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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 February 1906

MARKET g^^E9£^^fl|^B^Hp^^^^JEnjjßj3fig QfWSWPEM _ c, , toCIEIffiINNEK For Sak by t 4 Hawes & Schoch MPK.WS Wlfrt PURCHASES OF cK\ s ß^% _ Sunflower Shoe Is made as carefully and conscientiously F Wlas If the success of tho manuiacturer *H J J depended on the satisfaction It gives the C yl . i More Sunflower Shoes for men are being fancy and purse of the buyer to i J all good leathers, for dress, & FRd semi-dress and work-a-day wear. A shoo L "> for every man, at Just the price ho wants *°A»k us for Sunflower Shoes* [WfTuil & Goodwin; W Successors to A. H. JOHNSON W Schrader & Callahan _ Contractors & LET WITH YOU plans and specifications ON APPLICATION St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. | LARGEST SAW MILL IN THE WORLD | Pioneer Yard, of Kennewick. Do not hesitate to give us a call when in need of anything ia LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS, HAIR, LIME, PLASTER. CEMENT, POSTS or BUILDING MATERIAL of any kind. We are here to please, as has always be...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 February 1906

VOL. IV. NO. 42 School Site Election. " The school election Saturday created considerable excitement atjd a heavy voie was poded. The Aat vote was 334, of which the N P. site received »9 2 1 the Hover site, 78; and the Amon site, 64. The people by a decisive majo itv :nade their selection and nov me next thing is to put up th' Id - mg. Whiskey Saves Lives. A pail of oysters and a case of whiskey found in the express car kept the passengers on a railroad train in North Dakota alive and in fe&fe while the train was stalled days by snowdrifts. There were 16 passengers and the train ctew, and the oysters were served up in the most informal manner on a coal shovel. There would prob ably have been loss of life but for the whiskey, say the passengers. ' Ferbracbe Case Settled. The case of the Portland & Sea ttle riilw?y company against L. R. Ferbracheet al has been settled out of court and the right of way sectted. The Umatilla tnnnel oom» in this piece and men were pat to work at ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 February 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOOE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. All cable connection with Buena Vent .a is still interrupted. Riciiard L. Ashurst has been ap point postmaster at Philadelphia, to succeed Clayton McMichael. Admiral and Mrs. Winfield Scott Schley were in an exciting runaway acciuent, recently, at the National Capital. Mount Vesuvius is in eruption from ft fissure 400 meters in length on the right side of the mountain. It is a magnificent sight. Puulic Printer Stillings has appoint ed Charles S. Brown of Grand Rapids, Mich., to be chief inspector of the government printing offices. Cameron A. Owens, assistant cashier ®f the W. K. Vanderslice Jewelry com pany of San Francisco, committed sui side recently by gas asphyxiation. Ukiah, Cal—Frank Willard, a half breed, who murdered SherifE Smith on December 22 last, was sentenced to be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 February 1906

BRITISH POLITICS IT IS REPORTED BALFOUR AND CHAMBERLAIN DISAGREE Believed Mr. Chamberlain Will Or ganize a Separate Party on Tariff Reform —Leadership of Unionists May Be Wrested From Former Premier. London, Feb. 5. —That there is a split in the unionist party is recog nized as an existing fact by the union ist newspapers this morning. They say it is definitely known that Mr. Balfour and Mr. Chamberlain have agreed to disagree and that it is believed Mr. Chamberlain will withdraw from his adhesion to Mr. Balforur and organize a separate party on tariff reform. This, it is admitted by the Standard, the Morning Post and other unionist news papers, will not be the only effect ot the desertion of Mr. Chamberlain, un less. indeed, Mr. Balfour decides to call a meeting of the party and allow its members to decide the question of leadership. Even then, the papers say, it is not believed that either Mr. Bal four or Mr. Chamberlain wi'l recede, the former premier having told Mr. Chamberlain ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 February 1906

H. A. HOWE HARDWARE FURNITURE IMPLEMENTS Garden Tools, Vehicles of all Icinds A. Thoroughly Guaranteed: Sewing Machine for $27 Red Jacket Pumpa, Old Hickory Wagons Superior Drills, Universal ltanges Sherwin & Williams Paints are a few of the standard lines of goods we handle Let us figure on your Hardware and Plumbing bill before you build that new house. A Complete Line of Undertaking Goods al ways on hand. Licensed Embalmer. Out of town calls promptly attended Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable • Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. At the Boston Store You will always find a full supply of DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS GLOVES 1 SHOES OVERSHOES K RUBBERS \ We have tried many brands of shoes and have found by | experience that the MAYER SHOES are the best made and )>ave decided to stand by them. We will guarantee <*Bfery pair. A full stock of the best QROCERIES*=f= always on hand at the low«st prices. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 February 1906

the local field From Saturday's Daily C E. Rig£ s > ° { Lowiston Idaho, is in town on business. About 50 men worked on the ceme tary site yesterday and the work pro pressed in fine shape. About two-thirds of the tract was cleared and one-half the posts set. The work will be com pleted Wednesday. E, D. Spicer and wife who have been here for several days over the valley have decided to lite at Hover. He has purchased 15 acrei there and town property to the amount of $0,000. Mr. Spicer will at once commence the improvement of his land for spring planting and erect a han&ome resi dence. At the men's meeting Suuday last it wan decided to organize a "Men's Christian League" for the purpose of fellowship and mutuil helpfulness. Prof. C Vertrees was closen tempora ry president and H H Peter, secretary A meeting will be hel« Sunday, at 3 p mat the Congregaticnal church to determine more deflnitily tho nature and purpose of the Le^ue C. W. Story brought to our office a bunch of alfalfa...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 February 1906

CHAPTER XIII. Pauline made an effort to look unlike ■self; but hers was an individuality easily hidden under a large plaid veling wrap and a plain black bonnet 1 veil. At any rate. Mr. Daws was deceived by them, and guessed who visitor was the moment she was wn into his dusty little private office, le remained standing silent and mo nless, with his bright, beadlike eyes matching her from under his heavy brows Qntil she felt almost hysterical. "I have come with reference to an ad vertisement in this morning's Times." she began. "I believe you inserted it?" No." She looked incredulous for a moment, then said: "Then, if you did not, you know who did, and you will favor me with their address." "What for?" "I wish to see them." "Why ?" "Why!" Pauline drew herself up proudly, for she was getting irritted, as she answered. "I think that is my busi ness." "Not at all'_ It is ours." surely not refuse to let me ■HSavefhe address of the person who put that notice in this morning's Times, when ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 February 1906

lood Humors nnnly ause pimples, boils, hives, eczema jt rheum, or some other form of erup but sometimes they exist in the system, jtril by feelings of weakness, languor, 0 f appetite, or general debility, without inp any breaking out. od's Sai saparilla expels them, renovates, pthens and tones the whole system, is the testimony of thousands annually. lOcTsSarsaparilla ts.'i.ir 1 o itself. Aecept no substitute, n c|st on having Hood's an<l get it today, (id or tablets, 100 Doses One Dollar. kANE— [Wholesale Produce Prices. getables —Potatoes, "75c cwt; I $1.25 cwt; turnips, $1.10@1.25 rutabagas, $1.10@1.25 cwt; sweet iocs , ?2.<5@2.90 cwt; cabbage, @1.50 cwt; carrots, $1 cwt. pies—Spitzenburg, $2.50 bex; isaps, $2.50@3.50 box; Rome ties, $2.25 box; yellow Newtowns, @3.50 box; Baldwins, $2 box; i Twig, $2.25 box; cooking ap -5 tier, $1.25@1.50 box; 4 tier, @2 box; Ben Davis, $1.50 box; iridge, $2.25 box; Wageners, $2.50 inges—s2.2s@3.2s box; lemons, ', $'5.2!)@5.50 case; choice,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 February 1906

KENNEWICK market FRESH FISH y EVERY TO ALU — — (hurcm Suppers „ c, . SOClETY*dinners For Sa!e by * maJWg® Hawes & Schoch Mpkjks with Purchases of %r* " p^^ 1 . Sls©e m" »Is made as care?-;ny ard coascientisßs'y «!\ ' ft More Sunflower Shoes for men ars fcclns l [ sold every month, eimply becaasc tiioy 51i T the foot, fancy and purse oS the buyer to j| s * jj all good leathers, for dress, Jp^srs^i & semi-dress and work-a-dcy wear., Ashes —<;a* K lor every man, at just the price fce \vccts us for Sunflower Sheer. W?- a MBtuII & Goodwin, 83^ Successors to A. H. JOHNSON Schrader & Callahan Contractors & Builders LET US FIGURE WITH YOU FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS GUARANTEED ON APPLICATION ♦ Front Street ♦ KENNEWICK Sylvester 9 Proprietors St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. | | largest saw mill in the world [ Pioneer Yard, of Kennewick. Do not hesitate to give us a call when in need of anything in I UMBER I ATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS. SASH, DOORS, H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 February 1906

I f I""* 5 1/ T "I " W f /• ,■ v : ? * x a I "a, 1 Sf |! I ~%j j %J '\/ .4 ?': lt% oy ' L - H ' b k...J& A 1 II £_** Mm. JL**i %als CT f .!. II Ik. ' %&< I. $t\ VOL. IV NO. ■the te a One of the firs' n • - >'' ; s directed b ibout the pises »- Implat •• " business, butluuig * :3LTC VOlir if- ! — ■acilities. ' and the one .... ■ :S "■ m tl at t or consumpt ev try e ,n the locality 11 lUi4 •"•" f -^ a ■ iD< r to the community throtn rat tjie year manv thousonc •'• again every product \\ <-.••- a:<t ■*<■:■ in a particular commui -a i- - to- Snl oat, the producers prp amounting to t .a j > dollars. The aggregate of t:v freight or transportation rati a pso • by the consumer and producer, m a 'arming community is an •iv-t 01 ntal importance dunna .to year, m d which in a large measure det •rinices the prohts cf n s %en :•: y jus ness whether he is a mtr.xau.t jrfarmer or whatever o< y 1 .. Ie tuav follow, tint tut item is. ... , ve c f thegr« portai 0 the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 February 1906

CHAPTER XV.—(Continued.) Every nerve in Pauline's body was vi brating, and a sense of suffocation came over her. Had this man at last seen the advertisement or been told of it? Perhaps, too, he had been to those dread ful people, Daws & Raven, and obtain ed from them the information that would ruin her. She turned to Jack eagerly. "Don't see them. Jack!" she said, pleadingly. '"They will keep you all the afternoon, and we are so comfortable." Jack felt that his position was hardly pleasant. If they had asked for him he ought to go to them. But still he admitted that Pauline's objection was quite natural. He could understand her wish that he should not meet Ethel more than was necessary. ery well," he acquiesced. "Not at home, Babette." The Frenchwoman retraced her steps down the* long gallery, with a look ot deep disappointment on her face. She had expected so much from the appear ance of these people. She had built on the abrupt termination of this hateful engagement through th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 February 1906

Hood'.s Sarsaparilla purpasM-d all other medicines, in merit. ami cures. Its success, great as it has been, has ap parently only just begun. It received more testimonials in the last two -ears than any previous two-over 40.000. It ha* the abiding confidence of the people— the strongest proof of its unequaled worth. It purifies the blovd. cures all blood dis eases. all humors and all eruptions. It strengthens the stomach, creates an npetite and builds up the whole system. It cures that tired feeling and makes the treak strong. in usual liquid, or in new tablet form, Jfln iv.KfS One Dollar. OREGON ITEMS. Portland Fair stockholders will re ceive $100,000. This amount repre sents about 25 per cent of their sub scriptions. The Northwest Sabbath School asso ciation, the Municipal association and Mayor Lake of Portland are said to favor Sunday closing. At Baker City Fred Newhaus, con tractor and builder, formerly a resi dent of Spokane, died Sunday as the result of injuries received in a s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 February 1906

H. A. HOWE HARDWARE FURNITURE IMPLEMENTS Garden Tools, Vehicles of all kinds A. Thoroughly Guaranteed Sewing Machine for $27 Red Jacket Pumps, Old Hickory Wagons Superior Drills, Universal Ranges Sherwin & Williams Paints are a few of the standard lines of goods we handle Let us figure on your Hardware and Plumbing bill before you build that new house. A Complete Line of Undertaking Goods al ways on hand.. Licensed Embalmer. Out of town calls promptly attended. Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty . Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. Get Busy! And don't forget that we are headquarters for Feeds and Seeds by the sack or car lot W« are always at your service. ONION SETS are all the rage. Try a few. Columbia Commission Co. 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 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 February 1906

rajLOCAL FIELD 1 Froa. Saturday'a Dally of North Coast surveyors are near Relief. . Mrt Scott is down from North klm# visiting hi. sou, Postmaster jott. v M Kent bw contracted to remove J-k»from Homle rapids and will work Monday. im Golland made this office ft pleas -11 tndav. He is beginning seed c F Lott, who has been down . m Vorth Vakima visiting her bus -25, r#turu«d to that city tbl. noralDf* « A Rogers of Section Seven re (lid'last evening tam a visit to Sell. Montana. He reports a tem- JJS. of 4 degree- below zero up there. Howard A Swingle, architects, of ptndleto*, Ore., will -pen a branch *** 4 G. bonding the first of next week. Th. editors of the Union and the *" h °' W.II. W.U., felled oil a flit fi«ht reeently. We L„u.dth.bo,. were quarreling over "a joint rate" on advertising. gattioi» P r ' ce h, * h * nou « h to be 9at " itfactory to both would be a good basis of settlement. The commercial clubs of Pasco and Prosser have appointed delegates to attend the meeting at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 February 1906

MEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOOE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres Ouring the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. John Brady, 22, unemployed waiter, is under arrest in St. Louis and has confessed to having stabbed 14 women slightly. He says he just felt a de sire to cause pain to any woman. Among the 188 members of the class which graduated from the Unit ed States naval academy at Annapolis last Monday, who shortly enter upon their two years' service at sea before receiving their commissions as en signs, are an unusually large number of bright young westerners. President Loubet Saturday night gave a farewell dinner at the Elysee palace to the cabinet members and their families, a number of personal friends and the members of his staff. Mrs. Edward Lett and her three children were burned to death in a fire which destroyed their home at Mis souri Valley, lowa. The oldest child was but 4 years o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 February 1906

hassacbeimminent TEIIIILE CHINESE UPRISING IS PREDICTED BY FONG WONG. Former Secretary of Six Companies in Frisco Gives Word of Warning— Washington Officials Do Not Look for Immediate Outbreak—Will Make preparations. Wong Fong. former secretary of the Six Companies in San Francisco, who is visiting in Cincinnati, Ohio, Sunday said be thought the boycott trouble in China is about to culminate in the greatest massacre of modern times. He issued the following warning to several American friends Sunday, tele graphing it to Seattle, Los Angeles and San Francisco: "Blow is about to fall. Cable warn ings to friends to leave China at once. Tell them seek protection of Germany temporarily and get out of the country before February 24." Fong is visiting Ah Lee Wai, the wealthiest of the local Chinese col ony, and after the messages were sent explained their purport as follows: "I received word Sunday mornfng that an order had been sent out to subordinate circles of Chinese reform associations...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 February 1906

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 February 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 44 The Future Great Shipping Center=== 250 Miles from the Sea A century ago, when the Lewis and Clark expedition started out on their remarkable journey, plunging into the desert wilds, to discover the Father of Waters on the Pacific coast, their aim and ot>- ject was, first, to reach the point where the waters diviued and flowed toward the Pacific ocean and their goal in particular was the Columbia river. Almost one year was spent in their toilsome journey before they had penetrated far Enough toward the setting sun to reach this magnificent stream. At the confluence of the Snake and Columbia they camped, meeting representatives of the various Ind ian tribes, cand the confluence of the snake and Columbia was thus rendered historic upou the first sight of civilized man, and future history will record that other great achievements on this historic spot will be enacted by the future gen erations. The reason that, during the pres ent century, the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 February 1906

BRILLIANT WEDDING MOSEVELT-LONGWORTH NOP TIILS AT WASHINGTON. Most Distinguished People of Entire Globe Were Present—White House Decorated in Grand Style—Episco pal Marriage Service Used—Presi dent First to Greet Mrs. Lang worth. A few moments before the stroke of twelve Miss Roosevelt left her dainty boudoir on the second floor of the White House, where she had been assisted in donning her wed ding garments by her cousins, the Misses Robinson. On the arm of her father she descended the pri vate stairway at the west end of the mansion between the state din ing room and the breakfast room, while the Marine Band, stationed in the marble lobby, struck up the bridal chorous from "Lohengrin." At the foot of the stairs they were met by the 'President's mili tary aides and the ushers who led the march down the long corridor to, the East Room where the guests had already assembled. Members of the Longworth and Roosevelt families were seated at the right, in a space set apart by floral chain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 February 1906

REWSOFNORTHWEST WASBINGTON, 10AH0, MONTANA 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. One billion dollars is estimated to h the money value of the standing timber in the five Pacific states- Washington, Idaho. Oregon, Califor nia and Montanan—and, according to government reports, just to hand, the timbered areas are approximately as follows: Washington, 51 per cent of the total area of the state: Idaho, 42 per cent- Oregon, 30 per cent; Montana, 29 per cent, and California, 22 per cent. The full total, in board measure, is placed at something like 700,000,000,- 000 feet, or more than 12 times as much as the three great lumbering states—Minnesota,' Wisconsin and Michigan —combined. To carry the comarison further, it is conservatively estimated that the five Pacific states have 100 per cent more standing timber at the present time than Minnesota, Wisconsin...

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