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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 December 1905

VOL. IV. NO. 3*2 DISTRESSING ACCIDENT W. J- Shaughnessy Killed by North ern Pacific Train. W. J. Shaughnessy was killed Thursday night by a train. Such was the distressing news received here Friday afternoon by Marshall Glover over the long distance phone from Prosser. Sheriff A. G. McNeill thus sent word for the family of deceased to be notified. The scene of the ter rible accident lies about three miles east of Prosser, where the mutila ed remaids were found by section men when going over the line. The body was taken back to Prosser where a coroner's inquest was held yeiternay afternoon. How the ac cident occurred which caused thfe unfortunate man's death will prob * ably never be exactly known. During Thursday he was at Prosser talking on the streets wiih friends and acquaintances and had previously written his family that he would arrive home on Saturday stay. He was last seen about b eleven o'clock Thursday night at Prosser. Mr. Shaughnessy was the former . editor of the Courie...

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. — 1 December 1905

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FRORI ALL PARTS OF THE GLOOE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week —National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Chicago was visited Saturday by one of the heaviest windstorms of the year, the gale reaching the height of 52 miles an hour for several hours. Much damage was done to trees down town. Sir Arthur Nicholson, the British ambassador at Madrid, is to succeed Sir Charles Hardinge as ambassador of Great Britain to Russia. General B. J. Viljoen is negotiating for land near El Paso, Tex., on which to found another colony for the Boers, who recently abandoned their homes in Chihauhau, Mexico. Secretary Root has informed the Japanese government that he will hereafter conduct affairs relating to Korea through the Japanese legation at Washington. Mrs. Francis Burton Harrison, wife of the lawyer and congressman who was recently a candidate for lieuten ant governor of New York, was killed in ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 December 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, MONTANA, IDAOO 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. Secret Service Officer Steven A. Connell makes an estimate that Geu. Edward Adams, defaulting cashier of the United States assay office in Se attle, has made away with an amount in excess of $100,000. Harry Davis, private secretary to Representative Jones, has been in formed by Secretary Hitchcock that the department would take no action on Washington irrigation projects un til the matter could be taken up with the Washington congressman. A resolution to provide for a post graduate course of lectures upon all branches of medicine and surgery was recently adopted with unanimity at a special meeting of the Spokane County Medical society and the faculty of 29 physicians was appointed. W. J. Shaughnessy, formerly pub lisher of the Kennewick Courier, was K...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 December 1905

Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSC RIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Months .... .75 Three Months .... .50 12000 Per Acre Strawberries ? Medford, Ore., Nov. 25, Mr. H. C, Mitcham, Kennewick; Wash. Dear Sir: Looking through the Lewis & Clark Journal I noti ed your ad of your place. I notice that you state that strawbeiries yield $500 for first crop. The reason I am writing to you is be cause I am interested in that busi ness, I would like to receive a let ter from some up-to-date strawber ry grower on and about his exper ience with the growing, .packing, and selling: of the berries, also the different varieties grown. Also ex perience in everbearing varieties I may have some interesting things to write in return. I can show a case of beriy growing in this valley of $800.00 from two-fifths of an acxe in one year by an old man. Will you kindl}' hand this to some berry grower asking him to kindly read and if he thinks it worthy of answer t...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 December 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD •M«M »*TU«DAV« MltV "The Goblins will pit ye, if you don't watch out." Where? Diroksen's Hall, Sit. night T)dc. 9th. Supt. 0. L. Hanson left for Tacoma today on official business. He vrtll re turn the first of the week. Marcus Ware, the chicken fancier, left for a two-months' stay at Seattle today. His partner, Mr. DeSellem will remain to look after the business. Kev. J. H. Wood left today for North Yakima to be present at the dedication ■of the First Methodist Episcopal chur,h of which he was a former pastor. A reception to all the former pastors of the church will be held there tonight and the dedicatory services under the ■direction of Bishop Moore will occur to morrow morning. In the afternoon Dr M. L. Rader of the Pacific Advocate will speak and President Coleman of Willamette University in the evening. Servicee will be continued until the middle of the week conducted by form er pastors, Rev. Wood of this place speaking on Tuesday eveing. fnOM MONDAY'S OAILV Bea...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 December 1905

ON THE WAY. Never mind how dim the way— It is leading to the day; Weariest winter dreams of May Forever! Not in vain the songs we sing— ' Trusses cold to which we cling: Sweeter rest each cross shall bring Forever! —Atlanta Constitution. A DOCTOR'S DREAM. sq EVERAL. years ago 1 resided In a wild, mountainous and rather lonely region of Virginia. Ther» was a railroad but a few rods in front of my door and a station and consider able village about a mile to the west. The nearest station to the east was about ten miles distant. I moved to the place with my young wife late in the autumn, and about the first of the following March I was attacked with typhoid fever and was ill for about a month. But thanks to a naturally strong constitution, and the careful nursing of a loving and intelligent wife, 1 slowly recovered. As soon as I got strong enough to sit up and walk a little I told my wife she had better take the cars and go and visit her brother, who lived about fifty miles east of us. ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 December 1905

Ask Your Own Doctor If he tells you to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial M trouble, then take it. If he has I anything better, then take that. | But we know what he will say; 1 for doctors have used this | cough medioine over 60 years. B "I have nsed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for hard cold 9, bad roughs, and influenza. It has done me (treat pood, and I believe it is the best cough medicine in the world for all throat and lung troubles Eli C. Stuart, Albany, Oregon. A Made bv J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Also manufacturers of /4 _ . _ ' SARSAPARILLA. flyers ssw Keep the bowels open with one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime, Just one. More Pillage at Moscow. Moscow. —Crowds of striking work men, many of them armed with re volvers, continue to pillage factories and stores and the houses of the better class. In several quarters of the city numbers of persons have been wound ed by shots from the crowds. At tempts of the police to restore order are ineffective. The ca...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 December 1905

pxpx\njojaruxrmrLrmji/inJTrinjaruuxruTniTJxr\njajxrmnJTJTJUxriJU _ .JT^iTJTJTJxr.nJxp Watson Bros. & Co. ! c _ _ 5 Will pav the 5 HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR 5 3 5 \ All Kinds of Grain \ 5 FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEti US § 5 Before selling their wheat. 3 5 a ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEED WHEAT 2 = FOR SALE. ? J 3 1 rw1101.... Kennewick I I -Kri/mjTJiJTTLru" uTJinjx.'urirLf Lrunjiruirmj iruTJTJxrLriru uxTLTLTLTLruTf uxtlt wju uvrti KENNEWICK. MARKET |yw^® psss <tfs |,s lj Wm. Dircksen, Prop. FRESH MEATS OF ALL FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH FISH EVERY 1 Dry Goods i& Clothing 1 5 Beginning- Friday, Dec. Ist, and Sj 5 continuing until Saturday, Pec. 9th 2JJ We need money—we need room==and we don't want to carry over H5 an y anc * winter goods. That is why we are going to offer Z£ you some real bargains these nine days. I Nine days of Bargains! :• !■ r- __ m ■ milium ■! ..I | | IMIWi ■I | r»—■— ngm— 3 |fY,.., CLOTHSNQ DEPARTMENT % great saving in dollars on your Fall Suit during thi...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 December 1905

V T OL. IV. NO. 33 Public Utilities The city council of Chehali*, Washington, in granting a recent frauchise to a corporation there inserted a clause providiig that after ten years per cent, of the net earnings should be paid to the city and it is further provided that the books and records of the com pany shall at all times be open to the inspection of the city council, so that the earnings of the com pany may be exactly ascertainad. These latter provisions are in line with Rooseveltian ideas as to rail road regulation and are strongly recommended by the Interstate Commerce Commission as an aid to the solution of the railway problem. For a corporation hold ing a public franchise, receiving revenues from the public, to refute or oppose this right of inspection raises presumption that there is something requiring conceal ment. The stock may be watered, the salaries paid to relatives of the owners who perform no duties /f-\ay be exhorbitant. Publicity XauiiOt injure the just and equit...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 December 1905

NEWS OF IDE 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. Among the passengers who arrived on the steamer Princess Irene from Genoa was Archbishop Christie of Portland, Ore. Tlie democratic house caucus chose John Sharp Williams as nominee for speaker. Sir Clinton Edward Dawkins, part ner of J. P. Morgan, died recently in London after a short illness of heart disease. Mexico City.—Vice President Corral continues seriously ill of typhus fever. Honolulu. —The Russian cruiser Lena, which was interned at Mare Island, San Francisco bay, during the Russian-Japanese war, has sailed for Vladivostock. The town of Cokeville, Wyo., was wiped out by fire Saturday, with a property loss estimated at $115,000. Cokeville is a small town on the Ore gon Shortline, in western Wyoming, in Chicago to oppose government reg ulation of traffic rates. Former Jud...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 December 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, It is estimated there are now be tween 250,000 and 300,000 sheep and about 300,000 cattle owned by stock men living in Wallowa county. The body of Alex Kanseler, who was drowned with his brother Thanksgiv ing day in Lake Kahlotus, has been recovered. A large number of Indians at Fort Spokane have signed the agreement providing for the opening of the south half of the Colville Indian reserva tion after lands have been allotted in severalty and with the understand ing that the tribes shall receive $1, 500.000 for the already ceded north half of the reservation. Justice of the Peace Henry A. White of Rainier Beach, south of Seattle, was instantly killed by a street car near his home Saturday afternoon. He left one car and was standing on the opposite tr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 December 1905

Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - f 1.50 Biz Manthe .... .75 Three Months .50 New Masonic Lodge Organizing'. The Freemasons have about com pleted their arrangements for or ganiziaga lodge in Kennewick Last Friday J. C. Sercombe, Wor shipful Master, attorney C. O. An derson, Senior Warden, and Dr. Hewet&on, Junior Warden, return ed from North Yakima where they were examined, physically and mentally, as to their pro6ciency in the ancient mysteries of Frema sonry. The charter of the Kenue ivick lodge will be here from Seat- Ale is a few days. The grand in stallation will take place in a week or two. Prominent Masons from Seattle, Spokane and Portland wi 1 be in Kennewict to take part in the ceremonies. Champion Hen, A Plymouth Rock hen answering to the title "No. 617," at the Uni versity of Maine experiment station, at Orono, Me., claims to hold the record as a layer. She has duced 251 eggs inside of a year. Prof. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 December 1905

the local field BAIL* Mrs. Win. Dircksen has gone to Walla* Walla with her friend, Mrs. gloaue of Pasco, for a short stay. L. E. Johnson spent Thanksgiving at Sunnyside at the home of his parents, Hoj. and Mrs. Lee C. A. Johnson. Pendleton parties are figuring on putting up a fine new hotel. It will be equipped with all modern conveniences. Miss Pearl Bailey and Miss Edith Ebner of Rit/.ville, are visiting here, the guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. H. A. Bier. The Columbia Commission Co. have let the contract for their branch house at Richland and work will commence Monday. j, N. Scott spent Thanksgiving at his home at North Yakima. Newt 'lows it seems good to stick his feet under ma's table. The St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. report the sale of two cars of lumber to be delivered at Ainsworth to Siems & Shield*. The material is to be used in the construction of a temporay hospital for the men, at Wallula. The dance given by the orchestra Thursday night was the best attended...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 December 1905

Editorials OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS Drifting With the Ice. GREAT many people drift through life with- A>ut aim or purpose or effort. They float along rhe line of least resistance, avoiding all obsta les and shrinking from anything that looks jgss§4pjr| ;ike hard work. Their great desire is to get 'an easy Job." They do not concern tliem selves at all as to whether or not there is any prospect of advancement in it, whether it offers any oppor tunity for self-development or not, or whether it is a Btumbling-block instead of a stepping-stone to their future welfare. They have neither plan, nor program, nor ambi tion to guide them. They simply live for to-day, and, liter ally, "take no thought for the morrow." This happy-go-lucky policy can lead to but one thing— failure. Thousands who have adopted it have drifted, in old age, to begging in the streets, to dependence on grudg ing relatives, or to the almshouse. Many of these unfortu nates, if they had taken stoc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 December 1905

demands rejected railway employes at iarsaw JOIN TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE. Government Will Not Concede a Point __Thirty-Four Provinces in State of Insurrection —Situation Is Desperate —Police at Warsaw, Poland, Said to Be Powerless. Warsaw, Poland, Dec. 4.—The gov ernment has rejected all of the de mands of the railway employes, and the latter have joined with the tele graphers in their strike. Large crowds of strikers are pa trolling the various depots and are re fusing to let any of the "weak kneed" return to their posts. The police are powerless to prevent incendiary as semblages at which the speakers con tinue to urge an uprising in force. The soldiers having been withdrawn from patrol duty, the work is thrown upon the police, who are thoroughly inadequate. An army officer, who has just ar rived from Sebastopol, states that im mediately after the capture of the mutineers there, drumhead courtmar tials were held, at which Lieutenant Sohmidt, leader of the uprising, and all of the war...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 December 1905

rmutn-rLnxui rLnjiruuirLn rLruixLTu-Ln-ri rmjxrLruTjij-t ruxru ltltltu ; rtn jrruT-rLr - nn^ I j Watson Bros, &: Co. j 2 Will pav Ihe p | HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR 1 All Kinds of Grain 1 t FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO SEri US ; Before selling their wheat. £ g ROLLED BARLEY, TIMOTHY HAY, FEEI> WHEAT 5 | FOR SALE § Kennewick j i i I At the Boston j I Store I | ______I i You will always find a fall supply of • 5 B J ~ . DRY GOODS CLOTHING I 1 HATS GLOVES i | SHOES OVERSHOES 1 I RUBBERS - | g We have tried many brands of shoes and have found by i ? experience that the MAYER SHOES are tho best made 7 : r : and have decided to stand by them. We will guarantee p every pair. A full stock of the best | GROCERIES H always 011 hand at the lowest prices. We sell for cash and ® 1 don't ask you to pay for bad debts. j 1 R. H. Anderson j irraMMMi ; mam 1 • ■ ® ai:!! I Kennewick Transfer Co. j # Livery and Feed Stable | 5 Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. | S. x Prompt and Satisfactory Servi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 December 1905

T^wt VOL. IV. NO. 34 ALL ———————— (hurcx Suppers „ c( , ror bale by imported JAPANESE W. A. HAWES Mwcws WITH PURCHASES OF KENNEWICK MARKET | Valley Barn and Dray Line • | C. E. TRIPP & SONS, Proprietors | LIVERY — ;& GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES We do our own work and guarantee prompt ijj service and fair treatment. Phone 143. iUORS ESTIC THE KENNEWICK COURIER WE HAVE FOR SALE: The Richland Townsite con- THE RICHLAND TOWNSITE # . # land on the Columbia River. Amons Addition to Kennewick Anonh»w and most desirable property • - on the market today. We 1 he Kiggs-Columbia Grardens .1.0 h»v#.th.r an. tract.* OC J all parts of the ralley. -y • -J j -4 1 '~T" A Call and see us nt our new Laird s Orchard Iracts omce-we .« doing bu.me.. now. J ——————————— Kennewick-Richland Realty Company Kennewick:, Wash. KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1905 Soil Aa Well As Irrigation Minnesota, with its 13 bushels of wheat to the acre, is talking about irrigation. At least the St. Pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 December 1905

NEWS OF TIE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROH ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres Ouring the Past Week—National Historical, Political and Personal Events. Denver. —The eastbound California fljer on the Santa Fe collided head on with a freight at Cadoa. Dozens were injured, none fatally. The last treasury statement shows: Available cash balance, $137,344,560; gold coin and bullion, $57,027,921; gold certificates, $52,026,240. London.—Sir Richard Clayerhouse jebb, regius professor of Greek and member of parliament for Cambridge university, is dead, aged 64 years. Hoosick .Falls, N. Y.—The body of Mary Mabel Rogers, who was execut ed at Windsor, Vt., Friday, was placed in a vault at St. Mary's cemetery here, Omaha. —Information has been filed in the district court at Council Bluffs charging Pat Crowe, the alleged kid naper of Eddie Cudahy with highway robbery. Chicago. —Admiral George Dewey ar rived nere to attend the banquet of the Mer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 December 1905

MESSAGE SUMMARY PRES. ROOSEVELT'S ADDRESS TO CONGRESS TOOK THREE HOURS. Rate Regulation Demands First Atten tion—Present Laws Ineffective— More Money for Canal Work—Asks for Larger Navy—Revise Immigra tion Laws—Change Land Laws. Washington, D. C.—At 11:40 Tues day morning assistant secretary to the president, Barnes, and executive Clerk Young and a messenger left the White House bearing copies of the presi dent's message for reading in the house and senate and for distribution among the member. The reading of the message began at 12:23, eight minutes later than in the senate. It required three hours to read. President's Message. To the Senate and House of Rep resentatives —The people of this coun try continue to enjoy great prosperity. Undoubtedly there will be ebb and flow in such prosperity, and this ebb and flow will be felt more or less by all members of the community, both by the deserving and undeserving. Against the wram of the Lord the wis dom of man can not avail; in times ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 December 1905

H The Pioneer House Furnlsfiers! I jsP? Carload after carload of Furniture has gone out of our house to furnish the homes of city and country folks. In two years we have bought ami NINE CARLOAD* «Si of Furniture, a record no other local house can boast of. We invite y u „ lo our sto re—no trouble to »h«» you. d , . DESKS Beautiful qrESSKRS ROCKERS Dressin Tables Ash Sideboards'. |! ■ I COIjCH Kitchen Queens are made of UT6p) Gold-Oak from $20 down to $19. "S-® Ji Beauties in Reclining Settees and choice fir with lees bolted on—no (ifevj .. » m. 1 jj„ iAV /1 ' l // ii ?*** if Steel Sanitary Couches. Others in dowel pin to split. Bins have tin hot- KSfll Ash from $15 marked down to $11 g f?" ' - *,<» I 9. I fryNr/ v /l •eg-. n Velvet Plush anu Leather. Toms and will not shrink. and a host of others. | ~—*Ja y The Kennewick Hardware Company g The Home of COLE'S STOVES ® qjuijrnjxnruxnjiixixnjiJxruTJiruxrmjTJTJiJ^ruxrmJxruTnnJiJTJxruTJ^ 1 Watson Bros. & Co. 1 | Will pay the I | H...

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