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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 January 1906

VOL. IV. NO. 37 MARRIED. The marriage of Mr. Orry Retz laff to Miss Emma Beier took place at the home of the bride's parents, at noon * esterday, Dec. 27, 1905, in the presence of a large number Qt relatives and friends, Rev. Oscar 9. Puriton officiating. The bride was beautifully gowned in white Persian lawn, trimmed th oilk chatelly lace, and was at- Lded by her sister Amelia and *fiss Chriatine Heitzmau. The groom wore conventional black. Rudolph Retzlaff and John Beier were groomsmen. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mr«. Julius Retzlaff of Clearfield township, this county, and was for a number of years employed in tV, "*storf« ' >ohn Syverson in this m _ »ar ago he went to Ken icV, Wash., near which place «e has established his residence and whither the happy couple will go in the early spring to make their home. The bride has grown to won anhood in Cooperstown where he is esteemed for all her maiden < rtues and accomplishments by t tryone and she will be missed from socia...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 January 1906

EX-GOVERNOR OF IDAHO MET HORRIBLE FATE One of the most dastardly ciirues' ever comitted in the northwest occur red at Caldwell, Idaho, Saturday right when -ex-governor Frank Steunenberg was almost instantly killed by an ex plosion as he was entering his yairl, •bout 6:40 in the evening. A dynamite bomb was placed under thejgate and was exploded by meai.s oJf * wire just as it was opened by Gover nor Steunenberg. The body of the governor was terribly mangled by the explosion and he lived but half an hoar. The only possible reason for the out tage Li believed to be the part he took tn the trouble in the Coenr d'Alenes during the great mining strikes in 1890, when he was governor of the state. Careful investigations since the tragedy of Saturday night have fully onovinced the officers that the explos ion was managed by means-of a wire, and that it had been very carefully planned and carried oot. Five men have already been arrested on suspic ion, and every effort on the part of tH offic...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 January 1906

E ST iYNNE" VILLAGE GOES TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER E,asi i,ynne, that is to say the village which, under that name, is the scene of Mrs. Henry Wood's novel, "East Lynne," is being sold. The whole village is to go to the highest bidder and whoever buys in the estate will tind himself pos sessor of an English parish complete. There is the village, manor farms, pasture lands and orchards. On the map of England, East tynne figures as an obscure but very ancient Worchestershire vil lage under the name Abberton. It is Abberton, however, which contains the hall 'in which Lady Isabel had her youthful home, where she returned as the bride of Archibald Carlyle, whom she quitted In a fit of pique, only to return again, disguised as Madame Vine, to nurse her sick child and then to pass away after having confessed her folljr and received her husband's forgiveness. Pew popular novels, perhaps, have contained more glaring literary faults than "East Lynne," but few have ever equaled it in popularity. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 January 1906

PORTLAND & SEATTLE RAILWAY COMPANY Vancouver, Wash., Dec. 23, 1905. 2V\r. H. A. Hover, hover, Wash. Dear Sir:== Referring to your formal written agreement concerning the establishment of the station at Hover, in consideration of your furnishing grounds and a right of way, I have to say that the agreement was and the writing should have so stated that the station would be established at the time the railroad was built and in operation; and further, that no station would be (established for a period of five years within three miles of the station at Hover. Yours truly, A. G. AVERY, HOVER is the fine new town located in the lower and earliest end of the Kennewlck Valley on the main line of the Seattle-Portland Railroad, which in reality is the Northern Pacific, Burlington and Great Northern Rail roads combined —the road that is destined to carry a greater amount of traffic than any other road in the west. HOVER is but a few weeks old, in fact three months have not elapsed since the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 January 1906

the local eield D * ,tY q j. Beach went to Prosser to-day on business j. V. Alburty spent Christmas at j,j S borne in Lind. Miss Irene LaPorte returned on Sun day evening to her school at Eltopia. It never fails to make light, whole sale foed—Cleveland's Baking Pow der. Good many of our young people at tended the masquerade ball at Pasco last night. Tbe Prosser High School is plan ting to put on a lecture course series of entertainments. Two carloads of large iron pipe came jptoday. It will be used for culverts fl nder the railroad grade*. Claude Fuller, who has been visiting iisuucle, M. P. Fuller, has returned r to bis home at Ellensburg. Atbe Baptist ladies will give an enter tainment Feb. 22. Half of the proceeds ! v ill go to the cemetery fund. /fcev. H. J. Zerchsr has moved from Abe Speigelberg house to a down itairs room in the Eakiu Hall for this mouth. We are informed that the school board will meet ou Friday, January 4tb, to consider the question of a site for th« new scho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 January 1906

CHAPTER lll.—(Continued.) ®"orget her! As Jack turned into the house, after watching the carriage down the drive, his head and heart were on fire with the memory of her last linger ing look, and the blood danced in his fin gers as be recalled the warm, clinging pressure ®f her hand at parting. "I think I must be mad when she is near me, for somehow I always manage to believe in the possibility of her love for me when in her presence," he mut tered, remorsefully. "And, if she did love, what then? Could I throw Ethel over? My sweet, pure little Ethel, it would break her heart! I must get rid of this felly. I'll finish Ethel's letter at once, and send it off by the morning post. I'll write a long, loving letter to the poor little girl; It will do me as much good to write it as it will her to receive It." This time he commenced with "My dear Ethel," and then, before proceeding further, he made a close examination of the beautifully executed address and crest on the paper. The crest of "...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 January 1906

COMING EVENTS. Northwest Fruitgrowers' associa in, La Grande, Ore., January 3-5. Oregon State Poultry association ow, Portland, January 10-17. Oregon State Press association, irtland, January 12. Oregon State Horticultural society, inland, January 9-10. Washington State Horticultural as eiation, North Yakima, January 9- L Walla Walla Poultry association, ebruary 5-10. Inland Registered Stock Breeders' isociation, Moscow, Idaho, February I Washington State Letter Carriers' isociation, Spokane, February 22. "The Speculations of John Steele." j Robert Barr, recently published In arts serially and since elaborated into book, is an absorbing story of one nan's struggles in the financial world, lie first, and by far best, part of the tory is taken up with his experience a the railroad business, in which Iteele, as station master and general itility man at an otiscure way station -Hitchen's Riding—shows wonderful :apacity and Judgment in an emergen ly and rises from obscurity to emi nence ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 January 1906

KENNEWICK. MARKET PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT Having purchased the store and stock of A. H. Johnson, and completed invoic ing, we are now ready for business. We ask for a continuation of the large patronage given this store in the past, and, in turn, guarantee the same fair and liberal treatment a«? heretofore ac corded. We are anxious to get ac. quainted. % TULL & GODWIN Successors to A. H. JOHNSON On the Corner At the Boston Store. You will always And a fall supply of DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS GLOVES bHOES OVERSHOES RUBBERS We hare tried many brands of shees and have found by experience thai the MAYER SHOES are the best made and have decided to stand by them. We will guarantee every pair. A full stock of the best QROCERIES«™=^- always on hand at the lowest prices. We sell for cash and don't ask yeu to pay for bad debts. R. H. Anderson W. R. AMON. PRESIDENT. L. E. JOHNSON, CASHIKK. ■g Exchange Bank S3 Does a General and Bospons- Drafts Sold on all Prin- Exchange Banking ibility cipa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 January 1906

VOL. IV-_NO. 38 Finley vs. Meitiinick Finley, Wash., 8, 1906. CourierrrlMr Sir: I no ticed a communication in your pa per of Jan. sth in refaence to the location of the Finley ichool house —and why Finley? The Finley school house is locatd six miles south east of Kennewik near the proposed new that bears that name; and why ttyt name? I assure you upon nil honor that the name was selected Without my asking or even thinkinj of such a thing; and why Finle} Because fifty of my men who are living here, men wty are bui'd ing houses, cultivating the land, planting trees, setting iut straw berries and vineyard} building school houses, maintaiiig church and Snnday-school; in live, wide-awake men that a: their lot and their all here, and |e spend ing what they make tcidevelope the valley, met in said scVol house to talk over theproposediown and petition the Railroad CoJor a sid ing. They, in a public t a vote so decided. Why should it be Mihinick? Mr. Menhinick in corrponding with me in regar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 January 1906

CHAPTER V.—{Continued.) Pauline had not much soul, and she did not really care much for music br music; but she liked the pleasant, sooth ing effect it had upon her. So she went to the opera two or three times a week, and in the intervals whispered scandal, ate ices, drank eoffee, or dozed gracefully behind the curtains of her box. This evening Mrs. Seton and she were scarce ly settled in their seats before Lord Sum mers begged admission. The good-natured old gentleman look ed rather worried, as he took the chair behind Pauline and exchanged civilities with both ladies. "I have had a visit from Bennoir this afternoon, Pauline," his lordship began. "The poor boy is terribly upset by your refusal." "He will get over it." "But, my dear girl, have you no heart at all? To my knowledge this is the seventh most satisfactory offer you have refused. I dare say you have had quite as many of which I have heard nothing. I begin to think you are heartless." "Perhaps you ars right," she said, in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 January 1906

Hood's SarsaparQla Is mupiestioiia- Wy the greatest blood and medicine known. It positively and permanently cures every humor, from Pimples to Scrofula. It* is the Best* Blood Medicine. |ipo| ■ To be Given for Reliable Information I HI We have set aside ■ $I,ooo°° ■ H to be spent for information and will H give five dollars for a Postal Card H S giving the first reliable news of a H chance to sell a horizontal steam engine of out styles, within our range of sizes. We do XX want inquiries at this time for vertical, H traction or fat engines. ■ I ATLASI ■ ENGINES AMD BOILERS ■ Builders of the mod complete Una of engines and H boilers made by any om manufacturing concern in the world ■ Atlas Engine Works I Selling agencies in all cities INDIANAPOLIS Corliss, Four ValTe, Automatic, High-Speed, Com pound and Throttling Engines. Water Tube. Tu (Hilar and Portable Boilers H H Atlas Engines In service 3,000,000 H. P. Atlas Boilers in serrice 4,000,000 B. P. Rosiiivo, Gssparative, Superlativ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 January 1906

Kennewlck Cor; rrb;: ; V LAUREN W. SOTH f,WTOR r.o V : ;; 1:x TKKiV.S OF bl »i.-« li! )ue Year, i:i Advai;.:e - $i JA! lix Ai.'iUihs - - - • .7" ?hre<s Month o .... ORDINANCE NO. 4\K Art Oi'diriaw.'>' 'to - n *'<- , Supply of Water m: - r for lh>- toivii •■}' A - in it ore!a >p • el l 7 //- / '••?/1< vil of the-.. town, of / >•//.//. •?V't ii-n '. Tlr* • • y !1 i oi-'liiiHiJiw, i'.er-!i'V •. >»•'•:: ;. - s •• i i r.'uT.-u A Cochran, iiif siiav ■. t,r>. and asgigns, lor a (■!> "v. a; r : •; '!■■■':•• 1 • K v'j i;< wick, it>r a peri«d <_■!' five (25) n tho :i;»au.-c nU'.i ui.M>n tU<s i tiwns provided tuid'ftt for i. in t»o.< r..d u. .1: .. ( ' . . . . . - ■ • il« SS"i ( . »%•« ill-: IS# . signs, in <vriii:iy. the SAme sl.rtll bt'iome »u»* be r. valid au.t subsisting «?on.trac: between th» ] iii tiu - iv r»ii' • H-.-.ctivin in r < ;.s* r ; 1oi: .• -.1 •; -r • 'lon of th-.< shid v.i.ci-.r .verkrf imd elei trie tig }»I.:ntt- -.a .....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 January 1906

THE LOCAL FIELD From Saturday's Dath Biker Jc Bal<josen's grading outfit from Elgin, Oregon, are u,nl >adin here today. C. T. Irvin an old time printer, now a rancher in horse heaven, made 9 office a pleasant ca! .• da . The town council made a trip up the river to see about locating the intake for the new w.itoi o-in to. In another week 0« • -a u . r at relief will be completed r< ady for en gines to take wa. r. w h a■; .v : i <»reat convenience 1- ■ :raine The cable for the iv.otine*»vh-k-Pas< o ferry arrived at the depot } and the manager. W. B. Mu . m;rJ us thai It will be in pit*-* t<>d-y a the ferry ready fur ba- ine the C azosian ■1 >■ *,;■ , a ! ■ *i\ the Congregational .v n a ; t,. d annual electien 01 hi... 1 •. and the following iia- ieu j : -. chosen- President. Mrs. Frank Eimght ice X-hv si aent, Mes (e 1 .. ; ; Secretary, Cora feerconfbe; Treafearer, Mae Sercombe; Organist, H.Fay Pierce. From Monday's Daiiy The furniture for the Hotel I-.:. -bla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 January 1906

PEtS OF THE WORLD ■Mn TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ■ ILL PARTS OF TfiE^GLOBL I Review of Happenings in Both and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Political and Personal Christador, the capitalist, and probably fatally wounded in his offices in a St Paul building. It is not yet determin ers whether the shooting was acciden- Bor with suicidal indent. ■At attorney announces that Fltzsim and his wife have effected a reconciliation. ameltermen employed at the Columbia Copper company's at Boundary Falls, B. C., have their strike for an eight hour day. smelters resumed operations at January 6, 1759, George Wash- and Martha Dandrldge Custis, married. Kansas supreme court decided the law providing for separate schools for the whites and ne- at Kansas City, Kan., is valid, is officially announced that Mid- Stephen Decatur, Jr., of SHltemauth, N. H., has been found not Hguilty on the charge of hazing and has V been released from arrest and restored ■ to duty. I Five men were instantly...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 January 1906

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. IDAHO NEWS. Negotiations for a $3,000,000 timber deal, including the holdings of the William Howard Land & Lumber com pany to the Stack-Gibbs Lumber com pany of Spokane, are pending, and it is probable that the deal will be con summated as soon as cruisers can es timate the amount of timber on the tract. The public schools at Mace and at Murray are the only ones in Shoshone county which did not open last Tues day. These remain closed on account of scarlet fever among the children. Every slot machine in Post Falls went broke Saturday morning and Sheriff Doust of Rathdrum got all the money. The Bunker Hill & Sullivan Mining & Concentrating company has started the new year by paying dividend No. 100 of $180,000. This makes the total paid since January 1, 1905,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 January 1906

I KF.NNEWICK MARKET I Wm. Dircksen, Prop. j FRESH MEATS OF ALL I poultry, eggs and ! fresh vegetables I FRESH FISH EVERY . TO ALU (XURCXSUPPE&S p ct u Hawes & Schoch Mpkws with Purchases of %#?* " I Kennewick Transfer Co. | ■ Livery and Feed Stable % Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. # f? Prompt and Satisfactory Service. Wki The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. $. &O"0 c o »Boo€o# # # K s> made as carefully and consclea'JousSy %^~^ mKK( yS ¥ —J Z M lf tha success of th® manufacturer *1 t J / depended 011 the satisfaction St gives tn© yi wearer—and It does. . , IL-. ifSj.w'f More Sunflower Shoes for rran are bclns [ sold every month, simply because they fit. Y<T 1 J the foot, fancy and purse of the buyer to J j Pe Made°in* ail good leathers, for drew, . pni semi-dress and work-a-day wear. A shoe for every man,, at just the pries he wants £ JWL _ jgf to for Sunflower Shoes. PJJS<V "SSS2TSLS /N®W JW St * * Joseph ' Mo ° NfflggS® iml Tall & Goodwin,'lmm Successors ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 January 1906

Supplement to The Kennevvick Courier, Friday, Jan. 12, 19C6. Get in on the Ground Floor at Fin ley, wash. The back steps of K«nnewick. Only five miles away and in the very center of the irri gated lands under the Northern Pacific's great canal, also where most of the Horse Heaven wheat will be marketed, Business Lots ■ Residence Lots I jn [nil Acre Tracts I I! lluV 40 Acre Tracts J Free Booklet and illustrated price-list of 40 bargains Hanson & Rich KENNEWICK'S GREAT "BARGAIN GIVERS" P. S.—Remember that we have more lands for sale in and around Kennewick than all other firms combined. gI" i ■ * " At the Boston I Store I I , i y You will always find a full supply of » II i DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS GLOVES | £ SHOES * OVERSHOES 1 RUBBERS | 1 ' 8 We have tried many brands of shoes and have found by j f experience that the MAYER SHOES are the best made 7 and have decided to stand by them. We will guarantee every pair. A full stock of the best GROCERIES - | >: always on hand at the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 January 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 39 giver Transportation fhe Walla Commercial übmetin regular monthly sess list evening in the rooms of the joatry Club, and among other ings discussed the probability of 4 t service on the Columbia river so far as Walla Walla is concerned .jng a realization of the immediate iture. Dr. N. G. Blalock, a member of jOpen River Association and one the prominent movers in securing .«construction of the portage rail ay, was present and recited the my difficulties that were met and ' jve in a way been overcome. i The discussion of the subject was ought up by some letters in re tfd to the making of a contract by be Open River Association with U ? Regulator line of boats to carry i lß freight from Portland to the Eddy. It was intimated that £it much of a reduction in rates crildbe expected from such an ar • ijement when it was known that • .Northern Pacific railroad owned •heßegulator line. Dr. Blalock stated that the five sen who had devoted a large portion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 January 1906

NEWS OFTHEWORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM All PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* In. Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Aurelio Herrera of Bakersfield. Cal. knocked out Young Corbett. ex-cham- Pion lightweight, in the fifth round at Los Angeles. Herrera's victory was an easy one; Corbett's exhibition was disappointing. Willie Fitzgerald and Willie Lewis fought a 25 round draw at Colma, Cal. Headed by Delegate Mark Smith of Arizona a committee of citizens of that rritory called on the president re cently to protest against joint state hood with New Mexico. The president gave the delegation a cordial recep tion, but told its members that he was in favor of joint statehood. In well informed Cleveland financial circles it was believed that the liabil ities of the firm of Denison, Prior & Co. will aggregate not less than fl,- 200,000 and that possibly the sum may may be as high as $1,500,000. Jens C....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 January 1906

northwest states lASIIN&m MONTANA, IDAHO AND ODEGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take place—Fail Trads Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. The wrestling match at Harrington between Joe Heinrich of Spokane and John Swarta, Bd Rux and Armond Fox of Harrington was won by Heinrich in the total wrestling time of 17 min utes and S5 seconds. Wiafred Cowles, alleged embezzling sohoool olerk and director of the North Yakima city board, has been acquitted by a jury and immediately rearrested on a similar charge, and placed in the ooonty jail. A man whose name has not yet been discovered, recently was found dead near Spokane. Rev. H. Edward Mills, who has been chosen for the new pastor of the Ply mouth Congregational church at Spo kaae, has been in charge of the Edge wood Congregational church in Seat tle for three years. After an eventful life that spanned almost a century with the male members o...

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