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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 June 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 4 Ho w Hitchcock's Eyes Were Opened. 71, e unearthing of the land frauds in Oregon came about in an x pected manner; it is, there jore, probable that a similiar com bination of circumstances may aid tbe government in other states. For twenty years or more the gov ernment had been 011 the trail of the San Francisco land ring. That evidence was furnished by Jeest 11. gcjjujjJer, a Portland man, who had long been a faithful tool of the ring, but who tired of the game, demanded more of a rake-off, and when he failed to get it, turned 011 h i s pals. It was the old story— "when thieves fall out," etc. gut incidentally this same Schneider, in furnishing the gov ernment evidence 011 which to prosecute Benson, Hyde and others also supplied a thread of evidence fhich later led to the indictment members of the Oregon Hefgation, and numbers of less prominent residents of that state ff ho had become implicated in land frauds. Schneider, it will be re called, r...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 June 1905

"DOWN WITH WAR" GREAT DEMONSTRATION NEAR ST. PETERSOORG. Over 5000 Persons Present Clamored for Funeral March in Memory of Fal len Russian Sailors —Police Inter fere a.-id Are Attacked by the Crowd—Many Persons Injured. St. Petersburg, June 5. —At a great demonstration Sunday evening in the Pavlovsk gardens, near Tsarskoe Selo, 5000 persons present clamored for a funeral march in memory of the Rus sian sailors who had lost their lives in the naval disaster in the Sea of Japan. The members of the orchestra became alarmed and fled from the platform, when M. Novikoff, former mayor of Baku, rose and said: "Let us all by rising show respect for the victims. Down with the war. We have "had enough blood." Some SO policemen entered the far ther end of the hall and elbowed their way through the crowd toward M. No vikoff, whereupon cries were raised of "Let us attack the police." Chairs were seized and hurled at the police, the crowd being led by a colonel with a drawn sword. The policemen fl...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 June 1905

NOKTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, 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 —Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NOTES. J. I. Carver, a policeman of Anacor tes, was shot, perhaps fatally, by Rich ard Peltier, while attempting to ar rest Peltier's companion, Frank Erd, who was creating a drunken disturb ance early Saturday. The bullet lodged just above the officer's heart. His chances for recovery are small. With characteristic Japanese indif ference Arao, the slayer of Sam Chow of Spokane, met death on the scaffold at the Washington state penitentiary Saturday morning. At a recent meeting of the Lincoln County Pioneers' association, final ar rangements were made for the picnic, by the association, June 20, 21, 22, and the program was completed. Over $500 in purses will be hung up for the races on the 21st and 22nd. * The Tacoma postoffice will hereaf ter be open unti...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 June 1905

11 1 The Paramount Issue | With the Farmers in this Season, is, First class Farm and Harvesting 8 Machinery. |p | ing the harvesting season, and buy your ma- V\ '?' \"-^ 1 iimi r-, €^^ne FOm a * loUße iat k ee^ tt com P^ ete ne 11^"'''' % ' S ' Hi' ~ <w>s4 *" 1 j|| i KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO., i 11. A. BIER, Manager Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Months - -75 Three Months .50 ORDINANCE NO. 22. Continued from page one. An ordinance defining the duties of the police justice. ings in the case shall be governed and regulated by the general laws of the state relative to justices of the peace and to their power and jurisdiction. Section 5. He shall keep a docket upon which must be entered all cases arising under the ordin ances of the town of Kennewick, and shall receive the same fees as are prescribed by the laws of the State of Washington relating to like proceedings before justices of the peace. Said fe...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 June 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD °A"- Y M p Martin I lie Northern Pacific official registered at the Antlers today. Iloii't miss the sale at Ash bail gh f, Wednesday June 7th. A V. Mcßeynolds is digging a well tin billots in Anion's addition. H A. Greenburg, bridge engineer for the Northern Pacific Ry., ltoiu fa coma, « s in town ,ookill>? over t,,e ground p-JW to contractors beginning Work on the new bridge. Xi W. Owens has returned from an cxtinded visit with relatives and friends in the states of the middle west. L gpieglecame down Sunday morn injfrom North Yakima and returned this morning. Mrs. Geo. Jauslin, of Spokane is bete viiitiug with her husband for a few dfcyi. A 11. Potter is moving his house hold goods to his house on his five acres in the garden tracts. Wre. Norman Johnson returned this •toning from Tacorna. Mr. and Mrs. Jobnsou will soon pack their house hold goods and move back to Indiana. •Vrs. M fte Skinner and children ex pa* to take up their residence here about September 1. ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 June 1905

WHEN HE COMES HOME. When he comes home, th« baby who has grown To be a man, and claim a man's estate, I listening stand beside the gate alono. And for his welcome footuteps silent wait. Through evening shad«s J am the first to His well-loved form, that joyous draws more near, Ab on the breezes softly comes to me His greeting, fmil of tenderness and cheer. When he comes hor<«, I revel In the past, * While for the future still I hope and pray. Bis hands hold min* In such a lovmg clasp. Though leading I am led; our footsteps stray To old familiar paths where little feet Beside my own so long ago did roam The while his fingers gathered blossoms sweet, We live it o'er again when h» comes home. When he comes home—tny baby, boy, and man — My crown of motherhood glows won drous bright; Lit by the moon's pale beams his face I scan, To know that everything has gone aright We, reverent, bow our heads together here, Beneath the boundless scope of heav en's dome, And offer thanks for such reu...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 June 1905

MARIA DUCIIARME. Every Woman in America Is Interested in This Young Girl's Experience. -. : ' ' I % DUCHARME, kj W HJ 132 Jl Elizabeth .St, • \ f W ' peal, Can. PclVll CATARRH WAS DE STROYING HER UFE--PE RU-NA SAVED HER. Mipj Maria Pticharme, IS2 St. Eliza bet Montreal, Can., writes: "I am satisfied that thousands of women suffer because they do not real ize how bad they really need treatment and feel a natural delicacy in consult ing a physician. "I felt badly for years, had terrible pains, and at times was unable to at tend to my daily duties. I tried to cure myself, but finally my attention I/as called to an advertisement of Peru- V.i in a similar case to mine, and I de cided to give it a trial. "My improvement began as soon as I started to use Peruna and soon I was a well woman. I feel that I owe my life and my health to your wonderful medicine and gratefully acknowledge this fact."—Maria Oucharme. Address Dr. Hartman, President ".f The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio,.for fr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 June 1905

| I 9 Order to (T\a\e | 5 For our Spring Goods we will oiler for the E next 30 flays all ol our Winter Goods at greatly E E reduced prices. All 12c and 15c Outings, E E Flannelettes and Kanatta Senje will be sold =, I For ioc Per Yard §' E Good Medium Weight Wool and Fleeced Un- E p derwear an<l Light Wool Hosiery at greatly E = reduced prices. Ladies' Light Fleeced Wrap- . = 5 pers at actual cost. Don't forget that we E E iiave a nice line of Gent's Clothing, llats and E Shoes that will be sold at live and let live ~ 1 Prices | | Our Grocery Stock 1 E is complete and the prices will always be = E found right. Give us a trial. Ej E AT THE OLD GERRY STAND. | ! ; S.i 111 niti 1.1 ijiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;ii!iiiiiii iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiii huh Every /T\ai> Should Owr) pi KENNEWICK A California Climate. Kennewick has the finest, warmest, and mildest winter climate in Wash., practically, no snow, rain or mud—bound to be the win ter resort of all well-to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 June 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. r> the luscious product. Berry Shipments Block the Platform. Picking, shipping and caring for the immense crop of strawberries has been the occupation of three fourths of the people in the Kenne wick valley during the present week. The immense shipments, both east and west, caused some sorrowful faces on the railroad men handling the trains. livery day since the shipments commenced it has been almost impossible to find passage »vay on the depot platforms on account of the great quantities of berries ready for shipment. The trains have at different times been held from 35 to 45 minutes while the berries were being loaded. The ' Kennewick berries have up to the present time monopolized the mar kets, and the prices have been very ' satisfactory to the growers.-Home seeker & Investor. Will Stop Here. Word has been received that the irrigation committees of the senate and the house of representatives who are touring the west will make a daylight ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 June 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, 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 —Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NOTES. The cerfew bell at Ellensburg now rings at 8:30 P- m. Grain near Wilbur is well advanced and barley is beginning to head. The May tax receipts at Taconia amounted to $1G3,000, an increase of about $33,000 over last year. Collegiate work at the University of Washington has now been closed for the present year. The annual reunion of the pioneers of Spokane county held last week was enjoyed by between GOO and 700 peo ple. The May flour shipments from Se attle amounted to 122,6s 1 barrels, val ued at nearly one half million dol lars. Governor Mead has decided that Judge S. J. Chadwick of Colfax is in eligible to the office of railway com missioner. Ernest Tougli, aged 13, son of Jas. Tough, a farmer near Rock Lake, had his left arm shot off while hunting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 June 1905

EDITORS' HIGH TIME NATIONAL ASSOCIATION ENTER TAINED IN WILD WEST STYLE. Miller Brothers, at Their 101 Ranch, Near Bliss, Gkla., Entertain 50,000 People at a Buffair Hunt and Indian Celebration —Stage Robbery and Parade of Indians. Bliss, Okla., June 12. —Fifty thou sand people were entertained by Mil ler Brothers, at tue 10L ranch Sun day, the visit of the National Editorial association to the ranch being made the occasion for the buffalo hunt, a buffalo dinner and an Indian celebra tion. The editors, many of whom were accompanied by ladies, arrived on the ranch at 11 o'clock over the Santa Fe in a special train. The general public !*ad been invited to the entertainment. The Santa Fe railroad, which runs through the ranch, carried 20,000 people to 101, and as many more drove in to attend the show. An immense grandstand extend ing around the arena was built for the visitors. The arena itself was half a mile long and a third of a mile wide. To handle the crowd required nearly 200 pas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 June 1905

' ~ j ' v §|j With the Farmers in this Season, is, First class Farm and Harvesting 111 Bp Machinery. ||j «>*? / >0\ ' W ' g <f| We realize that only first class bearing .<> \rffM \ U\ \ V The McCormicks have roller bearings, and ftp® I \ V \ r'i ; \ j|/y dust proof bushings. Consider the minor | \\ , fl^2 ||pjj| points as well as the more ones. * —!;,, t ~ i yto waltaVeekffor every repair you want dur- J ' J. v i ! y % £3^l £§SS |fw^lil ing tho harves " tin g season ' and W y° ur ma ~ •,'i 1 vCx fl|S? |gj ''>} chine from a house that keep a complete line ' V'V? ; ; \' \, V■■V j||J| S "" ' ; VW» § 1 KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO., I A ' HIER ' Manager Kennewick courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Months - .75 Three Mouths - - - .50 Senator Mitchell, ot' Oregon, is on trial in the land fraud cases. Ex-Senator Heitfield was unan imouslv elected mayor of Lewiston Monday. Eighty-one graduates will re ceive diplom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 June 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD fHOM MONDAY S DAILY I ! Strawberry plants for sale. J, Ser couibe. d-w from tucsday'b dail C. E. King of the linn of King >V Hon went up the river on the Gerome Tuesday morning to solicit new busi ness for his linn. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Breithaupt ar-1 rived in town Monday night and are busily engaged in getting settled in j their new lioiue in Anion's addition. The excursion on the Gerome, Sun day was patronized by quite a number i of the citieetis of Kennewick and l J as- j co who took ad.vantage of the opportu nity to have a steamer ride and see the sights of the lower Columbia The Kennewick brass band went along to furnise music for the occasion The run was made to the mouth of the Walla Walla river where a stop was made for dinner. The excursionists took their baskets to the beautiful gtoves on the banks os the latter river where they spent a pleasant hour discussing the' good things and admiring the scenery ' FROM WEDNESDAY'S DAIL Everybody is enthusiastic ove...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 June 1905

CREATED FOR YOU. I believe that the world was created for you, 01), baby, with brown eyes and baby with blue. Oh, baby with gray eyes and baby with black. It was made and whirled out oil eter nity's track To just make a playground all colors and gold, All sapphire, and umber, and green, and I hold Thut we who are old are permitted to 6tay To help you, and guard you, and watch o'er your play. For we who are old yesterday were as you; We were babies with black eyes, and gray eyes, and blue; Wo romped in the meadows, and laugh ed in the sun, And at night, tired out with our frolic and fun, We crept to our mother so loving and sweet And she in one hand held our two tiny feet. And one arm held around us, and taught us to pray, Ah, yes, we were babies like you yes terday! Our pnpa stood by us as yours stands by you, And he stooped, Just like this, for a sweet kiss or two; And his look as he held out his arms wide apart— His look—why 'twas just like the throb in our heart When we stand by ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 June 1905

His Health Was Wrecked Pe-ru-na Gave New Life HON. JOHN TIGhE Assemblyman fighe's letter should ba rei.u ny kvery worker natiitig a slrei iioiiS life. Hon. John Tijrlie, Xo. 98 Tiemsen St., Cohoes, N. Y., Member of Assembly from the Fourth district, Albany coun ty, X. Y., writes as follows: "Peruna has my hearty indorsement as a restorative tonic of superior merit. At times when I have been completely broken do\Vn from excess of work, bo that my faculties seemed actually at a standstill, Perur.a has acted as a heal ing restorer, starting the machinery of mind and body afresh with new life and energ\. "I recommend it to a man tired in mind and body as a tonic superior to anything I know of and well worthy serious consideration."—J. Tiglie. Excess of work so common in our country causes impaired nerves, lead ing to catarrh and catarrhal nervousness —a disease that is responsible for half of all nervous troubles. Peruna cures this trouble because it cures catarrh wherever located. If y...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 June 1905

Eii»iijnii!imiiiiin!!imiiiii>iiiim!tiiii:inimiMiMiiiui!iimiimimmiiiiiiii!imii!£; | ii? Order to f £ I | ■IM.H ■■■II I _ ~ E For oiiv Spring Goods we will offer lor the = z next 30 days all of our Winter Goods at greatly E iE reduced prices. All l'Je and 15c Outings, E Flannelettes and Kanatta will be sold = | For ioc Per Yard | r Good Medium Weight. Wool and Fleeced Un- = derwear and Light Wool Hosiery at greatly E r reduced prices. Ladies' Light Fleeced Wrap- ~ E pers at actual cost. Don't forget that we E E liave a nice line of Gent's Clothing, Ilats and E E Shoes that will be sold at live and let live ~ E prices. t . E 1 Our Grocery Stock; 1 E is complete and the prices will always be = E found right. Give us a trial. = 22 — | AT THE OLD GERRY STAND. E aiiiimiiMiiiiiiiiiniiiiiJiimiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiuimsiiiirminiMiiiiiHjiiiimmiiini |f THE ARCTIC I "5 ICE CREAM PARLOR Sr.; gS ICECREAM, LEMONADE, SODA 5^ WATER, CANDY. NUTS & FRUITS Mrs. C. C. POWELL Next to P. 0. 3^ rinn.rL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 June 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. (5 ROSS TURNED DOWN. State Land Commissioner E. W. Ross is on his way home. He has been defeated. The department will not approve the state selection I amounting to 55,000 acres in Yak • ! ima county under the Carey law. j Id order to let Mr. Ross down easy' it is reported that the decision has | been postponed until the comtniss-j ioner can secure evidence to show ; that the Sunnyside people have a water right sufficient to irrigate the lands, but as a matter of fact the decision has been made up, it is un I favorable, and the scheme to keep! the government out of the Yakima valley has received its quietus. The decision is a righteous one. It is one for which every citizen of the Yakima country, and every friend of irrigation in the state ought to be truly thankful. The 1 theory of the Carey law was wrong Irrigation by the state was never desirable, and it is less so now than ever because the federal govern ment has taken up the work the State was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 June 1905

SOLACE IN NATURE. When fortune had no smile for you, and Joy smiled out of reach, And you and happiness, alaa! were very far apart, Did you ever stand at twilight on some quiet, wave-washed beach. And let the sea's soft monotone speak comfort to your heart? When life had lost its savor and chill disappointment fell On the cherished plan or project that you had gladly made. Did you ever bend your footsteps to some green and tranquil dell, Whe ro the trees grow leaves for heal ing and bird 1 * sing unafraid? When death had cast its shadow, and a loving voice was still That had been as tender music to the sunshine of your day. Did you ever take your sorrow to the moorland or the hill. And let the whispering breezes charm your bitter tears away? For nature, sweet in silence and passing sweet in speech. Has a word for every trouble and balm for every smart; But to find her gifts of solace, which are well within our reach. We must come as trustful seekers and draw ever near her heart. n S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 June 1905

SADIE ROBINSON. Pretty Girl Suffered From Nervousness and Pelvic Catarrh —Found Quick Relief in a Few Pays NERVOUSNESS AfcO WEAKNESS CURED BY PE-RU-NA Miss Sadie Robinson, 4 Rand street, Maiden, Mass., writes: "Peruna was recommended to me about a year ago as an excellent remedy for the troubles peculiar to our sex, and as I found that all that was said of this medicine was true, I am pleased to endorse it. "I began to use it about seven months ago for weakness and nervousness, caused from overwork and sleeplessness, and found that in a few days I began to grow strong, my appetite increased and I began to sleep better, consequently my nervous ness passed away and the weakness in the pelvic organs soon disappdared anp I have been well and strong ever since." Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, Presi dent of the Hartman Sanitarium, Co lumbus, 0., for free medical advice. All correspondence strictly confidential. Mexico bought 137 locomotives and 23,308 tons of steel rails from the United State...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 June 1905

i The Paramount Issue 1 fi With the Farmers in this Season, is, First class Farm and Harvesting; ll g Machinery. g | Wc realize that only first class bearing ->> t , |^| I iV\ \ V' "% jjl The McCormicks have roller bearings, and _ _, r ' (jj@2 1 \ \uV \fe \H '■?' \ Wh dust proof bushings. Consider the minor > ■>_. y. V ~1 MlJm ' points as well as the more important ones. '■'«=- ; v ' | - MS VrrZrS H l l «^ =£ 7 W W' / We will have a line up for samples ill a few . - -O/-; wSi \ ' \ Wiy >/ )/ 4ays. /.void the great annoyance of 'having | ~^ wf I jjv\ \ }'•'J!] ( to wait a week.;for every repair you want dur- ■,'■;iSMP; m^syH W\ [I ing the harvesting season, and buy your ma- ~ ' „ 'x .Wg|i| 0 chine from a house that keep a complete line • V A> \ ' 8 " * " v wa js 1 KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO.. 1 j||j| y * - \ H* A. BIER, Manager Kennewick courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, iu Advance - - Sl.oO Bix Months - Three Months ... - .50 T...

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