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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 14 October 1904

THE LOCAL FIELD FROM MONDAY.S DAILY. M. K. Tripp who came here a few days ago from North Carolina, and has been located in theCardcn Tracts, has purchased ten acres m the upp,., end oft lie valley, ud;oining Martin's place J C. Hea< h has become convinoid of the fact tin' more te.sidem.vs are ;i necessity in Keunewick and has begun the erection of an elegant two storv building i» the east end of town. We understand it is already icnted. Farmer Todd was here Saturday f.»r the purpose of speaking for the Demo, c-rats hut as the Republicans had so cured the opera house lie was forced to put ofl' his meeting and it was decided to hold the meeii ng tomorrow evening. Mr. Todd isa well known speaker and will no doubt draw a large audience. We are sorry to learn that our stat ion agent; ('. A. Addison, has resigned and will leave for the east sometime the latter part of the we.'k. This has! been a very hard station to handle this season and Mr. Addison has worked faithfully and made a la...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 14 October 1904

HE WORLD'S HI NOTES CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happening® in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Harry Marks, chief owner of the Financial News of London, and a for mer New York newspaper man, has been elected to represent the Isle of Thanet In the house of commons, suc ceeding the late James Lowther. Robbers dynamited the bank at Freeland, Ind., and it is reported they secured $20,000. The safe was blown open and looted and the entire side of the bank was blown out. The noise aroused the people of the town, who hurriedly gathered at the wrecked building, but the robbers had fled. The man who is responsible for the plan of the Japanese campaign is Gen eral Kodaraa. Baron Kodama is like Lord Rouerts. He has the alert fig ure, the soldierly bearing and the keen face of the British general. The new training ship Intrepid was launched recently at the Mare island navy ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 14 October 1904

OUR MOST POPULAR LADY CONTEST GOLD WATCH FREE (3YCv)E HAVE DECIDED TO HAVE a LITTIjIS excitement this winter and to start the ball rolling we aregoingtoglveawa y aFineGold WatchtothemostPo P ularLa(l y- The Watch is on exhibition in B. G. Fuller's Window '' u ' an( l is to be given to the lady who receives the greatest number of votes. The contest will be open till six o'clock Christmas Eve. 1 here will be a Coupon published in each issue of the Daily and Weekly Courier upon which the votes are to be registered. For every Jive Cents paid into this office for any purpose you will be entitled to cast one vote for your favorite candidate. A year's subscrip tion to Weekly Courier wtll entitle you to thirty votes. One week's subscription to the Daily Courier will entitle you to one vote. A dol lar paid for advertising or job printing will entitle you to twenty votes. A list of the candidates with the number of votes registered for each will be published in each issue, both Daily and Week...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 14 October 1904

LOOKING BACKWARD. He never thinks a man is truly great.until he's dead. And then he wipes away a tear and quotes what he has said. He talks about the nations that long since have passed away. And mourns when he compares them with the nations of to-day. He talks about his boyhood sfal the fun that folks had then; He talks s-boiK the actors that we ne'er shall see again. He tows ttoat everything worth while long since has gone before. And life to him'la Just one grand, sweet funeral—nothing more. , ' —Washington Star. CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. OBEIiT MAIXX>I'M had never JcvC boen ca " e< ' " Hob " Bi, v on " until his recently acquired wife, with a coquettish pretense of shyuesa, had bo addressed him. He had known her but a short time when he won her. And now, at the ! end of six blissful months, he was sit ting in hla splendid library, perplexed j and miserable, and gloomily eyeing tbe embers of a grate Are and trying to persuade himself that tlio sbAdow which threatened to .wre...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 October 1904

e©LUMBIA COURIER. VOL.III. NO. 30. | SUNNYSIDE 1 o » §The largest irrigated district M in the beautiful and fertile S 8 YAKIMA VALLEY g y> The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for V. sale, lands suited to the production of high grade Ifl II crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all V S8 kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- Jj) I] tiful homes. Z Raw land $60 to $90 an acre if according to location. With water right. JL V TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in fivo y r / years at six per cent. These lands are « R II watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... S For particulars, inquire of, or write to A A WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAII, WASH. Robert Gerry, Leading denier in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock —Lowest prices. Front street, KENNEWICK. J. J. Reed & Co., <« Hardware :: >«* Furniture and Undertaking. We carry a full line of Headquart...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 October 1904

MEN'S™BOY'S SUITS We only carry Glen's and Boys' Goods and are better prepared to give you what you want when you want it than if we carried a little of everything, and therefore can give you better prices. Anything not satisfactory return it will make it right. . SCOTT & CO., Selz 5!? oes ft Difference There is a difference between our Shoe i Z O business and that of all other stores gener- S I many people hereabout appre date it. That's testified to by the large \JQ®I sa^es throughout the year. For instance, \vM®| one t^^erence ' s * n quality. No Shoe can / enter this stock unless it is honest, no mat / \otL ow c ' lea P ' s * Again, no Shoe here has f nS. a fancy price.no matter how I \ good it is. In short, high quality and low price always travel hand in hand in this Shoe section. \ e * z Royal ue s^oe Shoe for Men. Selz irou i Calf $3.00 Shoe for Men. Selz Top Notch $2.25 Shoe for Men. Union Seamless $3.00 Shoe for Men. Selz Miss Chicago $2.75 Shoe for Women. Godman $2.25...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 October 1904

MM BATHE (IlllliS RUSSIAN AND JAPANESE ARMIES SLAUGHTERED. ■Czar's Men Succeeded in getting Away, but Then Losses Amount to Over 30,000 Men—Bigger Battle Than Liaoyang—Both Armies Com pletely Exhausted. Mukden, Oct. 17. —The battle was re newed and continued throughout the aight. being especially heavy at mid night. The Russians retain their po sition along the Shakhe river, and have made frequent attacks upon the Japanese, capturing six of the latter's guns. The eastern army is helping the western forces. There has been heavy artillery firing tonight. The fighting is now centered on the plain. There was a lull in the battle Satur day, but fighting was continued Sun day on the right. The army was then southwest of here 10 miles. It is now certain that the army will be able to extricate itself. The losses amount to 30,000. It has been a bigger bat tle than Liaoyang. The Russians at tacked on the right yesterday. Slowly and painfully the entire Rus sian anny is retreating upon Mukden....

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 October 1904

C<)LUMBiA COCJRIER WILL J. SHAUGHNESSV RDITOR jPROPKILTCR TEHMS OF SCJHSCInri'ION' />■♦• in Advance - - 81.50 Kix M •! lbs .... .75 riirw Months .... .50 The govern in ?nt e mincers who f'avc Iveii here for the past two weeks l king soundings and mea surements in the river completed their labors yesterday and lcl't for t: new field of labor. The measure incuts taken in the livtr at this point brought out some very useful iinformation One of the principal points brought out is the fact that ihe river is navigable up to this point for llie largest war ships. An exchangetells of the three stingiest moil on record. The first, will lint drink water unless jt. conies from a neighbor's well; lln- second forbids his fnnily to write anything but a small hand as it wastes ink to make large loiters: the third s'ops the clock ut night to save wear and tear on machinery. All of them re fuse to take a newspaper on the ground that it is a terrible strain on their spectacles to read. Every li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 October 1904

THE local field ,„OM SATURDAY S DAILY. H. A. Bier, 1»11 for tlio west and W liiie *otie will lay in a supply of fur niture. While he is away he will see the fights and combine business with pleasure. Mr. Hostetter, of the Reed hardware ami W. Sweet went up to Horse Heaven on a wild goose hunt and re turned loaded down with them. On ly got thirteen, but then it wasn't a ver y good day. From a letter that was received from Daniel lJovd, of Post Falls Idaho, lie says he don't oare to sell his five acre tract as he has great faith in the conn try and nodoubt lie will make no mis take in holding on to a good thing where lieJiH«;it. \V E. Cruikshank the gentleman who lias been selected to take Mr. Addison's place as station agent ar rived today with a car loid of house hold effects. In a short time agent Addison will leave for vSpok ane where he has been offered a lucrative position as soon as he can report for duty. The ?lover club held a very en joyable social and dance on last evening ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 October 1904

fcg TOILERS Of the COLUMBIA & By Paul De Laney X > aLi nuftior of "Lord of the Desert," "Oreflon Sketches." i MM and other Pacific Coast Stories MRf CHAPTER lll—Continued. I eft master of the situation, old Sea dog pursued his investigations. The ehip had tilled with sand in the neigh borhood of the captain's quarters. It was this very point that attracted the ciafty fisherman's attention. Shovels were secured and the boys j weie ordered to delve their way into j the captain's room. It was easy to find I the door since the sand only extended about half way to the ceiling of the cabin. While the boys were shoveling back the dripping sand, old Seadog was al ternately on the lookout inside and out. He let nothing on the stranded vessel escape his observation and kept a con stant vigilance out over the bay to see that no one was approaching. "If I can make sure that they were aboard my future is no longer au un ceitainty," said the old man as he mused to himself. "It was impossib...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 October 1904

OUR MOST POPULAR LADY CONTEST GOLD WATCH FREE 6); C) E IIAVE DECIDED TO HAVE a LITTLE excitement this winter and to start the ball rolling we are S lve ,lwa y ft Fine Gold Watch to the most Popular Lady. Tlio Watch is on exhibition in B. G. Puller's Window f tl, and is to be given to the lady who receives the greatest number of votes. The contest will bo open till six o'clock Christmas Eve. 1 here will be a Coupon published in each issue of the Daily and Weekly Courier upon which the votes are to be registered. For every live Cents paid into this oflico lor any purpose you will be entitled to cast one vote for your favorite candidate. A year's subscrip tion to Weekly Courier wtll entitle you to thirty votes. One week's subscription to the Daily Courier will entitle you to one vote. A dol lar paid for advertising or job printing will entitle you to twenty votes. A list of the candidates with the number of votes registered for each will be published in each issue, both Daily and Weekl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 October 1904

Ayer's Do you like your thin, rouqh, short hair? Of course you don't. Do you like thick, heavy, smooth hair? Of course you do. Then why Hair Vigor not be pleased? Ayer's Hair | Vigor makes beautiful heads | of hair, that's the whole story. Sold for 60 years. •• I have lined Aver'* Ilalr Vigor for n long time. It Is. indeed. a wonderful hair tonic, restoring health to the hair and scalp, and, at the tainc time, proving a splendid dressing. ' l>ic. J. W. Tatlm, Madlll, Ind. T. >>1.00 a bottle. .t. c. AVEtt en., for . Weak Hair St. Louis Fair Pays Again. St. Louis.—The world's fair has made the seventh of the stipulated $500,000 payments on the government loan of $4,600,000, which was advanced by the federal authorities. The fair now owes $91,850 to the government. When St• Jacobs Oil The old monk cure, strong, straight, sure, tackles Hurts, Sprains, Bruises The muscles flex, the kinks untwist, the soreness dies out. Price 25c. and 50c. Mikado Thanks His Troops. London.—The co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 28 October 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL.III- NO. 31. SUNNYSIDE The largest irrigated district in the beautiful and fertile YAKIMA VALLEY The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for | sale, lands suited to the production of high grade crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, i grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all I kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- I tiful homes. ! Raw land $60 to $90 an acre I according to location. With water right, i TERMS: One-fifth down, balance in five 1 years at six per cent. These lands are | watered by the great Sunnyside canal. .. . j For particulars, inquire of, or write to | 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. J. J. Reed & Co., (« Hardware :: >, * Furniture and Undertaking. We carry a full line of Headquarters for Cook Stoves, Ammution Ranges and and Sporting He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 28 October 1904

MEN'S™ BOY'S SUITS <y-;; We only carry Men's and Hoys'' Goods and j»re better prepared to give you;, what you want when you want it than if we carried a little of every thing,-and therefore can give you bettor prices. Anything not- satisfactory* return it will make-it' right. SCOTT & CO., Selz 517008- /T\aKe f\ Bi<£ Differeijee There is-a difference between oitr Shoe i business amHhat of all other stores gener | I ally. A great many people hereabout appre vSLl®/ ciate it- That's testified to by the large 'i \®M®l sa^es throughout the year. For instance, J ] \®vß>l' 0116 difference ' s i" quality. No Shoe can if vS\V* enter this stock unless it .is honest, no mat- L Vggk* how chcap it is. Again, no Shoe here has a fancy price.no matter how good it is. In short, high quality and low price always travel hand iu hand * u this-Shoe section. \ ® e * z Royal B^ue s^oe $$ dpUK/Kbk Shoe for Men. Selz iron Calf $3.00 Shoe for Men. Seli Top Notch $2.25 Shoe for Men. Union Seamless...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 28 October 1904

Srh X suffered for a long time with a bad -gse of Catarrh, and took a great deal of medicine without any benefit. I had a continual headache, my cheeks bad grown purple, my nose was always Stopped up, my breath had a sickening ami disgusting odor, and I coughe.l incessantly I beard of your S. S. S. and wrote vou. I commenced to use it, and after taking several bottles I was cured and have never since bad the slightest symptom of tbe disease. MIPS M\RY L, £ roitM. Cor. 7th & Felix Sts., St. Joseph, Mo. Wheeling, W. Va., May 29, 1903. I had Nasal Catarrh for years for which I osedS. S. S. with very gratifying results. I tried local applications for some time, and getting 110 permanent relief I came to the conclusion that the seat of the trouble was in the blood. Knowing S. S. S. to be a good blood medicine I beiran its use, and after using it for some little while it did away entirely with the offensive mu cus in the nostrils, and I did not have to hawk and spit, especially in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 28 October 1904

Columbia Courier WILL J. SHAUGHNESSY EPITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - • JiI.SH (Six Months .... .75 Three Mouths .... .50 If anyone has been sitting around town imagining we are not grow ing lie wants to take a rig and drive around the suburbs. He will then be surprised at the amount of laud that is being put in cultivation and the houses that are being erected. Nearly all the land that was sold at the sale recently held by the North ern Pacific has been cleared and put in crop, either altalfa or fruit. This land constitutes the biggest part of the area between the rail road aud the Columbia river. Mr. Beach has also been selling consid- j erable land in his addition lately j and it is being improved by the pur- j chasers as fast as it is sold. Now that the work of irrigating is about, to be closed down on account of the water being shut ofF in the ditch for the season, those who have purchased laud this summer and put in all their time getting it u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 28 October 1904

THE local field ,„0M ••TOUDAV I DAILY. The Knights of Pythias hall in Pasco ii being treated to a coat of paint and lhe Job is to mako the building ol ,e of the beauty spots of that progres sive city. Cosgrove and Hanson have in their office one of the largest raddishea that wa9 ever grown in any country. It is not exactly a freak as there were sev eral grown in the same field that are nearly as large. It is nearly perfectly formed and measures eight and one balf inches in diameter at the largest circumference and is fourteen inches long. It was ,aised 011 °* Schroy er»s farm in the lower otul of the val ley. Chairman Lince of tlie hoard of com missioners this morning received a box of fine cigars as a present from Mrs. g Rosencrance of the Kennewick country. This box of cigars was I promised the board by Mrs, Rosen crantt on condition that she be per- j wit ted to be the first person to drive a vehicle over the new bridge across the Yakima river at Kennewick. Mr. Rosencrance owned ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 28 October 1904

Scrofula It is commonly inherited. Few are entirely free from it. Pale, weak, puny children art afflicted with it in nine cases out of ten, and many adults suffer from it. Common indications are bunches in the neck, abscesses, cutaneous erup tions, inflamed eyelids, sore ears, rickcts, catarrh, wasting, and general debility. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Eradicate it, positively and absolute ly, This statement is based on the thousands of permanent cures these medicines have wrought. " My daughter had scrofula, with eleven ■ores on her neck and about her ears. Hood's Sarsaparilla was highly recommended and •tie took It and was cured. She is now In good health." Mrs. J. H. Jones, Parkei City, Ind. . Mood's Sarsaparilla promises ts cure and keeps the promise* "Riches take wings." "Yes, and wings take riches," re plied the man who had been backing a flying machine enterprise.—Houston Post. , For manufacturing 150,000 bottles of "wine" out of chemicals and export-1 ing it as Hungarian w...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 28 October 1904

OUR MOST POPULAR LADY CONTEST GOLD WATCH FREE IIAVE DECIL)ED TO HAVE A LIT™ EXCITEMENT THIS WINTER AND TO START THE BALL ROLLING WE are S Oln S to g lve away a Fine Gold Watch to tho most Popular Lady. The Watch is on exhibition in B. G. Fuller's Window aml " to be e lven t° the: Lady who receives the greatest number of votes. The contest will bo open till six o'clock Christmas ©re \\i e a Coupon published in each issue of the Daily and Weekly Courier upon which the votes are to be registered. For every Five Cents paid into this office for any purpose you will be entitled to cast one vote for your favorite candidate. A year's subscrip tion to Weekly Courier wtll entitle you to thirty votes. One week's subscription to the Daily Courier will entitle you to one vote. A dol lar paid for advertising or job printing will entitle you to twenty votes. A list of the candidates with the number of votes registered for each will be published in each issue, both Daily and Weekly. See the Watch a...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 28 October 1904

Toilers of the Columbia By PAUL DE LHJVBY 7lu:hor of "Lord of the Desert." 4 'Oreton Sketches and other Pacific Coast Stories CHAPrER V. Ringwold and Sankala. "llow did you make it at school to-1 day, my child?" "Just fine, except that Ilazel Seadog { was more rude than ever. My father, , I am kind to Hazel. Ido not antago- j nize her intentionally, and yet she | seems to dispise me. She flaunts the j fact in my face that her father owns many fishtraps and has a cannery and j that they are rich, while my father is a common fisherman, is old and poor ( and lives in a cabin, and they lite in a big house with glass windows, and have i a piano. "Father, I don't caie for this. I j am happy with you. I don't envy j Hazel, and why should she dispise me aoove all others?" "My child, there is an intuition ■ometimes that tells us more than we know. There is often a guilty con- j science that ifl handed down to posterity j and while the posterity knows not j what it is, it feels it keenly. In ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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