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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 June 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD, P*OM MiNOAV'3 DAILY Painters are beginning their work on the Dircksen opera house block. Gerome leaves tomorrow on regular trip. There are plenty of Peerless new po tatoes on the market today. J. Ross a'id wife and son have come to town to work on the Hover ranch. The Heroine will bring a cargo of { hay up from Hover's ranch on her re- turn trip from Wallula. A.A.Nichols down the valley de putes Marshal Glover's claim to the earliest new potatoes. ' Mr. and Mrs. C A. Lundy and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Powell left Monday for Portland to visit the fair. TheGerome took them to Wallula to connect with theO- R. & X. The glass for the skylight <>f the new photograph gallery was broken in ship ment. A new consignment has been ordered and will be here in a few days. Mr. Gravesland will soon have every thing in readiness. Mrs. F. T. Allen and children ar rived Saturday from Seattle. Their household goods have arrived and they are getting settled in the Weger house. Mr. A...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 June 1905

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National> Historical, Political and Personal Events. Mrs. William J. Bryan and Miss Bryan have sailed for Europe. The wheat harvest this year in Kan sas is earlier than it has been for five years before. A "part of the business section of Johnson City, 111., has been destroyed by fire. Loss, $100,000. Senator W. A. Clark of Montana says he and Mr. Harriman are on friendly terms in railroad affairs. Otis Botts, 21 years old, was execut ed in the county jail at Peoria, 111., last Saturday for the murder of his wife in January last. The law prohibiting the wearing of feathers taken from all kinds of birds except those of domestic fowls, has gone into effect in Missouri. Great alarm is felt at Baku, especial ly among the Armenians, as it is fear ed that in the street fighting massa cres may commence any day. For the first time in th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 June 1905

WORTHWEST STATES rASMNGTON, 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 —Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NEWS. The Columbia river is at a high stage. Rosalia will celebrate the Fourth of July in an appropriate manner. United Commercial Travelers decid ed to hold the next annual session of the grand council at Seattle early next May. Anacortes canneries expect an out put of nearly $4,000,000 this year. Four of the canneries are now making about 200,000 cases per day. Captain F. Southard has sold his 480 acre farm four miles east of Latah to Clarence Soss of Spokane, for the sum of $12,000, possession to be given this fall. It looks as though Spokane will be successful in its ~.d for the education al institution which the United Nor wegian Lutheran church will locate in the far west. The labor unions of Seattle will hold a carnival in that city from July 3 To ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 June 1905

gfltlHttiHt'll U lltl I t 1111 li II II lIIM I J 1111 111 HII 111 Itltll ItllMl Ml HI 111111 111 Ml I 1111 ill I lillliEliNß | Get Ready for the Fourth. | I Great Slaughter Sale | | in Men s Suits f I 25 OFF. 25 I — n = i We have as fine a line of clothing as was ever brought = § 1o town —but for want ot room we have decided to close = i them out entirely. = £ = | Come in and Tog Up lor the Fourth. | 1 We also have a strong line of = i Hats, Shoes, and Furnishings § H of all kinds and will fix you out from head to foot =j 1 at 25 per cent below our regular price which was E 1 ALWAYS THE LOWEST. 5 I JUUNOkfiSON | Ithe arctic! 3 ICE CREAM PARLOR 2 *5 ICECREAM, LEMONADE, SODA Sg WATER, CANDY, NUTS & FRUITS SjlVlrs. C. C. POWELL Next to P. 0. 5? JKENNEWICK TRANSFER CO. 3 $ Livery and Feed Stable § # <§> # Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. # Prompt and Satisfactory Service. $ In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. 0 $ ■ $ jjiuiiruiririxuxmmnjUTJUinj uinjiTLrLTLru injuxruxruxi iru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 June 1905

VOL. IV. NO 7 Government Must take Yakima Project Engineer Xewell Says Only Oppor tunities are Those Open Here. "The reclamation service has con cluded that the Yakima valley offers today the best field in the state of Washington for government irriga tion. Two things at present stand in the way. They are the claim of present water u-eis and the state's claim on the Carey lands in the lower part of the valley. It' a settlement of the water rights if the valley can be reached and the department refuses to allow tl;e state's claims, I believe it will be practicable'to at once commence work in the Yakima valley for the reclamation of thousands of acres of laud." —F. H. Xewell, chief engi neer of the Govermdent Reclama tion Service. "My advice to Yakima people is to use their best endeavors to defeat the state's claim to the Carey lands. Get after State Land Commissioner , Ross and the governor."—Hon. Y\ r . L. Jones. Chief Engineer Xewell of the re clamation service was called ir on to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 June 1905

Tbe Special Correspondent CHAFTER I. Claudius Bonibarnac, Special Corre spondent Twentieth Century, Tifiis, Transcaucasia." Such is the address of the telegram I found on the 13th of May when I arrived at Tiflis. This is what the telegram said: "As the matters in hand will terminate ou the 15th instant. Claudius Bonibarnac will repair to Uzun Ada, a port on the east coast of the Caspian. There he will take the train by the direct Grand Transasiatic, between the European fron tier and fhe capital of the ( olestial Em pire. He will transmit his impressions in the way of news, interviewing remark able people on the rwid, and report the most trivial incidents by letter or tele gram as necessity dictates. The Twenti eth Century trusts to the zeal, intelli gence, activity and tact of its correspond ent, who can draw on its bankers to anj extent lie may deem necessary. It was the very morning I had arrived at Tiflis, with tiie intention of spending three weeks there in a visit to the Georg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 June 1905

MISS GENEVIVE MAY CATARRH OF STOMACH CURED BY PE-RU-NA Miss Genevive May, 1317 S. Meridi an St., Indianapolis, Ind., Member Second High School Alumni Ass'n, writes: "Peruna is the finest regulator of a dis ordered stomach I have ever found. It certainly deserves high praise, for it is skillfully prepared. ' "I was in a terrible condition from a neglected case of catarrh of the stom ach. My food had long ceased to be of any good and only distressed me after eating. I was nauseated, had heartburn and headaches, and felt run down completely. But in two weeks after I took Peruna I was a changed person. A few bottles of the medicine made a great change, and in three months my stomach was cleared of ca tarrh, and my entire system in a better condition."—Genevive May. Write Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio, for free medical advice. All corre spondence held strictly confidential. "Wal, how'd ye enjoy th' sights in New York?" "Spent th* hull time ridin' round ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 June 1905

1 The Paramount Issue | 8S With the Farmers in this Season, is, First class Farm and Harvesting: Machinery. ||J P .4 - V '" S tit <kf 0 a A ... §f? i i *Ct Wo realize thai only first class bearing /> LJ) I \ -i V-^fX' V hI jl! The McCorraicks have roller bearings, ami WrQ (~\(&)\ 1 \ VA >. ||ii ; / i: uust proof bushings. ConsideV the minor r 4 ; L •'* MM yk±_Jmd)y q points as well as the more important ones. ' fc^NQ / "We will have a lineup for samples in a few * ~"** ?Sm \ \\laV / <ia.vs. /-void the great annoyance of [having ...(feg^ /V Vrar to wait.aVeekJfor every repair yoa want dur- " n "'"'T. " % feS B : WrfrW il in S the harvesting season, and buy your ma- U IfS! 4§?£K/ ffl ! '"m\ !J h) e\ chine from a house that keep a complete line f} U V\\ V" 1 "N fi^sa/ « minW J Of repairs. ilU\ V\V' <g|» V(j>y' v;" y '^®^|F : '//jf| 'V v ||| p| 1 KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO., 1 . ■ ' HA ' I^IKR ' MANAGKR Kenne wick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 June 1905

JIE LOCAL FILL!) MONDAY'S DAILY R. II Anderson will move into the house just vacated by W. A. Austin's. Dr. F. ■) Kaliier returned to his home at Pullman, Wash. Wash. Sun dav afternoon. The doctor expects to return in about (lodays to resume the practice of dentistry. A. V. Melleynolds went to Spokane Saturday night on business in connec /tiotl with the building of his house in Anion's addition. W. A. Austin and family left Iven newick overland for Twin Falls, Idaho He expects to drive through by way of the Walla Walla country during liar vest time and work as he linds oppor tunity. In the fall he will locate on land he purchased in Twin Falls last spring. E. li. Johnson who owns 2d acres of land down the valley, left, this after noon for his old home at Cooperstown, X. I), lie is called there on aceount of the sicklies? of his father and will manage the home place for the season returning to Ivennewick in about WO days. W.J. Shauglinessy has purchased a residence located north of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 June 1905

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POlfilS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. London, Eng., is filled to overflow ing with visitors. The international Sunday school convention elected Jesse McLaren of Toronto president. The town of Ophir, about three miles from Auburn, Cal., was almost destroyed by fire recently. announcing her arrival by a salute to the forts in the harbor, the Ger man gunboat Falke has arrived in San Francisco. Three Scottish members of parlia ment have received threats of early assassination from some unknown Italians resident in Glasgow. Governor Deneen of Illinois has granted Johann Hoch a reprieve until July 20, in order that the case may be taken to the supreme court for a writ of supersedeas. Prominent citizens of Boston have undertaken a movement looking to the purchase and preservation of the home of Paul Revere, which is situat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 June 1905

FORCEDTOFALLBACK RUSSIANS DEFEATED DY JAPAN ESE AT MANCDENZOU. Hills Were Finally Taken by Assault —Russians Hoisted Red Cross Flag, "but it Did Not Stop Jap Firing- Fifty Corpses Left on the Field- Russians Retake Positions. Tokio, June 26. —The following dis patch has been received from the anese army headquarters in Man churia: "The enemy holding the northwest entrance of Manchuria was attacked and dislodged on the afternoon of June 22, but a portion of them holding the hills to the west offered stubborn re sistance and the hills were finally tak en by assault. Another force of the enemy holding the hills due north was attacked from the front and we simul taneously resorted to a turning move ment from the northeast, interrupting his retreat and causing him heavy loss. "The enemy in confusion hoisted the Red Cross flag, but this did not stop our firing, and he tied in dis order. His strength in cavalry and in fantry was some 3000 men and several guns. Fifty corpses were left on th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 June 1905

e Ivcciciv for ixiC Fourth. = E s ■> / -« "8 — = t i~ t nf- <oTi ry n |/ * h E K JlCciL iXJ ;Cf E 1 in V|pn < Wmf-q e — 111 xv Jl il <_ >■ / t>! u ~ 1 •> 1 ;T 1 = .> > f h u E ~ and % j \.J JL © «w* • r £ We have as fine a line of clothing as was ever brought = E to town —but for want of ro< n we have <lc*r , i;l< 'l to close E E tin m out entirely. =; | Come in and Tog Up For the Fourth. § r \V 1 also have a strong line of E 1 Hats, Shoes, and Furnishings | E of all kinds and will fix you out from head to loot r: ~ at "Jo per cent below our regular price which was ~ | ALWAYS THE LOWEST. • | Ilp fj rn V 1 ry ■I \ ifV fej 5 = V ■ " -s 'V' "v- 5 ' 4¥ E fcliil! i!in'£liliiil!!l!Kin!i''; > : 'iiii!J"l:!!ili!ilS'ii!ll!i!:ii i!i!;!!!!K! i! il!;iliU!!il! cum :_rii uinnxuxr uxnJijiJT-ri.ru' uirLnjHJTJT.ru uiruurrurjij mj uiJTJiJiJTJUTJUiJ'UTJriJT-p £ 5 | flay Ji/ere or Hay fie\ e I We have it in both places :iuv miantiiv all bale'l. 1 1 £ See as before...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 July 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL. IV. NO. 8 WHICH ONE SHOULD WIN? >V l.o Buys at Home Builds V V Mis Own Town. In the struggle between home 1 merchants and the city catalogue houses for local patronage there art five points that have weight with the buyer. These are quality price, prompt service, courteus treatment and value to home in stitutions. The contender for patronage must "make good" on each of these points. Careful investigations will prove that week in and week out the lo cal merchant surpasses his big city competitor in every respect. Yalue to home institutions is named last hut it is first in importance. The patronage of catalogue houses is a positive detriment to home schools churches and all similar enterprises whoi« support comes so largely from the home business men. Crip ple the business enterprises of your town and all the institutions for good will suffer. Beaten at every point that should count in legitimate trade pulling, how does the catalogue house get such a larg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 July 1905

Tbe Special Correspondent CHAPTER IV. There are a hundred passengers on board the Astara —a large number of them Caucasians trading with Turkestan, and who will be with us all the way to the eastern provinces of the Celestial Empire. As I am going to pass the. night on deck, I return up the cabin stairs. The .American is there just finishing the re packing of his case. "May I ask how many teeth you are Importing into China in those cases?" "Eighteen hundred thousand, without counting the wisdom teeth!" And Ephrinell began to laugh at the little joke, which he fired off on several other occasions during the voyage. I left him and went on to the bridge be tween the paddle boxes. A rather large deal case, covered with a tarpaulin, attracts my attention. It measures about a yard and a half in height and a yard in width and depth. It has been placed here with the care required with these words in Russian, written on the side, "Glass —Fragile— Keep from Damp," and then directions, "Top—Bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 July 1905

THE LITTLE ONES ARE HI& 4 little hnnd that softly stole my own that day, ffhen I needed the touch that I loved so much To strengthen nie on the way. Softer it seemed than the softest down On the breast of the gentlest dove; But its timid press and its faint caress Were strong in the strength of love! It seemed to say in a strange, sweet waj, "I love you and understand," And calmed my fears an my hot heart tears Fell over that little hand. Perhaps there are teuderer, sweeter things Somewhere In the sun-bright land; But I thank the Lord for his blessings And the clasp of a little hand. -—Northern Christian Advocate. When Em'ly Came. €OME, mother; come down out of that cold storeroom. What you doin' up here; what, cryin', be ye? Come now, don't cry, and come down where 'tis warm." "I don't want to come down. I wish I never had to go into those rooms again as long as I live! What do ye think Car'llne's been and done, Nathan -—she's sold all our old thhigs—all the Ihings we set such ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 July 1905

gggsgggggsßPßfiPgiiiij S3 (>sS ail | I if\ is B n | A h in * »*$ ji i B§| St rton/ptf Snnn Haiwf mirh spq Msno ipq § ||p 810! »uul. OU \ I uOe ;! iul Vu6l |j jJlliiOs I ! iGI I 1 UOi UypiJisiuui |||j S f-lLci o*c> 8 pi VY aiwl *y |p f| Oils for instance. We will guarantee you a Right Price and Right Oils. Rj jj WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL KINDS, " g| || Medium Castor j 1 mti \ r • • I Wliole.Sides or Readv Cut wSk H Black Yersinia i m m ______„ M © oils | Cylinder Oil || IIS Oils in Bill 1-i: or in Cans. I .f-y e , rtf®) tM I i KflO-SflA fill M II! .1 it ia. k \/ * 1 9g>j3 |g McCORMICK HEADQUARTERS. REPAIRS. ffig I Paints and Oils s;:::;,it",rS 1 ,,:;' Pboems Paint « It Kennewick Hardware Company. If |gg "• v A MANAGE, || KennewickCourier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Bix Months : .75 Three MoiHhs .... .'>o Report 011 Yakima Valley. The report of the government engineers on the work in the Yaki ma valley up to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 July 1905

THE LOCAL LIEU) FROM MONDAY'S DAILY Phil Bier went to Rit/.ville to eel»- brate the Fourth. Miss Fanny Perry is her* l visiting at the home ot ber parents, in the garden tracts. ('has. Luni and Miss flattie Bennett went to North Yakima to spend ttie Fourth. Henry C. Cox of Chicago is here visiting his brother, who lives down the valley. .). A. Thornton is away <>n a business trip to North Yakima. lie will stay over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Root returned Friday evening from a two weeks' visit at the Portland fair. Lloyd Peckenbangh had the misfor tune to lone his pocket book containing quite a sum of money. \Y. 11. Hayes of Spokane purchased ."> 1-13 acres of land the tirst of the week from the Kennewick Land -U;». John J. ("ox of Spokane purchased twenty acres lying in section 'JO. The Kennewick Land Co. made the deal. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dircksen are now occupying their living apart ments in the New Opera House Block just now being completed by them. Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 July 1905

ENVOYS ARE NAMED RUSSIA AND JAPAN GIVE THEM COMPLETE POWER TO ACT. Work on the Treaty of Peace Will Be gin Early in August—President Roosevelt Again Triumphed in In sisting tha Envoys Have Full Power. Oyster Bay, L. 1., July 4. Official announcement is made by President Roosevelt of the names of the Russian and Japanese envoys to the Washing ton peace conference. The character and ability of the men selected by both belligerents is an earnest dem onstration of the desire of the re spective governments to conclude, if possible, the tragedy being enacted in the far east. The plenipotentiaries are: Russia — Ambassador Muravieff, formerly minister of justice and now ambassador to Italy, and Baron Ros en, recently appointed as ambassador to the United States to succeed Count Cassini. Japan—Baron Komura, minister of foreign affairs, and Kogoro Takahira, minister to the United States. By direction of the president Secre tary Loeb made the formal announce ment in the following statement: Po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 July 1905

VIOLATED®)! LAW federal grand jury gets busy AT CHICAGO. Handed in indictments for Several Men Prominent in Meat Packing In dustries —Each ..Indictment Was Alike and contained Ten Counts— Employes Said to Have Rebated. Chicago, July 1. —The federal grand jury today handed in indict ments for several men prominent in the packing industries of the country for violation of the Sherman antitrust law and four officials of the Schwarz cbild & Sulzberger company for al leged rebating with the railroads. Be sides these individual indictments bills were voted against five corporations— Armour &. Co., Swift & Co., Nelson Morris & Co., the Cudahy Packing company and the Fairbanks Canning company. The men indicted for alleged con spiracy in restraint of trade, which constitutes violation of the Sherman antitrust act are: J. Ogden Armour, president of the Armour company; Charles Armour, of the Armour com pany; Artnur Meeker, general man ager for Armour & Co.; T. J. Connors, d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 July 1905

We Own Or Control MOST OF THE LANDS AND LOTS IN ' ' j I THE KENNEWICK VA LLE Y FOR SA LE ! Kennewick; Lands i, - : ' , ARB THE CHEAPEST ON EARTH 1 , : : CONSIDERING DOLLARS PER ACRE j : « PRODUCED, CALIFORNIA CLIMATE ; j 1 AND FUTURE, GREATNESS 1 ': • : ] ==========zz==zz============z : i It's to your interest to see us before buying. > ; HANSON-RICH INV.GO. | ; (Successors to Co.sgrove & Hanson.) , 1 1 | KENNEWICK, - WASHINGTON. ' i Ask for price list and new book on irrigation. 1 i . j ! LruiJxruTJxmxnnjrriJTJtnj uu uxfuajxTLriruiru uTf/irL^ j Jl?ere or jlay fiei e ? We have it in both places any quantity all baled. c 2 See us before you sell your poultry. We are £ I Casl? Buyers ] § q ? . . Our Warehouses are always full of Feeds and Seeds . . 5 | Stye Best ii> Sou/r). $ | COLUMBIA COMMISSION- CO, | 1 WHOLESALERS, FRUIT AND PRODUCE. | § KENNEWICK, WASH § | KENNEff ICK TRANSFER Co.| % Livery and Peed Stable $ <t # # Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. # Prompt and ...

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