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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

for The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUB CLARKE CHAPTER XXV.—(Continued.) "Sell North End House!" cried poor Mr. Wade, in bewilderment. "Why. the carvings by Grinling Gibbons are the finest in the world." "I can't help that." laughed Mr. Richard. "I want cash, and cash I must have." "Then what do you propose doing, sir?" "To buy my mother's life interest as provided, realize upon the property, and travel," said Mr. Richard. "You amaze me, Richard. You con found me. Of course you can do as you please. But so sudden a determination. The old house—scattered—vases —coins —pictures—l—really— Well, it is your property, of course—and—and —and I wish you a very good morning!" A knock at the door made Richard start. "Come in! What's that? Let ters? Give them to me. He began to open his correspondence before his ser vant. "When did this come?" asked Mr. Richard, holding out a letter more than usually disfigured with stampings. "Lars night, sir. It's bin to 'Amstead, 6ir, and come down direc...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

~~ THE OLD HAND ORVJAN. _ M band organ in the street not the sandy gold and gilt J?ones have —but. oh. the swwt tones it pl«.vs with limping lilt! Jl Hivrp That Once Through Tam'i «Jim Crowe" and "Annie Laurie," WO-~ , , .. And. Answering its bugle calls, Tb« ol d times nse me ai you " You'll Rememl>er Me," it plays— And our memories go back Throat <l»'ad years' mellow hate, frequent pause along the track. And then ws see the grass-grown streets, The orchards gleaming in the sun. trbetv crooning bees seek out the sweets Ami shadows o'er the grasses ruu. fj/KC the flash of merry eyes; yft see the glenin of old-time smiles; ere the old-time music dies. We live again the old-time whiles. ft walk the pathway in the lane. And day-dream as we used to then, jot on the rippling old refrain Xbe old times come to life again. flty! Old hand organ in the street! Pity every song we used to sing, And let our hearts in cadence beat With each glad memory they bring. pity. > n y° ur h a 't'...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 August 1906

KENNEWICK. MARKET 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 fiesh Name kind of fruit you want. Order a pound of Chase & Sanborn's Coffee. It's the highest to be had in Kennewick, and costs no moie than poorer brands. Then tell us to give you a loaf of fresh hoine-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^^^^H FRUIT LANDS Yet peered ior sal* are now open for settlement near ATTAUA, a new junction of three railroads, namely:. Tho Washington ft Columbia River, tlio Northern Pacific and Orcsron. Railway & Navismtion Company. These lands are In the Columbia...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 September 1906

VOL. V. NO. 20 This is the first of the concrete stone buildings, of which there are seven now in course of construction, frisbuilding is located at the head o f the principal business street of the town and presents a commanding ippearance. J J. Reed is the builder and owner and the c ist will be between $5,000 and $6,000. First Republican County Convention Theleptiblicansof Benton county will convene 1 eie next Monday, Stp'ember io:h. *t 10 o'clo .k a m. iniliefnst delegate convention < f tbepMr y iii Benton c u ty. The business ot" the c invention is to plice in 110111 no lion candidates Jorstate rep'esentative and all ihe offices, to select d legates jpf/thert-piiblican s ate convention FatSe.it'le, September xgt ), name a county central c mnntiee and tran sact such other business as may prope.lv come before it. Duiing the past week or ten dais a promising lot of capable can didates have entered the lace and thecouveinion will name a ticket composed of nun qualified in every ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 September 1906

NEWS OF IM WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH I FEUS FROM ALL PAKfS Of THE (iUißt. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres Ouring the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. A committee of the Seattle retail grocers, wlio have been appointed to attend the state convention at Spo kane this year, will try to secure the next convention, that of 1907, for their city. Lauritz Bakken, a shoemaker, about 65 years of age, was the victim of the first fatal automobile accident in Se attle. Shortly after noon Sunday, be coming confused at the corner of Pine and First avenue, he stepped directly in front of a touring car driven by its owner. John Megrath. "Queen Edna the First, Empress of All the Inland Empire," is the title officially bestowed upon Miss Edna Lavell, formerly of Butte, who will be queen of the carnival arranged by the 150.000 club for the opening night of the Interstate fair at Spokane. Five more Japanese have been ar rested at St. George island...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 September 1906

SIHPLIFIEDSPELLINB pgESIDENT 100SEVELT LEAVES IT 10 POPULAR APPROVAL, The simplified Spelling Advocated by the Board and Put in Official Docu ments Is U P for Argument—He Says Drop if not p °P u,ar — His Letter to Public is Printed. Oyster Bay, N. Y.. Sept. 4.—ln a let ter to Charles A. Stillings, public prin at Washington, made public re cently President Roosevelt wrote that if the changes in spelling advocated by the simplified spelling board and p U t into use in official documents ujgets with popular approval they will be made permanent. If not, he wrote, they will Ik dropped The president's letter follows: "Hon. Charles A. Stillings, public printer, Washington. D. C—My Dear Mr Stilling 3: 1 enclose herewith cop ies of certain circulars of the simpli fied spelling board, which can be ob tained free from the board at No. 1 Madison avenue, New York city, please hereafter direct that in all gov j ernment publications of the executive departments the above 300 words enu merated in c...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 September 1906

*<"" I NORTH YAKIMA _ _ SEPTEMBER 17-22 «.a. miurn | $50,000.00 in Purses and Prizes. A Track Full of Fast Ones. gec'y List | A Midway Full of Wonders. Gold Medal Apple Contest. i - Stock-Judging Contest for Washington Boys. ======== _______'i The Hls Kennewick Abstract Home /T Company COWlpailJ' FAY F. DEAN, Manager furnished promptly at Owners of Abstracts of Title re pHces b,e to Benton County Property We solicit your patronage. KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON :ennewick 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 ft your needs in our line at as reasonable prices as can be had on Saddlery pnd Harness at the ruling market price. J. G. JONES, Proprietor „^j| I Two Best Buys ) In Washington | FORTY ACRES one mile 5 from Finley, $3,000 school, one- 4 gf half mile fivoin Cohtmbiu river. « Good, heavy strawberry soil, if ■ suitable for any fruit...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 September 1906

THE local field Friday* Sept. 7, 1906 prom Saturday's Daily lust in. New alfalfa seed. Colum bia Commission Co. Excavating for the basement of the „ e w bank building commenced ihiv giorninif. M« H. E. Baldwin and children re turned today from a summer's sojourn B tCentralia, Wash. Miss Emma Pierce and Miss Myrtle oiamiinrer, of Dayton, are in the city risitlug Miss Electa Fargo. •' Attorney Sutherland of Clarinda, jo*». town '°°king around today p apart of six weeks' tour of the state. ffhe ice cream sooial at the Congre gational chuich last night was lurgely jtt»inle<i and all present had a jolly lime g W. Kilt, the new proprietor of lb* Valley Barn and I)ray Line, arriv ed t«du.v «nd took charge of the husi- U n«. His family accompanied him. Sam U. Ward leaves tonight for the gound. On the evening of Sept. sth, HtJeattle, he will be married to Miss IfcrieSelimaulhausen. They will make i|»ir Inane at Kennewick, where u Soeresidence is now being built. G. E. Hanson has been ship...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 September 1906

for The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XXVII. On or about the Bth of December, Mrs. Frere noticed a sudden and unac countable change in the manner of the chaplain. He came to her one after noon. and, after talking for some time. In a vague and unconnected manner, about the miseries of the prison, and the wretched condition of some of the pris oners. began to question her abruptly concerning Itufus Dawes. "I do not wish to think of him," said ■he. with a shudder. "I have the stran gest, the most horrible dreams about him. He is a bad man. He tried to murder me when a child, and had it not been for my husband, he would have done so. I. have only seen him once since then—at Hobart Town, when he was taken." "He sometimes speaks to me of you." eaid North, eying her. "He asked me once to give him a rose plucked iu your garden." Sylvia turned pale. "And you gave It him?" "Yes, I gave it him. Why not? You are not angry?" "Oh, 110! Why should I be angry?' ehe laughed const...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 September 1906

Editor Rosewater Dead. Fdward Rosewater, proprietor and 7* the Omaha Bee. and promi tlv identified with the political, fi v Den ial and business affairs of Omaha na "° the state of Nebraska for 40 811 « was found dead in district court y6a No 6 the third floor of the jTbuilding He had evidently died of heart failure. T he first play bill was issued from Lane theater, London, on April S. 1663. WORN TO A SKELETON. A wonderful Restoration Caused a Sensatiion in a Pennsylvania Town. Mrs. Charles M. Preston of Elkland, iM p a ga ys: "Three years ago I found . my housework was becoming a burden. I tired easi ly, had no ambition and was fading fast. My complexion got yellow, and I lost over 50 pounds. My ■ thirst was terrible, and there was sugar in the kidney secre l tions. My doctor kept ffl e on a strict diet, but as his medi ae was not helping me I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. They helped me at once, and soon all traces of sugar disappeared. I have regained my former weight and am ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 September 1906

KEWEWICK MARKET ? FR BLKS DON'T COOK MUCH KEEP COOL OO O O Let lis help you out 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 fesh Name kind of fruit you want. Order a pound of Chase & Sanborn's Coffee. It's the highest riade to he had in Keunewick, and costs no moie than poorer brands. Then tell us to give you a loaf of iresh home-made bread and a dozen of our freshly-baked cookies, letter than "mother used to make." Order now before you forget it. HA WES & SCHOCH C ii 1 *' ■ n gii i n—■■■ mi i ■■■■!! w THE MOST VALUABLE IR RIG AT E D FRUIT LANDS Yet o£Tered for sale are uov/ cpoc. for settlement nesr ATTALI&, a new town located a,t tlie junction of three railroads, namoiy:. Tho Wasliinifton & Columbia River, tho Northern p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 September 1906

VOh- V. NO. 21 JM)RRIK LE HAPPENINGS in house heaven. i t last Horse Heaven has come into r()V n—she has bad :i dust explosion d will henceforth rank with tlie liest as a wheat producing region. * matter how much wheat n given locality may produce its "rep." la not fallv established until an explosion of BUt f, as disarranged the "innards" 'fgome thresh inn machine working Jrtreaud set fire to the outfit. E. A. gweeiiey. who is working 10 miles -outh of town with his threshing -e#, hassupp'ied Hi' 1 long-felt want. Tlie explosion took place last Friday forenoon and for a short time "every body worked but father" and Sweeney | „j- s father would have worked too < jjad he been present. Immediately following the explosion flames broke rttaiid Hurry Long was instantly and minaniiuously chosen captain of an iu proinptu bucket brigade, it being im possible to lav a line of hose as the vater tank had already departed for the river. Cap- Long dived into the bowels of the«eprat«r with a w...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 September 1906

NEWS OF IHt WOULD SHORT TELIGBAfH litHS FfiOM ALL PARIS Or THE GLIiBL A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. King Edward has completed the cure and is back in London. The August statement of the Lon don board oi trade shows an increase of $10,158,000 in imports and $17,874,- OUO in exports. A figi4 for an eight-ly>ur day which will aiiect more than 200,000 workers in the various metal industries is to be launched on Chicago next May. Vice President Fairbanks is at Con cord, N. H., where he delivered an ad dress at the New Hampshire state fair Wednesday. The David Bradley Manufacturing company of Kankakee, 111., has gone into voluntary liquidation. Assets, $1,962,883; liabilities, $790,331. The object of the liquidation is to reorgan ize the business. Seven earthquake shocks were felt recently at Talca, Chile, 140 miles southwest of Santiago. Rain in the northern counties of Kansas ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 September 1906

PSOF NORTHWEST (ASBINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take place—Fall Trade Is Good. OREGON NOTES. The Van Houten & Messenger plan ing mill at Union burned to the ground recently. Loss on mill, $2000; on lum ber, $1000; insurance, $1000. The cause of the fire is unknown, but is supposed to have caught from the en gine. In accordance with the agreement signed by the Indians last spring, Ma jor Edwards of the Umatilla reserva tion has received from the department a t Washington the rules governing the taking stock across the reservation under the payment of the special tax. WASHINGTON ITEMS. The Photographers' association of the Pacific northwest elected W. G. Emery president. The Masonic fraternity will lay the cornerstone of the new Y. M. C. A. building at Spokane. Considerable grain has been de stroyed in the vicinity of Palouse in the past few days b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 September 1906

r NORTH YAKIMA _ SEPTEMBER 17=22 aA. inium $50,000.00 In Purses and Prizes. A Track Full of Fast Ones. sec'y List A Midway Full of Wonders. Gold Medal Apple Contest. = Stock-Judging Contest for Washington Boys.— The | Til? Kennewick Abstract | Home [ r* Company j Compafiy I FAY F. DEAN, Manager j j furnished 3 promptly at Owners of Abstracts of Title reasonable prices. to Benton County Property \Ve solicit your [ — patronage. [ KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON Skennewick harness SHOP | I HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK | I Hors Fur ishi g Goods, Whips, Oils jj 3 We are prepared for the Fall and Harvest Trade with a m | complete stock of all kinds of Harness and can supply jjjl | your needs ir our line at as reasonable prices as can be [| e had on Saddlery und Harness at the ruling maiket price. $ J. G. JONES, Proprietor j I Two Best Buys 1 in Washington I N °. 1. 1 FORTY ACRES one mile S ' from Finley,s3,ooo school, one i half mile from Columbia river. . Good, heavy strawberry soil, [ suitable...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 September 1906

'pgE LOCAL FIELD Friday, Sept. 14, 1906 From Saturday's Daily Mrs. Stiegler is quite sick. Of course you have registered. \ Kolb went to North Yakima today on business. Miss Edna Pallister came back Thurs day evening from her vacation and visit at Seattle. Y V. Alburty, manager of the St. Paul yard at Mabton, came down yes terday for a short stay. > Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Rich returned this morning from a two-weeks' vaca tion in and around Spokane. C. 0. Anderson is in Prosser today attending to some probate matters be fore Court Commissioner McGregor. r F. Richardson and family have joined the numbers of hop pickers at \orth Yakima. They will be absent about a month. p r . W. I'*- I.arason and daughter re turned today from their vacation which for the raost part was spent in camping io Paradise Valley. Miss Amy Pbillipi of Walla Walla visited Miss Mildred Grift'eth today. I she is on her way to Hover where she will teach school the coming year. Announcement cards of the marriage of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 September 1906

For The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CLARICE CHAPTER XXVIII. Rufus Dawes sat in a new cell. On the third day North came. His manner was constrained and abrupt. His eyes wandered uneasily, and he seemed bur dened with thoughts which he dared not utter. "I want you to thank her for me, MV. North," said Dawes. "Thank whom?" "Mrs. Frere." The unhappy priest shuddered at hear ing the name. "I do not think you owe any thanks to her. Your irons were removed by the commandant's order." "But by her persuasion. I feel sure of it. Ah, I was wrong to think she had forgotten me. Ask her for her forgive ness." "Forgiveness!" said North, recalling the scene in the prison. "What have you done to need her forgiveness?" "I doubted her," said Rufus Dawes. "I thought her ungrateful and treach erous. I thought she delivered me again Into the bondage from whence I had escaped. I thought she had betrayed me—betrayed me to the villain whose base life I saved for her sweet sake." "What do you mean?" a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 September 1906

'HAY fever S . viK g used Pcrunafor catarrh ana i-jcr I C(in recommend it to all who * .ftring with, the above diseases. / *" to be o-ble to say it has helped tm Wtt* , „ ~ .vonderfuliy. ** —May me E. Smith. I«»ffr >TO ™ Vi! * OCOCQCtww *' *•- * i//ss ran* smith. 444 East Mound Street Columbus, Ohio HAY fKV'EK is endemic catarrh, [t ia caused by eome irritating eub lUDoe in the atmosphere during the lite rammer months. It is generally tbioebt that the pollen of certain weeds ind flowers is the canse of it. Cbaßge of locality eeems to the be glj rational cure. The use of Peruna, however, stimulates the nervous ays ton to resist the efft cts of the poison ooi emanations and sometimes carries the victim through the hay fever eea wd without an attack of the disease. A large number of people rely upon Perana for this purpose. Those who <ionot find it convenient to change their location to avoid Hay Fever would do well to give Peruna a trial. It has proven of priceless value to many...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 September 1906

«*• H".Fril'fT^..... nstr • iirwt . fg s| Men's New Fa!! S =r- • " :V f-1 r fg «: H It's-a treat to look at the new stvles, try on a roll- 2| fl brim or a Frencli curl. £ S ** These hats are the McKifcbin make. The Holloway % =¥ 1 P; is fair, the Stet?on is a little too so 1 i<l, but these new -fj |j McKibbin bats are THE thing to give one n dressy up- || pi pearance. Put that in your hat and mark it! | •|i A McKibbin hat on one and and spruce Mayer p B shoes on the other end will make any iel low look like f§ g he just came out of a Boston Store band box. U The very, very newest thing we have in th,e hat | P line is a hat-cap for* men and women, boys and £U"ls. j| N It's swell, all right, and cheap, too. Put away your r ? straw hat. Look in our front windows tur aosne hat h I styles that will do your soul good. , | R. H. ANDERSON | v THE BOSTON STORE Z li § Sii' iSrw: *& KSW4 *•?? I BUSINESS CHANCES | in and around Kennewick | General Merchandise Store, doing $75,00.0 busine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 September 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. V. NO. 22 GOVERNMENT WILL BUILD DAMB at once. The reclamation department has let the contract for the building of i two immense dam». One of them w ill raise the waters of Lake Cle Blum 13 feet above its present sur-1 fact- The other will dam the waters of Lake Kichelos from 10 to 12 feet higher than it is today. C. E. Lum has the contract to build these dam 9. It will cost ap proximately $40,000 to construct them. They will be built of log cribs filled with rocks, and while they are expected to answer the purpose for which they will be con-' itructed, as a matter of fact they ire only temporary fixtures, and (will later be supplanted with stone dams of a permanent nature. Iu the awarding of this contract by the reclamation department for th» construction of these dams, the government has taken its first steps in the actual commencement of its outlined work for the conserving ot the waters at the head of the Yaki ma river. Next year there will be enough wa...

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