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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 22 June 1906

KHNNEWICK MARKET Wm. Dircksen, Prop. FRESH MEATS OF AU k 1 n ds poultry, eggs and FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH FISH EVERY TO ALU : ; 1 : QWKCWSUPPERS ror bale by V JmSSP Hawes & Schoch Mpkws WlfH PURCHASESOF co#see/ I II ■■ I ■ ■ ! ,N ' IRRIGATION / Our 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 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 ssttlers. 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 ...

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. — 29 June 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. V. NO. 10 a ___— -—-—— Literary and Musical Program in a well-shaded Pavilion, Corner of Yakima and Third Streets. Horse Races and Foot Races on Adjacent Streets. Ball Game on New Grounds. Dancing Afternoon and Evening. Fireworks at Night. Good accommodations for the Comfort of Ladies and Children. !■>■■■ I HIMI PROGRAMME 9:«.* Parade on Principal Streets Recitation - - 300 Yd I„adies Pony Race. headed by the Band and in- Gralion of the Day _\ V ni. Saape 2.5 Yd Three-Pegged Race p eluding Liberty Car and Vj Decorated Equipage*. DINNER. 100 Das * l One-Quarter Mile Dash. 10:00 Exercises at Pavilion. . C.O.Anderson, President | ' One-Half Mile Cross Country Of the Day. PROGRAM OF SPORTS, j Flag Race. Address of Welcome, — B i .e Base Game. Mayor Edw. Sheppard io> Yd Boys Race-under 15 yrs Bronco Busting Contest. Music—Male Chorus. j 50 Yd Boys Race-under 12 yrs. Reaiingofthe Declaration of In- 50 Yd Giri sßace-Free for All. All entries must be made be...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 June 1906

RECORDS OF SPORTS NORTHWEST MEET AT SPOKANE A GREAT SUCCESS. Oan Kelly, the Boy Wonder, From Baker City, Oregon, Took Three Firsts—Equalled Two World's Records—Portland Athletes Win Most of Events—Other Sporting Events of the Day. One American amateur record broken, one world's record (profes sional or amateur) equalled and six high water marks of the past meets of the Pacific Northwest Amateur Athletic Association wiped out —that is. in brief, the result of the annual track and field meet of the P. N. W. A. A. at Spokane. Perfect weather conditions and a firm, fast track aided the 50 odd athletes, representing the three larg est athletic clubs of the Northwest, the Multnomah Club of Portland, the Se attle and Spokane Clubs, in bringing out the best athletic ability there was in them. In the history of the P. N. W. A. A. the meet of 1906 at Spokane will probably be unsurpassed in the point of the remarkable slashing of records. Summary of Events. 100 yard dash—Kelly, Multnomah, firs...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 June 1906

NEISOFNORTHWEST VASBINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. p e w Interesting Item* Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Cou-ntry—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take place —Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON ITEMS. The university campus site at Seattle, for the Alaskan-Yukon-Pacific exposition has been adopted by the ex ecutive committee. The selection came as no surprise, as it offered more advantages than any other. The body found in the Fidelity Lum ber company's boom at Newport, a short time ago, has been identified as that of Otto Raisler, who was drowned in the Pend d'Oreille river about a year ago at Priest River. Irrigation work in the Methow val ley is progressing rapidly. The state board of education has de cided that Miss Grace Crooks of Pros ger, Benton county, wrote the best essay on the "Life and achievements of Marcus Whitman," so she will get the <100 watch offered as a prize by Congressman Cushman to the pupils of the seventh and eighth grad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 June 1906

DO YOU KNOW THAT NORTH FACED DWELLING LOTS ARE OF MORE VALUE THAN SOUTH FACED? We own more than 75 desirable dwelling lots, well located, facing this way. 1 The natural growth of the town and the j| many fine buildings being erected will k cause city property to more than double in H value in one year. a An intelligent man watches the § signs of the times. | Twelve Choice Business lots, well located, g close to the new hotel and bank, at prices g that will make a tine investment. OWN gj ONE OR TWO WHILE THEY CAN BE | HAD. All our property scld on easy terms. § The Kennewick Land Co. J foiGuOEip. qiSviniinniwiniOfigcfigsl3 IGoing to Build?j « We have in stock ... " I RUSTIC AND DKOPSIDING | I THREE GRADES OF Fi OORING 1 I TWO GRADES OF SHINGLES I I ALL KINDS AND SIZES OF DOORS J AND WINDOWS ! BUILDING PAPER ~ 1 S a (U In fact everything in the line of building material. | |j Estimates gladly furnished. 1 1 CASCADE LUMBER CO J LR. C. Motnsey, ?ashier S. G. Wabd, Manager If E SnggßCiaC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 June 1906

jgE LOCAL FIELD Prom Saturday's Daily . Fred Watson, daughter and ; eX pectto relum t«» Crust on in "'"friT «»nt*y tomorrow for an ded visit with relatives and stop oft" a few days fltane on the way over. »f»r<raretand Helen Williams, twin j. u ehters of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Will ! provided an enjoyable evening's i 4™ 'tainment for about 30 young folks nilflit at their holue ' the occasion ] * Dg th ei r sixteenth birthday. The Kennewiob Pasco Ferry is again . Tiie cable which had been ''•""ru in two by the current washing it W °ibarp rocks on the bottom of the ° n has been spliced and put back in Stream. The ferry is now making 'nrtripe- Manager W. B. Muir in towu yesterday and reports * the water had begun to recede, jibing fallen ten inches in-the last c( ,uple cf day?. From Monday's Daily j D. Washburn brought in some peaches Saturday. Another big team outfit belonging to Yreo & Greenough pulled out for Hie Blouse tonight. The outfit will re lEmeworkou the Weyerhauser Rail...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 June 1906

for The Term afjlis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XV.—(Continued.) Sylvia littered a little cry. She had become fond of her dumb companion. "Kill Nanny! Oh, Mr. Dawes! What for?" "I am going to make a boat for you," he said, "and I want hides and thread and tallow." A few weeks back Maurice Frere would have laughed at such a sentence; but he had begun now to comprehend that this escaped convict was not a man to be laughed at, and though he detested him for his superiority, he could not but admit that he was superior. "You can't get more than one hide off a goat, man?" he said, with an inquiring tone in his voice—as mough it were just possible that such a marvelous being as Dawes could get a second hide by virtue of some secret process known only to himself. "I am going to catch other goats at the pilot station." "But how are you going to get there." "Float across. Come, there is no time for questioning. Go and cut down some eaplings. and let us begin." The lieutenant master ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 June 1906

for Dipping Sheep, net* are several plans for making In which to dip sheep, and If La has a flock of considerable size It . to obtain some of the plans J,t are offered by manufacturers. If, wwever, the flock is not large, a home made affair Is easily built and at com °"£tlTely small cost A tank of this kind to made as follows: A convenient j, ten feet long, four feet wide d two and one-half feet deep. It ijjould be made so that the tank con fining the dip is reached by a slat ted walkway leading down to It, and aether slatted walk leading up to the jading from which they go down into tb« tank. •There should be sufficient of the dip mixture placed in the tank to cover the back of the animal, which should to immersed for about one minute, then allowed to come up on the land- bome-made dipping take. • — — U, c> where the dip is squeezed out of tht wool and the animal allowed to itand to drain. The illustration shows how this tank is built. B Indicates the glatted walkway and A shows...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 June 1906

KHWEWICK MARKET & DELICIOUS COFFEE MAKES THE BREAKFAST We all have our ideas about Coffee and it's not always easy to get a bi nd that will suit everyone, but we siem to have such a blend It's a blend that hotels and cafes demand in older to hold their customers. If >011 want the very finest coffee, get our CHASE & SANBORN'S It's all coffee and all good coffee. No immature coffee berries in it. It's clean coffee from factory to you. It looks good, it smells good, it tastes goad and it is good. No meal is complete without it Isn't most of your coffee bitter and unsatisfying? There's a reason for it, and there's a leason f< r Chase & Sanborn's coffec having that rich, fragrant aroma that charms so many people. Simply order a 001111 d from us' and you'll be convinced. From 20c to 45c per pound. HA WES & SCHOCH XENNEWICK IRRIGATION Our properties are locatei i.i the Columbia Valley between Wallula and Pasco—the lowest elevation of any irrigated lands in the State o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 July 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. V. NO. 11 THE adjournment of congress. The labors of the session of Con tress j ast adjourned have been betvr. Few Congresses have ex ceeded its sum total of important achievement, and none has enacted , f greater variety of inte estiug and (ar-reacbiug legislation. The re cord includes the following great measures: Xbe railroad rate biH. Tb« pare f«od law, MwHuHDectlon law, jjituraliwtion law. Denatured ulcliol tux law (repealed), canal at Panama. Consular service reform. Appropriation bill reform, Larg««t battleship authorized, . Employe"' liability bill. l«Vfhe extraordinary feature of the "course of legislation has been the di ject personal effort of the President to secure enactment of great meas ures which he especially favored, flat whole session was m .rked by 1 sensational series of struggles be tween Congress on one hand and the executive on the other. The President told Congress plainly and directly what he wanted, and Con gress gave it pecauae ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 July 1906

Tor The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUB CLARKB CHAPTER XVl.—TContinned.) Aa hour after sunrise next morning the frail boat, which was the last hope of these four human beings, drifted with the outgoing current toward the mouth ©f the harbor. When first launched she had come nigh swamping, being over loaded, and it was found necessary to leave behind a great portion of the dried meat. They made tedious way with their rude oars; a light breeze from the northwest sprung up with the dawn, and, hoisting the goat-Bkin sail, they crept along the coast. It was resolved that the two men should keep watch and watch; and Frere, for the second time, enforced his authority by giving the first ■watch to Rufus Dawes. "I am tired," he laid, "and shall sleep for a little •while." That night the wind fell, and they had to take their oars. Rowing all night, they made but little progress, and Rufus Dawes suggested that they should put in te the shore, and wait until the breeze sprung up. But, upon g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 July 1906

Js Your Hair Sick? That's too bad! We had no ticed it was looking pretty thin and rough of late, but naturally d id not like to speak of it. By the way, Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower, a per fect hair tonic. The hair stops coming out, grows faster, keeps soft and smooth. Ayer's Hair Vigor cures sick hair, mikes it strong and healthy. The best kind of a testimonial— "Sold tor over Bixty years." J. C. Ayer Co.. Lowell. XIM. M Al«o manufacturers of f\ 9 SARSAPAKILLA. flyers HEttY PECTORAL. are you going east? just send me a postal card telling „hen and where you are going and I'll tell you how best to get there and the cost. More than that, I will help you arrange your trip and be of serv ice to you in every way possible. The Burlington offers better service over a greater selection of routes for eastern trips than any other railroad. You may travel via Billings, St. Paul or Denver and the Burlington Route and be sure of a comfortable journey at the very lowest rates whiche...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 July 1906

| Kennewick Transfer Co. | | Livery and Feed Stable | Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. # ® Prompt and Satisfactory Service. $ In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. KENNEWICK HARNESS SHOPI ■— —J HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK g Horse Furnishing Goods, Whips, Oils We are prepared for the Fall and Harvest Trade with a I complete stock of all kinds of Harness ard can supply r: your needs in our line as reasonable pi ices as can be >. ; had on Saddlery and Harness at the ruling uia.kel price. |j J. G. JONES, Proprietor _ | Kennewick Fruit Growers" Ass'n. | Barley, Shorts, Mized Feed, Bran I; Wheat and Baled Hay Nursery Stock, Fertilisers, etc. : Call and. Get Our Prices ■ 7" i ~~~~r ] J. C. GOU.MAN Always J j Figures Ready to I Before BUILDING CONTRACTOR (Hve an Ybu Build Kennewick, Wash. Estimate j PAPPETIZING | 1 MEALS j! * ; v\ I *, Meals at'the Hampshire House are »l § always satisfying. You get your P . 1 « money's worth. Good cooks, court- ► 4 eous wallers and a comfortable at-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 July 1906

jgl LOCAL FIELD fttoi Saturday's Daily guy Brye®" 18 vi " ui "« in Wa,la « a lls. U t tod Mrs. \V. .1. Duncan and son a month with Mr. Dun 2'«p»r*ntsat 110, Idaho. , 0 Ward, meager of the Kenne yard of the Cascade Lumber Co. at his home in Olympia. Mi9S Eva Hunt, of Spokane, sister of Mrs Volney Cox, will sing a special piece ftt ™ ornin £ service at the M t church- G Annls. Howard Anion, W. L. Mnuce)'- Geo " Richurhson aud Rev - Y L. Tuttle have been Richland visit or tbis week. F ,yf. Deau of the Kennewick Ab went to Spokane last night. Unexpected that Mrs. Dean will be ,bleto return borne with him. \S L. Muucey and Wm. Hellinger expect to ship their threshing outfit to pruscottand they will thresh in .h.trdifion this season. They report , bumper wheat crop. I G. Moore, the real estate man, shipped the first box of early Alexander pejehes yesterday to friends in Lewis ton, Idaho. They "Pened on two trees x or which this is the second season. r jj| gses Mildred and|Bernice Griffeth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 July 1906

NEWS OF NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON ITEMS. A freight on the Northern Pacific was wrecked in the Chehalis yards recently. Twenty-three cars piled up in every direction, the main track and all sidings being entirely blocked. In the presence of a packed court room at Davenport Judge Miles Foin dexter of Spokane rendered a deci sion that Attorney H. N. Martin, against whom disbarment proceedings had been brought because of alleged attempt to bribe the court commis sioner, had not been proven guilty. The Tacoma strike, declared a short time ago by Italian laborers and sec tion hands employed by the street rail way company, was declared off to night. The Inland Empire Railway com pany has started development of its power site at Nine Mile bridge on the Spokane river about nine miles below town. The...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 July 1906

fBST SESSION ENDS CBNiIESS HAS ADJOURNED AFTER A STRENUOUS TIME. p ilroad R* te Bi " Caused Greatest oeb a t e—Pure Food and Meat In fection Bills Provide Important Changes—President Given Nearly Forty Millions to Build Canal. The first session of the 59th con fess ended Saturday. It has been a strenuous session from start to finish. The measure which caused the great debate is the railroad rate bill, !Lun with the session, its consider don continuing throughout. The pure food enactment and the eat inspection provisions are also important changes ia the federal atti "T toward both the producer and consumer of the country. A uniform and more strict method of naturalizing aliens was enacted. The immunity of witnesses from prosecution who give testimony before government tribunals was made the subject of an enactment which clearly states when such immunity obtains aD d when otherwise. i a bill removing the Internal reve nue tax on denatured alcohol was also passed. The type of the Pana...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 July 1906

KENNEWICIC MARKET | Wm. 1)i rckscn, Prop. \ \ /". FRESH MEATS OF ALL J v ... . kinds j ' POULTRY, EGGS AND j > FRESIi VEGETABLES | l|j| , |■' FRESH FISH EVERY DELICIOUS COFFEE I MAKES THE BREAKFAST ~„! h:ivc our i ! easy to get a blend that will suit everyone, but we s<t* f "; | sj to have such a blend It's a blend that hotels and cafeo demand in older to hold iheir customers. It" \on want the very finest coffee, get our 3 jj CHASE & SANBORN'S B 9 It's all coffee and all good coffee. No immature coffee berries in it. It's clean coffee from factory to you. It :■ looks good, it smells good, it tastes good and it is good. E f No meal is complete without it. jj jj Isn't most of your coffee bitter and unsatisfying? There's a reason for it, and there's a reason for Chase & . Sanborn's coffec having that rich, fragrant aroma that jj 1 charms so man}' people. Simply order a pound from us and you'll be convinced. From 20c to 45c per pound. HA WES & SCHOCH jj XENN EWI c K jj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 July 1906

the kennewick courier VOL. V. NO. 12 PROCEEDINGS a T HE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS yr THE JI'LV SESSION The Boar 1 of County Commissioners 0 f Benton Co., Wash., met at their of fice in the court house in Prosser, Wis. on the 2nd day of July, IWO6, at 9:80 ,/clacW «• this being the flrst ,neeU . 0 f the regular July session of this gourd, AM members of the Board present. Minutes of the meeting of juue 12tu read acd approved. In th# matter of rent of Court House to the Board that Geo. Hcteelw*!' anrt wife ,iave «o ,,v eye<l the court house grounds to Nelson Rich ol Truss,er, as evidenced by deed recorded in the office of the auditor of jjeuton county at page 267 of Volume l» uf peeds, faid deed bearing date M»rnli 10. 1906 > a,,d 11 further appear ing that B*id Nelson Rich is entitled to Wieivefrora Benton county the ue p«id rental for the unexpired term of tbe lease of said proper!} given to Ben ton couoty by said Hes-elman, it is therefore ordered that the auditor be mil is hereby ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 July 1906

CARRIED RED TUGS ■EVOLUTIONISTS PARADE THE STREETS Of ST. PETERSRURS Police and Cossacks Were Driven Back—Lieutenant Tom Addressed 2000 People and Was Thrown in to Jail —Six Newspapers Put Out of Business. St. Petersburg, July 10. —Politioal demonstrations during which the crowds carried red flags and sang revo lutionary songs ocourred in many places in St. Petersburg Sunday after noon and night, necessitating the in terference of police and military pa trols. Street cars were held up and their occupants were compelled to un cover and salute the red flag. The most seriouß affair happened near the Mosoow railroad, where an officer, later identified as Lieutenant Tom, made a revolutionary speech to a crowd of 2000 people. A detachment of police attempted to disperse the assemblage, but the people armed themselves with stones dug from the streets and beat off the police and a squadron of Cossaoks. Eventually the Cossacks were rein foroed and fired a blank volley in the air, whereupon t...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 13 July 1906

HEWS OF NORTHWEST WASBIN&TON. IBABO, MONTANA iND OREGON NEVS ITERS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered Prom Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take . pi aC e —Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON ITEMS. Steel is now eight miles from Mid way on the Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern railway. John Hedman was drowned recent ly in the Columbia river three miles west of Columbus. The firm of Cooper & Levy of Se attle has been arrested and fined for each of the various buildings they rent fof. immoral purposes. Representative Jones has taken up with Governor Mead the feasibility of appropriating state funds for a topo graphic survey of Washington. E. Riste, superintendent of the We natchee schools, has tendered his res ignation. Miss Ida M. Case, principal of the high school, has also resigned. W. J- Downing, a laborer at a rail road camp near Penewawa, dropped dead recently while at work. Death is supposed to be due to the extreme heat. Mrs. ...

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