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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 27 July 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET Wm. Dircksen, Prop. FRESH MEATS OF ALL SCx* POULTRY. EGGS AND FRESH. VEGETABLES FRESH FISH EVERY FRIDAY DON'T COOK MUCH KEEP COOL OO O O Let us help you ont with the meal problem. Remem ber we have the Preferred Stock of Canned Goods Or der a can of Strawberries, Cherries, Tomatoes, Peaches, Corn or String Beans. These are delicious. There's as much difference between ordinary canned goods and Pre ferred Stock as there is between salt water and fiesh Name kind of fruit you want. Order a pound of Chase & Sanborn's Coffee. It's the highest grade to he hart in Kennewick, and costs no moie than poorer biands. Then tell us to give you a loaf of fresh home-made bread and a dozen of our freshly-baked cookies, letter than "mother used to make." Older now Lefore you forget it. HAWKS & SCHOCH IRRIGATION Our properties are locatei in the Columbia Valley between Wallula and Pasco—the lowest elevation of any irrigated lands in the State of Washington and are especially a...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 August 1906

VOL. V. NO. 15 PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE JULY SESSION. The C<>u n ».V Commissioners met at their office in the court house this oth T, d»V of July, 190(5, at 9:i»0 o'clock n. m. HrgUa nt to adjournment-. Couimis gjoners Carey and Jensen present, Commiwiouer Cresswell absent Iu tti« matter of the application of gJ. J'ritchard for the location and jopitruction of a drainage ditch and jitergis In towuthlp 10, N. fl 27 and 28 East. It appends to the TJoard that the pelitioii of B. J Pritci-ard for the loca tion and construction of the drainage ditcth and laterals tn she above named township ami range was filed with the - «lerk of this Board on the 2nd day of B« tror£, P !inie d by a bond ilgoed by said S J Pritchard as piin tlp»| and the National Sureties Co. a« lurety; that said bonci whs approved by this Board on the 3rd day of April, 1803, that said clerk was ordered by this Board on the 3rd day of April, 1900, to deliver a copy of said petit on tnthe Count...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 August 1906

TWO YACHTS COLLIDE EIGBT PERSONS DROWNED OFF THE NEWJERSEYpAST. Life Saving Crews at Herefore Inlet Station Did Great Work in Rescur ing Victims of Accident—Rough Sea Turned Sloop Yacht Nora Complete ly Over—32 Persons Into Sea. Anglesea, N. J., July 30. —Two yachts coming in from the fishing banks capsied on Herefore inlet bar Sunday and eight persons lost their lives. There were 32 persons on one yacht, of whom seven were lost, and 12 on the other. That there were not more victims was due to Captain Hen ry S. Ludlam of the Herefore Inlet life saving station and a crew of five men. Bodies recovered: FREDERICK FISCHEIi, Sr., Phila delphia. HERBERT HAMMEL, Lansdale, Pa. WALTER SNYDER, Philadelphia. JOHN FOGARTY, Haverford, Pa. J. STARKEY, Philadelphia. JERRY DONuHUE, Philadelphia. Unknown man. Missing — Samuel Londer, Wood bury. N. J. Anglesea is one of the favorite fish ing places along the New Jersey coast, and has seldom had a busier day than today. Every excursion train from Phil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 August 1906

AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA IEWDTION expected in every QUARTER OF THE EMPIRE. Loyal Troops Fire on Mutineers with Machine Guns, Several Were Killed A General Strike to be Declared in St Petersburg—Samenkoff Es caped Prison —Postal Car Robbed. Poltava, July 30. —A grave outbreak occurred yesterday in the Sevski regi ment, following the arrest of a private of the First battalion, who was discov ered with revolutionists. The entire First battalion accompanied by a large crowd, paraded the streets in defiance of the military authorities. The soldiers proceed to the artillery barracks, where they seized several guns and marched with them to the prison, where the political prisoners are confined. At this stage all the re mainder of the Poltava garrison was called out. The loyal troops fired on the muti neers with machine guns as they were engaged in breaking down the gate of the prison. Seceral men were killed or wounded. The outbreak was not suppressed for several hours. At Shusha the governor div...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 August 1906

Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. 11l The Big Red B am, Phone 252. Qot M y j. c. (lOHMAN A,ways Figur«s 1 Ready to Before BUILD!NG CONTRACTOR I Oiv*;,, i _ . You &uiid Kennewick, Wash. « estimate FERRY: Kennewick-Pasco Ferry is now j running. W. B. MLlk\ Manager New Blacksmith Shop E. R. CARNAHAN, Prop, If you have something hard to fix. don't throw it away. Bring it to rue; I'll fix it. Bring in your old broken castings in pay for work. OLD CUSTOMERS WELCOMED TRY THE AMERICAN RESTAURANT For Good Clean Meals. Prompt Service. Reason-! able Rates. All White! Help. Meal tickets $4 50. j B. J. MONTGOMERY Proprietor N I 1 BlaeKsmitt? Sfyop French is still at the old stand prepared to shoe any horse a-goin'. General Bla<;Ksmitbii}<s and U/orK- Vj/oodiuorK iij <?OQr>2Gtico. A. 3. FRENCH LOANS! LOANS! If you want to secure time loans on improved irrigated or wheat lands it will pay you to con...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 August 1906

IfKE LOCAL FIELD prom Saturday's Dally Vjr# W. A. Hawes i* poorly the last fa* dRF®« and Mrs * Fl ' ank Daugli f ibil morning, July 28, a daughter. tr ' V V, Whitelock, the Jeweler, left to , itforHshert stay with his J t A»i-'Ol, Idaho. « do*en couple* drove to Rich , night and took in the dance. iV-eport a nice little hop. J W. Hewetsoti and Florence s morning for Tacoma where hr ltt •P end u COU P ,e nl weeks at J**""** 111 ® rity. s if. Walker, who has been in . N. D, and St. Paul on g |a | pleasure for neveral weeks - turMd to his home here this P* 51 , jjijl'ci-"' j. \\ Merman, thebarber wlio work ja for Shafer a long time, now has a •„bin t !) « Steven* Hotel. Seattle. He ™ .j to see the Keunewickers twy " re in tbe cily " p, (;. 0. McCown, of Prosser, the ".fleer of Benton county, was in thtdtv yesterday on official business. Preappointed Dr. J. W. Hewetson Wy health officer for this part of jgi/mnty. s Washburn, who has moved his fcomehold goods iuto one of the Frank Kmigt ...

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

For The Term ofHis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKB CHAPTER XXI. Rufas Dawes had been a fortnight at the settlement when a newcomer appear ed on the chain gang. This was a young man of about twenty years of age, thin, fair and delicate. His name was Kirk land, *nd he belonged to what were known as the "educated" prisoners. He had been a clerk In a banking house, and was transported for embezzlement, though, by some, grave doubts as to his guilt were entertained. The command ant, Captain Burgess, had employed him at butler in his own house, and his fate was considered a "lucky" one. So, doubtless, it was, and might have been, had not an untoward accident occurred. Captain Burgess, who was a bachelor of the "old school," confessed an amiable weakness for swearing. Kirkland be longed to a Methodist famliy, and owned ft piety utterly out of place in that re gion. The language of Burgess made him shudder, and one day he so far for got himself and his place as to raise his hands to his ears....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 August 1906

LATE NEWS ITEMB. Tndfte Hebbard of San Francisco,has order Emitting George D. Slim to bail in the sum of $10,000. Silns claims that he will be able to " The order was grant- Jon the strength of Collins' appeal to United States sDpreme court on a it of error, Collins alleging that he „nr tritd for the offense for which :'l« e»'r ß d,t,d from Canada. The strike of union workmen engaged • making repairs at Stanford univer- HL w hich occurred recently and was temporarily adjusted, is on again in foil force. J. E. McKusick, formerly a New York broker, is lost in the canyon of ♦he Feather river, California. Dr. Willis™ T. Harris, ex-eommis gioner of education, has the honor of being the first American educator to be selected by the Carnegie commission for advancement of teaching to receive the highest retiring allowance, an an nual income of $3000 for meritorious gervice in the cause of education. Joseph Hastings, 65 years old, was fatally hurt recently at E. J. Saling's place near Wedon ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 3 August 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET StCtWm. Dircksen, Prop. |L- [ I ....jv, ' i ' ".'v - gj| FRESH MEATS OF ALL POULTRY. EGGS AND % V FRESH VEGETABLES WIFRESH FISH EVERY !i ' '"' ! FRIDAY DON'T COOK MUCH B<FFP COOI 4 V jI-V IL-k ? \ * \v X oo o o Let us help you out with the meal problem. Remem ber we have the Preferred vStock of Cannrd Goods Or der a cftn of Stray;her: ies, Cherries, Tomatoes, Peaches, Corn or String Beans. These are delicious. Tin re's as much difference between ordinary canned goods and Pre fer led Stock as there is between salt water and fiesh Name kind of fruit you want, prder. a pound of Chase & Sanborn's Coffee. It's the highest yiade to be had in Kennewick, and costs no ruoie than joorer brands. Then tell us lo give you a loaf of fresh home-made bread and a dozen of our freshly-baked cookies, I.ette: than "mother used to make." Order now before yolu forget it. HAWES & SCHOCH | yfi The Most Va'uaple \>M w 1 fft nr»i -t c*rl $8l $ l§f3t©Cl 'HJT %&- Fruit Lands ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 August 1906

VOL. V. NO. 16 PAYS FOE ITSELF IN SINGLE WEEK- The fruit growers of the state of Washington are awakening to the n lue of cannery plants. Scarcely ft day passes but a delegation from gome part of the of the state visits the cannery of the Puyallup & Sum ner Fro it Growers* Associatiom at puyallup to ascertain how the busi ness is carried on. The raspberry season just closing bis been a record-breaker as far as this valley is concerned. While the final footings have not yet been made, the association has handled 75,000 crates of red raspberries, as against 44,000 crates in 1905. I President W. H. Paulhamus, of the association, has pointed out in pist years the necessity of the as sociation having its own cannery The wisdom of his advice has been proved by this season's experience. The association contracted with the Webet-Bassel Canning Company, to whom the cannery has been leas ed fot a tefm of five years, to sell it ill the soft red raspberries at y/ 2 cents per pound. Owing to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 August 1906

NEWSOF 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. Circulars are out announcing $1000 reward for the return of Cecil A. Brit tain, the 5 year old son of R. L. Brit tain, Walla Walla, Wash. If the body of the boy is returned to the father, the reward will be $50. On retiring from active service as adjutant general of the national guard of Washington, after almost six years' service, James A. Drain addressed a circular letter to the officers and men of the national guard of Washington. Adjutant General Ortis Hamilton an nounces the appointment of Captain Matt H. Gormley of Seattle as lieu tenant colonel of the Second Washing ton, N. G. W„ to fill the vacancy caused by his own appointment as adjutant general. Mrs. Eli E. Gage and her 6 year old son have left Seattle with the body of lier husband, E. A. G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 August 1906

OFFICIALCALLISSUED TRANS-MISSISSIPPI CONGRESS TO MEET IN KANSAS CITY. This Session of the Transmississippi Chemical Congress Promises to be Most Important — The Number of Delegates Designated — Important Subjects—Secretary Root Present. The official call for the 17th annual session of tne Transmississippi Com mercial congress, to meet in Kansas City, Mo., November 20, 21, 22 and 23 next, has been issued by the executive committee. The congress promises to be the most important since its organ ization. Many great questions are to be considered. The call, which is addressed to gov ernors of states and territories, may ors of cities, commercial clubs, cham bers of commerce, boards of trade, in dustrial, mercantile, maritime and im migration organizations generally, is as follows: "The governor of each state and territory may appoint 10 delegates and one additional delegate for each 5000 inhabitants, provided, however, that no city shall have more than 10 delegates. "Each county may app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 August 1906

August Clearance Sale In order to close out certain lines of our stock we are selling at greatly reduced prices. Ladies' and Children's Caps 25c Caps, now . . Jsc 50c " " . . 25c 75c and $1 Caps, now 50c Sweeping Reductions on All Summer Shoes Oxfords, black or tans $2.50 and $2.75, now $1.75 $3.50 patent leather $2.00 Reduced prices on All Summer Dry Goods Mrs. M. Heard Second=Hand Store. We will buy anything we can sell.. We buy and sell for cash. BEDSTEADS. SPRINGS STOVES, HOUSEHOLD GOODS A SPECIALTY liOLYARD & WIFE. New Blacksmith Shop JG, R, CARNAIIAK, Prop. If you have something hard to fix, don't throw it away. Bring it tome; I'll fix it. Bring in your old broken castings in pay for work. OLD CUSTOMERS WELCOMED BlaeKsmitt? St?op French is still at the old stand prepared to shoe any horse a-goin'. Geperal ai}d Impair U/orK- ii} <Bor)oeetioi}. A. B. FRENCH LOANS! LOANS! If you want to secure time loans on improved irrigated or wheat lauds it will pay you to consult - H- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 August 1906

THE local field From Saturday's Dally W. F. Martin returned yesterday 'rom » visit wlth relu,iveß O egon. Mr. and Mr?. E. M. Stockman return €( j Wednesday from Sp.-kane. Mrs. gtockninn is still in very poor health. Blv ShaW, one-time a popular opera tor at the depot, takes the night job at Vortb Yakima the first of the month. Bessie Doak, who has been f | s j t j ng O. W. Rich and family for the past two months, returns home to SpnbW'e tonight. Several papers have noted with approval that the Kenneu ick School district had adopted the free -nextbook system. Prosser will soon consider such a step. Opt. Fred H Luudy, recently mas ter of the Mata C. Hover, has taken a g j o ,i|»r position with the W. 11. Todd, a cralt recently repaired for service at gennewi'-k. President Arie Hover of »lie Hover Transportation company, is jiandliiiK Ibe wheel of the home boat. Sunshine. \y. R Rogers, hook-keeper for Wren AGreeiiough, saved the life of a little tliild at Wallula a few days ago. With t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 August 1906

for The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XXll.—(Continued.) = Roused by the morning sun streaming In upon him, Mr. North opened his blood shot eyes, rubbed his forehead with hands that trembled, and suddenly awak ening, rolled off the bed and rose to his feet. He saw the empty brandy bottle ®n his wooden dressing table, and re membered what had passed. With shak ing hands he dashed water over his ach ing head, and smoothed his garments. The debauch of the previous night had left the usual effects behind it. His brain seemed on fire, his hands were hot and dry, his tongue clove to the roof of his mouth. He shuddered as he view ed his pale face and red eyes in the little looking glass. Stealing into the sitting room, he saw that the clock pointed to half-past six. The flogging was to have taken place at half-past five. Unless accident had favored him he was already too late. Fevered with remorse and anxiety, he hurried past the room where Meekin yet slumbered, and mad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 August 1906

forest fires IN BOUNDARY. -r'mber Ablaze for 20 Miles Along C. T p. R. System in B. C. The for^ l in the section along the Columbia & Western railway between rascade and the Bull Dog tunnel is blaze in places. The flames have Cached Farron. where they destroyed * station, roundhouse, the water tank and a large boarding house, en tailing a loss of about * 5000 - The employes of the railway at Far ron made a strong fight against the flames, which after destroying the buildings passed on toward the Bull Dog tunnel. The fires now extend Along the road for about 20 miles and the entire available Canadian Pacific railway force from Cascade to Rob iS endeavoring to save the trestles, of which several are high and long. There had been an unusually long, dry. hot season and once a fire is started in the forest it burns itself OUt as there is no means of stopping it. How's This? w* offer One Hundred Dollara Reward for *Le of Catarrh that cannot be cured by olli'a catarrh <3ure. j cHENK...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 10 August 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET FRESH MEATS OF ALL DON'T COOK MUCH KEEP COOL OO O O 1 Let us help you out with the meal problem. Remem ber we have the Preferred Stock of Canned Goods. Or der a can of Strawberiies, Cherries, Tomatoes, Peaches, Corn or String Beans. These are delicious. There's as much difference between ordinary canned goods and Pre-* ferred Stock as there is between salt water and fresh Name kind of fruit you want. Order a pound of Chase & Sanborn's Coffee. It's the highest grade to be had m Kennewick, and costs no moie than v° or er brands. Then tell 11s to give you a loaf of fresh home-made bread and a dozen of our freshly-baked cookies, better than "mother used to make." Order now before you forget it. HAWES & SCHOCH THE MOST VALUABLE IRRIGATED^^^^I' FRUIT LANDS . 4 ss»kMs ft Colombiaßlver, tha Northern Pacific and Oregon Railway k Navigation Company. *h«M landii are in the Colombia Blver Valley in the western part of Walla Walla County, Wash., opposite the Bennewlck ir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 August 1906

VOL. V. NO. 17 a sK change of north coast LINE. The Commercial Club decided to the North Coast railway to change its route through town from t be present survey through the res j section and to follow the line 1 either of Front street or Railroad itreet. tyben the regular meeting of the Club wa* called to order there was 1 large number present. Chair bjm Richardson stated that Chief g,gioeer Pitman and Secretary Imith, of the North Coast railway, bad been in town all day and with tht railroad committee had gone «ver the local situation. The>e k gentlemen had expressed a willing k Del> to try to use another line than the present one through Kennewick if there should develop a strong sen timent against the presnt surveyed line and the preference for a new line was general. The question was thoroughly dis cussed, practically everyone present eipreasing his veiws favorable to a change of location to either Front or Railroad street parallel to the Northern Pac fic. It was stated th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 August 1906

NEfS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF TBE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. At Maysiville, I. T., recently, Dr. Patterson sehot and instantly killed Ur. Herrod. The case of the railways against the ticket scalpers of Omaha and Lincoln, Neb., has been decided by Judge Gar land of the federal court and the in junction asked for against the brokers was granted. A severe earthquake lasting two seo oni'ri occurred at San Remo recently. The population was panic stricken. Slighter shocks occurred at Bordighera ai; 1 Goldirodiz. The Finnish senate has ordered the withdrawal of the red guard from the country and a petition to the em peror is being prepared in favor of the >e-establishment of the old Finnish army of eight battalions for the pur pose of restoring the authority of the new Finnish government among the masses. Brodie L. Duke of Durham, N. C., of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 August 1906

FOUGHT UNTO DEATH gU TIME PARTNERS IN STEVENS COUNTY, WASHINGTON. "Mike" McKale Killed William Drugan _Wtiil« Dying Man Was Stretched on the Ground, He Fires Six Shots a t His Antagonist—They Quarrelled About Authorityship of Trout Lake. Chewelah, Wash., Aug. 13.—After ®ost desperate gun fight in the annals of Stevens county "Mike" Mc- Kale slew William Drugan Sunday at grown lake. The men were veteran prospectors, both over the half century mark in years and of violent disposi tions- They quarreled over permitting a party of Chewelah men to fish in the lake. Both rushed for their guns. Twelve shots were exchanged, Drugan firing six rounds after McKale's first bullet had stretched him dying on the ground. McKale is under arrest at Chewelah. After the duel he gave himself up to W. J. Jackson, deputy sheriff. No charge has been placed against him. Six Chewelah men were present when the altercation commenced, and from a distance witnessed the duel to the death. When the fight became in...

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