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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 March 1905

VOL. 111. NO. 47 DELEGATES I ARE NAMEDI meeting last night was WELL ATTENDED KcuucwioU Precint Will be Repre senttMl in the County Convention by Four Delegates Who Will Look Alter Its Interests. The caucus called for the pur-! pose of selecting delegates to at-j tend the county citizens convention 1 at Prosser next Saturday was held j in Prof. Nutt's school room last evening and was attended by aj representative gathering of our cit izens Rufus Fullertou was selected chairman and \V. J. Shaughnessy secretary. The chairman stated the object of the meeting and called for nom inations, with the result that R. ! lerton, W. J. Shaughnessy, W. H. Souderman and A. H Richards were chosen to go to Prosser. The object of the convention at Prosser is to select a satisfactory list of candidates for the various county offices and present to the county commissioners for their ap proval. This method of selecting the officers has been endorsed by tbe commissioners and will result in giving all part...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 March 1905

SIXTYPEOPLEKILLED BOILER EXPLOSION AND EIRE AT BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS. Large Shoe Manufacturing Establish ment of S. B. Grover Company De stroyed—Bodies Fifty-three People Recovered —Loss Will Reach More Than $250,000. Brockton, Mass., -March 21. —At least 60 persons were killed by the ex plosion of a boiler in a large shoe man ufacturing establishment in the Cam pello district, conducted by the S. B. (trover company. The explosion was immediately fol lowed by a flash of flame, which con sumed the factory, a long, four story structure, as if it were a house of cards, and incinerated an unknown number of men and women who were unable to extricate themselves from a mass of tangled wreckage formed by the terrible upheaval in the boiler room. More than 50 of the emlpoyes in the building were mangled, burned or bruised by the time they reached safe ground. Some had jumped from the roof, some from windows, others had been injured in the mad rush to escape from the doomed fac tory. From a...

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 March 1905

DROPPED TO DEATH TWO BALLOONISTS IN ACCIDENT AT WALLACE, IDAHO. Professor O'Dell and Dell Dare Were About 175 Feet High in the Air When the Old Balloon Ripped In Two and Aeronauts Fell—Para chutes Fail to Work. Wallace. Idaho, March 20. —In a double balloon ascension at the city park Sunday afternoon the lower parts of the balloon tore away when the two aeronauts, Professor O'Dell and Dell Dare, were between 150 to 200 feet in the air and both were dashed to the ground. Nearly every bone in O'Dell's body was broken. Dare did not sustain a broken bone but was internally injured and died soon after. A young boy named Gib son was caught by the falling balloon; and completely covered. The hot air' burnt him about the face and body be-' fore he could be dragged from under neath the canvas, but he is not serious ly injured. Several hundred people had assem bled in various parts of the city to witness the ascension. As soon as the balloon left the ground, to the horror of the nearby specta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 March 1905

jjjfi -jagi;\ ljy J ) ■ || jl 550,000 Farmers Throughout the | wmm 1 . 1 . — ||jjj Are Saving Millions : tlieir crop never fails ; tliey have turned their poorly paying sjj3| Milch Cows' into the Best Paying Proposition on the Farm Sjjgj ?@5)) Their phenomenal success is attributed solely to the use of the WORLD FAMOUS WrM S De Laval Cream Separator || It is in a high class by itself, absolutely unapproachable by anything else in the separation of Cream from Milk. The old-time ranch butter is neglected, unless the (Be?! Butter Maker employs a DeLaval. The immense number in use oughs to be a con- Sgj KsJld viacing argument to the prospective purchaser. Call 011 us and get a catalogue. y%jm We will tell you more about it later. •1 KENNEWICK HARDWARE CO., | H. A. BIER, Manager Columbia Courier WILL J SHAUGHNES3Y EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Months .... .75 Three Months .50 We do riot wish to cast any doubts in the minds of people who co...

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

the local field ..«« S D * IL p Irvin and daughter left last ni ' bt for Walla Walla, where Mrs. Ir ,i„ is confined in the hospital. 0 L Hanson and Marshall Carxip -I^,ll'have today been engaged in driv tbe grade stakes for the new side, "•flic ulong the south side of Second street. The large sign 011 the St. Paul & Ta cooia Lumber Co.'s building has been and is a good sample of the , ig u painter's art. It is the work of \V. 11. S«u th « ,ftOM MONDAY'S DA.L M re . Jas. Crowell is visiting with friends in Spokane. \y R. Lamb has just received a handaouie pair of Detroit gravity scale 9. The measles are raking up consider- i able of tbe time of our young people! a t present. Alfalfa 18 inches high was brought j jo from the lower end of the valley Saturday. The band gave an open air concert in the transfer shed at the depot yester. day afternoon. } John Struble reports his almond trees in full bloom. He expects a good crop of nuts this year. Mrs. Valkman was over from Pasco Saturd...

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

nssn y : - - Td The largest irrigated district JJ V in the beautiful and fertile S YAKIMA VALLEY 9 The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for (a sale, lands suited to the production of high grade U U 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. Kt y Raw Land $60 to $90 an acre S) ffl according to location. With water right. TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five W fL years at six per cent. These lands are El II watered by the great Sunnyside canal. ... For particulars, inquire of, or write to y WASHINUTON IRRIGATION COMPA'V, 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. The Merchant A J. M. HAWKINS, - • PROPRIETOR. Wines, liquors Only first class goods handled Whiskies an...

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

pE-JHJ-NA conquers gatarrhjhe world over. One Million , /> Die Annually of J^-V V' ■.■ &\i All over the world Peruna is known -N /° Am V> Bid oaeJ for catarrhal diseases. Th- -— W/ >Vv l" Peruna Girl has traveled 'round the .ittfek. w«l giohe. PfflWffiMflffl Her face is familiar everywhere that ®Sfl|l|™ V?JJSB§|Kfev *«X» fi» V f/mMtliMfl civilization reaches. 1\ .iffijyjF 1 U«t»trsally Praised i iivll/l \* \ From Africa to Greenland, from *f\\Bf rm Jim & $/'/%/(/// WII \ Manchuria to Patagonia, the face of A /Sffl/"// WV- tWA'. fi t/f 1 \ the Peruna girl is familiar and the tiffll/As/Vy/ V £l Jgf/ym// /vffl/fi HV '\ I praises of Peruna as a catarrh remedy | /V jK(y //Jy //tf y // /' li' II Successful in North and South //& / / Peruua crossed the Equator several 11 * A *»_ years ago, to find in the Southern Hem- worM tjrxes to . th f "tmost. one of the Washington, D. C., as follows: isphere the same triumphant success 4 laboratones ln lll « United States. | "I ca...

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

EMiiimiiniiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHimiiiiiiiiiNimiiiiimiiiiMimiiiiiNiimiiiimiiHw ! I 9 Order to 1 E For our Spring Goods we will offer for the = = next 30 clays nil oi our Winter Goods at greatly E E • reduced prices. All l*2c and 15c Outings, E = Flannelettes and Kanatta Serge will be sold = | For ioc Per Yard § = Good Medium Weight Wool and Fleeced Un- = = derwear and Light Wool Hosiery at greatly = § reduced prices. Ladies' Light Fleeced Wrap- = = p ers at actual cost. Don't forget that we = S have a nice line of Gent's Clothing, Hats and = Shoes that will be sold at live and let live = E prices. .... = | Our Grocery Stock | £ ♦ E 5 is complete and 'he prices will always be E s found right. Give us a trial. = I ftJLftKBsfISOM | ~ AT THE OLI) GERRY STAND. = illll„lllllll„IIIIIIMIIllll | 'lll'l1"l!il | l""""""i'""i' 1111111 Illllillllll Mill COX TEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Walla Walla, Wash. February 20, 1905. II sufficient coin est affidavit Irvine o»en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 7 April 1905

fiOF IlMßra VOL. 111. NO. 49 ARRANUING FOR LANDINGS H. E. Cover Here in the Interests of His Steamboat Company H. E. Cover, the gentleman who was here some weeks ago looking up the steamboat line, is here again today and says it will only be a short time till the boats will be running. He is here for the pur pose of arranging for a landing. He has been all over the river front on this side and found one or two places that suited him, if they can be secured. His line of boats will run north as far a< White Bluffs and east up the Snake river as far as the business will justify and south as far as The Dalles. It is the intention of the company to erect a warehouse and coal bunkers as soon as the lauding places are decided upon. Concert and Ball at Pasco. The band concert and ball given by the Kennewick brass band in Pasco will be remembered by all who took part in it as one of the most successful and enjoyable af fairs of the kind in the history of the twin cities. The hall which is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 7 April 1905

AROUND THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. A majority of the female population is leaving Harbin. Business at Harbin is paralyzed and a general lack of confidence is shown. A severe rain and snow storm pre vailed throughout Colorado Saturday. The ceal miners at Altoona will not strike, as the operators agree to re new the scale. Governor General Wright and the members of the Philippine commission have left Manila for Baguio, the sum mer capital. Secretary Morton has been forced to abandon his trip to the south and west with the presiaent upon the ur gent request of an ear specialist, whom he consulted. Dr. William R. Harper, president of the Universityof Chicago, greatly im proved in health by his rest and by the Roentgen rays treatment, will soon return to Chicago. There are poor crops in England, owing to wet weather of ...

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

CZAR'S ARMY RESTS CONSTANT SKIRMISHING OCCURS BETWEEN ARMIES. Natives Report That Japanese Are Leaving Only a Small Force in Front of Russians —Transferring Bulk of Their Army to Vladivostok Linevitch Is a Favorite. Gunshu Pass, 18 Miles North of Tie Pass, April 3. —General Mistchenko has moved forward into close touch with the Japanese and keeps up con stant skirmishing. Elsewhere every thing is quiet. General Mistchenko, when he learn ed of the beginning of the panic dur ing the retreat from Mukden, though an unhealed wound forbade his walk ing, drove in a carriage to his force and assumed command, which he has since retained, though he is unable to ride over the deeply mired roads, which are beginning to dry. Native reports, which may be taken for what they are worth, state that the Japanese are leaving before the Russian front only a screen, capable, with the help of the Mukden and Tie pass fortifications and garrisons, of holding in check General Linevitch, and are transferring...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 7 April 1905

SAVED 550,000 Farmers Throughout the World = Are Saving Millions ; their crop never fails ; tliey have turned their poorly paying Milch Cows into the Best Paying Proposition on the Farm Their phenomenal success is attributed solely to the use of the WORLD FAMOUS De Laval Cream Separator It is in a high class by itself, absolutely unapproachable by anything else in the separation of Cream from Milk. The old-time ranch butter is neglected, unless the Butter Maker employs a DeLaval. The immense number in use oughs to be a con vincing argument to the prospective purchaser. Call on us and get a catalogue. We will tell you more about it later. i KENNEWICK HARDWARECCX \ 1 j H. A. BIER, XI AM AGE R Columbia Courier WILL J SHAUGHNESSY EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - • $1.50 Bix Months - .75 Thre® Months v - - - .50 President Roosevelt has started in on that cleaning up process that a large number os people expected him to begin wiih his accession to the pre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 7 April 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD I have a few nice rooms in the Coffin building for rent. Frank Emigli. The Ladies' Aid of the Congre gational Church will sell cakes and doughnuts Saturday afternoon April Bth. —The Cascade Lumber Co. carry the most complete line cf sash doors and millwork between North Yakima and Spokane. Mrs. H. L. Nichols and children went to Kennnewick, Sunday, to join her husband who went a few days before. —Lind Leader. P. .Haasr publisher of the Lind Leader spent the afternoon in Kennewick. He said he had heard so much about the Daily Courier that he had to come down and see what kind of a town we had here that supported a J)aily at the age of two years. M. A. Hatton, of Red Lake, Falls Minn., spent the clay in town look ing over the situation. He says it is hard for a Red River Valley man to understand the productiveness of this kind of soil. What he saw, however convinced him it is pro ductive. MOM MONDAY'S DAI L MissJLda entertaining her sister from Spokane. • C. J. Beach w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 7 April 1905

SUNNYSIDE The largest irrigated district in the beautiful, and fertile YAKIMA VALLEY The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for sale, lands suited to the production of high grade crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau tiful homes. Raw land $60 to $90 an acre according to location. With water right. TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five years at six per cent. These lands are watered by the great Sunnyside canal. . . . For particulars, inquire of, or write to WASHINUTON 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. | The Merchant J. M. HAWKINS, T- >- ;PEOPEIETOE. Wines, liquors and cigars. Only first class goods handled Whiskies and wines for mtdical purposes alw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 7 April 1905

TEA What did they do for tea two-hundred and fifty years ago! Four Trainmen Killed. S C.—Four trainmen were ?7«ndFreight Engineer Reed was f l injured in a headon collision a thorough freight and a fast train on the Southern rail p it is asserted that Engineer wa tch was 30 minutes slow and tW this was the direct cause of the wreck- TEA Are you acquainted with te»? Is it tea that you know? Are you sure you Ibiow tea? Prof. J. H - Hollander, of John Hop tlos university, appointed special com missioner to Santo Domingo for the purpose of investigating the financial condition of that government, has just sailed- TEA Three quarters of the tea In this country is not very good. The fraction is not too high. Your grocer rtturni your mooty If y«u don't 1&B Killing'* Btli It is said of John H. Langton, mana pir of a prominent New York hotel, Jat be can call half the hotel people and patrons in the United States by their names, but has never seen Bos lon, Philadelphia, Baltimore or Wash i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 7 April 1905

Iq Order to (T\a!\e For our Spring Goods we will oftVr ior -tlm next. 30 days till of our Winter Goods at greatly reduced prices. All 1 '2c and l;>c Outings, Flannelettes and Kanatta Serge will he sold . For ioc Per Vad Good Medium Weight Woo! and Fleeced Un derwear and Light Wool Hosiery ait greatly reduced prices. Ladies' 1-ight Fleeced Wrap pers at actual cost.. Don't forget that we have a nice line of Gent's Clothing, Ilats and Shoes that will be sold at live and let live prices. .... On r Grocery Stock: is complete and *he prices will always be found right. Give us a trial. AT THE OLD' GKRRV STAND. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Walla Walla, Wash. February 20, 1905. H'sufficient contest affidavit havinc j been filed in tin* otti.-e by HoUie j O'Brien, contestant, against Home-, stead Entry No* 11K70, made January i 7, 1903, f«»r the SE}, See. 20, Township ! 7 north, range 28, K W. M, by Wil liam J. Parks, contcstee, i.i which it is alleged that sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 April 1905

COLOMBIA COURIER. VOL. 111. NO. 49 twin cities OF THE COLUMBIA SEND A DELEGATION TO PROSSER THAT CARRIES HOME LAURELS The Pasco Base Ball Club, Backed Up By 1 Large Crowd of Kootevs and the Keuuewirk Brass Band, Win Uihhl Game at Prosser Sunday. Sunday the Pasco b ill team met the Prosser aggregation on the latter's home grounds and put them to the bad by a score ot 4 to 1. We sprung a new deal 011 them and it took some of the wind out ol their sails. Heretofore when a team visited a town for the purpose of playing a game they were companied by a few enthusiasts and were at the mercy of the root ers of the home team, and it is a well known fact that no matter how hospitable the home team and the rooters may be before and after the game, all friendship ceases when the umpire says "Play ball." ■Said y when time was called Pasco had about as many support ers on the ground as the home fel lows, and they were all good husky rooters, at that. Kennewick has decided that one good team in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 April 1905

SUNNYSIDE The largest irrigated district in the beautiful and fertile YAKIMA VALLEY The Washington Irrigation Comyany offers for sale, lands suited to the production of high grade crops of diversified character, comprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden truck of all kinds. A country of intensive farming and beau tiful homes. Raw land $60 to $90 an acre according to location. With water right. TERMS : One-fifth down, balance in five years at six per cent. These lands are watered by the great Sunnyside canal. . . . For particulars, inquire of, or write to WASHINUTON IRRIGATION COMPA'Y, ZILLAH.WASH. J. J. Reed & Co., f Hardware Furniture and Undertaking. We carry a full line of Headquarteis for Cook Stoves, Ammution Ranges and and Sporting Heaters. Goods. Also Sewing Machines. our prices before buying'elsewhere.* The Merchant J. M. HAWKINS, - - - Wines, liquors and cigars. Only first class goods handled Whiskies and wines for medical purposes always in stock at lowest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 April 1905

queen of actresses PRAISES PE-RU-NA MISS JULIA MARLOWE Heartily Approves of Peruna for the Nerves. In a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co., Miss Julia Marlowe, of t New York City, writes the following: "I am glad to write my endorsement of the great remedy, Per una, as a nerve tonic. I do so most hearaly."—Julia Marlowe. Nervousness is very common among women. This condition is due to anemic nerve centers. The nerve cen ters are the reservoirs of nervous vitality These centers become bloodless for want of proper nutrition. This is especially true in the spring season. Every spring a host of invalids are produced as the direct result of f Swollen Veins, Sprains, Strains and Weak Joints Relieved and Cured with our Silk Elastic Stockings. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Fine Stout Wristlets. ? fl.'iHJ Garter H05e.2.50 3J50 Above Knee 1 105e,.. 5.00 6.00 We also manufacture all forms of Belts and Supporters. WOODARD, CLARKE & CO. t Portland, Oregon. Philadelphia Press: Consumption is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 21 April 1905

The Rural Court THE fARMEMUDGE "I ®« sting Madtoesfori94p|K This is the verdict of all the farmers who have used the 0. K. lino of Harvesting machinery. We will carry a line of these goods this season. Now is the time to investigate THE McCflrmicK LI NE KENNEWICK HARDWARECO., % H. A. BIER, Manager Columbia Courier WILL J SHAUGHNESSY EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance • - $1.50 Six Months ... - .75 Three Months .... .50 In engineering the growth of a new town or district, as much care should be exercised as in raising stock, or fruit or grain. It is practically the same proposition. Many a good town has been prac tically killed or badly crippled by ignorance of its promoters, and many an aggregation of promoters have gone broke on a good town booming scheme simply because they did not spend their money ii the right place. There is nothing that calls for so great an outlay of capital for advertising purposes as promotiag a new western com munity, and if o...

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