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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 April 1904

BNOWFLAKEB. Whenever • snowflake leaves the *Ky, It turns and turns to say "Good-by! Good-by dear clouds, so cool and gray!" Then lightly travels on it* way. And when a snowflake finds a tree, "Good-day!" it says. "Good-day to thee! Thou are so bare and lonely, dear, I'll rest and call my comrades here." Put when a snowflake, brave and meek, Lights on a rosy maiden's cheek, stnrts —"llow warm and soft the day! ♦Tig summer!" —and it melts away. • —Mary Mapes Dodge. An Anniversary JESSICA wns sitting at n table near a window In a fashionable restaurant, waiting. I)e Narvllle, standing at the door, saw her. He hastened to her, holding out Ids hand. "Are you here alone?" he questioned, surprised. "For the moment," she answered. "I am expecting a friend, lie was to meet me here at 8." Glancing up at a giant gilt clock, whose hands moved with annoying slowness: "It is not quite that yet," she reflected, impatiently. De Narville smiled down upon her. "May I sit here opposite you?" ho asked...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 April 1904

A MICHIGAN MAYOR SAYS "I Know Pe-ru-na Is a Fine Tonic for a Worn Out System." Hon. Nelson Rice of St. Joseph, Mich., knows of a large number of grateful patients In his county who have been cured by Peruna. t> —— —® Hon. Nelson Rice, Mayor of St. Joseph, Michigan, writes: The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio; Gentlemen : "1 wish to congratulate you on the success of your efforts to win the conscience of the public in need of a reliable medicine. I know Peruna Is a fine tonic for a worn out system and a specific in cases of ca tarrhal difficulties. You have a large number of grateful patients In this county who have used Peruna and have been cured by It, and who praise it above all other medicines. Peruna has my heartiest good wishes."— Nelson Rice. i—— <§> MARCH, APRIL, MAY Weak Nerves, Poor Diges tion, Impure Blood, Depressed Spirits. The sun has Just crossed the equator on its yearly trip north. The real equator is shifted toward the north nearly eighteen miiea every ...

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

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 11l- NO. 7. SIINNVSIDE 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 farming 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. These lands are watered by the great Sunnyside canal. . .. For particulars, inquire of, or write to I WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COHPA'V, ZILLAH, WASH. Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock—Lowest prices. Front street, KENNEWICK. 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, Glovers snd Nectwear. In addition we carry...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 May 1904

MINES H MINI 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. Patrick Driscoll owns four of the best paying silver anil gold mines in the Chloride valley, of Mojave county, Arizona, and has au income of over fctfO.OOO a year, yet he spends no more than $:;o a month for his personal comfort. Many generous gifts, howev er, have come from the Driscoll bank account to poor miners and their suf fering families, says Chicago Chron icle. Driscoll Is supposed to be worth be tween $1,200,000 and $1,000,000. His income from his mines is $0,000 a month, and he draws about $l. r >.ooo a year dividends on railroad stock in which he invested in the early days. He has no relatives as far as he knows. The old miner had experienced all the prospector's poverty and hardship until he was past middle age, when he drifted down to the Calico mines, in San Berdardino cou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 May 1904

JB M BE fIBITLE first land ..engagement of JAP-RUSSO WAR. Russian Army of .30,000 Completely Routed and Compelled to Retreat- Th elr Losses Very Heavy—Jap. Had ,o Wade Yalu River While Under Fire-Second Battle Occurs. Tokio H.arch 2.-TU4 war office has received a dispatch from General Ku r,,k, commanding the Japanese ad vance which tells ota complete Japan ese victory in the iirst liberal engage meut on land ot Hie war. The Russian rm v ot iO.OOO which General kouro natkin boastfully declared would the Japanese into th<S sea is completely routed and was compelled tc tetreat in confusion on Whs "nan Cheng. The Russian losses-flt'e veiy heavj. while those of tb f Japanese aio de clared lo have beeiySnuoh smaller than might have been expected, consiuenug that they had to wade the Yalu rivei in he face or a withering u.e from the Russians, who were/Very strongly en trenched. The Japanese soldiers fought with desperate courage and afier cue Russian artillery ha<J been silenced bv t...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 May 1904

Sbr Columbia <souvirr C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Kvery Friday at Kenne wick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance • • $1.50 Six Mintl»B .... .75; Three Months - - - - .50 j Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application TIIK COM'.MHIA Courier Is entered as second class matter at the post office in Kknkrwick. Wash. The North Americau Desert. The dream of the mystic who ceuturies ago longingly gazed across the western seas for an enchanted land have in our day met with realization. Stretched between the two great oceaus lies the American continent then the mythical shores upon which fancy painted its wonder ful scenes. To day the picture stands forth an emblazoned reality, '.ho wonder of the civil ized world. But greater wonders are still to be achieved. The portions of this continent ' whoso climate conditions were ' similar to the father land were s first selected by those who cross- ' ed tho ocean to carve out a 1 home beyond tho stormy Atlan- s tic But gra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 May 1904

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Studebuker Wagons at. Emffflrtj Lumber Yard- Quite a number of people attend-1 ed the K. P. Ball at Pasco Wednes day evening. Mr. and Mrs O. R. Hole >rab of Ritzvillc, are at pjesent visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hausou. Early vegetables of various kinds grown at Kennewick are already on the market. I will sell grain or alfalfa hay on the ranch for $r i.oo per tou from the stack or field.—H. A. Hover. Wanted—To purchase ten good work horses or w»ll hire them by the day or month. —H. A. Hover H. A. Hover is building a 30x36 two story barn at Riverview ranch, which will accommodate teu horses and twenty tons of hay. C. E. Lutn sold seventeen acres of land one day this week to parties from the east. The land is located in section six close to town. H: N. Monroe, father-in-law of M. A. Cooper, arrived from Mus kegan, Mich., last week. Oil leav ing there the ground was covered with a foot of snow. Thomas Pal lister writes from Ontario, Canada, that be is wear* iug a ...

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

n niiEsi sits 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. Walla Walla Methodists are plan nlng for a $25,000 church. The baseball season will open in the Southwestern Washington league May Hal J. Cole has assumed the duties, of register of the United States land-1 office at Spokane. Lett Adams, whose parents and home are at Detroit, Mich., committed suicide at Spokane. The output of Washington loggers will be curtailed 50 per cent during the months of May and June. The Spokane bank clearings for the month of April as reported by Brad street's, amounted to $9,973,248. Work on repairing the iiogdting ditch of the Faiouse Land & Irrigation company will begin in the next ftw days. The annual army athletic competi tion for this department will be heiu at Vancouver barracks. May 19. 20. and 21. Final arrangeme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 May 1904

aIJC I- fa'. Mi Box for Currying Kkkh. Most poultrymen are familiar with tho egg carriers used on the market and those who have a considerable quantity of eggs to handle use these carriers; the farmer, however, Is in the habit of carrying eggs in a basket and often many of them become bro ken resulting in considerable loss, file illustration shows one of the boxi'S which may be made from cheap mate rial and which will answer as weli as the boxes sold for the purpose. Any grocer who handles quantities of shipped eggs will give a customer soiue of the cardboard liller such as are up in the crates; then buy some cracker boxes and fashion a neat box like the one shown, cutting the paste hoard tillers with a sharp knife so that they will tit the wooden box. Boxes made to hold one dozen eggs and others to hold two dozen will be large enough. These boxes ought to have covers with a hasp coming down over a staple so that the box may be CONVENIENT EOQ BOX. looked If need be. These boxes will...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 May 1904

aMHHBi LIKE A SPONGE Some of the most stubborn diseastcs enter £--'2^-^I Into the system through the pores of the fkin. Like a sponge, it absorbs poisons of various 9*J kinds, which are taken up by the little blood- *{£$**'£7 vessels beneath the surface of the body, and emptied into the great current of the blood. The juices of poison oak and other noxious wild plants percolate through the skin like water through a sponge, are taken into the circulation, breaking out afresh each season, and linger ing on for years unless antidoted and driven out of the system. Dye Poisoning among the employes of dye houses, and from wear ing colored under-clothing and hosiery, is of frequent occurrence and dangerous to health, causing boils and sores and poison oak and its effects. «t hor pruntions Ovor ffcoen years nno I wo:« poisoned with Pol -1 . ion Oak. I tried roiaody after remedy without i Workers in lead, brass gei-tiutr roliof. Sorea brokß out ovor 111 jr body and nn,l otli.T tnrt'ils nrs o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 May 1904

e©LUMßift eeuRiER. VOL. HI- 7> SUNNYSIDE The largest irrigated district in tlie beautiful and fertile YAKIMA VALLEY The Washington Irrigation Oomyany 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 farming 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. These lands are watered by the great Sunnyside canal. . . . For particulars, inquire of, or write to WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'V, ZILLAH.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, Glovers snd Nectwear. In addition we carry'a fine line or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 May 1904

Adjustable Wnuoii Sent. The illustration shows a handy wagon seat which Is comparatively eusy to construct. Take a two-Inch tioard six inches wide, round the ends und cut Riots in each end as shown, no that it will go between the stakes »f the wagon. Fasten a board i» foot whip and three feet long In the center «>f the first board as shown in the cut. Then take an old seat, from some old machine, of form one if you lire handy with tools it as shown. A good home-made sent could Ikj formed of inch boards mounted to a place of tough hickory and Isdted to the boards, as shown, with a brace of iron at the back. Such a seat would be very handy to use when doing AN ADJUSTAni.K WAOOX SKAT. rough hauling, while It might not bo sufficiently attractive to use on the road. It la comfortable, which la the maiu point to be considered. MakitiK Draft llorHca. There is one thing that the man who Is trying to raise big horses should not overlook—and that is plenty of food for the colts. A draft-br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 May 1904

The Trail of Lewis and Clark. No study or the northwest is com plete, nor tan one understand as one should, the imperial dimensions of this vast domain or its real present and future greatness. without some knowl edge of the wonderful exploration of i owis and Clarke in ISO 4-6. ■p'hat historic expedition consisting „f £ men (later, at Wort Mandau. re duced to 31 men and one Indian wo man with her three month's old pa poose) left St. l-ouis. ascended the Missouri river to its headwaters, cross ed the mountains to the Columbia, and descended that stream to its mouth, and returned, within less than two years and a half. One winter they '„ent in North Dakota, near Bis marck, aud another in Oregon, near Astoria. The results of the exploration, the valuable discoveries made, the mani fold adventures met with, not only stamp the exploration as the greatest of modern times, but render accounts of it as interesting as a novel. There lias recently been published by G I'. Putnam's Sons, New Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 May 1904

$hf Columbia Courier C. O. ANDKRSON, liditor Published FCvery Friday nt Kenne wick, WtwhinKtoM TKIIMK OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - • $1.60 Hix M n th* .... .75 Three Moniha .60 Advertising listen Made Known Upon Application I*HR Cor.I'MHIA COUKIKK Ih entered as second class, matter ut the po*t office in Kknnkwicic, Wash. A Tacoman's Impressions of Kennewick. Has it never occurred to those people who long for less of tlie damp flays so generously bestowed upon this north coast ami where drear and depress ion set their seal with unerring regularity, that there is no ex cuse for consenting to endure with groan and grumble when, within the state of Washington aud almost at our doors, a land of Bunshine, protracted and abiding, invites a trial of its ex quisite balm? Kunover tho list of localities vulgarly familinr and you will have exhaustd your count, yet who lias not heard of tho vale of tho Columbia, that favored in land zone, splendid in its subtle atmosphere, wholesome a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 May 1904

ON THE ROAD. It will pay you to wait for everything that is newest and best in DRY GOODS. Being in touch with the Eastern Markets, having a buyer en the ground, place us 111 a position to produce the Latest as regards Quality, Styles and Low Prices. ' Goods well bought are half fold, and we jrimue not to "hold you up" just because we are "Out West". Kred B. Kreidler DRY OOODS Kennewick, - - Wash. Mrs. M. O. Kiitten is back from a trip to Spokane. G. E. Hanson made a business i trip to Walla Walla this week. Mrs. O. R. White of Cincinnati, Ohio, is visiting with her niece, Mrs. R. C. Ernst. Rev. Williams will preach at Eakin's Hall Sunday at 11 a. 111. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Purchase your water rights, i Recollect that after July ist the price will be raised to $40 per acre.! St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Company's yard has a lot of cull lumber which will be sold cheap. Arie Hover was down from Spo kane Sunday aud Monday visiting his people at this place. Strawberries are expected ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 May 1904

TELEGRAPH NEWS SUWIRY 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. President Canadame of Peru, who has been ill for some time at Arequipa, died recently. Secretary Shaw has signed a war rant for $40,000,000 in favor of the Panama Canal company. As a result of the grocers' national convention the Pacific Coast Retail Grocers' association has been formed. Ex-Governor Obaldia of Panama, re cently appointed minister to the Unit ed States, expects to leave for Wash ington June 1. Signs of growing hostility against the Russians have become evident among the inhabitants of Manchuria since the Russian reverse on land. Severe snowstorms have prevailed in the vicinity of Leadville, Col., for several days. There is about three feet of snow in the hills, but no dam age has resulted from the storm. in the presence of a score of men and women Pau...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 May 1904

IB H MINI MS 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. The quarterly report of the secre tary of the Western Federation ot Miners on contributions to the eight hour fund shows that »:,9,74D has been added 10 the fund since the last re port. This brings the total up to (106,033. British Columbia Notes. Machinery for a 25 ton experimental concentrating plant has been pilrchas ed for the Velvet-Portland mines on Sophie mountain near llosslaud. Machinery for a 75 ton silver-lead concentrator lias been bought by the Alice Broughton mine near Creston, U C. The property is controlled by Britishers. A tram will bo put in by Spokane tram makers. Barney Layton, who represents the eastern stock of tue Sullivan company, said recently: "The deal for the sale of the bonds and the raising of enough money to complete the smelter, is prac tically through." That mean...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 May 1904

MARCELLA BEMBRICH Famous Queen of Song at Spokane, May 16. Madame Marcella Sembrlch, the fa mous coloratura soprano, will be heard in Spokane on May IC. For the first time, an Inland Empire audience will have the opportunity of hearing the woman whose voice is as delightful in its sweetness as Melba's, with the added grace of a winsome ' and enchanting personality. So cap tivating is the singer, not in voice alone, but in her sunny and sparkling nature, that she casts a spell by the witchery of her presence over the au dience. The tour of the prima donna on the coast has been a successful one, and it is claimed that her voice at present seems even fuller and richer than ever before. The present tour was begun after finishing the season with the Grau Opera company, the famous ag- ( gregation of stars. During the season the claim is made that the personality of Madame Sembrlch entirely eclipsed that of the other members of the com pany, and eastern critics have been lavish in their pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 May 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. HI- NO. 7. Tho largest irrigated district M in the beautiful and fertile | YAKIMA VALLEY | $ The Washington Irrigation (.'omyany offers for wj] Ssale, lands suited to the production of high grade IS crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- p| II tiful homes. K Raw land $60 to $90 an acre || fi according to location. With water right. (A a TKUMS : One-fifth down, balance in tive V years at six per cent. These lands are BS| watered by tho great Sunnyside canal. ... For particulars, inquire of, or write to Aj WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH, 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, Glovers snd Nectwea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 May 1904

MM«SIHIY CULLED PROM 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. The Newark, Ohio, Savings bank has closed its doors. English Lad, the hoavily backed fa vorite, won the Chicago derby last Saturday. Blowing out the una resulted iii ths death at St. Louis Fair, of H. Batters by of Enumclaw, Wash. Plans have been announced for the amalgamation of the leading wool dye ing firms and corporations. The last statement of the national treasury shows: Available cash bal ance, $164,390,216; gold, $74,1411,961. Rev. Dr. Herbert Franklin Fisk, D. D. LL. D., for 21 years president of the Northwestern university academy at Chicago, has resigned. The Stonybrook plant of the United Box, Board & Paper company at Whip pany, N. Y., was practically destroyed by lire recently. Loss, $350,000. It. H. Plant, president of the I. C. Plant & Sous' bank and the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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