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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 October 1903

ran m sunn CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week —National, Historical Political and Personal Events Tersely Tol'd. The Echo de Paris announces that the king of Spain will visit Paris next May. in sympathy with fellow workmen in New York ItiOO United Garment Work ers employed by tue International Tai loring company in Chicago are on strike. Half the strikers are women. Special officers Clark and Snipes of Ogden, Utah, were shot by an un known man recently. The officers were in the railroad yards patrolling when a man rode towards them on a bicycle. Before the officers could say a word the man began to shoot, wounding Clark in the right hand and indicting a mortal wound in snipes abdomen. The man who did the shooting then rode away. The appointment of Sir Henry Mor timer Durand, the British ambassador at Madrid, as ambassador to the United States to succeed the late Sir Michael Herbert. » A ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 October 1903

HIE CONFESSES 111111 l BEFORE AUDIENCE OF 10,000 HE acknowledges t rue birth. la son of British Army Officer—Nam# j It Not Dowie—He Heaped Abuse «n the Elder Dowie—Gives the News papers a Roast—Tells of Letter.— Sways Audience to Tears. NeW York, Oct. 27.—in a broken voice, with tears streaming down his face, and his body shaking with omo tion» John Alexander Dowie stood on the platform in Madison Square Gar den before an audience of lU.UOO per bous, aud announced that, in truth, be was not tne son of John Murray Dowie of Essex, lowa, from whom he takes his patronymic, but of a British army officer of high family, by a -Scotch marriage." He heaped villifi cation aud denunciation upon John Murray Dowie, who, he declared, had made his mother believe her marriage to Dowie's father was shameful, and the army officer, having been taken away by his relatives, his mother, in the first fiush of her shame, had sought to give her son a name by mar rying John Murray Dowie. The revelation was m...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 October 1903

KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO, r *rrjin/uuiriAJ\fii\nruuiruxrinAnjiniinnj , irinJxruvvfLrnnn ? THE KENNEWICK HARDWARE CQ. carries a large stock 5 2 of every description. 5 ! J We can sell you anything from a Knitting Needle to a § Steam Engine. § If you want to furnish a house, call and get estimates. Our jj Furniture Department is complete. £j Plumbing and Tinning done by a competent man. p s ' fe 2 Don't neglect to see Us, We can save You money. Don't 5 £ forget the place. The 5 g KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. 5 § jj iJuunrwuvwv ann/uviAA nrirmrvjirvn/uvu\nmuvuvriri nn.ru\n/vruxn nnririn/irvi uvro ~"KENNEWICK HARDWARE CQ 9be Columbia 6onrict C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday at Ktnne wiek, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year, in Advance • • $1.50 Six Months ♦ .75 Three Months .... .50 Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application Tub Columbia Courier Is entered as second class matter at the postoftioe in Kknnewick, Wash. Youth's Companion in 1904. As the years increase The Yout...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 October 1903

I kennewickles Ladies' wrappers and dressing M cques at Johnson & Fullertou. D. W. Owen lias about finished his barn. Rufus Fullerton went to Spo kane yesterday evening to consult an oculist. Our shoes must go. Come and sse us. —Johnson & Fullertou. A coniplets line of Warren paints Chinamel varnish at the Columbia pharmacy. Chinamcl varnish in colors— ttains and varnishes in one appli cation.—Columbia Pharmacy. Ed Moyer a friend of Landlord Flower is here from Oklahoma, and has decided to locate here. J. R. Anion returned from Seat tie yesterday morning where he ipent a few days with bis family. R. T. Jones was over from El lensburg this week looking after property matters. S. Miller of Prosser accompanied several land buyers to Kennewick yesterday. Mrs. Tlios. Pallister and Miss Edna Pallister went to Walla Wal la the other day on a visit. Mr. W. M. Rose and sons are* clearing forty acres in section 17 for 0. B. Hauscora of Tacoma. Dr. Pallister recently purchased ten acre...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 October 1903

TEMPTATION OF BERNARD STRONG. THE electric light went out with the click of the switch, plung ing the room In total darkness, except where here and there a faint glimmer came through the window from the lamps In the street below, and the tinder-cashier of Brown & Brown's sank Into his superior's easy chair with a sigh of unutterable re lief. As usual, all his fellow clerks hnd gone hours ago, leaving him In soli tary grandeur to contluue working out rows of apparently Interminable figures. At last, however, his task was finished, and he sought to rest his aching eyes by gazing blankly Into darkness. Bernard Strong was overworked and underpaid, which will, perhaps, account for the thoughts that crowd ed through his tired brain. As he sat there in the darkness the full hopelessness of his position was borne home to his overworked mind. h What was the use of working like a slave till 12 o'clock, as he had done to-night? What did he gain by It? Money? No; he had asked for an In crea...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 October 1903

Home-Made Grain Kleve. Where there is only a small quantity { -rain to clean on a farm, a fanning mill seems to be in the nature of a luxury. Then there are ofteu t,mes W hen but a small lot of grain Is to bo cleaned for some special purpose. In either case the hand-made arrange ment shown in the illustration will be found exceedingly useful. A box of convenient size is secured and handles fastened to either side for ease in han dling. Inside this box strips are placed upon which the frame® are to be run, as shown in the sinall cut on the right aide of the engraving. Frames of proper size and weight are covered with wire netting with meshes of various size. The upper HOME-MADE CHAIN SIEVE. mesh should be quite coarse' and fas tened into the box about three Inches from the top. This is not to be taken out, but the frames below are to be made so they will slide in and out readily. It Is a good plan to have more frames than slots, so that one may readily sift any grain one has. This li...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 October 1903

Scrofula It is commonly inherited. Few are entirely free from it. Pale, weak, puny children are afflicted with it in nine cases out of ten, and many adults suffer from it. Common indications are bunches in the neck, abscesses, cutaneous erup tions, inflamed eyelids, sore ears, rickets, catarrh, wasting, and general dobility. Hood's Sarsaparllla and Pitts Eradicate it, positively and absolute ly, This statement is based on the thousands of permanent cures these medicines have wrought. " My daughter had scrofula, with eleven sores on her nock and about her ears. Hood's Sarsaparllla was Highly recommended and ' she took it and was cured. She Is now In good health." Mas. J. H. Joins, Parker City, Ind. 9 Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to our* and keeps the promise. Engineer Gillespie's Report. Washington.—The annual report of General George L. Gillespie, chief of engineers, for the past year is made public. General Gillespie submits a total estimate of $10,36b, 100 for the fortifi cations ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 November 1903

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 11. NO. 39. "Gold Top" Bottled Beer Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. Olympia Bottled Beer, Best in the market. " The Merchan " HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. Kennewick. H. E. BEACH, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock —Lowest prices. Front street, jfc^KENNEWICK. WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget TO CALL AT THE STORE OF Johnson AND Fullerton We have everything in the line of Generals- Merchandise Fresh goods—Ne\v stock. Prices to suit everyone. KENNEWICK KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1903. IPIHHIHD SENSATIONAL CHARGES ARE I MADE BY RECEIVER SMITH. jChas. M .Schwab Gets a Roast—Com pany Said to Be a Swindle—Bethle | hem Company a Heavy Loser | Stock Over Valued—Dividei. Withheld...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 November 1903

FIERCE FBI WITH US! FIVE HUNDRED MEN AFTER RED BKINS IN WYOMING. A Second Fight Took Place—Nine In dians Reported Killed Outright and Ten Captured—White* Escaped Without Loss—More Trouble Looked for—lndians Hunting Out of Season. Denver, Col., Nov. 3.—Five hundred men, including sheriffs' posses, aug mented by volunteers from the ranches adjacent, are scouring the country the country in the vicinity of Lightning creek, in eastern Wyoming, in search of the band of Indians which Saturday afternoon fought a battle with Sheriff Miller's posse, killing the sheriff and one deputy named Fossenburg. A second battle is reported to have taken place this morning near the Horse Shoe ranch. The fugitives were traced by a posse, and with their re enforcements made a determined stand. Nine Indians are reported kill ed outright and 10 captured. The white men escaped without loss or Injury. The news of the battle has spread to the reservation and to other hunting parties, and a general uprising of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 November 1903

MIRES AND MIKIMG NOTES large amount of assessment WORK BEING DONE. items of Interest Gathered During the past Week—B. C. Mines Busy- Big Sales in Coeur d'Alene District- Accidents and Personals—Getting Beady for Winter. Following is the approximate dis tribution by producing states and ter ritories of the product of gold and sil ▼er in the United States for the cal endar year 1902, as estimated by the director of the mint: State — Gold value. Silver. Alaska $ 8,345,800 |11,181,95f Arizona 4,112,300 2,934,513 California 16,792,100 1,164,671 Colorado 28,468,700 20,267,960 Waho 1,457,000 7,569,842 Montana 4,347,600 17,123,297 NeTft da 2,895,300 4,843,572 Ore gon 1,816,700 120,630 South Dakota.. 6,965,400 439,855 utah 3,594,500 14,004,622 Virginia 3,100 7,628 Washington .• • 272,200 800,323 Wyoming .. »,• 38,800 6,484 Totals $80,000,000 $71,757,575 • The number of fine ounces of gold is given as 3,870,000, and of silver as 65,500,000. This Is an increase of 64,- 500 ounces of gold as co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 November 1903

KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. jjjvauxnjirinnjvinnnnfinmuirimtrinnjuuajiruutnnmuijvmnnnjinnjin/uirinnriran^ g THE KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. carries a large stock | 2 of every description. | 5 We can sell you anything from a Knitting Needle to a 2 a Steam Engine. a 5 If you want to furnish a house, call and get estimates. Our | 5 Furniture Department is complete. 5 5 Plumbing and Tinning done by a competent man. 5 5 Don't neglect to see Us, We can save You money. Don't jj q forget the place, The q cj KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. g Einj n/mjuumrinnnnjumjiruirtnjuumjmrLnnnjutTmjuijwjuuuinjuin/ijijmnrmiJu^ KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO.""" ihc (Solnmfcia tionrnt C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday at Keune wick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, iu Advance - - $1.50 Six Months .... ,75 Three Months .50 Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application The Columbia Courier Is entered as second class matter at the postottice in Kennewick, Wash. Stanley Coftin has been here the past week, spending a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 November 1903

KENNEWICKLES jl A. Bier went to Kit/.ille Sat „rf»y returning Monday. Oscar Olsen went to Walla Walla Sunday returning Tuesday. Banker Anion has hit upon a plan to feather his nest—hunting geese c. A. Lundy went to Spokane on business Tuesday and remained the greater part of the week. For a neat clean shave and hair cut, B° t0 t,le Hotel Hoover bar " kr shop.—B- F. Nyk, proprietor. Ferdinand Laing will soon com mence to improve his Villa tracts east of town. A complete line of Warren paints Ciinamel varnish at the Columbia pharmacy. ' Amos Johnson is building an ornamental fence around his resi dence in the Kenuewick Gardens. Tom Geiientauner went to Pasco Monday to remain with Gerry's Pasco store for some time. Chinamel varnish in colors— stains and varnishes in one appli cation—Columbia Pharmacy. 'County Superintendent Dickey ' visited the public schools Wednes uesday. All boys under 15 years will lie given a hair cut for 15 cents. —B. > F. Nye. C. Conway and Walter Rand were i...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 November 1903

THE NEW MINISTER. WHAT do you thir.k. Aunt Vio let? The new minister is com ing to-night!" Miriam Blake and her cousin, Effle Towers, burst into the quiet old-fash ioned sitting-room like twin gales of wind so fresh and sudden and inspirit ing were they. It was a very cheerful apartment with the crimson carpet flooded with October sunshine, the canary singing from his cage among the geraniums in the window-seat, and a bright wood flre crackling from the most burnish ed of brass andiorns on the hearth— for Aunt Violet loved au open lire, and adhered to it through all the mod ern Innovations. She waa a woman past thirty, yet very pretty withal—a woman whoso type of face and form would always remain youthful. Brown hair, with rippling lights of gold upon its sur face; blue-gray eyes, large and shaded with long lashes; a complexion where the fresh white and red betokened perfect health and a smiling, cherry red, melting mouth, whose smiles be trayed a singularly regular set of teeth—Mis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 November 1903

Xervew jPrMtratioM The Ills of Women Act upon the Nerves like a Firebrand. The relation of woman's nerves and generative organs is very dose* consequently nine tenths of the nervous prostration, nervous despo'niieney, "the blues," sleeplessness, and nervous irritability of women arise from some derangement of the orgmiVm which makes her a woman. Herein we prove conclusively that Lydia E. I'inkham'i Vegetable Compound will quickly relieve all this trouble. Details of a Severe Case Cured in Eau Claire, Wis. "" i<dear Mkb. Pinkiiam: —I have been ailing from female trouble for the past five years. About a month ago I was taken with nervous prostra lion, accompanied at certain times before menstruation with fearful head aches. I read one of your books, and finding manv testimonials of the bene ficial effects of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, experi enced by lady sufferers, I commenced its use und am happy to state that after using a few bottles I feel like a new woman, aches a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 November 1903

H*me-Mnd* Fruit Ladder. The average fruit ladder, as found in most orchards, la not particularly de sirable mainly because It Is not de signed for this particular work. The broad top of the common ladder makes it almost Impossible to get it among the branches In a firm position. Where one has considerable fruit to gather, a special ladder constructed after the plan of the one in the illustration will be found not only useful, but will save considerable time in the fruit-gather ing season. A pole, preferably a green one from the woods, should be secured, having If of the desired length. The largest end should be split up about three feet and a brace inserted to keep the sides apart. The ends which stand on the ground should be sharpened or covered with sharpened pieces of iron, which any blacksmith can fashion and at tach. Bore holes one and one-half Inches In diameter in n Bide:. . £*»• apart as the rung* _re to be placed. The rungs ahou' . be formed of some tough wood so that they ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 November 1903

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. II- no- 40 - "Gold Top" Bottled Beer Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. Olympia Bottled Beer. Best in the market. " The Merchan " HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. Kennewick. H. E. BEACH, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock—Lowest prices. Front street, WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget TO CALL AT THE STORE OF Johnson AN D Fullerton VVe have everything in the line of Generals- Merchandise Fresh goods—New stock Prices to suit everyone. KENNEWICK KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, FIU DAY, NOVJSMHEB 13, 1903. MISS HAS HMD LARGE THRONGS GATHER AT THE CAPITAL FOR OPENING. Jerk McDowell Calls House to Order —Beautiful Floral Displays—Presi dent's Proclamation Read—Prayer by Chaplain—Speaker Cannon Form ally Elec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 November 1903

Will IMS GO GOV. TOOLE CALLED SPECIAL! BESSION OF LEGISLATURE. President Scallon of the Anaconda Company Ordered Mines to Work— Tuesday Gladdest Day Butte Has Known for Years—Twenty Thousand Men Return to Work. Helena, Mont., Nov. 11.—The gov ernor of Montana, Joseph K. Toole, has called a special session of the state leg islature to meet on December 1 at Hel ena. The purpose of the session is to pass laws that will relieve tho indus trial condition in Montana, where, by the shutdown of the Amalgamated com pany's properties, 15,000 men are di rectly thrown out of work, 15,000 more affected and the whole state suffering from the suspension of work. Butte, Mont., Nov. 11.—In accord ance with a statement made by Wil liam Scallon, president of the Ana conda Mining company and the repre-| sentative of the Amalgamated Copper company of Montana, to the Butte | miners' union that if Governor J. *%.. i Toole would summon the legislature in special session with a view of the enactment of a "f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 November 1903

jttHtfll Of NHII HAS BROKE AWAY FROM COLOM BIA'S CONTROL. unc l, Sam It Kept Busy Looking After Her Interests—Canal Treaty the Important Topic—Foreign Coun tries Uttle Shy on Recognizing, New Country- Washington. —Saturday's advices to stats department Indicated a reg development of the government of Mania The most Important an rnancement indicative of a speedy es mblishmt-Dt of full diplomatic rela ,i„ns Willi the new republic was the onnolntment of Buneau-Varllla as the eent of Panama In the United States. With him the United States govern ment will transact any necessary busl ■V ln an unofficial way pending the appointment of regular ministers plen- Is tho United States con ,1)1 general to Panama. The British government has for nallv requested the state department to look after the British subjects on tie Isthmus, and similar requests are expected, all of which will be promptly granted. There are reasons why it is desir able that a large foreign naval repre sentation in isthmian ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 November 1903

A Select Undenominational Christian School at Kennewick, Wash, oscccsso •31 ca be lil tj &ina uu e l coocooce Ovens .Inn. sth. 1804. UNIVERSITY TRAINED FACULTY. CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC & SPECIAL COURSES Qtocooao Academy Emanuel solicits your inquiry and full information will gladly and promptly be given when addressing the President or calling at the Academy. MRS. CAROLINE IvLITTEN, President She (sklnmlria Rentier C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday at Kenne wick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Months .... ,75 Three Afonths .50 Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application Thk Columbia Courier Fh entered as second class matter at the post office in Kicnnewick, Wash. The ship building trust would have floated nicely (if itj had more ships and less wateo. The report of the State Board of health covering conditions at North Yakima, is in the hands of the county ? auditor. They hold that typhoid fever exists there and scores some of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 November 1903

r *T j KENNEWICKLES I Wheat hay per ton; timothy hay $20 per ton. L. S. Krley. C. Conway is back from a trip to North Vakima. D. W. Owen went to Walla Walla Tuesday. R. Gerry was over from Pasco Saturday. U. S. Staufer is leveling his five acre tract in the Villa tracts and will set the whole tract to trees. C. A. Lundy is building a fence four miles long around his land in Horse Heaven. /There will be no services nor •Sunday School in the Congregation al chapel uutil Nov. 29th. , p r- Hewetson will build a resi * dence in town 011 his lots in the new Railroad Addition in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. J. R Clemens went to North Vakima Tuesday. They will remain for several days at the county seat. Kennewick is passing through a coalfamiue. Coal has been ex pected for over a week, but its arrival has been delayed. The Kennewick Land Company has four fine work horses from 1200 to 1400 pounds, well broke, * for sale at $50 to $75 each. Mrs. Caroline Klitten is back ! from a trip to Portland ...

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