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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 September 1906

NEWS OF THE WOBLO SHORT TELIGKAFH lItKS FROM ALL PASTS Of THE GUIBL A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. A handcar loaded with section men of the Wheeling & Lake Erie railroad ran off an open draw on the Maumee river recently and all of the men on the car were drowned. The number of men oa the car is said to have been twelve. The steamer Oregon recently hit the rocks on the beach of Hlnchin torook island at the entrance to Prince William sound and the bottom of the steamer was torn off. The wreck is complete. The Kaslo, B. C., fruit fair opened Saturday. There was a good attend ance from Nelson, Ainsworth, Sandon and other nearby points. The exhib its are extremely creditable, especial ly in apples. For three days slight earthquake shocks were felt at Pelarmo and in several other ports of Sicily. President Roosevelt has approved a change in the plans for the construc tion of the P...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 September 1906

FOR PEACE IN CUBA STRONG EFFORTS ARE BEING HADE BY &OVERNMINF. Trying to Avoid American Interven tion Either to Restore Peace or In sure Permanent Calmness—Fol lowing Advice Contained in Presi dent Roosevelt's Letter Havana, Sept. 17. —The government Is making final strenuous efforts to restore peace in Cuba and thus avoid any kind of American intervention. The object of these endeavors, it is said, is that it may be able to say by the time Secretary of War Taft and Mr. Bacon arrive that peace has been already restored; therefore there is no need for American intervention either to restore peace or insure permanent tranquility. Members of the govern ment informed the Associated Press that they are making efforts in accord ance with the advice contained in Pres ident Roosevelt's letter; that they have no objection to the friendly assistance of the United States, but that they be lieve they can settle between the gov ernment and revolutionists without in terference. At least, they...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 September 1906

"" nii I Two Best Buys in Washington i —. | No. 1. FORTY ACRES one mile from Finley, $3,000 school, one- J > half mile from Columbia river. Good, heavy strawberry soil, 1 suitable for any fruits, vege- j tables, grasses, etc. Fine loca- i J tion. Price $125 per acre on easy terms, including perpetu.il \ water right under the Northern < 1 I Pacific canal. 1 No. 2. ; FORTY ACHES close to Fin- 1 ley, new $H,OOO scheol, fine soil for all purposes, partly seeded to alfalfa. Price $150 per acre on easy terms, including a per petual water right under the Northern Pacific canal. Hanson-Rich Investment Co. ( Incorporated for $10,000, fully paid ) The Kenrsewick Abstract Home s~y Company COfTlpaiiy Abstracts FAY F - DEAN, Manager furnished *~~~ promptly at Owners of Abstracts of Title reasonable prices. to Benton County Property We solicit your pa ' r " nag '-'- KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON. [kennewick harness shop HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK Horse Furnishing Goods, Whips, Oils We are prep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 September 1906

THE local field Friday, Sept. 21, 1906. Prom Saturday's Daily \ Koli) is moving into the old drug gtor e building. ■j q Anderson was at Prosser at t Ue opening of Court. \ F. Brown lias h permanent posi tion i» Taeouia with theTucoma Fuel Co. pr. F- M. Crosby is moving into the fine new house of Frank Fmigh's to day- The trenches for the water mains are being dug in the down town dis trict today. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Ward ar- living at W. 0. King's until tin ir n« ,v house js completed. Mrs. Ghirley and child, of Portland, are here on a month's visit to her par ents Mr. ana Mrs. John iStuible. J. F. Perry will open a real estate ortlce next week in the rooms formerly occupied by the Star restaurant in the Kakin building. R B. Walker, Otto Hansen, O. L. h Hmiihoii, H. E. Baldwin and J. N. % Sc«>tt went to Prosser on the early morning train to attend the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hadley, of Ilar riiitftuH, have been here visiting their daughter, Mrs. E. M. Kilt. They were i rerv favor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 September 1906

for The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKB XXlX.—(Continued.) "Well," said John Rex, "we are in pri vate. What have you to say?" "I want to tell you that I forbid you to carry out the plan you have for break ing up Sir Richard's property." "Forbid me?" cried Rex, much re lieved. "Why, I only want to do what my futher's will enables me to do." "Your father's will enables you to do nothing of the sort, and you know it." She spoke, as though rehearsing a series of set speeches, and Sarah watched her with growing alarm. "Oh, nonsense!" cries John Rex, in ehrer amazement. "I have a lawyer's opinion on it." "Do you remember what took place at Hempstead this day nineteen years?" "At Hempstead?" said Rex, growing suddenly pale. "This day nineteen years ngo? No! What do you mean?" "Do you not remember?" she contin ued, leaning forward eagerly, and speaking almost fiercely. "Do you not remember the reason why you left the house where yon were born, anil which you wish now to sell to st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 September 1906

Prove It the Oven Fire V I Put lhe wonderful KC Bak in 8 Powder to the test. Get a nk can on approval. Your money H m llHrrl I! Wlll be , returned if you don't & m f fVUf i re oi t K a Vi- V u e laim is tru e. m LoUNcs> o . ,T°. u 11 be delighted with the de- TO ■ ous ' wholesome things that Bu m If r baking ff ■ U POWDER B m Slnli PHPI ww it? life in your oven. « ' J , Baking Powder is two- Mi B 6C j thirds cheaper and makes purer. ■ better, more healthful food than other powders anywhere near K C Quality. 25 ounces for 25 cents. Qet it to-day I JAQUES MFG. CO. Chicago SAYS LAW IS VALID. Attorneys for the City of Chicago Are Jubilant Over Decision. Judge Thomas G. Winder in the cir cuit court decided in favor of the city of Chicago in the injunction .suit based on the Mueller law, which provides for the issuance of $75,000,000 worth of railway certificates by the city. The law was declared constitutional by the court, who also held that subsequent ordinances regarding the pu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 September 1906

j ' !rßr: ! rn'"»«wi^ I The Boston Store's NEW FALL WAISTS | We can honestly claim these beautiful waists to be §f| of better materihl und of finer and neater construction I! than auy others in the city. We catch ourselves show- 1 ing them to nearly every lady who enters the store. fj Some are Brilliantine, practical!}' no wear-out to 1 them. There are some fancy ones of India Linen with § I embroidered fronts—honestly, the swellest effect i>m- f aginable. Then come the Silk Waists in many solid 1 colors, some with stitched yokes, some with tucked § g bosoms, in an entirely new effect. I We wish also to mention our* newest {serviceable | 1 line of Waists—the Scotch Plaids—all wool and just the 1 p thing for home and school g Every wee<k shows added improvements in stock 1 g and display. Watch our ads closely. Every week tells 1 1 you something about styles and fabrics that vou need | m to know. p I R. H. ANDERSON | ( THE BOSTON STORE | □i g I BUSINESS CHANCES | f in and around...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 September 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER /. NO. 23 I 'rain bags fS WILL GET BUSY )RE MACHINERY fj^INSTALLED: F , .. -^nittee La member of the comu.. u f platform at the recent repu'; Reconvention, J. H Pedi ;t' jtyilla Walla, secured the ado; following Mfbere are several hundred confined in the state pe. it Walla Walla -who a!" provided employment becam efficiency of machinery. as there is no jute ba * pgftrtnred in the United Stat ' ,&ii penitentiaries, we recos' pad inch legislation as will p ' jfc for the installation of -> pper machinery to enable the c jgi at the state ddfictnre grain bags in suffic ontitie* to regulate the pric tahington farmers. ... • „the If the legislature carries out for which the state coo \ ■declared, the output can b 1 ® 111 " mud to 4,000,000 bsgs a this will go a long way tc ■cl rj«f the demand of pnrvn. U these bags are iT*, . ■ . . 'ldred itht market at $5 or $6 a hu^^ U effect will be a material r . tapir c mil the price of Calcutta ' ick were this year so t|i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 September 1906

WANT U.S.FIGHTERS AIL CUSSES IN CUBA WiNT AN ARMED INTERVENTION American Mediators Under Leadership of Taft Expect Peace Shortly — Business Men Lack Confidence in Ability of Cubans to Govern—Secy. Taft Favors Giving Another Chance. Havana, Sept. 24. —All classes are now waiting for the conditions under which tranquility will likely be restor ed in Cuba, and keen disappointment is expressed on every side because of the likelihood of peace being brought about without armed American inter vention. That the differences of the opposing factions could be reconciled was not generally believed to be pos sible until today, when it was an nounced that the liberals and the in surgents had empowered a committee to represent them before the Amer ican mediators. It is evident that the business inter ests of the island have no confidence in the ability of the Cubans to rule themselves and now, when it appears to be too late, they are openly favor ing forcible intervention and possibly annexation. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 September 1906

NEWSOFNORTHWEST fASDINGTON, 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 p )ace Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON ITEMS. A plan is on to merge commercial clubs of Walla Walla. Need of more houses is a crying one in the city of Wenatcbee. Hereafter no more girls will be em ployed in the postoffice at Tacoma. Another attempt to burn Waterville has been discovered by Night Watch Hall. The big roller skating rink at Nata torium park was burned to the ground recently. The school house in district No. 35, Snohomish county, was burned a few nights ago. Seattle Odd Fellows may, before long, have a capacious and handsome lodge building for their own use. It is said freight trains will be mov ing over the Spokane International railway by the first of November. Judge Huneke of Spokane has set October 8 as the date of trial of Sid ney Sloane for the murder of his fa ther. A logging...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 September 1906

: Some Patrons Need Cash j I Now is the I time to buy 1 FORTY ACRES of best soil, location, etc. Very earliest. $55 per acre without water. The best buy in Washington. Hanson-Rich ! investment Co. 1 ( Incorporated for $10,000, fully paid ) I The ISf Kennewick Abstract Home r* Company Company Abstracts FAY F - DEAN, Manager furnished ______________________________________ promptly at Owners of Abstracts of Title reasonable prices. to Benton County Property We solicit your ___ patronage. | KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON. KENNEWICK HARNESS SHOP HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK Horse Furnishing Goods, Whips, Oils We are prepared for the Fall arid Harvest Trade with a complete stock of all kinds of Harness and can supply your needs ir our line at as reasonable prices as can be had on Saddlery and Harness at the ruling market prioe. J. G. JONES, Proprietor | Kennewick Transfer Co. f S Livery and Feed Stable f Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. w M Prompt and Satisfactory Service. 5 In The Big R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 September 1906

HE LOCAL FIELD i--Friday, Sept. 28, 1906. From Saturday's Daily H A. Hover is at Prosaer today on ju»ines». q A Lundy is building a warehoust l 0 receive grain at Erie. O u v;trait£bfc is again in town tak ,,g orders for nursery stock. WjtK TBD —Girl for icenerul liaise (rork i« llw " r K - Uel ry ' I,asC °- LOST— A bunch of keys near Antlers Hotel- Fiuderple.se return to A lit fc^Hotel. JrY\v. Sherman has returned from ■ ytle tnii is at his old place in ■ B b.fer'« Barbershop. ■ 8 ,, d Mr". McMasters, ofSpokane arrived here to make their home Section 3. r » j j. Rudkin and O A. Fechterwere dflwnfrom North Yakima yesterday 0 n land and loan bu-iness. \jr». Thos. Ph Ulster returned lah #j<b tfrom her visit in Seattle where ,beliwl*e n since July sth. jj r , H n« Mrs. McClemens who have Igen visiting at the home of Wm. Mar « returned to their home in San Die- Friday evening. Piwtmaster J. N. Seott returned yes terday evening from a couple days' visit a his home in North Yakima »l h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 September 1906

Improving Live Stock. The best families of horses, whether thoroughbred runners or trotters, were produced from a few selected ancestors, Inbreeding being largely practiced. Breeding close to the Messenger blood, through Hainbletonian, has certainly Increased the speed of our trotters, and, admitting that the instinct of trotting has been more firmly impressed, yet there is a much larger proportion of failures, compared with the success at tained, if the fact Is considered that the number of the whole is many times greater than that of half a centum ago. The form of the trotter, as well as that of the thoroughbred, shows plainly the work of inbreeding, for while the spirit and will force have been increased. It lias required an oc casional infusion of new blood (not however, altogether foreign) to retain the stamina so essential to roadsters. The thoroughbred runner of to-day is largely indebted to Diomed, Sir Archy, Gleucoe and Lexington for improve ment In endurance and speed. The...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 September 1906

Tprruna praised. MRS. ESTHER M. MILNER. Box 321. Ohia, Dr. R. B. ETartman, Columbus, Ohio. Dear Sir: — I was a terrible sufferer from pelvic weakness anil baa headache continuously. I was not able to da my housework ior myeelf and husband. I wrote you and described my condi tion as Dearly aa possible. You recom mended Peruna. I took four bottles of it and was completely cured. I think Peruna a wonderful medicine and have recommended it to my friends with the very beet of results. Esther M. Milner. Very few of the great multitude of women who have been relieved of some pelvic disease or weakness by Peruna ever consent to give a testimonial to be read by the public. Tbere are, however, a few courage oat, self sacrificing women who will for the sake of tbeir suffering sisters allow their cures to be published. Mrs. Milner is one of these. In ber fratitndf for b*»r restoration to health she is willing that the women of the A 6RATEFUL LETTER TO DR. HARTMAN whole world should know it. A c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 September 1906

Satisfactory Fall Goods Fall and Winter Novelties We haven't the room to show all our Fall Styles. Just ask for them. One of. Kennewiek's most promi nent ladies came in here the other day and found a little novelty she had in vain hunted for elsewhere. 0«r goods satisfy. They are carefully selected, and if you buy here you are assured the latest styles and best values. We Make the Price Right LADIES' SILK PETTICOATS—The largest as sortment of styles and largest color range we have ever handled. FALL UNDERWEAR for everybody. Full line of best makes All weights, colors and sizes in wool, cotton and fleece-lined garments. We sold six of our fancy dress skirts bt fore putting on the price tags. Draw your own conclusions. R. H. ANDERSON THE BOSTON STORE BUSINESS CHANCES f in and around Kennewick I ■ ■ ■ ass —• § 1 Genera l . Merchandise Store, doing $75,000 business i < Free Hotel Site. 1 Livery Stable. , ' , | Hotel doing a good business. , A bargain in 10 or 20 acres Irrigated, near...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 October 1906

VOL. V. NO. 24 0. J. BEACH DIES SUDDENLY PROIIS ENT CITIZEN AND PIONEER OF KENNEWICK PASSES AWAY THIS MORNING. C. J- Beach died of paralvsis, r Monday tnoining at 9 o'clock at h s tome. His death was very sudden &D d unexpected as he had been in jjj g aSV aI health and had made no special complaint of pain or ailing (Otil g few minutes before his destb. He ate breakfast at the fcMne of his son Hat ry Beach aud cioe down town to lo >k after the construction work on Ihe new ce dent building he was having built. He only remained a few minutes ' and then returned to his home aud laid down. A few minutes after ward be tol i them to call his sou whoww working about a block 4 »ay and he came quickly ano found his father in very critical ond tion. He at once phoned for Dr. ClO by and hurried across the street to his own home to summon bit wife. The Doctor aud Mr. »dMrs.Harry Beach arrived at the Mae time but within five minutts after tbeir return death ensued. His death at this time ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 October 1906

NEWS OFI HE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH HEMS FROM ALL PARIS Of THE GLtIBL A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Fire has destroyed the building of the Piitsburg Plate Glass company and damaged several other adjoining buildings at Cleveland, Ohio. Three firemen were hurt. Loss about $200,- 000. The drydock Dewey crew, the men who made the notable voyage, are at Victoria, B. C. Because his devoted affections for his wife would not permit him to leave her to go to the hospital for treat ment for fatal lung hemorrhage, Charles Brewer shot his sleeping wife and then killed himself at their home in Fresno, Cal. Vice President Chas. W. Fairbanks delivered an address at the laying of the cornerstone of the Y. M. C. A. building to be erected in Denver Sat urday. A report of the state department of labor just issued states that there are now upward of 8,000,000 wage work ers in labor unions, one fourt...

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

TAFT NO W GOVERNOR CUBANS ON BOTH SIDES ARE DISARMING—RETURN HOME. General Funston Says Affairs Will All Soon Be Smoothed Over—Secretary Taft Is in Full Control—Palma Is Cut — U. S. Marines and Soldiers Have Landed. Havana, Oct. 1. —The work of dis posing peacetuily of the revolutionary lorces in arms against the Cuban gov ernment is already practically under way. Brigadier General Frederick Fun ston, chairman of the disarmament commission, had two amicable confer ences Sunday with Generals Pino Guererra and Del Castillo and ar ranged a program perfectly satisfac tory to all concerned; In fact General Funston said this evening that the windup would be so smooth and rapid that it will take much less time than bad been anticipated. The first landing of any considerable force of Ame :ans took place Sun day night, 450 marines came ashore from the squadron in the har bor. This force proceeded for Cien fuesos this evening on a special train. It. was explained that movement was not made on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 October 1906

Our Line of Groceries S> Is well worth 3*oll r thoughtful attention. Our deliverj r service is prompt. Our aim is to please. If anything turns out wrong, kindly let us know. We will be pleased to make it right. BREAD, PIES, CAKES and COOKIES, home baked, fresh every du3 r . "The kind ) ? our mother used to make." HAWES & SCHOCH No other travel-book tells as much about the Great Northwest as "Wonderland 1906" Its chapters deal with Puget Sound, the Columbia River, the Queuiut Indians, the Bitterroot Range of Montana, the Yellowstone National Park. SEND IT TO YOUR EASTERN FRIENDS There's nothing better as a guide to the splendid conntrv between the Mississippi and the tide waters of the Pacific. Send six cents for a copy or >erd the six cents with the address of the friend to whom "Wonderland 1906" is to be mailed, to A. M. CLELAND, Gen. Pass'gr Agent St. Paui, Minn. Northern Pacific Railway Three Trains Daily in each direction between St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Superior...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 October 1906

THE local field Friday, Oct. 5, 1906. " From Saturday's Dally >(f9 Alice Bell, proprietor of the ptUre, at North Yakima. Christ Krause and daughter went gpoliiiiie to the Fair this morning. \VUITR LEGHORN Cockerels for . address Lock Box 111, Ken tie-' i»ie. wick et you have to register to vote if von " ve in tiie ennew ' ck precint '^ 9 ide the town limits. Wrn- Blattier has returned from a jbree mouth's vacation in the Coeur | at VVardnerandotherpoiuts. Mrs. C- W. Story and dangler Gene va have gone to the Spokane Fair and Mr Sv»ry kvi'l join them the first of tlie week. jj p. Hustings and wife, of Harring ton #re in town. Mr. Hastings was the purchaser of A. 11. Johnson's fine jo-acre tract. jj 0 Klitten retUined yesterday ftoiu # t»u>ine>s trip to Davenport, geardon and Spokane. Mr Garber w hobought his place will move here a month, but will be in Ken p'Vwick <>»» business next week. F. L. Pitman, Chief Engineer of the jf,, rth Uoast railway, says in a letter just...

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