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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 18 May 1906

K3NNEWICK. MARKET FRESH MEATS OF ALL POULTRY, EGGS AND FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH FISH EVERY L AU^ Church Suppers ~ cf < m ~ For by feEKl® Hawes&Schoch Mpkws WITH PURCHASES OF %af ~ » IRRIGATION Our properties are located i.i the Columbia Valley between Wallula ana 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 v/atered 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 ...

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. — 25 May 1906

fOD. V- No ' 5 tm LANDS GAME f|9lT OBS WIN BY HTO 4. i tort* crowd attended the ball Sunday afternoon between Cf,odtbe local bunch of ball The crowd included a ''i!Tdcle«" ti(jn of rooters "° m '"Idand ® switch engine load from The g ame was looi>el y abounded in errors on ? nart of teams but the !T«re unable to connect with "shoots" and a 1 number of strikeouts were chalked up to his credit. The Mlloonwentupin the fifth inning .beoLind scored 6 tuns. Kenne Sk secured 3»n the eighth and S*theninth. J. K. DePriest was Empire and Ralph Reed kept the official score which was as fol lots by innings: ,23456789 Lind 01006003 4—*4 Kooew'ck 00000003 I—4 QfllTS UNCLE SAM. G. R- Washburn came to liis new bonis in Section 7 a few days g go from Seattle. He is a son 01 r, D. Washburn who bought tht Nisseu plaoe. He has just com pletedaterm of service in the U.S nivf. He enlisted to serve until 21 and after four years' and uine months'.«ervice he returned from Manila by way of Hong Kong Yokoh...

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. — 25 May 1906

FIERCE FORESTFIRES NORTHERN MICHIGAN PENINSULA DEVASTATED DT FLAKES. The Northern Michigan Peninsula Fire Swept Five Counties—Several Million Dollars of Property Destroy ed—Wind Was Blowing a Gale—so Mile Stretch Burned. Escanaba, Mich., May 20. — Four known dead, a score or more persons missing, hundreds of families home less, several millions of dollars of property burned, four towns wiped out entirely and a dozen more partially; five counties devastated and hundreds of square miles of territory fire swept. This is the dreadful picture that the northern Michigan peninsula presents today after the worst forest fire since the Peshtigo disaster in 1871. General Superintendent W. E. Wells of the Escanaba & Lake Superior rail way, along whose right of way the greatest loss occurred, has returned from a trip of inspection over the fire stricken area and says that the flames have gone down, and for the time be ing the danger is over unless a new gale arises to again fan the embers in...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 May 1906

NEWSOFNORTHWEST .KBIIiTON, IOAHO, MONTANA tliD OREGON NEWS ITEMS. Fe « Interesting Item. Gathered A our Exchanges of the Bur prom uur Cotn.ry-Num.rou. Aocl and Perß° na ' E v « nt * Take dtflts » nu p laC »—FaH Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTE*. w Jacreek is preparing to cele the Fourth of July. ,!iiratory services were held Sun- at 3 o'clock m the Swed <a> hprnacle at Spokane. company of Seattle InUy Purchast'd 4,000 sheep from Vessey & Mcßae company of Ki- Hee Poindexter of Spokane made „c Mosto permanent receiver ot the Wtane-Colnmbin River Railroad & vavisation company. * T ,,e executive committee of the tiand Commercial club will be in ZS J sa,urday and , Sa ?T May 26th and 27th, as guests of the k Ci pieht divorces have been granted !»*..rins the present term of the supe- V \ court at Conconully and the end is not yet. This is the record for Okano- the Big Bend country •cross the river from Wenatchee is in ' exceptionally good condition and ,he ranchers expect the ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 May 1906

KENNEWICK Real Estate Snaps 30 acres with the "N. P. great water right" at $90 per acre. 3 Lots, close in Kennewick, for $450 if taken soon. 40 acres near Finley, best of soil and loca tion. $125 per acre with water right. Will divide and give terms. 10 acres near Kennewick, best in valley, very cheap. SPECIAL: Two Houses to Kent. Three Lots for $500 this month. We Can and Will Please You If You Look Our Way Hanson & Rich The Bargain Givers JVWrWAVrVrW/AVAViW? S7 W. R. AMON, PRESIDENT. L. E. JOHNSON, "CASHIER. B. F. KNAPP, ASST. CASHIER ItHE EXCHANGE BANRf KENNEWICK, WASH. 2^ Lb ... FOUNDED ON . . . SOLIDITY CONSERVATISM LIBERALITY £ 2 COURTEOUS TREATMENT (jS Accounts of Corporations, Firms, Societies and ?2 Individuals Solicited. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Have you land to sell Do you want to buy land Do you want city property BE SURE TO SEE The Kennewick Land Company They can save you money on your purchase It pays to buy of the owners FERRY Kennewick-Pasco Ferry is now r...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 May 1906

THE local field prom Saturday's Daily for ,nen ' 55,0 to $lß> A»bb»«8 b 4 to * ... The county commissioners will be ked to grant a license for a serond sa loon at Hover. The Connell Cement Stone Co. is put , „ tin gome fine cement stono buildings ;?«!%«• w - A - L "" der 18 " ie o»n»?er a \w Morse, manager of Wren & rreenouffh's Spokane office, was in town yesterday on business and is down it Hover today. The steam shovel has completed its nregent job and the grade lines join. Itis intended to move the machine will oove on to Hover the first of the week. E f. Eioholtz representing the Freinoand Gardiner Bros, nurseries has sold and will soon complete the delivery of 38000 trees and 56,000 grapes to the Kennewick valley. VVm. Keefer has returned from a respecting tour to Spokane and north Jnthe Spokane Falls & Northern to Myers' Falls- That country is looking fine, Keefer says. From Monday's Daily R. H. Russel of Genesee, Idaho, Is In i low" oabusinea. f* Lind and Sunnysid...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 May 1906

For The Term ottjis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKB CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) The red lips parted, and the blue •yea, brighter than ever, stared vacant ly around. The sound of her father's ▼olce seemed to have roused her, for she began to speak a little prayer: "God bless papa and mamma, and God bless all on board this ship, God bless me, and make me good girl, iwr Jesus Christ's ■ake, our Lord. Amen." The sound of the unconscious child's simple prayer had something awesome In it, and John Vickers, who not ten minutes before would have sealed his own death warrant unhesitatingly to pre serve the Bafety of the vessel, felt his eyes fill with unwonted tears. The con trast was curious. From out the midst of that desolate ocean—in a fever-smit ten prison ship, leagues from land, sur rounded by ruffians, thieves and mur derers—the baby voice of an innocent child called confidently on heaven. Two hours afterward—as the Mala bar, escaped from the peril which had menaced her, plunged cheerily t...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 May 1906

More Year that comes, more housewives I m «FYW' Ik ar ® giving up their exhorbitant ■ LtOUNCEsrijn, priced Baking Powders and m turnin S to KC, the honest and V ■ reliable, which has stood so well 8 m ing te3 t °h t ears ' They are find " mf 1 BAKING m POWDER M Vw C H .c*oo.. s t<Tl ■ costs one-third the price of powder anywhere near K C f/T quality, and makes better, purer, more Ja healthful baking. 25 ounces for 25c. jjf TBI Setnl postal for " Book of Presents." JAQUES MFG. CO. Chicago, 111. ' "I bad expected there would be a great splurge at Miss Fawtyfore's wedding, but it seems to hare passed off quietly." "Oh. yes; the young man suomitted to the operation without a murmur." —Chicago Tribune. AKE YOU GOING EAST? Tust send me a postal card, telling when an a where you are going, and 111 tell you how b«st to get there and the cost. More than that, I will help you arrange your trip and be of service to you in every way pos- S ' b Th« Bnrlington offers better service over a grea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 25 May 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET Wm. Dircksen, Prop. FRESH MEATS OF ALL ALU - QiUßcx Suppers - c, < b rOT £>ctlC by T IMPORTED JL Hawes & Schoch Mpkws WITH PURCHASESOF IRRIGATION Our properties are located i.i the Columbia Valley between Waiiula and Pasco —the lowest elevation of any irrigated lands in the State of Washington and are especially adapted to raising al falfa, vegetable.?, 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 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 opp...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 June 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. V. NO. 6 OS NORTH BANK W ROAD- Elliott of the Northern now in the west on one of ITrrfular trips of inspection gave following interesting re f*j,.rte«ut interview: St. Paul we have most of our lines in the dir °p „t0 , the Ld first, then up to Belhngham 2 Everett, back throu S h Yaki " Zto Spokane, then through the Li* country over the Wasbiog ft Colombia River road and thtneeto Portland. We traveled j jflni the Snake river in a steamer, [watching the progress on the Lewis |i|.Ripiria extension, which seems Agoing on fairly well. tftye came over tha O. R. .& N. jflgWallula by daylight to see tfae work along tbe north bank of t be Cohmbia. The work is pro peamg well with over 6000 men at work. The road is being built nth a minimum amount of curva ture, in no plact exc eding 3 per MBtaad with very tew curves as as that The maximum grade, eastfcouon is 11 feet to a B ile. The road will be nearly a yo-fflile-an-bour track. "We have purchased new equip ment...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 June 1906

PALACE [AT MADRID MANSION, WHERE KING ALFONZO Lavishly Prepared With Richest Art Treasures—The Palace Is One of the Largest in Europe—Royal Throne a Superb Affair — Queen's Wedding Gown a Rich Piece of Finery. Madrid, May 30. —The royal palace of Madrid is doubly interesting just now, both as the place from which Alfonso went to meet his bride and as the future home of the royal couple. The suite of apartments designed for the future queen have been most lav ishly prepared with richest art treas ures. But aside from this the palace itseii is one of the largest and most sumptuous of Europe. It is built on the former site of Alcazar, home of the ancient kings, from plans by the Italian artist, Giovanni Bettirta Sac chetti. The first stone was laid in 1738, and 26 years afterward Charles 111. took possession of the edifice and began the decoration of the interior. *ue expenditure amounted to 300,000,- t>i>o rials. The massive structure is of granite throughout, except the frames ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 June 1906

fIISI NOTABLE ACT BRIDE TO B£ PRINCESS ENI ASKS pardon for prisoner. Government Grants Request—Drama tic Events Occur as Prisoner Was on Way to Gallows —Made Her Popu |-r with People —Royal Ceremonies a t the Palace. Madrid, May 28.—The first notable aCt of Princess Ena of Battenberg since her arrival in Spain to become the bride of King Alfonso XIII. has been to induce the king to pardon Fer nando Levera, who was condemned to death after an exciting trial. The dramatic circumstances under which the pardon was given, as the con demned man was going to the gallows, „ ttrac ted widespread attention and further augments the popularity of Princess Ena. Levera was to be executed in the neighboring town of Badajose, but the population solicited Princess Ena's in tercession and she spoke to the king, who consulted with his ministers and after a cabinet council the government resolved to grant the request, as it was the first petition the princess had made in Spain. Thereupon the king issue...

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

KENNEWICK Real Estate Snaps 30 acres with the "N. P. great water right" at $90 per acre. 3 Lots, close in Kennewick, for $450 if taken soon. 40 acres near Finley, best of soil and loca tion. $125 per acre with water light. Will divide and give terras. 10 acres near Kennewick, best in valley, very cheap. SPECIAL: Two Houses to Rent. Three Lots for $000 this month. We Can and Will Please You If You Look Our Way Hanson & Rich The Bargain Givers w - R - AMON, PRESIDENT. L. E. JOHNSON, CASHIER. B. F. KNAPP, ASST. CASHIER || THE EXCHANGE BANKI KENNEWICK, WASH. X L % . . . POUNDED ON . . , L SOLIDITY CONSERVATISM ÜBERAUTY IS COURTEOUS TREATMENT Sp Accounts of Corporations, Firms, Societies and 5? / k Individuals Solicited. Interest paid on Time Deposits. 7 2 Have you land to sell Do you want to buy land Do you want city property BE SURE TO SEE The Kennewick Land Company They can save you money on your purchase It pays to buy of the owners FERRY Kennewick-Pasco Ferry is now running. W. ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 June 1906

LOCAL FIELD pfQgi Saturday's Dally k, r u LiPPoldof Watertown, N. D., reiatives Mr ' and Mr 6, c W. Gllkej Carley, iu the southwest **f th> county, where he formed .cbool district. The new dis-j includaa large territory along river In the corner of the Spokane Interstate Sept- 24th to Oct. 6th, 1906. « «1, tbe tim« to begin work on our 0 f the Benton county exhibit. tHHoaee would be glad to co-operata Ctb who contemplate making tf bit>lta- The following delegates of the Ep ,h rejuue are attending the dis- convention at Walla Walla: C. H. "tnwn, Mrs. C. F. Breithaupt, Hariey Tittle Ninah Winans, Mabel Howe, jUbel'cox, Gretta Book, Loyd Haxton BeT .F.L. Tuttle. Olto Hanson, superintendent of the Ktnnewiek canal, was in the city yes terday Inspecting the irrigation pumps mi ezkibltion here. He says it is the Intention lo install several of the ma- Shin* at different points on the canal water higher lands if they ara satis tmgflry and the present plans In regard futhe canal go thr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 June 1906

For The Term ofjlis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XII. "The old dodge," said Frere again. "Of ceurse, I couldn't let him go; but I tools him out of the chain gang, and put him on the Osprey. Yen saw her In the dock as you came In. He worked for some time very well, and then tried to b»lt again." "The old trick. Ha; ha! don't I know ft?" says Mr. Frere. "Well, we caught him and gave him fifty. Then he was sent to the chain gang, cutting timber. Then we put him Into the boats, but he quarreled with the coxswain, and then we took him back to the timber rafts. About six weeks ago he made another attempt— together with Gabbett, the man who nearly killed you—but his leg was chafed with the Irons, and we took him. Gabbett and three more, however, got away." Just then some one came up the gar den path and saluted. "What is it, Troke?" "Prisoner given himself up, sir. Gab bett. He came back to-night. He's down at the sheds. You can see him at once, gentlemen, if you like." It was not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 June 1906

IN CONSTANT AGONY. West Virginians Awful Distress A Through Kidney Troubles. • i Jackson, merchant, of Park- W. Va., says: "Driving about in bad weather brought kidney trou bles on me, and I suffered 20 years with sharp, cramp ing pains in the back and urinary disor ders. I often had to get up a dozen times at night to urinate. Retention set in, and I was obliged to use catheter I took to my bed, and h doctors failing to help, began using man's Kidney Pills. The urine soon ame freely again, and the pain grad ually disappeared. I have been cured eight years, and though over <0, am as active as a boy." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. jAP CHIEFS GO TO MANCHURIA. Togo, Kuroki and Ito To Make a Tour of Inspection. Vice Admiral Togo, General Kuroki Marquis Ito, with a suite of ad mirals and generals, will start shortly on a tour of inspection in Manchuria. This important mission is supposed to be outcome of the recent state council at which, thou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 1 June 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET (hwcm Suppers - ct k t 1 or bale by feLS Hawes & Schoch Mwcws wifn Purchases of c(f s sl^ * MONEY IRRIGATION Our properties are located i.i 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 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. RI & 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 se...

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. — 8 June 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL- V. NO. 7 the year in review Dozen Business Houses and Many Residences Completed in the Past Twelvemonth. Social and Educational Development Keeps Pace with Material Advancement. With this issue the Courier enters upon its second year under tie present owner's mm .gemeut. lu uaucfa as the past year has seen a surprising advance in the town jbat the Courier has the honor to 'repreent, we are glad to pass the yttr in brief review and record the rapid growth and development of our thriving city. We ill know the town has gone ahead, but when we stop and check op the different impiovementsiuade wetre amazed at how extensive sod general the expansion has beta. In the Bus ess Section A dozen buildings for use in con ducting different lines of trade have teen bnilt and are now complete. Among the most valuable are the Dircben building, the Shamrock Bin, the Rainier and Yellowstone Bin and the Hanson & Rich and B:aton Water Co.'s buildings. In the past year thou...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 June 1906

THE ROYAL WEDDING UNG OF SPAIN WEDS PRINCESS LNA OF ENGLAND. An Assassin's Bomb Was Thrown at Royal Carriage—Bride and Groom Escape—l 6 Attendants Killed and Many Injured—Buli Fight Part of Entertainment for King and Queen. The tragic event and the narrow margin by which King Alfonso and the new queen of Spain escaped death in Madrid has caused the brilliancy of the royal wedding to be temporarily for gotten, although it was to have inau gurated a period o£.unprecedented fes tivities. Some of the wedding fea tures, however, were sucn as to fix themselves indelibly upon the minds of the spectators. One of the prettiest sights was Prince Alfonso, the actual heir to the throne, who accompanied the king. The little orphan son of the princess of As turias was clad in white silk knicker bockers and reached only to the king's waist. King Alfonso reached the altar long before Princess Victoria. As the ceremony closed King Al fonso embraced his bride and her mother. This glimpse of domestic ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 June 1906

NEWSOFNQRTHWEST VASBIKGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA and grlgon news iters. fr eW interesting Items Gathered prom Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take place—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. Failure of Ed Spencer, the Spokane murderer, to die within a reasonable time after being let out of the peniten tiary at Walla Walla by Governor Mead that he might expire in peace and dignity in the bosom of his rela tives. is taken by the governor to be a breach of the conditions of the par don and Spencer, because he overlook ed this opportunity, is likely to be re manded back to prison to serve his time. Douglas county is to have a fine mod ern court house, costing $50,000, at Wa terville, the county seat. j C. Duncan, who helped Thomas Melville, horsethief, to make his sec ond escape from the jail by carrying him from Riverside to Ohpir, in Okaa nogan county, covered by a canvas in the bottom of his freight wagon, was sentenced to pay a fine of $10...

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