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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 June 1906

Have you land to sell Do you want to buy land Do you want city property v BE SURE TO SEE The Kennewick Land Company They can save you money on your purchase It pays to buy of the owners Going to Build? We have in stock . . . RUSTIC AND DROrSIDING THREE GRADES OF FLOORING TWO GRADES OF SHINGLES ALL KINDS AND SIZES OF DOORS AND WINDOWS BUILDING PAPER In fact everything in the line of building material. Estimates gladly furnished. CASCADE LUMBER CO. R. C, Mounsey, Cashier S. G. Wabd, Manager W. R. AMON, PRESIDENT. 1,. E. JOHNSON, CASHIER. 13. F. KNAPP, ASST. CASIIIRR jjlj' § THE EXCHANGE BANK| KENNEWICK, WASH. Q ... FOUNDED ON , , , Zfc Zft SOLIDITY CONSERVATISM LIBERALITY ® COURTEOUS TREATMENT kS Accounts of Corporations, Firms, Societies and Individuals Solicited. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Kennewick Transfer Co, Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty, Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252, FERRY Kennewick-Pasco Ferry is now runnin...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 June 1906

the local field From Saturday's Daily r B.Walker has been drawn as a f juror in federal court next week. f H. Scott has sold out his business in Hover and visiting in the Pal ou»e. Migs Mildred Griffith is working in central office for a week while .Miss Kennedy is on her vacation Miss iraia Alburty Is visiting at the. home of her brother, E. V. Alburty, U)ftß»ger of the St. Paul & Taeoma yard it Hover. Wash Hettinger has been appointed ro ad commissioner to succeed George Finley resigned and went up to Kiona this morning to look after county road . matters. ' The hall was not over crowded at the dance last evening and the party broke up at an early hour. There probably will be no more dances nt Kennewick until fall. Rapid progress is being made in dig ging the trenches for the water mains of the city water system and the elec tric light wires or cables are being strung through the business part of town today. Misses Donald and Himelberger,; teachers in the Ritzville schools the...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 June 1906

for The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUB CLARKB CHAPTER Xll.—(Continued.) By and by, having eaten of this mir aculous provender, the poor creature be gan to understand what had taken place. The coal workings were abandoned; the new commandant had probably other work for his beasts of burden to exe cute, and an absconder would be safe here for a few hours at least. But he must not stay. For him there was no rest. If he thought to escape, it be hooved him to commence his Journey at once. Here was provision for his needs. The food before him represented the rations of six men. Was it not possible to cross the desert that lay between him find freedom on such fare? The very supposition made his heart beat faster. It surely was possible. Twenty miles a day was very easy walking. Taking a piece of stick from the ground, he made the calculation in the sand. Eighteen days, and twenty miles a day—three hundred and sixty miles. More than enough to take him to freedom. It could be done! With ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 8 June 1906

CJOING HUNTING. You don't know why you woke up bo early, for It is still dark, and sleep is precious to a farmer's boy of 14. Then you suddenly remember that you are going a hunting, and you hustle into your boots, homespun pants and ghirt and dad's coat, borrowed because it has big pockets. Down in the kitchen shed you find the old muzzle-loading rifle, the box of caps, the wad of woodchuck skin patches, the handful of silvery bullets, which yo« molded last night over the fire log with molds like a pair of pincers, with coreobs in the handles. The old dog rises, shivering, from Us place on the door mat, as you go oat, and Is warned to stay at home. Already the unseen sun is making things gray and the swinging leaves on the silver maple in sister's garden show white undersides. In the milk yard the cows get up and stretch. Dowa in the pasture are layers of mist that feel warm and moist against your face. The edge of the woods Is a mere black line, as you go down the long, narrow, cr...

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

: [KENNEWICIC MARKET TO ALL Q<WCX SUPPERS rr ct u - . ano v ror oaic by Hawes & Schoch Mpjoks witri Purchases of i irrigation Our properties are locate J 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 terras to induce early settlers. The new town of Attalia lies in the center of this most fertile district and is at the junction of three railroads, the N. P., the Washington & Columbia River, and the 0. R. &N. Besides these unexcelled railroad shipping facilities, the Columbia River, lies at our door. Attalia is most beautifully situated and splendid business opportunities are offered. The Company will...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 June 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. V. NO. 8 BROKE THE ICE »nOSSER boys lose to locals pK IN ONB bad inning. McCain'* Colts broke their losing k Sunday afternoon and won ' game from the Prosser Travelers by a score of 7 to 4. The game was won in the last -half of the sixth, when our boys jjot to bat two run* to the bad. Everybody hit the ball and with the aid of a couple of errors by the Prosser left fielder and some wild throwing by the visitors, six run- Ben crossed the plate. t garbam pitched a fine game, giving something like a dozen fcfrikeouts to his credit. All the boy played a good, snappy game todarc beginning to »how the good effects of the practice they btve been patting in. They will doubtless give a good account of themselves when they play the Horse Heaven-Bridge team here stxt Sunday. The score by innings: 123456789 Prossar 20010010 o—■ 4 K'nsewicko 0010600 x— 7 Batteries: Railsback and Kripp ier; Barbam and Smith. Umpire Allen of Prosser was bit with a ball thrown to head of!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 June 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week —National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The sailors strike at San Francisco is ended William Jennings Bryan, his wife, Bon and daughter are at Dresden. Dr. Parks Ritchie, dean of the Uni versity of Minnesota, has tendered his resignation to the governor. A reception given by Ambassador Luke Wright recently was one of the most brilliant social functions ever seen in Tokio. Stockyards to rival the present scene cf packing house industries are to be founded by Sir Thomas Lipton near Cary, Ind. The identity of the murderer of Mrs. Alice Kinnan, who was struck down on the stoop of her home in New York is still a mystery. Mr. Blackburn of Kentucky has been clected chairman of the demo cratic conference committee to suo ceed Senator Gorman. Mrs. John E. Madden has been granted an absolute divorce from her husband, the horsema...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 June 1906

PACKERSIN BAD WAY HIE SENSATIONAL INFORMATION SECURED ASAINST THEM. Secret Service Men Were Sent to Chi c,go by President Roosevelt—Re port Will Make Eeef Trust Back Up in Its Fight Against Congress and the president. Secret service men are reported to have sensational information in their possession as to the use of preser vatives by the beef trust. They were sent to Chicago by order of the presi dent as soon as he had been advised verbally of the results of the investi gation of Commissioner Neill ynd James Reynolds. It is said that they have concluded an exhaustive in quiry, which will not only bring the packers to their knees, but will re move the power of the influences that p' re being exerted against congress and the great cattle interests with a view of forcing the president to capi tulate. This pressure has become gigantic. Every business, political and financial ramification of the great trust is be ing utilized directly and indirectly to have a halt called on governmental...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 June 1906

DO YOU KNOW THAT NORTH PACED DWELLING LOTS ARE OF MORE VALUE THAN SOUTH PACED? We own more than 75 desirable dwelling lots, well located, facing this way. The natural growth ef the town and the many fine building* being erected will cause city property to more than double in value in one year. An intelligent man watches the signs of the times. Twelve Choice Business lots, well located, close to the new hotel and bank, at priees that will make a fine investment. OWN ONE OR TWO WHILE THEY CAN BE HAD. All our property «cld on easy terms. The Kennewick Land Co. Going: to Build? We have in stock . . . RUSTIC AND DROPSIDING THREE GRADES OF FI 00R1NG TWO GRADES OF SHINGLES ALL KINDS AND SIZES OF DOORS AND WINDOWS BUILDING PAPER In fact everything in the line of building material. Estimates gladly furnished. CASCADE LUMBER CO. R. C. Mounsey, Cashier S. G. Waid, Manager W. R. AMON, PRESIDENT. L. E. JOHNSON, CASHIER. B. F. KNAPP, ASST. CASHIER THE EXCHANGE BANK KENNEWICK, WASH. . . . POUNDED ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 June 1906

jgE LOCAL FIELD ppoi Saturday's Daily it frieze Is at Pullman attending Fanners' Convention. g Johnson, cashier of the Ex North -frank Ewigh has returned from visit te Sdokaue an J points in the countT>. -rtl large shipments of sheep JuTbe sent out from Kennewick next k bjCotflu Bros' men. p Newton is building a house on v« Dr Hewetson tract in Section 7 jjjeb Mr. N recently purchased. L. K- Johnsou and sons have JL Waitsburg on a visit to her JlmbU, Mr. snd Mrs. J. C. Fine. Urs Igbert snd daughter from The rwllrt *re here visiting herson, George jjbtrt, snd wife for a couple of weeks. W. Bowen of Goldendale was te town yesterday on business In con lection with the building of his new howe- ft)R SALE-Basy terms, 2 teams . young, gentle mares, harness JJd'mw double hack.—Kennewick Land Co. k Gerald Hover was quite severely Brtised about the head Thursday by of a buggy and getting aught in one of the wheels. Frem Monday's Daily Mr». Orville Dopps of Mabton i« vis itingher father-in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 June 1906

for The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKB CHAPTER Xlll.—(Continued.) Sylvia flashed burning red at this in dignity. "Frightened! If there had been anybody else here but women, you never would have taken the brig. Frightened! Let me pass, prisoner!" As Mrs. Vickers descended the hatch way, the boat with Frere and the sol diers came within musket-range, and Lesly, according to orders, fired his musket over their heads, shouting to them to lay to. But Frere, boiling with rage at the manner in which the tables had bi>en turned on him, had determined not to resign his lost authority without a struggle. Disregarding the summons, he came straight on, with his eyes fixed on the vessel. It was now nearly dark, and the figures on the deck were indis tinguishable. The indignant lieutenant could but guess at the condition of af fairs. Suddenly, from out of the dark ness, a voice hailed him. "Hold water! batk water!" it cried, 11 nd was then seemingly choked In its owner's throat. The...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 June 1906

blown 10 pieces fLEVEN UN "£T A H9ST HOR RIBLE DEATH. 0 f Explosion in a Dynamite 'plant Near Pequea, Pa., Is Not K nown-Heard 15 Miles Away— . of Torn Bodies Found 100 pieces wi Yards Away. tripven men were blown to pieces ?five others were seriously injured the explosion of dynamite plant by pequea, Pa., along the Susque- Sa river- The dead are: Benjamin Gebhardt, aged 22; Benja •n Riner 21; George Riner, 20; Fred ®? 23" Collins Parker, 18; Phares hV 18- William Funk, 19; John mtinan.' 17; three unidentified men. The seriously injured are: Walter Brown. Martin Riner. George Gray, rharles Cramer and Jacob Shoeff. The accident was one of the most horrible in the history of Lancaster tv The victims were literally torn to pices, hardly enough remain jng of the bodies to make identifica tion possible. "■ The cause of the explosion is not known Two of the unidentified vic tims had just started to drive from the Blace with a load of dynamite. They had gene scarcely fifty feet when the la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 15 June 1906

KENNHWICK MARKET FRESH MISATS OF ALL For Sale |S.H£® Hawes & Schoch MWOKS wir« Purchases of !|VuiijpW | RR|GAT | ON Oar properties are located in the Columbia Valley between Wallula and Pasco—the lowest elevation of any irrigated lands in the State of Washington and are especially adapted to raising al falfa, vegetables, fruits of all 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 right 3 are on sale at reasonable prices and liberal terms to induce eariy settlers. The new town op Attalia lies in the center of this most fertile district and is at the junction of three railroads, the N. P., the Washington & Columbia River, and the 0. R. & N. Besides these unexcelled railroad shipping facilities, the Columbia River, lies at our door. Attalia is most beautifully situated and splendid business opportunities are offered. The Company will sell choice lots at ...

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. — 22 June 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. V. NO. 9 THE big timber CORRESPONDENT CARPENTER'S paragraphs on the tim ber PRODUCTS OF WASHINGTON But first let me tell you some thing of the mighty timber prod uct of the great Northwest. Wash ington leads the Union in its timber resources. According to an esti mate of the department of the in terior, there are almost 200,000,- 000.000 feet of valuable timber still standing. The state is cutting gomething like a billion feet every year, and in addition about 5,000,- 000,000 cedar shingles: but even at this rate the cutting can go on for for 100 years' and leave plenty to spare. A billion feet of lumber meaos enough to make a board walk a foot wide and iuch thick a billion feet long. At 5,000 feet to the mile such a walk would reach 200.000 miles. It wouid be loug enough to plank a road eight feet wide clear around the world. That is what Washington is doing every year and what she can continue to do for more than a hundred years to come. The great timber...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 June 1906

NEWSUFNURTHWEST WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few interesting Item* Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Bur> rounding Cou-ntry—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Eyents Take Place—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTEB. W. E._ Henry, state librian of In diana, has resigned to accept the posi tion of librarian at the University of Washington. A bad fire occured at Fairfield Sat urday. Three buildings were burned. Secretary Hitchcock has alloted the following funds in addition to allot ments heretofore made: Sunnyside project, $250,000; Yakima Indian re servation, $100,000.. This makes the total allotments for these projects up to date $2,000,000. The Colfax high school debating team has received the championship medal for the Inland Empire. The team comprises Miss Frances Boots and Messrs. Virgil Canutt and Robert Burgunder. Kirt Flecsig, a log driver on the Pend d'Oreille river, who lived near McDowell's Crossing, was drowned in Colville river near Blue creek. Hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 June 1906

DIG STRIKE EMINENT ia RUSSIA IN MIDST OF LARGE POLITICAL UPHEAVAL. Agrarian Troubles Distended and Dis orders Are Rife in the Army—Reds Eager to Lift Lid —St. Petersburg Streets Filled with Crowds of Work men Talking of Political Strike. St. Petersburg, June 19.—The gen eral situation is hourly growing more disquieting and the country seems to be on the verge of another gigantic upheaval. In St. Petersburg and Mos cow the populace is greatly excited, and nothing is talked of except a gen eral political strike which would bring the government to its knees. The pro letariat leaders, who have been pre paring for months for a blow, believe the moment has come to strike. The agrarian troubles now are sufficiently extended and disorders in the army are rife. The government has openly refused to accede to the demands of parliament, and a rupture is imminent there. The ultimate plans of the leaders de pend upon the success achieved, but if the government is brought down it is not doubted th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 June 1906

DO YOU KNOWS THAT NORTH FACED DWELLINQ LOTS |j ARE OF MORE VALUE THAN SOUTH FACED? ;f We own more tlinn 75 desirable dwelling] lots, welJ located, facing this way. j j§ The natural growth of the town and the f ; many fine buildings being erectfd will | cause city property to more than double in £ gj value in one year. I An intelligent man watches the 3 signs of the times. ! |j i. i»—"™°" jj Twelve Choice Business lots, well located, | || close to the new hotel and bank, ut prices | that will make a line investment. OWN* jj ONE OR TWO WHILE THEY CAN BE j f. IIAD. All our property sold on easy terms. a The Kennewick Land Co, 1 u mb— ■ fiJ @58 ! 585355Ji5583535552- ; ssLs"i3ioßsSSSSisrife'SaSST-?. •'•ifstiiisß3iSEiSZlss ; sssnEs^?'j3 We have in stock ... 1 RUSTIC AND DROPSIDING J THREE GRADES OF f! OORING TWO GRADES OF SHINGLES 1 b~ ALL KINDS AND SIZES OF DOORS 1 AND WINDOWS | BUILDING PATER | In fact everything in the line of building material. g Estimates gladl}' furnished. . if. CAS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 June 1906

Igß LOCAL FIELD prom Saturday's Dally Mr ,nd Mrs. Fay F. Dean are spend log Ihe weak >" Spokane. * rpeliters began work yesterday on y 0 King's » ew ,10USe in ~ie Amol > Addition. B J Duncan has improved the ap raiice of bis cottage by applying a paint. The Kennewick Transfer Co. has . gge< i the line black driving team which the Kennewick Land J" got on a trade from B.A.Saunders. Chief Engineer Darling, Peter Stoma i Th. Greenoueh chartered the 5 t»C. Hover and started yesterday on * trip Inspection over the entire $ortb Bank line. Mrs. M. D. Glover, Mr. and Mrs. L. n Tomhbso, H. C. Tweedt and the Misses Odin and Calm were in Pasco yesterday visiting and as spectators at fbe'-kld" ball game. We will be glad to know that we ire to have a photograph gallery in Kennewick at early date. Will be In wted on the lot east of the Drug store. Watch for further adds. Rayiuoud Baldwin, who cut oft the aordin lito heel with an ax a few days is getting along nicely and it is fought the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 June 1906

For The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XlV.—(Continued.^ "Turn my face to It once more!" he whispered; and as they raised him, he inclined his ear to listen. "It's calm enough here, God bless it," he said; "but I can hear the waves a-breaking hard upon the bar!" As Frere relieved Mrs. Vickers from the weight of the corpse, Sylvia ran to her mother. "Oh, mamma, mamma!" •he cried, "why did God let him die When we wanted him so much?" Before it grew dark, Frere made shift to carry the body to the shelter of some rocks at a little distance, and, spread ing the jacket over the face, he piled ■tones upon it to keep it steady. The march of events had been so rapid that he scarcely realized that since the pre vious evening two of the five human crea tures left in this wilderness had escaped from it As he did realize it, he began to wonder whose turn it would be next. The following day passed gloomily. It •was hot and Bultry, and a dull haze hung over the mountains. Frere ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 June 1906

. The Home^^k £T the Circle j m iV/SB is the home where good cooking is 1L & f\V OVe f thc family enjoy the m do^ n uts, cakes, jS and wholesome because /$ e^c * ous Mr m Mkm K C Bakln S Powder vk T^ e bakin ? Powder cf the wave Jf ■ SuSSSS 4 ? jM H |S vo b h k c s?ns* ic ™ C to-day! 25 ounces for 25c. If it isn't all that we claim, MT your grocer refunds your money. If Send for "Book of Presents." Ajr JAQUES MFG. CO. Chicago. DR. DOUGLAS HYDE SAILS. Has Raised $50,000 For The Gaelic League. Dr. Douglas Hyde, president of the Gaelie league in Ireland, and Mrs. Hyde have sailed for their home in Ireland. Dr. Hyde took back with him a check for $50,000 to aid the cause of the Gaelic league in Ireland. This sale was raised at the public meetings that Dr. Hyde addressed dur ing his visit of seven months. How many Parisian people born in Paris are there living in Paris at the present time? According to the last census about 36 per cent of the total population. Paris has the smallest ...

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