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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 February 1904

lEUIH NEWS SUMMARY CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review cf Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Emperor William starts for the Med iterianean on Monday, March j>. About $1,000 worth of jewelry and) $lf>o in cash have been stolen from the hotel apartments of Postmaster General Payne at Washington. The federal assembly, by a vote of I 60 to 10. uemai.ded that Porto Rico be adumted to statehood or mat tne island be granted independence. An explosion at the Lailin Ac Hand nodwer mills at Wayne, seven mLes fiom I'ateißon, N. J.. caused the death of thiee men. The mills were wreck ed. The Investigation of the right oi Senator Suioot to sit in the United States senate promises to he the in-1 teiesting sideshow of congress this' session. A Pennsylvania passenger tiain was wiecked at Hobart, lnd., in a headend collision with a freignt train Charles Strayer, baggagema...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 26 February 1904

Hood's Sarsaparllla Has won success far beyond the effect of advertising only. The secret of its wonderful popular ity is explained by its unapproachable Merit. Based upon a prescription which cured people considered incurable, Hood's Sarsaparilta Unites the best-kuowu vegetable rem- j edies, by such a combination, propor- j tion and process as to have curative power peculiar to itself. Its cures of scrofula, eczema, psori asis. and every kind of humor, as well as catarrh ami rheumatism — prove Hood's Sarsaparilta the beft blood purifier ever produced Its cures of dyspepsia, loss of appe tite and that tired feeling make it the greatest stomach tonic and strength rebtorer Uic world has ever known. Hood's Sarsaparilta Is a thoronirhlv good medicine. Begiu to tuk»* it TODAY. Get HOOD'S. "There la one place," remarked the Wise Guy, "where I always think sev eral times before I speak once." "Whore?" asked the Easy Mark. "In the dentist's chair." replied the Wise Guy.—San Francisco Call. ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 March 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. II- NO. 50. Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. Agents for Olympia 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 i Largest stock —Lowest prices. Front street, (w wwwwwywwwwwvw«% WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget § TO CALL AT THE STORE OF Johnson 1 AND % | Fullerton | 3Jf Wo have everything in the line of Jg I General—®- I I Merchandise f iS Fresh goods —New stock. JJC Prices to suit everyone. iKENNEWICKI KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON. Fill DAY, MAlilll t, ISIO4. llMfffilllll BOTH JAPANESE AND RUSSIANS CLAIM A VICTORY. Russian Soldiers Disperse Korean Sol diers—Heavy Land Battle Expected Soon—Russians Are Concentrating Forces in No...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 March 1904

"CM US IS INDICTED" WAS VERDICT :IN IPOST OFFICE CONSPIRACY TRIALS. Same Verdict for All Four Defendant** --It In Said They Charged Uncle Finn Several TimcH a«*Miich n« Tin y Churned Private Parties -Stole Many Thousands of Dollars—'They Appeal. "Guilty as indicted" was tho ver dict announced by the jury in the post ffice conspiracy trials. The jnry had been out nine hoars. It stated that tho verdict was the same as to all four de fendant*, August \V. Macheu, late sup erintendent of the rural freo delivery division; George E. Lorenz of Toledo, Samuel A. Groff and Diller B. Groff of Washington. Tho crime charged was that of con spiracy to defraud tho postoffico de partment by soiling Groff fasteners at prices several times in excess of that oharged private parties Fourth As sistaut Postmaster General Bristow, in his sensational report, chargcd that the defendants have stolen thousands of dollars. In tho dimly lighted room sat the four defendants ,who, after the case was given to tho ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 March 1904

iubph « slimy CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review cf Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Two workmen were killed and nine injured by a falling wall in the burned Baltimore district. Twelve men were caught in the crash. Of these one was killed outright and another buried in the ruins. William E. Malone, a Denver, Col., saloonkeeper, horseman and politician, who was shot by City Detective Sam uel Emrich. died from the effects of his wound. The senate committee on public buildings and grounds has ordered a favorable report on the bill appro priating 000,000 for a postolllce site in New York City in connection with the Pennsylvania railway station. The cruiser Cincinnati has left Shanghai for Chemulpo as the relief of the Zafiro, which is on the way to the Phiiippines. Frank Ellison, known as Birr, a familiar character in New York, is dead of pneumonia. He is said t...

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

SUNNYSIDE The Largest Irrigated District in the Beautiful and Fertile YAKIMA VALLEY Till: 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 beautiful homes. Raw Lands $60.00 to $1)0.00 per acre according to location WITH WATER RIGHT Terms: One-fifth down, balance in 5 years at 6 per cent. These I.ands are all watered by the GREAT SUNNYSIDE CANAL For particulars, inquire of or write to WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO., Zillah, Wash. SMoUimbiatfiloimct' C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday ait Kcnne wick, Wanhlugtoti TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year* in Advance - - $1.5(/ Six Mit'.Lha .... .75 Three Months .... .30 Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application Thk Columbia Courikk Is entered an second cluss matter at the pool office .in Kbwnewick, Wash. For sale—Seed corn raised at Kennewick. Inquire of I). B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 March 1904

local and personal. I have a number of pigs tor sale H Gorsueh. John Sherman is visiting in the' upper part of the country. p or sa le—Fresh milch cow and calf. Inquire Chas. Shivers.Sec. 7. Some rain and few flakes of snow hive fallen this week. H. S. Anion went to Spokane the other day returning yesterday. For sale—A 60 egg incubator, bran new. Inquire B. F. Nye. H. A. Hover went to Spokane Monday returning Tuesday. For sale—White Leghorns and White Plymouth Rock Cockrels. ; I). W. Owen. For sale—A span of horses, har ness and new wagon, three inch tire.—D. W. Owen. Daniel Boyd and Dr. Pallister went to Noith Yakima the fore part of the week. Trains were late again yesterday due to heavy snow falls* in the mountains east of here. School election will be held on Satuaday, March sth, when vacan cies 011 the board of directors will t* filled by election. ./Rev. Akerbauer, Ivvangelical Lutheran minister, will preach at Presbyterian Chapel .Sunday eve ning at 7 o'clock p. 111. There wa...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 March 1904

pi in mom A dispatch from Yinkow to the Lon don Daily Telegraph says: Fifteen Japanese warships furiously bombarded Port Arthur fro»u 10 to 12 o'clcok Tuesday morning. The Russian cruisers Novik, Askold and Lhiyan, ac companied by four torped boats, steamed out to meet the attack. They were, however, forced to retire. The Askold was in a sinking condi-, tion. The Novik was badly damaged | and a torpedo boat was sunk. The j Russian battleship Retvizan was again j damaged. The Japanese withdrew in good or-1 der. This report, however, show? a repe tition of the now familiar tactic* of Japan, and it is presumed that this at taek was made in bad weather, pre vious telegraphic advices having re ported a seveie gale raging at Port Ar thur. As usual, the Japanese did not remain long enough oil' the harbor to enable the gunners at the forts to get their range. Again the three cruisers, the Baymi, Askold and Novik came out to meet the attack, and this sug gests that either they were only effe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 March 1904

Hutcherlna Outfit. Although old time customs In butch -rliiL- are to some extent passing away, bos killing is still an Important per formance on many farms. A simple outlit for out of door work is shown in , cut originally contributed to the Ohio I-'armer. A post eight feet high has pivoted to lis top a sweep llfteen feet long, 'nils sweep has a hook on the short end and a rope on the long end. The scalding barrel, cleaning bench and hanging gallows are all on the circumference of the circle made by the short end of the sweep. With this arrangement one man at the long end of sweep can easily dip a hog 1100 KILLING CONVENIENCES. ami transfer it from one place to an other, as may bo desired. The cut also shows a good method of heating water. A bent piece of one and a half Inch iron pipe enters the barrel in two places. A lire built under this pipe soon heats the water in the bar rel, as the heat causes a rapid cir culation of the water in the pipe and barrel. Rrnn, fhArts nnd Alfnl»a....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 March 1904

A COMRADE OF GENERAL GRANT Says: "I DO NOT BELIEVE PE=RU=NA HAS A SUPERIOR FOR CATARRH." BENJAMIN F. HAWKES, Benjamin F. Hawkes, of Washington, D. C., is One of the Three Liv ing Comrades of Gen. Grant in His Cadet Days at West Point. In a recent letter from 6tl Q street, 8. W. Washington, D. C., this venerable gentleman Bays of Peruna: "I have tried Peruna after hav ing tried In vain other remedies for catarrh, and I can say without reservation that I never felt a symptom of relief until I had given Peruna the simple trial that its ad vocates advise. I do not believe it has a superior, either as a remedy for catarrh or as a tonic for the de pressed and exhausted condition which Is one of the effects of the disease."—Benjamin F. Hawkes. Isaac Brock, a citizen of McLennan county, Texas, has lived for 114 years. In speaking of his good health and extreme old age, Mr. Brock says: "Peruna exactly meets all my re quirements. It protects me from the evil offects of sudden ohanges; it keep...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 March 1904

e©LUMBIft COURIER. "VOL. 11. NO. 50. Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. 4.. Agents for Olympia 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, VWWWWk WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN I Don't Forget 25 TO CALL AT , 3JJ THE STORE OF I Johnson 1 AND | Fullerton We have, everj'thing in the lino of | General— | Merchandise Fresh goods—New stock. 5* Prices to suit everyone. Ikennewick KENNEWICK, "WASHINGTON, FIJI DAY, MAJK'II 11, 1904. MMKIMIIS BOTH SIDES ARE RUSHING PREP ARATIONS FOR LONG SIEGE. Russia's Fleet Sealed Up in Port Ar thur—American Mining .Company Guarded—Late Jap-Korean Treaty Disregarded by Germany, Fran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 March 1904

m NORTHWEST SIMS LATE NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK BRIEFLY TOLD. Choice Selection of Interesting Items Gathered From Exchanges—Cullings From Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon—Numerous Accidents and Personal Happenings Occur. WASHINGTON NEWS. Permanent organization of the Cam brian society of Spokane was perfected last Sunday. Highwaymen held up the Fisher men's saloon in North Seattle and allot the proprietor, Marcus Jlanson, but not fatally. Ben Jones and Clarence Ross left for Pike's peak, in the Blue mountains, to search for John Montague, an aged stockman on the peak, who has been missing from his cabin nearly two weeks and who, it is feared, has wan dered out in the mountains and died of exposure. At a recent meeting of the Chelan County Horticultural association It was decided to erect a warehouse to be controlled by a new corporation to be known as the Fruitgrowers' union. Spokane is threatened with an ice failure unless a cold spell comes. A fire, caused by the explosion of a l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 March 1904

lUffIPH«SUMMARY 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. A report from Sevierville, 27 miles south of Knoxville, Tenn., is that a distinct earthquake was felt there. It lasted about eight seconds aud was general along the Appalachian range. The quake traveled northwesterly and reports of it in a mild form are also reported from Ducktown and Newport. M. Bunau-Varilla, the retiring min ister from Panama, has called at the state department to say farewell to Secretary Hay, preparatory to his de parture for Paris. As tho result of an explosion of powder and dynamite at the maga zine of the H. S. Kerbaugh company a! Head's Mill, near Latrobe, Pa., one man. Patrick Quinn, was killed aud 21 others injured. Jacob Squlbbs, who was in his home half a mile from the scene of the explosion, was fatally injured. Houses within a radius of a mi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 March 1904

* SUNNYSIDE The Largest Irrigated District in the Beautiful and Fertile YAKIMA VALLEY TUB 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 beautiful homes. Raw Lands $60.00 to £90.00 per v acre according to location WITH WATER RIGHT Terms: One-fifth down, balance in 5 years at 0 per cent. These Lands are all watered by the GREAT SUNNYSIDE CANAL I ? or particulars, inquire of or write to WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO., Zillah, Wash. $Mdnmbia Maimer C. O. ANDERSON, Editor I'uhihhed Kvery Friday at Kenne wiek, Washington TBRMH OF SUBSCRIPTION On* War, in Advance - - $1.50 Hix M.tilths .... ,75 Three Months .... .50 Advertising Kates Made Known Upon Application Thk Columbia Courikr< Is entered as second class matter at the pont c-fTlce in Ken nk wick, Wash. For sale—Seed corn raised at Kennewick. Inquire of D. B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 March 1904

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. You can get a Studebaker wagon as cheap a* any place in Washington at yrauk Kailjeh. posgrove * Hanson are planting sa cieuiear town to cherries.Ti. e planting will noon commence in earnest. Charley Lum expects to seed about CO aires to alfalfa this spring. He will seed wheat as a nurse crop. Don't be late in ordering your Hpring aull for the fashionable patterns will auou be sold out —Scott & Co. Cosgrove Hanson have sold to Conductor Johnson of Tacoina, 40 acres of land iu the valley under the canal. Trending Elder (*■ M. Booth will will preach at Eakin's Hall Tuesday «>vcuing at 7;30 p. in. Quarterly con ference the same evening. We will have in our new spring line of suits, hats, caps, shirts and other furnishings next week, and will be able to satisfy you both in quality and price.— Scott & Co. Wi>liam Dircksen and Gus Wllkie went to North Yakima yesterday to arrange for a supply of ice. They ex pect to conduct the lee buisiiesa here this summe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 March 1904

EYES. •'She hath two eyes 60 soft aud brown,** For tender thought and glances true, Commend we to the eyes of blue, For heaven's wide of sweet Blue eyes! blue eyes! For roguish snap and sharp attack Commend me to the eyes of black. For fiercest love where madness lies, Black eyes! black eyesl For grit to stand by what they say. Commend me to the eyes of gray, Their steadfast beam all change defies. Gray eyes! gray eyes! For eyes that smile, and eyes that frown. Commend me to the eyes of brown, The best of each their goods comprise Devotion true within tliem lies. All rupture sweet beneath the skies, Brown eyes! brown eyesl — Elizabeth Chalmers Martin. A NOVEL COURTSHIP BT wns three days before Christmas. So much in love was Van Story that, as he walked up the avenue,, this fact (lid not have the same empha sis that it might have had under differ ent circumstances. The cool.buoy ant air—with a certain crlspness about it that the ocean al lows even to the metropolis on occa sional win...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 March 1904

SURE-INDICATIONS QF BAD BLOOD OLD SORES, ULCERS, ABSCESSES The best evidence of a bad condition of the blood and unhealthy state of the system, is an old festering sore, running ulcer, or abscess. They show . the bodily impurities are not passing out through the proper channels, but J nre left in the system to clog and poison the blood. So thoroughly does the poison permeate the system that every little scratch, cut or bruise inflames and lesters. Everything about an old sore or ulcer suggests disease. They affect the general health, they require constant attention, and are a FBOM CALF op the I.EO TO akklh source of anxiety and trouble all the A solid bohe. ">• time, and in some cases highly offen- New Castle, Fa., July 30,1903. There is dancer, too, of these Three years ago a common boil ap , mnrerous if not pearedonthecaifofmylimb. Notyiold p'.aces becoming cancerous li nt lagrto simple home remedies,l conaulted treated promptly and in ine ngnt a physician, who prescribed a pou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 March 1904

HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED DREAD CATARRH BY USE OF PE-RU-NA. Catarrh Robs Women of Health and Beauty. Pe-ru-na Makes Women Healthy and Beautiful. <r%.Miss Amanda Johnson Farichlld, Wis., writes: "I write to tell you how much Peruna benefitted me. For a number of years I had pain in my head around /Tfflflßlll'' (lUXmM my eyes> anc * * thought it was because my eyes need ed trea,raent * 80 1 weut to an occulist and had glasses fitted to my eyes and wore them for some time, but felt no relief whatever. In fact, I felt worse than be- I fore, and came to the conclusion that the trouble was not with ray eyes, but with my head and that it must be catarrh. As so many of my friends hail used Pe runa with benefit for this trouble, I thought I would //// tr y 11 I was notsorry that I did so, for in a short time - -J * began to improve, and in four weeks my eyes were in W>3sfeaai V : . ; sph'iidid condition, my general health was much im proved and all the catarrh of the head was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 18 March 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 11. NO. 50. V\>SMQW ! SUNNYSIDE | r — fi f. The largest irrigated district M Ll in the beautiful and fertile JS S YAKIMA VALLEY 8 y The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for 9. 4 sa ] ei lands suited to tin* production of high grade If [l crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, 5 grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all \ 9 kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- 11 U tiful homes. g( < Raw land $60 to $90 an acre 2) [i according to location. With water right. / TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five / f years at six per cent. These lands are If [fl watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... For particulars, inquire of, or write to X j) WASHINNOTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLA.WASH. K Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock—Lowest prices. Front street, Our Spring Stock of Dry Goods Is now Complete. Spring and Summer Dress Goods of all kinds. Ladies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 18 March 1904

MUG 1 11 NEWS BMELTERC ARE PREPARING FOR SPRING WORK. Items of Interest Gathered During the Past Week—B. C. Lead and Zinc Mines Busy on Account of Bounty— Coeur d'Alene District a Great Pro ducer—Accidents and Personals. For 14 years fire has been raging In the big mines under the Butte hill. It is conservatively estimated that the big mining companies have annually expended in that time $88,000 in fight ing the combustion, and today it is pri vately admitted that their efforts, fur ther than to cuntiua tho burning to a restricted area, have been futile. Some day, it Is the optimistic hope, the lire will die out. If that time arrives a veritable fortune is expected to be gathered. Tho flames have been feed ing upon sulphur and ouier elements in tho ore. The heat has been so in tense, experts say, that foreign matter has been burned away, and almost pure copper has been precipitated. Some day when this product of na ture's smelter caa be reached will come an output of copper such as ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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