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

MARKET TO ALL (HURCX<SUPPEPS •p ci l. feKSP iulllcLk Mpwks — WITH PURCHASES OF %&* ~ - "• JLg> Sunflower Shoe. Is made as carefully and conscientiously f. -W las If the success of the manufacturer L-O 1 — *1 J J depended on the satisfaction It gives the C yi . ft More Sunflower Shoes for men are being I V# aold every month, simply because they fit rr _ 1 11, the foot, fancy and purse of the buyer to I J Pe Made°ta all good leathers, lor dress, 1 JpPlseml-dress and A shoe for Sunflower^ Shoes. Successors to A. H. JOHNSON Schrader & Callahan Contractors & Builders I*ET US FIGURE WITH YOU FIRST-CI.ASS WORKMANSHIP PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS GUARANTEED ON APPLICATION IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC always on hand Front Street KE'NNEWICK sylucßter 0 Rose/nai), 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, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS, HAIR. LIM...

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. — 16 March 1906

VOL. IV. NO. 47 COMPLETE ORGANIZATION. q g t Dennis was elected presi dent and C. L. Smith ot the Inland Emp»» e Commercial Clubs by the executive committee at their meet ing in Spokane last week. Secre cy Smith was formerly the owner or W. 0. I. Fsrmer and eas a wide gcquaintance througeouc the state especially among farmers and stock men. He has visited Kennewick it different times and is acquainted ffith some of our people. His work as editor of the paper has tak en him to all points of eastern Wash iagtonto attend agricultural and * horticultural meetings. His salary is fixed at $ioo per month and is f illawed a stenographer. P.F. Par ker of Prosser was elebted vice-pres ident and E. F. Coman, of Colfax, treasurer. Bands are to be raised by an ass essment of io cents per month on each member of the associated Clnbs. The membership is thought to J* about 1200. The permanent . exhibit of products at Spokane is to be prepared. Prizes will be offered for the best country exhibit. JO...

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

NLWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS 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. The state of affairs in Servia grows! from bad to worse, and there is every prospect of a storm. Thomas E. McKenna, for many years managing editor of the Rocky Moun tain News at Denver, is dead. The heaviest snowstorm of the win ter prevailed in Kansas last Saturday. Street car traffic was demoralized. Edwin Bindley, a prominent million aire and president of the Duquesne National bank, died in Pittsburg re cently. Announcement is made that the American Window Glass company has again advanced the price of window glass 5 per cent. The interstate commerce commis sion has formally ordered an inves tigation of the alleged railroad monop olies of coal and oil. Greensboro, N. C.—Dr. J. B. Mat thews was found guilty of the murder of his wife and was sentenced to the penitentiary for 20 ye...

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

NEWSOFNORTHWEST WASBINGTON, 10180, 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 pi ac e —Fall Trade Is Good. IDAHO NEWS. Mattle Dodson, who had the fingers of her right hand horribly scalded and mangled three weeks ago by having them caught in the mangle at a Lew iston laundry, has lost all four fin gers of her right hand. Word was received at the peni tentiary recently that Tom Taylor, released from prison there last Octo ber. after serving a long term, is again in custody at Seattle for the al leged killing of a fellow waiter in a dispute over the division of a $5 tip given by the Chinese commissioners during their recent visit in Seattle. Arrangements are being made on an elaborate scale for the dedication on March 27 of the new and hand some Masonic temple just completed in Walla Walla city. The demand for good medium sized work horses is now greater through out the Big...

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

HARDWARE FURNITURE IMPLEMENTS Garden Tools, Vehicles of all lcinds A Thoroughly Guaranteed Sewing Machine for Q27 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 promptlyattended Valley Barn and Dray Line C. E. TRIPP & SONS, Proprietors LIVERY GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES We do our own work and guarantee prompt service and fair treatment. Phone 143. SEED POTATOES The only early white northern-grown seed in the valley. You are certain of double tho yield if you buy the NORTHERN GROWN SEED. Look for the Sign Columbia Commission Co. WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE RICHLAND KENNEVVICK MABTON LOANS! LOANS! If you want to secure time loans on improved irrigated or wheat lands it will pay you to consult H. C. MITCH ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 March 1906

the local field From Saturday's Daily Go tfl Howe's for Paints, Oils and W tir's White Lead. Yeg terday was the warmest day yet, 75 above • tfSaclrtßurbank potatoes suitable (or we d. 50c. per sack. Frank Emigh. j p Penu of Spokane is in town 4n datß' cllland lookin * after proper ty mattere. K DePriest left today for Walla Wg 'll» where be has a contest in the |an d office Monday. C 0. Anderson has moved his office ' to the Hanson building on 2nd Street vbich he recently purchased. Be sure and call on A. Kolb, the sinter and see the new line of samples Jwall Paper. Office at Star Lunch Room \V W. Wells who has been the effic ient stenographer in Anderson's law office, has a line position in Yakima at an increase of salary. j N. Ely and famil J r have moved down to their place in the Chicago uscts. Mr. Ely has erected a house and chicken house this spring. w The Valley Barn is now running a 'bus to and from the Kennewick boat laudiug. meeting the boat from Hover fttlla.ui and taking...

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

CHAPTER XXl.—(Continued.) Ho you have been a rich woman. Pauling he said, turning to her kind le'*. not kQOW yet how this estrangement had been intentional on Dd l he would give hef the benefit of the doubt. "I, too, have fallen ZZZTZ'V I 1 ™ 6 "" Now - what are you £m * ,? all 1 Bee you home? Or C. .° n rou to-morrow, when you ••Quieter and calmer? Or will now?*^™ 6 aDd lo ° k at my littl6 place The®, for .the first time, Pauline raised head; and again Jack saw the ex pression of the carved tigers' heads as «ne answered her husband. r J?? Dot accom Pany you anywhere; W .« sooner klil myself—for I hate you!" The shocked clergyman would have ■pokes; but Peliing stopped him cour teously but firmly. y** must pardon me; but this is my affair, as you must acknowledge, and mine oaly." Then turning to the raging woman, he went on: "In those circum stances further discussion would be use less, and only Jack, who was watch -IDf# dosel y. guessed what wonderful self-control he was exerting to...

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

[pure Blood rtun if you take Hood's Sarsaparilla. * (y , rh , s g r eut medicine cures those eruptions, •-nples and boils that appear at all masons; !< scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema; I Ww itself equally well to, and also cures, dys- V *£ a and all stomach troubles; cures rlieu- \ JSSO7 and catarrh; cures nervous troubles, ' This' is proved bv thousands of testi- Mrs. Hcle.n L. Thompsttn o; - .--wi-ron, ' *l w > M "- reports great benefit to Ufa- lh!> inonials b\ actual count in the from Ho4hV# S ar«amrn«*. whi.i, VPITS a record unprecedented thoroughly purified her Mood after aQ last ■ ' . attack of that blood-po; son iuc dis . »| l(> history of medicine. ease, scarlet It gave her strength 111 V snre to get Hood's Sarsaparilla. K |jo"id or tablets. ftW Doses One Dollar. of scrofula oalt rhenm. ePer Cent GOLD BONDS rate of interest from l£»Jbanks when we own and offer fo* •*7*Se<W) of the 11,000,00* issue of the , fiaSaWrfi W, (Portland. Or ) 'JUS. Gold Bonds pa...

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

market TO ALL O«U*CK suppers _ c, , 7 t imjortedjapahese Hawes <k Schoch Mpkws wifH Purchases of w Sanflbwer Sliea' W' is made as carefully aa3 ccarcloatsotrsly 7. ~* m \ ois If the success oi' tlio caaiifact::resr "* *| J I depended on the eatksfactSon it gives tho *C S\ "T wearer—and It does. . , K~7, (f i 9 More Sunflower Shoes for men are being \ v 4 sold every month, simply bccasisc they fit f ' If, the foot, fancy and purse oi the buyer to £ - perfection. „ $<>-. CTUa Made In ail good leathers, foff dress, & FM* Bemi-dress and work-fi-day wear. A s'aoe —£:• f JteifTk for every scan, at Just the prise he wants &•, jL_ WJm£s>* *°Ask"us Tor Sunflower Sfioss. ■OWI///fff\ J?V Manufactured by Noyes- MM %?M WMB\\^. Norman Shoe Co«» &■ (Oj st - j ° s ®p b » Mo ' NSs%?! , j vSmf Tull & Godwin, ««| ySSmw Successors to A. H. JOHNSON Schrader & Callahan Contractors & Builders I LET US FIGURE WITH YOU FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS GUAR...

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

THE KENNEWICK COURIER * VOL. IV. NO. 48 u w FOR YAKIMA RESERVATION LANDS. The regulations governing the pie and disposal of the surplus aud unallotted lands in the Yakima Ind ''ian Reservation are set out by the Tone* WH, recently passed by Cocg ftssand are condensed as follows: Sect. 1. The surplus aud unal lotted irrifable lands may be with drawn by the secretary of the Inter * tor for the purpose of the reclama tion wt- Sect. 2. These lands are to <be subject to homestead entry at such time a* the secretary designates. Annual payments in addition to ent j|iry fees must be made to U.S. Treas }nj to be credited to the Yakima Indian funds. Failure to pay will cancel the entry and corresponding water right, previous peyments be ing forfeited to the Indian fund The lands embraced in the cancelled entry will again be for' sale at the appraised value. Sect. 3. The lands already allot ted to the Indians may be sold upon their request or with their consent Subject to the approval of th...

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

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During ths Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Speaker Cannon Saturday gave a company. Ann Arbor.—Prof. A. P. Patten gill of the University of Michigan, is dead. Starvation has forced blacks in the northeastern Australian gold fields to cannibalism. The average low temperature for Nebraska Saturday night was seven degrees below zero. Plague is prevalent at Nouemea, French New Caledonia. A number of deaths have occurred. The Dresses Machine Tool com pany's plant of Cincinnati, burned re cently. Loss $100,000. Lyman J. Gage, former secretary of the treasury, has decided to resign as president of the United States Trust Martha Wolfenstein, authoress, the daughter of Dr. S. Wolfenstein, died recently at the home of her father in Cleveland. Dr. Y. G. Allen, 46 years old, a mis sionary to China, called upon the pres ident recently a...

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

fISOFNORTHWEST WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA A ND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. Few Interesting Item* Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take place —Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTEB. Seattle is to have a garbage plant ,nd municipal crematory. Much of the wheat in the Palouse section was injured by the recent cold weather. Friends and acquaintances of Dr. tames M. Allen, the veteran minuter , the Christian church of Spokane, who died last week, paid tribute of )OT e and respect at his bier in the Cen tral Christian church Sunday after n<A reterinary surgeon states that the horses around Reardan were poisoned by eating straw on which there was a fungus growth. Gilbert Cowles, the Yakima city school board clerk who forged war rants, has been senteiced to five years ill the penitentiary. Spokane men have filed articles of incorporation at Olympia for the In land Thresher company, to engage in the manufacture of motor driven thresher ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 March 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 011 your Hardware Plumbing bill before you build tfiat nVjtf fyouse. A Complete Line of Undertaking Goods al- jj ways on hand. jj Out of town calls promptlyattended j SEED POTATOES 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 th.e Sign ii lr I 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 PRICKS W« do our own work and guarantee prompt service and fair treatment. Phone 143. HOTEL HOVER Good, neat Lodging Rooms at Reasonable Rates We meet all trains. Long-distance phone. MRS. S. A. BROO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 March 1906

jgß LOCAL FIELD fYom Saturday's Daily 0o t® Howe's for Paints, Oils and Weir'® White Lead. C 0 Anderson spent yesterday in w ,il» Walla on business. » r Hutchinson, the night operator, t to Portland this morning on nc "otofthe serious illness of a relative. °°Otto Hanson and family have return- JtoKennewick and are taking poss esion of their old home iu the Marble bouse- „ Be* \Vm. Snape, the new Congre wioutlist minister, will live in the oway house just vacated by Fred L. jobnOourley of Seattle. Wash., pro- M ietor of the North Yakima Produce Jojsintown on business with the Columbia Commission Co. C Stacer and family are moving in to the A. H. Potter house near the school/ Mr. Stacer goed to Ritzville tonight to load his household goods for shipment. f E- Featherstone has gone to B. C. to secure more men for Wren A Green ough. The Spokane Employment Ag- a new bunch. * n ew ramp No. 7 will be established rTbe first of the week. lliss Bertha S. Tripp went to Ballard, Wash , a suburb...

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

CHAPTER XXIV. It was Sir Geoffrey's first dinner par ty, and Ethel felt just a little nervous as she received the guests. Captain Pelling was watching her in the pauses Of his chat with Bertha Collins. He caught her eye presently and smiled at her reassuringly, for she had confided to him her dread of the awful occasion. You are an old friend of theirs, are you not?" Bertha was saying to the captain. "We all think Miss Mailing Quite charming. I took to her from the first; but, do you know, she is not easy to get on with. Of course she is all one could wish as a hostess"; but it is impos- to gush with her. She has a way of sifting all one says and showing up anything that is absurd without certainly in the least intending to give offense. You would hardly believe it, I dare say, but I have adopted the habit of trying to talk seriously when she is listening." "I think that is the greatest compli ment you could pay her. Will you adopt the same practice with me?" I should not dare," she...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 March 1906

Hood's Sarsaparilla We are often asked, Why does Hood's Sarsaparilla effect so many cures of cases that seem to be almost beyond the reach of medicine? The answer is this, that this great medicine is enabled by the peculiarity of its formula to produce results unap proached by any other medicine, this peculiarity consist ing in the balanced combination of the very best specifics for the blood, liver, kidneys, stomach, and bowels, namely, for the blood, Sarsaparilla, Stillingia, Yellow Dock; for the liver, Mandrake, Dandelion; for the kidneys, Uva Ursi Juniper Berries, Pipsissewa; for the stomach. Gentian, Wild Cherry Bark, Bitter Orange Peel; for the bowels, Senna, Mandrake and Dandelion. - Sold by druggists everywhere. Get a bottle today. Usual form, liquid, or new form, tablets, 100 Doses One Dollar. FEDERATION ISTS GET SYMPATHY Labor Men of Three Cities Have Faith in Idaho Suspects. Resolutions condemning the meth ods of the prosecution of Moyer, Hay wood and Pettibone, and of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 March 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET Wra. Dircksen, Prop. .POULTRY. EGGS AND J? FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH FISH EVERY "*' * ' U - ,!!3 FRIDAY . TO AU " (XURCMSUPPEPS u ct u * A £° ror bale by $ 5285P Hawes & Schoch Mpkws with Purchases of KigkgMP^ 7 co^see. ... i» Sunflower Shoe I is made as carefully and conscientiously 'Sy f —J £as IS the success of the manufacturer '1 J depended on the satisfaction it gives tho S1 *g wearer—and It does. Kr" ji More Sunflower Shoes for men ere being I sold every month, simply because they lit m/r { J1 |, fancy end purse of the buyer to J J r"u| P Made °in* ell good leathers, for dress, & FR* semi-dress and work-a-day wear. A shoe EwMA every man, at Just tho price be wants mFjm *°Ask us for Sunflower Shoes. J® wr&m hlllliX Manufactured by Noyas- /i» vfcraH Norman Shoe Co., Successors to A. H. JOHNSON Schrader & Callahan Contractors & Builders let us figure with you FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS GUARANTEED ON APPLICATION \ CHOICE LINE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 March 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 50 Berry Crop To Bring $55,000. Fruitgrowers' Association Compile Strawberry Statistics. Officials representing the Kenne wick pnjit Growers Association have just concluded a careful can vass to ascertain the total acreage tow planted to strawberries count only those raised for market, fit is learned that there are about 120 teres which have been set out long enough and cultivated suffic iently to be in full bearing this sea 100. Berry patches fully matured will produce not less than 150 crates to tbe acre. The price last year av enged $3.00 per crate taking the entire duration of tbe shipping sea son into consideration. To be con servative the estimate was based on an average price of $2.50. This price is tao low for this season, we believe because in other localities the recent severe storm killed many of the plant* aud will greatly di minish the total supply to be placed on the early market and have a strong tendency to keep prices up this seaso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 March 1906

NATIVES DISLOYAL UD BEEN LINED IIP FOR A PIC TUBE WBEN THEY OPENED FIRE. Battle at Bagtaon Is Outcome of Base Treachery—3o Are Shot Down- Governor Curry of Samar, Chased by Rebels, Btill Missing—Hope for 11 is Recovery. The recefit fight at Magtaon, Samar, between the constabulary and Pula janes was. the result of base treachery on the part of the natives. As a result of the fight, 30 Pulajanes were killed and 16 of the constabulary killed and wounded. A dispatch received from Captain Jones of the constabulary at Magtaon said Governor Curry, Judge Lobinger and Superintendent of Schools Hoover arrived there and camped over night near the Pulajanes. The presence of the officials was made known to the rebellious natives, and their leader an nounced that he would surrender his force the next day. As a result of his promise, the Americans returned to the town of Magtaon, accompanied by Colonel Aguillar, another Pulajane chief. The next chiefs of the Pula janes with over 100 men and 14 gu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 March 1906

NEWSOFNORTHWEST VASBINGTON, IOABO, MONTANA DID OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take pi ac e—Fall Trade Is Good. IDAHO NEWS. Gambling has been closed in Sand ooint in all its forms, and the officers it is closed for good. In the near future the Moscow Elec tric Light company will turn 2000 horse power of electricity into the Pa louse country. Mrs. Frank Steunenberg and three children are at Redlands, Cal. The family will make Southern California their permanent home. probably the most popular lady in senatorial circles of the national capi tal is Mrs Fred T. Dubois, wife of the senior senator from Idaho. It is learned that Harry Orchard, in his confession, stated he made one attempt to kill former Governor Steu nenberg at the Idanha hotel in Boise, last September. professor J. W. Daniels, for two years superintendent of the Wallace schools, has notified the directors that pn the...

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