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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 May 1904

MINES HJN 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. The official call of the seventh an nual session of the American Mining Congress has been issued by Secre tary Irwin Mahon. The congress, which will meet in Portland, Ore., Aug ust 22, is expected to draw a large attendance. British Columbia Notes. Plans for building a concentrator for the Le Roi mine at Rossland have reached a point wnefe Thomas Mitch ell, a prominent concentrator man, bas been engaged to handle the pro ject. Each of the regular low grade ship pers have sent out more ore than last week, making a total increase of some thing' like 1,500 tons over last week's total. The entire eight furnaces in the two smelters are running full time. Joseph Pounder died at Grand Forks at the hospital after two weeks of suf fering. Joe Pounder was a pioneer prospector and miner of the district ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 May 1904

2he Columbia (fjomiev C. O. ANDERSON, ISditor Published Eveiy Friday at Kenne« wick, Washington TI3IIMB OF SUBSCRIPTION Otfe Year, iu Advance - • 51.5 C £is Mentha .... .7[ Throe Months .... .r»( Advertising Rates Made Known TTpoi Application Tiii: Columbia Courirk fa entered iw second cliss matter a tlie cjHoe in Kkn'nkv/ick, Wash. Holding tho Snipe Sack. Nearly a month ago a dapper | young fellow,giving his namci as John J. Nally, arrived from . Spokane. Ho purportod to | represent the Spokane Music Co. He. held a musical concert here which turned out more or less a fiasco. Still he lingered. The dear lily white hands must not be soiled by hard labor or honest toil. He had to make his living by his wits, tho am bition of every young man at present. Honest toil is too common place. lie managed to stand off people for tho nec essaries of life etc., on the promise of pay which never came. lie finally bccamo in debted to Landlord Kecfcr in the sum of $35.00 and others about hero in va...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 May 1904

ON THE ROAD. It will piy you to wait for everything that is newest ani best i!i DRY GOODS. Iking in touch with the Eastern Markets, having a buyer on the ground, place us in a pisition to produce theJVite.it as regards Quality, Styles and Low Prices. Goods well bought arc half told, and we premise r.ot to "hold you up" just because we are "Oat West". Fred 13. PC re idler DRY GOODS Kennevyick, - - Wash. H. E. Beach went to Walla Walla yesterday. j. C. Jackson of Genesee, Idaho, is here and is thinking of locating C. W. Jessup has sold his five acre tract in the Hover Villa. H. A. Hover's barn 011 the Riverview ranch is about complet ed. Mrs. Win. Steigler wishes to; lease her ten acres in section 7 for a term of years to reliable parties, j W. R. Anion, father of 11. S. Amon, spent a couple of days at Kennewiek this week. I'or sale—Some good second ' hand furniture, a second hand hack and several cows.—L.S.Erley.! C. W. Richardson of Crookston. Miun, is here looking around with , a v...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 May 1904

J. J. Reed & Co., <« Hardware :: Furniture and Undertaking. We carry a full line of Headquarters for Cook Stoves, Ammution Ranges and and Sporting Heaters. Goods. Also Sewing Machines. our prices before buying Groceries, Crockery, Flour and Feed. Hay and Grain. Dry Goods and Shoes Everything in the line of General Merchandise L. S. ERLEY, KENNEWICK, WASH. ► 5 5 Columbia Pharmacy, J « Drugs, Medicines Stationery, Toilet Articles Books, Periodicals. A complete line of Warren Paints and Chinamal Varnish in colors. fe — Proscriptions compounded by graduate pharmacist. . . . S S 9 g Vaklma-.troet. KENNEWICK. » ilfATl fATAfATAfATAfATAfATI SHOES SHOES SHOES We buy direct from the manufacturer and save our customers the middle man's profit. U5i = \Ve handle the celebrated DOUGLAS SHOE for men, and Queen Ouality in ladies' shoes. We also carry a complete line of notions and racket goods : : : : Cantrill & Eakins Shoe Store KENNEWICK, WASHINOTON. A- Specner's • Cafe ym a Berve(l at...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 May 1904

UNDER THE BUN. The men who have gone before ua Have sung the songs we siug; The words of our clamorous chorus. They were heard of the ancient King. The chords of the lyre that thrill us, They were struck in the years gone by, And the arrows of death that kill us Are found where our fathers lis. The vanity sung of tlio Preacher la vanity still to-day; The moan of the stricken creature Has rung in the woods alway. But the songs are worth resinging With the change of no single note, And the spoken words are ringing As they rung iu the years remote. There is no new rond to follow, Love! Nor need there ever be, For the old. with its hill and hollow, Love! Is enough for you and me. —Century. 1 HDIIH ■■■ { fniQ tall, beautifully formed girl settled her. broad shoulders more comfortably against the sun warmed rock behind her and glanced rather contemptuously at the small, well-knit man beside her. "I'm sure I never could endure a man who was not physically brnvc fl nd strong," she said, wit...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 May 1904

Peculiar To Itself In what it is and what it does—con taining the best blood-purifying, alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions, relieving weak, tired, languid feelings, and building up the whole system—is true only of Hood's Sarsaparitla No other medicine acts like it; no other medicine has done so much real, substantial good, no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost. "I wa* troubled with arrofula and came ■far losing mjr eyesight. For four moatha I could not see to do anything. Aftor taking two bottles of flood's Sarsaparllla I could »e« to walk, and Then I had taken tight bottlos 1 could aee as well as cror." Sums A. Uaih» von. With erf. N. C. Hood's Sarsapnrllla promise# to euro and koops the promise. Professor Flinders Petrie recently told an audience at Owens college. Manchester, England, that one spot in the ruins of Abydos, in upper Egypt, tells a continuous story running ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 June 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL.III- NO. 11. | SUNNYSIDE | fi The largest irrigated district M U in the beautiful and fertile 5 YAKIMA VALLEY Q The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for 5j sale, lands suited to the production of high grade Ifl [I crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, V grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all S kin<ls. A country of intensive farming and beau- ft 0 tiful homes. 6 Raw land $60 to $90 an acre n ft according to location. With water right. / \ TERMS: One-fifth down, balance in five V V years at six per cent. These lands are lfl; l| watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... S For particulars, inquire of, or write to ft 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, KENNEWICK. Our Spring Stock of Dry Goods Is now Complete. Spring and Summer Dress Goods of all kinds. Ladies and Gent's Spring and...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 June 1904

ifflPH mmn 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. Frederick Sicilians, the great Ger man manufacturer, is dead. Cardinal Satwlli has left Rome for Naples, on his journey to the United States. The total s 'ira realized from the first, day's sale of the jewels belonging to the late lmicess Mathilde of Paris was $99,459. At Bedford, Ind., James McDonald, charged with the cnsational murder lasi winter of Miss Sarah Schaefer, a Latin school teacher, was acquitted by a jury. The buildings of the New York City Milling company, in New York, were wrecked by fire recently and 4,000 bar rels of Hour destroyed. The loss is $200,000. Tasunosek Fukukita, a Japanese student of Stanford university, lias been chosen by Dr. Ewald for the head of the department of English phil ology at the university . The Presbyterian general assembly of *'\e U...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 June 1904

fill MM m LATE NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK BRIEFLY TOLD. Choice Selection of Interesting Items Gathered From Exchanges—Cullinga From Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon—Numerous Accidents and Personal Happenings Occur. WASHINGTON NEWS. Palouse City is to celebrate the Fourth of July. Cash slot machines are agaiu in op eration at Tacoraa. The North Yakima sewer bond ques tion was voted down. Adam Kile, of Thornton, aged 81, died recently of paralysis. A new postolilce has been establish ed at Irby, Lincoln county. Harry Kunyon, a brakeman of ulym pia, was instantly killed recently. The Washington stale building is the finest at the St. Louis exposition. \V. C. Bruinmett, who was shot by Marshal Sturdivan at Lind, died later. It is now assured that the Canadian Pacific railway will come to Spokane. The El wood shingle mill of Everett was burned recently, entailing a loss of $20,000. Fire at Rockford flour mill recently damaged the building and stock to the amount of $0,000. The former vol...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 June 1904

® IK Columbia ®oHrirr C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday ut Kenue wick, Washington TRISMS OP SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - • $l.r>o Hix Mirths .... .7j Three Months - - - • .50 Advertising Hides Mude Known Upon Application Tiik Coi.umbia Coukikk i Is entered as xeeond class matter ot | the poet oftlee in Krnnewick, Wash. Horse Heaven. The lJorse Heaven country eoiith of ICennewick was until recently considered worthless, and tit for grazing purposes only. Later years have demon* strated that it is a good wheat -country. This section is just now beginning to develop and it; is being found that its wheat producing adaptability far ex ceeds expectation. This year promises an unusual yield. The wheat fields havo headed out and the grain will be ready for harvesting by July Ist. Here are a few of the leading farms with the seeded acreage which will undoubtedly run from fifteen to twenty bushels per aero. A. H. Richards, 3000 acres; C. A. Lundy, 2000 acres; W. A. Hetti...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 June 1904

Some of our goods have arrived and more is coming every day When you want something new and fresh iu Wash (io'tds Embroydery, Laces, Table Linen. Summer Underwear, Hos iery and Gloves we have it. Come in and look us over and and ask questions. We will be pleased show you goods whether vou buy or not. Fred B. Kreidler DRY GOODS Ken ne wick, _ . Wash. Jno. Stuible shipped ripe cherries to Seattle Monday. Mens, and boys' underware at the Golden Rule. Miss Myrtle Haney is at present keeping books for the Keunewick Hardware Company. H. S. Amon has been seeding a liberal portion of his land west of town to alfalfa. From now on until the middle ot September the ice man will be the most popular man in town. A good rain fell iu Horse Heaven tud also extended into the valley, Wednesday night. The drug stock at the Columbia Pharmacy is being inventoried and j Mr. Sheppard takes charge of the place from now on. The Kennewick Hardware is now unloading a car of furniture, and has many things whic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 June 1904

THE DRAGONS. Prince Vortfgern—so run the ancient tales— A stronghold sought to build in wildest Wales; But some fell power frustrated each essay, And nightly wrecked the labors of the day; Till Merlin came, and bade the builders all. Beneath the escarp'd and many-bastioned wall, Pig deep; and 10. two dragons, o'er whose lair Nothing secure might rise, lay sleeping there. Search the foundations, you that build a state, For if the drngon forms of Wrath and Hate Lie colled below, and darkly bide their hour, Fear walks the rampart, Fear ascends the tower, And let it not content you that they sleep; I>rive them with strung enchantments to the deep. First of such charms is Perfect Justice; then Comes the heart's word that conquers beasts and men No other craft shall servo —no spells but these Drive the old dragons to the whelming seas. —Saturday Review. Their Grewsome Bridesmaid EORGE IIAYDEN was really no ffjrt such groat villain aftor all. Put baldly, bo bad nioroly flirted with a gi...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 June 1904

f | FRANK EMIGH, Proprietor. hmigh Lumber, Lime, Lath, Shingles, Brick and Posts. Lumber Studebaker Wagons and Harness. The Empire Drill. Wagon Extras on Hand. KENNEWICK, WASH. I | I a N. R. Sylvester, - Proprietor fj H.E. BEACH, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. * * jgaWt The | Valley Barn, j I C. M. LLOYD, Prop. J I Good Rigs. Draying and Delivering, j ] KENNEWICK, WASH. j A Howling Success That is what our business has been has been from the start, and it is getting better right along. There can be but one reason for this—and that is, we satisfy our customers, no matter what it coste. St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Yard H. E. Baldwin, yard foreman. A. F. Brown, Manager. Kennewick PiPP Market WILLIAM DIRCKSEN, ■ Prop. Fresh Meats of kinds —Pork, Sausage, Veal, Mutton, Etc. Poultry, Eggs and Fresh Vegetables. Fresh Ftsh every Friday. Second Str...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 June 1904

SOCIETY WRECKED HER LIFE. In Society. A woman in society is obliged to keep late hours. She muet attend re ceptions and balls. She seldom allows herself a quiet evening at home. Her whole time is taken up in keeping en gagements or entertaining in her own home. Her system becomes completely run down as a consequence. She soon finds herself in a condition known as sys temic catarrh. This lias also been called catarrhal nervousness. If every society woman could know the value of Peruna at such a time, if they could realize the invigorating, strengthening effect that Peruna would have, how much misery could be avoided. Letters from society women all over the United States testify to the fact that Peruna is the tonic for a run down, depleted nervous system. GILLESPIE JURY 13 BET FREE. | Fails to Agree—One of the Original Jurors Kills Himself. Rising Sun, Ind., May 31.—After de liberating 42 hours without coming to an agreement, Judge Downey has dis charged the jury in the Gillespie case...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 June 1904

SOCIETY WRECKED HER LIFE. In Society. A woman in society is obliged to keep late hours. She must attend re ceptions and balls. She seldom allows herself a quiet evening at home. Her whole time is taken up in keeping en gagements or entertaining in her own home. Her system becomes completely run down as a consequence. She soon finds herself in a condition known aB sys temic catarrh. This has also been called catarrhal nervousness. If every society woman could know the value of Peruna at such a time, if they could realize the invigorating, strengthening effect that Peruna would have, how much misery could be •voided. Letters from society women all over the United States testify to the fact that Peruna is the tonic for a run down, depleted nervous system. GILLESPIE JURY 13 BET FREE, j Fall* to Agree—One of the Original Jurors Kills Himself. Rising Sun, Ind., May 31.—After de liberating 42 hours without coming to an agreement, Judge Downey has dis charged the jury in the Gillespie case....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 July 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL.III. NO. 17. I SUNNYSIDE | r * ft f* The largest irrigated district M M in the- beautiful and fertile S 5 YAKIMA VALLEY Q The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for V| 5J sale, lands suited to the production of high grade II II crops of diversified character,' comprising fruits, Q 6 grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of nil V S3 kin<ls. A country of intensive farming and beau- |jj fa tiful homes. A K Raw land $60 to $90 an acre 2] ft according to location. With water right. 9k TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five 5j years at six per cent. These lands are ft II watered bv the great Sunnyside canal. ... S For particulars, inquire of, or write to A ft WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH, WASH. M 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 Lad...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 July 1904

Columbia courier. VOL. HI. NO. 17. ISUNN YSIDE" I A The largest irrigated district 0 U ill the- beautiful and fertile 8 § YAKIMA VALLEY g The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for jjj K sale, lands suited to the production of high grade II II crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, A grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all jV SB kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- M I) tiful homes. K Raw land $60 to $90 an acre 2) fj according to location. With water right. / S* TERMS: One-fifth down, balance in five Bj years at six per cent. These lands are ll II watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... lj>s For particulars, inquire of, or write to A A 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, .^KENNEWICK. Our Spring Stock of Dry Goods Is now Complete. .Spring ami Summer Dress Goods of all kinds Ladies and G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 July 1904

Sflli TO 11 ARTHUR JAPANESE CONTINUE TO FIGHT WAY TO THE CITY. Are Entrenched in Positions Three to Seven Miles From Main City—Rus sians Make a Sortie and Capture Jap Battery—Fighting East of Port Arthur Since July 4. Cheefoo, July 10.—A fair wind brought a fleet of junks from Port Arthur today, carrying both Chinese! and Europeans. Reports which they' bring of conditions at Port Arthur art' | contradictory, but they all say that the Japanese division irom the northward is entrenched seven miles from the marine camp, while another division from the eastward is fighting continu ously, and with the aid of the fleet is endeavoring to gain a position com manding the town and naval basin. A Russian says that the Japanese oc cupied the summit of Takushan moun tain. which is about three miles from Port Arthur, on the night of July (J, with a mounted battery of artillery. On July 7 the Russian cruiser No vik and four gunboats went out under the protection of the guns on Golden hill and shel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 July 1904

PARKER m mm; democratic nominees for PRESIDENT AND VICE. Ex-Senator Turner of Spokane, Wash., Received Strong Vote for Second Place on the Ticket—All Night Ses 6ions —Parker for Gold Standard— Bryan to Support the Ticket. St. lx>uis, July 10.—Judge Alton B. Parker of New York was nominated by the democratic national convention about 5:40 o'clock Saturday morning, for president of the United States When the first ballot was finished Judge Parker lacked a few votes of the necessary two thirds of the con vention, but Idaho gave him her six and Washington changed from Hearst to Parker, giving 10 more, and the victory for Mr. Parker was secure. The nomination v.as then made unan imous. Parker received 648 and Hearst 206 votes. Other Candidates. The vote for tne other candidates was as follows: Cockreil —Kansas 1, Minnesota 1, Missouri 36, Nebraska 4; total, 42. Olney —Maine 4, Massachusetts 32, Nebraska 1, Oklahoma 1; total, 38. Wall —Nebraska 1, Wisconsin 26, total, 27. Gray—Delaware...

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

Sltr (Columbia (fioiuin C. o. Editor Kvery I* r»tlu_y at Kenne wu-Jc, Wn^l^inijton rKI I.MS ()F SIT r,£S( • U LPT ION <Qnt* v Y«>nr. in A«lv»nee - - $1.50 .fclix .M.ir.tlt'i - .7 JThref .V-iKithH .... .50 Itates Mude Known Upon Application <Fnlpr«'d at tin* postoljlco in IviMine ,w\i-k, as serum! class mail Thk northwest if gradually .entering npoy a,y ,era of iinus ;:tl prosperity and prominence. •'.J'o v-U w h 9 have studied the ,movement of immigration and industrial development ,t.l\is is clearer every {lay. .Wash ington v.vill. twe;ity-ave years (from now , bo one of the most lhi.cj:!y populated western states (for the reason Xlnit its natural (resource tye .dittere,n.t altitudes produce an .endless variety climates, a.pd gs dii/eraitetf pro ductions. jLn wnutyiu re #iops far.es ts syp p 1 y jum.ber to *di par,ts of are iCyIJ ,o»f and the min ing ;s $iss.U£iing large 'j? he inountyin ;itr,eyins y,r« capable of supply ing motiye power for all kinds fit manufacturing, wh...

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