HURCM SUPPERS T7 ct t» , ~ -ano 1- or bale by imported JAPANESE W. A. HA WES Mpkws WlfH PURCHASES OF: cp&ee. Eptnurnjinruirij mru-un-ruT-ru uTxurn_n_riru 7:2 uirLfurnnrLr urruxruxn_rLr nnrurp 3 The First Merchant in the New Kennewick and still in the Rinjj. 5 3 p i A. H. Johnson 1 | s I GROCERIES, Dry Goods j Clothing Hats, Boots, Shoes. | 1 Flour&Feed j j - j E"Ui/ AJUiTUXTLrm ruiruiruruTJT. rLriruiruTjrri LruTJiTLnxiiTJ iruin TLnxLTU xiruu ur_r^ ®ecvoooo»ec=.js n-Tjy-r-r-^T—r*-r>rr-Tr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 November 1905

VOL. IV. NO. .°>l North Bank Construction. The laborers and material for use on construction of the new roadbed are being placed at differ ent points by the contractors. Only a small portion of the road bed can be made with tennis and scrapers, for the reason that it is necessary to keep as far from the river's edge as possible on account of some previous records that the high water has made. In the Horse Heaven country, west of Hunt's Junction, will be one of the longest stretches of grad ing to be done with teams, and even there the engineers have put the line back on high ground that in places is rocky, because of the record made by the Columbia in overflowing its banks in 1894. While the north bank road is not considered a hard piece of con struction, it has been determined that by far the largest portion of it is through rocky lands and bluffs that will necessitate picks, shovels and dynamite. Test Bip Pumping: Plant. The practibility of lifting ihe waters of Snake river to ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 November 1905

Editorials OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS Not Worth the Money. reading of the manner In which the A Equitable Life Assurance Society was conduct ed the people are hardly surprised at the dis closures of rottenness in the other big com ££§sss: panies. The facts of mismanagement, misap- SScdJS? yropriation and downright graft which have already gleaned through the testimony of the officers of these big companies show that the only rem edy lies in national supervision. With the government exercising the same control over insurance companies that it does over banks, policy-hold ers would be given the fullest protection and, it is fair to assume that, with the graft cut out, there could be a very appreciable reduction in the cost of insurance. The testimony given by John A. McCall, the $100,000,- a-year president of the New York Life* at the New York inquiry, would indicate that he isn't worth the money. Either that or he is deliberately throwing away the money that right...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 November 1905

Is Your Hair Sick? That's too bad! We had no ticed it was looking pretty thin and faded of late, but naturally did not like to speak of It. By the way, Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower, a perfect hair re storer. It keeps the scalp clean and healthy. " I am well acquainted with Ayer's Hair Vigor and I like It very much. I would espe cially recommend it as an excellent dressing far the hair, keeping it soft and smooth, and preventing the hair from splitting at the ends." — MINKIK Fritz, Veeaum, Mich. A Mad* by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. yi Also manufacturers of /I _ _ _ ' SARSAPAHLLA. ciiiers jfOf O. B. Williams rj|| Sash jgljß] and Door ■ Bargains Cross Panel Doors, the world's best Doors for oil finish, i 3-8 thick ——— — — per door $1.30 Cross Panel Doors for painting, 1 1-8 thick — — — —per d»or 1.00 Cross Panel Doors for painting, 1 3-8 thick — — — —per door 1.10 BARGAIN PRICES ON WINDOWS. 24x28, 1 3-8 —2 light—per windowsi.22 24x30, 1 3-8 —2 light per window 1.30 28x...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 November 1905

Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Bix Months - .75 Three Months .... .50 Irrigation-Grown Apples. Wonderful stories have been written, tokl and published con cerning the product from the land when properly watered. Of course it is understood that this land is al ways located in such portion of tie as have but little rain fall, say ten inches in a whole year. Such land wholly free from the ill effects of too mnch water-containing eyery element which tends to produce large crops, if only water is a{ - plied-is the land under considera tion. The stories told of the qual- i ity and quantity of fruit produced in a dozen different localities cf of Washington where irrigation is put to a practical test have been so optimistic that but few people una quainted with the facts have been willing to believe them. We are led to these remarks by reason of the shipment of apples from the Washington Irrigation Co. whose headqu...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 November 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD •*TU*D»V« DAILV It. C. Monsey is bookkeeping at the Cascade lumber yard. Several stretches of new sidewalk are being laid about town. Editor L. W. Soth left last night for a short business stay in Spokane. G. R. Drury left yesterday for Spo kane. lie will drive the distance. It never fails to make light, whole some lood.-Cleveland's Baking Powder Arrangements are being made to hold a Farmers' Institute at Prosser the latter part of December. The west-bound trains were several hours late yesterday on account of a freight wreck at Noxon, Mont., 128 miles east of Spokane. Leo Leovenstein left last night for Kennewick where he will investigate a business opening with a view to lo cating in that growing city.—Ellens burg Localizer. W. M. Walker and family, of St. Paul, Minn., arrived last night to make Kennewick their home. Mr. Walker is in hopes that this climate will prove beneficial to his health. About fifty of tie railroad laborers who have been stationed here for th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 November 1905

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL FARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres Curing the Past Week -- National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Chaffee's report to the secretary of war says the army is under-officered. Fred Secord, a wealthy merchant of Kankakee, 111., mysteriously lost $5000 in drafts, two tickets to New York and $95 in cash at a Chicago hotel recently. Gloom is over the congregation in Shiloh tabernacle, Zion City, since a message was read last week from the first apostle, dated at Victoria, Mex ico, in which he admits he is far from well and fears another and fatal stroke of paralysis. Torpedo boat "S 126" collided near Buelk, Kiel bay, with the small cruiser Undine. The torpedo boat sank and one officer and 32 seamen are miss ing. The coroner at Dayton, Ohio, ren dered a verdict of guilty in the case of Dr. Oliver Crook Haugh, in jail there charged with the murder of his father, Jacob Haugh; his mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 November 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON. MONTANA, IDADO AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Pi aC e—Fall Trade Is Good. IDAHO NEWS. A new railroad into California from Boise City, Idaho, with lines tapping the rich mining, lumber and grain belts of Washington and Oregon, and terminating in Sausalito with ferry service to San Francisco, was what was promised the Sausalito (Calif.) town trustees at their last regular meeting. Idaho state selection No. 6, com prising about 40,000 acres of land in Twin Falls country, now being irri gated by private enterprise, has been approved by the interior department. L. Faller, an old man living four miles from Juliaetta, was accidentally killed recently, while in the act of cleaning his shotgun. He had been using the gun in the afternoon and evidently thought it was empty. Many of the large farm operators in the vicinity of Moscow, report the comple...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 November 1905

n ruwn naon njuinxtrum nji.ru ltltutji ruarLrLn-rLTLn mixu ltutxu-1 nnru uuu. ruxg 5 Watson Bros. &: Co. | 2 5 Will pav the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR jj All Kinds of Grain J FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEE US § Before selling their wheat. ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEED WHEAT 5 FOR SALE. § «j hTwILIoL .. Kennewick I uuxrLTLTLrtJxriTUTJTJTjT-rLru murjrriJTJTn-rij inj-fi nHMMKMIRH^iHIMIMKIIttSSE ' WW: : ' mm 8 1 S if X 1 i i i SWe have a car of Apples oh hand which we 1 > havo bought at a bargain and we will give 1 y©u the benefit. 8 Lay in your supply for winter while you v can get these cheap. Come at once, they 1 are going fast. Different varieties, g I I R. H. Anderson m sriillT Jir'ii? (. -isi'iiiil 'v' "'Mi" l:lihrliH(tiii( • S Golden Rule Real Estate Office If you want a good desert claim near Kennewiek, Kiona or Benton, under the proposed government ditch it will pay yon to see me at my office. I also have a large list «>! - hoice Garden Tracts and valley lands at price...

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