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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 January 1905

THE local field , M tf OTUBOAY S DAILY. Messrs. Anion & Amon inform us (bat lots in their addition are in great demand. m l. Root has been confined to his room for 11 fe;v but he is now |b | e to be around. A few snow flakes fell this morning, l D d made us realize that we are in the middle of the winter. ftGorsuch leaves this evening for a { W o weeks tour through the eastern pgrt of tbe state and Idaho. Sylvester & Roseman today received ,car load of saw dust in which to pek their summer's supply of ice. A. H. Potter's residence north of the depot is nearing completion. It will taoneofthe nicest homes in the city. (j. L Houson left yesterday for a trip that will take him through Idaho, Ctabi Nevada and California. Me will begone about a month. MR. Wm. Dircksen will leave Tues day for points in British Columbia there she will spend a few weeks visit ing with friends and relatives. G. W. Hettinger's residence in Amous addition is now ready for the plumbers, and he has made a...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 January 1905

I NOTED GENERALS MEET GENERALS NOGI AND STOESSEL SHAKE HANDS. Exchange Compliments on Each Oth er's Ability—Japanese General De livered Message From Russian Em-' peror—Russian Officers Allowed to Wear Their Swords. I The meeting of Generals Nogi and ; Stoessel was as undramatic as the conclusion of the siege. It had pre viously been arranged to take place in the single undamaged house in the village of Shuishi. This house was a miserable hovel called Plum Tree cottage. Through a misunderstanding Gen eral Stossel rode out from Port Arthur 1 at 10 o'clock accompanied by Colonel Reiss and two staff officers, to the Japanese lines and missed the Jap-! anese officers delegated to escort him to the meeting place. The general rode there without an escort and was received by a junior officer who hap pened to be on the spot. The latter telephoned to Nogi, who hurried his departure from headquarters and arrived at 11 o'clock, accompanied by Major General Ijichi, his chief of staff, and Colone...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 January 1905

NEW BOATS FOB THE COLUMBIA The Open River Association will Buy Three Immediately. Walla Walla, Wash., Jan. 12.— "We are negotiating for three steam boats to be used in opening the Colum bia river." said Dr. N. G. Blaloek, who lias been one of the leading spirits of the move to better the shipping condi tions, "and when the portage road is complete I believe that the boats will be ready to attend to all freight. One of the boats belongs to members of the association and is plying between Ar lington and Celilo, and the other two are on the river above here. It is our hope to close negotiations for them at an early date. "We will meet in a few days to make plans to finish collecting the money subscribed by the different counties to be affected by the open river. We must complete arrangements for paying for the work, as actual construction will commence shortly. The contractors are getting the material 011 the ground and must have the road done by the 31st of May or pay a forfeit of $50...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 13 January 1905

%***& TOILERS OP the COLUMBIA i By Paul De Loney 1 tSL Author of "Lord of the Desert." "Oregon Sketches." and other Pacific Coast Stories CHAPTER XXV. "Sankala, Will You Become My Wife?" It was the second morning after the double funeral. The fishermen gener ally were downcast. It is true that the trouble regarding the fisheries had been settled, but the property rights of the northside industry had assumed the form of a wilderness of legal entangle* ment. By his deathbed confession Seadog, bad placed the ownership of the fisher ies largely in Sankala, and the town site upon which the homes were built practically belonged to Dan Lapham. The Seadogs were expected to fight for a share in these and a long drawn out course of litigations was expected, witn possibly the closing of the cannery and the suspension of fishing until the mat ter should be settled. Where men are only adapted to one calling they become mere childien when thrown out of the single rut into which they have drif...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 January 1905

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 111. NO. 40. j sunnyside"! wa The largest irrigated district M tf in the beautiful and fertile 8 S YAKIMA VALLEY 9 y The Washington Irrigation Corny any offers for ® 5j sale, lands suited to the production of high grade ll II crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all V S kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- II 11 tiful homes. /a Raw land $60 to $90 an acre 2) [( according to location. With water right. S TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five | * years at six per cent. These lands are ffl (l watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... i x For particulars, inquire of, or write to % I fl WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH.WASH. !j Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods ( Groceries.... Gothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock —Lowest prices. » V Front street, - KENNEWICK. J. J. Reed & Co., f Hardware :: Furniture and I Undertaking. I We carry a full line of Headq...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 January 1905

Discnsses School Bond Issue. To the Voters of Kennewick School Notices have been posted call ing for an election in the Kennewick -r'chool district on Janu uy 28, 190-3, to vote on the issuance of Five Thousand dollars bonds for the purpose of build ing addition to the present school house in this district, and also to pur chase site for a future school buildihg to be located south of the railroad tracks. A resolution was pjv-ssrd about six weeks ago to thisefiect at a meeting of the .Board of Directors of the district and a number of the qualified voters .thereof. In order that this proposition may A»e thoroughly understood by the peo ple of the district I wish to call at tention to facts underlying this action .of the Board and the ratification there of by the voters who attended the .meeting. The Fresideut c>f the School Board Represented :it this meeting that the taxable property of the school district *vvas in the neighborhood of $197,000.00. and that the highest indebtednes...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 January 1905

Roast Turkey, Hominy Staffing, For stuffing a twelve-pound turkey, use a cupful of boiled hominy, mois tened with a little double cream, then add a pound of shelled and blanched almonds that have been pounded In a mortar to a paste, a pint of sifted bread crumbs, two well-beaten eggs, a teaspoonful of assorted bouquet herbs, a teaspoonful of salt, and a pint of button mushrooms. Blend all the In gredients thoroughly and proceed In the usual manner. Roast the turkey as we should call upside down, or, In other words, on its breast bone, giving It a pair of skewer legs to keep It In position; this renders the meat very tender, as It retains the Juices. Pampkln Chips. Cut the pumpkin into lengthwise itrips about two inches wide; peel, then slice each strip into chips about the thickness of a silver dollar. Grate nine fine lemons, saving the gratings. Squeeze the Juice and boil the lemon rinds until quite tender. Weigh six pounds of sugar for the same weight of pumpkin; at night sprinkle...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 January 1905

We are Headquarters for Furmture , _ oQ . ■ ;,■■■.-.00 KOCF - n:> " J - :: " !oS " Ulpuite You to (ail ar;d Jlpis D^part/rye^t »p|| | ROLL TOP DESKS BED ROOM SUITS $12.00 up. I HOUSE FURNITURE DIXISG CHAIRS frjin 65c. to $3.00 ' la Bigger than ever. KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. T-T. A RTRR. Manairer. Columbia. Courier WILL J. SHAUGHNESSY BDITOR ana PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - * $1.50 Six Months - .75 Three Months .50 In view of the fact that Rev, Mr. ! Dry took occasion to criticize this paper from his pulpit last night on the grounds that we had not given the revival meetings more publicity j we would like to state for the bene- j fit of those who may have given some weight to his remarks that j when those meetings were first an-; nounced we requested the ministers interested to furnish us with such reports of the services as they con-; sidered necessary as we would j possibly be too busy to look after' them satisfactorily. This request was complied with by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 January 1905

the local field , R OM MONDAY'S DAI L The heavy snow storms in the east make our eastern mail facilities very unsatisfactory these clays. Marshall Campbell returned Thurs day after a few days spent in the towns iu eastern part ot the state. fuller's Suit and Watch Club is fill ing up nicely. chance in a life tiuie to g-t sucil £ ()uci values on such easy terms. Bay Hover was up from the River side ranch today. He says coyotes are thick out that way and invited the boys to couie out and have hunt. K. L■ Cushow has purchased the building formerly occupied by the Spencer Restaurant and is putting it in shape for a first class eating house. A number of our sports took advan tage of the snow and went out to the Snake river Sunday to huut the fes tive .lack. They brought home a large number and report an abundance ofgttuie, , RO U TJE3DAY S 3AI L W.T. Kendrick, of Ritzville, is the guest of his old friend H. A. Bier. The Ladies (Julld of the Episcopal church will hold a Vaientine social i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 January 1905

WORLD'S HIE NEWS NOTES CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week —National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Cardinal Rampolla is ill. Harvey Grosvenor Forbes Curtis, a well known character comedian, is dead. The widow of Caesar Young will soon again be a resident of San Fran cisco. King Edward has signed a procla mation convening parliament Febru ary 16. Several congressmen from the west have signed a statement opposing tar iff revision. Mrs. Bishop Potter has recovered $30,000 worth of jewels stolen eight months ago. Ex-Governor Silas Garber, the first governor of Nebraska, under the con stitution, is dead. It is reported that Congressman Ves pian Warner of Illinois will be appoint ed commissioner of pensions. Another consignment of submarine boats, presumably intended for Japan, recently passed through to the coast. George Sutherland has been nomin ated unanimously for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 January 1905

He Likes Kennewick Waconia, Minn., Jan. 14, '05 Mr. W.J. Shaughnessy, Kennewick, Wash. pear Sir:—Having been at Kenne wick twice last year in March and in June, and from what I have seen and noticed, the Kennewick Valley is an ideal country to live in, especially in winter. We have here at present old time Minnesota weather, the thermometer is usually around zero and sometimes 20 below. I have ottered my farm for sale and it might he before long that I will come out west to Washington. At my last stop, at Kennewick I ordered the Courier to my address, Waconia, and received it since regular ly. Enclosed please find 75c for an other six months. Respectfully yours, Wm. Neustel. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office'in Walla Walla, Washington. January 14. 1905. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Edward C. : Ellis, Contestant, against homestead entry Xo. 11973, made Februbary 2, for EJ SWJ and Lots 3 and 4, Section 18, Towns...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 20 January 1905

WHAT HAVE WE DONE TO-DAY? We shall do so much in the years to come. But what have we done to-day? We shall give our gold iu a princely sum, But what did we give to-day? We shall lift the heart and dry the tear. We shall speak the words of love and cheer. But what did we speak to-day? We shall be so kind in the after-a-while. But what have we been to-day? We shall bring to each lonely life a smile. But what have we brought to-day? We shall give to truth a grander birth, And to steadfast faith a deeper worth, We shall feed the hungering souls of earth. But whom have we fed to-day? We shall reap such joys in the by and by, But what have we sown to-day? We shall build us mansions in the sky, But what have we built to-day? 'Tis sweet in idle dreams to bask. But here and now do we do our task? Yes, this is the thing our soul must ask, "What have we done to-day?" —Christian Intelligencer. 11 KEEPING DARK 11 g gj 8 WANT you to tell me what has become of Colonel Durand," said Lady Waters, ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 January 1905

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 111. NO. 40. SUNNYSIDE | The largest irrigated district M in the beautiful and fertile 8 YAKIMA VALLEY 9 The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for V sale, lands suited to the production of high grade Kl crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- II tiful homes. Raw land $60 to $90 an acre 2) according to location. With water right. TERMS :• One-fifth down, balance in five years at six per cent. These lands are if watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... For particulars, inquire of, or write to % WASHINUTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH.WASH. Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock —Lowest prices. i 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 Sporting Heate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 January 1905

The School Meeting. In persuance to a call issued by the board of directors of this school district a large number of the tax payers of this district met in the school house last evening for the purpose of discussing the coming election for bonds. The call for the election states that bonds are to be voted for $5000, $3500 of which is to be used in building a four room addition to the present build ing, and $1500 to be used in pur chasing a site south of the railroad. Some opposition to this scheme qeveloped after the call was made, chiefly through the letter published in last week's weekly Courier by Mr. Sercotnbe and a petition was presented to the school board ask ing that a meeting be called. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Sonderman of the school board and W. J. Shaugh uessy was elected secretary. Mr. Sonderman started the dis cussion by replying to Mr. Ser combe's letter. He stated that the figures he gave at the previous meeting were those he received from the cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 January 1905

ST.PETERBURG REVOLUTION armed guards shot people DOWN LIKE DOGS. Wild Scenes Around the Palace===Thousands of Workmen and Families Try To Hold a Meeting Sunday===Wanted Czar to Come and Hear. St. Petersburg, Jan. 22.—This has been a day of unspeakable horror in St. Petersburg. The strikers of yesterday, goaded to desperation by a day of violence, fury and bloodshed, are in a state of open insurrection against the government. A condition almost bordering on civil war exists in the terror stricken Russian capital. The city is under martial law, with Prince Vasil chikoff as commander of over 5000 of the emperor's crack guards. Troops are bivoucking the streets tonight and at various places on the Nevsky pros pect, the main thoroughfare of the city. On the island of Vasiliostrow and in the out sections infuriated men have thrown up barricades, which they are holding. The empress dowager has hastily sought safety at the Tsarskoe-Selo, where Emperor Nicholas 11. is living. Minister of the...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 January 1905

We are Headquarters for Furmiure DRESSERS from gS.oo to $40.00. SIDEBOARDS from $10.00 to $60.00 ROCKERS from $2.75 to $10.00 U/<> li?vit<? You to Qall and lospeet Jl?is D^part/r\ept ROLL TOP DESKS BED ROOM SUITS $12.00 up. J 1 HOUSE) FURNITURE dining chairs from 65c. to $3.00 Is Bigger than ever. KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. H. A. BIER, Manager. Columbia Courier WILL J. SHAUGHNESSY BDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Bix Months - .75 Three Months .50 When the great loan companies put agents into a dissrict for the purpose of soliciting business it is a pretty safe sign for the country. These people weigh everything from a strict business point of view and when they decide that a dist rict is safe enough to put loans on the land, there is very little for regular investors to investigate. We all know that loan companies have been slow to enter the semi arid districts and only did so after there was every assurance that the lands had become pe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 January 1905

THE local field jl p. Root returned this morning ' from » business visit to Wall Walla, for Sale—lo acres, fine soil, river view See F. 51. Kent, Ciarden Tracts. Mrs. Arie Hover returned last night from San Francisco where she had wen spending a month visiting with relatives. j B. Clemants was around to-day netting up ' he cigars, and receiving the congratulations of his friends over the M fe arrival of a boy at his home. \ The Ladies' liuild of the Episcopal" church held their sale of home cookery in the window of the Columbia Phar macy this afternoon and did a good business. The members of the local camp of Modern Woodmeh will go over to Pasco this evening for the purpose of partici pating in the institution of a new lodge at that place. The weather clerk does try awful bard to give us an orthodox northern winter here ill Kennewick, but the climate is against him and he can't make his efforts stick. Snow lias been falling in spells all day but melts as soon as it hits the ground. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 January 1905

H. A. BIER, Alderman. To Burn St.Petersburg St. Petersburg, Jan. 23. —Panic ex ists in the darkened portion of the city. The correspondent of the Associated Press has just returned from a trip through the Nevsky Prospect as far as the Moscow station. All the stores and houses are closed and the windows and doors are barred, but rallen crowds of strikers continue in the streets. The whole appearanoe of the district is sinister and an ex plosion might occur at any moment. The police are going from house to house warning the people to remain in doors, an injunction which the terror strioken inhabitants sitting in their darkened homeer, are glad' to obey. The greatest fear is that the water supply mwill be cut off and the city burned. The military authorities are trying to find workmen to start up the electric plant The troops had not fired on the peo ple up to this hour. It is rumored that Emperor Nicholas will issue a manifesto tomorrow de claring St. Petersburg to be in a state of se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 January 1905

Eggs for Hatching I have the best strain of S. C. grown Leghorn birds in the northwest, and will sell eggs for hatching at $1.50 per setting. Special rates on incubator lots. Address me at Kennewick, Washington. R. C. Bremmer. Such lovely bread as they do make with Electric Flour. You can get it at the Columbia Commission Co's ware house or at W. R. Lamb's store. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office in Walla Walla, Washington. January 14.1905. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Edward C. Ellis. Contestant, against homestead entry No. 11973, made Februbary 2, for Ei SW] and Lots 3 and 4, Section 18, Township 7X., Range 29E, by Josephine Held, Contestee, in which it if* alleged that said Josephine Held has never established her residence on said land; that she has not cultivated gny part thereof, and has not placed any improvements thereon; that she has wholly abandoned said laud for more than six: months next prior to t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 27 January 1905

A.yers Falling hair means weak hair. Then strengthen your hair; feed it with the only hair food, Ayer's Hair Vigor. It checks falling hair, makes the hair Hair Vigor grow, completely cures dan druff. And it always restores color to gray hair, all the rich, dark color of early life. " Mr hair was falling ont badly and I was afraid I would lose it all. Then I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor. It quickly stopped the falling and made my hair all I could wish it to be." KKUUCOA E. ALLEN, Elizabeth, N. J. gl.oo a bottle. J. C. ayer CO., for Falling Hair Victim of Auto Shock. Ormond, Fla., an. 24. —Frank P. Croker, son of Tammany Croker, who was thrown from his automobile, is dead. It was evidently from the effects of the tremendous shock that he died. After the operation the patient seem ed to be resting well, but was in a semiconscious condition. Experts estimate that Young Croker was driving his machine at a speed of a mile in 40 seconds. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any c...

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