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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 17 February 1905

the local field r»«»S»TU»O«*'S MIL C.H. Finley, of Bellingham. la in the city today looking over the valley with a view to locatlug. Win. Dircksen has purchased a lot luat east of the Hawkins block and w |ll erect thereon a building to be used a« a meat Market. He ia having the ■umber put on the ground for his ice Bouss today. H. Gorth, a cousin of B.C. Ernst, bere this morning from Cm daratU, Ohio, and will In all prob ability make this his home. He says tbs wsatber has been pretty severe heck there this winter. R. Goraucb, deputy fruit Inspector lor this district, and one of the leading bait experts of the state, said to a re porter this morning that he never saw i winter thai, gave better promise of an abundant fruit crop. It ia his opinion that the weather could not have been pore favorable If it had been made to the older of the fruit growers. It baa ton just oold enough to nuke the Uses hardy and hold hack the bads until the proper time cemes for them to shoot forth. He predic...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 17 February 1905

BIG FIRE IN MOBILE FANOUS BATTLE HOUSE IS EN TIRELY RUINED. Although an Old 'Hostelery, Was One of the Largest in the South—Flames Spread Rapidly—All Guests Es caped—City Electric Lights Cut Off« to Save Firemen. Mobile, Ala., Feb. 14. —Losses al ready estimated at $250,000 have been caused by a fire that left the famous Battle house a ruin and swept on to buildings adjoining. The fire broke out in some unoccu pied rooms over the kitchen of the Battle house, which, although an old hostelry, was one of the largest in the south. The flames spread so quickly that a number of guests lost all their belongings and not a few of those on the fifth floor were compelled to take to the fire escapes in their night clothes. Two elevator boys stuck to their posts until all the guests Jiad been gotten out, although the elevators caught fire and the youngsters were burned about the face and hands. An hour after the fire started all the electric lights in the business por tion of the city went out, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 17 February 1905

around the world short telegraph notes from the entire civilization. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres Hiring the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Uents Tersely Told. The house omnibus building bill car ries a total appropriation of $9,500,000. The new Chinese loan of 5,000,00U pounds was several times oversub scribed. Fire has destroyed five leading busi ness houses of Oskaloosa, lowa. The loss is $150,000. Last Sunday was Lincoln's birthday. 'The earl of Kenmare died in London recently, aged 80 years. Mr. Barrett will continue to repre sent the American diplomatic repre sentation at Panama. J. Pierpont Morgan has arranged to make*another cruise in foreign waters on his steam yacht. It is reported from St. Petersburg that Maxim Gorky has been sent to Riga to undergo trial. it was just a year ago this week that Admiral Togo began to do some effective work with his fleet. Lady Curzon, wife of the viceroy of India, and her three child...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 17 February 1905

To the Peoul© :;5a of Kenncwick and vicity. We are temporarily located in , the building formerly occupied by Kobert Gerry, and while we are not quite complete in all lines at present we expect within a few days to have a complete stock of eve:—thin" usually carried in ti general store. We will endeavor to make our prices ri<*ht, and give you fair treatment. M's t arm -1> solicit a share of your patronage. B.H.AHDcRSaH Harry P- Simpson Dead. The citizens of this place were shocked Sunday n onting ''.v the an, liouucement tl-ti- H irry l*. Simpson was dead. Mr. Simpson had been . sick only a few d-«ys, and even ti>e fact that he was sick was known only to a very few, and it was only consid ered necessary to <*ail a physician a few hours before hi- death. »he phy sicians who attended hhn irive accuie stomach and bowel inmnle as the cause of his death. 'Pne body was taken to North Yakima by this morn ings train for buna . Mr. Simpson was boru 'JO years'ago in Ohio. lie has ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 February 1905

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 111. NO. 43 |H Ttie Prettiest Part -of the Best ® |H Town in Washington =:= g lAMONS ADDITION i I TO KENNEWICK i If you are looking for a lot oa which to build your residence you should investigate C^-^2 this proposition. The land has just been plotted and put on the market, and the prices that we are asking for the lots make it possible for any one desiring nice residence property to buy. 7(gw] The new Methodist church, the finest in the city, has just been erectep in a central location in the addition and the city schools are in easy reach of any part of it. The land was all leveled SjisS and seeded down last summer sa that there will be bo extra work in putting lawns in condition. For Particulars cal) on or address gj =PL S. Amon = 8 jji Exchange Bank, Kennewick jjj| Prosser Is Generous. While we believe that Prosser is the best little city in Yakima val ley, and the one city with a tribu tary terrirory sufficient to make a leading metropolis, yet we cannot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 February 1905

r»n —~ n §The largest irrigated district v in the beautiful and fertile , § YAKIMA VALLEY 9 K The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for Wa sale, lands suited to the production of high grade M U crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, fij gj grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all N A kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- II U tiful homes. Raw land $60 to $90 an acre n If according to location. With water right. / TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five years at six per cent. These lands are Kfl 11 watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... § For particulars, inquire of, or write to A WASHINUTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH.WASH. J. J. Reed & Co., -• Hardware :: /ff* Furniture and A Undertaking. We carry a full line of Headquarters for Cook Stoves, Ammution Ranges and and Sporting Heaters* Goods. Also Sewing Machines. our price^efort^uying^lsewhere^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The Merchant J. M. HAWKINS, - - - PROPRIETOR. Wines, liquors and cigars. Only first cl...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 February 1905

[bound THE WORLD jOfIRT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM JILL POINTS OF HEMISPHERE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres curing the Past Week—National, Historical. Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Six men were killed and 14 injured |t the Lytel colliery, near Pottsville, pa recently. The house of congress has passed the pensions appropriation bill carry ing $138,250,700. Several attacks have been made on Governor White and Governor-elect ngwson of West Virginia. As the author of "Ben Hur" the late General Lew Wallace was known in practically every country of the globe. At Crawfordsville, Ind., the funeral 0 f General Lew Wallace last Satur day was private, in accordance with his expressed wishes. Smelting at the new plant of the Sullivan Group Mining company, at Marysville, B. C., should start with the first furnace about March 1. Word from Warsaw, Russian Poland, states that in that city hundreds of prisoners, mostly strikers and revGlu tionists, are daily ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 February 1905

gj KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO. 11. A. BIER, Manager. Columbia Courier WILL J. SHAUGHNEESY EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, ill Advance - - $1.50 Six Months .... .75 Three Months - - - .50 Modern Town Buildine. The Kennewick Courier suggests that the ladies organize a civic as sociation and take the initiative in the work of building up a model town on the banks of the Colum bia. It is argued that they can accomplish more through organi zation and united efforts than may be expected from a common coun cil having commercial affairs to consider. Being home lovers, they naturally admire all that is beauti ful in the surroundings. They possess more artistic tastes and look farther into the future than the ordinary men of business en gagements. Kennewick is an ideal place for the building of a modern city. It has the natural advantages of lo cation, climate and scenery. Bor dered by the Yakima and Colum bia rivers with a slope to the foot hills it has a perfect drainage. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 February 1905

TIE LOCAL FIELD FRO SATURDAY'S DAI L J. and Mrs. Otto Hanson are both doti with the grippe. iank Hartman returned this morn ing'rom a week's visit on the coast. (81. Storey is tiie latest victim of and is confined to his home. II). Kreidier returned this morning fro: u trip threugh the eastern part of tiicjtate. Bund—'Two baggags checks. Owner niatave same by calling at this office yw paying for this notice. The new management of the Valley livery barn has a force of carpenters at work making numerous" improve ments in the interior of the buildiug. Both Shafer and Tucker are trying to take a lay-off this week. Shafer has a bum mitt and Tuck is trying to break into society by having the grippe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Emigh left this morning for North Yakima, where they will spend Sunday visiting with friends. Miss Cora Bowers was absent from the general delivery window at the postoflice this week takiug care of a nice little case of grippe. Notwithstanding the changes being made In the o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 February 1905

Hand Plow for Snow. When there Is such a quantity of ground to be cleaned of snow as is found around the average tarm home, lomething more than the ordinary mow shovel is needed. If the snow Is deep and the space to be cleared considerable, then one should bring Into use a large plow with the horse to pull it. For a hand plow nothing Is better than the simple one made in the following manner: Select two pieces of board free from knots, each three feet long and six Inches wide. Bevel the end of each board and nail them together In the form of a V. If necessary they may be braced at the wide end by a strip three Inches wide and the necessary length. Then put In a pole five feet long with a cross piece at the upper pnd. To strengthen the end in which Ihe handle is inserted cut a block of wood as large as possible, and fit it 6IMPLE HAND PLOW FOR SXOW. In the end where the two pieces of board join. This will make it easier to insert the handle firmly and will make the side pieces strong...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 February 1905

had catarrh thirty years Congressman Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na for his Recovery. j EX-CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON, OF OHIO Hon. David Meekison, Napoleon, Ohio, ex-member of Fifty-fifth and Fifty •iith (Congresses, writes: '1 have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefitted thereby from my catarrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that if I use it a short time longer I wiH be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years' standing." Hon. David Meekison began his po litical career by serving four consecu tive terms as Mayor of the town in which he lives. He was elected to the Fifty-fifth Con gress by a very large majority, and is the acknowledged leader of hie party in his section of the state. Only one flaw marred the otherwise complete success of this rising states man. (Catarrh with its insidious approach and tenacious grasp, was his only un ♦mquered foe. For thirty years he waged unsuccess On the Trail " * followed the - trail from Texas •uaha Fish Brand iVf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 February 1905

( To the People ] 1 of Kenncwick I i § £ = £ and vicity. We are temporarily located in = = the building formerly occupied by Robert = | Gerry, and while we are not quite complete = E in all lines at present we expect within a few § 5 days to have a complete stock of everything = = usually carried in a general store. = = We will endeavor to make our prices right, = ai E and give you fair treatment. AVe earnestly = E solicit a share ot your patrenage. = | R.H.fINCiRSOH! 5l!Himilllltll!ll!IHIHII1lllll1IIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIM1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!lllIIIII|ll|||!Hl3 Seattle Property to Trade for Desert Land. I wi9h to buy, or trade, Seattle prop erty for a desert land claim, or home stead relinquishment, which is, or can be irrigated within two years. J. W. Brown, 509-Mnrion ]»Mg\, Seattle, Wash. Dentistry. Dr. C M. Owen 13 at his office in the Pallister Block, In this city, every day of the week from now on, having discontinued his Pasco office. jf□sa I D E E By Special Ai rageraeni We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 March 1905

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 111. NO. 44 H| Ttie Prettiest Part of the Best ||| Town in Washington =:= g lAMON'S DADITION g I TO KENNEWICK | If you are looking for a lot on which to build your residence you should investigate * 7(£w) this proposition. The land has just been plotted and put on the market, and the prices that we (£§?? are asking for the lots make it possible for any one desiring nice residence property to buy. The new Methodist church, the finest in the city, has just been erectep in a central location in S» * the addition and the city schools are in easy reach of any part of it. The land was all leveled jAu§)) and seeded down last summer sa that there will be mo extra work in putting lawns in condition. mSJN) For Particulars call on cr address | -H. S. Amon = 1 II Exchange Bank, Kennewick || Portage Road Being 1 Built. W. F. Nelson, of the firm of Nelson and White, that secured the contract for construction of the Portage railroad, was in Portland yesterday and reports tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 March 1905

HmmH 4 §The largest irrigated district U in the beautiful and fertile 5 YAKIMA VALLEY U K The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for W| Wa sale, lands suited to the production of high grade II U crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, « grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all V 5C kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau- II M tiful homes. A 6 Raw land $60 to $90 an acre jj ffl according to location. With water right. JL TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five • years at six per cent. These lands are H II watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... \ For particulars, inquire of, or write to P WASHINGTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH.WASH. J. J. Reed & Co., f Hardware :: Furniture and Undertaking* We carry a full line of Headquarters for Cook Stoves, Ammution Ranges and and Sporting Heaters. Goods. Also Sewing Machines. our prices before buying elsewhere. v / The Merchant J. M. HAWKINS, - - - PROPRIETOR. Wines, liquors and cigars. Only first class goods ha...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 March 1905

SUICIDE AT CHICAGO THEATRE. Man in a Crowded Balcony Shoots Himself. Suicide in the balcony of a crowded theatre was the method of death chos en by an unknown man about 22 years old. who shot and killed himself at a Chicago opera house during a vaude ville show. The young man shot him self in the head. Death was instan taneous, and the body fell into the lap 0 f a woman occupying an adjoining seat. She and several other women fainted. When the sound of the shot was heard many women screamed and left their seats, but ushers soon quieted the excitement. No one was allowed to leave the balcony. The orchestra struck up a lively tune and aided in averting a panic. Nothing was found on the man's body to indicate his identity. The suicide took place during the singing of a pathetic song pictured in a coun try farmhouse. The suicide had listen ed attentively and had applauded. At the third encore he stood up, hesitat ed a moment, then quickly drawing a revolver shot himself dead. prophet Do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 March 1905

jjg SAV E/D g a 550 5 0C0 Farmers Throughout the || ||j || Are Saving Millions : their crop never fails ; tliey have turned their poorly paying Milcli Cows into the \SS.-- |3jl Best Paying Proposition on the Farm j®} '1 heir phenomenal success is attributed solely to the use of the WORLD FAMOUS M De Laval Cream Separator || It is in ;i high class by itself, absolutely'unapproachable by anything else in the j«"H| \&/)l separation of Cream from Milk. The old-time ranch butter is neglected, unless the Butter Maker employs a l)eLaval. The immense number in use oughs to he a con viiicing argument to the prospective purchaser. Call on us and get a catalogue. We will cell you more about it later. 1 KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO., 1 ; ! BIER, MANAGER [JgM Columbia Courier WILL J SHAU3HN ESSY EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Hlx Months - Three Months - The official report for 1904 credis Kennewick with the hottest weather in the state, 112 degrees being ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 March 1905

the local field rftOM •AftIRDAVS DAIL The band has secured one of the rear rooms In the second story of the Haw kins block for a practice room, and will furnish it in up-to-date style. The finishing touches are being put on the offices in the opera house block, «od Messrs. Anderson and Mitcham gre moving in. Tbey have two of the nioest offices in the city. W. R. Amon left for Waitsburg this j morning to spend a few days with his family and friends. Such lovely bread as they do make witb Electric Flour. You can get it at the Columbia Commission Co's ware-1 house or at W. R. Lamb's store. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sioke3 of lion- ■ anza, Col., are in the city looking for a ocatioo. Tbey say they have been ( reading The Courier for the past three j months and wanted to see if all the good things we have been saying about the country were true. At last report tbey were so well satisfied that we are likely to have them for permanent residents of the city. MOM MONDAY'S OAIL Mitt Bertha Tripp is h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 March 1905

NEW ORLEANS FIRE PROPERTY LOSS AMOUNTS TO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. Twelve Squares of Stuyvesant Docks Along the River Front and Vast Freight Terminals of Illinois Cen tral Wiped Out —Hundreds of Load ed Cars Burned. New Orleans, Feb. 27. —Fire involv ing millions of dollars loss in property and that strikes a serious temporary blow at the export trade of New Or leans, swept the river front Sunday night and wiped out the vast freight terminals of the Illinois Central, known as the Stuyvesant docks. Near ly a dozen squares of modern wharves and freight sheds, two magnificent grain elevators, hundreds of loaded cars and vast quantities of freight, in cluding 20,000 bales of cotton, were destroyed together with a large num ber of small residences. It has not been determined whether there has been any loss of life. The ocean go ing shipping seems to have escaped serious damage. A number of firemen and employes of the docks were in jured. Actual estimates of the losses are impossible to obtai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 March 1905

Mrs. Stanford Poisoned to Death Honolluu, March 3. —Mrs. Jane La throp Stanford of San Francisco, wid ow of Senator Leland Stanford, died at 11:40 o'clock Wednesday night at the Moana hotel here. Suspicious circumstances surround the death of Mrs. Stanford. She was taken ill at 11:00 o'clock and said: "I have been poisoned." Her last words were: "This is a horrible death to die." " Mrs. Stanford came here from San Francisco on the Korea, February 21. In conversation with Mrs. Henry High-! ton of San Franicsco, who is now here, Mrs. Stanford said that an attempt had been made to poison her in that city and that this was her reason for sailing on the Korea. , It was Mrs. Stanford's belief, ac cording to Mrs. Highton, that enough poison had been used to kill 20 per sons. It is understood that an investi gation of the case is now being made oy the police of San Francisco. The police heer are also conducting an in quiry. Before retiring last night Mrs. Stan ford took a dose of bicarbonat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 3 March 1905

SRmnfmHfiHTnifmiHTiHiwiMmflnrwiinriniiiiHiLiiMiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiMiMiiiiiMiiis | lr) Order to F{oo/r\ | 3 - . . ± = For our Spring Goods wo will offer for tlie = = next 30 days all ot our Winter Goods at greatly i ! 5 reduced prices. All 12c and 15c Outings, = = Flannelettes and Kanatta Serge will be sold = 1 For ioc Per Yard J = Good Medium Weight Wool and Fleeced Un- = = derwear and Light Wool Hosiery at greatly E = reduced prices. Ladies' Light Fleeced Wrap- = E pers at actual cost. Don't forget that we =: 5 have a nice line of Gent's Clothing, Hats and = 5 Shoes that will be sold at live and let live = ~ prices. .... = | Our Grocery Stock: | = is complete and the prices will always be = = found right. Give us a trial. = | R.H. ANDERSON | = AT THE OLD GERRY STAND. = mil Seattle Property to Trade for Desert Land. I wish to buy, or trade, Seattle prop erty for a desert land claim, or home stead relinquishment, which is, or can be irrigated within two years. J. W. Brown, 509-Marion Bl...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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