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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

eeLUMBiA courier. VOL. 111. 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, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau tiful homes. Raw land $60 to $90 an acre according to location. With water right. TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five years at six per cent. These lands are watered by the great Sunnyside canal. . . . 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., f Hardware :: Furniture and Undertaking. We carry a full line of Headquarters for Cook Stoves, Ammution Ranges and and Sportinj Heaters. Goods. Also Sewing Mac...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

MEN'S BOY'S AND | CHILDREN'S j Clothing, Furnishings, j Hats, Caps, Gloves and : Shoes ; Bought Right-- Sold Right ; t Ed. V. Price Suits, made to your mens- ! lire, nny style or pattern you chooso 1 from 40U samples, at the list price and { no express charges. i } SCOTT & CO., | Selz sl?°es f\ Bi<§ Difference There is a difference between our Shoe business and that of all other stores gener- PS. I f ally. A great many people hereabout rppre- I \sLJm c * ate That's testified to by the large I MaTl®! sales throughout the year. For instance, I \<M(M one diff erence ,s * n quality. No Shoe can / \taPi enter this stock unless it is honest, do mat / how cheap it is. Again, 110 Shoe here has a fancy price.no matter how I good it is. Iu short, high quality and low price always travel hand in hand in this Shoe section. \ e * z Ko >'al ue slloe $3 ,r, ° Shoe for Men. Selz Iron Calf $3.00 Shoe for Men. Selz Top Notch $2.25 Shoe lur Men. Union Seamless $3.00 Shue for Men. Selz Mis...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

BRITISH WATCH RUSSIANS WARSHIPS CRUISING OFF VIGO— BALTIC FLEET FOLLOWED. Außiia Has Asked Permission of Spain That Her Squadron May Remain at Vigo Until After Investigation on North Sea Incident—Russian Ad miral Again Telle How It Happened. Vigo, Spain, Nov. I.—There are five British warships cruising off Vigo, evi dently watching the Russian vessels here. The Spanish foreign office has given out a statement to the effect that Rus sia has asked Spain's permission for the ships of Admiral Rojestvensk's squadron to remain in Vigo until the investigation of the North Sea incident shall have been concluded. Spain, ac cording to the official statement, con sulted with the representatives of the several foreign powers, who gave their approval. Authorization, however, ap plies to Russian vessels only now at Vigo. The British yacht Ventura is in this port and appears to be watching the movements of the Russian squadron. The Russian admiral and subordi nate officials of the Baltic squadron ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

COLI.IM ) J » IA CoURIER WILL J. SHAUGHNESSY ! EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OP SUHNCKMTION One Yenr, in Advance - - $1.50 Six M.inthfl .... .75 Three Mouths .... .50 Two of our citizens returned last Saturday from a visit to'thil realm of sand and sagebrush yclept Ken- i newick. According to their re-' port-<, this is another Pasco —a creation only in the minds of the j promoters. We tilked with o;:e of] the men who was up there and he I sairl they were told that some of 1 tfie parties who had purchased | land and made a first payment, ' then built a house and barn, would! be '.viHing to give a purchaser the! improvements if they could get j b.wk their first payment. We vis-. ited that desert a little more than a i year ago, and we saw nothing that would lead us to believe that it was other than a "get-rich-quick", scheme.—Freewater Times. The ljian that wrote the above has as much business running a newspaper as the devil has con ducting a camp meeting. We do not know where Freew...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

COL IIM ]-!IA CO U RIE R WILL J. SHAUGHNESSY EDITOR anci PROPRIETOR TERMS OF KUIIHCUirnoN (One Year, in Adrntm* - - $1.50 Bix M.mths .... .7*) Three Months .... .50 Two of our citizens returned last Saturday from a visit to'tlnt realm of sand and sagebrush yclept Ken newiek. According to their re ports, this is another Pasco —a creation only in the minds of the promoters. We talked with o«e of the men who was up there and he ! said they were told that some of : the parties who had purchased! laod and made a first payment. ! tjisn built a house and barn, would! be willing to give a purchaser the j improvements if they could get j their first payment. We vis ited that desert a little more than a j year ago, and we saw nothing that would lead us to believe that it was: other than a "get-rich-quick", scheme.—Freewater Times. The man that wrote the above I lias as much business running a; newspaper as the devil lias con-| ducting a camp meeting. Vv r e do ( not know where Freewater is, n...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

THE local field ,„OM SATURDAY S DAILY. Henry Steege returned this morning from a Visit to Downs. \V. M. Richards, of North Yakima, is in the city today visiting friends. Mrs- Hosteller, of Tacomu, is here visiting with her daughter Mrs. J.J. Reed. Mr. ami Mrs. (". A. l.undy returned tbif morning from a few days visit in Spokane. A. s. Julien has started to build a residence on his land three miles east of the city. 0. W. lUch, manager of the Spok ane branch of the Kennewick Land Co., is In the city today visiting with friends. Thanksgiving day, Thursday, Nov ember 24th. Order your new suit now from Strauss Bros. Samples at Fred ByKreidler's. ladies of the Congregational Vcburch guve a shadow social iu the ® c i,urch last evening. Those who were present report a very enjoyuble time. Homor C. Brown, of Seattle, is here today for the purpose of looking over the country with a view to purchasing gome land and becoming a citizen of Keunewick. Wm. Hellinger, of Garfield, today purchased t...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

THE LOCAL FIELD fdOM SATURDAY S DAILY. Henry Steege returned this morning from a visit to Downs. \V. M. Kichards, of North Yakima, j„ m the city today visiting friends. Hosteller, of Tacoma, is here visiting with her daughter Mrs. J. J. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. l.undy returned tbif morning from a few days visit in Spokane. A. S. Juiien has started to build a residence on his land three miles east' of the city. 0. W. Rich, manager of the Spok ane branch of the Kennewick Land , Co., is In the city today visiting with friends. Thanksgiving day, Thursday, Nov-! eiuher 24th. Order your new suit now ! from Strauss Bros. Samples at Fred jjyjfreidler's. ynfhe ladies of the Congregationalj gave a shadow social in the j * church last evening. Those who were I present report a very enjoyable time, j Homor Brown, of Seattle, is here today for the purpose of looking over the country with a view to purchasing gome land and becoming a citizen of Kennewick. Win. Hellinger, of Garfield, today \ purc...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

1 WORLD'S KK 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. G. Wakimoto, who is in charge of hundreds of Japanese employed as sec tion men and in other capacities on the Union Pacific railroad, has been notified by the Japanese consul that all members of the first and second army reserves are ordered to return at once for active service. The British government has purchas ed in Buenos Ayres 8,000 mules, des tined for the Indian army. Former Governor George K. Nash of Ohio dropped dead in his bathroom at his home at Columbus, Ohio. Death was due to heart failure. The Dodson-Braun Manufacturing company, St. Louis, were awarded the graud prize (highest award) for their famous Cupid brand pickles and other goods, at the Louisiana Purchase ex position. An interurban electric car on the railroad from Vaucouver, B. C., com ing down ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

OUR MOST POPULAR LADY CONTEST GOLD WATCH FREE (3tC) E 11AVE DECIDED TO HAVE A LITTLE EXCITEMENT THIS WINTER AND TO START THE BALL ROLLING WE ar<3 g ° ing t0 glVe aWOy aFin ° Gold Watch tothe most p °pula r Lady. The Watch is 011 exhibition in B. G. Fuller's Window '' 0 and 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. I 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 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...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 November 1904

Toilers of the Golumbia By PAUL DE LANEY Author ot "Lord of the Desert;** "Oregon Sketches," and other Pacific Const Stories CHAPTER VII. Toilers of the Columbia. "How is the storm?" "Pretty high, father, but not so high M it waß a week ago." "I do not believe I can go today, my child." "Well, father, I will try it alone. Dan Lapham fishes a trap alone, and I believe I can do so, too." "My child, this work in getting too severe for you. For more than a year you have had to pull at the oars and your task has grown greater until your strength is over-taxed. Day by day I grow more feeble and day by day the harden is increased upon your should ers. If I could only complete the link that still is missing I would place you where you could continue your studies and the old man that I am would spend his few remaining days in comfort bb your ward. I know, Sankala, that you would not begrudge me so small an amount if it were yours." "No, father, it should all be yours. I have only one desire,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. Vol. 11l- NO. 31. I SUNNVSIDE I i ' 2 SJ, The largest irrigated district U II in the beautiful and fertile S § YAKIMA VALLEY U B The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for 9 9 S ale, lands suited to the production of high grade fl H crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, N grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all V J5 kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- II H tiful homes. Kt Z Raw land $60 to $90 an acre Si fi according to location. With water right. JL V TERMS: One-fifth down, balance in five 4 Jj years at six per cent. These lands are fl H watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... Jj For particulars, inquire of, or write to X ft WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH.WASH. X Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock —Lowest prices. Front street, JL J. Reed & Co., _• Hardware :: Jv" Furniture and Undertaking. We carry a full line of Headquarters for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

THE LOVELIEST GSRL IMAGINABLE [Original.] "So you're going tc» bo married ?" "Indeed, I am, to the loveliest girl i:n aglnnblc." "la'm! I've heard that before. All my friends have married the loveliest girls Imaginable. Who is she?" "Kate Ward." "Kate Ward!" Then, after a pause. "Are you her first love?" "Well, no, not exactly. There was t> fellow she met several years ago-o measly sort of ehap. 1 fancy—who was so (Wprrately In love with her that she took pity on him and engaged herself to him. It was broken off. however." "Did you get ail this information from her?" "By no means. She simply told mi* that she had been engaged. My infor mat ion came from her cousin, Anita j Griffith." . "Anita Griffith!" "You seem surprised Do yea know her?" "Yes—no. Did she give you the cans', of your fiancee's break with- the othc? ftllow?" 'Well, yes. Anita was indircctlj mixed up In the matter. Young Stcv* Griffith was led into gambling by 'thf other fellow,' as you eall hiiu, and fleeced." "I...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

Intent When the oil In a big tank at Fres no county, Cal., was flred by light ning a cannon ball was shot Into the tank and the oil ran through trenches that bad been dug for that purpose. Catarrh Invites Consumption It weaken* the delicate long tissue*, deranges the digestive organs, and breaka down the general health. It often canaes headache and dixit aeia, impairs the taste, smell and bearing, and affects the roice. Being a constitutional diacase it re> quirea a conatitutional remedy. Hood's Sarsaparitla Radically and permanently cures ca tarrh of the noso, throat, stomach, bowela, and more delicate organa. Read the testimonials. No substitute for HQod's acta like flood's. Be sure to get Hood's. " I was troubled with catarrh 20 years, fleeing statements of cures by Hood's Bar aaparllla resolved to try It. Four bottlea entirely cured me." William Bjuuui, 1030 6th St.. Milwaukee, Wis. Hood's Sarsaparitla promisee ts sure and kssps ths promise. Around the World "I have used your...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

CoLU MBIA CO URI ER Mill j. shaughnessv EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUHSCIUmON One Year, in Advance • - $1.50 Blx Months .... .75 Three Mouths .... .50 Peanuts are destined to become one of the good crops of this dis-, trict as is evidenced by the sample i crops that have been raise.l here this season. Several people who planted small patches to see how they would produce and in every instance the result has been so en couraging that larger patches will be devoted to their culture next season. Mr. Johnson, whose place iu the Garden Tracts was purchas ed this summer by Mr. Storey, planted a short row in his garden this season and Mr. Storey tells us that the crop is as good as he ever saw in the peanut growing sections j of tne south and Archie Spence, who lives down in Section Seven brought in a sample hill to this of fice this week that is positive proof that this is a good place to raise peanuts. This is a crop that is \ very profitable where irdoes well I and is not expensive ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

Co LU MB r A Co LI RI ER \KriLL J. SHAUGHNESSV EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 6n® Year, in Advance - • $1.50 Six Mouths .... .75 Three Mouths .... .50 Peanuts are destined to become otie of the good crops of this dis trict as is evidenced by the sample crops that have been raise I here this* seasoH. Several people who planted small patches to see how they would produce and in every instance the result has been so en couraging that larger patches will be devoted to their culture next season. Mr. Johnson, whose place in the Garden Tracts was purchas ed this summer by Mr. Storey, j planted a short row in his garden j this season and Mr. Storey tells us j that the crop is as good as he ever saw in the peanut growing sections j of tne south and Archie Spence, who lives down in Section Seven brought in a sample hill to this of fice this week that is positive proof that this is a good place to raise peanuts. This is a crop tint is very profitable where irdoes well! and is not ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

THE LOCAL KiELI) PROM SATURDAY S DAILY. Duncan Bros, have the fraim-of an other new resilience up. Robert Gerry is over from I\isou to day looking ufter business matters. A traveling sign writer has been do jug a good business with our business men today. Miss Jarnagin lias acceptcd the pos ition of deputy postmistress in the post office at tliis place. Today lias baen a busy one around the grain warehouse. There being more than the usual number of teams in with wheat. Ed Eddison, of Pasco, was over to day making some purchases from our business men. He lias quit railroad ing and is now a full Hedged rancher. \V. ll■ Amon, who has spent the past three weeks with his family in Waits burg returned to this place Saturday and Is again at his desk in the Kx change Hank. Postmistress Mo rain has made some j Improvements in the interior arrange- 1 ments ot the postofllce made necessary ' by the grcut increase in the business of the office. M. P. Fuller the wall paper man has received his n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

TH K 1 i' ii- \jU FROM SATURDAY S DAILY. Duncan Bros, have the frame of an other new resilience up. Robert Gerry is over from Pasco to day looking after business matters. A traveling sign writer has been do ing a good business with our business men today. Miss Jarnagin has accepted the pos ition of deputy postmistress in the post office at this place. Today has boen a busy one around the grain warehouse. There being more than the usual number ot teams in with wheat. Ed Eddlson, of I'asco, was over to day making some purchases from our business men. He lias quit railroad ing and is now a lull Hedged rancher. W. It. A raon, who has spent the past three weeks with his family in Waits burg returned to this place Saturday and is again at his desk in the Ex change Hank. Postmistress Mo rain has made some Improvements in the interior arrange ments ot the postoftice made necessary ' by the great increase in the business of the office. M. P. Fuller the wall paper man has received his new sto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

EARLY ELECTION RETURNS Roosevelt and Fairbanks Elected President and Vice President. All the Northwest States Went Strong for Republican National Ticket-New York Republican—Solid South for the Democrats —Mead Elected Governor of Wash'n. New York, Nov. 9, 2 a. m. —If Mary land has gone republican, as unofficial returns at this hour indioate, the re publican vote in the eleotoral college will be the unprecedented one of 825 for Roosevelt and Fairbanks to 151 for Parker and Davis. Not only is thisfar in exoess of MoKinley's vote, 292 in 1900, but Judge Parker's vote is four less than that given Mr. Bryan four years ago. It is praotioally certain that the republican national ticket has oarried every state in the Union; out aide of the so oalled solid south. It may take the official oount to decide Maryland. The republican majority in the next house of representatives will not be less than 50. The period of suspense that followed the dosing of the polls was not pro longed. In no election...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

OUR MOST POPULAR LADY CONTEST GOLD WATCH FREE 6)>Cr) E IIAVE decided to have a excitement this winter and to start the ball rolling we are goin - t0 g' lve awa y a Fino Gold Watch to the most Popular Lady. The Watch is on exhibition in B. G. Fuller's Window '' u an< 'i s t° l )e given to the lady who receives the greatest number of votes. The contest will bo open till six o'clock Christmas Eve. I here will be ji Coupon published in each issue of the Daily and Weekly Courier upon which the votes are to be registered. For every I' ive Cents paid into this oflice 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 Da...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 November 1904

TOILERS OF the COLUMBIA ft By Paul De Laney JL .aL Author of "Lord of the Desert." "Oreoon Sketches," a |JBU and other Pacific Coast Stories CHAPTER IX. Trouble Brewing. Seadog owned a large store. It was a sort of commissary where all tte fishermen were compelled to trade, either directly or indirectly. Those employed by Seadog had to trade with him and the others had to trade with him also, because he had platted the town and placed • proviso in the deed to all the lots which he sold to the effect that the grantee should not deal in certain merchandise. This item covered about eveiytbing. Even •piritous, venous and malt liquors were prohibited. Still there were nearly half a dozen saloons in the plaoe, but Seadog had contracts by which he re ceived, directly or indirectly, the larger per cent of the profits. He alsoowned the local cannery. Chiftfmen were worked in the place. Thcf lived at a mess house where existence on rice and spoiled fish was easy, and they worked for Seadog fo...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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