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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 November 1906

Get the habit, keep the habit Trade at Kolb's ' Phone 512 A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SILVERWARE BOTH STERLING AND BEST QUALITY QUADRUPLE PLATE. LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT. L. R. Whitglaek. Jeweler Kennewick Menhinick's Addition to Kennewick Lots and small residence tracts for sale in this choice addition. This property i* right in town and offers the chance of a lifetime. For p: ices and terms apply to THE HANSON-RICH INVESTMENT CO. Kennewick, Wash. BlaeKsmitl? SI?op French is still at the old stand prepared to shoe any burse a-goiu'. Geoeral Bla<;Kßmltl?ii)s ai)d U/orK* U/oodu/orK it) <?or)Oeotior). A. B. FRENCH Buy on Credit! this $60 Machine for $25 mm rnnn. ™ gjj™. g£ t stitch, double feed, self threading shuttle: has automatic bobbin winder and other latent improve ments. This is the ANTI TRUST MACHINE. It Is the same machine agents are askingjrou *60 for. All attachment* go with each machine. Sold for only 96 cash and 13 monthly. Write THAT for tree mMITME ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 November 1906

THE local field Friday, Nov. 9, 1906. From Saturday's Daily prof- R- A Simmons came down from Ki»n* to s P end Sunda y- The American Restaurant Is now open- G' ve us a ca "' Brown. g,, e VV. 0- King for loose alfaira bay $8 50 per ton delivered to any part of the City g , rn —To Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Neal, g a tur«i»y morning, Nov. 3rd ; a daughter. A choice lot of citrons for sale. Make the best of preserves or sauce. A. I. Smith, up Hie river. \ A.GrMM 1 ' of Afton, New York, is expected here this week to spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs. George Egbert. For nice fresh flowers for funerals, decorations and wedtlings write or tele phone Spokane Florist Co., Main 5, Spokane. jfort Johnson and wife who have living here for nearly a year, ex pect to return to the old home at f-utih erlm»«'. Nebraska. Mr. J. M. Story, of Ovvasso, Mich., > , rr jved this morning on mr extended visit to liiM son C. W. Story and fam ily While here he txpects is look over the west. Mr. and Mrs. A. H....

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 November 1906

The Trail of the TDead: «£* THE STRaN <«E EXPERIENCE * * OF DR. ROBERT HARLAND *1* By B. fLETCHER ROBINSON and J. MALCOLM ERASER (Copyright, IMS. by Jeseph B 8.w1e.) CHAPTER X. Grtden's chair toppled to the ground •• to* rose. Ir three strides he was out of the door. 1 turned to Mossel with a demand for an explanation. "W ait till Herr Graden returns," he grunted sulkily. I have the strongest objection to those silly tricks of secrecy with which the professional police endeavor to magnify their most simple discoveries. I was speaking my mind strongly on the subject when my cousin reappeared. "Hallo! what's the matter?" he asked. I explained the position, while the fat German chuckled in an oily, irritating manner. "Is not the official always the same?" said Graden, with a grim smile. "Come to the light, Robert, and I'll explain." It was certainly an ingenious discovery they had made. Upon the page upon which the ,D*ap should have rested were severalptight indentations, evidently ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 November 1906

labor is in demand IT IS SAID THE 3 RAILROADS NEED 50,000 MEN. Scarcity of Men Belaying Work on All Western Lines—Pay Reaches $2.50 a Day—Demand for Workmen Felt All Over the Country, but West Suf fers Most. From Chicago comes this report: In ability to find laborers is hampering the railroads all over the west in car rying <»ut contemplated improvements. At least 50,000 men are wanted, rail road managers say, with practically none on the market. Roads are will ing to P av us bigh as $ 2 - 50 a da y- The Western Pacific needs 8000 men; the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, 6000 to 7000 men for ita extension to the coast; the Southern Pacific, 6000 for its extension northward through Cali fornia to Portland; the Chicago & Northwestern. 4000 to 5000 men, and the North Coast line a large force for its road from Walla Walla to Seattle. In addition to new construction, nearly every western road is doubie tracking and building cutoffs and ma king similar improvements. The Northern...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 9 November 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET KENNEWICK HARNESS SHOP HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK Horse Furnishing Gocds, Whips, Oils We are prepared for the Fall and Harvest Trade with a complete stcck of all kinds of Harness and can supply your needs ir our line at as reasonable prices as can be had on Saddlery end Harness at the ruling market price. J. G. JONES, Proprietor Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. 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. -MhTEhial FLUBIING, and COAL A.4U&MWFSEN, 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 Irrigated, near Kenne wick. Choice Wheat Land, improved and U...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 November 1906

the kennewick courier VOL. V. NO. 30 § Commercial Club Interests Much Business Transacted and Annual Election Held. The Commercial Club met in regular session Tuesday night in the Club room ai.d a large number were out. Dr. F. M. Crosby, Lars Ereck sonand H. W. Des Granges were admitted to membership. Bills for $11-75 for expense in connec tion wi h the exhibit at the Spo kane Interstate Fair were allowed After some discussion it was voted that the hall should be used exclusively by the Club and not rented out to other organizations This action was necessary if the hall was to be kept in shape to be available for the use of the Club and its members at all times. J. Sercombe, of the house com mittee reported on the improve ments and furnishings for the Club room which had been made since last meeting and the committee's work was heartily approved. Mayor Sheppard reported for the Ways and Means committee that the road to the boat landing on the •pposite side of the I-land had been com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 November 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLODE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. In a rear end collision between a Salt Lake freight and Santa Fe freight, two miles south of Victonrille, Col., L. B. Gouid of Vanwert, lowa, a brake man on tiie Santa Fe, was killed. William Thaw, the young million aire, nephew of Harry Thaw, who awaits trial for killing Stanford White, will soon appear before a sheriffs grand jury to defend himself against tue charge made by his mother that he is a habitual drunkard. It was reported on reliable authority that the Mexican Central railroad has been purchased by the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific and is now a part of the Rock Island system. The official election returns as they come in cut down Governor Hoch's plurality in Kansas, but there is scarcely a possibility now that they will bring his plurality Delow 2000. Two masked men, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 November 1906

MINES and mining notes from several dis tricts OF NORTHWEST. Miners of Butte, Mont., Get Volun tary, a Big Raise of Wages—Price of Silver Goes Up—Pioneer Mining Man Dies— Big Mining Company in Gold Fields, Nev. Southern Idaho Mines. The run of the mill on the Minerva mine near Atlanta cleaned up $12,000 last month. All of the ore milled wa« taken out in the process of devtiop men t work, drifts and a raise to eon r ,ect the two tunnels. Wayue Darlington has secured a leaH e and an option for the purchase of ihe South Mountain mine in Owyhee conntv. The mine it? owned by George A c, o renson. The price named in the option is said to be $65,000. The property of the A. D. M. & R. mining company, situated in Lemhi county, has been sold to W. V. Mc- Quarrie of Denver, Col., for $350,000, and by him reorganized and Incorpor ated uuder the laws of Arizona with a capitalization of $600,000, with shares at $1 par value. Eastern Oregon Mines. A contract has been closed with a Baker City c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 November 1906

J. F. Perry Exclusive Agent for the Fechter & Rudkin Lands Kennewick, Wash. I!!? Kennewick Abstract Company FAY F. DEAN, Manager Owners of Abstracts of Title to Benton County Property KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON. The Home Company Abstracts furnished promptly at reasonable prices. We solicit your patronage. Menhinick's Addition to Kennewick l.ots and small residence tracts for sale in this choice addition. This property is right in town and offers the chance of a lifetime. For prices and terms apply to THE HANSON-RICH INVESTMENT CO. Kennewick, Wash. Ladies' Ready=Made Skirts A traveling man will be here on Nov. 23d with a full line of ladies' ready-made skirts and anyone wishing to select a skirt and have it made their size can do so by calling at my store on that date. 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. j!e Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 November 1906

THE local field Friday, Nov. 16, 1906. From Saturday's Daily Q liean d fifty-five hundredths inches frail, fc" ,)e,e th ' B w *ek. This is Ull l to almost one-fourth of the av annual rainfall. flie dance la«t night was a thoroly jpjuyahle success. The next hop will rulmbly be that given by the Wood en of the World ou Thanksgiving e vf. j he chemical fire engine recently jarcli* B^s <>y 'be council, arrived in [pod shape Thursday. A building jjllsnoii be erected on the lot back of the new bank in which to house the je»-fire apparatus. ' C- ?• Breithaupt is building a house c n property adjoining (h it of Mr. Ed. p»rmettT. The building is to be of bu"Kaloo *>rc!e r , with a wide veran ii completely encircling the building. ..Richland Advocate. At the election of officers by the Odd fellows lust Saturday night the fid- Ming were chosen: 11. H Bowers, N. y; J. A. Thornton, V. G;W. F. Son dertuuii, Ree. and Fin. Hec'y.; Chas. Conway, Treas.; H. E. Baldwin, trusbe W. L. Kiiumel, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 November 1906

The Trail of the Dead: ™ E strange experience a • OF DR. ROBERT HARLAND By ». FLETCHER ROBINSON J. MALCOLM FRASCR (Cofyrlgkt IMS, fey Jmrrli B. B«wlu) CHAPTER XII. We drew up swiftly—four hundred yards, three hundred yards, one hundred -- — And then, with a short, fierce bark •f rage, the Pole dragged out his re volver and fired. As he did so, the sharp hum of a bullet, like the buzz of an angry bee, fled over us. I ducked my head at the sound; but I give myself the credit of saying that I poked it up again the next moment. "May the fiend grip him, but he has n Mauser pistol!" cried Reski, and I saw that the weapon In his own hand was of the common bulldog make. "At this tango I can do nothing against him." He lashed his horses, and they plunged gallantly forward. Pcould see that Mar nac had stopped his sleigh.and was cud dling his weapon with a perfect cool ness. Even at that distance I seemed •e feet the goggling murder in his eyes. JKp! sip! He had missed again! Thung! I saw one ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 November 1906

The Kidneys tbcy are weak ' torpid - or sta E nQ nt. system suffers. Don't neglect ** at tbis tin» e - but heed the warning or ISC^ c l J i n g bac k, the bloatfd face, the sallow . w ion, the urinary disorder, and begin at once with Hood's Sarsaparilla Sicb contains the bust and safest curative usual liquid form or in chocolated jjblets known as Sarsatabs. 10<J doses $1. -L DOUGLAS »3.50& $ 3.00 Shoes . " PEST in the world VLOoogte $4 Gill Edge shoes, $6 to tI.BO. Boys' Shoes, $3 Women's Shoes. $4-00 to JI.BO. children's Shoes. $2.90 to f 1.00. I, Douglas Women's, Misses and shoes; for style, fit and wear they excel other makes. r g | could take you Into my large fctortesat Brockton, Mass.,and show Jjg how carefully W.L. Douglas shoes « node, you would then understand rivtbey hold their shape, fit better, Ja longer, and are of greater value ten toy other make. (LJer yen Hve, you am obtain W. L. iiZdsKboM. Hi* name and price U stamped which protects you against high !L gad in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 16 November 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET 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 k'pds of Harness ard can supply your needs ir our line at as reasonable prices as can be had on Saddlery &nd Harness at the ruling tnaiket price. J. G. JONES, Proprietor St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. I Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant j in the World I 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, rOSTS, 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 Irrigated, near Kenne wiek. Choice Wheat Land, improved and Unimproved. - If you are lookihg for anything in any of these lines , it will pay you to cull on or write to MOORE, GIEZENTANNE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 November 1906

VOL. V. NO. 31 G. t Taylor's House Burns. Building and Contents a Total Loss Tlie residence and house ho'd g„ods of G. W Taylor living one ml ] e east of Finley were burned Saturday mo ning at 5 oclock. The loss aggregates about Si2oo, one half of which was covered b> in surince. The family ha 1 ari en early to cotue to town where Mr. Taylor ff as to assist I). L. Taylor in deliv ering trees. After the kitchen fire was built the lamp wa> 1* ft 011 'lie table while itiey were busv in ano'.her room getting th>- children ready to «o. Sadd nly they heard an expl siun and throwing u.e door open found the room all ab'aze. They est aptd themselves but n tiling could be because the fire spread so rapidly. Rails Soon to Go Down. Wren and Greenough have re opened Cmp 3 near Emigh's ramhand are making up a finish ing gang io g< t the Po tland and Seatt'e grade ready for laying steel. No great length of time will be re quired to get re4dy for the track laving crew. With ain )derti t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 November 1906

FORTY-ONEDROWNED TWO STEAMERS IN COLLISION ON PUGET SOUND. Bteamer Jeannie Strikes the Steamer Dix and Latter Disappears—Cause of Accident was a Misunderstanding of Signals—Water Was Smooth as Millpond—Jeannie Was Not Injured. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 29. —In a collis ion between the steamship Jeannie, be longing to the ...aska Coast company. Captain P. H. Mason, and the Puget sound steamer Dix, belonging to the Alki Point Transportation company, 41 people were drowned Sunday night. There were 70 pasengers on board. " The cause of the accident was a mis understanding of signals. The Jeannie struck the Dix on her starboard side just abaft midships, and keeled her over. She filled with water, then right ed and went down stern first, sinking within five minutes of the time of the collision. The Dix was on aer way to Port Blakeley from Seattle, and the Jeannie was going from Smith Cove to Tacoma to unload ore for the smelter. List of missing: Albert McDury, lumber surveyor. Pigott, filer. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 November 1906

60MB IN CATHEDLAL terrible EXPLOSION IN ST. PETER'S, ROME, ITALY. Belief in Some Quarters That Anar chists Planned to Assassinate Pope —Big Panic in Cathedral—As If by Miracle, All Escape Injury and Great Structure Is Not Damaged. Rome, Nov. 19. —The outrages of the desperate anarchist band now terror izing Italy reached a climax Sunday morning in a bomb explosion in St. Peter's cathedral, at the Vatican, just at the conclusion of the morning mass. It is a miracle that hundreds were not traru?Jed to death m me wml stam pede to teave the great church Imme diately after the explosion. The ex plosion made a thunderous report, which echoed and reverbrated in the immense auditorium with a deafening volume of sound. The church imme diately filled with smoke. The nave was crowded with worshipers, among whom were many women, and an in describable panic developed. Men shouted wildly that the roof was fall ing and without heed for others rush ed madly toward the exits. The ut most confusion p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 November 1906

Don't forget that You can Save 25 to 35 per cent on everything you buy here Don't lake our word lor it but come in and satisfy yourself. Wear' l selling everything at cost and a great many things below cost. Get what you want before it is too late. Things are going fast. SCOTT & CO Outfitters for Men KENNEWICK The Home Company Abstracts furnished promptly at reasonable prices. We solicit your patronage. Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. Menhinick's Addition to Kennewick Lots and small residence tracts for sale in this choice addition. This property is right in town and offers the chance of a lifetime. For prices and terms apply to THE HANSON-RICH INVESTMENT CO. Kennewick, Wash. D. W. McCoy DRAY and TRANSFER Particular attention given to Baggage and Express work. Prompt service and reasonable prices. Headquarters at Anderson's Store Phone 312 BlaeKS'ft'tt? Styop Fre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 November 1906

the local field 'Friday- Nov. 23, 1906 From Saturday's Daily . r (jrifteth yesterday s .Id twenty the valley to H A. Hover. * r c<>ttnia» of Garfield, purchased L'luta lying west of the White Star 11 i„. throiiuh Hanson A Rich v Kn«» tz :m nore t,aot ,)f <' Staser the first of the week itteine> , l " , j lies «est of Hettinger's place and price was $7oU. ~h n l ucasand H. N. h inciter. who ' gin-en employed at Watson's waiv „ t-v 1 adin? wheat into cars at kitifPt ° ,c c , , ~ for C. A. Dandy (o. j I Higg' ns :l "d M a, "l 'at • sister, Mi-s Nora Reardon. are re- Irnii'B ,0 lt,eir Ht Winston, J'ltuima. Mr. Hi trains has been Derating a shovel for Wren & (irfuougli for several months, (i H. M 'ttinger was up from his pncli 20 miles s utli of Kennewick jiei'da}'- He was "tUkleder than a dagwitb a nosegay tied to his tail" ve r Travis'elec'ion and proud of Ex foil's vote of 18 for him to 2 for H*rper About a dozrn young people were * rV pleasantly entertained by Miss Ir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 November 1906

The Trail of the Bead: THE STRANGE EXPERIENCE OF DR. ROBERT HARLAND By B. FLETCHER ROBINSON and J. MALCOLM ERASER (Copyright 1905, by Joseph B. Bowles) CHAPTER Xlll.—(Continued.) Friday, Nov. 27. —I have quite an im portant piece of news to-day, Mr. Diary. So no more grumbles, please, about your having sunk into a weather report. Yes, sir, I have met a stranger—fancy that — a visitor, in the winter, at Polleven! Mr. Hermann—for that is his name —has been a dabbler in science, he tells me, all his life. I shall snare him be fore long and lay my spoil in triumph at father's feet. Since the weather has been so bad, it has been very lonely for him indoors, poor dear, with only ignor ant me for company. I am certain Mr. Hermann will be just the man for him. A good stiff talk will brighten him up won derfully. I chanced upon him this afternoon. He was struggling along the cliff edge in the teeth of the wind. His age should be about sixty, but he is very well pre served. He is clean-shaven...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 November 1906

Hood's Sarsaparilla r p»ssed other medicines, in merit, Jjls'nid cures .. -nccess. ereat as it has been, has ap «rentlT onl ' üßt be * un- —spired by actual count more than JLjittoonialsin two years. j«.« the blood, cures all blood dis- U ' »11 humors and all eruptions. "**'trenrtbens the stomach, creates an 11 rite and builds up the whole system. •ppeu feeling and makes tha ]| fUrc® b " —l|k itrear ■ ijqnid form or in chocolated tablets Jli'asSarsatabs. ioo doses $L Dancing Instructions rrfMM yet IV [Mi thorough course written in structions (book / let form) on the // H f aril eorrec t dancing / / • jLa ie *altz and II rt IwlV two-step; ?very /I- {, CyhjlL movement illus- I* I || ' trated and e x - n . In ordering, state whether |nriC6f for lady or gentleman, published by Neolian Academy of Dancing, Spokane, Wash. Reference: L. <i. Monroe, .--ecretary of Spo kane Chainl>er of Commerce. Industry waits closely upon legisla tion. Already Western farmers are considering the plant...

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