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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

Christmas Bargains For Next Ten Days e want your Christmas patronage ami we're I willing to make it worth vour while. No need of -- 11* g walking over tin* entire town to find a suitable gift. II Here you ran find it. Tin* lloston store is your H friend along pock»*tbook lin<-s and you ean proYe it. | Save half your Christmas shopping l)ill by getting | gifts here. From the following partial 1 i-t of suit- I ahle gifts make out your Christmas selections and p hring in as soon as possible. For Gentlemen For Ladies For Everybody H Mayer Shoes Fine Dres fc Skirt Box of Applts if Suit of Clothes i doz. Fancy Hat Pins Jhs Candy New Style Hat Brooches, Barrettes •> !bs. Nuts 8 Necktie 1 yd. Silk Hair Raisins N Overcoat Ribbon Our Splendid Coffee |= 1 doz. Linen Collars i doz. pairs Fancy Our Best Breakfast P§ 1 do/.. Handkerchiefs Hose l oud \l 1 doz. Dress Shirts » Novelties Our Superior IJ 12 yds. Material Crackers and II for Dross Wafi rs 1 (inner Set Water Set 2 Fancy Waists H G...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

THE local field Friday, Dec. 14, 1906 From Saturday's Daily C 0. A'»d erMOn made a business trip yesterday. p.,en—To Mr. and Mrs. Wash Het llnger this morning, a 10-pound daugh ier- j a. Thornton is spending a few in North Yakima visiting his p*re" tH - A. gpeuce is putting up a fine resi dence on his lots in the south part of town. A. B. E'y, <he colon iter, lias return ed from a business trip to the Sound eiiies and Portland. Merchants report the Christmas trails is begining early this year and the holiday business will be large. Grover, the adjuster of tb# Citizens ofMi«" uri '"here settling the G. W. T:*yl° r Are l° ss 011 his residence and contents. All the grades of the public s hool w i 11 assemble in the new building next Monday. The furniture and books are being moved over today. T F.Howard, of Pendleton, a farmer business partner of F. A. Swindle uii derthe firm name of Howard & Swin gle, Architects, is in town on business. George B>i:um,of Whitebird, Idaho, bus ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

The Trail of the Dead: # THE STRANGE EXPERIEKCE * i Of DR. ROBERT HARLAND By B. FLETCHER ROBINSON and J. MALCOLM FiIASER (Copyright. 1903. fey Joseph B. Bowies; CHAPTER XVlll.—(Continued.) I do not know how we lived through that first furious hour. Isaac Trelierne made no second mistake, hut crouched •t the tiller, tricking the succession of great seas that swung upon us out of the throbbing blackness. Stung by passing hailstorms, drenched to the skin, and ach ing with cold, 1 toiled with a tin panni kin. baling, baling until my back creaked with stiffness and my hands could scarce ly feei the handle. Graden and the sail or worked beside me, so that we man aged to keep the water under. Now and again a slit in the rushing dark above u-s showed me Marnac lying by the steers man's side. Was he alive or dead? I did not know, nor did I stay my labor to make inquiry. The daylight came at last, the God given light for which all poor mariners must pray in their hours of danger. With it came...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

üBlE BQUE AT gridiron club. „ Maaoon on Red Hot Stove— fi° vern ° Ro osevelt a Guest. Kington, Dec. 9.—With the " t and vice president, the am preS dors from Italy, Great Britain, WSS e a a an d japan, the speaker of the B aSSl ' o f representatives, senators, rep aratives in congress and many of f® B6 " t captains of industry present, Ae f«entv-third annual dinner of the <** * clud tonight at the New Wil marked the high tifle of the club ' s hievements. Satire, burlesque and leht comedy were the dominating stra in the most successful dinner club of Washington cor espondents has ever given. There r e sharp contrasts, the tribute to T«d members of the club abutting losely np° n a burlesque Cuban revo f t ion and an exemplification of what happens in the "lawn tennis cabinet," which meets with the president every j aV Sunday excepted. jn the Cuban burlesque, a member 0 f the club impersonated Governor Magoon of Cuba. Sitting on a red hot stove, he "held down the lid," while the clu...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

KENNEWICK. MARKET FRESH MEATS OF AI.L FkFSH FISH EVERY 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 end Harness at the ruling market price. J. G. JONES, Proprietor 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, TOSTS, 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 mak...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

Supplement to THE KENNEWICK COURIER, Friday, Dec. 14, 1906. PROCEEDINGS The County Commissioners met J in Prosser October ist. All of the ! members present. C. A. Holder made application ! for the refund of $10.60 taxes on : personal property on account of! double assessment. Treasurer is I ordered to refund. Upon written statement of the | deputy assessor that $18.38 taxes' were erroneously assessed against West )/> Sec. 31, Tp. 11, North R 25K., belonging to B \V. Yiles, the treasurer is ordered to refund the amount on surrender of the re ceipt. It is orderer that $5.75 for taxes 011 personal property paid by Harry Smith, of Fin ley, Wash., be refunded to him by the treasurer for the reason that property against which said taxes are levied is exempt from taxation and should have been so indicated on the assessment rolls. Tt is ordered, all members of the board concurring, that the salary of the Game Warden of Benton County be fixt at $75 per month for October, November and Dece...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 December 1906

Supplement to THE KENNEWICK COURIER, Friday, Dec. 14, 1906. No other iravel-book tells as much about the Great Northwest as "Wonderland 1906" Its chapters deal with Puget Sound, the Columbia River, the Quentiu Indians, the Bitterroot Range of Montana, the Yellowstone National Park. SEND IT TO YOUR EASTERN FRIENDS There's nothing better as a guide to the splendid conntry between the Mississippi and the tide waters of the Pacific. Send six cents for a copy or send the six cents with the addrtss of the friend to whom "Wonderland 1906" is to be mailed, to A. M. CLELAND, Gen. Pass'gr Agent St. Paul, Minn. Northern Pacific Railway J Three Trains Daily in each direction between St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Superior and the GREAT PACIFIC NORTHWEST Get the habit, keep the habit Trade at Kolb's Phone 512 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. I ?' | Kennewick Transf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

The Kennewick Courier V'OL. v. NO. 35 River Business on the Increase A renewed interest is being tak en iu the Open River movement since the public have been inform edof the results attained during the present year. During this period about 6o thousand sacks of grain w ere transported to the sea-board by ihe water lines from points on the Columbia River between Hover andCtlilo. Of this amount 32 sacks were rhipt from Hover, the balance from points in Klickitat Couuty on the North baukand Gilliam County on the South bank of the river. The Portage ioad was over-taxed, un able to meet the demands of the two steameis operating. As soon as possible this road will be built, the 3 lemaining miles between the present terminus and The Dalles When this connection is completed it will be impossible even with the increased number of steamers and the exceedingly large tonnage that wilfdevelop in the coming season, toblokade the road. Hundreds of tons of inerchandie have been dis tributed in East...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

NEWSIOF 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. King Oscar is seriously ill. Another attempt on the life of Ad miral Dubassoff, ex-governor general of Moscow, Russia, was made Saturday afternoon, but he escaped with slight injuries. Notices have been posted at all cot ton mills in Lowell, Mass., of a five per cent increase in wages to go into effect on Monday. About 17,000 opera tives are affected. Members of the house and senate have been denied more salary by a vote of 188 to 106, but house speaker and vice president will draw $12,000 yearly, also cabinet members. Governor Magoon of Cuua has issued a decree directing all rural guardsmen to be especially vigilant in arresting all persons bearing arms without li cense. Another gubernatorial decree provides for the expenditure of $326,- 000 for sanitation in various towns throughout ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

[RANCEANB church ABENDS OF FRANCE'S FUN \ GATHER AT VATICAN. Garrison of City Called Out to Disperse It—Hem in Streets—Dem onstrators Friendly to France Cry -Down With the Vatican"—Uproar Continues Until Late in the Evening. gome, Dec. 17. —Thousands of dem- friendly to France and of jjtlvatlcan tendencies, gathered Sun jjy night in the plaza adjoining the palace, the seat of the French jjibassy, in an endeavor to express Measure at France's action toward the church. The whole garrison of Rome was em- Joyed to disperse the demonstrants jud to protect the Vatican, which is grounded by cavalry, and the bridges fltbe apostolic palace are barricaded troops. All the streets leading to jj e palace Farnez are protected by ioldiers with fixed bayonets. F°rm Mock Possession. The demonstrators, lea by a dozen radical socialists and republican mem- of the chamber of deputies, in tituling Prince Borghesi, after vainly to break the cordon, pro rided themselves with candles and formed into a mock...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

No other iravel-book tells as much about the Great Northwest as "Wonderland 1906" Its chapter* deal with Pucet Sound, the Columbia River, the Quentiu Indians, (.lie Bitterroot Range of Montana, the Yellowstone I-aiicnal Park. SEND IT TO YOUR EASTERN FRIENDS There's nothing better as a guide to thesp'endid country between the Mississippi and the tide waters of the Pacific. Stnd six cents for a copy or herd the six cents with the address of the friend to whom "Wonderland 1906" is to be mailed, to A M. CLELAND, Gen. Tass'gr Agent St. Paul, Minn. Northern Pacific Railway Three Trains Dailv in each direction between St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dnluth, Superior and the GREAT PACIFIC NORTHWEST Don't forget to come and see what what we can do for you in the line of Holiday Goods Dolls, Books, China and Toys of all kinds. Everything goes at cost from now until the first of the year in order to make room for Spring Goods. And, just think! With every $5 purchase you are entitled to a beauti ful pic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

IllK LOCAL FIELD Friday, Dec. 21, 1906 I From Monday's Daily * fj>l, e sun shone today. j p. Walker is at Milton, Ore. L. Cireenough wr.s in town ye*. (fltlfi'- Will Donley and family have moved pGi'iit)gt'r fOll SALE - An organ, good as new. jj.juire Courier office. sixteen above zero yesterday niorn lnj is the coldest registered yet this Jliss Louise Sags void has deen visit ing ber sister Mrs. Ida Washburn the 1 i, s t waek. A. Cochran, who was sick a day f tuo with threatened pneumonia is p)und again. attorney C O. Anderson is in Walla Ihilla trvii.'/» the Schwindier-Two hirers case. g. D- IVckenpaugh of Kennewick,' shaking bands with friends in Itvru this week.—Rosalia Citizen. Mrs. Laura Fifer os Kennewick, uti jer*ent a surgical operation at the H'jilla Walla hospital yesterday. Wal bWalla Union. |Mr. Frank Hendrick, of La (Jrande, ire., h mining man, is here looking! liter Ids land in Section 7and visiting g. C- Ruck man and family. Mrs. M- Heard has a stock of holi jay g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

The Trail of the "Dead: «&« THE STRANCE EXPERIENCE i ® Of DR. ROBERT HARLAND Br B. FIfTCHER ROBINSON u< J. MALCOLM r RASED (Copyright 1905. by Jos«pti B. Bowles) CHAPTER XX.—(Continued.) The Irishman vanished and again came the murmur of voices. Then he reap peared, unlocking the grating and de scending the ladder. At the edge of the hole I could see the faces of several members of the crew and caught the gleam of drawn kuives. Evidently they did not trust us. When it was over, we followed Blake op the ladder and waited quietly while he laid out Graden's revolver and our few belongings on the flap of a central table behind which the captain was standing. A short speech by the worthy, and tho Irishman began again: "The skipper wud have ye know," he said, addressing Graden with a growing dignity that would have been comic enough at a less unfortunate moment, "that ye stand accused iv carrying off the ould gint yonder and committiu' burg lary on his person. Fwhat do ye say to th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

100 Doses $1 True only of Hood's Sarsaparilla, the one great blood purifier and general ionic Tins remarkable medicine has effected many radical and permanent cares that are the wonder of the world. It eradicates all humors from pimples jo gcrofula. 100 Oosss $1 jn usual 'kj'.iid [form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100doses$l. Lose $600 in Stud Game. Wallace, Idaho, Dec. 17. —Six thou sand dollars changed owners here in the biggest stud poker game Wallace has witnessed in years. The players included L. L. Sweet of the Wallace hotel, Ben Skonnard, "Blackjack Char- He" Cullen, a Missoula man, whose name was not obtained, and others who were in the game for a short time only- Sweet was the big winner in the game, which commenced at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Wallace hotel 4 nd closed Sunday morning at 5 o'clock in the Ryan hotel. Skonnard is credited with winning $1600. Minor amounts were won by other players. The Missoula man is credited with losing $700 in a few...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

PROFESSIONAL CARDS I. N. Mueller Undertaker and Licensed Embalmer Kennewick, Wash. C. O. ANDERSON, Attorney at Law. Pronecuting Attorney, Benton County Kennewick. Washington. J. W. CALLICOTTE, . AttorneyAtLaw . Twenty Years Practice. Room 3 Taylor bll:, Prosser, Wash. C STASER Attorney at Law Real Estate Notary Public Kennewick, Wash. Office, Lakin Rids., Front St. Eight years Probata Judge of Adams County Wash. ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Kennewick, Wash. Office In Reed Building Practise in All Courts C. T. GIEZENTANNER U. S. Commissioner PASCO, WASH. All Land Matters Receive Prompt Attention C. P. BREITHAUPT. Notary Public Real Estate, Insurance Kennewick, Washington. DRS. HEISLEY & HEISLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Graduates of Kirksville, Mo. Consultation and Examination Free. J. W. HEWETSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Confinement cases and diseases of women a specialty; also dis eases of the eye. Eyes tested free. NO SOLICITING F. M. CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

ANNOUNCEMENT About the firsl week in January we will move to our new concrele stone building one block south of the Northern Pacific depot. A vast increase of business has forced us to larger quarters. Being on our private spur and easily accessible to our patrons on both sides, we will greatly reduce cost of handling to and from cars. Ten cars of supplies are due to arrive here soon after the first of the year. This shipment will consist of I oultry Supplies, Spraying Materials, Fruit Boxes, California Fruits, Produce, Seeds, Hay, Grain and Flour. Kennewick s first jobbing house has been a success and we hope with your kind patronage to continue to grow until we will be forced to build twice as large next year. We heartily thank all our patrons and invite you to see us in our new quarters after January 7th We wish you all the very best kind of a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year, j Columbia Commission Company Wholesale and Retail BRANCH AT RICHLAND HEADQUARTERS AT KENNEWICK...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

CHRISTMAS greetings All goods purchased from me will be engraved free. 1 do all kinds of engraving, from plain script to a fancy ribbon monogram. The Best Christmas Gift is the' One that will Last There is no place you could go to get a more appropriate and durable Christmas gift than to a reliable and well-stocked jewelry store. Surely nothing could make a finer or more appreciable present than a Gold Watch, Solid Gold Ring, Gold Cuff Links or Scarf Pin; a nice Brooch for the lady, Chain, Charm or Fob for the gentleman or a neck chain and locket for the Miss. Rings, too. I know how fond the ladies are of Rings. But, by the way, so are the gentlemen, and I have provided for both by laying in a handsome stock of ladies' and gentlemen's Plain and Fancy Rings for gifts to friend or dear one. I solicit an inspection of these and other articles of Jewelry suitable for Christmas presents. A FEW OF THE GIFT THINGS TO BE FOUND AT MY STORE Jewelry Fine Gold Fob $4.00 to 7.00 Silk Fobs 1.75 t...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

The Kennewick Courier HAPPY LAND Sappy lanb! $appy ® uu t " ou rumr a,tD ioi,t ° ur baiuX ißlttlir ani gag. on thr way en Kris 2Criu«lr*B Solifcag? iSappij lanM Sappy lattit! Want jiou torn an& takr our hauU? family. thus utr go Co thr SanJi of iflistlrtor! „ _ _B YROS WILLIAMS Copyright. I<Jt>A 11111 " I 1l 1 '"'" lr "'' CHRISTMAS EDITION FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1906

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 December 1906

1903 Population 300 To Our Friends and Patrons: A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year We are now in the fourth year of business in Kennewick and are very much pleased to note that every month shows an improvement over the corresponding month of the previous year. When we first came here in 1903 to look over the country and saw the little town of Kennewick with its 300 people, we made up our minds that to build up the town and country, people would have to get busy and stay with it. We have stayed and done our best every time and all the time. Looking over the same situation today we see the valley highly cultivated and the little village grown to be the best little city of 1800 people in the Pacific Northwest. We have sold to a large share of the new settlers in the valley, who a:e still our satisfied customers. If we have not had the pleasure of counting you one of our customers, we now earnestly invite you to let us add you to our list of patron-friends. With your help we aim to ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 December 1906

The Kennewick Courier V'OL. V. NO. 36 Heavy Shipments Next Season Open River Transportation Co. will Extend Terminals to Priest Rapids. [From the Oregonian.] "Next spring products of the retiou north and east of Kenne wick, Wash., which now go to Pnget Sound will be diverted to Portland." Such is the declaration of Frank J. Smith, superintendent of the Open River Transportation Co. Mr. Smith recently returned from a tour of inspection of tbe upper liver country and announces that the boats of his company will operate next spr ng between Celilo and Priest Rapids on the upper Colum bia. Heretofore this rotve was im practicable 011 account of the ob structtons at Hom-le Rapids, this side of P.isco. Mr. Smith states that between 30,000 and 50,000 sacks of wheat, in the region adjtcent to Kltopia (known to railroad men as "Hell to pay), were offered to his com pany, but since the company was unable to hndle the business,it was diverted to Puget Sound via the Northern Pacific. With the op...

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