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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 April 1904

IbfQjoltimbut (Soulier C. O. ANDERSON, Editor^ Published Kvery Friday Hi Keußfej wick, Washington TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION % One Year, ill Advance - - $1.60 j Six Mxitlia .... .75 Three Mouth* .... .60 Advertising Rate* Made Known Upon Application Yhk Columbia Courier f* entered as second class matter at <h« pi»t office. in Kknnbwick, Wash. Rev. Williams will preach at Enkin's Hall at 11:30 on Easter Sunday. Miss M. E. Kelly from Genoa Nebraka, is visiting with Mrs. Irvin. Try some of the cement coated nails at J. J. Reed & Co.; they will not rust or pull out. Kennewick base ball team will play the Kiona boys at 2. p. m., April 3rd, at park. Everybody come. If you are in the market for a harness do not overlook our etock and price.—Kennewick Hardware Co. H. A. Hover it letting a con tract for plowing sec. 31, town *hip 7, range 31, in Horse Heaven, and will have it seeded noxt full. L. G. Moor* is building an underground box flume (long the east aide of Washington etreet, in whi...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 April 1904

Skftofamliatonritr C. O. ANDERSON, Editor,, Published Every Friday at ICeuDO-1 wrick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advanee - - $1.60 Six Mxithfl .... .75 Three Month* .... .60 Advertising Rnten Made Known Upon Application The Columbia Courier f* entered »* second class matter at Che post office. in Kehnewick, Wash. —— * Rev. Williams will preach at Eakin's Hall at 11:30 on Easter Sunday. Miss M. E. Kelly from Genoa Nebraka, is visiting with Mrs. frvin. Try some of the cement coated nails at J. J. Reed & Co.; they will not rust or pull out. Kennewick base ball team will play the ICiona boys at 2. p. m., April 3rd, ut park. Everybody come. If you are in the market for a harness do not overlook our stock and price.—Kennewick Hardware Co. H. A. Hover is letting a con tract for plowing sec. 31, iowh nhip 7, range 31, in Horse Heaven, and will have it seeded noxt full. L. G. Moore is building an underground box flume along the east side of Washington street, in which ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 April 1904

"local and personal Stndebnier Wagons at Em : gh'« I,unit*'' Vurd Fresh milch cow for sale—h. S. Krly. AVoodmanse windmills at the Kennewick Hardwire Co. G. E. Hanson is planting trees on his five acre tract in the Kenne wick gardens. A number of fruit trees will be planted in the Kennewick Gardens during the coming week. Workingmen! Examine our fifty cent work shirts—guaranteed full cut and OK in quality.— Cantriu. & KAKN. 1,. C. Rudow is absent this week 011 a trip to several coast towns lookiug up their advantages and prospects. Deautilulspring hats, veiling and Uccs and ribbons at remark* bly low pricts.—Mrs. Rois R. Hayues, milliner, Kenuewick. Wilkie & Dirckaen received their ice, atored it in their ice bouse and will be ready to deliver ice to the consumers of congealed aqua dur ing the heated months. "Money saved is money made" and its it costs nothing to exam ine our stock and prices and buy when you can save money.—Can- T«H. & Eakjh. j/fht Ladies Aid of the M. ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 April 1904

local and personal Stntltbakri' Wagons at Em : ffh'a Lumber Vanl Kresh milcli cow for sale—L. S. Erly. Woodmanse windmills at the Kennewick Hardware Co. G. E. Hanson is planting trees on his five acre tract in the Kenne wick gardens. A number of fruit trees will be planted in the Kennewick Gardens 1 during the coining week. Workingmeu! Examine our : fifty cent work shirts—guaranteed full cut and O K in quality.— CANTRIU. & KAKIN. I„. C. Rudow is absent this i week 011 a trip to several coast towns looking up their advantages and prospects. Deautilul spring hats, veiling and laccs and ribbons at remark! bly i low prices.—Mrs. Rois R. Hayues, i milliner, Kennewick. Wilkie & Dircksen received their ice, stored it in their ice house and will be ready to deliver ice to the consumers of congealed aqua dur ing the heated mouths. "Money saved is money made" and its it costs nothing to exam ine our itock and prices and buy when you can save mouey.—Can- TRII« & BASIN. j/Cht Ladies...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 April 1904

MINING MID Ml B • MELTERB ARE PREPARING FOR SPRING WORK. Itema.of Interest Gathered During the Pact We#k—B. C. Lead and Zinc Minet'Buey on Account of Bounty— C>ipur d'Alene Dietrict a Gr»>.t Pro i-MnutKAccldenU and Personal^ V- - I . Tho #idßft'ican ministers In north Korea find themselves In a most diffi cult position. TJ'eir ability to continue wprk, notwithstanding the outbreak of hostilities, is dependent upon their atrictly minding their own business and exercising great caution to avoid of fending either of the combatants. They have practically ceased sending out any private correspondence, fn fear that some chance expressions therein might be construed into evidence of partiality. Britiah Columbia Mining Notes. Boundary mines have this year Bent out over 200,000 tons of ore, the value of which is estimated to *be not than $1,000,Q00. In the.Le Roi at Rossland. develop ment and stoping is steadily under way on ihe 700, the 800, and the 900 and the 1350 levels, on all of ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 April 1904

KOREA AND ITS PEOPLE. Country Han Never Recovered from Invasion -of the Japanese. The people of Korea are not Japan ese, and they are not Chinese, says J. Stoat Fassett, In the Review of Re views. They are Mongolian, and have a polysyllabic language with a phonet ic alphabet Thpy have a recorded his tory, of authenticity, which claims for them a <x,i...lnuous existence as a Korean peopL of alx>ut 5,000 years, the earlier part of which of course is shrouded In the tra dition and fable. As early as t! re'e centuries ago. the Koreans lipd nudfe great progress In the arts. They built ships 200 feet long and covered tuera *lth plates of Iron, the iron being Simmered ,nto snm " plates and fas tened by small spikes driven into the wood. They made woven fabrics and were very skillful In metal Avork, in the fashioning of Jewels and In the manufacture of pottery. They were far in advance of their Japanese neighbors, to whom they have taught the arts of metal working, pottery iuaking and...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 April 1904

THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME Are Never Without Peruna in the House for Catarrhal Diseases. MR. AND MRS. J. O. ATKINSON, INDEPENDENCE, MO. Under date of January 10, 1897, Dr. Hartman received the following letter: "My wife bad been suffering from a complication of diseases for the past 25 years. "Her case had baffled the skill of some of the most noted physicians. One of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years' standing. "She also was passing through that most critical period in the life of a woman—change of life. In June, 1895, I wrote to you about her case. You advised a course of Peruna and Manalin, which we at once commenced,j and£have to say it completely cured her. She firmly believes that she would have been dead only for these Wonderful remedies. "About the same time I wrote you About my own case of catarih, which had been of 25 years' standing. At times I was almost past going. I com menced to use Peruna according to your intructions and continued its use for •...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

.as the winners m the re-: f ejection at Missoula. 1 f ( ©LUMBIsSsSi JURIKSR. () Knights Tom pi in .s of Mou- IT VOL. II- NO. 52. pßß9gj22*9^4se*sjte2a«66firyzes*» ciiM\n/cmp I X The largest irrigated district W U in tlie beautiful and fertile S| | YAKIMA VALLEY % & The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for W §5J sale, lands suited to the production of high grade 6^ M crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all S®. kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- pi tifnl homes. y Raw land $60 to $90 an acre & if according to location. With water right. Jf, % TERMS: One-fifth down, balance in five 5J years at six per cent. Those lands are ll (l watered by the great Sunnyside canal. . . , V For particulars, inquire of, or write to A M WASHINNGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'V, ZILLA.WASH. 5g iW«BB»BBSgMB»3WWWij Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... .. _ Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

WLOHiliiK^ THBV C*R^^VEmHINO^J_^ N Their m *"»» ls Wa " ■Bjjfrnie J^* apaneße Rifle ,s 3 Kick Because but Do Not Pay. Plngyang, Korea.—The Japanese sol- 1 diers and equipment seem to command universal admiration. Not one dis senting voice is to bo heard among the European ami American residents i in Korea. On the contrary, favorable I comparison is mado with our own J troops and the troops of Europe. In the first place, food, luggage and everything which must bo carried with an army are done tip in packages that \ can easily be handled by individuals! unaided, and which, if needs be, can be carried on the backs of the men. 8o there are no army wagons or army mules. Packhorses and coolies do the work, and, though many Korean bul lock carts have been put into service, there is no necessity for them. The rice, which is the staple food, ls done up in 00 pound packages. One coolie can carry a sack all day over the most rugged country. Two sacko go to make the load of a Korean pony and fr...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

m iORTIWEST STATES late news of the past week briefly told. Choice Selection of Interesting Items. Gathered From Exchanges—Cullings j From Washington, Idaho, Montana j and Oregon—Numerous Accidents' and Personal Happenings Occur. WASHINGTON NEWS. A plant to make brick, to cost will be installed at Proper. Fanning operations are in full blast iu ilie vicinity of Eudieott, and ball of (lie spring seeding is dune, lu western Whitman county, where the boil i» lighter and contains more sand than In the eastern half, spring, work can begin from one to three weeks earlier tban further eubt. Advertisements are posted asking fur bids on the new mail and stage route from i'omeroy to Lewiston, that ig to be officially opened May 9. Iu the third incendiary lire within two hours, at Seattle, early Sunday morning, J. W. Norris was probably fatally burned while trying to sare his wife from the tlames. A savings bank, lo be known a» the people's Savings bank, has been or ganized at Davenport. So mu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

Bln Columbia ftoumr C. O. ANDERSON, Editor P«bU.Hhed Every Friday at lfcenne vrick, Washington TRRMB QF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advane* - - $1.50 Hi* Manths - .75 Three Mouth* ' .... .50 Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application The Columbia Courier Jh entered *a ueeond ciaa* matter ul tho post ofllce. in KttuNßwicK, WASH. Andrew Carnegie has sent word to President Roosevelt that ho need not worry over rumors that the moneyed inter ests of Wall street are not dis posed to chip in to the Repub lican campaign fund. The founder of libraries says he stands ready to contribute any reasonable sum, up to $1,000,000 if necessary, to offset any defec tions by tho rich Wall-street men. Mr. Carnegie has a high regard for the President, not only as a man, but as a Presi dent. His course in the North ern Securities merger case was especially pleasing to Mr. Car - j negie, who holds that Roose-' volL'a firm stand ju&t at that time saved the entire country from a tremendous speculative c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

local and personal I Studebaker Wagons at Smith's! Lninber Yard. A. V. Mcßeynolds has beeu ap- 1 pointed constable at Kennewick. 1 \ Alfalfa hay $14 per ton.—L. S. 1 Erley. Mrs. G. C. Seal and Mrs. C. \V. j Jessup are on the sick roll. B. F. Warren is seeding his five i acre tract into alfalfa. I have for sale about 40 chickens 1 of good strain. —h. C. Rudow. Harry Van Horn of Kiona was a ! visitor to Kennewick Wednesday 4' Daniel Boyd has set out his five j acre tract in the Kennewick Gar-; dens, to fruit trees. N. C. Bowles is building a flume | on his place in which lie will use 6000 feet of lumber. A. Speuce is putting his 10 acre tract to strawberries. He will put out about 75,000 plants this year.* The flumes built in section seven carrying water from the main canal, are now ready for service. Mrs. Penn will have charge of , services at the M. K. Church Sun day. \V. W. Swan has set out his ' whole five acre tract, in the Gar- j dens, to fruit trees and berries. j G. N. Yancy w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

nmanra m nun 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. Inhabitants in the vicinity of Dev il's Hole, near Danville, Livingstone! county, N. Y., have been territieu over' a big landslide occasioned by some subterranean phenomena as yet unex plained. The slide was accompanied by the sound of a muffled explosion which appeared to como from the earth. No material damage is report ed. The Russian soldiers, who are nat urally superstitious have been deeply inlluenced by a widespread report that the Japanese possess magnetic stones| capable of rendering their adversaries powerless. Ollicers are endeavoring to restore contldence among the men, who are convinced that they are fight ing against sorcerers. At Wichita, Kan., some women at a party discussed the Reed Smoot affair and varied the function by hanging the Utah senator in efllgy. G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

Tcxti* Itch or Matifce. Mange is caused by an Itch mite which inhabits the horse, ass, mule or steer, and may migrate to man. where it may thrive as well. An old bulletin of the Minnesota Experiment Statiou guys that, though very small, it can be readily detected moving along the scurf of an infected skin, if a strong magnifying lens is used. It forms small galleries beneath the scurf skin, in which it hides and multiplies. If the hide of an infested horse is warmed by the sun or in a warm stable, the mite becomes very active, and is found quite readily by those trained in such | work. Like all burrowing itch mites, | they cannot exist for a long time if re moved from their burrow and exposed to the dry air; in moist places they can exist, however, for many days, even for many weeks. Horses invaded by such parasites show their presence by being restless, which Is caused by their incessant itching about the head, mane, tail and back. Numerous open sores and scabs make the presence of...

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

NO APPETITE - EMACIATED - NERVOUS. Many Women During the Spring Months Suffer From Extreme Lassitude, Loss of Appetite and Nervousness===What They Need Is PE-RU-MA, THE GRE&T T3Nt&. Miss Bertha M. Rush, 5435 Kin carda street, Pittsburg, Pa., Superin tendent Junior Society of Methodist Proteatant Church and leading soprani) of the choir, write?: "Woids cannot describe my thankfulness to you for Peruna. I was a sufferer from sys temic catarrh for years and was in a very much run down condition. I was extremely nervous and had the most foolish fears over nothing. I was thin and emaciated. "My physician advised me to leave: this climate but as it was not conven ient to do 10 at this time, 1 took the advice of a friend to use a bottle of lV runa. 1 took it faithfully arid when the lirat bottle was gone 1 felt so much better that I bought six more and took them faithfully, after which 1 looked like a new woman. "I gained in fleah, my appetite re turned and all ray old symptoms had...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

kennewick The California of the Northwest. You are going west, anil the ques tion Is, "Where to stop." bet us give tou a tew reasons why Kennewlck. Washington, under the new irrigation system Ot the Northern Pacific Irn .atlon Company affords the beßt op portunities tor a family seeking a new tome or a capitalist seeking an m vestment. FlßST.—Kennewick lies in the cen ter of a district comprising 14,000 acres of land, now being put under the most modern and complete system of irrigation that is possible by the com bination of experience and capital. SECOND— Its location gives it un surpassed markets for its products, be ing midway between Spokane and Se attle on the line of the Northern Pa j ciflc Railway. THIRD. —Kennewick lands are far , cheaper than any similar lands can Do nought, for the reason that the Irri gation Company is closely allied with the Northern Pacific Railway, and has had in view the upbuilding of a pros perous community on its line, and has therefore given the p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

BARBED WIRE PLOWS and HARROWS KENNEWICK HARDWARE COMPANY ED ACaROK WALKING HARROWS We are well stocked with Reliable Brands of Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Shelf and Heavy Hardware . . . Estimates Furnished on Tin & Plumbing Work . . . Furniture Department Our Furniture Dept. is POMPTFTF. and we are prepared to furnish these Goods at the lowest possible prices ? be SolnmbMtmtm; C. O. ANDERSON, Editor ! Published Every Friday at Kenne wick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Months .... .751 Three Months *- - - - .50 i Advertising Rates Made Known Upon j • Application Thk Columbia Courier Is entered as second class matter at the postottice in Kennkwick, Wash. The wheat fiolds in Horse : Heaven are now green and the < grain several inches high. It i is refreshing to gaze upon the ver dant fields along the distant l : hills. In a very few years that : section will be shipping multi- i plied thousands of bushels of splendid fall wheat to the...

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

KENNEWICKLES Born —To Mr. and Mrs. Harper, a daughter. All concerned are do ing well. Attorney Boyd has his office about completed, and will be ready for business in a few days. T. A. Hickey will speak 011 Sat urday night on the subject "What Shall We Do To Be Saved?" Frank Buchet, a real estate man from Walla Walla, visited Kenne wick Thursday on business. Frank Kniigh received a carload of Studebaker wagons the other day. He disposed of three of them yes terday. H. A. Hover has leveled his yard and will have gardeners working there for some time to come making things pleasant. M. A. Cooper, of Sumner, Wash., was a visitor here yesterday. He is the owner of 160 acres of land near this place. James McGreeve arrived from Sand Point, Idaho, this week, to look over things here with a view to making an investment. Frank Brashear, who has been in the contracting and building bus iness here during the past winter, left Sunday morning for Seattle. M. Gilbert arrived from Clark ston yesterd...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 April 1904

▲ trust company has been formed to take care of Carnegie's gifts to New York. Now let ug have the charity trust It 1* not at all likely, however, that the next get-rich-quick schemer will bn\e any serious trouble in finding victims. Pat Orowe has turned up in Liver pool as a hero of the Boer war. But a war shouldn't always be Judged by Its heroes. Venezuela's "other" creditors have a well-defined suspicion that "there ain't a-goln' to be no core." Hence their Insistency. Russia claims a man nfco has cre dentials to prove that be is 200 years old. The fact that he has been a widower for 125 years may explain it. ▲U this trouble over the wine used at the launching of the Meteor might bave been avoided by using plain wa ter according to W. C. T. U. prefer ences. Poultney Bigelow says this country would stand no show In a war with Germany. It will be remembered, however, that Poultney has said a good many other things. New York and Philadelphia are sup plying up-to-date idols for Korea ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 April 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 111. NO. 1. SUNNYSIBE The largest irrigated district in the beautiful and fertile YAKIMA VALLEY The Washington Irrigation Comyauy offers for sale, lands 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 fanning and beau tiful homes. Raw land $60 to $90 an acre according to location. With water right. TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five years at six per cent. Those lands are | watered by the great Sunnyside canal. . . . j For particulars, inquire of, or write to I WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'V, ZILLA,WASH. 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 oj all kinds. Ladies and Gent's Spring and Sum mer Undewear, Glovers snd Nectwear. In addition we carry a fine ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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