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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 January 1906

Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Bix Months .... .75 Three Months .50 Battle Oil The North Bank. The fight for the right of way on the North bank road between Cape Horn and L/yle with the N, P. and the Columbia Valley railroads as opponents is being waged to a fin ish. Fabulous prices for unculti vated lands which owners of the proposed right of way have been receiving is due to the fact that these two roads have seeretly been bidding against each other. Several years ago Benj. Beals living near Underwood, donated three-fourths of a mile of land ly ing along the water's edge to the Wallula Pacific. Beals thought the road would soon be built and was willing to donate in order to see a railroad on the north side. Thinking the W-P had thrown Up the sponge he sold the land to the N. P. Investigation by the N P. right of way man disclosed the fact that the Columbia Valley had secured a deed to the property thru th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 January 1906

[HE LOCAL FIELD From Saturday's Daily H p u tnam has filed the plat of his j tracts with the county auditor, ■rden u^" Conductor Girard has sold his place of n the valley to the Kennewick jDii j Lawson (no relation to Tom), of lowa, has decided to locate in ' X. A. Snook is in town today and spects to locate at Hover for the prac [jeof medicine. \ 1,. Smith, the county surveyor, ex e'cts w begin work on the surveys for je water system next week. p B Laing has returned from Clark ' He has sold his place there and jpectsto locate at Richland. i. Nevlow is up from Hover. He bribed for the Daily C ourier to keep te d on the doings at Kennewick. 0 0. Anderson was at I'rosser Thurs .« where he prosecuted and convicted jap, J- Mahada, for giving iiquor to ninora. C A. Cochran informs us that he. his necessors and assigns expect to begin •ork putting in the intake for the wa er system next week. Alfred Crumpaeker and wife, of 'omeroy, have been down visiting at ; puderpaugb's and to see Mr....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 January 1906

Vll.—fContinued.) ♦hi. n . t know wh »t a strange place ctru Bf . J 69 you » and takes this In must therefore bear in« of ' aDd not b< hard OB fail- Drirllecpa i!r* bave not your \ T wife —Poor girl!—had no 52S£7 he V first mat h * r ' ™ T * Pen ent on her father for 80- wotniin f WB u * ]* ad training '°r a young ed. mmi ° f / r er was a good-natur flT "*}*** fellow, always avoiding re whea»t long ** Was P° BBibl ». m«k?„t eompeHed te show authority. hi« nrf^- UP 7 ex aggerated harshness for ai» previous neglect. coold 7 n^ ife 7 a f * hi « h - B Pirited girl and In Ant BUbmlt to the alternate fits of tjranny - She wa » *bout f*th~»♦ 1 firßt met h * r . and her ■hla 'r ® atment was becoming unbear , " became desperately sorry for * 8^* Mted the only means in my power to help her, which was to make <n» wife. It was a foolish proceed hf: w ' but 1 was young then, and nad not begun to look at life seriously, or I should have asked myself how her position would be bettered by bei...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 January 1906

Economy Is a strong point* with Hood's Sarsaparilla. A bottle lasts longer and does more good than any other. ]t is the only medicine of which tan truly be said ft 100 POSES ONE DOLLAR CHINESE ARE AWAKENING."' Feeling Against American Exclusion Is Very Bitter. Oakland, Cal. —The Rev. Arthur Smith, a missionary in China, who has just returned on the Siberia, is visit ing friends in ths city. The mission ary aays: "The strong antiforeign feeling tn China is due in large part to the de feat of Russia by Japan. The Chinese are awakening to the fact that they are not a subject people. The feeling against the United States is very bit ter because of the exclusion act. This feeling is heightened by imaginary wrongs and exaggerated descriptions of indignities heaped upon Chinese in this country, as sent home by the Chi nese in the United States. But Chi na, as a whole, has come to the belief that it is easier and cheaper to carry on a negative war against the United States than to attack mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 January 1906

I ... WEAR... | | The Payne Hats j | Jones-Payne Hat Co. | f St. Joseph, Mo. I L, I uvfi KENNEWICK MARKET Wm. Dircksen, Prop. FRESH MEATS OF AIX TO ALL OiUßcx Suppers c < l _ ror bale by • sj.iL& Hawes&Schoch Mpkjxs with Purchases of Sunflower Shoe a Is made as carefully and conscientiously yf ~~~\ tas if the success of ths manufacture? Jr depended on the satisfaction It gives ttho y y\ "3r wearer—and it does. BT~~ m —ft More Sunflower Shoes for men are ueung V Sold evory month, simply because they £it £> <? W the foot, fancy and purse of the buyer to LCJ Made in all good leathers, for dress, j I pOj semi°drc3s and work-a»day wear. A shoe /? BL Sor every man, at just tlie pr •:e he wants aL a*y jo *°Ai»k us for Sunflower Shoes. o^fy] WatiS fi///ll\ J>»V Manufactured by Nayee- /%3 ®&<j§i She* Co., & Cioodwin^^^j Successors to A. H. JOHNSON \v. R. AMON, PRESIDENT. L. E. JOHNSON, CASHIER. I Exchange Bank | Does a General and Respons- Drafts Sold on all Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 January 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 40 IF jfoniiinick's Last Gasp [ facotna. Wash., Jan. 17, 1906 Irtlfpr Courier, gentlemen con- Ljtin* in week ' s issue of your [Lr relative to the scliool house, Kiead neither wisely nor too &• I was unaware that any reference bad been made to the new MOiite, or objection taken to its title and, moreover, to "hit jeloir the belt" is not according to .Qneensberry" or to the ethics of arttct defense. I- gentlemen are doubtless con fjacedthat they have "scalped the gemj to a finish." so may we not consider th« incident closed? Yours truly, A. L. Menhinick. Amen! Death of Prosser Man H. B. Voorhees, who came down jure fro* Prosser a few days ago ad was taken sick at the hotel, Friday night. Tit* deceased had been a nffierer . from asthma for many years- and after coming here was attacked by [ erysipelas. The complication of >f the two ailments was too great for ' his shattered system and death i ensued. Marshal Gloyer telephoned the aid news to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 January 1906

WARM SPELL IN EAST REGULAR SPRING DAYS IN JEW YORK-VERMONT WARM. Bunshine Filled the Parks With Pleas ure Seekers—Remarkable Weather in New England States—Ohio and Kentucky Also Warm— Blizzard Through Middle West. New York, Jan. 22.—The continued warm weather of the past few days in this city reached its climax Sunday when, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the official thermometer at the wea ther bureau station was' 55 degrees. At right the weather continues warm, a vapor, typical of early spring even ings, hanging over the water front. The warmth and sunshine of the day brought to Central park, to River side drive and other promenades thousands of pleasure seekers. Nice Day in New England. Boston, Mass. Jan. it.—ln the greater part of New England the wea ther conditions were remarkable Sun day. The official thermometer in Bos ton reached 67.8, which is the warm est January day, with one exception, in the history of the local bureau. Warmth at Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Jan. 22.—With...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 January 1906

newsofnorthwest WASBINGTON, MO, MONTANA HDD OREGON NEWS ITEMS. Few Interesting Items Gathered prom Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country-Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take p Uc e—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. Approximately half of the state funds will be taken out of the Capital National bank in Olympia distrib uted in depositaries selected by the state treasurer in other parts of the state. General Ashton of Tacoma, who wen t to San Francisco some weeks ago in the interests of the tideland pool, is now on his way to Chicago to con sult with railroad officials of the Har riman system as regards the tidelands wanted for terminals in Tacoma. Following the example set by the Washington Retail Lumber Dealers, the retailers of British Columbia and Oregon have advanced their list. It is reported that Gov. A. E. Mead has decided to turn down State Fish Commissioner T. B. Kershaw and to name a new man to fill that position when Kershaw's term expires in March. Knox T. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 January 1906

Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, iu Advance - - $1.50 Six Months * .75 Three Months .... .50 To Select School Site Notice is hereby given that a special meeting cf the legal school electors of school district No. 17, of the County of Benton, State of Washington, will be held at the Public School House iu the said district on Saturday, the 3rd of February, A. I). 1906. beginning at the hour of one o'clock p m. of gaid day, and closing at four o'clock p. m. for the purpose determining by ballot a site to be selected for the new public school building in said school district, and to deter mine which of the following sites shall be accepted or purchased by the Board of Directors of said dis trict for said school site, ramely: First —The Anion site, consist ing of block 2 in Anion's addition to Kennewick. Second —The Hover site consist ing of Park Villa Tract No i in Beach's addition to Kennewick. Tbird —Irrigation Co'ssite, con sisti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 January 1906

the local field From Saturday's Daily CMlce lot. «>Ho»«r only *30 each. , senator G. Garber of Reardon is looking after properry inter est*. . Masonic will hold its Jllntfou the first and third Tues • oftacb m onth in the Masonic Jnibofe the Columbia pharmacy. From Monday's Daily gcbool sit* meeting tonight, p. G. Fuller went to Spokane tonight A B grown Sundayed in Spokane „jtb bis family yfiVTVD —At the American Restaur iPtfiwh butter and eggs. One Residence Lot for sale at a bar- HlB. inquire at this office. L J. Barham is building a new dwelling housa on his east 5 acre tract. gl,ty-one laborers for the new rail roadcontraction work came in yes terday from Daluth. 0, j. McNeal of Loveland Col., has moved to Kennewick r ' r building i bouse no land he bought Jr< m Wash Hettinger. Lester Webster left tonight St. John, Wash., where he will join his wife in risiting friends. They will return the lilt of the week. W. A. Morain has gone to Spokane Mland business nnd will run dow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 January 1906

CHAPTER IX. For some reason Pauline Mailing was In a very irritable state of mind. Per haps she was regretting the moment's impulse that had prompted her to ac cept a nameless young painter. Babette. too, seemingly had a weight on her miud. She crept about her work, laying out Miss Mailing's elegant evening toilet with a subdued air very different from her usual noiseless activity. Babette was doing her best to get through her duties, when, as ill luck would have it, memory for a moment asserted itself and brought before her a picture of a pretty black ,eyed urchin tossing from side to side in his small cot and crying out her name unceasingly as he refused tke cooling drink offered by a hand he did not love. The maid sobbed—sobbed audibly. Miss Mailing raised her eyes from their contemplation of the carpet and looked in dignified surprise at the young Frenchwoman. Noting for the first time the signs of tears on her face, Miss Mailing felt angry. "What in heaven's name is the matter ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 January 1906

Eruptions the only way to get, rid of pimples and other erup tions is to cleanse the blood, improve the digestion, stim ulate the kidney, liver and sljn. The medicine to take is Hood's Sarsaparilla Which has cured thousands. CALVE takes songstress. Loi« f reurt of Seattle t0 Be Given Education in Paris by the Famous Artist. Seattle, Wash. —Madame Calve, the celebrated prima donna, who sang here in concert, has discovered a voung girl contralto, Lois Feurt, for whom she predicts great things. The ir l w bo is but 17 years of age, was riven an audience by Mme. Calve in the Lincoln hotel, and sang with such exquisite charm that the great prima donna, with tears in her eyes, clasped the girl to her breast, saying, "You have the voice, you have the tempera ment, you have the physique, you will be great." The other members of Mme. Calve's company were also amazed at the girl's marvelous voice, and predict a future for her. After singing Gounod's ■'Ob, That We Two Were Maying," Mme. Calve ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 January 1906

Schrader & Callahan Contractors & Builders LET US FIGURE WITH YOU FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP PI.ANS AND SPECIFICATIONS GUARANTEED ON APPLICATION At the Boston Store. You will always find a full supply of DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS GLOVES SHOES OVERSHOES RUBBERS We have tried many brands of shoes and have found by experience that 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 GROCERIES^— always on hand at the lowest prices. We sell for cash and don't ask you to pay for bad debts. R. H. Anderson J. W. HEWETSON, Physician and Surgeon. General Practice. Special attention given to all diseases and operations in the eye, ear, nose and throat. Glasses accurately fitted. Office over Columbia Pharmacy. Kennewick, Washington. C. O. ANDERSON, Attorney at Law. Prosecuting Attorney, Kenton County Kennewick. Washington. C. F. BREITHAUPT, Notary Public Real Estate, Insurance Kennewick, Washington. J. W. CALLICOTTE, . At...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 February 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 41 School Location Discussed jjoiTOR op the Courier: Will you give me space for a dis ggjtion of the school site question? lam anxious that such an import ant matter may not be settled with out the most careful consideration. to the merits of the several #0: The Hover site is amply j irgt) 2 .06 acres, in the shape of a iqnare. It is sightly, situated on elevation affording an excellent vie* fr»m both railroads, the river end all the surrounding country. It is easily accessible from all parts d the district, being */ 2 mile nearer to the rapidly growing southeast portion of the district than the i Amon site. Its only objection is lack of water right. The Irrigation Co's site is aboye theN. P. ditch, a wedge-shaped place 150 feet facing on Washing tern stwet, 300 feet err the south aide, 430 feet on the west, and 424 ob the north oblique along the jjtch. The only thing in its favor aa compared with the Hover site is UK fact that it is handy for a fe...

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

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITIMS 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. T. W. Barnes will be appointed col lector of customs at San Diego, Cal. Ei. peror William's birthday was celebrated Saturday with the usual observances, in Berlin. By a vote of 130 to 108 the house waived the eight hour day law for alien labor on the Panama canal. The order dismissing Midshipman Decatur from the naval academy was read «ut at dinner formation at the academy recently. He left the grounds shortly after. Jack Gineau lies dead in the morgue Tonopah, Nev., and George Cole, a member of the legislature from Nye county, is shot through the arm as the resuit of a pitched battle between union and nonunion miners at Clif ford's, on the Manhattan road. Myrtle M. Hubbard, a young woman who came to San Francisco from Se attle three months ago, committed sui cide recently by turn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 February 1906

repubug, a month USE A FALL OF A NORTBE CAU CASIAN GOVfRNHENT. Russian Soldiers and Entire Popula tion of Several Cities Constituted an Assembly and Revolutionary Army, Which Was Put Out of Busi ness by a Torpedo Boat Destroyer. St .{Petersburg, Jan. 29. —A letter from Pyatigorsk, in Caucasia, de scribes the rise and fall of the north Caucasian republic, which had a short and thrilling history of a month. Af ter the revolt of the reserve battalion garrisoning Pyatigorsk, the soldiers were joined by the entire population of that and four neighboring cities. \ constituent assembly was summon ed and a "revolutionary army" form ed consisting of the mutinous soldiers, who were led by a renegade Cossack officer and several bands of the fight ing branch of the revolutionary or ganizations and other irregulars. This "army" carried on a successful campaign against the troops guarding the railroad stations, who were driven back for some 40 miles along the line with considerable loss. The revo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 February 1906

THE WESTERN -MERCANTILE CO. GENERAL MERCHANDISE WHOLESALE RETAIL TOBACCOS CIGARS We carry a Complete Line of FURNITURE, SHOES, DRY GOODS MEN'S and WOMEN'S FURNISHINGS GROCERIES, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE Olympic Klour is the best Hover, Wash. I Kennewick Transfer Co. j # Livery and Feed Stable §» # Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. # Prompt and Satisfactory Service. 5 In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. $ <fj> J: Seeding Time Will Soon be Here If you are going to farm, don't wait until the last minute to buy your seed Richey & Gilbert Co. of Toppenish can supply you with % CHOICE POTATO SEED consisting of the following varieties: Burbanks Peerless Early Ohios Early Rose Early White Rose Early Burpees Rural New Yorker They also have some very fancy Bailey, American Banner Oats, Red Chaff Wheat, Little Club Wheat, Bluestem Wheat, Garden and Flower Seeds iu bulk, and the famous Rocky Ford Cantaloupe Seed diiect from Rocky Ford, Colorado. Send your orders iu early so thai they can ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 February 1906

THE local field From Saturday's Daily Everett L. Ely has sold his place in Section 7. V Mcßeyn"ld ß andl„ E.Johnson h ,ve moved into their fine new resi dences in the Amon addition. 3 G Fuller will be located at 816 Rorague avenue, Spokane, just across the way from Davenport's restaurant. Train service has been resumed over the >'■ p tra(,ks from s P okane ll) Pas " co the washout near Li ml having been repaired- George Hunter will start his barber •hop iutht gallery building the first ft be week. Dennis, the restaurant man, will move to Hood River, Ore. The voters in Section 7 will have a meeting tonight to discuss the school §ltequestion. We have another com munication on the subject which will appear in next Monday's daily. C B. Merrill and E. L. Mains who were partners in the Comission business at Sunnyside have dissolved, Mr. Mains retiring. He has purchased a ranch south of Sunnyside from Dr. Luithlen of Seattle. You will not find beauty in rouge pot or complex ion whitewas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 February 1906

_ CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) ohe began methodically to remove ev ery article singly, placing them neatly n a heap on the table, after reading or ooking at them. Then she turned to the other side, going through it in the same way, and reached the bottom without discovering anything more than is usually to be found in a lady's desk. With a dis appointed air, she began to replace the articles, when Miss Mailing's address ook fell from her shaking hand on to the floor. She stooped to pick it up as it lay open; and, in doing so, she saw the edge or a photograph peeping from the pocket In the cover. She took it out hurriedly, scattering, as she did so, some dead pressed violets on to the table. She shuddered when she raised the tissue paper, for it was the photograph of a grave! She went to the dressing table, where the candles were still burning, to read the name of the photographer at the back of the card. The printing was in a language she did not understand; but she guessed it must be Sp...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 February 1906

Hood's Sarsaparilla p, fles enriches and revitalizes the blood lad build* the whole system. it radically and permanently cures all blood diseases, from pimples to scrofula. is the best constitutional remedy for ca tarrh. rheumatism and dyspepsia. There is no time of year when it is not more widely useful than any other medicine. Th ese statements are confirmed daily by cured and grateful men and women. , Over 40.000 testimonials in the last two e »rs-an unequaled. unapproached record ! T Vnw put up in tablets, as well as usual liquid form. 100 Doses One Dollar. Root Dined Chinese. Washington, Jan. 28.—The members of the imperial Chinese commission Saturday were the guests of honor at a luncheon given by Secretary Root. About 70 guests were present. There we re no speeches, but Secretary Root proposed the health of the emperor of China and President Roosevelt. James Palache Dead. Pacific Grove, Cal. —James Palache, manager of the Spooi Cotton company of San Francisco, who resided in ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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