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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 July 1905

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Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 July 1905

Tbe Special Correspondent CHAPTER VII. We have two hours to wait at Kizil A-rvat. Although the day is closing in, I could not employ my time better than In visiting this little town, which con tains in'»re than two thousand Inhabit ants, Russians, l'ersiaus and Turko mans. At nine o'clock the signal to start was pi veil. The train leaving Kizil Arvat went off in a southwesterly direction toward Askhabad, along the Persian frontier. If I remained awake it was because I was troubled in my mind. I was think ing of my famous packing case, of the man it contained, and this very night I had resolved to enter into communication with him. I thought of the people who had done this sort of thing before. In 18S9, 1801 and 1892 an Austrian tailor, Herman Zeitung, had come from Vienna to Paris, from Amsterdam to Brussels, from Antwerp to Christiania, in a box. Hut I must wait until Popof had re tired to rest. The train would not stop until it reached Gheok Tepe, at one o'clock in the morning. Du...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 July 1905

MUTINEERS GIVE OP HAVE SURRENDERED TO GOVERN MENT OF ROMANIA. The Battleship Kniaz Potemkine has Been Formally Transferred to Rus sian Navy—All Supplies Had Been Exhausted —Everything Portable of Value Had Been Carried Away. Kustenji, July 11. —Following orders received from the Roumanian govern ment, the Kniaz Potemkine has been .formally transferred to the Russian navy. Admiral Kruger sent a flag Jieutenant on board the vessel and no tified the officer in command that he was ready to transfer the Russian crew to the battleship. This was done, tne Roumanian flag hauled down and the Russian hoisted after the usual sa lutes had been fired. An inspection of the vessel revealed everything in the wildest confusion. Ail of the supplies had been exhaust ed, the officers' cabins had been looted, the money taken from the ship's strong box and everything portable of value carried away. For the last three days the vessel has been navigated by a sublieutenant, who was kepi at his post by a gua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 July 1905

ll is i p 11 s n i P is i|? i p I« | m % \IInnSsDOI %?§ j§j MdlVGol dujljjlldd! Hal idol uUjJjJIICo! I ill ¥Col uUpjjiiCo. g | Oils for instance. We will guarantee you a Right Price and Right Oils. JS P WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL KINDS. || %?3fi it *r t! ® .« # «"""' E ™* ~— W^ci {&§)£ /ifi $-jim I ocf I t T .1 w@< 1 v iva ii jt m!i A $ Lace Le«' 111 ler fe D^ r L V*fc~<*S*«S<n» | Whole Sides «ir Keady Cut. gg pg? O'lciC'SC v C'Js let l~ —. pa j|| | oii.s ; Cylinder Oil fi (ICI S Oils in Bulk or in Cans. * *-<* • /\#i 2® if i _i uas engine Oil gg |g§ McCORMICK HEADQUARTERS. REPAIRS. g 1 Paints and Oils' Phoenix Paint § U Kennewick Hardware Company. If 11. A. bi'kk, Manager *" Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR and PROPRIETOR TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Months 1 - - - - .75 Three Months ... - .50 ORDINANCE NO. — An ordinance providing for the man n<*r in which local improvements amy j be made and the manner in which 1 special ass...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 July 1905

THE LOCAL FIELD FROM SATURDAY S PAILY. Leave your order for views at the Kennewiek Studio. 1,, F. Eieholtz reports t lirit his water lifting device is an unqualified succ* ss. Grain bags and sack twine for sale Immediate delivery J ami - Chowku, Fred Shunemann of Pasco is here jnftiing arrangements to ship a car of horses. Fou Sat i;— Hor«e, buggy and harness Separately or together.— Mrs. <) F. < 'os per, Section "1. Mr. Hill from Prosser, is lookingover our city ami noting the many improve ments made in three year -. Ilenry Rogardt will begin cutting bis crop of'JSO acres of fine wheat Mon day. He is the first to begin so far as reported. j: Yan Sycle, the Renton hardware merchant, is in town today buying stock for bis store and tians acting oth er business. VVm. Diroksen, while banging some pictures in his appartme: ts in the new building, fell from the step ladder and broke one of the bones in bis lelt hand. Preaching in the Congregational j church tomorrow at 11 a. m. and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 July 1905

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS 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. It is stated that no more gambling licenses will be issued in Mexico City after August 1, when all existing li censes expire. Acting on advice of the police, who have carefully investigated the situa tion, the governor general of Odessa has' directed that elaborate precau tions be taken to prevent a massacre of the Jews of the city which is un derstood to have been planned for this week. Silas McDonald, who was for years cashier of the biate National bank of Oshkosh, Wis., committed suicide Sun day at Philadelphia by cutting his throat in the presence of his wife. He had been in ill health. Thousands of delegates attended the 19th annual reunion of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks at Buffa lo, N. Y.. this week. Kiel. —First Lieutenant Nirrnheim, commander of the torped...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 July 1905

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA, AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. interesting Items Gathered r om Our Exchange# of the Bur <>unding Country —Numerous Acci ents and Personal Events Take ■iice—Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NOTES. 11. F. Gibson, a druggist, and Mrs. Jemes Mitchell, wife of a furniture salesman, were drowned in Lake Washington, near Seattle. An up turned boat with wearing apparel be longing to the couple was found on the hank of Union bay. Saturday afternoon during the Ritz ville-Palouse ball game, within 20 roils of the grounds, William, the 13 year old son of John Davison of Pa louse, was drowned while swimming in the river. Harry C. Boyd blew out his brains at Spokane last Friday night. He was the assistant general agent of the Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance com pany and had been in the insurance business in the northwest for 28 years. He was one of the largest stockhold ers in the Big Bend National bank of Davenport, Wash. R. H. Chilton of Dayton, aged 65 yea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 14 July 1905

I test You Forget, Let Us Hemkfl You Inst f J1 1 1 -- - - ■ i rpmipwipk- firisiii | IIUS iBIU IS SU\\l blf Uu11! I I | Ess Some Mianfeges Over 1!! Biiior Irrigated Pisces § *£ l The best constructed ditch in the state, bicked by a ® fe rich com[...uy tli.it isab'eand wihing to make it sure at any §L % cost. No danger of failure. & 2 Water sure and abundant, which is the very life of ir- & « ri;4".;t on—no experiment, years of success. j| wL 3 The only bridge accross the Columbia to the ocem, fl costing a million dollars. » 4 On main line of the Northern Pacific, the only railway «f $ reaching all the large cities of the Northwest. J| 5 The natural junction point for the next large city of P the Northwest —an Inland Columbia Limplre City of 30,000. » 6 Soil —the very best on earth for sand and * ash. mixed, underlaid with gravel, combining richness with * perfect drainage. « M 7 Karliness —nt> spot north of California ripens crops as early as Kennewick, with lowest attitud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 July 1905

THE KENNEWICK COURIER V r OL. IV. NO. 10 OUR PEOPLE HAVE FAITH. Now Believe That Hisrh Line Ditch Will Eventually Be Built By Government. One of the committeeman who was sent from here by the Commer cial Club to confer with the Cover, nor and State Land Commissioner Ross, says he believes there never was a time when the proposition of the High Line Ditch looked so fav orable. Now that the state has withdrawn its opposition there is nothing in the way of the gover ment going ahead and building the canal if the report of the engineer on the project is favorable. That this report will favorable no oue acquaint ed with the conditions existing doubts fot one moment. It is a big propositsou, it is true, and will cost lots of money but it isn't too big for Uncle Sam. Everyone knows it re quires considerable r*d tape before the goverment actually begins con struction, so it may be some time be fore excavation work would be act ually begun, but when we once have the positive knowledge that s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 July 1905

Tbe Special Correspondent CHAPTER X. At one o'clock in the afternoon the train stopped at Merv station, over five hundred miles from Uzan Ada. e have seven hours to stop at Merv, and in company with Major Noltitz I "do' the town. On our return to the station Popof runs up to me, saying: "I know the name." "And it is?" "Yen Lou, the great mandarin Yen Lou of Pekin." "Thank you, Popof." I rush to the telegraph office, and from there I send a telegram to the Twenti eth Century. "Merv, 16th May, 7 p. m. "Train. Grand Transasiatic, Just leav ing Merv. Took from Douchak the body of the great mandarin Yen Lou coming from Persia to Pekin." It cost a good deal, did this telegram, but you will admit it was well worth its price. The name of Yen Lou was imme diately communicated to our fellow trav elers, and it seemed to me that my lord Faruskiar smiled when he heard it* We left the station at eight o'clock precisely. Forty minutes afterward we passed near old Merv, and the night be ing dark, I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 July 1905

THE CASE WAS NOT HOPELESS* Two young women had been discM* lng the undoubted firmness of charac ter possessed by the one named "Sal ale," «nys the Chicago News. "Youz nose and chin," declared Jeannette, "denote great decision and executive ability.' "Well," said Sallie, "I have been to your tailor, and I want to know what you sent me to him for." "Why," said her friend, "I sent you to him because I like him. He knows fvO well what I want He takes every thing out of your hands." "He simply does!" said Sallie. "I ■went in there to-day and told him I wanted to have a brown suit made up. "You don't want brown, madam,' he said. I said I did. He contradicted me: 'You have too sallow a skin to -wear brown, madam. Here is a cloth suitable for you,' and he showed me a hideous mixed thing in gray mwi black." "Did you take it?" asked Jeannette. "I did," replied Sallie. "But for a long time I was very firm about not wanting the goods. Tliat was while we were talking about the way to make the co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 July 1905

' a iiStflSSi :■ fc Viinnlico! Marupct WarypQl 1 j® fluliGol uuUUi!osi i fuliUM uUUIJiiGoI \ suilutk uUbUiluo! m m7=-< !• 1 h 1 ■ 2 wKr ||y SI i i i i ||| 'Mm \% 7 "4- £2% 4*® Ei #~g g\* pg V\ alcl g M Oils for Instance. We will guarantee you a Right Price and Right Oils, pi f§ WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF At J , KINDS, M m ___ • g| J Medium Castor 8 (f<t* %7 „ 2- „ 2 ! Wli()U>Si<.les or Rencly Cut. Mi |g| olsck Vergin.a i—, ——— — 11 "oils " j Cylinder Oil & ( iii 13 \ 111 c<> r ii i Ct i i »s». i +■ > —■-% * ««g fg i J tias hngme Oil g§ ||| McCOiiMICK HKAIXIIJARTEHS. HUI'AIKS. gj 0 Paints and Oils Pkoeisix Paint || |g Kenne'wick Hard ware Company. • B h^ r . I I. A. HIKK, Maxaokw " Kennewick Courier LAUREN W. SOTH EDITOR »ud PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - ?1 • J»ix Mouths ' •" :j Three Months - - - - ORDINANCE NO. — Concluded from page eight. itlg of saiij.fdi'ev allc, O' - tiijevajk* Khali >*e Churgetl against die sail! i'toperiv ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 July 1905

THE LOCAL F!KL!> TROM SAT I KDA V Is DAILY. Ira Larkm trail-acted business at Walla Walla yesterday. Fullerßoesch arc painting \Y. •Greer's now house in Anion's addition. L- Speigle finished moving hi'- goods out to his place in the valley below it own today. Theearloads of lumber lor Watson Bros.' grain wan * hou-ic is being un loaded ou the building site today and construction work will begin Monday. Preaching in the Congregational •church tomorrow at II a. m. and 8 p. in. Sunday school at 10 a m. and En deavor society* at 7 p. m.--11. .1. Ze re It er, Pastor. K. A. Simmons went t<> Kiona today on business connected with re-furnish ing the school house. He will teach ■the higher grades in the public school at that place the coming year. KENSEWICK —The school cen.-us is complete and there r.re 21N pupils between the ages of (5 and 21. Two years ago there were twelve pupils in the public shool here. The growth has been steady.—Tacoma News. Mrs. John F. Irvin who has hem *ic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 July 1905

NORTHWEST.STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA, AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Item* Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place—Outlook Is Bright. WASHINGTON NOTES. Farmers generally predict a large grain crop in Columbia county. An ice factory and cold storage plant is being erected at Pomeroy. Never before in the history of Doug las county has wheat looked better. American board of commissioners for foreign missions, Seattle, Septem ber 14-18. The street railways of Spokane em ploy 484 men, providing living for 2420 people. Plans are being drawn for the $75,- 000 county court house to be erected in North Yakima. The body picked up in the Spokane river last Thursday is supposed to be that of Tom Kingden, a lumberjack. The peach and apricot crop this year will be by far the largest and the best ever harvested in the We natchee valley. The conditions of the crops indicate that one of the largest yields in the hist...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 July 1905

MURDERER CAUGHT WAS MAKING ESCAPE THROUGH THE UNITED STATES. Criminal Had Cut Throat of His Wife While They Were Living at Bel mont, Mass.—He Has Confessed the Crime —Says His Wife Had Lied to Him and They Had Quarreled. La Junta, Col., July 17.—John Sch iskloskas, a Russian, wanted at Bel mont, Mass., for the murder of his wife last Wednesday night, was ar rested at La Junta this afternoon by Sneriff Barr while passing through the city on the Santa Fe railroad. The murderer confessed and gave the full details of the tragedy, which has been puzzling the Massachusetts officers. He said that he and his wife were drinking and quarreling Wednesday afternoon, and continued their quar rel at a park that night, when her taunts enraged him to such an extent that he cut her throat with a penknife and threw the body in a gully. Thursday he started for the west, making no attempt to conceal his identity. The prisoner expressed his willingness to return without requisi tion papers and he will b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 21 July 1905

A Big Clean-Up » . —; . —. —: | As we are going to close out all our Furni- 5 ture and Hardware, we will sell for the b !' next thirty days, for cash, the following: < 1 Uarbed wire $3.25 per ioolb. $5.00 rocking cliair for $4.00 j !$55 ranges £40 4.00 "" " 3.00 ? " 2S 300 " '• "2.00 ) 20 stoves 16 1.75 parlor chair 1.30 S 12 " 9 ' ii.oo office " 6.00 < ! s *' <> 5.00 " " 4.00 / !' r> " $4.50 ; 15.00 trunks 12.00 S 10 iron bedsteads S.OO | 12.00 " 9.00 a i- 8 ' " 6.00 9.00 " 7.00 <5 I 1 6 " " 4-5° 7-°° " 5.00 Ji Wooden beds froms2 to 3.50 5.00 " 4.00 X j!- Clocks way down 4.00 " 3.25 | »' Wewill sell $12 Dressers for $10 and $7 Dressers for $5 each | ji $160 Safe for $120, brand new. j J 20 per cent off on Silk Handkerchiefs. j I WE WILL GIVE AWAY j With every $75 cash purchase ofabove named goods, $12 silkshawl I On a $50 purchase three silk scarfs worth $4.50. « |< On a $35 purchase six silk handkerchiefs worth $3. J On a $25 purchase three silk handkerchiefs ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 July 1905

VOL. IV. NO. 11 Timely Strawberry Notes. In the spring of IS9OI came from ! ' Minneapolis to this pleasant Yaki- < ma valley locating at Prosser, coun ty seat of the newly formed Benton ' county. Propagating strawberries! and selling plants have Veen given j close attention since. The Clarke seedling is the berry of uncommon j quality for shipping, splendid flavor and dark red to center. The only complaint being that they were rather shy bearers. I have now selected from good bearing hiils for four years and find them full up to the standard of productiveness. I have tested over 75 different varie ties in this valley and from this practical experiment consider the following leading profitable sorts: Warfieid Brandywine, Sample and Magoon as shippers. For close markets Haverland and Knormous, Very prolific. The Warfieid has uncommon good qualities for can ning, because it holds its peculiar fine flavor better than any berry I ever tried. The only objection to the Marshall is its s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 July 1905

Tbe Speciad Correspondent CHAPTER XII. In 1870 the Russians endeavored, without success, to establish a fair at Tashkend, which would rival that of Nijni-Xovgorod. Some twenty years later the attempt would hav« succeeded, and as a matter of fact the fair now exists, owing to the making of the Transcapsian to unite Samarkand and Tashkend. We left Tashkend at precisely 11 o'clock in the morning. As soon as we are on the move I be gin to think of Kinko. His little love romance has touched me to the heart; this sweetheart who sent himself off this other sweetheart who is going to pay the expenses. lam sure Major \ol titz would be interested in these two turtle doves, one of which is in a cage; he would not be too hard on this de frauder of the company, he would be in capable of betraying him. Consequently I have a great desire to tell him of my expedition into the baggage van. But the secret is not mine. I must do noth ing that might get Kinko into trouble. And so I am silent, and to-ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 July 1905

THE MAN QUEBTION. Brow of snow and rippling cul, Teeth like rows »( whitest pufl, Lip* with dainty iwmOmh Mt- Utr|ir«t: Cheek of roe*, «JmJ eyes whose Mm, Melting, thrill* yen through lU through, Face and figure half divine Madeliae: Merry mouth and saucy bnb, Blackest wen ever mm, Xur»~i-up Boao aa4 piquant ehia—■ Katharine: Still, demure and sweetly (aiist, Fair as any pictured mint. Fore as any cloistered sua. Mariea: Begnl, Juso-Ilke aad faia, Jewels la ker purple hair, Men might die for her, aad nor*-* Eleanor: Tender, thoughtful, with a grace All her owa on form and face, Face that somehow make* you crievo— Genevieve: Tricksome, elfish, full of fun. Lips that never would be woa Do your best —that I caa tell— Isabel: Well—heaven help oe—we're bat rrven! That'a the worst of it—and thea, Which to ehoose! —oh, lame excuse! What's the use? All the merry ones deride, All the thoughtful "can't decide;** Proud reserves and bashful charma Fly my arms. In a case so strange «*». d sa<...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 28 July 1905

| Harvest Supplies! Harvest Supplies! Harvest Supplies! j | Water Bags 1 111 Oils for instance. We will guarantee you a Right Price and Right Oils, jl II WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL KINDS. i || Medium Castor j Lace I.etitlier J j|| i Black Verginia 1 Who ' oSitJes " rßeaJy Cut l | 111 OILS I Cylinder Oil I Oils in Bulk or in Cans. /-» ■—< • m I — 1 Qas Engine Oil § |g| McCORMICK HEADQUARTERS. REPAIRS. SI, B Paints and Oils snrfK Phoenix Paint i If Kennewick Hardware Company. i wig A. BIER, Manager wrk Kennewick Courier LAUREN W, SOTH EDITOR »nd PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSC RIPTION /3ne year,in Advance - - $1.50 Biz Mentha - .75 Three Months ... - .50 .Oouclucled from page eight. ORDINANCE NO. — of the town of Kcnncvyiclf shall permit or suf jer on his or her or their premises or premises />n which he, she or they may be occupants, Any nuisance, cither by* any unwholesome oi ■offensive trade, calling or business, or by hav ing or suffering or permitting any building, outhouse, se...

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