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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 April 1904

us miusi RUMORS OF A BIG VICTORY FOR THE RUSSIANS Is Unconfirmed—Wounded Men of Czar's Army Occupy Two Trains on Way to Harbin—Whole Squadron Bound for Port Mrthur—Heavy Rains Make the Country a Marsh. A dispatch to the London Express from Tientsin says it is reported from Mukden that two trains containing a large number of Russians who were wounded in an engagement on the Yalu river, have passed through Muk den en route to Harbin. A dispatch from Chefoo says that 17 battleships and cruisers, 20 steamers ami 1U torpedo boat destroyers have . passed Chefoo apparently bound for Port"Arthur. The London Mail's Yinkow corres pondent has arrived here from Ching Wang Tan. ltecent heavy rains have converted the country into a marsh, hundreds of miles being under water, military operations being impossible for some time. The utmost indiffer ence is shown by the natives to the war. Rumors of Big Victory. St. Petersburg.—The rumors which were persistently circulated through out the capital on ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 April 1904

local and personal. Studebaker Wagons at Em'ffb's j Lumber Yard. Alfalfa hay $14 per ton.—L. S. j Erley. I have for sale about 40 chickens of good strain. —L. C. Rudow. Alfalfa hay $14 per ton. H. F. ; Beach. Seed potatoes $1 per sack. L. S. Erley. William Dirckson is putting up a building upon his Villa tract. • \ E. I)- Collins is putting in 20, acres in «ection seven. ty r . S. Harvey is setting out j 10.000 strawberries in section seven.*! John Rudkin of North Yakima , was here Monday on business j Mrs. Dunlap went to North, Yakima on a visit the other day. B. H. Cooper of Chicago pur chased a section of land in Horse Heaven. Bern' crates and boxes at the St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Com pany. / The M. E. Sunday school has I ' now a good library which is open to j members of the Sunday school. «j Mrs. J. P. Penn will have charge ! of the services at Eakin's Hall Sunday. » Rufus Fnllerton has fully re covered and is up and about. He ! will soon resume his duties at his \ place of...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 April 1904

AT BEDTIME. Th« oak tree spreads his mighty boughs Above mo where I lie, The sleepy flowers kiss my cheek. The wandering wind goes by. Amid a shadowy mist of lenres The shining RtHrs are set; I wish that 1 could pluck one off, Just like a violet. If I were tnll enough to reach Beyond the robin's nest, I'd steal a little baby star And wear it on my breast —I'hoebe Lyde, In Lippincott's. 'Twas Leap Year PEFFERS and pumpkins! A wid ow moved In right next door, and this leap year." Mr. Alonzo Larklns stared apprehen sively out of his window, as if he ex pected to see his newly arrived neigh bor Hitting up his porcli steps in search of him with a las&o. Instead he really did seo a small, Inoffensive-looking •woman walking serenely from her doorway toward, her own front lawn, bearing a pot of pansles and a trowel. "Of, course," he continued caustical ly, "wants to make a good impression first before she lets out at me. We i, ma'am, my heart is tough. But you are a neat little bundle,"...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 April 1904

HEAVY 111 II til SEA FIGHT BETWEEN JAPANESE AND RUSSIANS IS ON. Be lleve to Be at Entrance of Port Arthur— 50 Jap Scouts Reported to Have Been Killed—Said to Have Lowered Flags at Wiju—Tokio Has Different Story. * Chefoo. Ap.il i:s—A correspondent; al Tciigehow. .0 miles northwest of. here telegraphs; ••Sounds of very heavy firing were j heard at halt past G o'clock this (Wed j nesday) morning. The firing evidently | was being done between here and Port: Arthur. It i* believed at Tciigehow ■ that the long expected sea fight among , the Miaotao islands lias taken place, j The Japanese battleship Asalii, flying j an admiral's Hag, was seen off Chefoo j yesterday going to the west, and there is no doubt but that the remainder of | the Japanese Heel was in the vicinity, of Poi l Arthur. "The Russian fie t also was seen out-1 side of Port Arthur yesterday." Cheefoo, April 1;5.—-(Noon.) Flic captain Gf the steamer Lockshan. which arrived today from Newchwang, reports thai he heard heavy f...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 April 1904

®he<SoltttnMa<Sotmct C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday at Kenne wick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $l.fjo Hlx Mentha .... ,75 Three Months .... 50 Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application The Columbia Courikk Is entered as second class matter at the post office in Kknnewick, Wash. It was said by the democrats at the time of the appointment of Justice Holmes on the Su preme Bench that he was select ed because he promised to take the President's side in the trust cases then pending. He took the opposite side, however, in the Northern Securities case, and will, it may bo presumed, hold that side in all the other suits coming before the court in in which the same principle is involved. The Democrats charged after the case was de cided that the President was angry at the Judge for his posi tion, and that ho had removed him from his circle of aqunin anres. The circumstances that the Judge has just been enter tained at the White House sho...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 April 1904

J. J. Reed & Co., « Hardware :: Furniture and Undertaking. We carry a full line of I leadquarters for Cook Stoves, Ammution Ranges and and Sporting Heaters. Goods. Also Sewing Machines. r< ;»'t «»"•" l»ri«vs bofoie buying elsewhere. Groceries, Crockery, Flour ami Feed, llav mid <!rain j)ry Goods and Slioos Kvcrytliing in the line ol General Merchandise L. S. ERLEY, KENNEWICK, WASH. Columbia Pharmacy, Drugs, Medicines Stationery, Toilet Articles Books, Periodicals. A complete line of Warren Paints and Chinamal Varnish in colors. Prescriptions compounded by graduate pharmacist. . . . | Yakima street. KENNEWICK. SHOES SHOES SHOES We buy direct from tlio manufacturer and save our customers the middle man's profit. flEjgT'We handle tlie celebrated DOUGLAS SHOE for inen, and Queen Quality in ladies' shoos. We also carry a complete lino of notions and racket goods : : : : Cantrill & Eakins Shoe Store KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON. fa Specner's —— Cafe OL i I served at all times betwe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 April 1904

That Tired Feeling Is a Common Spring Trouble. It's a sign that the blood Is deficient In vitality, just as pimples and other truptions are sigus that the blood Is impure. It's a warning, too, which only the hazardous fail to heed. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pitts Remove it, give new lifs, new cour age, strength and animation. They cleanse the blood and clear the complexion. Accept no substitute. M I felt tired all the tlma and could not Sleep. After taking lioud'a Sarsaparilla a while I could aleep well and the tired feeling had gone. This great medicine has also cured me of acrofula." llns. C. M. Hoot, Gilbad, Conn. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises te euro and keeps the premise. Northwestern Wheat Report. Portland'.—Walla Walla, 74c; blue-; stem, 81c; valley, 83c. Tacoma.—Unchanged. Bluestem, I 83c; club, 75c. The number of bills discounted by the Bank of France and its branches in 1903 was 18,435,938. The number of notes in circulation on January 28, 1904, was 35,060,244. Levee Caves In...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 April 1904

COLUMBIA e©CRIER. VOL. in. NO. a. SUNNYSIDE The largest irrigated district in the beautiful and fertile YAKIMA VALLEY The Washington Irrigation Comyany 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. . . . For particulars, inquire of, or write to 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, L*" Our Spring Stock of Dry Goods Is now Complete. Spring aiul Summer Dress Goods of all kinds. Ladies and Gent's Spring and Sum mer Undewear, Glovers snd Nectwear. In addition wecarry|a fine line...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 April 1904

W NWIESI 5118 LATE NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK BRIEFLY TOLD. Choice Selection of Interesting Items Gathered From Exchanges—Cullings From Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon—Numerous Accidents and Personal Happenings Occur. WASHINGTON NEWS. High water along the Spokane Falls & Northern washed away one end of a bridge on that road just south of Deer Park, effectually blocking traillo on that line. The senate committee on commerce has decided to attach to the emergency river and harbor bill Foster's amend ment providing for a preliminary sur vey of the Columbia river between Wenatchee and Kettle Falls, with a view to opening this stretch for navi gation to flat bottom stern wheel Steamers. The buying to ueath is reported of Mrs. Mary" K. Hanson, aged 64 years, five miles east of Olympla. Mrs. Han son was alone in the house at the time and it is supposed that her cloth ing caught fire while she was attempt ing to light the kitchen fire. Sho was dead when discovered. Hero is Bradstreet's...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 April 1904

US AND Mill NEWS items of interest gathered during the past week. Labor Trouble Still Exists Down In Colorado —Coeur d'Alene Output Is Greater Than Ever—B. C. Mines Busy—Accidents and Personals. \ J. T. Dingley of Coeur dAlene, Ida., and a companion were hunting in Sho shone county, Ida., last year, when their dog raised a bear, which ran in to a cave. Mr. Dingley crawled into the hole and killed the bear. Inspec tion of the cave revealed that it was 1 over the mouth of an old shaft, and in the shaft was the skeleton of a man, who had evidently been killed by a falling rock. Dingiey and his partner relocated the mine, and last week sold | it to B. H. Kingsbury of Spokane forj $14,000, Dingley getting half of the! sum for his share. He has the dog that chased the bear that was the means of his securing a stake. British Columbia Notes. Spokane stockholders of the Giant. Mining company of London, owning the Giant mine at Rossland, B. C., have banded together to fight to the bitter end ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 April 1904

She (Solum Via (Sotmrv C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday at Ken no wick, Washington TEIIMS OF SUBSCRIPTION* Ono Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Hix Months .... .7., Three Months .... .r,o Advertising Itates Made Known Upon Application Thr Columbia Coukirk T» entered as second class mutter at the post ojtlco in Kknnrwick, Wash. Notice to the Public. The Commissioners desire to call the attention of the public to the decision of the Prosecut ing Attorney governing the construction and maintainunce of bridges and culver's over irrigating ditches which cross the public highway; and also relative to the power of the Com missioners to grant a right-of way for private ditches along public highways:- "The law upon this subject is contained in section 4120 of volume 1, Ballinger's Code, which, so far as applicable, reads as follows:- 'Any person constructing a ditch wherever the same bo tak en across any bublic highway shall put a good and substantia) bridge not less than sixteen feet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 April 1904

local and personal. Studebaker Wagons at Emigh'a Lumber Yard. Dr. McCtttcheon and wife of Tacotna, were here this week. H. C. Mitchem is going iuto the real estate business. Rev. Bartlett went to North Yakiiua on a visit. H S. Anion went to Tacoma day this week. V, t cll a cre tract in section seven at a bargain. Inquire L. S. Krley. Mrs. Oscar Olson is back from a visit to her tolks at Wallula. A large number of cantaloupes will be planted this spring. The ladies Guild of the Presby /tei ian church will meet with Mrs. \V. H. Collins May sth. Daniel Boyd has purchased ten acres from Rudkin & Kechter three miles west of town up the river. A little boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Martin Saturday. H. Delepine is bringing in let tuce which he planted last October in the open. John Sherman has .sold 1700 acres of Horse Heaven land which he lias held for about a year. Mr. Fiuley has a contract to clear and level 40 acres in section 15, be longing to H. Johnson. The laud ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 April 1904

HSHlffiT JAPANESE ARE ADVANCING ON THE YALU RIVER. The Japanese Army Divided into Two Forces in Wijn Vicinity, Numbering Over 05,(KM) Men — While Russian Fleet Is Bpttled Up at Port Arthur Japanese Laud Troops Anywhere. Seoul, April 19.—The commissioner of customs at Gensau reports that a strong force of Russians, the number of which is not known, is advancing on the great south road following the inland coast of the province of South Hamgyung. The Russians passed to the rear of Sungjin, which was oc cupied by a scouting party. The main body occupied Packchun, 80 miles north of Gensau, on the 17th instant. The flanks and rear were exposed, with the evident intention of drawing a Japanese attack from the Yalu. Tokio, April 19. —Authentic advices state that the Japanese are in control and that the Russian scouting parties have retired across the Yalu before the Japanese, who occupied VViju prac tically without resistance. The Japanese army is divided into two forces, one for expeditio...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 22 April 1904

yi_jE old autograph album. Among the relics of the past. The links of Memory's clinging chain That, with Its meshes, binds me fait To days that cannot come again, There is no prize more precious than This booklet; thoughtfully I Beau Its yellow pages, scribbled o'er By many whom I knew of yore. Here a refrain expressing love Beneath the picture of a dove, Anil here a half sarcastic quip, \ll traced in childish penmanship. "If you love me as I love you No knife can cut our love in two," •Neath that trite sentiment I seo A name once passing dear to me. Across the past my memory flies— I s.-e a pair of laughing eyes, I press a little hand that lay Within my own that summer day. "No knife can cut our love in two." Still, it was but an earthly strand, And' what a knife could never do Was, as a higher power planned, Accomplished by the reaper's hand. O treasured names! O memory! What were existence without thee? For art thou not the magic key With which we penetrate the seal That looks aw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 April 1904

eOLUMBIft COURIER. VOL. 111. NO. 6. ! SUNNYSIDE I • — ' I' The largest irrigated district j in the beautiful and fertile , j YAKIMA VALLEY ! ' The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for | \ sale, lands suited to the production of high grade I | crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, I « grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all j kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau | tiful homes.- j Raw land $60 to $90 an acre i according to location. With water right, t TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five r years at six per cent. These lands are | watered by the great'Sunnyside canal. .. . J For particulars, inquire of, or write to i WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAN.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 of all kinds. Ladies and Gent's Spring and Sum mer Undewear, G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 April 1904

m NORTHWEST STATES LATE NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK BRIEFLY TOLD. Choice Selection of Interesting Items Gathered From Exchanges—Cullings From Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon—Numerous Accidents and Personal Happenings Occur. IDAHO ITEMS. Suit by the government to restrain the Cameron Lumber company of Har rison, from sawing $37,500 worth of logs cut on government land, lias start ed in the federal court. Judge llan : : ford granted the temporary restrain" ing order prayed for and made it re turnable May 2. it has been afranfeed by World's Fair Commissioner fturtt that several; hostesses at the Idaho building at the; world's fair will serve at different times during the season, the ladies representing different sections of the state. Mrs. Morrison, wife of the gov ernor, will preside at the time of open ing, and about a month later Miss Ann Sonna of Boise will be one of others. The remaining selections are not made. Nathan Draper was killed recently at Payette by an engine on the Shor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 April 1904

LOCAL AND PERSONAL Studebakpr Wagons at Em'ffh's lumber \ard- Fresh milch 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 during the coming week. Workingmen! Examine our fifty cent work shirts—guaranteed full cut and O K iu quality.— Cantkill & KAKIN. L. C. Rudow is absent this w eck on a trip to several coast towns looking up their advantages and prospects. Beautilulspring hats, veiling and laces and ribbons at remarkably low prices.—Mrs. Ross R. Hayues, milliner, Kennewick Wilkie & Dirckseu 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 healed 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 tßtt&EAKlM. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 April 1904

MINING 11IK NEWS SMELTERS ARE PREPARING FOR SPRING WORK. Items of Interest Gathered During the Past Week—B. C. Lead and Zinc Mines Busy on Account of Bounty— Coeur d'Alens District a Great Pro ducer—Accidents and Personals. The American ministers in north Korea tind themselves in a most diffi cult position. TJ'eir ability to continue work, notwithstanding the outbreak of hostilities, is dependent upou their strictly minding their own business and exercising great caution to avoid of fending either of the combatants. They have practically ceased senaing out any private correspondence, in fear that some chance expressions therein might be construed into evidence ol partiality. British Columbia Mining Notes. Boundary mines have this year sent out over 200,000 tons of ore, the value of which is estimated to be not less than $1,000,000. In the Le Hoi at Rossland. develop ment and stoping is steadily under way on the 700, the 800, and the 900 and the 1350 levels, on all of which the great...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 April 1904

FOUR NORTHWEST STATES LATE news of the past week briefly told. Choice Selection of Interesting Items Gathered From Exchanges—Cullings From Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon —Numerous Accidents and Personal Happenings Occur. IDAHO SQUIBS. The Nez Perce Prairie Racing asso ciation has been organized and will be incorporated with a capital stock of $30,000. W. J. Ramsey was chosen president; K. J. Osterhaut, vice presi dent; P. W. Mitchell, secretary, and Thomas i\irby, general manager. Capitalists are trying to secure the old Weiser Ilouring mill building for the purpose of converting it into a woolen mill. A peculiar accident ended the life of William J. Findley at Gordon & Perry camp recertly. He was struck on the head and his skull crushed by a small tree. He was well and favor ably known and a native of Chetak, Wis. Company C of Sandpoint was in spected recently by Captain R. W. Walsh of the 9th U. S. cavalry, station ed at Ft. Walla Walla. The government is to make an in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 April 1904

&hes»lnmlriii6ourifr C. O. ANDERSON. Editor Published Every l-'ridny at Kenne wick, Washington TKRMB OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance • $1.50, flix M Jiitln* .... .75 Three Month# 50 Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application Thk Columbia Courirk entered as second clans matter at the post office, in Kennewick, Wash. Rev. Williams will preach at ftakin'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 Kiotia boys at 2. p. m., April 3rd, at 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 plowiug sec. 31, town ship 7, range 31, in Horse Heaven, and will have it seeded next fall. L G. Mooro is building an underground box flume along the cast side of Washington street, in which he will conduct ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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