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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 October 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OFTHE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week —National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The town of Seneca, S. C.. was vis ited by a fire recently and property worth about $75,000 was destroyed. A definite Anglo-French convention covering the future administration of the New Hebrides has been signed. Sehimotir, Russia.—The peasants of two villages, Pukosihotka and Doretz, in this vicinity, have decided to emi grate in a body to the United States. St. Petersburg. — The ministry of education has finished the draft of a propect for universal education in volving an expenditure of $103,000,000 yearly. New York.—Subscriptions of $200,- 000 for the building of a private auto mobile race course on Long Island were made in this city. It is said that the course will cost $2,900,099. Johannesburg.—The rope of a cage which was descending the East Sim mer gold mine here Saturday snap...

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. — 26 October 1906

HIGH WINDS IN UTAH SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED; PROPERTY LOSS GREAT. pire Fanned by High Wind Destroyed NeW Plant of Utah Packing Com ply Gale Blew 52 Mile* an Hour __One Fatality In Ogden—6now Two Feet Deep in Part* of Colorado. Salt Lake City, Oct 22.—For 24 hours this city and vicinity has been swept by a windstorm of unparalleled severity. Trains are arriving irregularly or not at all. For much of the time streetcar service has been at a stand still and the electric lighting plants are out of commission. The burning of the Utah Packing plant north of the city, which oc curred Saturday night, is the most serious single loss. The building had just been completed at a cost of $100,- 000 ana was to have been put in use in a lew uays. The project was in augurated by western cattle men and %as in opposition to uie large packing houses oi the east. The cause of the fire has not been ascertained. Only a small fraction of the loss is covered by insurance. Ruined buildings, fallen chimneys, b...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 October 1906

NEW GOODS of All Sorts Dress Lengths One of a kind, $2.00 to $12 A variety of Waistings and Waist Lengths The best quality of Ladies' and Children's Shoes at reasonable prices Mrs. M. Heard The ANTLERS HOTEL BEST IN THE CITY Adjacent to depot. Special attention to commercial and transient trade. Sample room. Rates reasonable. WE MEET ALL TRAINS MRS. A- BELL, Proprietor KENNEWICK, WASH. BlaeKsfl\itf? Si?op French is still at the old stand prepared to shoe any horse a-goin'. General aijd Impair U/orK. U/oodu;orK ip Qoooeotioi). A. B. FRENCH Buy on CrediiF this $60 Machine for $25 FKWIT PREPAID, ££ „•„{ gag}; JgP f stitch, double feed, self threading shuttle: hai \ automatic bobbin wiiider and other latest lmprore -Jj ments. This is the ANTI- U TRUST MACHINE. It la the same machine agents are asking you|6o for. All attach mentsgo with each machine. Sold for only $5 cash and t3 monthly. Write TOUT for free FURNITURE CATALOGUE showing elegant household goods we will ship (Freight Prepaid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 October 1906

the local field Friday, Oct. 26, 1906. f "** From Saturday's Daily W R. Todd is here on business. . [r an d Mrs. Leßoy Pratt of Taco are bere making l,K ' ir l,ome for because the dry climate is "Mr,. Pratt's health. p r . and Mrs. V. G. Burgess of Bos- Mass., who have been stopping in *°'V l>* ve decided to locate at Hover. Th* Doctor is locating there seeking for the improvement of his benM- Tlie sixth and seventh grades of the üblic »cl>o<>l were moved iuto the new building yesterday. The grades are 1 and Miss Harris will now have ,dquate rooms to carry on her work to bent advantage. The dance last night was well at kpded. The music was excellent and thedaii«Ms enjoyed themselves until ilate hour. The large patronage jus tifies the management in giving other fcueen during the season. Dr.aud Mrs. F. M. Crosby entertain- for the Five Hundred Club in their fine ne w ' lome Thursday evening. Reprize was awarded to Sir. and Mrs. r ft*. Wiegel. The usual pleasant so- evenin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 October 1906

The Trail of the Bead: THE STRANGE EXPERIENCE * * OF DR. ROBERT HARLAND *5* By B. FIfTCBER ROBINSON Ml J. MALCOLM FUSED (Copyright IMS. by Jtupd B. lowia) CHAPTER VI. —(Continued.) It snowed that night, and to some ef fort, as the morning light showed ine. Tho broad, slovenly street beneath my windows was thickly coated; and though tho fall had ceased, a dull sky, streaked as with muddy whitewash, threatened a further dswnfall. It was bitterly cold and I fluag en my clothes in a Tile tem per. Graden was meditating before the ■tore when I entered our breakfast-room, with the strange book he had shown me during the journey in his hands. "You look pale as a ghost Are you quite fit?" he asked kindly. "Oh, yes; though my night was not particularly peaceful." "What do you mean?" I told him briefly of my unknown vis itor. He seemed greaty interested, ques tioning me minutely on various points. "Yeur theory may be correct," he con cluded. "Some guest may have mistaken his chamber, and hurri...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 October 1906

peculiar to Itself In selection, proportion and combination j ingredients. in tM process by which their remedial rtloes are extracted and preserved, T eff«cti venesß ' aßefulneß9 and economy, Coring tbe widest range of diseases. Doing most good for the money, H rog (be most medicinal merit, tbe greatest record of cures,— Hood's Sarsaparilla In nsaal liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1. jjjuperor Wiliam of Germany haa tor hia luipenai yacht in his cruise joug tiie i\oi wegian coast the sumpta oUa Hamburg-American liner ham wgjj. iiie Raiser wore civilian clothes jjj times, tabooed ail talk of politics d changed daiiy those privileged to •it at his table tliat there should be B o thought of favoritism. The one reyal prerogative that is never lore tone i« the demand that no one shall jddress him until spoken to. A WOMAN'S KIDNEYES. Women have so much to do, so many pai ns 10 suffer - so many critical periods to go through, that it is im * ~ portant to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 October 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET FRESH igAT| OF ALL 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 market price. J. G. JONES, Proprietor 0 $ t Kennewick Transfer Co. | J Livery and Feed Stable J # Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. <| ? Prompt and Satisfactory Service. | 0 In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. <G 9 ® St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant In the World If you are contemplating building or improving your property in any way, do not fail to call on us,-as we are handling Everything in Building Material FLUMING, POSTS, WOOD and COAL A. RASMUSSEN, Cashier. H. E. BALDWIN, Manager. BUSINESS CHANCES in and around Kennewick Free Hotel Site. Livery Stable. Hotel doing a good business. A bargain in 10 or 20 acres ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 November 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER V T OL. V. NO. 28 Lives Sacrificed to Duty and Law I Officers Shoot Desperate Outlaw; Posse Captures His Partner in Crime. Marshal M. D* Giover and Deputy-Marshal Holzhcy Dead at Hands of Desperadoes; Forrest Perry Shot by Members of Own Party; Sheriff McNeill Wounded. Four niMi aie dead as a result of a deadly gun battle between desper aloes armed w.th rifles and the officers armed oniy with revolvers, the fourth man being killed in the mm hunt f illowin* the shooting down of the officers of the law who were eng iged in the performance of duty in ferreting out crime. Ma r shal'M. D. Glover and h s deputy, Jja H were killed and A. G. McNeill, Sheriff of Benton county, wounded by two desperadoes Wednesday afternoon about 3 o'clock at the clump of trees on the Led bet'e- place near the south end of the Northern Pacific bridge across the Columbia. The officers killed the older outlaw in the exchange of shots. He is a de-pe-ate character, an ex Walla Walla convict ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 November 1906

NEWSOFIRTHWEST WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OREGON AND MONTANA ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place—Fa.. Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. Fred Thede, a widely known young man of North Yakima, pleaded guilty In the superior court the other day to forging his father's name to a $20 chock. Commendable attention is being giv en to fire drills in the schools at Dav enport. Two distinguished Japanese visitors, Prince Haseba, a member of the Jap anese parliament, and Yashachiro Yamashita, visited Spokane recently as guests of W. F. Meier and George A. Lee, who were classmates of Yama shita at the University of Nebraska. Following a recent declaration of Governor A. E. Mead that sessions of the supreme court should be held in Spokane during a portion of the year to accommodate the attorneys of east ern Washington, a call has been sent Out by Judge William E. Richardson, president of the Spokane Bar as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 November 1906

Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. AVERAGE VOCABULARIES. 815*1 F 300 old spellings are to be tabooed in the J I President s first order, bow many will the J[ I second order include and bow much of the ■J language will there be left in ita received %)| f « rB » eld-fashioned people to console •&J themselves with? An uneducated man's vo cabulary contains altogether, according to the authorities, only some 800 er 400 words. Italian operas require not over 800 words, and the system of Egyptian hieroglyphics has but 800 symbols. Well edu cated persons of fair Intelligence use, it is said, not over 8,000 or 4,000 words. The Bible of 1011-H»minonly known as the King James or the Authorized Version— without the Apocryphal portion, has under 6,000 words. Poets, dealing much under abstractions, employ a larger vocabulary. Milton found 8,000 words necessary for the composition of his poems; Pope, 11,000, and Shak speare, 15,000. These are large figures, compared with the prosy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 November 1906

Menhinick's Addition to Kennewick Lots and small residence tmcts for sale in this choice addition. This property i< right in town and offers the chance of a lifetime. For prices and terms apply to THE HANSON-RICH INVESTMENT CO. Kennewick, Wash. BlaeKs/r\itf? SI?op French is still at the old stand prepared to 9hoe any burse a-goiu'. Qeoeral Bla<;R6mitl?ir)s ar>d Impair U/orK. U/oodvuorK ir> <?oi)oectioo. A. B. FRENCH Buy on Credit / this $60 Machine for $25 FREIGHT FKMID. A,fg3™; &U t stitch, double feed, self threading shuttle: haa automatic bobbin winder and other latest improve ment*. Thil is the ANTI TRUST MACHINE. It ll the same machine agents are a«king you $60 for. All attachmentFfo with each machine. Sold for only $6 cash and S3 monthly. Write TOUT for free FURNITURE CATALOGUE showing elegant household goods we will fhir (Freight Prepaid) on Easy Payments—our new CREDIT plan. Gevurtx Furniture Company 17S-17S First St- PORTLAND. UK LOANS! LOANS! If you want...

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

0 local field r prldav'i Nov. 2, 1906. roni Saturday's Daily abo'sJ 0,, y ? B M'-C' ,nuell is liown from North ,L.o» i >° slm ' s -1 g^LE—A e°"d milch cow. $40. G B SCHKOYER. Hover. Wo. j e „f rar loads of shtb wood **\j ie yards ready for unloading 8!» ir of Mo,,trose • C°lor»do, is B loCHte it! the valley and Is. look- various tracts. f c JoliD'o" *" d J - M Hawkins '• intn the mountains on a deer n . , * begr hunt tliis morning on the 1,1(1 ...in Tliev will be gone about train ' c p H im?r, of North \ ikima, and Vest of Taconta, auditors of the e> „d St. Paul Lumber Com- town on busiuessthe past K i*P i E. Amsbary h«s purchased the Lre tract west of the Methodist which Fred Briethaupt owned * f jli build a flue residence thereon ligimwD' (fjmuen of Finley, made tliis of call. He has made good with the cultivation of his land oust y** r ftS ~Hfl become nior* miliar with the conditions of success jt»nuing. iritrht-of-way man for the Portland was in town yesterday and down the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 November 1906

The Trail of the Dead: THE STRANGE EXPERIENCE OF DR. ROBERT HARLAND By B. FLETCHER ROBINSON and J. MALCOLM ERASER CHAPTER VIII. I was not favorably impressed with this breeder of pigs. He was an elderly man, full bodied, with white hair, that ■tuck out stiffly from under his fur cap, a red, bulbous nose, and shifty, suspi cious eyes. He saluted us with a touch of his cap in military fashion. "And what is your business, gentle men?" he asked. "It is less business than gratitude," •aid Gradeu courteously. "We have made this little pilgrimage to thank the producer of the Lemsdorf hams." "You are not dealers, then?" "No, but I " "Then take yourself off!" "Herr Drobin!" "Go! clear out! Do I not make myself plain?" be cried, his flusned face nod ding in time to his violent gesticulations. "I will have no spies about the place!" Graden sprang out of the sleigh and •trode up to the angry farmer. For a moment I thought there would be a scrimmage; but the huge bulk of his an tagonist was not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 November 1906

for the Children r 0 succeed these days you austhave plenty of grit, cour se strength. How is it with Jc'children? Are they thin, nale. delicate? Do not forget Ayer's Sarsaparilla. You wL oW it makes the blood pure El rich, and builds up the tcral health in every way. cannot pos§l My hare pood health ■~ th« bowels are in proper condition. Cor- B 1 11 »?»»•'ip*'i°n >'T e»vi..K small laxative rill*- Ail vegetable,augar-coated. C- Ayr Co., Lsmll, Hut. ■ Jm AUo manulaoturera of Il\ 9 HAIR VIGOR. ■/hi f*o rc aoi;e cu r b - W jLIJQrf CHERRY PECTORAL. | W» bare bo aeoreta! Vy"s pnbliah I thß formula! of all our medicine#. Anyone wishing to invest in real or insuring their property ould do well t0 ca U at th o Westerner jce, as this is an important part of business carried on at the West mer. people who have overcome them jjlves are ready to work with unre rleted zeal to help their friends in tie struggle to get the devil under seath. The richest orchestra in the world till be the Warsaw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 November 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET Wm. Dircksen, Prop. 1 ' j FRESH MEATS OF ALL POULTRY, EGGS AND FRESH VEGETABLES ' BRFSH FISH EVERY • " ara W iM*fM'. •' FRIDAY KENNEWICK HARNESS SHOP HARNESS, SADDI.F.RY, LEATHER WORK Horse Furnishing Goods, Whips, Cil^ We are prepared f >r the Fall and Harvest Trade with a complete st-ck of all knds of Harness and can supply your neds in our line at as reasonable prices as can he h id on Saddlery and Harness at the ruling maiket price. J. G. JONES, Proprietor Valley Barn and Dray Line E. W. KITT, Proprietor | =— LIVEKY > GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICKS | We do our own work and guarantee prompt service and fair treatment. Phone 143. St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. [Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant in the World If you are contemplating building or improving your property in any way, do not fail to call on us, as we are handling Everything in Building Matebial PLUMING, TOSTS, WOOD and COAL A. RA*SML'SSEN, Cashier. H. E. BALDWIN, Manager. BUSINESS CHANCES in an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 November 1906

IjotlieKennewick Courier, Friday, November 2, 1906. L n ty Seat Talk Unwarranted a jo have been an Mjjnpression created voters es * /county that the election I ris for County Com- First Comtnis- Mrj c t rueans the removal removal °f the count} 7 Ktime or possibly two Wl So storv in point of Mi be mote ridiculous or ab- JL e election of Mr Travis Mb rely nothing to do, direct- MLctly. with the removal f^ed removal of the county Kjs nomination was secured Miction desired simply and Mto do justice to all portions Mcoaaty- The West side was ■illoffed to select a cotnmis- Mfroffl their portion of the t namely Mr. Crosby of Rat- C e Precinct and in the second Kjjssioner District: Mr. Travis ■giected from the central por- Eft&e county, in the First Corn ier District, and Mr. Cress pfroni the Eastern portion or LjtheThird Commissioner Dis- L What could be more fair or L> No apportionment of the Le commissioners for an equal Lfairrepresentation of the coun-! fecaaJd be more eminently ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 2 November 1906

Supplement to the Kennewick Courier, Friday, NovjJ Do Your Real Est! Business with I Hanson = Riji Investment cj The most popular real estate firm in the 1 county. We guarantee absolute satisfao- \ f tion. We own or controll most of the latirU l in the Kennewick valley. \ All properties shown free. 1 You will regret it if you buy or sell before seeing us. FOR SALE RIGHT: 1 KENNEWICK lots, louses, acreage. 1 TRACTS—Garden, Ely, Menhinick, Neal, Chicago, Section 7, N. P. Ry. men, etc., etc. t FINLEY TOWNSITE — Acreage of nearly 1000 ; acres. i Cheap as Dirt Easy Payments Let Us Help You Make a Fortune < ;^^I^V^rVEAR|SSALJESOVERS2OC^OO^\ Fall Millinery Ladies', Misses'and Children's Dress Hats. Full Line of Street Hats. RIBBONS RIBBONS RIBBONS Call and inspect our stock. The LAIRD-WHITELOCK HAT SHOP

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 November 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER VOL V. NO. '29 gespects to the Honored Dead 0t Community in Mourning at ftneral Services of Prave Men ) Who Fell Last Week. Forrest E. Perry fbe fuueral services for Forrest f Perry were held in the parlors nbc Columbia Hotel and were at -ted by the ci y officials and by jj W ho could find standing room £. v . VVm. Snape preached the fun fj] sermon from the text ' Be of courage " He pointed ou tbe young man had d'splayed IfaUan courage. In his effort to fflht in the capture of the outlaw « fas subjecting himself to danger Ljtboat thought of reward. As he ins acting without any thought of Irvor reward he displajed the jghest quality of moral courage; r moral courage consists in an un lfish performance of heroic acts ithout fear or intrepidity. His Wives and friends will always re :mber him as one who played tbe ro'sp'.rt and showed strong and lD ly qualities under most testing enrns ances. All honor to his oory. Michael D. Glover [[ ten o'clock Saturday, from M....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 November 1906

NO WAR WITH UTES INDIANS AND FEDERAL OFFI CERS DECIDE TO AGREE. They Go to Fort Meade While Await ing Settlement—Chief Says "Roose velt Mighty Hunter," and Will Pro vide Hunting Grounds—lndian Bu reau Will Take Charge. The Ute Indians and the govern ment have come to terms. It has been agreed that the Indian leaders shall have a powwow with "the great white father" and in the meantime the tribe shall go to Fort Meade in charge of Colonel Rodgers of the Sixth cavalry. Rations are to be issued to them there. The government was the result of a 12 hours' conference. Several times the Indians left the conference, vowing they would not return. They insisted they would not go back to Utah and that they wanted a new hunting ground. Colonel Rodgers and Captain Carter P. Johnson told them President Roosevelt would take care of them, and Chief Unkaskin put it to the rest of the band in this way: "Roosevelt, he mighty hunter; he no want his children starve; he know Injuns like heap big game; he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 November 1906

battleshipranmed IKE LINER MONROE PUTSTIE VIRGINIA TO THE DAD. Battleship's Steering Gear I* Derang ed Causing the Accident—None Hurt—Both Ship# Safe—The Vir ginia Will Soon Be Repaired—ls Raked on the Starboard Quarter. Norfolk, Va., Nov. 4. —The battle ship Virginia wag rammed Saturday in Hampton Roads by the Old Dominion liner Monroe. Both vessels came af terwards to this port. The Monroe, inward bound from New York, landed her passengers at her pier, while the battleship, follow ing shortly under her own steam, pro ceeded to the Norfolk navy yard. The Virginia sailed from Old Point about 9 o'clock bound for Norfolk. Shortly afterwards the Monroe came in, following the battleship through Hampton Roads. Off Seawall's point the Virginia slowed down and the Monroe immediately rang down. The Virginia's steering gear seemed to become deranged and she steered out of her course. The Monroe could not stop nor change her course in time, and struck the battleship on the after part of her a...

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