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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 23 November 1906

MARKET KENNEWICK HARNESS SHOP HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK Horse Furnishing Qocds, Whips, Oils We are prepared for the Fall and Harvest Trade with a complete stock of all kinds of Harness and can supply >onr needs in our line at as reasonable pi ices as can be had on Saddlery and Harness at the ruling market price. J. G. JONES, Proprietor St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant I 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 FLUiMING, 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 bargai in 10 or 20 acres Irrigated, near Kenne wick. Choice Wheat Land, improved and Unimproved. If you are lookihg for anything in any of these lines it will pay you to call on or write to MOORE, GIEZENTANNER & CRESSWELL KENNEW...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 November 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER V'Oli V. NO 82 Citizens Nominate. For Mayor LAWRENCE E JOHNSON For Cou c lmen . A. BIER W. A. HA WES For T e .surer bEN KNAPP For Police Judge GEO F RIC■ iARI>bON The sb >ve is the ticket placed in nomination at the Citizens Conven tion Friday night in Anion's H til. The caucus was largely attended a r.d all sections of the town were OU t in full force. Niuty vote* \ere cast in the vote for Mayor. to yesterday very little interest jastakeu iu town politics bur the pot began to boil during the day and the large numer of men 011 ilie street in the early evening indicat jdlhat something was doing. At tie hour of caucus the ball was picked and the S. R. O. sign stood out in big letters. The caucus organized by elect ing George F. Richardson chair man. The chair appointed W. F. Sonderrmn aud L. W. Soth tellers tocountthe vote. It was deter mined the vote should be by ballot. The question of who was entitled to vote then came up for consi !er tble discussion. H...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 November 1906

The Trail of the Dead: fef* ™ E STRANGE EXPERIENCE # ® Of DR. ROBERT HARLAND By B. FLETCHER ROBINSON and J. MALCOLM ERASER 'C*Wrl|ht 1805. by Joseph B. Bowles) CHAPTER XIV.— (Continued.) He was 011 old man, and It was worth the effort. Hut a* I sprang towards him, he whipped out a revolver from his pock et. and 1 shrank away from the black fin# pointed at my chest. "Such folly is not what I should have expected from Miss Weston," he con tinued. "Should you cause me tQ kill you, 1 shall certainly not spare your fath er. And why shouid two suffer for the fault of one'/" "How am I to know that even If I accept this that you offer, you will let him go unharmed?" i cried. "On my word of honor, I will not hurt a hair of his head." "Your word of honor!" "Do you doubt m£, mademoiselle?" he •houted, daring up into another burst of passion. "I come of an honorable house, a house that served its kings in many wars before the Revolution de atroyed us. I am no pig of a German; I am a Marnac of T...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 November 1906

Blood Humors rommonty cause pimples, boils hives eczema it rheum, or some other form of erup *' 86 but sometimes they exist in the system. tadJcated hy feelings of weakness, languor. ' D of appetite. or C pneral debility, without any breaking out Hood's Sarsaparilla expels them, renovates, tremrthens and tones the whole system. ® . js is the testimony of thousands annually. Accept no substitute, but insist on havins ) Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets lnown as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $L HINDUS SUFFER FROM COLD. At Grand Forks, B. C., Many SucciAnb to Frost's Effects. Grand Forks, B. C.—According to re ports hunureds oi Hindus employed in tjie construction camps of the Kettle Valley lines on the north fork of the Kettle river are in desperate straits, owing to the excessive cold weather. The stalwart brown men wear thin clothing characteristic of British In dia which affords no protection against the keen frost in evidence here. A number are already dead ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 November 1906

Don't forget that You can Save 25 to 35 per cent on everything you buy here Don't take our word for it but come in and satisfy yourself. We are selling everything at cost and a great many things below cost. Get what you want btlore it is too late. Things are going fast. SCOTT & CO Outfitters for Men KENNEWICK Valley Barn and Dray Line E. W. KITT, Proprietor LIVERY GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES We do our own work and guarantee prompt service and fair treatment. Phone 143. H!5 Kennewick Abstract Company FAY F. DEAN, Manager Owners of Abstracts of Title to Benton County Property KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON. The Home Company v Abstracts furnished promptly at reasonable prices. We solicit your patronage. LOANS! LOANS! If you want to secure time loans on improved irrigated or wheat lands it will pay you to consult H. C. MITCH AM GRAPE VINES PEACH TREES PEAR TREES We have the best varieties. Also Raspberries, Blackberries, Logan berries at wholesale prices. A No. 1 European variety of drape...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 November 1906

THE LOCAL FIKLD p r ,*day» Nov* 30, 1906 ' From Saturday's Daily ure with Carl Vertrees. A (Julli.hhv Ims I"S interest partner E. I). lor win. b n>w sole owner and pio- Xh >r»toii mi" purr.ased the ,„f i.is toother Fra"k A. in I lie 0 f tl.e Feebler iV liudkin (r.l^- e ' ' fl ,rniee fresli flowers for funerals, rations and weddings write or telc- Spokane Florist Co., Main •"», .jwkane. Mr- ®'° vrr ' ias pl,:t '' ia •,„v tract lying just east of t lie Port- Seattle ami apjoining the tract ' Iready owns. She will probably ber home there. y r 811( j Mrs. J. B Haydon are down m farmington on account of the ({knessof jheirson Guy J. Hay don. W wlll remain for an extended visit Haydon is also here on account jjjis brother's illness. From Monday's Daily Vertrecs' companies are all right, j p.,you know the football signals? The rich folks are buying turkeys. Whitelock is getting ready for Curistmas. jlr?. Al IJa*kel! and children left yiiig.it for Elgin, Ore., on a visit to littivei. ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 November 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT. DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Mayor Eugene Schmitz of San Fran cisco has arrived home from his visit in Europe. Commander R. E. Peary and Mrs. Peary left Sydney for New York by rail Monday. Samuel Gompers was reelected pres ident of the American Federation of Labor last Saturday. George W." Cable, the novelist, and Miss Eva C. Stevenson of Lexington, Ky., were married recently. Andrew Carnegie has offered the city of Baltimore $500,000 for the erec tion of 20 new branches of tne Enoch Pratt free library. John Heimstreet, who was 101 years old last January, died at the Chicago home for incurables Saturday. He was born at Rome, New York, in 1805. Miss Harriet Harger of Fontlac, Mich., was killed and 16 other persons injured Saturday, when an electric freight car crashed into the rear end of a suburban electric car n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 November 1906

VICTORY 18 YALE'S HARVARD downed by final SCORE OF 6 TO 0. jt Was a Desperate Battle From Start t0 Finish —Has Had Few Equals Since Two Universities Have Met— Yale Champions of the Country- Other Important College Games. k* ew Haven, Nov. 25. —Yale's bright blue banners wave triumphantly over the city. lhe signal of another victory o ver Harvard, the final score being 6to 0- 1 116 crimson went down to de feat in a desperate battle, which in football strategy and spectacular plays has had feW e( l uals sinc e the two uni versities have met. To Vale passed the almost undis puted title of the college championship of the country, clouded only by the drawn no score contest with Princeton a week ago. A victory for the crimson would have meant first honors beyond question, for she had beaten the Carl isle Indians, who last week won from Minnesota, and who also had defeated the University of Pennsylvania, the conquerors of the of Michi gan. For this reason, if for no other, the game on Yale...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 30 November 1906

KENNEWICK MARKET Wm. Dircksen, Prop. KENNEWICK HARNESS SHOP HARNESS, SADDLERY, LEATHER WORK Horse Furnishing Goods, Whips, Oils We are prepared f >r the Fall and Harvest Trade with a complete stock of all knds 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, Proprieto- St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant I in the World I If you are contemplating building or improving your property in any way, <lo 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 1U or 20 acres Irrigated, near Kenne wick. Choice Wheat Land, improved and Unimproved. If you are lookihg for anything in any of these lines it will pay you to call on or write to MOORE, GI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 December 1906

THE KENNEWICK COURIER V. NO. 83 $50,000 in Five Years In the Kcnnewicß Valley where Fortunes are Made in Half a Decade f,B. WILLIAMS' HAY AND FRUIT RANCH PROVES VERY PROFITABLE INVESTMENT, BRINGING URGE RETURNS IN SHORT TIME. The hoy and fruit ranch owned by W. B. Williams of N\,rth Yaki ma, and located in Section 7, one iqd one-half miles south ofKenne fick, is one of the signally suc jessful and profitable ranches of I ibis rapidly growing and prosper ous irrigated regou. The story ot this fortune making-farm ruus like this: Mr. Williims, who is connected irith the Yakima Milling Co., has lived in the Yakima valley for more than 20years, and is thoroly famil iar with the cond tions. About 12 tears ago he bought this 160 acres comprising the ranch for a very lominal sum. It is not given out what he paid for it, bui homesteads «e then selling lor $250 to $500. iev. J. H. Wood bought one for Jjoo. It is natural to suppose that Williams did not pay a dollar more than be had to. At tha...

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

WORK OF ARMED MOB BURNED TOBACCO PLANTS AT PRINCETON, KENTUCKY. Loss Is Estimated at $170,000 —Mob Numbered About 300 Men—Seized and Disarmed Night Watchman, Then Applied the Torch—Forced Firemen Away. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 3.—A special from Princeton, Ky., says: The to bacco stemmeries of John Steger and John G. Orr, the latter controlled by the Imperial Tobacco company of New York, were destroyed by a fire, kindled by a mob of masked men. The loss is estimated at $170,000. The mob, which numbered about 300 men, entered Princeton between one and two o'clock, seized the night mar shall and disarmed him. They then went to the factory and quickly ap plied the torch. The masked men stood on guard, permitting nobody to come near while the buildings were enveloped in flames and help was useless. A squad of the mob took charge of the telephone of fice and no word of the affair was per mitted to go out. When the mob saw that the fire was beyond control they left the town, go ing in the dir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 December 1906

3SLP. i"- T r For HlnKlnK Hogg. A ringing trap for hogs is a necessity # n many farms, and the accompanying jketch shows a good form. The frame rf trap is two inch by four Inch pieces, P. D. and D., lapped and bolted at torners as shown, and a tight smooth door. Also side and top boards are eolldly nailed to inner edge of the (Tame, as shown, making a strong crate from which boards cannot be crowded off, Rear end Is fitted with slide door to raise up as Indicated by dotted line V. Front end has a door, AA, made 0 f two thick, strong boards on Inside cross cleats at top and bottom. A, A, Is Joined at bottom by two strong binges to frame D, and held up when In use by the Iron clamp F, being plac ed down over top of door and frame, D. Door has a central opening B, be low which are several bolt holes, for fastening an iron lever, C. The top of joor also has wide cleat. E, bolted at one end with blocks behind to hold It out from door, so the other end will form a guide for lever C, which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 December 1906

Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. Sell Hats? I should say we do! Buy your goods of Mrs. He rd where everything is fresh and new. Cost any more? I should say not! Kver\ thirg goes at co t now until Spring goods arrive. Give us a trial and see wliat we can do for you. Mrs. M. Heard The ANTLERS HOTEL BEST IN THE CITY Adjacent to depot. Special attention to commercial and transient ti ade. Sample room. Rates reasonab'e. WE MEET ALL TRAINS MRS. A- BELL, Proprietor KENNEWICK, WASH. Buy on Credit! this $60 Machine for $25 FREIGHT PREPAID. I* J 8 * high-arm, drop bead, ball bearing, look t stitch, double feed, self threading shuttle: haa automatic bobbin winder and other laie»-t inipro\ e ments. This is the ANTI TRUST MACHINE. It ii the same machine agents are asking you JfiO for. All attachmentsro with earh machine. Sold for only fo cash and (S monthly. Write TODAT for free F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 December 1906

T [[E local field Friday, Dec. 7, 1906 From Saturday's Daily Insure with Carl Vertrees. vvi " move i,lto t,ie building Monday. I g Halverann is suffering from a dis- of the shoulder. fl or „_To Mr. a,,( ' M |X - Clia*. Lnm jj.,vfinlK*r 22m<1, a daughter. WANTED— Girl to learn sew'ng. Mrs. J. F. Shafer. H C GrifFand family have arrived fmni Bp»kaiieand settled near Fill ley. Lara Erickson is moving into liis place north of the track, the old Potter tract today. George E. Fin ley and crew will be gin grain's? for the side tracks at F .11- ley- Monday. John H-Gravens'und has purchased the Arie Hover place and will rent it after December 15. Mrs. B. H. D iy is making an extend ed visit in Tac tin t which will last un til after Christmas. Jlort Johnson writes from Suther f land. Nebraska," l hat it is cold there gud heisaclimate.l staying by the tire. El Franen of Finley, made this of fice* pleHsa .t cill today and put up his money for the house hold necessity The Courier. A. H. Jarna...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 December 1906

The 1 rail of the Bead: <&#«. THE STRftNCE experience a * Of DR. ROBERT HARLAND Bj B. FLETCHER RO3INSON and J. MALCOLM FRASER (Copyright, 1905, by Joseph B. Bowles) CHAPTER XVl.—(Continued.) And so. her story ended, the brave girl passed into the house, while we dashed away in pursuit. My cousin stuck to his work most manfully; but age will tell, and I was a minute to the good when I stumbled into the parlor of the inn. They had not seen Mr. Hermann, they told me, since lunch-time; perhaps he was down at his boat. '"Boat—what boat?" I gasped. "Why, zur, said the landlord's wife, grinning at my eagerness, "the guid gen tleman be mighty vond o' zailing, an' he hath hired Mark Pennyfold's noa trawl er, the Agnes Jane, for a matter o' two months. And now I comes to think on it, I did hear Mary aay as how he an' his eun were going out with Malster Her mann betwixt dree an' your o'clock." I ran down the narrow street towards the quay, between the quaint old cot tages, with their fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 December 1906

Rheumatism of tlie constitutional diseases, it "J* ' tself in loWil ach6S and P 81 " 8 - - i" 591 "' . j o ints and stiff muscles,—but It inflam t cu red by local applications. 6111110 riir« 3 constitutional treatment, and . iq a course of the great blood puri ihg DCS* ia . jj.g.od tonic mc-dicine Hood's Sarsaparilla b neutralizes the acidity of the blood InTbnilds up the whole system. usual liquid form or in chocolated ybletsknown as Sarsatabs. 100doses|1. Is pope to Leave the Vatican. The state railroad department has decided to reconstruct the pope's rail v carriage. This car has not been * j gince IS7O. It is a special car- JLe with gilded angels at the four niers. Inside there is a portable tar a nd the upholsterings are of *hite velvet. This news is comment , upon with much interest and people ye wondering if it means that the pe is about to leave the Vatican. Whoever uplifts civilization is rich though he die penniless, and future generations will erect his monument. RHEUMATI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 7 December 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 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 raatket price. J. G. JONES, Proprietor St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Largest Lumber Manufacturing Plant | 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. Our Line of Groceries Is well worth your thoughtful attention. Our delivery service is prompt. Our aim is to please. If anything turns out wrong, kindly let us know. We will be pleased to* make it right. BREAD, PIES, CAKES and COOKIES, home baked, fresh every day. "The kind your mother used to make." HAWES & SCHOCH LOANS IN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

The Kennewick Courier VOL. V, NO. 34 rfessor W. D. Lyman to Campaign for An Open River. jfi vigorous citnpaign which the Sga Wa la Commercial Club will Ljuct to awaken the people of ihe j the necessity of passing a fclipp opriating $300,000 for the L-ovem> nt of the Columbia ai.d rivers in Washington will be tgeext week. ' professor W. D. Lyman of Whit en college was selected by the -amotion committee of the club L morning to start out next Tues j an d visit all the prin ipal cities joutheasteru a ;d eastern Wash jton and axouse them to dematid |of their representatives that the ,{rbe opened and eastern Wasli jton made independent iu the itterof freight rates. fheoomtnercial bodies all over ([State will be asked by the vVal -1 Valla club to call special meet pto con ider the open river ustion and Prciessor Lymm will flress these meetings and show [picturing conditions in the In- Empire that an open river will iof immense benefit to the sta'e. It is thought that Professor Ly- B ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

NEWS OF THE W! S HQRTkDISPATCHES FBOH ALL PARTSIOF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Brigaaier ueneral Wint has Deeu as signed to command the troops in Cuba. The fuel famine in northwestern Da kota has assumed serious proportions. The supreme court of the United States will be asked to pass on the con stitutionality of the eight labor law. The entire business section of San Sara, Tex., was wiped out by fire re cently. The loss aggregates $100,000, partly insured. Judge Church, at Anamosa, lowa, quashed indictments against F. E. Sny der, the Ohio banker, charged with fraudulent banking. At Prairie Du Roche, 111., the 13 year old son of William Blow shot and kill ed his 7 year old sister accidentally while playing with a gun. At Springfield, 111., Bishop Seymour died recently. The deceased was a noted ecclesiastical writer and Episco pal bishop of Springfield since 1879. E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

ROUTE OF NEW ROAD CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE J ST. PAUL TO THE COAST. Will Be About 2000 Miles in Length— Will Be Completed to Butte by Janu ary, 190S—Line Complete a Year Later —official Route Is Made Pub lic Branch to Spokane and Tacoma. The following official announcement is made from Chicago concerning the route to be taken by the new Pacific coast line of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad. The new line, it is estimated, will be about 200 miles in length and it is said that it will be completed to Butte, Mont., by Janu ary 1. 1908. and that trains will be in operation over the entire line one year later. Contracts have been let for the construction work and track has been laid from Glenham, S. D., to a point about 20 miles west of the Missouri river. The road will cross the Missouri riv er 12 miles west of Glenham and then for about 40 miles follow the line ef Oak creek and its tributaries and then parallel the line between North and South Dakota for about 50 miles. The sta...

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