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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 May 1903

IIS ID MINING « SPRING BRINGS ACTIVE WORK IN EVERY SECTION. Items of Interest of a Miscellaneous Nature Gathered During the Past Week New Districts Making Good Shswings—Many Mining Accidents and Personals. With the dividend of $25,000 which was paid recently the Standard Mining company of the Coeur d'Alenes closes its 10th year as a producer with the proud record of $2,845,000 in dividends to its credit. For a decade the Stand ard has never missed a dividend of from $20,000 to $75,000, except for the lew brief periods when the mine was closed down on account of labor dis turbances. It has ore on hand now for Ave years more, and men who know the property say there are $5,000,000 in dividends yet to come from the great treasure vault of silver-lead ore up in Canyon creek. The Empire State-Idaho, Charles Sweeny's property, including the Tiger- Foorman and the Last Chance group, in the Coeur d'Alenes, is now a leader in regard to the amount of its monthly dividends, for it is paying $25...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 29 May 1903

TO WORKING GIRLS FREE MEDICAL ADVICE Every working girl who is not well is cordially invited to write to Mrs. Pinkliam, Lynn, Mass., for advice; it is freely given, and has restored thousands to health. Hiss Palne's Experience. •* t want to thank you for what you have dono for me, and recommend : Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all girls whose work keeps them standing on their feet in the store. The doctor said I must atop work ; he did not seem to realize that a girl cannot afford to stop work ing. My buck ached, my appetite was poor, I could not sleep, and menstrua tion was scanty and very painful. One day when suffering I commenced to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and found that it helped me. 1 continued its use, and soon found that my menstrual periods were free from pain and natural; everyone is surprised at the change in me, and I am well, and cannot be too grateful for what you have done for me."—Miss Janet Paine, 530 West ISStU. St., New York City. — ...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 5 June 1903

COLUMBIA 11. NO- U - "Gold Top'' Bottled Beer Satisfaction goes with every swallow. Jt is the materials. It's our experience and care in the brewing and bot tling. "CJold Top" bottled beer is the popular beverage of the Inland Empire. Bottled at the brewery by the^^ Spokane Brewing and Malting Co., sold at the.... " The Merchan" HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. Kennewick. H. E. BEACH, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Draying and delivering promptly attended to. ' Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. ROBERT GERRY FRONT STREET. Has just received an elegant line of Spring Dry Goods Ladies' and Cents' Furnishing Goods, which are offered at astonishingly low prices. Our stock of SHOES is the most complete ever seen in this city. We will save you money. WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget TO CALL AT THE STORE OF Johnson AND Fullerton We have everything in the line of • Generals- Merchandise Fresh goods—New stock. Pric...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 5 June 1903

fLOODB CSIISt FOOD FHIiIE DES MOINES, IOWA, SUFFERS FOR NECESSARIES O FLIFE. Trains Are Unable to Enter the City Bakeries Were Taxed on Account of 6000 Refugees—Great Suffering Through Exposure—City Water Sup ply in Danger. Des Moines, lowa, June 1. —Sunday afternoon the relief authorities an nounced that they were confronted with a food aud fuel famine. Meat markets all over the city declare they have but two or three days' stock on hand. There are no trains entering the city and no prospect of getting a shipment of freight into Des Moines in less than three or four days. Baker ies are overtaxed by reason of the de mand of the 6000 refugees. The temperature of the past three days has been such as to cause great suffering and to threaten great loss of life through exposure. Now it tran spires that there is but a meager coal sup'ply and that the light and power plant and the water works have an insufficient supply. Roads are impas sable for team hauling and no coal can be shipped in....

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 5 June 1903

MINES ID MIKING NEWS spring BRINGS active work in every section. Items of Interest of a Miscellaneous Nature Gathered During the Past yy Be k New Districts Making Good Showings—IMany Mining Accidents and Personals. One of Wardner's (Ida.) moat promi nent landmarks disappears In the tak . Jown of tue Bleichert tramway, wulch for 12 years has carried the ore mined from tlie U unker Hi " an{l Sul "' van mine to the concentrator, a dis tance of nearly two miles. The last reat cable reaching across the town was lowered yesterday, and now no more can the sightseer In Wardner be pointed to the ore buckets, carrying nearly a ton of ore, swinging aloft, across the town. R. T. Wilson, who [or a number of years has been super intendent of the tramway, has the con tract for taking it down. BRITISH COLUMBIA. The output of the Morrissey mines Is to be greatly increased as a result c f a recent visit there by President jamea J. Hill of the Great Northern and instructions then given by him. Twenty-...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 5 June 1903

BAKHRD WIRE - PLOWS find HARROWS KENNEWICK HAKIDWARE COM PAN Y We arc well stocked with Reliable Brands of Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Shelf and Heavy Hardware . . . Estimates Furnished on Tin & Plumbing Work . . . Furniture Department Our Furniture Dept. is COMPLETE^ and we are prepared to furnish these Goods at the lowest possible prices ® l»r Columbia (•'ioiu'icvj C. O. ANDKRSOW, K.iiior [ J'ublishuil Kveiy I'Yidny :,t Kchui wink, \Vii!4tiiii!rfnn xrr - . THUMB OF IsriISCKII'TION \ One Year, in Advance - - sl.iii/j Six Months - . . . I Three Months .... Advertising Hates iMade Known Upon Application Tllli Coi.UMHIA COLTKIKK Is entered as second daks matter at the postortlce in Kv. n n i-: wrc k , \Vash . AH over the United States the; * spring lmsfccen cold and back ward', marked by unusual weat 1 her distui banccs. In Chicago on' June Ist heating stoves, fur naces, and steam coils were in lull blast to keep the inhabi tants from freezing. PASCO TO BE IRRIGATED. Under ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 5 June 1903

r — i J KBN-NBWICKLES ( I —- H. J. Howser and wife of St. John came in Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ftillerton entertain ed a few friends at dinner Sunday. Ira \V, Conner of Seattle visited Kennewick the other day. S. H. Anion returned Tuesday from a visit to Spokane. A. I J - Gray was over from Pasco Tuesday on business matters. For .Sale —A fine driving team. Inquire with A, R. Graham. Mrs. W. S. Helm returned last week from Notli Vakima Where she has been visiting friends. H. A. Hover returned from .Spo kane Wednesday where he has spent several days on business. /Rev. W. C. Greene will preach ' iti the Congregational chapel Sun day at the usual hours. O. K Hanson returned from a visit to Tacoma and other points oil'the coast. J. D. Wood of Lewiston, Idaho,; is at present managing the store of Scott & Co. C. F. Breithaupt located John Mitchell from Carpenter, lowa, on • quarter section in Horse Heaven, j W. F. Saunderman is taking the school census of the Kennewick school district....

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 5 June 1903

To tin 1 lailieH of Kennewick and vicinity. I have on hand a nice assortment of Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons, Gloves, Hose, and Silks Fine Imported Perfumery, which I sell at lowest prices possible. Mrs. Rose R. Haynes. Prasser State Bank, Capital, $25,000. J. D. Basset President J. EI Prouty. ..Vice President P. H. Gloyd Cashier Ample Facilities for Handling any Business Intrusted to our Care. LAND SCRIP FOR SALE. Prosser, - - - - Wash. Eggs For Sa]e Thoroughbred Stock. Barred Plymouth Rock White Minorca Black Minorca White Leghorn Brown Leghorn Black Langshan Per Setting, $1.00. 49 MRS. B. ROSENCRANS. PASCO, WASH. MILLER & SONS, Milton Nursery, Keepa only First-Class Stock, and has an abundance for Spring de livery. Have a large supply of the CAROLINA POPLAR Which is just the thing for Kennewick Shade and Comfort Address . MILTON, OREGON Hotel Kenewick I You can't miss it Newly 8 furnished, thoroughly refit- y ted. Clean beds, good ac commodations. Special Sun- 1 day Dinners. J ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 5 June 1903

ROODS AID fin OVER 200 people drowned, 8000 WITHOUT HOMES. property Losses Will Amount to More Than Five Million Dollars—City Wa ter Works Useless —Provisions Are Short —Water Was 6 to 15 Feet Deep Over North Topeka. Topeka, Kan., June 1— Briefly state, the present condition of the flood is this: One hundred and seventy to 200 people drowned; 8000 people with out homes; $4,000,000 loss of property destroyed; identified dead, five; float ing bodies seen, 20; people missing, 200; houses burned, as a result of fire in lumber yards from slacking lime, probably 200; banks collapsed, 2; wholesale grocery stores flooded, 2; big business blocks almost ready to crumble, 50; wholesale commission houses desertod, 6; Ilock Island trains containing 150 passengers held here by high water; city water works plant useless. The known drowned: Carl Rupp, Orville Rupp, two Rupp girls, G. H. Garrett and 5 year old son, 20 uniden tified bodies. Leading men have made a careful examination of the flood and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 5 June 1903

Many women and doctors do not recognize the real symptoms of derangement of the female organs until too late. " I had terrible pains along my spinal cord for two years and suffered dreadfully. I was given different medicines, wore plasters; none of these things helped me. Reading of the cures that Lydia E. Pinlcliam's Vegetable Compound has brought about, 1 somehow felt that it was what I needed and bought a bottle to take. llow glad I am that I did so; two bottles Drought me immense re lief, and after using tlinee bottles more I felt new life and blood surging through my veins. It seemed as though there had been a regular house cleaning through my system, that all the sickness and poison had been taken out and new life given me instead. I have advised dozens of my friends to use Lytlia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Good health is indis pensable to complete happiness, and Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound has secured this to me." ■—Mits. Lauba L. 15hemf.ii, Crown Point, Indi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 12 June 1903

COLUMBIA VOL- 11. NO. 12. "Gold Top" Bottled Beer goes with every swallow. It is the materials. *Tt'« our experience and care in the brewing and bot tling. "Oold Top" bottled beer is the popular beverage of the Inland Empire. Bottled at the brewery by the= Spokane Brewing and Malting Co., «»ld at the.... " The Merchan" HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. Kennewick. HhTe. beach, Liverf, Feed and Sale Stable. Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. ROBERT GERRY FRONT STREET. Has just received an elegant line of Spring Dry Goods Ladies' and Gents' furnishing Goods, which are offered at astonishingly low prices. Our stock of SHOES is the most complete ever seen in this city. We will save you money. I:W ftWWWWWWWWWWWW%. WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN •£, Don't Forget % TO CALL AT jj6 THE STORE OF Johnson 1 and == g I Fullerton | » We have everything in the line of JJ=- I General— | I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 12 June 1903

UIEGRAPH NEWS SUMMARY CULLED FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. A Review of Hsppening3 In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. It is reported that the marquis of Salisbury is seriously ill. The Baptist church in Byron, Minn., was blown up by dynamite recently. The handsome new capitol building, erected ut a cost of $1,000,000 at Jack-j Miss., was formally dedicated re cently. The business portion of the town of i New Lisbon, Wis., was almost entirely destroyed by tire recently. Loss ap proximately $IuU,OOO. Two Santa Fe trains collided head on, one mile north of Stilwell, Kan., recently and nine persons are dead and 2d said to be injured. Dissatisfied with the wage scale, 300 men belonging to a loading gang of Armour &. to.'s plant at the stockyards in Chicago have gone on strike. McChesney, the west's greatest thor oughbred, won the Harlem National handicap at Chicago recently. At every turn i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 12 June 1903

~i«inilioH of Kennewick lvTrinity. I have on hand a assortment of 'Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons, Gloves, Hose, and Silks Fine Imported Perfumery, „hich I sell at lowest prices possible. Mrs. Rose R. Haynes. prosser State Bank, Capital, $25,000. j. D. Basset President j. E. Prouty.. .Vice President F. H. Gloyd Cashier Ample Facilities for Handling any Business intrusted to our Care. LAND SCRIP FOR SALE. Prosser, - - - - Wash. Eggs For Sale Thoroughbred Stock. Barred Plymouth Rock White Minorca Black Minorca White Leghorn Brown Leghorn Black Langshan Per Setting, $1.00. 49 MRS. B. ROSENCRANS. PASCO, WASH. MILLER & SONS, Milton Nursery, Keeps only First-Clasa Stock, and has an abundance for Spring de livery. Have a large supply of the CAROLINA POPLAR Which is just the thing for Kennewlck Shade and Comfort Address . . MILTON, OREGON Hotel Kenewick You can't miss it Newly furnished, thoroughly refit ted. Clean beds, good ac commodations. Special Sun day Dinners. W. A. FLOWER, Proprieto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 12 June 1903

1 AK I~SKO WI KE PLOWS and HARROWS KENNEWICK HAKDWARE COMPANY CELEBRATED Hi» A C;)K OK WALKING ' ■" *' c ; ' HARROWS We arc well stocked with Reliable Brands of Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Shelf and Heavy Hardware . . . Estimates Furnished on Tin & Plumbing Work . . . Furniture Department Our Furniture Dept. is COMPLETE.-^. -and we are prepared to furnish these Goods at the lowest possible prices ®Molutwfoa<smmc* C. O. ANDERSON, Editor Published Every Friday at Kenne wick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Six Months .... .75 Three Months .... .50 Advertising Hates Made Known Upon Application The Columbia Coukiek Is entered as second class matter at the postofflce in Kennewick, Wash. All kinds of vegetation is now growing nicely and the limited area that is in cultivation is do ing nicely along every line. The crest of the high water is expected here Saturday, when according to the weather bureau it will be J3 feet above low wa ter mark. O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 12 June 1903

KENNEWICKLES j This weather makes you think of the summer hats at Gerry's. Robert Boyd, a brother of Dan iel Boyd is here from Omaha 011 a short visit. Dr. Pintler will be here again for one week beginning June 16th. Office with Dr. Pallister. Rev. W. C. Greerte preached at the Congregational chapel Sun day evening. A. B. Parker was down from Spokane for a few days the early part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Steele arrived from Spokane and will take up their resi dence here. S. H. Anion went to Spokane Tuesday evening to be gone about one month. We are informed that C. H. Put nam broke an arm Monday. The particulars have not been obtained. When you take a swim in the ditch, be sure you are supplied with one of our nice bath towels, R. Gerry. C. B. McConnell arrived from North Yakima Wednesday and is contemplating starting improve ments on his place near town. Jas. R. Anion went toWaitsburg Saturday for a visit to friends. He returned Monday. C. W. Jessup and family from Ketulrick, Idah...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 12 June 1903

THE RAIH GAME IN TORRENTS SOUTH CAROLINA TOWN SUF FERED GREAT LOSS. Score of People Drowned at Clifton— All the Railway Bridges Are Gone- Cotton Mills Suffer the Most—Loss Will be Over a Million and a Half— No Wind or Lightning. Spartanburg, S. C., June 8. —A tor rential rainstorm visited this regioc resulting in general devastation anc destruction of life and property. A 1 the bridges and trestles on the malt line of the Southern railway were washed away. The greatest destruc tion of life and property occurred at the Pacolet & Ciifton and Glendale cotton mills. Wires are down and re ports conflicting, but it seems certain that 25 or 30 persons were drowned, mostly mill operatives. The heaviest property loss was at the illfated Pacolet mills, where Presi dent Victor Montgomery estimates the damage at $1,250,000. About 1200 op eratives in these mills are thrown out of employment, anu within a few days will be in need of dany bread. Soon after the water pressure at mill No. 1 beca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 12 June 1903

To Train Grnpc Vines. It may be said that there are a dozen systems of grape vine training in use, all of which have their good qualities and each, perhaps, superior to all oth ers under certain conditions. The sys tem of training from a single upright p-owth is. however, admitted to be ufter the most approved lines, and It certainly gives results. The illustration eh-.wa how the vine Is trained in its first year. It is cut back to two strong buds at the time of planting and Is 6et so that the buds will be just al>ovo the surface of the ground. A slight TRAINING THE GRAPE VINE. irtakT is pressed into the ground near the vine and the vine Is fastened to It with cord of a waterproof kind. If the trellis is built during this first year this cord is run to the first wire (the top one) and fastened. The vine will make the growth about as shown In the cut during this first year. The trellis Is an important feature of the plan. The posts should Ins set eight feet apart, and so that they...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 12 June 1903

MORE 111! IB FRENCH STEAMER LIBAN RUN INTO AND SUNK. Happened Near Marseille®— Llban's Boilers Exploded—Mass of Human Beings Clinging to the Liban Perish, Uttering Despairing Cries—Rescued by Passengers. Marseilles, June 9.—More than 100 persons perished near Marseilles as the result of a collision between the Insulalre and the Liban passenger steamer belonglug to the Fraissenet Steamship company. The Liban left Marseilles on its regular passenger trip to Bastia, Corsica, and was run down and sunk by the Insulalre ofC the Maire Islands. The collision was wit nessed from the pilot boat Blechamp, which was about two miles distant. The Blechamp Immediately repaired to the spot to render assistance. The force of the collision had cut a great hole in the Li ban 's side, and it was al ready making water rapidly. The cap tain saw that the only chance was to run the steamer aground, and the Li ban was headed full speed for the shore, but within 17 minutes after the collision, and whilo stil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 19 June 1903

COLUMBIA VOL- H - KO - 13 - "Gold Top'' Bottled Beer Satisfaction goes with every swallow. It is the materials. k It's our experience and care in the brewing and bot tling. "Gold Top" bottled beer is the popular beverage of the Inland Empire. Bottled at the brewery by the Spokane Brewing and Malting Co., sold at the ... " The Merchan" HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. % Kennewick. H. E. BEACH, Livery, Peed and Sale Stable, Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. This is hot weather— And to retain some "cold dollars" in your pocket book for a rainy day, do your trading with —R. Gerry. We carry everything you need. If wo hav'nt got it we will get it for you. We can sive you money —Uold dollars. Front street, JiWWWWWWWWWWWWWWYfe WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN i Don't Forget | 2[J TO CALL AT Sj THE STORE OF | Johnson § | AND g I Fullerton § 5 We have everything in the line of 2J=-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 19 June 1903

KING AND QUEEN MURDERED, SERVIAN RULERS AND MEMBERS OF COURT SHOT DOWN. j Prince Peter Karageorgevitch Pro claimed King of Servia —People Ac cept Him Without a Murmur—Par ticulars of the Crime Related by Leader of the Criminals. The assassination of King Alexan der and Queen Draga, the latter's two brothers, the Servian premier, minister of war and former minister of war, per petrated in the dark hours of the night by a band of officers, and the procla mation by the army of Prince Kara georgevitch, pretender to the throne, as king of Servia, have apparently, it may bo said, been accepted by the capital and the Servian people without a murmur. The only new element in the situa tion is a feeling among the intelli gent classes in favor of the abolition of a Servian monarchy altogether, and the creation of a republic, and this sen timent is shared by at least one mem ber of the provisional government. Story From Berlin. The Belgrade correspondent of the Lokal Anzeiger sends a number of ...

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