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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 16 December 1904

the local field rnOM SATURDAY S DAILY. Mr. Conway has erected an addition | o his residence in the north part of town. Mr. Richardson headed a party that wen t to the hills to-day to enjoy a > rabbit hunt. Don Creswell has improved his resi dents in the Garden Tracts by build- 1 log an addition. A. H. Potter has erected a comino-. dious residence on his land iu the I north part of town. C. F. I-ott, of North Yakima was in : town yesterday uud called in and re newed his allegiance to to Courier. 1 Fhillip Itier is nursing an arm in Which he has a slight attack of blood poison, It started from a sore on one of his fingers. Walt Oeizentanner is home after an extended trip through Idaho, inspect ing some mining properties in which he is interested. R. A. Simmons, the gentlemanly in structor of the youth in the Van Horn district was in town today and made the Courier a friendly call. Anson Ely, of British Columbia, ar rived in town this week and has al ready purchased a fine piece of ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 16 December 1904

I WORLD'S NtWS DIES BULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happening! In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, HMoHcal, Political and Personal Events Terssly Told. Madrid.—The senate has passed the government's antianarchist bill. New York—lt is announced tnat the steel rail pool has decided to maintain the price of $28 a ton ou steel rails. Rio Janeiro.—The senate has passed to a final reading the bill authorizing the government to build 28 war ves sels. Halifax, N. S.—The Allan liner Sco ' tia, with Earl Grey, governor general of Canada, on board, has arrived at quarantine. Irwin, Kan. —The country home ot Charles Smitn has been destroyed by fire and four children under 12 years of age burned to death. London. —itobert Burns' family Bible containing interesting family entries was sold at auction here for $3250. ine purchaser was a London dealer. Emperor Nicholas has conferred up on Lieutenant General Sakharoff and Lieutenant Gener...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 16 December 1904

i win news mn BULLED FROM DIBPATCHEB OF THE ABBOCIATED PREBB. A Review of Happeninge In Both Eaetern and Western Hemlepheres During the Paet Week—National Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Madrid.—The senate has passed the government's antianarchist bill. New York—lt is announced tnat the steel rail pool has decided to maintain the price of |28 a ton on steel rails. Rio Janeiro.—The senate has passed to a final reading the bill authorizing the government to build 28 war ves sels. Halifax, N. S.—The Allan liner Sco ' tia, with Earl Grey, governor general of Canada, on board, has arrived at quarantine. Irwin, Kan—The country home ot Charles Smitn has been destroyed by fire aud four children under 12 years of age burned to death. London.—xtobert Burns' family Bible containing interesting family entries was sold at auction here for $3250. The purchaser was a London dealer. Emperor Nicholas has conferred up on Lieutenant General Sakharoff and Lieutenant General Bild...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 16 December 1904

TIME limit IS EXTENDED •yRTAGE railroad boarr give more time. Uofel'iK' 1 ' CliaiiilM'i'luiu Semis Tele pain to Dr. Illaloek EiteniJiii(t Time for Deposit of the S3:i,uoo to be llalseil by tlie Counties. Fl oQi Thursdays Daily A telegram from Governor Cham- j berlain, of Oregon to Dr. N. G. j flalock, yesterday informed the Jotal representative of the Open Rifer association that an extension ' of time of from five to seven days ' fould be allowed the association 1 jo which to have the necessary j funds subscribed towards building ,portage railroad from The Dalles toCelilo. »\Ve shall do whatever we can fitbia that time" said Dr. Blalock ydterday, "to have the necessary! amount subscribed and in the banks I wis told by Governor Chamber-! Lan that if necessary 10 days! might be allowed in which to raise the $40,000 required. We can at anytime guarantee thess,oooasked from this county. But we shall endeavor to have all the funds sub scribed and in the banks, so that ft may go to the Or...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 16 December 1904

TIME LIMIT IS EXTENDED pYRTAGE RAILROAD BOARR GIVE MORE TIME- govern"!' Chamberlain Semis Tele gram to Dr. Blalock Extending Time for Deposit of the $33,000 to be Raised by the Counties. 1 From Thursdays Daily A telegram from Governor Cham berlain, of Oregon to Dr. N. G. Blalock, yesterday informed the Jocal representative of the Open River association that an extension of time of from five to seven days would be allowed the association in which to have the necessary foods subscribed towards building 1 portage railroad from The Dalles to Celilo. •'We shall do whatever we can within that time" said Dr. Blalock yesterday, "to have the necessary amount subscribed and in the banks I was told by Governor Chamber lain that if necessary 10 days might be allowed in which to raise the $40,000 required. We can at anytime guarantee thess,oooasked from this county. But we shall endeavor to have all the funds sub scribed and in the banks, so that we may go to the Oregon State board and tell them...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 16 December 1904

A Fine Present. In recognition of the assistance ren dered by the British cruiser Talbot to the crews of the Russian cruiser Yariag and gunboat KoHetz after the battle of Chemulpo, the emperor ot Russia has presented a silver bowl to the wardroom of the Talbot and $25UU to the Prince of Wales as a present for the navy fund. Statistics of grain acreage and an estimate of the yield of the state ot Washington for 1904 have been pre pared by S. S. King, chief deputy state \ grain inspector. The tables submitted by Mr. King give the following results: Total acreage, wheat, 1,416.116; to tal yield of wheat, 23,489,330 bushels; total acreage oats, 62,261; total yield, 2,370,250 bushels; total acreage bar ley. 116,275; total yield barley, 3,683,- 140 bushels. According to one of the officials atj the Paris Museum of Natural History j there are about 400,000 species of ani mals on land and in the ocean; 280,000 of these are insects. I Nothing; «£» Is so sensitive to cold as a T | nervo and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 December 1904

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 111. NO. 37. j SIINNYSIDE | y - —— / The largest irrigated district W y in the beautiful and fertile S | YAKIIMA VALLEY \ v The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for / sale, lands suited to the production of high grade II 11 crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, 3N grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all % 5C kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- H II tiful homes. Raw land $60 to $90 an acre jl |l according to location. With water right. / S TERMS: One-fifth down, balance in five / years at six per cent. These lands are li l(| watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... S For particulars, inquire of, or write to A N WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILI.AII, WASH. Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock —Lowest prices. Front street, j^KENNEWICK. J. J. Reed & Co., f Hardware :: Furniture *nd Undertaking. We carry a full line of Headquarters for C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 December 1904

gionce The cinematograph is being put 1o novel use by I'arla surgeons in teach ing students how to perform various Surgical operations. To show the shadows cost by somo Of the brightest stars, M. B. Tottcliet placcs some object In a long box black ened inside, and closed by ground {?lans. The shadow oust by Sirius on the glass has been photographed. Its hand and Its wonderful intelli gence give the monkey advantage over all other lower aulmuls. It cannot well | endure cold and temperate climates, j and this fact, it is suggested, has pre- j vented the closo association with man v 'bat would have made the monkey the most useful of domestic animals. In the experiments of Frof. John Vrowbridge, a powerful electric current j Is passed between terminals of wood | and cotton wool saturated with dis- j tilled water, and a gap of four inches ; ' b bridged by a torrent of bright i sparks, with a deafening noise. This is I thought to prove that thuuder is largo-! \y duo to explosions of hydro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 December 1904

Toilers of the Columbia By P7WL DE 1.71XF.Y Author of "Lord ot the Desert," "Oregon Sketches," and other Pacific Coast Stories CHAPTER XXl—Continued. | Hie clash finally came. The boatH I tame togethei like ho many battering rams. Curses arose loud over the < calm waters. Tbe boats surged back and forth like living animals. The grim dark forms of the fishermenl writhed and contested with each other | like serpents of the sea. "Back you gillnettere! You des- 1 tioyeisof the fish!" shouted the north- ! aiders. "Away with you, you trappers! | You cause our families to starve!" re -1 plied the men from the southside, j with bitter oaths. The resistance on the part of the! northeiderß was short lived. The over- 1 whelming numbers against them soon began to tell. By sheer force they I weie driven toward their traps. The prows of the southsiders' boats were! against theirs, and they were swept' along like driftwood before a huge! raft. The red in the east was making' things more visible...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 December 1904

We are Headquarters for Furniture DRESSERS from JSS.oo to $40.00. SIDEBOARDS from $10.00 to $60.00 ROCKERS from $2.75 to $10.00 U/<> Ipuite You to Qall ap<i Jl?is D^part/^ept I g jjr | |j i? 4 ROLL TOP DESKS bed ROOM SUITS $12.00 up. J J A HOUSE FURNITURE DINING chairs from 65c. to $ 3 .c0 Is Bigger than ever, ** KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. H. A.. BIER, Manager. Columbia Courier WILL J. SHAUGHNESSY EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION On« Year, in Advance - - (1.50 Six Months .... .75 Three Months .50 The feeling of friendliness that exists between the citizens of Ken oewick and Pasco is remarked by every stranger that tarries in either place long enough to become ac quainted with the conditions, The fact that our interests are identical, and that what helps one town is a benefit to the other is not consid ered a sufficient reason for the good fellowship that exists. But the good fellowship is there and we will not bother looking for the cause. As long as we have lived he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 December 1904

THE LOCAL FIELD L O. E. Hanson returned yesterday Burning from his trip to the coast Afes. ffikliss Cora Bowers, who Ims spent Me past four months visitiug with fiends and relatives in Weuatchee, freturned home this morning. A large number of Pasco ladies and gentlemen came over lasr evening and took in the Woodmen ball. It is now in order for Kennewickites to remem ber that Pasco will give a ball Monday evening and all are invited. F. B. Ilartman, of DeVVitt, Nebraska arrived in the city this morning for a visit with his old frieud, Phil Bier. Mr. Hartman is a newspaper man, aud may look up a location in this section if the country suits him. Last night was Christmas tree night iu Pasco aud reports say the little ones were given a great blow out. Prof. Gaiser and Miss Mitchel, of the public schools had the affair in hand and pul led it ofl to the great credit of all con cerned. Mumps is the popular thing now, you have got to have it to be in style. George Scott started the fashion ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 December 1904

Washington's New Irrigation Bill Framed The irrigation commission which was reoently appointed by Governor Mcßride have completed thoir work. The draft of the new law which they were working on is completed and makes * very voluminous report. This proposed law provides for the appoiutement of a state engineer by the governor at a salary of $8600, with an assistant at a salary of $3400. The state engineer will have full oharge of all irrigation work, under in structions from the governor. A committee of water commissioners is also recommended to have charge of six different sections of the state, into whioh it will be divided with reference to irrigation. The United States will be given the right to withdraw water from any of the streams which are being used for irrigation purposes for one year's time with the privilege of extending this time to two years when any projeot is under way. The United States is also allowed the right of way over state lauds for any project of irrigation. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 December 1904

Road Law is Good. f Chairman Lince of the board of i:ounty commissioners has received ately a number of blanks from fther county commissioners asking lis opinion as to the value of the tew road law under which the, ads of the state are now looked »fter. Mr. Lince says that the j new law is what is needed to build ] up the roads of any part of the state. All that is needed to dem-1 onstrate this is time. This is the | only system, he says, that will i give the state good roads. He thinks one part of it relating to the amount of work to be done not to exceed $150 by one contractor is a defect. During the past year 22 l /i miles of graded road have been made in the county and about! 5)/, miles have been graveled. The roads are now in shape to gravel and are the beginning of a system that will be extended to every part of the county in time.—Republic. For Sale. Upholstered parlor set, consisting of 1 e»gy chair, patent rocker and settee. 2 white enameled metal beds. 2 woven wire springs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 30 December 1904

Ayers If your blood is thin and im pure, you are miserable all the time. It is pure, rich blood that invigorates, strengthens, refreshes. You certainly know Sarsaparilla the medicine that brings good health to the home, the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years. A doctor.'s medicine. "I owe my life, without doubt, to Ayer'e Saraapuiillu. It I* the most wonderful medi cine In the world for nervoueiiM*. My cure Is permanent, and 1 cannot thank you enough. Mil. DELIA McW*LL, Newark. S.J. pI.M a bottle. J. ATI! <*>.. for ■ Poor Health Laxative doses of Ayer's Pills each night greatly aid the Sarsaparilla. COLORADO REPUBLICANS' PLANS. Aim to Throw Out Democratic Votes and Beat Peabody. Denver, Dec. 27.—1f the Fifteenth general assembly of Colorado, which is to meet on Wednesday, January 4, shall effectuate the plans formulated by the managers of the republican post election campaign, Governor Jameß H. Peabody may serve as chief executive of this state fqc two years more, desp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 January 1905

Columbia courier. VOL. Hl* NO * 38- « SUNNYSIDE ft# -— ' g The largest irriga id district M 1 ' fn the beautiful nd fertile SI YAKIMA VALLEY 0 The Washington Irrigatioi Comyany offers for » sale, lands suited to the proc iction of high grade II ?rops of diversified charact comprising fruits, -frames, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all \ feids. ' A country of intensi 3 farming and beau- M Sful homes. f Raw land $60 to >90 an acre n l' according to location. With water right. 7 fjL TERMS: One-fifth i. balance in five IS years at sis per cent. These lands are H f watered by the great Su lyside canal. ... particulars, inquir of, or write to X IRRIGATION CC IPA'V, ZILLAH, WASH^^ Ro l ert Gerry, Lea i-g dealer in .. .1 )ry Gods . jrocer :5.... i fag, )ts r Shoes, l ts, Flour and Feed irgest stock —Lo «t prices. / I Front street, / KENNEWICK. \ Jp, J. Reed Sc Co., S Hardwi *e :: \ Furnitue and £ ».«55- Undertaking. C*/ a full line of Headquarters for i Stoves, Ammution 7 HKanges a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 6 January 1905

ORDINANCE NO. XXI* Atl ordinance granting to R. A. Klinge, his successors or assigns, the exclusive right, privelege and franchise, to erect, maintain and j operate within Hie town of Kenne wick, Wash., under and in the, streets, alleys, avenues and thor-, oughfares of said town, poles, j wires, conduits and other appliances and conductors for the transmission of electricity for telephone and tele ' graph purposes. Ee it Ordained by the Council of the Towii of Kennewick: That an exclusive right and priv ilege is hereby granted and con- \ ferred to R. A. Klinge, his succes- \ sors or assigns, to erect or lay, | maintain and operate, within the I corporate limits of the town of Ken newick, State of Washington, in cluding all the streets, alleys, ave nues and other tborougfares there of, under the conditions as herein after provided, poles, wires, con duits and other appliances and con ductors foi the transmission of elec tricity for telephone and telegraph purposes, and for the purpos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 January 1905

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. Hl* 3 s * gy//s\\wa I SDNNYSIDE M - — g 5J The If rgest irrigated district M If in the beautiful and fertile S jji YAK|MA VALLEY 0 » The Washingtc a Irrigation Comyany offers for sale, lands suited to the production of high grade ffl If crops of diversifed character, comprising fruits, N grasses, hops, vej stables and garden truck of all S kinds. A counti jof intensive farming and beau- VI. tiful homes. gjj y Raw land $60 to $90 an acre - ni ft according tojlocation. With water right. V TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five V years at six per cent. These lands are H j ' M "watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... S For particulars, inquire of, or write to % P WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH,WASH, jj Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods , Groceries.... ■Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed ■ Largest stock—Lowest prices. Front street, J. J. Reed & Co., f Hardware :: Furniture and Undertaking. v carry a full liiie of ' Headquarters...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 January 1905

ITEMS FROM PASCO By our F^epr^ssijtatiue Andrew Hague has filed on a homestead near the city. Miss Margaret Koseman, of Kennewick, was a visitor Thurs day. Supt. Beemer, of tlie Northern Pacific, was here this week, getting in touch with the improvements the company is making at this place. The Walla Walla Meat Co. lias purchased the Pasco meat market and will make numerous improve ments in the market and in the service. We have a new abstract firm Messrs. Quinlon & McCarty have erected a neat office building on Court street near the court house and will be ready for business in a few days. They will do a general real estate loan and insurance busi ness in connection with their ab stract business. The Northern Pacific has a of men at work 011 an additifaT to their mammoth ice house at this place. The new addition will near ly double the capacity of the house and make it possible for the com pany to store enough ice to run through the hot season. Last year it was necessary to shi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 January 1905

ALVA ADAMS GETS THE SEAT. How Long He Will Be Governor of Colorado Is Unknown. Denver. —Alva Adams was Saturday declared by the legislature to be the duly elected governor of Colorado. The returns showed: Adams, 123,078; Pea body, 113,304; plurality for Adams, D 774. A cheer greeted the announcement of the result of the election when it was made by Lieut. Governor Hag gott. The republican candidates to all the other state offices were declared elect ed. Under the terms of the agree ment reached today by the various factions in the legislature, no notice of contest can be filed by Governor Peabody until after the inauguration of Mr. Adams, which is set for 10 a. m. Tuesday. It has not yet been def initely decided by Governor Peabody whether or not he will make a contest. FLEET ON THE BACK TRACK. Part of Russia's Baltic Sea Fighters on Way to Europe. Suda Bay, Jan. 9.—Vice Admiral Botrovsky's division of the Second Pa cific squadron, consisting of the cruisers Oleg, Izmrud, Dneiper an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 January 1905

We are Mesdqissrters for Furniture tfS»i ' '' " ' ''' * ' DRESSERS from $S.oo to $40.00. SIDEBOARDS frcin $io.co to $60.00 ROCKERS from $2.75 to $10.00 U/<? lipuite You to (all ai?d J!?is D^part/r\ept fy+i ROLL TOP DESKS BED ROOM SUITS $12.00 up. M I | /ill OUR LINK OR J --a J A HOUSE FURNITURE dining CHAIRS from 65c. to $3.00 Is Bigger than ever. KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. ** H. A. 331ER, Manager. Columbia Courier WILL J. SHAUGHNESSY EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - §1.50 Bix otoliths .... .75 Three Months .... .50 Beginning with next week we will start a clasified advertisement column in both daily and weekly editions, and charge for advertise ments under that head will be one cent per word per issue. Other local advertisements will be charged for at the rate of five cents per line to persons having display advertise ments in either paper, and ten cents per line to those who do not carry display advertisements. There will be absolutely no deviati...

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