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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 April 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET TO All —" Q(UJRSCM Suppers ~ c, , fcgfc Hawes & Loch Mpkws WlfH PURCHASESOF " N ' - I I IRRIGATION Our properties are locate ! in the Columbia Valley between Wallula and Pasco —the lowest elevation of any irrigated lands in the State of Washington and are especially adapted to raising- al falfa, vegetables, fruits of all kinds, berries, grapes and figs. They produce the earliest berries and vegetables in the Northwest. These properties are now abundantly watered and lands with perpetual water rights are on sale at reasonable prices and liberal terras to induce eariy settlers. The new town of Attalia lies in the center of this most fertile district and is at the junction of three railroads, the N. P., the Washington & Columbia River, and the 0. R. & N. Besides these unexcelled railroad shipping facilities, the Columbia River, lies at our door. Attalia is most beautifully situated and splendid business opportunities are offered. The Company will sell choic...

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. — 20 April 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 52 t H. BAILEY FALLS DEAD T H. Bailey, one of the propri t of the Rainier Bar, was found / !dcleKaea insttherear wall ° f | the Brown building, next the Cour ier office- Monday morning at 8:45. j Attention was called to his body bv the actions of his faithful dog, which was watching nearby. Dr. Wallace was summoned and found that We was extinct - thou^h the body was still warm. F »ad been jjjn walking around the building about 8 o'clock, or three-quarters 0 f an hour before he was found dead- He had been failing in " strength and had told some of his that he would not last much r loßger . The physician in Prosser who had treated him and was fa miliar with the case telephoned joitice G. F. Richardson that he had known that death from heart failure was likely to happen at any time The body was prepared for shipment by undertaker Mueller of the Howe undertaking establish ment and was taken to Prosser on the moruing train. The deceased was about 70 yea...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 April 1906

For The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER lll.—(Continued.) "Pine." says Captain Blunt, as the two were left aloue together, "you and 1 are always putting our foot into it!" "Women are always in the way aboard ship." returned Pine. "Ah! doctor, you don't mean that, 1 know." said a rich, soft voive at his elbow. It was Sarah Purfoy emerging from her cabin. "We were talking of your eyes, my dear." cries Blunt. "They're the finest eyes I've seen in my life, and they've got the reddest lips under 'm that " "Let me pass. Captain Blunt, if you please. Thank you, doctor." And before the admiring commander could preveut her, she modestly swept out of the cuddy. "She's a fine piece of goods, eh?" asked Blunt, watching her. "I don't know where Vickers picked her up. but I'd rather trust my life with the worst of those ruffians 'tween deck than in her keeping, if I'd done her an injury. I don't believe she'd think much of stick ing a man, either. But I must go on deck, doctor."...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 April 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 \ng 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. Prepared Codfish j (Iu glass top boxes; I The Finest Packing of the Finest CodtUl ■ loV" ii each box. Ask your grocer for it. Packed only bj |.j, e ff. H. Coffin Fish Co., Seattle S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 April 1906

| KENNEWICK HARNESS SHOP I | HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK | I Horse Furnishing Goods, Whips, Oils ji I Rubber Heels and Soles for Shoes. Shoe Nails and AH §| I Kinds of Shoe Findings. Repairing Neatly -! M and Promptly Done. j| 1 J. Q. JONES, Proprietor |j BBH»g « | Tll e Mercln ant I J. XT. Hawkins, Prop « 4 t WINES, LIQUORS and CKiAKS 4 * Onlv first, class goods handled. \\ lii-kics « and wines for medical purposes always in « stock at lowest possible prices. 5 Kennewick, Wnshii i^ton *V w. K. AMOS, PRESIDENT. L. K. JOHNSON, OAS!HICK. Exchange Bank Does a General and Kespsnts- Drafts Sold on all Prin- V Exchange Banking ibilify cipal points snU S. and JO Business. Farm Loans liurope. J.oai.s Mude Qk Negotiated So,ooo on Approved Security Zak S j INTEREST PAID ON TIME X I DEPOSITS 2K KENNEWICK, .... WASHINGTON e®sss^ss®vsis-s^vsw6*s^sss RuiNtna ore ggggggsjsgg p, So^P® H § la) 1 The Shamrock 1 1 Barn j B S tsj ra 1 Livery. Feed and | Sale Stable ; « \ 1 i. ; We are prepared to 1...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 April 1906

the local field From Monday's Daily fheN- P- vv ' ll i)ave s neNV ti,ne L>ard effective May 20th. Buy your Stoves and House Furnish ing* at Howe's Hardware. J H Gravenslund is down with an attack of inliamatory rheumatism. K C- Bowers and feniily have moved j nto theTull house in the south east pari of town. Section Foreman, \V. A. Morain has received word of the shipment of mat trial for the new warehouse track. j H. Plummer, an experienced teacher from Indiana, succeeds Harlev A peter as teacher in the fifth and slitli grades. The dailies announce that Pres. Ear ling of the Milwaukee lias been elected to the directorat of the Tnion Pacific or Harriman system. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Volney B. Cox on Easter Sunday, a daughter. Mother and child are doing well, while V. B.'s countenance is wreathed in a broad utirfed smile. Tbelawn tennis and basket ball out fit* ordered t>v the Y M. C. A. boys t rrlv«d Saturday. The cmrts have been leveled and in a few d iys tlie watering *nd ro...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 April 1906

HUNG THE NEGROES WORK OF ANGRY MOO AT SPRING FIELD, MISSOURI. Took Them From Jail and Strung Them Up In Center of the Pubnc Square and Built a Fire Lnder Them as They Hung—Negroes Had As saulted a White Girl. Springfield, Mo., April 15. —A mob tonight look two negroes from the county jail and hanged them to cue electric tower in the center of the pub lic square and built a fire under tue men as they hung. The negroes were Horace Duncan and James Copeland, both under 21 years of age. They were in jail charg ed with assaulting Mabel Edmondson, a white girl. Fully 5000 people went to the county jail about 9 o'clock, and with sledge hammers and telephone poles literally tore the jail to pieces. The two suspects were dragged from the jail and taken to the public square and hanged. It is fully a mile from the jail to the square, and tue mob marched down one of the principal streets of the town, shouting and fir ing pistols. Ma.<el Edmondson came here recent ly from Monett, Mo., to obta...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 April 1906

PANIC IN A CHURCH FOUR persons killed in cath olic EDIFICE IS CHICAG). More Than 400 Persons, Mostly Ladies and Children, Were at Easter Ser vice Saturday Night When a Boy Opened Church Door and Shouted —Congregation Stampeded. Chicago. April 15. —During a panic which followed a cry of fire Saturday night while 400 persons were partici pating in the Easter service in the St. Ludilmas Roman Catholic church, Twenty-fourth street and Albany ave nue, three children and one woman were killed and a score of others in jured, several seriously. The majority of the worshipers in the church at the time the false alarm of fire was given were women and children, and in a few minutes ail were in a tangled mass, fighting to escape from the sup posed danger. Many persons jumped through the windows, but the greater portion crowded to ihe center aisle. The extra weight proved too much for the floor, and some of the beams supporting it broke. The cracking of the timbers increased the fright of the no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 20 April 1906

KENNEWICK. MARKET Sisd ALI^ Qwrck Suppers - cf < ft® Hawes & Schoch Mpkws wifH Purchases of %<r e ~ *», ——— .^feMONEY IRRIGATION Our properties are located in the Columbia Valley between Wallula and Pasco —the lowest elevation of any irrigated lands in the State of Washington and are especially adapted to raising al falfa, vegetables, fruits of all kinds, berries, grapes and figs. They produce the earliest berries and vegetables in the Northwest. These properties are now abundantly watered and lands with perpetual water rights are on sale at reasonable prices and liberal terms to induce eariy settlers. The new town op Attalia lies in the center of this most fertile district and is at the junction of three railroads, the N. P., the Washington & Columbia River, and the 0. R. & N. Besides these unexcelled railroad shipping facilities, the Columbia River, lies at our door. Attalia is most beautifully situated and splendid business opportunities are offered. The Company...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 April 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. V. NO. 1 beach builds store building. a secoud concrete store building •ill be erected on Washington street just across Walnut street just south from J. J. Reed's. The plans are being prepared by J.Nash a North Yakima architect and he is expeted to arrive tonight with the plans and to coufer with C.J. Beach w ho is putting up the building. The building will have a 45 foot front to north and be So feet deep tvfo full stories with cellar under the whole. The cost is estimated to be $Sooo or $9000. It is to be put up for a general merchandise firm, McKenzie & Rambo, from Wardner, Idaho, who will occupy it on a 5 year lease. When these tw o buildings are completed two corners on Washington street will ptestnt a metropolitan appearance boston store to have new QUARTERS. Work began today excavating thecellarfor R.H. Anderson's new store building on Yakima Street. It will be 25x80 two stories. Wm. Gibson has the contract for it and it will be rushed to comple...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 April 1906

All All FOR'FRISCO SYMPATHY AND BELP COMES EVERY PART OF THE WORLD. New York City Raised Nearly Ten Million Dollars for Sufferers jn San Francisco—London, Paris, Berlin and Other. Foreign Cities Send Gold—Every City in (J. S. Helps. New York. —The appeal of San Francisco has been heard throughout the civilized world. From every oity and town in this country, from Euro pean capitals and some far east com munities comes news that all huma nity in expressing its sympathy is also offering enormous material assist ance. It is estimated Sunday night that the San Francisco relief fund is rapidly nearing the total of $10,000,- 000, and will have passed that figure by Monday when the United States congress, it is announced, will add $1,500,000 to the $1,000,000 already appropriated. In the list of generous contributors New York city ranks next to the gov ernment itself and bids fair to far ex ceed the federal contribution. Tonight the New York fund amounted to ap proximately 12,000,000, with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 April 1906

OAKLAND HELPS All IRI 75,000 REFUGEES FROM fUSCO RECEIVE SHELTER. Free Transportation for Those Who Want to Leave—No One Goes Hun gry—Destitute Being Cared for— Wedding Occurs; Groom Had $1.30 Fared Worst of All. Oakland is caring for 75,000 people nriered homeless by the disaster, and Tnreoared to care for twice as many. T S he height of the influx has been arhed and the number of refugees is liehtly decreasing. Although they are ! ill coming in large numbers, more 8 " le aving on every train for various 3 oints Requests for free transporta ' n are investigated as closely as pos ible and all the deserving are sent ' women and qhildren and mar ried men who wish to join their fam ilies in various parts of the state are 'iv e n the preference. The transporta tion bureau is on a street corner, v e re a man stands on a box and calls the names of those who are entitled ,o passes. No one now goes hungry ~ere and few lack shelter, but cots and bedding are needed. At the First Presbyterian ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 April 1906

IKENNEWICK HARNESS SHOP HARNESS, saddlery, leather work Horse Furnishing Goods, Whips, Oils Rubber Heels and Soles for Shoes. Shoe Nails and All Kinds of Shoe Findings. Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. J. G. JONES, Proprietor ! I——BBB—SB—i—i JUML iIUI—IM—My uxTirurru/iJT-^ (For Immediate Use) 2 jww'i L,.'" 1 " 11 ■■■■"- 9 ' 9m 1 -«*■■■■ p | DRV CHICK FOOD WHEAT, OATS AND | g BARLEY § £ COMMON SENSE ICGG FOOD 5 5 POULTRY REGULATOR £ 5 SCRATCH FOOD FOR OLD > | HENS LICE KILLER ? 1 BEEF SCRAPS FROM CHI- INSECT POWDER b | CAGO ROUP 3URE P 2 OYSTER SHELL FROM 15AL- POULTRY PEPPER 2 2 TIMORE § g STOCK FOODS, ALL g P GROUND BONE SIZES § | OIL MEAL COW CONDITIONER | g All in stock at 5 j Columbia Commission Co. j 1 FRUIT and PRODUCE I i j dTJi/ruTJOJxrmjxnrinjTJTrLruxrui nruTJOJTJxnjanjrnjiJixmn AJuuxruxrLnLarLrmtrLrb M■ I 8 j At the Boston j j Store I §§ =5 Jg ——— k i 15 1 You will always find a full supply of v I DRY GOODS CLOTHING I 1 HATS GLOVES I SHOES OVERSHOES I I RUBBERS | 1 W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 April 1906

•the LOCAL FIELD prom Saturday's Daily M L \. Anisbary entertained meruit of the Five Hundred Club at cards last evening. vb \\. Peckenpaugh, a former agent h \ p Ry- here '' s 1,1 town visit * I'bl'brother S. D. Pe.kenpangh. T p Wren and wife arrived in town i .tniifbt and went dowm to Hover wber« they will reside for tome time. W MeM r» Coffin, Fieldsted and Under- have sold their entire flock of * UAW grazing i» the hills to the Sn Packing Co. of Seattle, and J. w jtrbt. P* rt of tben * will be sU 'PP td ! nfbera and the remainder from Sorth Yakima. Delivery is to be com- ItidbyJuuewt. General Assembly of Presbyterian fhurcb conveoes at Des Moines, May 1-tb 1906. F'>r this meeting a round ' ip rate of «» e fara P lus ?2 haß heen ranted by Passenger Association. Tickets on sale May 14-17 and good until May 31st. j j Bee d has leased bis new build ingfor 3years to L. A. Jarnagin and I M Ely" who will conduct a large furniture and household goods there under tbe firm name of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 April 1906

for The Term Qf His Natural Life By MARCU3 CLARKE CHAPTER V. In th« prison of the 'tween-decks reigned a darkness pregnant with mur mure. The sentry at the ventrance to the hatchway was supposed to "prevent the prisoners from making a noise," but he put a very liberal interpretation upon the clause, and so long the the prison ers refrained from shouting, yelling and fighting he did not disturb them. To one coming in from the upper air, place would have seemed in pitchy darkness; but the convict eye, accus tomed to the sinister twilight, was en abled to discern surrounding objects with tolerable distinctness. The prison was about fifty feet long and fifty feet wide, and ran the full height of the 'tween-decks. The barricade was loop holed here and there, and the planks were in some places wide enough to ad mit a musket barrel. On the aft side, next the soldiers' berths, was a trap door, like the stoke-hole of a furnace. At first sight this appeared to be con trived for the humane pur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 April 1906

Spring Medicine The best is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It he best because it does the most good. 15 While it makes the blood pure, fresh a lively, it tones the stomach to bet ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimu- An unlimited Hst of wonderful cures earS always tl ie best,— Mrs. S. L. Carleton, Ayer, Mass., says: " For Clfie , a perfect spring medicine to give strength and tfgt Hood S. thoroughly purify the blood. Hood's Sarsapa c~l/l pvprvwhere. rilla isheld in high esteem by our whole fam , Sold every WIICIC. lly I have used it from childhood and find il * jjQuid or tablets. 100 Doses SL as good for my children as for myself." SEND TO BED CROSS! OQSEfELT RECOMMENDS RELIEF If IN THEIR CHARGE. All Supplier and Provisions Should Be *Con»iß" ed t0 Red Cr ° SS ' Sa " Fran * eiico—WoiJ'd Be Better to Send All MrT~ Schiff, National Treasurer, in New York City. The following statement has been issued from the White House: •To the public: After a full consul tation with Secretary Taft, the p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 April 1906

, KENNEWICK MARKET I Wm. Dircksen, Prop. . FRESH MEATS OF ALL POULTRY, EGGS AND FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH FISHEVERY lis TO ALL OiURCKSUPPERS u c< < w A £° i or bale by Hawes & Schoch >fAPK£KS with Purchasescf cK^2l^%s m£>< ' *co&ee. « M o fy F¥ IRRIGATION y Our properties are local el i.i the Columbia Valley between Wallula and Pasco —the I owe. : e-jvation of any irrigated lands in the State of Washington and are especially adapted to raising al falfa, vegetables, fruits of all kinds, berries, grapes and figs. They produce the earliest berries and vegetables in the Northwest. These properties are now abundant!, watered and lands with perpetual water rights are on sale at reasonable prices and liberal terms to induce eariy settlers. The new town ot* Attalia lies in the center of this most fertile district and is at the junction of three railroads, the N. P., the Washington & Columbia River, and the 0. R. &N. Besides these unexcelled railroad shipping faci...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 May 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER V r OL. V. NO. 2 CELEBRATE 87th ANNIVERSARY. Thursday night nearly 100 I. O 0 p. members, friends and rela tes met in their hall and cele .,,tpdthe 87th anniversary of the ££* of the order. Every .ady vrorea Rebekah collar and every gentleman a third degree collar The regular services prepared by the Grand Lodge were gone through with, Rev. Dry acting as Noble gr and and Vice Grand Klindt re sponding clearly and distinctly, as lie had committed nearly all to memory. Mi-s Slaugenhaupt greatly amus rtd all b y r citi "» " Peck ' s Ba(1 fyoy," giving Pa, Ma, the preacher acd hired girl the "royal bumper degree." There was a recess, some music, volunteer speeches, music by R. H Anderson and an an louncement that the Rebehahs would soon or ganizi and serve banquets heie after. The affair adjourned about 10 o'clock, all having enjoyed a very pleasant evening. ANTLERS HOTEL SOLD. Will'am Keefer has .sold the Autlers Hotel to Mrs. Bell of Tekoa who will take ehaige the...

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

NEWSOFNORTHWEST VASHINGTON, IDAHO, 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. WASHINGTON NOTE*. John Gormely met death by drown ing in the Columbia river near Pasco. He was working on the new Northern Pacific bridge across the Columbia civer and lost his balance, falling through to the water, 30 feet below. The State Bank of Washington, located at Spokane, has suspended temporarily. B. J. Weeks, general manager of the Spokane Traction company, has re signed his position. The Colville juvenile band has been organized with boys under 16 years of age, who are being trained by C. H. Peregrine, formerly of Mont ana. Invitations are out from the trustees and faculty of the Upper lowa uni versity for the inaugural ceremonies at the induction of Rev. Dr. William Arnold Shanklin as president of the university at Fayette, lowa, Tues day, May 22. He was for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 4 May 1906

NEWS OF TOE WORLD 50SKT 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. San Francisco still needs help. Charges against Walter Scott (ScottyJ have been dismissed in the cnnerior court from lack of jurisdic on It was P roved that the scene ot alleged ambush and shooting was iu Iny° county. » City Engineer Woodward, of San Francisco, has had an official map of the burned district made. The map , hoW s that the area burned by the tire is a small fraction less than four square miles. The strong wind which blew over San Francisco Saturday morning car ried to the ground a number of blank walls that had been left standing. On the London stock exchange the failure of Greatore & Co., an establish ed firm of brokers, is announced. The lumber companies of western Montana, Idaho and Washington have an organized movement on at the pres ent time to prevent the ...

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