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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 November 1903

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Daniel Boyd, Attorney at Law, Local representative of the well known firm of Copp & Lcckett, Washington, D. C-, in contexts and claims of all kinds before the Land Department. KENNEWICK, WASH. William Pallister, | Physician and Surgeon, Surgeon N. P. Ry. Co. Office on 3rd street, Kenuewick, Wash. Miss Edna Pallister, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental .Music. Third street, Kennewick, Wash. J. W. Hewetson. Physician and Surgeon. General Practice. Special attention given to all diseases and operations in the eye, ear, nose antl throat Glasses accurately fitted. KENNEWICK, WASH. C. O. Anderson, Attorney at Law. KENNEWICK, WASH. . C. F. Breithaupt, Notary Public, Real Estate, Insurance. KENNEWICK, WASH. Rufus Fullerton, Notary Public. Kennewick, Wash. W. 8. HELM, j- JEWEIER I OPTICIAN Eyes fitted with glasses after the most approved methods. Clock and Watch Repairing; Clocks, Watches and Jewelry for Bale. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. KENNEWICK LAND CO. BUILDING, Yakima St...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 November 1903

That Night at "La Scala." BT WAS the third day of the carni val st Milan, in the year 1830. Donizetti's Immortal masterpiece, tncia di Lammermoor, had been per formed for the first time at the San Carlo In Naples, a few months previ ous, and was then making its trium phal tour through Italy. Then genius of Bergamo's sweet bard had attained its culminating point. Its great aria and the stupendous magnificence of the septet had elec trified the entire musical world; even the star of Kossinl was eclipsed by the incredible success of the younger composer. Milan was in an uproar; the streets, squares, and arcades were Illuminated a giorno; the cathedral In marble majesty glittered beneath the glare of innumerable lanterns, while the joyous laughter of sixty thousand pleasure-Keeki rs made the old, nar row streets ring and echo again, and the Scala, Italy's greatest opera house, ablaze with glory, had placed before the entrance, in letters of flame, the magic word Lucia. No wonder the cro...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 November 1903

LORD MAYOR'S SHOW Ml MONDAY WAS A GALA DAY IN LONDON, ENGLAND. The Very Ancient and Venerable Cus tom Adhered to by Bir James Ritchie —Tour in His Gilded Cage—Affords an Opportunity for All to Have a Merry Time—Streets Decorated. London, Nov. 9. —Monday waß Lord Mayor's show day in London and Sir James Thompson Ritchie, brother of the former chancellor of the ex chequer, made a tour in his gilded cage from the famous Guild hall, up Cheapside, down Ludgate hill, along Fleet street, the newspaper row of the metropolis, passed the Griffin and so to the law courts in the Strand, where the chief Justice swore him in. For one day only the lord mayor makes a London holiday. 'Arry and ■ Another club woman, Mrs. ' Haule, of Edgerton, Wis., tells how she was cured of irregulari ties and uterine trouble, terrible pains and backache by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "A while ago my health began to fail because of female troubles. The doctor did not help me. I remembered that my mother h...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 November 1903

e©LUMBia COURIER. VOL. 11. 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 eared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock —Lowest prices. Front street, 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 General— Merchandise Fresh goods—New stock. Prices to suit everyone. KENNEWICK ItENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, NOVEM HIS It 20, UK).'!. lEUM 11118 SiSii! 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 Per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 November 1903

lilt MUSI !S[lT[s LATE NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK BRIEFLY TOLD. Choice Selection of Interesting Items j Gathered From Exchanges—Culiings From Washington, Idaho, Montana —Numerous Accidents and Personal Happenings Occur. WASHINGTON ITEMS. About 60 Palouse business men have organized a men's club. The Stevens County Pioneer society has completed its permanent organiza tion. The new union depot for Seattle is to be much larger than was first plan ned. It is estimated that 50,000 sheep will be wintered in Columbia county this winter. The Spokane Traction company start ed the operation of its new street car system. The present cold weather has start ed wild geese on their annual pilgrim age southward. Will and Charles Grove were drown ed in the Hanaford river, about four miles from Centralia recently. The directors of the Yakima school board has passed a resolution against dramatic entertainments la the high school. The Spokane Brewing & Malting company has decided to enlarge its plants f...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 November 1903

iillpK properties have settled DOWN TO WINTER'S WORK. Items of Interest Gathered During the past Week—B. C. Mines Busy— Show Up Well—Electric Power in Coeur d'Alene District—Accidents and Personals— Montana Producing. The American Federation of has appropriated $1000 to aid the Western Federation of Miners in their pending strike. BRITISH COLUMBIn MINES. The big strikes in the A lzac and shalkwak districts, northwest of | White xiorse, are growing in import ance daily- Dawson is now deserted ; M far as floating population is con-, cerned and people are pouring intoj the districts trom half a dozen difier ent directions. Some are coming from gkagway and Juneau, others from Atlia. Late advices show that pans as high as $325 have been secured «y several miners. The Wakefield concentrator at Sii terton has closed down for the win ter after a most successful run. The concentrator has turned out two prod ucts, first, a lead concentrate running 65 per cent lead, 9 per cent sine and 125 oun...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 November 1903

A Select Undenominational Christian School at Kennewick, Wash, oococoo? etcabcmslM a nuc i Opens Jan. otli, 1904. UNIVERSITY TRAINED FACULTY. CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC & SPECIAL COURSES Academy Emanuel solicits your inquiry and full information will gladly and prqmptly I>e given when addressing the President or calling at the Academy. MRS. CAROLINE KLITTEN, President &he<solumfcia tarier C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday at Kenuc wick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six MontliH - .75 Three Mou tits - - - - .50 Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application Thr Columbia Courier Fr entered us second class matter at i the po.-;toftlce in Kknnewick, Wash. ] An Endorsement. 1 I have used Charley Reed's in- vention of Buck's scraper aud find them the only complete kind of < scraper for easy work on raau and y team. I cau put on a great deal c better finishing level with them \ than any other. I threw aside , my other scraper as soon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 November 1903

; —— "I j KENNEWICKLES ( Wheat hay per ton; timothy* hay $20 per ton. L. S. Erley." Dave McCrea of Reardan will put 1 in 100 acres this winter in section 16: The Kennewick Hardware Com-! pany is unloading a carload of fur niture. The furniture for the Academy Emanuel has arrived and is being put in place. For sale, cheap—The team, bug gy and harness of J. K. Graham.— Daniel Boyd. F. Ebener, the father-in-law of H. A. Bier, is here from Ritzville and will remain for some time. Jno. Rudkin has completed the residence he has liad under con struction on his land in section 9, and the same is now being painted W. J. Eakin has now lumber 011 the ground and will without further delay build his hall. The founda tion has been laid for sqme time. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clemens have returned from North Yakima, where they have spent a about one week. About a week ago J. R. Anion, who has heen cashier of the Ex change Bank, returned to Seattle, where he will reside permanently. H. M- Breithaupt is h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 November 1903

a mv>§ I viN& The Boy Is Comtn' Home. I tell you It Is busy tlme» Jest now for me and inarm. The boy Is comln* home to spend TnanKS givln' ou the farm; 'Tit ton long years Bluoe he went Writ to mingle In Its strife. He's done flrst-rate, and, furthermore, he s got a Western wife. We got the letter yesterday, and mnrm aha laldfc awake Full half the night to prnlse the Lord and think what she must bake. If I should feed the turkey now as ahe de clares I must, Why, loug before Thanksglvln he would swell all up and bußt; I've had to grind the choppln' knife and go to choppln' mince, Aad things are brewln' rich and fine and fit to feed a prince. Th# boy, he writ for chlckea pie. With double crust," aays he, "And mixed with cream, that levely pie y«u used to make for me." ....... He wants a big red apple frem the hillside Northern Spy, And butternuts—l've got 'em round the atoveplpe, brown and dry; He wanta to lay the fire himself with naple hard and sound, Ani pop aome corn upon t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 November 1903

When ThanksjciTin' Comes. nntiT to have a Joyful day • r t next Thursday down our way Relatives '11 all be here— Com la' now fr'in faran'near. Got a turkey home, I » hrt ia the blKgest we ve had yet, Always lots to eat, I've found \Vbeu Thanksglvln coiueß uround. p« he'll carve the noble bird, Tel'llP' sll ,he jok( '. B h,! 8 . ar . Ma she'll keep things movlu right, Everyone'll talk a sight- Allexceptln* Bill an' me ; we'll be still as still can be, Won't have time to make a sound When Thanksglvln cornea arouud. jln Jest sinlh s when Bill and I Take « piece of pie; Pa he'll only laugh and roar when we pass our plates fer more; Kever's scolded us ner frowned When Thanksglvln' comes around. Uncle Jim see me an' Bill io w about er. hard to till Fb two elephants, but Gee! it they'll only let us be We won't care fer what they say. Rut Jest grin nn' eat away. We'll be full clear fr'm the ground when Thanksglvln' conies around. —Council Bluffs Nonpareil. A THANKFUL THANKSGIVING B DON'T fe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 November 1903

ABSOLUTE SECURITY, Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of Sm Pac-StalU Wrapper Mow. IMyaMBasAuMV mMMrnrn—cm n . orm'p IFOKREAOACHE. bAKI tt\p FOR DIZZINESS. Hirwr FOR lIUOUtREtt. WIX/ril FOR TORPID LIVER. ■ {jfll Jt FOR COHSTIPATIOR. BlS® FOR SALLOW f KIR. FOR IHECOMPLEJUOR, .- . I WWW WWIWMMIII.I. ; CURE SICK HEADACHE. Northwestern Wheat Report. Portland, Ore.—Walla Walla, Tic; bluestem, 75c; valley, 75@76c. Tacoma, Waßh.—Unchanged; blue stem, 79@80c; club, 75@76c. Colfax, Wash.—Bluestem, 62c; So nora, 69c; club, 58c per bushel. Davenport, Wash.—Little club, 65c; bluestem, 68c. Naggersby—l understand that Sir Thomas used to call Captain Wring# | "Slnbad the Sailor" just for a joke, j Waggsby—Yes, and since his recent experience he has probably changed ; It to "Sailbad the Sinner."—Baltimore j American. ' RHEUMATISM NOT A SKIN DISEASE. It is natural to rub the spot that hurts, and when rheumatic pains are shooting through the joints and muscles and thej are infl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 November 1903

COLUMBIA COURIER. "voli. 11. NO. 41. "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 — AND Fullerton We have everything in the line of Generals- Merchandise Fresh goods—Now stock. Prices to suit everyone. KENNEWICK KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1903. IHIIE KORIVKESI SIAItS' LATE NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK BRIEFLY TOLD. Choice Selection of Interesting Items Gathered From Exchanges—Culiings From Washington, Idaho, Montana —Numerous Accidents and Personal Ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 November 1903

NPU NEWS Slim 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 Told. Barney Oldileld of Los Angeles, Cal., broke the world's record automobile for a miie on an oval track, going the distance in 55 seconds flat, recently. Butler, Fa.—The Park theater build ing, the Central hotel, the Butler Bus iness college and several adjoining buildings were destroyed by Are re cently. Loss 9300,000. Louisville, Ky.—Fire has destroyed the old Masonic temple, occupying half a block in the heart of tne retail bus iness district The loss is about a quarter of a million dollars, among the largest losers being the Masonic tem ple building, $125,000; insurance, $65,- 000; Hopkins theater, scenery and property, $20,000; J. G. Fowler Drug company, $36,000; Rodgers & Krull, jewelers, $40,000. Walla Walla, Wash.—The trustees of the will of Joseph Stubblefield, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 November 1903

fit Of PR 181)1 AS T o POLITICAL SITUATION IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH AMERICA. sayß Americans Are Well Guarded- Sltuation In the Interior Is Quiet- Hi, Address to Americans—Thinks Treaty Has Been Violated—Appeals t0 National Conscience of United States to Save Their Honor. Bogota—President Marroquin has made the following statement to the aaaociated Press, in response to quer ies as to the political situation in Co to™United States Minister Beaupre a all Americans here are surround . w t t h every guarantee for their safe ty My communications to the United sites senate and to the people make manifest the attitude of my govern rneut on the Panama Question. Th« gltuation in the interior of the Colom bian republic is quiet." president Marroqulr'i reference to hln letter to the people of the United states is explained by the following address, which he has given to the cor respondent of the Associated Press: President's Address. ••The President of Colombia to the American People: The Colombian ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 November 1903

A Select Undenominational Christian School at Kennewiok, Wash, coseesse C 3 j ctbe 11t ij Mi a illl c!' Oprns Jan. stli. 1904. UNIVERSITY TRAINED FACULTY. CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC & SPECIAL COURSES 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 KLITTEN, President IMolmn&ia tatin: C. O. ANDERSON, gditor PiiUHhlkml Every Friday at Kenne xvtcji, Washington YKfWH OF SUBSCRIPTION ■One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 .Six iM >i:tliM r .75 Tlirw Months t co jAriviM'tiKitiK Rates Mude Known Upon Application Thk Columbia Courier | - entered as second olmsu matter- at, the jpos.tollice in Kknnewick, Wash. ! The people of the Inland Em pire have waited for years in hopes that the Columbia would be an .open river and navigation made possible from the ocean inland for hundreds of miles. The hope is evidently about to be realized. The mills of God tiave baen grinding out this pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 November 1903

J ! KENNEWICKLES I 1 Seed rve at Rudow & Schweikert Japanese matting at Rrtido*/ & Schwikert. All kinds of poultry and stock jonds.at Rudow it Schweikert. \v. J. Dunn returned to Spokane Saturday evening. Bob Stubbins will return to Spu iatie this evening. Otto K. Sell raJ. r is in Walla Walla, visiting friends. Chinamel varnish in colors— stains and varnishes in one .appli cation. —Columbia Pharmacy. Carbolium, the only sure lice kil ler 011 earth, at Rudow & Schwei kert Gotoßudow& Schweikert and get a barrel of carpet taek« for five cents. Four fine work horses for sale by the Keiiuewlck Land Company at from $50 to $75 each. Mrs. Chas. H. Swift arrived from Kansas City Tuesday morn ing. H. A. Bier went to Ritzville Tuesday evening. One of his child ren being quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hanson spent Thanksgiving day at Ritzville with the relative* of Mrs. Hanson. Quite a number of young people went to Pasco Thursday evening to attend the K. P. ball. John Buscli was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 November 1903

HUES AID HI! HEWS PROPERTIES HAVE BETTLED DOWN TO WINTER'S WORK. Item* of Interest Gathered During the Past Week —B. C. Mines Busy— Show Up Well—Electric Power In Coeur d'Alens District—Accidents and Personal*—Montana Producing. The beglnnlg of the third wsek of the coal strike in the southern Colo rado fields finds both sides determined to fight to the end. Prominent Superintendent Killed. Charles McCormlck, superintendent of the Vindicator mine, at Cripple Creek, Colo., and Melvln H. Beck, a miner, were killed recently by an ex plosion in the sixth level of the Vindi cator mine. The explosion occurred while Superintendent McCormlck and Miner Beck were in the cage. They were the only passengers. Just as the cage reached the sixth level the ex plosion occurred. It wrecked the lev el, cage and shaft at that point and instantly killed both men. The explo sion was heard at the surface, and many persons thought it was an earth quake. It is believed no others were killed or injured. It i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 November 1903

r |B • Farmer Make Money T Ur answer Is that very many farm -Tdo make money. One must first T n .lder what the Investment Is In an binary farm. A general farm of "Utr acres, with usual Improve ment would not Inventory more than UOOOto $8,000. With the larger flg „ the net Income at 10 per cent ltoo ld be IH00; yet no farm that Is considered to be at all profitable pro (llcet K little Income ss this. The Lll living, which must be charged to Income. would amount to more than if the general farmer "come» M t wen" at the end of the year, he !»,, nevertheleee, made a good rate on M» investment, and he hae ln- Mir < the value of his home at the >m , time. The difficulty with farm- In, considered from the financial mlii of view, la not that the rale of Income It low, but that the amount of profitable Investment Is small. Con gjdercd In Its bearing on the national welfare, this fact la propitious, for It anna that the farm provide* an In dependent business of small resources. Oonalder...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 November 1903

100 Doses For One "Dollar Economy in medicine must be measured by two things—cost and effect. It cannot be measured by either alone. It is greatest in that medicine that does the most for the money—that radically and per manently cures at the least ex pense. That medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla It ptrrifles and enriches the blood, cures pimples, eczema and all eruptions, tired, languid feelings, loss of appetite and general debility. M I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and found it reliable and giving perfect satlsfao tion. It taken away that tired feeling, give* energy and puts the blood in good condition." llias Errii Colonn*. 1535 10th Street. N. W„ Washington, D. C. Mood's Sarsaparllla promises to euro and keeps ths promise. Invited to Leave Colon. Colon. Nov. 23.—A proclamation ' published on the streets here invites all malcontents to leave the country at the expense of the republic. Perrin's Pile Specific The INTERNAL REMEDY No Case Exists it Will Not Cur* Casey—Riley, you owe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 December 1903

COLUMBIA eeURIER. VOL. 11. NO. 42. "Gold Top" Bottled Beer Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. Olympia Bottled Beer. Best in the market. " The Merchan " HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. Kennewick. "he, 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 BTORE OF Johnson and Fullerton We have everything in the line of Generals- Merchandise Fresh goods—New stock. Prices to suit everyone. KENNEWICK KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, FHI DAY, DECEMBER 4, 1»03. TEUOin EK SIM! CULLED FROM DISPATCHES O. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings in Bo'.h Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Persona' Events Tersely T...

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