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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. PROFESSIONAL DR. F. R. BURROUGHS Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second St.. bet. D and E RITZVILLE. Wash. C. W. BICE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second floor Gritman Block. Phone 323. Night calls promptly attended to from office. RITZVILLE - - WASH. DR. DAVID A. HEWIT Physician and Surgeon All calls answered, day or night. Office—First National Bank Building C Street. Ritzville, Wash. I 0. R. HOLCOMB Attorney and Counselor at Law Will practiee in all the U. S. Courts and departments and all Washington Courts. Office—Ritzville, Wash. C. W. RATHBUN Prosecuting Attorney of Adams County. Office: Court house, RITZVILLE, Wash. G. E. LOVELL EDWARD A. DAVIS LOVELL & DAVIS Lawyers Notary Public OFFlCE—Upstairs First National Bank " Building. RITZVILLE, Wash. I DR JOHN JOHNSTON Physician , Rosenotf Building RITZVILLE, WASH. ! J. C. MOGAN : ' Attorney at Law j OFFICE: I, One door south of First National Bank. ! RITZVILLE - - WASH. jl J i J. J. JOYCE...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

THE CHARITY GIRL By CFFIC A. ROWLANDS CHAPTER XXIV. The Glendurwood carriage was stand ing where Jack had ordered it to remain when he arrived. Jack had thrown him self back in his corner and had folded his arms across his breast; Audrey sat bolt upright, her two cold little hands clinched tight together, her teeth set so that the sobs that rose to her throat should not escape her lips. Who shall attempt to describe the state of those two hearts, both wounded to the very quick, both heavy with that deep sorrow that comes when one has been deceived where one loves best? "Why did they take me fo him? Why was I married to him? I would sooner have died than have listened to what those women said to-night, and know that he has never, never loved me," said Audrey to herself, passionately. "And so my happiness is over," ran Jack's troubled thoughts. "Well, it has not lasted long. Fool—fool that I have been, to believe that any woman could be the angel I have pictured her ts be, and that sh...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

Help! Help! I'm Falling .Thus cried the hair. And a kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. The hair was saved! This was because Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine. Falling hair is caused by a germ, and this medicine completely destroys these germs. Then the healthy scalp gives rich, healthy hair. The beat kind of atestiiror'al — "Sold for over Bixty sea. 00.. I.nvll. yasss.l ■ /j Also manu&kotunrv ■ I y—a _ 5 SARSAPARILLA. I 1/j.^^/SSvPBCTORAL.I SAID HE HAD KILLED 23 PEOPLE. Last Words of Negro Before Taking Fatal Leap. Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 4. —In view of 300 people, Jim Davis, a negro, who had shot two negro women early Sun day morning, leaped from the railing of the Tennessee river bridge Into the water, 100 feet below, and was drown ed before he could be rescued. Fur sued by two deputies, Davis climbed to the top of the railing and pulling a pistol from his pocket flred five times in the air, scattering the crowd which was trying to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL Bnbtcription price ll.oU per year; iiiiDomni $1.00. Vo •nbaerintion tsken (or lea* than alz months. Application made for Entry as second class mail matter pvblisheD weekly by JOURNAL-HEROLD LUBLISHINC CO. (INC.) J. M. Bennington, Editor and Business Manager WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1907. All communications must reach thi* office not later than 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. Any communications receive ed after that hour will be left over until the following week, ai our forms dose Tuesday noon. State Senator Fred Eidemiller says the primary law is unconstitutional \ for the reason that it forces the voter to declare his party affiliation before, he can secure a ballot. Mr. Eidemil lers total unfitness to pass upon ques tions of this kind is very generally "recognized; if any doubt existed on this score, he has removed it by as suming that the primary law is uncon- j stitutional, not because it is in con flict with the state constitution, but because it doesn't squ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

LOCAL NEWS. NORTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND. No. 3.. 1:13 am.. No. 6.. 4:35 am. No. 5.. 7:25 am. No. 2.. B:32am. No. 1.. 9:45 am. No. 4.. B:sopm. No. 15 .. 6:25 pm. No. 16 .. 1:20 pm. The Journal's ads are worth reading. W. G. Offut was a business visitor at Lind last Saturday. W. C. Reeder spent Sunday with his family in Spokane. Mrs. Ed. Klinke spent a few days with friends in Spokane. She returned last Tuesday on' No. 15. Henry S. Griffith, of Griffith cor= ners, was in the city Monday on busi ness with our merchants. Miss Marion Smith, of Lind, was a Sunday visitor at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Bennington. Recent showers have brightened up the fall sown grain and it is looking fine in most localities. E. T. Copp, Asst. Cashier of the Bank of Lind, spent Sunday with his mother in this city. David Teagarden, of Chas. Labes & Co , merchants of Lind, wa3 an over- Sunday visitor with friends in this city. H. A. Phillips, a rancher of the Fairview country...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

CREDIT CURRENCY C. G. FOWLER OF NEW JERSEY EXPLAINS. BELIEVES UNITED STATES CAN EASILY SOLVE FIANCIAL PROBLEM. That permanent relief from the pres ent monetary stringency can only be had through a system of credit cur rency adequate to meet the require ments of trade and redeemable in gold coin was the opinion expressed recent ly by Representative Charles G. Fow ler of New Jersey, chairman of the currency committee, who will at the coming session of congress endeavor to have a law passed providing for cur rency issued by the national banks. Until such permanent relief is made possible by legislative enactment, Mr. Fowler asserts, the situation must be met by the issuance of clearing house certificates, cashiers' certificates am: due bills of business houses and manu facturers. "The underlying business condi tions," he said, "are essentially sound, as evidenced by the increased earnings of railroads and the fact that the value of our agricultural products this year is $500,000,000 mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

A Little Ingenue ■y BELLE MANIATES Copyright. IWB, by P. G. Eaatmeut Back In the midst of a hundred oak: ttood the rambling old farmhouse. It: Uwn stretching Into gardens, its car dens Into orchards, orchards Into mend ows and meadows Into forest. In thl Meal old country place dwelt Ellhv. Wilkes, a stern, puritanical old man. his timid, docile wife and tlieir or phaned granddaughter. Helene I.n\v fence, who, despite the fact that her upcoming bad been strictly and nor lowly supervised by her grandfather and that she had been allowed uo piny mates, was blooming Into a winsome affectionate maidenhood. The last month had been one of de ll«fat to her. One day an automobile had broken down near the bouse, and Ms occupant, a beautiful young woman from the city, had stayed there while bar chauffeur had returned for re pairs. How It was accomplished was a mys tary, but Mlsa Marshall bad won the aid man's consent to ber becoming r. boarder at The Oaks for a few weeks, as she was In search o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

I jyE, FEEL S URR f)F OUR ABILITY handle Your Banking Business . taJOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION * * WE shall lie t*lad of an opportunity to talk to you Gcnnatutlmedcan State Bank, f! TRttsvillc, Washington. The Palace Market Fresh Heats and Poultry Fish and Game in Season FREE DELIVERY PHONE MAIN 9 Call ut onr clean quarters on Main street and be convinced that we sel only the best meats at an honest price. Everything first-class. We invite your patronage. JOHN LaFRENZ, Prop —■ Many people who have not traveled in Tourist Cars have the impression that they are old, second hand Pullman sleeping cars. The Tourist Sleeping Cars on the Northern Pacific Railwa; ■ra naw and ol wwlal dMlm, leather upholstered, stronvnnd modern In every respect. L,llce the other coachw In our trains they are steamheated. are well lighted, roomy, and cheery, the bertha are larue. alry'. and Icomfortatole. A Uniformed porter ' Is constantly at hand to attend to the wants of * "Tourist" DO SO ON YOUR NEXT TRIP Whe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

SUMMARY OF NEWS SHORT CONCISE ITEMS FROM DISPATCHES. — » NEARLY ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD REPRESENTED HEREWITH. The steamer Willie Hume, San Francisco to Everett, in ballast, was wrecked cn Protection islands, Straits of Juan de Fuca, recently during a storm. Joseph Dangel, president of The Dollar Savings bank at Akron, Ohio, was appointed receiver of that insti tution in consequence of the suicide of Fred A. Boron, caishier and treas urer. In a recent address Senator J. P. Dollver said that the army canteen will never be reestablished. The telegraph operators at Pitts burg are applying for their former positions. The Western Union has u full force, but several were taken back by the Postal. Driven insane by scandal, Gustav Lehmann, a wealthy merchant of Chi cago, is believed to have drowned himself In the Mississippi river. Judge Brentano of Chicago receiv ed a remarkable letter recently from Richard Walton, the negro slayer of Mrs. Lillian White Grant, who is un der sentence to be ha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 6 November 1907

y~ E LAND OA* /O \■ \ A. 1 ts/yf? mmf&iz « // ll Hi \ \ A Conservative Estimate of What You can Grow on an Acre of Irrgat« ed Land at PLANTATIONS On tHe Columbia. Melons $200 to $400 Alfalfa 60 to 125 Potatoes 150 to 400 Beans 30 to 75 Cucumbers 100 to 300 Garden truck 80 to 150 Stramberries .. 100 to 400 Celery 75 to 300 Loganberries 80 to 250 Sugar beets 40 to 100 Apples 300 to 800 Peaches 250 to 600 Pears 250 to 600 Grapes 250 to 800 Apricots 200 to 400 Cherries 250 to 1000 Prunes 150 to 400 English walnuts 250 to 400 Necterines 150 to 400 Almonds 150 to 500 $150 PER ACRE $10 per acre down / Your terms on balance ({ A Sparks Bros. 14 Bernard Street, Phone 1947 Spokane Agents Washington Plantations Offers a Safe and Profitable Investment. Where in the broad domain of our fair land, or in the ] whole wide world, can there be found a spot so near to your ideals as Plantations, on the Columbia? The gar den spot of the world, amid enchanting scenes, the most healthful climate; the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 4 December 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. SAYS THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE LAW Virtually Licenses Uuscrupulous Parties. Encourages Indifference and Incul cates Ignorance in the Transaction of Business. SPOKANE ,Wash.—That the inter state ocmmerie law virtually licenses unscrupulous practices, encourages indifference ard inculcates ignorance in the transaction of the business of transportation companies and protects them in the exercise of these evils is charged by Frank H. McCune, expert for the city of Spokane and associated interests in the suit against the Hill and Harriman transcontinental lines, in which the interstate commerce com mission is expected to make a ruling before the end of the year. This feature of the law, he says in a signed statement, is disclosed in a ruling by the commisison that rail ways are exempt from the errors mad'e either willfully or through ignorance in misquotations of rates and that they are not allowed to protect any rate at variance with the published tariff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 4 December 1907

WILSON'S REPORT SECRETARY TELLS OF '07 FARM PRODUCTS. GREAT INCREASE IN THE IRRI GATED LAND DIS TRICTS. The eleventh annual report of Secre tary of Agriculture James Wilson, just made public, opens with the statement that the farm production for 1907 Is well up to the average in quantity, while its value is much above that of any preceding year. The farmer will this year have more money to spend and more to invest than he ever had before out of bis year's work. This year's durum wheat crop iB worth $36,000,000 —more than twice the annual cost of the entire depart ment; 3,000,000 acres are now used, much of it land formerly valueless, "tbe home of tbe prairie dog and the cactu..." The beet sugar Industry has grown very rapidly during the past 15 years. Alfalfa is a wonderful plant for pro duction wealth. The total crop of alfalfa hay in 1907 is estimated to be worth $100,000,000. Irrigation is yet confined almost en tirely to the arid aud semlarid regions of the west aud the rice lan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 4 December 1907

DISASTER IN MINE THIRTY MEN DIE FROM BLACK DAMP. EXPLOSION OCCURES IN MINE NEAR FAYETTE CITY, PENNSYLVANIA. Fayette City, Pa., Dec. 3.—Between 25 and 30 miners, possibly more, are entombed In the Naomi mine of the United Coal company, located three miles west of this city, and there Is practically no hope that any of them are alive. The imprisonment is due to an explosion of black damp about 8 o'clock last night, soon after the night force went to work. It is said a minor entering an old working with an open lamp caused the explosion. Had the explosion occurred on other than Sunday night more vic tims would have been entombed. The mine employed from 275 to 300 regu larly, about one-fourth of them driv ing entry at night, but on Sunday nights only about one-half the night force goes to work. The mine is of the shaft type and the concrete sides of the entry were broken down so as to close the passage back a considerable distance. About 100 feet from the en trance is located the first ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 4 December 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL! . . ( Subscription price, f1.60 per year; an monini, 1 »!.«•. No •obecrlptlon taken tor Um that) «li months. Application made for Entry as second class mail ( matter PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOURNAL-HEROLD PUBLISHINC CO. (INC.) I J. M. Bennington, Editor and Business Manager WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1907. All communication* mutt reach thit office not later than 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. Any communication receiv ed after that hour will be left over until the following week, at our formt clote Tuetday noon. The pure food commissioners of Minnesota descended upon a shipment of groceries from a Chicago firm which sent supplies direct to the consumer. They found coffee under weight and adulterated, spices badly adulterated and flavorings extracts wrongly label ed and artificial. If the law seeks to protect all people from the effects of their own folly it will ha\e the job cut out for it. Education is a slow, laborious process, and sometimes we are apt to feel as tho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 4 December 1907

LOCAL NEWS. NORTHERN PACIFIC TME TABLE. WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND. . No. 3.. 1:13 am. No. 6.. 4:36 am. No. 5.. 7:25 am. No. 2.. 8:32 am. No. 1.. 9:45 am. No. 4.. B:sopm. No. 15 .. 6:25 pm. No. 16 .. 1:20 pm. F. P. French, of Spokane, is in town on a brief business trip. Mrs. J. H. Benward, of Lind, spent Thanksgiving with her daught er, Mrs. John F. 'Irby. Miss Pearl Bailey has accepted a positon in the general merchandise store of F. G. Mathison. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Irby and family spent Sunday at the "Doc" Irby ranch on Crab Creek. Rob. Wilker, who has just recover ed from a long and severe illness, is back at his place in the Fair store. Rev. E. K. Taylor will preach at the Christian church next Sunday, Dec. 8, both morning and evening. F. G. Mathison, the successor to D. J. Kalkwarf, has finished re-ar ranging his stock and is now open for basiness. Judge W. K. Kennedy has bought a 3-acre tract of land at Wenatchee, where h& hopes to eventually make his home. John C. Boyer, th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 4 December 1907

s?c-j — **- — vj*; GIRL WITH A MILLION ® By D. C. Murray CHAPTER I. A little dell in t K e heart of a wood was deliriously dappled with leafj shadows. A loosely clad man, bearded and specta cled, and a little on the right side of forty, sat on a camp stool before a small field easel, and libeled the landscape at his ease, pausing at his work i\ow and then and drawing back his head to survey It with an air of charmed appreciation. Near him, on the gnarled trunk of a tree and in the shadow of a moss-grown rock, sat a lady some ten or a doz?n years younger, leisurely torturing thread into lace with a hooked needle. A little way down the dell a boy was clambering among the rocks, shrieking •very now and then with ecstatic news of a beetle or a butterfly. He was a sturdy, blue-eyed, golden-haired little fellow of five, the picture of health, and he was risking his limbs and chattering to all ani mate and inanimate nature —a delightful boy, and all alive from his golden head to his restle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 4 December 1907

Catarrh Is a Constitutional Disease It originates in impure blood and requires constitutional treatment, acting through anil purifying the blood, lor its radical and permanent cure. The greatest constitutional remedy is Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolated tab lets known anßars«tabs. lOOdosessl. Nasal and other local forms of catarrh are promptly relieved by Antisepleta or •C'atarriets, 60c., drupgistß or mail. C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. JAMESTOWN FAIR HAS CLOSED In Order to Pay Creditors, Property Must Sell for Two Million Dollars. Norfolk, Va.—The lights of the Jamestown exposition were turnpd off by President Tucker after formal exercises Saturday night, and the ex position. which has been running since April 26. came to an end. President Tucker, touching on the tlnanc a) phase of the exposition, said: "liesides the amount expended by the exposition company, it is estimated that there have been expended from other sources in the betterment of this property...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 4 December 1907

PROFESSIONAL f DR. F. R. BURROUGHS Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second St.. bet. D and E RITZVILLE. Wash. C. W. BICE. M. D. Physician and Surgeon h OFFlCE—Sacoiid floor Gritman Block. e Phone 323. Night calls promptly t attended to from office. RITZVILLE - - WASH. r S DR. DAVID A. HEWIT [ Physician and Surgeon t All calls answered, day or night. Office—First National Bank Building t C Street. Ritzville, Wash. f C. E. Abegglen, D. 0., Osteopathic Phisfclan, Makes a specialty of the diseases of 1 •women and children. Calls answered j pay or night, Office next door to Carnegie Library. 1 Ritzville, Washington. r DR JOHN JOHNSTON j! Physician ! ( Kosenoff Building RITZVILLE, WASH. ] O. R. HOLCOMB ! Attorney and ! Counselor at Law ' Will practice in all the U. S. Courts ' and departments and all Washington j Courts. Office—Ritzville, Wash. ( C. w. RATHBUN Prosecuting Attorney i of Adams County. > Office: Court house, 1 RITZVILLE, Wash. | G. G. LOVELL EDWARD A. DAVIS { tOVELL & DAV...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. A TALK ON FINANCE / WHY IS MONEY CREATED? " * To Serve as a Medium of Exchange, to Facilitate the Transaction of Business. The return to normal conditions in banking business may be prompt or it may be'postponed to a harmful degree. Which it shall [be depends upon the people generally more than upon the bankers and businewa men. If the people hide away every dollar on which they can get their hands and which they dont immediately require, they must expect a postponement. Money is created to serve as a medium of exchange, to facilitate the trans* action of business. When it is hoards ed away in a safety deposit vault, or a tin can, or a "sock," it is r.ot per forming a money function. It is idle and, so far as the business world is concerned, is dead. If $10 is hoqrded, there is just $10 less in the country for the transaction of business. If 100,000 persons hoard $10 each, $1,- 000,000 thereby passes out of. circula tion and there is just $1,000,00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

SUMMARY OF NEWS SHORT CONCISE ITEMS FROM DISPATCHES. NEARLY ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD REPRESENTED HEREWITH. RecanunendatiMis have been made by bank commissioners to Attorney General Weber to take legal action relative to appointing a receiver tor tbe California Safe Deposit Trust com pany <t San Francisco, which suj iiende.l business several wefks ago. Tbe opeu navigation season on tbe great lakes this year cost 135 lives and pioperty losses aggregating $2.- 698.00#. After a 30 days' run that reduced deposits from $135,00 Cto $65,000, the llank of Miami, Oklahoma, closed re cently. Its funds were tied up in the National Bank of Co: imerce of Kan sas City, which failed last week. Th 3 bank is capitalized at $200,000. C. P. William* is president'. Leaders of the liberal party in ses Biou at Havana indorsed l'resideni Roosevelt's message to congress, so far as it relates to Cuban affairs. At K.Uainacoo, Mich., Mayor Thomp son has issued an order that all of the theaters dose during Sun...

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