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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 December 1905

THE LOCAL FitiLD r««M ■ ATUBDAVS DAILY F. E. Featherstone was at Moscow the first of the week to attend the wed ding of a friend. A. F. Ryan, of Ryan & Newton, commission merchants of Yakima, was in tow last night calling on the Columbia Commission Co. J. A. Raher of Creston, who has been visiting his friend F. L. NVatsoi and family, returned to his home the middle of the week. The Keunewick-Bichland Realty Co are now settled in their fine new quarters in the new office building next the Kennewick Hardwnre Co. W. H. Gallagher, general agent foi the Advance Thresher Co. from Spok ane, was in town visiting Mr. and Mr.- R. A. Kliuge the first of the week. C. W. Story reports the sale for the Kennewick Land Co of the Root tract toJ.F. and R F. Hamilton of Min den, Neb. and 20 acres in Section 15 in alfalfa to J. C. Dicus of Garfield. The new styles in furs are very at tractive-the prices moderate—at the popular ladies' store of Kennewick, Mrs. Heard's. C. A. Lundy has recently made ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 December 1905

BOBBIE'S CHRIBTMAS PRAYER. "Dod b'ess all the family dear: Dod b'ess mamma, papa, too; Dod b'ess 'lttle sister Fan — An' brine me a sled, nice an* new. •*Dod b'ess all the chil'ren poor, An' make all the sick folks well; An' dear Dod, p'ease don't forget To send a pony, big an' swell **Dod be gracious to your lamb^ An' keep sin out of my life; Dod b'ess all my 'lttle frlen's — An' p'ease don't forget a fife. "An* Dod b'ess ole Santa Claus, \ He Is such a sprendld man! An' tell him to not forget To bring a gun, too, if he can. "An' a box of marbles, too, An' a lot of picture books— An' a toolchest full of tools, Wif tacks, nails, screws, an' hooka. **An' dear Dod, some other lings To fill In corners wif, you know« Ginger cakes an' nuts an' flgs An* a lot of candy, too. "An" I wouldn't mind some skates, (I'll give my ole ones to some frlen') An' I reckon dls Is all— So dood-night, dear Dod, amen." —Detroit Free Press. Talbot's Christmas BY FRANCIS HART. JAMES," said Gerry Talbot sudde...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 December 1905

For Coughs find Colds (There is a remedy over sixty krears old —Ayer's Cherry pectoral. Of course you have peard of improbably have used It. Once in the family, it stays; jriie one household remedy for poughs and hard colds on the [chest. Askyour doctoraboutit. I. " 1 . h ?X e had pneumonia three times, and ;Ayer * Cherry Pectoral has brought me safely through each time. I have just recovered [from my last attack, aged .litr seven \o ?o"nt e wu reiße iV E V Stevens M M»do by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. WW Also manufacturers of At __ _ ' SARSAPARILLA. I /\X]P.T*\ p,us 1 W# O HAIR VIGOR. g irer's Pi Is increase the activity of le liver and thus aid recovery. Wim'ams IP!! Sash IBHI 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 '"8 thick — — — —per door i.*o Cross Panel Doors for painting, 1 3-8 thick — — — —per door 1.10 BARGAIN PRICES ON WINDOWS. 24x28, 1 3-8 —a light —per windowsi.22 24x30, 1 3-8 —2 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 December 1905

'WIHII'iiisKJSSiIirPS iiiWSf.!!" I At the Boston ] I Store. | 1 You will always find a full supply of | I DRY GOODS CLOTHING I | HATS GLOVES 1 I SHOES OVERSHOES 1 RUBBERS I We have tried many brands of shoes and have found by § m experience that the MAYER SHOES are the best made ® 8 and have decided to stand by theia. We will guarantee E 1 every pair. A full stock of the best gl ; GROCERIES I 3 =5E |f g always on hand at the lowest prices. We sell for cash and J 1 don't ask you to pay for bad debts. i S - - -- % R. H. Anderson J « 5 | Kennewick Transfer Co. | % Livery and Feed Stable | Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. <$ JEfc M j|j Prompt and Satisfactory Service. | $ In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. $ 0 0 B. G. FULLER JEWELER and OPTICIAN Kennewick, Wash. 20-year Open-face Case, $5.00 Gentleman's 18 size, 10k, Gold Filled Watch, stem wind and set, warranted by the manufacturers to wear 20 years; 17 jeweled Genuine American Waltham nickel movement; complete with en graved or...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 December 1905

Supplement to The Kennewick Courier, Friday, December 15, 1 ( ?05. KIONA. B. F. Hampsou, of Seattle, was in town Wednesday. A Commercial Club was organized last week. Mary Aldrich has enrolled in the Eighth grade and will take up ninth grade work in January, -he Literary Society has adjourned until Friday of Christmas week. A restaurant building will be put up at once by Mrs. Ferguson.^ W. W Young is leveling a piece of land near the school house. W. A. Kelso has been awarded a contract <>n the branch road in the Connell country. The Ladies' Aid gave their Christ mas Fair Friday afternoon and even ing. Everything passed off pleasantly The furnace has at last been putin the church basement and services will again be welcomed. Miss Amy Burke has commenced her school in the Rattlesnake country. Congregational Church. Sunday-school at 10 a. in. Endeavor Society at 0:.5() p. m. There will be no preaching as our congregation will at tend the union evangelistic services at the Presby...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 December 1905

\'OL. IV. NO. 35 TO Aut ————— —-— Oiurcm Suppers c f f ror bale by 5 Hawes&Schoch Mpkws ________ Wlfri PURCHASES OF * MARKET | Valley Barn and Dray Line ] |jj C. E. TRIPP & SONS, Proprietors | | f LIVEKY — 1j GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES | We do our own work and guarantee prompt \ service and fair treatment. Phone 143. The Richland Townsite con- THE RICHLAND TOWNSITE 6i9ts ; f3 R oo h °iTth of w around Richland, the best j . # # land on the Columbia River. Anions Addition to Kennewick mi and most desirable property -j 1 on the market today. We I he KlffgS-COlUmbia also hav.ath.r fine tracts in all parts of the yall«y. Y • I J r p Call and see ua at our new Laird S vJlCll3,lCl IraCtS office—we are doing business now. Kennevvick-Richland Realty Company Kennewick:, KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1905 To Start a Town. An instrument was filed at the courthou-e yesterday by the North Co st R>., through President Stra horu, that may mean much or little in the pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 December 1905

BY ELECTRIC POWER. HOW MANY FARMERS WILL OP ERATE THEIR FARMS. Agrlcultnriit May Rend Hla Newspaper in the Shade of the Old Apple Tree While Electricity Doe* Hia Work- Bailwaya Will Furnieta Awer. The general managers of the big in terurban lines radiating from St. Louis have determined to keep abreast of the times, and will supply power to farm erg for any purpose it pleases them to adapt it All the farmer has to do is to Install his motors and the trolley lines will do the rest. They will run the wires from their lines to his farm, making the terminus at some central point, say, the barn, for example, and give him all the current he desires at a tow meter rate. It means halcyon days for the farmers, and only those who have installed the electric power can fully appreciate what a saving of labor It means, and what an increased earn ing power it gives the farm. Already many farms in Ohio and Indiana use electricity obtained from a nearby trol ley line. On those farms where electric ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 December 1905

Help! Help! Tm Falling Thus cried the hair. And a kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. The hair was saved! In gratitude, it grew long and heavy, and with all the deep, rich color of early life. Sold in all parts of the world for sixty years. " About one year aco I lost nearly all of my hair following an attack of measles. I was advised by a filenii to use Ayer's Hair Vigor. I did so, ami as a result I nnw have h beautiful head of hair."— Mils. W. J. BboWN, lleuom onee Falls, Wis. A Hade by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. JU Also manufacturers of A\ ' SARSAPARILLA. p,lls 4L JkU VI O CHERRY PECTORAL. flllS Williams g Sa s h 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, t i-8 thick — — per door 1.00 Cross Panel Doors for painting, i 3-8 thick — per door i.xo BARGAIN PRICES ON WINDOWS. 24x28, 1 3-8 —2 light per windowfi.aa 24*30, 1 3-8 —2 light per window 1.30 28x30, 1 3-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 December 1905

1 The Pioneer House Furnishers! | 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 and sold NIXE CARLOAD.S fig? of Furniture, a record no other local house can boast of. We invite you to our store —no trouble to show you. Whir. DESKS Beautiful DRESSERS ROCKERS H Dargamb in I I 1,,! Dressing Tables W Fine Bargains in Gold-Oak and j: 8 ~~Z ~ Kitchen Queens Ash Sideboards. , | 1 COUCHhS our Queens are made of Gold-Oak from $20 down to $19. >|| -l| Beauties in Reclining Settees and choice fir with lears bolted on—no (IS Ash from $15 marked down to $11 XZ B Steel Sanitary Couches. Others in dowel piu to split. Bins have tin hot- J « and a host of others kB e"""" H Velvet Plush ami Leather. Toms and will not shrink. tgl § The Kennewick Hardware Company I fflej)) The Home of COLE'S STOVES 19 UJU uu i/uuLTLruu LTUU injvrifLriru-n/i^ j Watson Bros. & Co. j 1 Will pav the ? | HIGHEST MARKET PRICES F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 December 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD « OAILY Wreun Greenough expect two of ears of their best draft horses in to morrow. They say they will be th finest taorsese that ever came to Ken newick. The Ladies of the Congregational church wish to extend their thanks to all friends who so kindly assisted at the Christmas Market last Saturday. We wish especially to thank those who rendered the music which was so much appreciated by all. Committee Ladies Aid Society. E. L. Newell, the rijht-of-way man, is making rapid progress in securing the right-of-way which has been bo long delayed. He has closed con ti acts of agreements with E. D. Taylor, C O Anderson, D. W. Owen, J. H. Gravens lund, W. T. Scott of Kiona, with the owners of the Chicago tracts, at this end and with C. E. Griffith, John Wsckham and likely still others in the eentral part of the valley, while prac tically all has been eecered in the low er valley adjacent to Hover and on down to the Wallula Ferry. Haneon & Rich have moved into their new of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 December 1905

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEQRAPH 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. Judge Brazee of Milwaukee has de cided that Charles F. Ptister was not guilty of larceny as bailee as charged in the indictment returned on August 4 by the grand jury. The Sait Lake Herald says tnat the Gould lines running into Salt Lake City, which comprise the Rio Grande Western and the Western Pacific, which is now under construction, will build shops there costing $2,000,000. The appellate division of the New York supreme court has handed down a decision holding that a man cannot be deprived of his vote even though someone else has already voted fraud ulently in his name. The federal grand jury at Topeka, Kan., which has been investigating the land frauds in Kansas, has returned an indictment against State Senator F. Dumont Smith on the charge of in fluencing a federal officer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 December 1905

northwest statls 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 NOTEB. The state board of control has is sued its formal order finding the charges against Warden A. F. Kees of the state penitentiary not sustained. In a fog so thick that the signal lights were unseen and neither motor man saw the other car approaching until almost within a car's length, two cars collided recently on the south Ta coma line. H. F. Breuning was so seriously injured that he died after removal to his home. A plan is on foot to double the saw ing capacity of the big Palouse saw mill and enlarge the factories con nected therewith. The senate committee on assign ments announced Senator Ankeny as chairman of the irrigation and com merce committee, and Senator Piles to the territories, interoceanic canal, pen sions, civil service retrenchment, geo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 December 1905

I At the Boston. I I Store. 1 I - i | You will always find a full supply of f 1 DRY GOODS CLOTHING I I HATS GLOVES 1 f SHOES OVERSHOES 1 j RUBBERS I V/e have tried many brands of shoes and have found by j [ experience that the MAYEII SHOES are the best made If I and have decided to stand by them. We will guarauiec g 1 every pair. A full stock of the best § | always on hand at the lowest prices. We sell for cash and § I don't ask you to pay for bad debts. 3 | R. H. Atidersosi | | Kennewick Transfer Co. • f J Livery and Feed Stable J m # Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. f |' § In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. $ • $ JEWELER and (FHOAN Kennewick, Wash. PRICES RIGHT 20 year Cast? and 17 Jeweled American Waltham ■ Genuine Rogers' Knives and Forks, per dozen . 54.50 Movement $14.50 1 Silverine Cases 1.00 20 year Case and 7 Jeweled Elgin Movement 10.00 3 Silverine Cases, S. 1?. & 8., 7 Jeweled Am. Mov t 4.00 20 year Cases, 12, 1(» or 18 size 5.00 Wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 December 1905

Supplement to The Kennewick Courier, Friday, December 22, 1905. Woodmen Dance. The dance giyan by the boya of the Woodmen Lodge Friday night at Dirck sen'3 HaJ I was well attended. Quite a number of the members of ihe Pasco lodge lodge ware In attendance. Good music was furnished by the Kenne wick orchestra, composed of Prof. Geo Jauslin, cornet; Thos. Lamond, violin; E. C. Tripp, Piano; W. W. Walker, bass viol. All present had a delight ful time and the entertainuieut was a profitable one for the Woodmen. Shafer's Missionary Work. A little girl had been looking at some pictures of angels, and she turned to her mamma and asked: "Mamma, why are there no men?" "But there *re men in heaven." replied her mother '•Then why is it' asked the child '"that we never see any pictures of angels with whiskers or mustache?" "True, was the reply, "but there are men in heaven, only they get in by a "close shave." Advance in Prices. The prices on property in the new town of Granger, which has been m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 December 1905

VOL. IV. NO. 30> Honor Roll. The following named pupils are en titled to have their uanies on the hon or roll for th» school month just past. Hn list includes only those who have all grade* above 85 per cent and have not been absent: High School— Loyd Haxton, Jay Perry, Guy Story, John Smith, Btttie Dry, Fannie Smith, Audrey Morton. j/ghtk Gkadb —Leslie Swan, Jto/ Larkin, Edna Cresswell, Min lM Hunter, Effie Oliver, Josephine ficaka* [ Skvksth Gradb— George F. tichardson, Henry Stiegler, Ver ■oo Butler, Ray Kennedy, Rosella Hamilton, Margaret Hamilton, Robjr Slaugenhaupt, Myra Masi ktr, Ruth Willi ima, Olive Barn m. L Sixth Grads—Harold Oliver, Bitber Stiegler,,Mary Wood, Shir ley Holmes, Ha**l Reed. Fifth G*yf*— Clarence Son kraan. SaAw Armatrong, Wayne Iffham, Pearl Carpenter. r>u*TH Gradk—Wilmot Grav leDuhnd, Fern Kent. Gradb—Margaret Zwan- Ori« Bieahart, George Rich- I jrds, Orlin Fisher, Harry Simpson, l<3donia Gravenslund, Henry Hill. 1 Skcokd Gradb —Alice Steigler, E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 December 1905

IS POLITICAL STRIKE ST. PETERSBURG AUTHORITIES ARE BEWILDERED. Strikers Show Strength at Russian Capital—Must Win Fight Quickly or It Will Be Lost—Have Only Lim ited Funds and Weather Is Cold — Czar Is Heavily Guarded. St. Petersburg, Dec. 24. —It is diffi cult to judge whether the political strike can be ranked as a success or a failure. The authorities are dewoldered by the strength of the strikers and the strike has reached formidable proportions in St. Peters burg, where, even according to the' officials over a third of the workmen obeyed the of-der of the workmen's council. The strike leaders are confidently asserting that the others will be brought into line immediately. The government, however, has suc ceeded in keeping railroad traffic out of St. Petersburg moving with reason able regularity. The scanty dispatches received from the interior do not indicate whether the order to strike is meeting with a general response which will be neces sary to prevent it flashing in the pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 December 1905

pjbemen OF A cnpY. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN AN' alarm COMES IN. with Which the Several C«n»P* B ' e " °* re Re. f po«d —Method« of Noting Alarms ji peep Into the Department. p alarm of fire! How much this Hggests to the mind—the fright, the (jnfuslon, the destruction of property, dn possible loss of life —the puffing ff glneß and the shouting men! How blood tingles as after the clang or gje flre bell comes the sharp sound of (be engine gong, its iron voice crying I Jargon of warning! What excite ment it causes! Truckmen hastily drive their wagons to the curb; street cars are brought to a halt and pedes trians leap nimbly aside. Then down t),e street, under clouds of rolling black smoke, comes the fire engine. The plunging horses are going like mad and the glistening body of the ap paratus sways from side to side with the terriiic speed. Leaning far out from his little Iron seat, the daring driver urges the maddened horses to even greater speed. With a roar and a clang the engine flies by. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 December 1905

Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, iu Advance - - $1.50 Six Months - -75 Three Months . - - - .50 Bohemians Entertain. Last eveniug at Dircksen's Hall oc curred one of the most pleasant social events of the season iu the form of a party given by the Bohemian Club. Progressive eUchre and dancing were the features of the evening's entertain ment. The grand march took place at 9 o'clock with 22 couples in line, after which the dancing and cards were indulged iu. Prizes at euchre were won as follows: Ladies' Ist prize, Mrs. H. M. Bartlett; Gentlenman's, Ist prize, Dr. Pallister; Ladies' booby prize, Miss Laird; Gentlemen's booby prize, Mr. Cox. Light refreshments of fruit punch and wafers were served Those present were Mr. and Mrs. A mi liary, Mr. and Mrs. Weigel, Mr. and Mrs. O, L. Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bartlett, Dr. and Mrs. Pallister, Mr.aud Mrs. Lum, Mr. and Mrs. Lane, the Misses Pallin'pr, Haney Kennedy, M. Williams, K. Willi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 December 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD HTUMBM'I DAILY R. C. Tweedt is home from Spokane for the Holidays. Miss Eleanor Staser has gone to Ritz ville to spend Chrl^mas. School closed last night for vacation until Tuesday January 2nd. Miss Irene LaPorte is home from her sohool at Eltopia for the Holidays. Will Murray left last night for Phoe nix, B C. to visit his folks and where he has employment. The Odd Fellows decided last night to institute a lodge heoe on Wednes day night, Jauuary 10. M. A. Dwire and wife irent to Spok ane last night on their way to Garfield to spend Christmas at home. The High School Literary society had a very interesting program yester day afternoon at which some visitors present. C. H. Putnam is wound and improv ing from his recent sick spell. He re ports settlement with the railroad, the company having purchased 114 acres of his land. Scott, the Clothier, has "The Old Fashioned Chimney Corner and Fire Place" attractively fitted out as his Christmas-window display. Auditor George ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 December 1905

CHAPTER I. I know how silly it is of me to fict over this separation of a few weeks, Jftck, but I'm suffering from that most feminine of all feminine ailments—a presentiment. I have a horrible dread that you will not come back to me just the same as you leave me." Jack Dornton knew this was all very foolish. He loved pretty Ethel Mallett very dearly; so, instead of putting his thought into words, he kissed the tearful face and lovingly comforted her with vows of eternal constancy. "You know I needn't stay down there until the pictures are finished," he said. "As soon as I have the sketches well forward, I shall come back and complete the larger pictures from them at home; and, though I Bhall be working very hard, that will not prevent you from coming every day to watch my progress and cheer .me up for an hour or so in the afternoon." Ethel smiled —it was rather a pitiful attempt—and turned resolutely to the breakfast table. "It was good of yoc to think of com ing to breakfast with u...

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