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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 August 1906

• NEVER-RIP SHOES FOR BOYS AM) GIRLS They don't rip because they have few seams where shoes usually rip, and what seams they have are sewed -so strongly that mouths of hard wear will be required to break them. The leather is tough as rawhide, yer it makes a neat looking shoe, suitable for bsth everyday and Sunday wear W hen you find a boy's shoe that won't rip you've gone a long wav in shoe economy. It's well to remember that but few brands of shoes do what they're advertised to do. We know what these shoes will do and we also know that ever}' pair we sell makes us a pleased customer. These shoes have,regular oak tinned soles, are well-shaped and will always look-wed. It pays to buy Never-Rip Shoes. The Mayer Shoe never i'ips. We want to shoe the young people before school begins. R. H. ANDERSON I'HE BOSTON STORK KENNEWiCK HARNESS SHOP HARNESS, SADDLERY. LEATHER WORK Horse pupiishing Goods, Whips, Oils We are prepared for the I'"all and Harvest Trade with a .complete stock of all ki...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 August 1906

THE local field Prom Saturday's Dally Harvesting in Horse Heaven is just about half done. C 0. Anderson has joined his wif in Tacoma for a few day-.' outing. The VVeisel road ha> been ordered established by the county commission er ?• Mrs M. E. Dwireeame borne Wed nesday nlglU a week w vi«iMn gpokane. Jli»s Jeade Schniallhausen, of Mis soula, is here visiting her friend Mrs. £ YV. Wiegel. jay F. l'ean returned last night from Prosser where he has been paging' h a s bo " k * w J Camion, from the Judithe ba country in Montana, is a re centset ter near i 1 i» ley. Mrs. 0- E Hanson returned tonight from Steilacoo m where she has been yi s itingf°i' the past month. Miss Braiiniu, of Spokane, hasariived lotake the position of day operator to succeed Mrs. C. Wiegel who baa been appointed cashier. L U. Totnasso came clown from Xortli Yakima last night. His son *jfyd an operation performed in the hos pital there yesterday. Mia*Opal Dunlap came from £po fcane Wednesday night to spend ;i w(...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 August 1906

for The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XXIII. —(Continued.) The experienced convict disciplinarian ild not rate the ability of John Rex highly enough. From the instant the convict had heard his sentence of life %anlshment, he had determined upon es •ceplng, end had brought all the powers •f his acute and unscrupulous intellect ♦o the consideration of tbe beat method IDf achieving his purpose. His pretended (piety had accomplished the ead he had fcMumetf it for. He had won the confi dence of Meekin; and into that worldly {creature's ear he poured a strange and lud history. He was the son, he said, f»f a clergyman of the Church of Eng and, whose real name, such was his *«verence for the cloth, should never pass his lips. He was transported for « forgery which he did not commit. Sarah Purfoy was his wife. She, an Innocent and trusting girl, had determin ed to follow her husband to his place ®f doom, and had hired herself a* lady's vnaid to Mrs. Vickers. "My great sor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 August 1906

Graß dmother'a TrMumres. alien grandma was a little girl slie own ed a box —her dearest treasure, [n it she kept with dainty care the things which gave her greatest pleasure— A gcrap of pale buff calico with little sprigs of blue upon it, A bit of stiff silk ribbon, wide, from some one's old discarded bonnet, A fragment each of muslin thin, of gingham pink, and silk, magenta, A bit of velvet, soft and green, that some dear maiden aunt had sent her. ■i r ags," they called them, but to her shy little Jane Amanda Baker— jbey furnished food for many a dream, and into fairy-land they'd take her! To-day her great-grandchild. Lucile, bows "sunny head o'er box of treasures. "Doll rags," they call them, but to her they're almost chief among her pleasures —- A dainty scrap of organdy with violets and leaves upon it. A bit of pale blue velvet left from baby sister's cloak and bonnet, A piece of rose-pink corded silk from mamma's evening waist so pretty, A bit of soft white albatross from Aunt ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 17 August 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET FRESH MEATS OF ALL POULTRY, EGGS AND FRESH FISH EVERY DON'T COOK MUCH KEEP COOL oo o o Let us help you out with the meal problem Remem ber we have the Preferred Stock of Canned Goods Or der a can of Strawberries, Cheiries, 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 sait water end f:esh Name kind of fruit you want. Order a pound of Chase & Sanborn's Coffee. It's the highest grade to be had in Kennewick, and costs no moie than poorer branis. Then tell us 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 4I^^^! FRUIT LANDS r**l$ 4 ' Vet oSTereu lor sale are now cpoj. for settlement near ATT ALIA, a new ~owb located at the junction of three railroads, namelyTlic Wasliintfton & Columbia Xivor, the Nor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 August 1906

THR \f civt ivt c w /Ic*f\i mien inc RciNiNfciVV iwi\ CO u kick VOL. V. NO. 18 pgCIT MARKETING PROBLEMS. To strike the happy medium be tween over supply and under sup ply seems to be a difficult task for Oregon fruitgrowers. At the re cent midsummer meeting of the Oregon Horticultural Society at Salem several speakers declared that one great difficulty in market ing fresh fruit is that the quautity produced is not sufficient to permit shipment in carload lots, nor enough for pickers to give particular atten tioo to it. The loss on this account is seen in two ways. In the first place the relative cost of shipping in small quantitiec is much larger than in large quantities, and the cost must come out of the producer's profits unless the consumer can be made to stand it, which he will not do if he can buy other fruits at a better figure. Again, the loss on account of haphazard methods of picking, packing and shipping is consider able. With only a little fruit to be handled, no one make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 August 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITERS FROM ALL PARTS SF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. A fire that followed a violent explo sion destroyed the hat factory of Frederick Cummings Sons & Co., at Orange, N. J., causing a loss of $300,- 000 and throwing 500 persons out of employment. The Great Northern, Northern Pa cific and Soo lines have filed with the Minnesota state grain and ware house commission notice of a 10 per cent reduction in grain rates. The police of Racine, Wis., it is announced, have been ordered by their chief to shoot at autoists who refuse to stop when commanded to do so. With money pouring in at the rate of a millian dollars a day from insur ance alone, the banks of San Fran cisco are more crowded with deposits than ever in their history. National Bank Examiner Hwer has closed the First National bank of Chelsea, Mass. The Valparaiso earthquake was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 August 1906

SAN DMGO D'CHILE EAITBQOAKE ALIO BUINS THIS CITI—DEATH LIST LAKGE. Damage Is Severe—Public Buildings Dismantled or Destroyed—Fires Are promptly Put Out—Other Towns in Ruins —Scores Dead or Injured- Commerce Is at a Standstill. Santiago de Chile, Aug. 20. —It is known that eighty lives were lost in this city by the earthquake, but it is believed that many persons were killed by the falling buildings and that their bodies will be discovered later. Sev eral persons became so panic-stricken during the tremblings of the earth that they threw themselves from the bal conies of their houses and were killed. The fires which followed the earth quake in this city were promptly ex tinguished, but while they lasted they adued greatly to the terror of the peo ple. The towns of Virilage and Casa Blanca were entirely destroyed and San Felipe, Rancagua, Milpilia and Llay Llay were severely damaged. At Concepcion the shocks were severe and a number of persons were killed or injured. The towns of San ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 August 1906

Clearance Sale of Carpets , have decided to close out all our carpets, notwithstand ing the fact that they are all this season's patterns. The prices have been clipped close —so close that you get both car pet and profit. These cut prices last until every yard is sold. The most of our carpet line consists of Ingrains—rich, harmonious colorings that will not fade or show wear. The quality is too good; that's why we must put the price to cor respond with the cheap grade carpets. Every one of these carpets really meaus a double purchase, for when one side gets wern, you can turn it over and have a new, fresh carpet again. Come in and inspect the goods and get prices. Cold floors will soon be with us and it won't pay to invite pneumonia into the family when warm carpets will k«ep it away. Stick a pin here. R. H. ANDERSON THE BOSTON STORE KENNEWICK HARNESS SHOP HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK Horse Furnishing: Goods, Whips, Oils We are prepared lor the Fall and Harvest Trade with a compl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 August 1906

LOCAL FIELD fnm Saturday's Dally F ne Asperagus Roots for sale. H Dklepine. , K IfcKeand, of Prossej, is in (own on busluesi today. Stella and Leila Bpencer, of £lo!*, **• visiting Miss Jeauette Sim- Bow^week. j( rs Cbas. Paison left for North Yafeima for a few day's visit. Mr. Pax s#n jj working at thut place. The Oregonlan is authority for the , t ,tmtn»that E. H. Harrlman now the Milwaukee railway and that ft deal has Jnst been concluded *Liieh gives h ,m the controlling Inter wt in the stock. H A. Bier went te Prosser this morning to attend the meeting of County Democratic Central Commit tec rh«y Intend to fix the date of invention and the representation of tbediffenent precincts. As iarge ft crew of men as can be conveniently used are laying pipe for the city water works. Another crew tte patenting the reservoir on the hill. Work "I* o b*gun on the power bouw for which Geo. Armstrong has the contract. This will be gratifying newa o ;h» publlo whoee patience baa been JUely tried...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 August 1906

For The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKB CHAPTER XXlV.—<Contlnaed.> Between Eaglehawk and Signal Hill Were, for the absconders, other dangers. Along the indented coast of Port Buuche were constables' stations, and to avoid them it would be necessary to make a circuit into the scrub. Unwilling as he wu to lose time, John Rex saw that to attempt to run the gauntlet of these four stations would be destruction. He ranged his men in single file; and, quit ting the road near Norfolk Bay, made atraight for the Neck. After nearly two hours of painful progress, Jemmy Vetch •topped and whispered them to approach. They were on a sandy rise. To the lesJ ■was a black object—a constable's hut* to the right was a dim white line—the ocean; in front was a row of lamps and between every two lamps leaped end ran a dusky, indistinct body. Jem my Vetch pointed with his lean fore finger. "The dogs!" Instinctively they crouch down, lest even at that distance the two sentries, so plainly vis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 August 1906

UNGE IN RAIN TO RUIN. ma Freight Plows Through Work- F'r" train. t hnstown, Pa-. Aug. 21.—Plunging «rh a blinding rainstorm at the thr °of 45 miles an hour, a fast freight ** te on t he Pennsylvania railroad tralD h ed into a slowly moving work- C at San Hollow, killing seven and tr S.nlv injuring seven others of the rKtrain crew. Three of the latter tUly will die. pr ° ting secretary Ryan of the inte department has authorized the worth Coast Railway company to ex d its lines across the Yakima In !Tn reservation. The company has Led to safely bridge all irrigation dftches along its route. j W Townsend, a pioneer settler of Stevens county, died recently of ab scess- FEELING HIGH OVER WHIPPING. public Demands Punishment of Rus sian Guards. Both Premier Stolypin and War Minister Rudiger of Russia are receiv ing many letters demanding the pun ishment of the officers and soldiers of the chevalier guards concerned in the whipping of Anna Smirnoff, and the newspapers continue to be filled ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 August 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET FRESH ALL DON'T COOK MUCH KEEP COOL oo o o Let us help you out with the meal problem. Remem ber we have the Preferred Stock of Canned Goods. Or der a can of Strawberries, Cheiries, 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 tbe highest grade to be had in Kennewick, and costs no more tban voorer brands. Then tell us 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' :^^^f' FRUIT LANDS ? r .* t 0^ are . d , for . !5 l 0 cp;a for ■ettlcment near ATTALII. a ne-w town locate® Bt thei junction of three railroads, namely:. The V/asliinarton J Columbia BiVdr, tne Northern Pacific and Oregon Kailway & Navigat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

the kennewick courier VOL. V. NO. 39 This new structure on Yakima street is the first complete lof Kennewick's group of tine new buildings. The store ii large and commodious and presents an unusually neat and attractive appearance, the front being especially adapted to fine window display. Mr. Andersou has been engaged in business here a year and a half and has been favored with a constantly increasing tiade. A noticeable feature of his trade is the number of new faces appearing among his custom ers each month as evidence of the steady immigration of new settlers to the valley. Vast Government Irrigation Review of Projects in this State which Uncle Sam has Under Consideration or which are Already in Course of Construction. D C. Henny, Supervising Engin-j . eerU. S. Reclaniat on Service, in; the Pacific Monthly summarizes | the work of the Reclamation Ser-! rice in Washington and Oregon! and gives much interes ing in for-' mation. On the Yakima project he; wine* in part as follows: T...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD snout mmvi uns tin ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBS. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Captain Nathan Appleton, the well known author and traveler, died re cently in Boston. There is to be an invasion of this country next fall by a number of English prize fighters. Spokane, July 4, 5, 6 and 7, 1907, is the place and date for the great na tional meeting of the Baptist Young People's union. President Roosevelt has appointed Basil Miles of Pennsylvania as first secretary of the American embassy at St. Petersburg. L. Anthony, postmaster at Ruthven, La., hanged himself in the postoffice this morning because of a shortage of $135 in his accounts. The cruiser Marblehead has been detained at Mare Island navy yard, where she will be repaired instead of at Puget sound, as at first intended. Guorday, who sought to force him self into prison, is so ill at a hotel in Chicago that it is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

NEWSOFNORTHWEST WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA AND OBEGON 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* Most of the schools open Monday, September 3. The Lincoln County Medical asso ciation has been formed. The Sprague roller mill has com menced operations again after a brief shutdown. A. J. James, aged 75 years, one of the early settlers of Columbia county, is dead. Despondency drove W. A. Nicols, a Palouse pioneer, to suicide. He used a revolver. Roy Miller, formerly of Palouse, was killed in Everett recently by fall ing from a telegraph pole. Chinamen of Walla Walla are rais ing a fund among their countrymen to assist in the building of the Y. M. C. A. building. Owing to a landslide on the Oregon Railway & Navigation track between Alto and Bowles, traffic was delayed last week. The seventeenth annual meeting of the Washington State Medical asso c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

Valley Barn and Dray Line C. E. TRIPP & SONS, Proprietors LIVERY IGOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES We do our own work and guarantee prompt service and fair treatment. Phone 143. ' Schrader & Callahan Contractors & Builders LET US FIGURE WITH YOU FIRST-CI.ABS WORKMANSHIP PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS GUARANTEED ON AI PLICATION KENNEWICK HARNESS SHOP HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK Horse Furnishing Goods, Whips, Oils We are prepared for the Fall and Harvest Trade with a complete stock of all kinds of Harness and can supply your needs in our line at as reasonable prices as can be had on Saddlery and Harness at the ruling tnaiket price. J. G. JONES, Proprietor New Blacksmith Shop E. R. CARNAHAN, Prop. If you have something hard ; to fix, don't throw it away. Bring it to me; I'll fix it. Bring in your old broken castings in pay for work. i OLD CUSTOMERS WELCOMED j BlaeKsmitt? Styop French is Mill at the old stand prepared to shoe any horse a-goin'. General ar)d U/orK. U/oodu/orK ir&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

professional cards j yy. CALLICOTTE, Attorn ey A.t- La w Twenty Years Practice. Roohi 3 iTaylor blk, Proper, Wash. T~&1 GIEZENTANNER |J. S. Commissioner PASCO, WASH. ill fiAiid Matters Receive prompt Attention w. F' LAMSON. ao.a OflhiM in P»lli#t*r Building Phone 124 KENNEWICK. WASH/. T C- STASER Attorney at Law Reft) E»tftte Notary Public Kennewick, Wash. Office with Hanson 4 Rich tlfht »iri Probate J u4ge of A dams Ciouiity Wash. *i" J. w. HEWETSON Physician and Surgeon. Geueral Practice, Special attention giyoji to all diseases tod operation* in the eye, ear, nose and throat. Glawes fiftwately fitted. Office nvtif t.'ojumbi# Pharmacy. KtfMiewick, Washington. JW—■»' «■ m■■ ■ i ■ C. o. ANDERSON. !' , Attorney at Law. ' fißMcuting Attorney, Betitou County Kennewick. Washington. C,F. BBEITHAUPT. Notary Public Rati Estate, Insurance Ketiucwick, Washington. BERTHA S. TRIPP Trained Nurse M.vfi.&NiTY wort Calk rntiy be left nt tlje v Courier Office Keuuew'ck, Wash. F.M.CROSBY, M....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

Report of the Benton County Board ©f Equalization The Board of County Commission ers met at the office of the County Auditor at Pressor, Washington, :il JO o'clock a. m. August 6, ISOG. all members present. After taking tne path of office required by statute, they proceeded to organize as a Board of Equalization of Taxes. 1 Carl A. Jensen was elected Chairman. Assessor Harry Van Horn appeared before the Board of Equalization ar.d delivered the Assessment Rods show ing the assessment of platted prop erty in Benton County, but advised ithe Board that the land books were not yet ready for delivery. He ex plained that the entries of descrip tions and valuations had all been made but the footings and re-capitu lations of the two books were not complete. He requested that he be granted sufficient time to complete the rolls before making delivery thereof, in the meantime the Board of Equalization to have access to those books for the"purpose of de termining whether or not applications for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

jjE LOCAL FIELD Prom Saturday's Dally \V»»b Hettinger is through harvest- M. Tbe "Richland Flyer" now lands at Steamer Todd landing instead ol Pierce landing as formerly. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kergan, of Spo il nei stopped oft' here today, on t heir •to the Coast, to look after some property he own a at Fin ley. W M. Zyph has leased the Merchant r»fefrom J. M. Hawkins and begins iirvlog meals today. He also has charge of the fine lodging rooms over (be Merchant. '£ D. Taylor, w ' lo own 9!V fi ,,e 'Ti nted tract near the bridge, has pur sued a half interest in the Rainier jjur. The new firm, Galloway & T»ylor, are doing business, the change being made yesterday. Tbe Pasco Water Co. has begun the jork of putting in the water system it that place by starting the surveys. The company expects to let the con tract for the construction of ttie system Diooii as the surveys are completed. j p.Kogarty, thepostoffice inspector v howas lieie yesterday to inspect the proposed rural route down ...

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