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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 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. 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 =e==QROCERI ES—»- always on hand at the lowest prices. We sell for cash a...

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. — 23 February 1906

LOCAL FIELD F rf)> Saturday's Dally Mrs. L. W. Soth, fluty, 17, 1808' a son. /fenftrf Blrd» for sale. Mrs. Nissan, Sectiou >. **nt—A four-r«'ODi house. Good Inquire ot this office. rUTH«n«on of Kennewick was a ihl. city Friday - Yakima Mtcrtt art flirting with abase •JnssfM of which Wulla WaHa and JJ.41.t00 will be members. VttLol* Bicbwdaon has accepted a "r. M ,unographer and ty pewri f wtlk th« Exchange Bank. II- D. 0- NeweH, mother of E. L. Vy right-of-way man, returned to Jihomaat Tacoma after a week's stay la ian#wiok. M#t dayof this week the Commis p. did a thousand dollars busi aiM,|9ooof U being cash. This firm HTLpioneer In wholesale business in b,t U dtlly demonstrßtil, g ItTgdraotaiM of Kennewick as a iiitributlog point and jobbing center. JTJ.ColllDf great things in »L hoc wbsn the Ceiilo canal and Inks ait eomploted giving the open r|T«r tbroagb to Portland and the •Nit. • From Monday's Daily Haw* Mill Weir'* White Lead. H. A. Hover is In Spokane on impor lMt boi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 February 1906

CHAPTER XVll.—(Continued.) The lawyer's ill-timed attempt at a joke gave Mr. Mallett the opportunity he had been longing for, and he turned upon him almost savagely. 'Be good enough to remember that this is a business interview," he said, frigidly, "and reserve your humor for a more fitting occasion." The small, shab by creature shriveled up at once, and Mr. Mallett, with a show of surface courtesy, turned to Babette. "And now madame, I think the rest of this inter view can be carried on between us two; the presence of a third person is unnec essary, as I conclude the proofs spoken of by yeu are in your possession." "I must speak this once; and I "won't interrupt again." jerked in Daws. "I am a partner in this affair—l would not have taken it but on that understanding —and, being a partner, I submit that you have no right to shut me out; there fore I stay." Mr. Mallett shrugged his shoulders with an expression of utter indifference. Bahette produced an envelope and took from it the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 February 1906

"Scrofula as to cause little if *** lance during the whole period of 0j iiJt 01 "" roduce dyspepsia, catarrh, " ®*IJh tendency to consumption, before c itself in much cutaneous erup- swelling. ,to be sure that you are quite free Hood's Sarsaparilla of it radically and permanently. • #ridr ° n substitute, but insist on having "i iQujd nr tablets. 100 Poses SI. n *• Mail Pouch Thief. h. Kingsley, alias Alfred is under arrest at Denver m ZcA with the theft of a mail c lat Hazen Junction, Nevada. November 30 last, and is said to 00 T made a full confession of the The mail pouch contained, i?des other mail, remittances of re than >5000 from Nevada banks. niTiBANTKKD CUKE FOR PILES. B Hnd. Bleeding, Protruding Piles, ate authorized to refund if pSooINTMENT fails ta cure in 6 to 14 uays. J#c. The people who are least likely to • tete public opinion are the most iLiong as to their impression on it. J| Jt irofcoutrns and colds taere is no bettei SJdkdne than Piso's Cure for Conaump !fSXpr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 February 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET TO ALL " " (hurcm Suppers u ct < v ror bale by $ SKP* Hawes & Schoch Mpkws w<rn Purchases of Every Sunflower Sfese *°Ask us for Sooflower Shoes. 4 = Schrader & Callahan Contractors & Builders LET us figure with you FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS GUARANTEED ON APPLICATION Front Street ! KENNEWICK syluester 9 f{osep\aD, proprietors J } 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 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 been our custom. Once a customer always a customer. ROSLYN LUMP COAL. DRY FIR WOOD, f- V, ALBERTY, Cashier. H, E. BALDWIN, Manager, J; W. HEWETSON, Physician and Surgeon. General Practice. Special attention given to all diseases mid operations in the ovo. ear. nose ami throat. Gl.it.si s accurat...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 March 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 4* A $20,000.00 IMPROVEMENT Water and Electric Light Systems Begun. To Complete June Ist. Work began on the system of water works for Kennewick began Monday morning. Wood & Coch ran, the grantees, lay the intake pipi and commence the reservoir. The contracts for laying the mains s,t and the installation of light plant 3r entire are let to Olympia and Spok ane firms. To everyone in Kenne wick this is joyful news. Pure water and in abundance is a necessity to the health of a com munity. To secure it is the water problem every city must solve with greater or less success. Especially 4 urgent for solution is this problem in • semi-arid section. To ne glect the question may bring on a (ever epidemic such as has been ex perienced in the older iriigated dis tricts of the Yakima valley and at Sunnyside where the situation be came so serious that the state board of health was compelled to take charge and use extreme measures to restore normal healthful ...

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

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM AU. PARTS OF THE GLO6E. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The sinoerest gratitude is expressed at Tokio on all sides at President Roosevelt's appeal to the American nation for assistance for the sufferers from famine in Japan. His action is appreciated as the timeliest mark of America's unvarying friendship. Captain Samuel Kuhns, aged 101, and Mrs. Sarah Jackson Crawford, 100 years old, residents of Loraine county, have just been married at Marysville, Ohio, after an intermit tent courtship of more than 50 years. The bride is a relative of Abraham Lincoln. President Roosevelt's letter to President Palma tendering his thanks to the Cuban congress for its generous wedding gift to his daughter, said that the sentiments dedicating the spendid gift were even more beautiful and more highly appreciated than the present itself. First Lieutenant ...

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

EIIIU GUARDS USED II |S KPOBTED HIGH CHINESE IfFICIIIS FEAR REVOLUTION. Forbidden City Now in Hands of Rifle men- _packages of Dynamite Found Street— Heir to throne May Be Cauie of Trouble—Trouble in Pal ace l« Denied. pekin, Feb. 26.—The guards around the forbidden city have been doubled, d a n the palaces and residences of Jieh officials are especially guarded. The police, who have hitherto carried batons, are now armed with rifles. All the officials that are accessible either refuse any information or profess ig norance of the reasons for the precau tions that have been taken, and as a result many rumors are afloat. Possibly the only cause is the alarm of the dowager empress over the pre valence of revolutionary rumors. The Chinese minister at Tokio a few days ago telegraphed the government warning it against several revolution ary students who were departing from japan for China. Two packages of dynamite haye been found in the ' gtree t, outside of the gate leading to the palace...

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

H. A. HOWE HARDWARE FURNITURE IMPLEMENTS Garden Tools, Vehicles of all Icinds * A. Thoroughly Guaranteed Sewing Machine for $27 Red Jacket Pump*, Old Hickory Wagons Superior Drills, Universal Ranges Sherwinjfc Williams Paints are a few of the standard lines of goods we handle Let us figure on jour 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. A PROSPEROUS MAN Can always be known by the condition of the horse he drives. LILLY'S STOCK FOOD will keep your horses always in the best of trim. v Try a package.. See us for<.the BEST ROLLED BARLEY IN TOWN. EVERYTHING IN FEEDS AND SEEDS FRUIT AND PRODUCE Thanking you in advance for your trade, we remain, yours for business, 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 experie...

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

jgE LOCAL FIELD Fron Saturday's Dally Eggs for sale, $1 for tting of fifteen. B. G. Zwanzig. * n Jobnion of Tekoa, bought 20 acres W wd this week for $75 per acre. n-onre W. Brown of Davenport, 10 acres near Finley today for ,150 per acre. i g Oahbnrn, a •olicitor for ths Ta ma Ledger la in town picking up Jtocriberafor bis paper. r*oree Hanlin of Tacoma purchased ' tioniof land near Lind at $8.00 pe f acw through Hanson & Rich. The Rleblnd Hareware Co. of which « Van Siecle was proprieter, has sold J, business to Roy Mltchner from Pa louse. H 8. Coffin took his hounds to Ken ewiflk on No. 4 today to participate in eoyote drive that is to be held there 0, week.— Republic. W. H. Hill and family expect to jjove to Wallula next week where Mr. Hill has a position as assistant manager v ith the Columbia Canal Co. * Martin Wienega his brother Bert and jfc.F. Butts, all of Chicago, are in town. first named is well known here, bating worked at the carpenter trade for a long time. He has...

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

CHAPTER XVlll.—(Continued.) Jack's feelings at that moment were not enviable. He had always looked upon Lord Summers' commission as a di rect proof of his own ability. It was a decided damper to his good opinion of himself to discover that it was due to his patron's interest in Ethel Mallett. "As you do not seem to have been ▼ery glad to hear of the engagement, perhaps you will be better pleased to hear that it is at an end." "Indeed!" "Yes; and I think you should know that Miss Mallett took the initiative in breaking it off." "I am surprised! I thought she was ▼ery fond of you. But there is no ac counting for women's actions." And then Lord Summers turned to his other neighbor and threw himself into a discussion upon the drainage of land, thus tacitly dismissing the other subject; but Jack was conscious that he was not held blameless m the matter —nor in ueed did he feel so. One point in the conversation had roused his curiosity—Lord Summers' re mark as to the name of "Mallett" be ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 March 1906

ACADEMY FIRE. novs Overcome by Flames s ,eep.ng Smoke . „ mbier Ohio.-Three are dead and * seriously injured and several ° in \»«re or less hurt as a result other l?which destroyed Milner hall, of " military academy, Delano and "id north annex. The broke out at 4 a. m. t while the an d college authorities were St fl and quickly spread through the ffiL. named, which were destroy Spring Humors Impure or effete matters accumulated in the blood during the winter cause in the spring such disfiguring n d painful troubles as boils, pimples, and other eruptions, iso weakness, loss of appetite and that tired feeling. best medicine to take to rid yourself of them is arsaparilla, which thoroughly cleanses the blood, znc ts permanent cures by giving healthy functional ggt, d the stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels and skin. is the testimony of tens of thousands who have taku > S reat spring medicine. >pt no substitute for Hood's Sarsaparilla, but in sist c having Hood's and get it today. c ib...

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

KENNEWICK MARKET FRESH W ALL I^mU^m AU. (HURCXSUPPEPS pot u For bale by . IMPORTED JAm|Se Hawes & Schoch fiAPKWS with Purchases of c)<^i?Nfe %T* ~ Sunflower Shoe § Is made as carefully and conscientiously W. -mJ 1u |f the success of the manufacturer *1 ■w J J depended on the satisfaction It gives the y Si | More Sunflower Shoes -or men are being I sold every month, almply because they fit r 1 it the foot, fancy and purse of, the buyer to J r" J Pe M«de°ln all good leathers, for dress, I jpni gem».drMg and workaday A shoe Sunflower^ Shoea. Successors to A. H. JOHNSON Schrader & Callahan Contractors & Builders LET US FIGURE WITH YOU FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS GUARANTEED ON APPLICATION j always on hand j \ Front Street j | KENNEWICK sylv/cstcr 0 F*oße/r\ao, 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 LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 March 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 4 6 rhe Public School System of Kennewick Those who looking up a location in which to build a new home and 4ucate their children always anx- inquire about the educa tional facilities in the town in w hich they cast their lot, and Ken lewick, in this respect, offers ex ceptional facilities. The citizens Kennewick and vicinity have Lerbeen on the alert to keep the ,cl,ools apace with the growing ichool population, and have laid Ihe foundation for a magnificent ,chool system, which in a few years ji> compare favorably with the tfcms in our largest cities. In the Fall of 1902, the Public Schools of Kennewick opened with m enrollment of eleven pupils. Be fore the end of the school term in the Spring of 1903 the enrollment bad increased to over eighty and two teachers were employed. The fill of 1903 the school opened with in enrollment of over ninety pupils, ind during the winter it became tecessary to employ an additional teacher, making three in all...

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

THOUSANDS PERISH ON JABITE AND ADJACENT IS LANDS DURING STORM. Several Have Disappeared—Damages Are Placed at $s,ooo,ooo—Hurricane Reached 120 Miles—British Consul Appeals for Help to United States Government for Aid—Many Suffer. The San Francisco Evening Post states that 10,000 persons perished during the storm on Tahiti and ad jacent islands, several of which, its account says, have disappeared. It places the damage at $5,000,000. These reports have not been confirmed by the officers of the steamer Mariposa, j which brought the news of the disaster from Papeete. The most destructive cyclone ever experienced in the Society and Tua motu islands occurred on February 8. The damage in Tahiti is estimated at $1,000,000, and presumably a similar amount of property was destroyed on the Tuamotu islands. The city of Papeete was inundated and about 75 houses destroyed, including the Amer ican consulate and the French govern ment building. The shipping in the harbor of Papeete escaped injury,...

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

twentvfive killed IESULT of tornado down at HERIDIIN. MISSISSIPPI. Twenty-four Persons Were Injured and Property Loss Will Be Over a Million —Twelve Blocks of Business Center Swept Away—State Swells Relief Fund —Convicts Aid. Meridian, Miss., March 4—Twenty persons are known to have been killed as a result of the tornado which swept over a section of this cjty. Twenty four persons were injured and prop erty with an estimated value of $1,- 000.000 was destroyed. Twelve blocks in the center of the business section was swept away and not one house of any consequence along Front street was left standing. In the terror and confusion following the storm reports of an appalling loss of life were cur rent, but after a careful canvass of the situation the following list of dead appears to be complete: Whites: Patrick McGinnis, conduc tor; Cliff Edwards, flagman; J. P. Tarry, W. B. Nelson, Mrs. E. A. Sin gleton and 2 year old granddaughter, j R. Smith, Mr. Stewart and little son of Cottondale...

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

HARDWARE FURNITURE IMPLEMENTS Garden Tools, Vehicles of all Iviiicis A Ttiorougtily Guaranteed Sewing for S'27 Red Jacket Pumps, Old Hickory Wagons Superior Drills, Universal Ranges Sberwin it Williams Paints are a few of the standard lines of goods we handle Let us figure on your Hardware find Plumbing bill before you build that new house. A Complete Line of Undertaking Goods al ways on hand. Licensed Embalmer. Out of town culls promptly attended SEED POTATO ES The only early white northern-grown seed in the valley. You are certain of double the yield if you buy the NORTHERN GROWN SEED. Look: for the Sign Columbia Commission Co. WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE RICHLAND KENNEWICK MABTON Valley Barn and Dray Line C. E. TRIPP & SONS, Proprietors LIVERY — GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES We d© oar own work and guarantee prompt service and fair treatment. Phone 143. At the Boston Store You will always find a full supply of DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS GLOVES SHOES OVERSHOES RUBBERS We have tri...

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

t he local field From Saturday's Daily *«-hite Inborn Eggs f«»r sale, fl for "Igofflfleeu. B. G Zwaoztg. * f mes Mounsey was taken sick J , #y aDd»physi« ia » ca,led ' . Stroud, a carpenter and build- TmDavenport. w "" h " be " ! ° n wpectlon toor. He may locate bare v Blv and family expect to move fwrnew house on their ranch in ::" C hicMolr«!W abQU. the middle of t week Thev will very much 1111- Sve the place this spring. u lß y people have commendad the murier for the issuance of its Art Sup , ,yol. A few extra copies away can still be had at thi» f® o6 ' Government irrigation in the Yaki ma valiev is aguiu held up. Benson's limatProsseris not settled by his Lnature.and the signature of the Washington Trust Co. of Spokane, his mortgagor, is also required and is as withheld. Prosser people claim tbat they will sign if Benson says the W ord, and are backed up in their con lotion by Engineer Jacobs who has jAst returned from a conference with at Spokane. What Ben- SOD will do remain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 March 1906

CHAPTER XX. H Mr. Mallett did not get much sleep while awaiting Senor Castellan's return. His mind was too busy digesting what he had just heard. Putting two and two together, bearing in mind the fact that the senor's description of his beautiful customer tallied exactly with that given of the so-called Pauline Mailing by Jack Dornton, and that the photograph taken by Castellan was afterward found in that lady's possession, his belief in the im posture was naturally strengthened, and his impatience to visit the grave and see for himself the evidence of his niece's death increased every moment. At last he heard the convent bell strike six, end, with a feeling of relief, he rose and went downstairs. He found the senor waiting below, looking triumphant, but cautious. There were several loungers about, and Mr. Mallett and Castellan passed through the room and out of the house without exchanging a word. But, once safely outside, the senor, who was brimming over with pleasant •elf-importa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 March 1906

COMPARISON OF THE POULTRY AND WHEAT PRODUCT. I'he poultry and egg products are shown by the heavy circles, and tiie wheat products by the light circles. All State circles are drawn to one »cale. The figures pointed within the circles indicate millions of dollars. No circle Is given for less than half a million dollars. The census of 1900, from which both the foregoing charts were drawn, reports a total poultry and egg product of $280,000,000, as stated on the larger of the two great circles above. The wheat product is given as $370,000,000. Ail export value of $141,000,000 leaves the home consumption $229,000,000, as stated on the imaller of the two great eircles above. Therefore the National poultry and egg bill Is almost one-fourth greater than the wheat bill. The egg bill Is about 5 per cent greater than the poultry bill. —Franklin Forbes, In Success Magazine. POOH-BAH OF PANAMA. Cfcpt. Shanton, Who Ii to Control til* HoagTeli of All Nation*. Capt George R. Shanton, of Chug water...

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