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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 January 1904

US AND MINING NEWS PROPERTIES HAVE BETTLED 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 a Success— Accidents and Personals. The director of the mint has made, public his annual statements of the ap-! proximate distribution by producing ■ states and territories of the product of gold and silver of the United States for 1902 and 1903. That for 1903 for the principal Btates follows: Silver. Coin- Gold mercial Vp'. Alaska $ 6,921,157 $ 16,540 Arizona 4,754,000 1,932,115 California .. .. 16,535,525 407,664 ; Colorado .. .. 22,000,000 7,517,812 j Idaho 2,167,813 3,915,000 Montana 4,134,367 5,400,000 Nevada 3,576,227 2,376,000 j New Mexico ... 372,093 151,200 j Oregon 1,364,341 67,500 South Dakota .. 2,889,137 179,965 Utah 5,036,599 8,100,000 Washington .. . 434,109 164,700 Totals .... $74,425,340 $30,520,668 The principal increases and decreas es are shown as follows: Alaska, gold, decrease $...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 January 1904

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Daniel Boyd, Attorney at Law, Local representative of the well known firm of Copp tt Ivcikett, Washington, D. C., i" contests 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, Kennewick, Wash. Miss Edna Pallister, Tcacher 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 and 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. 5. HELM, t- JEWEiEF I OPTICIAN Eyes fitted with glasses after the most approved methods. Clock and Watch Repairing; Clocks, Watches and Jewelry for Sale. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. KENNEWICK LAND CO. BUILDING, Yakima Street, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 January 1904

„* SUNNYSIDE The Largest Irrigated District in the Beautiful and Fertile YAKIMA VALLEY THE WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO. offers for sale iands suited to the production of High Grade CROPS of Diversified CHARACTER comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all kinds, a country of intensive farming and licautiful homes. Raw I.aiuls $60.00 to $90.00 per acre according to location WITH WATER RIGHT Terms: One-fifth down, balance in 5 years at 6 per cent. These Lands are all watered by the GREAT SUNNYSIDE CANAL For particulars, inquire of or write to WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO., Zillah, Wash. ®hf Columbia <f>ouricv C. O. ANDERSON, Ktlitor Published Kvery Friday at Kenne wlek, Washington TI'TUMH OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.60 HixM.ir.thn .... .75 1 Three Months .... ,50 Advertising Hates Mnde Known Upon Application Thk Columbia Courikr fs entered ns second class matter at the post office in JCennkwick, Wash. The days arc rapidly longth ing out on accou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 January 1904

! KENNEWICKLES \ C. A. Lundy is back from a trip to Spokane and KUensburg. Big bargains in liats and over coats at Scott & Co. Mrs. Sclnader is on the sick roll, but is reported improving. The house of 11. A. Bier is re ceiving a coat of paint. Mr. Bartlett has let a contract to bnild an add'tion to his house in the Strawberry Gardens. H. R. Hayes writes that he is still in Spokane, but docs not know haw much longer he will remain. Harness and harness repairs—a full line —at the Kennewick Hard ware Co. Mrs. Ida (i. Riggs has been here from Lewiston. Idaho, visiting with Mrs. I„. G. Moore. 1,. G. Moore is having 23 acres leveled of his land near town and will seed it in February. The Merchan is having an addi tional sign painted by a traveling artist. We have the agency for the New Home and the Royal sewing ma c'rints —Rudow Sc Scnweikert. The public schools will open again Mondiy. The teachers are attending the teacher's institute at North Yakima at present. Two gentlemen from D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 January 1904

1118 If! Hiß CHICAGO SPENT SUNDAY IN BURYING VICTIMS. Was not Enough Hearses to Supply Den;.- —Heavy Snow Retarded Pro£i ess —Some Funerals Defered a Day—Men Worked All Night In Cemeteries —Total Dead 588. Chicago, Jan. 4.—Sunday was a day of funerals in Chicago and yet many were unable to bury tneir dead. The unprecedented demand lor hearses and carriages would havo been enough In itself to task to the very utmost the resources of the undertakers, but the heavy snow that has fallen during the last two days has Increased their dif ficulties enoimously. All of the ceme teries in Chicago are miles from the business center and resident districts and with good weather and the 6troets in passable condition it is a matter of several hours to reach any of them. Sunday, when every hearse was In demand, *t required about twice as long to reach a cemetery as under normal conditions. Arrangements were made by the undei takers to have as many funerals as possible held in the early part of the d...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 January 1904

PRINCE MATHILDE DEAD. All France Mourns the Loss of a Favorite. Paris. —Princess Mathilde, the only daughter 01 Prince Jerome Bonaparte, is dead. Shortly before the princess expired, ex-Empress Eugenie and Prin cess Clothilde visited the bedside. The death of Princess Mathilde has caused sorrow throughout France, not only because she was one of the last of the Napoleons, but because she was always known as "the good princess." Prince Jerome Bonaparte arranged a marriage between his daughter and Louis Napoleon, but without success. The pretender, who later became em peror, caused the breaking oft of the match and this rupture was followed by Princess Mathilde's marriage to! Count Demidorff, a rich Russian. While they were in St. Petersburg j Emperor Nicholas conceived a great affection for the princess and gave her a decree of divorce when she was no longer able to live with her husband. TWINS CAN NOT CELEBRATE. Peculiar Circumstances of Birth at Versailles, Ohio. Versailles, Ohio, J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 January 1904

GOVERNOR OF OREGON Uses Pe-ru-na For Colds r i ~nn i —i ihhttetmh — CAPITOL BUILDING, SALEM, OREGON. A Letter From the Governor of Oregon. Peruna in known from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Letters of congratula tion and commendation testifying to the merits of Peruna as a catarrh rem edy are pouring in from every state in the union. Dr. Hartman is receiving nundreds of such letters daily. All classes write these letters, from the highest to the lowest. The outdoor laborer, the indoor ar tisan, the clerk, the editor, the states man, the preacher—all agree that Pe runa is the catarrh remedy of the age. The stage and rostrum, recognizing ca tarrh as their greatest enemy, are es pecially enthusiastic in their praise and testimony. Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely free from catarrh. Catarrh is well nigh universal; almost omnipresent. Peruna is the only abso lute safeguard known. A cold is the beginning of catarrh. To prevent colds, to cure colds, is to cheat catarrh out...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 January 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOE. 11. NO. 48. "Gold Top" Bottled Beer Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. Olympia Bottled Beer. Uest 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—New stock. Prices to suit everyone. KENNEWICK KENNEWICIC, "WASHINGTON, FItIDAY, JANUAIIY 15, 1904. THREE MM STATES LATE NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK BRIEFLY TOLD. Choice Selection ol Interesting Items Gathered From Exchanges—Cuiiings From Washington, Idaho, Montana —Numerous Accidents and Personal Happenings...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 January 1904

MIES H 111 m 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 a Success— Accidents and Personals. The first annual meeting of the Cen tral Idaho Mining held re cently at Lewiston, Idaho, 100 out of 13y members being represented in per son and by proxy. The following of ficers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Frank Brown; vice president, Ezra Baird; treasurer, John P. Vollmer; governing board, Frank Brown, Lester B. CoOln, M. Donzac, F. H. Wood, Lewiston; George K. Reed, Grangeville; C. O. Clark, Big Creek; Gardner I. Porter, Elk; C. P. Richardson, Newsome; G. A. Nehr hood, Imnaha; W. S. Wilkinson, Pierce; J. 13. btanchall, Buffalo Hump. British Columbia Mines. Ore shipments from Rossland for the first nine days of the new year are: Le Roi, (J970; Center Star, 1530; War Eagle, 1170; Kootenay, 375; Jum bo, 328; Le Roi No. 2, 640; Le Roi No. 2 (milled), 330...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 January 1904

[wmimiim 1 COLUMBIA IS MAKING ACTIVE PREPARATION S. They Have HUM) men Titumati Under Three of Her He»t General* — Well Armed — Indian Chief Sella Small CunoeH to ha Used by Army —War- »hii>t* Depurt From Colon* Colon,. Tan. 14.—United States naval authorities here appear to be convinced from the tenor of the reports which are continually brought that Columbia is determined to send an army to attack Panama. The Pauamaiau authoirties have received official of the fact that the Columbian troops at Titumati number at least 4000 men, under the command of General Oritz, Urieb Uribe, Bustamenta and Novo. These troops are well armed and sup plied with ammunition, and have lour guns, three steam launches and a large supply of cattle. The district is an unproductive one, and the provisions and other supplies which the troops possess have been brought to them from other points. The government learned these facts from a reliable informant at Titumati, who contrives to send news of events fr...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 January 1904

SUNNYSIDE The Largest Irrigated District in the Beautiful and Fertile YAKIMA VALLEY THE WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO. offers for sale iands suited to the production of High Grade CROPS of Diversified CHARACTER comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all kinds, a country of intensive fanning and beautiful homes. Raw I.auds $60.00 to $go.cx> per acre according to location WITH WATER RIGHT Terms: One-fifth down, balance in 5 years at 6 per cent. These Lands are all watered by the GREAT SUNNYSIDE CANAL For particulars, inquire of or write to WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO., Zillah, Wash. Sltf Columbia (Oonncv C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday ut Kenuc wick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, In Advance - • $1.5(1 Six Mentha .... .75 Thrive Months .... .50 Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application Tub Columbia Courier la entered a* second class matter at the prist office in Kknnkwick, Wash. xotick:of elect fox. TAKE NOTICE, That, Wbureau, a petit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 January 1904

] KENNEWICKLES \ C. li, Griffith was over from VV'alla Walla Saturday ancl Sunday. J, W. Hawkins came over from' Paha Sunday. Two carloads of nails at the Ken newick Hardware Co. (jet your barbed wire at the Ken newick Hardware Co. Mrs. Jol n Schafer arrived tram Seattle Tuesday, and will remain here in the future. Chat ley Giezentanner was over from Pasco the other day shaking hands with his acquaintances. Thos. Cosgrove went to Spokane this week and will reira'n away a few days. Werueitch Bros. & 1,. Biati ehard are clearing the J. J Busch forty in section 35. Win. Steigler is putting up a building 011 his place in section seven, The public schools opened again < Monday after a vacation of two I two weeks. The N. P. Irrigation company] is building an ice house for the : use of their employees. St ldents may enter any time at the Academy Kmanuel, as work! is so arranged as to meet each in- i dividual need. H. A. Hover lost a fine horse Tuesday morning. The disease bore the s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 January 1904

TELEGRAPH«SIMM 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. The O. R. & N. will soon start con struction on its extension troni Raparia, along the Snake river, to Lewistou, Idaho. Ruth, daughter of ex-President Cleve land, died at tho Cleveland home re cently. Death was very sudden and un expected and came as a result of weak heart action, due to a light attack of diptheria. She was 15 years of age. Several of the Rousoh Manufactur ing company of Chicago, had to jump for their lives to escape fire recently, which followed an explosion in the third and fourth stories of the plant. One man was killed, but the others are_ believed to have escaped. Eleven students of the University of Washington have been suspended from college because of their alleged repre hensible actions while making a holi day tour of the state as members of th...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 January 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. II« NO. 49 - ''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 BTORE OF Johnson AND Fullerton We have everything in the line of Generals- Merchandise Fresh goods—New stock. Prices to suit everyone. -.1 KENNEWICK KENNEWIQK, WASHINGTON, FKI DAY, .JANUAItV 22, 1904. THREE mm suits 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 Happeni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 January 1904

MIS 1 IP NEWS 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 a Success— Accidents and Personals. Senator Heyburn of Idaho recently lias introduced a bill In the senate to amend section 2326 of the revised statutes of the United States relative to mining claims. The bill provides that actions brought in support of ad verse claims filed against any applica tions shall be deemed actions at law and tried as other actions at law are tried in the jurisdiction where such suit arises. British Columbia Mines. Another entire change of manage pient has taken place at the Ymir mine, G. rf. Barnhardt succeeding P. M. Atwater as general maneger. Mr. Barnhardt was formerly superinten dent in charge of the property under S. S. Fowler, the company's engineer. Retrenchment is being inaugurated and there has been a wholesale cut ting down of expense, involving the dismissal of a larg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 January 1904

MAPI NEWS SUMMARY CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happening* In Both: Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Event* Tersely Told. The San Francisco Examiner an nounces the failure of Seymour R. Church, the California pig iron mer chant, the liabilities being placed at $320,000. C. E. Bacon and A. H. Butler, pres ident and cashier of the Lockport, 111., bank, which recently failed, have been indicted on a charge of embezzlement. General John C. Black, recently ap pointed a member of the civil service commission, has taken the oath of of fice and will at once enter upon his duties. The supreme court has issued the mandate committing Blanche Boise to jail for 30 days and to pay a fine of $100. This is the affirmation of the district court sentence wherein Miss Boies was sentenced for smashing sa loon fixtures anu windows. The Dime Savings bank of Ports mouth, Va., closed its doors. The al leged defal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 January 1904

SUNNYSIDE s* The Largest Irrigated District in the Beautiful and Fertile YAKIMA VALLEY THE WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO. offers for sale iands suited to the production of High Grade CROPS of Diversified CHARACTER comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetabies and garden truck of all kinds, a country of intensive fanning and beautiful homes. Raw Lands $60.00 to $90.00 per acre according to location WITH WATER RIGHT Terms: One-fifth down, balance in 5 years at 6 jier cent. These Lands are all watered bvthe GREAT SUNNYSIDE CANAL For particulars, inquire of or write to WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO., Zillah, Wash. SEltr (Soltimfoit Courier C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday at Kenne wlek, Washington TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, In Advance - - $1.50 Six Mentha .... .75" Three Months .... ,f>o I Advertising Rates Made Known Upon 1 Application Tmt Columbia Courikr In entered ** second class matter at flie pout ofllce in Kknnewick, Wash. NOTICE OK ELECTION'. TAKE NOTICE, That, Whereas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 January 1904

r J KENNEWICKLES; I - Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Nichols a baby girl- Common lumber sells at $14 per thousand. —Km igh's Lumber Yard. A. V. Mcßeynolds is back from a trip to Spokane. The suit to be raffled off at Scott & Co s. store will l>e made to order for the lucky winner. Mrs. W. A. Flower has gone 011 a visit to her folks in British Col umbia. and will remain away for a month or so. H. R. Hayes who formerly owned the Columbia Pharmacy is going to Seattle in a few days where he will enlist in the United States Navy. F. O. Gibbons is building a house on his tract in the Hover Villa, and has come to stay. His house will overlook the river and his place is beautifully located. Ray Fox is back from North Yakima having been released from the charge for which he was taken in custody 011 account of insufficient evidence. \V. H. Kline and family of Thompson Falls arrived at Kenne wick lately and have moved onto the Breitheupt place now owned by S. H. Anion. The family of 11. A. Bier a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 January 1904

SOD HOUSES AND DUGOUTS. A PIONEER PRAIRIE SOD HOUSE. The sod house and dugout were fitting settings In the beautiful pan oramic prairie pictures twenty-five u> thirty years ago. They did not mar the beauty and harmony of the scene and were better adapted to the con ditions and surroundings than a frame house would have been. They not only solved the problem, so far as ease of construction was concerned, but were more comfortable and a better protection against prairie Area, cyclones and bllrzards than frame houses. Fuel for heating and cooking often had to be hauled forty to one hundred miles, and it did not take as much to heat the sod bouse as would have been required for the kind of frame house usually built In a new country. This was quite an item in a sparsely set tled country where there were no roads and only a great bleak, trackless prairie. Had It not been for the sod house and dugout, these extensive belts of prairie—nature's greatest and best of farming lands —would ha...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 January 1904

Kmnke Yonr Own Meat. Many of tlic farmers li» the East cure liam for homo use. The quality is much better than the product sent out by the western packing houses. Bet n clean sugar barrel on a box 4 t'l. lons. 1 ft. high and wide enough for the barrel. Hore auger holes through tlie box under the barrel to let the smoke through. Make a hole in the ground under the front end of the box, so that thq fire made on a piece of tin can be shoved under the box. A half head of a barrel can be crowded down by the end of the box, closing the tire HANDY MKAW SMOKER. hole. All crevices must be banked with dirt to keep the smoke in. Drive strong wire nails near the top of the barrel to hang the hams 011. Place a strong paper or canvas over the top of the barrel and add enough bags or blankets to keep the smoke in.—Cor. Farm and Home. Home-made Wagon Jack. While wagon jacks are comparative ly low in cost, some of the cheaper ones are not desirable. If one has soiue leisure during the winter a jack ...

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