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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 October 1906

VOLUME 9. WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS PROKESSIONAI.. DR. PASCAL W. VKARSLEY, CiiLNTIST Room 3. Pioneer State Bank Building RITZVILLE WASH. Oas Vapor Administered. Sriduateof lUdii-Chlrrurglcal college. Phila delphia P». Crown and brldfe work, h'lll tag, extrectlDf end plete work conforming to the prtctk't of liiftdern dentistry. • Walter Staser, LAWYER Insurance. Abstracting Money to Loan on Real Estate. C W. RATHBUN, Attorney at Law. (iaMral practitioners in all courts Stat* and Federal. Collections and insurance. Examin ation of titlei. OSes, rooms 6 an<l 7 (iritman Building. M W.Zent. U. K. Lovell. ZENT & LOVELL. LAWYERS. liiHiirauce. Notary Public, Money to on real estate. Office up stairs. First Nat'l. Bank. Kitzville. Wash. DR. F. R. BURROUGHS. Physician and Surgeon. Office: Second 81., between D and B, RITZVILLE. WASH. O. R. HOLCOMB, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all the U.S. Courts and Department** ami all Washington Courts. Oftie...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 October 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHESIFROM ALL PARTS OFTHE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During ths Past Wsek—Nationsl, Historicsl, Political and Psrsonal Events. The town of Seneca, S. C., was vta lted by a fire recently and property worth about $75,000 was destroyed. A definite Anglo-French convention covering the future administration of the New Hebrides has been signed. Sehlmotir, Russia. —The peasants of two villages, Pukosihofka and Doretz, in this vicinity, have decided to emi grate In a body to the United States. At the home of former President Cleveland it was announced that Mr. Cleveland is not 111. London.—P. McFadyn & Co., the London house of Arbuthnot & Co., bankers of Madras, announce that they had been compelled to suspend payment. St. Petersburg. — The ministry of education has finished the draft of a propect for universal education in volving an expenditure of $103,000,000 yearly. New York. —Subscriptions of $200,- 000 fo...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 October 1906

CORRESPONDENCE. Cunniiitjiuim. Peels tonight as though we are billed for a cold snap. The honk of the wild goose was to be heard. We were told today that Ed. Wood ruff and son. Will, had just closed a deal for a Section ami a half of land jost west of town, belonging to W. U. Cunningham, Sr. •Yhe addition to the Inland Tradinjr Co, 's-store is nearly complete, which is a great improvement.. Hauling grain from northwest ol' Petersburg, more than thirty miles from here, is one of the factor;- that will swell the receipts at this place j this fall. The outlook now is for more than 800,000 bushels. By the way, Cunningham is a good place to locate. Several of our citizens went to Ferry county a few weeks ago to get timber land, but. have just received notice that the Government holds it in reserve; Ffence they failed* Last week the local paper gave a ! cartoon after an idea by a prominent j democrat, drawn by one* of our boys, | which showed exceptional skill for the cartoonist, but whic...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 October 1906

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Sakairlpttaa Bric«.»l.to per M»r: iiimonim, *1 JO. » nkaeiipUoa taken lor lea* tkaa ill aoatke. blanl at tk* PaMoae* at Rlu»llle, Ad»m« Oa»tT. Wuklagtra. I»r tmnalMlon tkiM|k tk* Cnltcd SUM Mail! u •Moad Clua mall matter. FCILISHIB WIIKLY BY JOUBKAL-UEKOLD PUBLISHING CO. (Inc.) J. 11. Bennington, - - Editor A. G. Hinckley, Business Manager WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24. >9°6- WASNNGTON STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET. RcirtSMtatlm h Congress. Hon. William E. Humphrey, King County. Hon. Wesley L. Jones, Yakima County. Hon. Francis W. Cushman, Pierce County. Sokcmc Cart Mfts. Long Term. Hon. Wallace Mount, Spokane County. Hon. R. O. Dunbar, Thurston County. Short Term. Hon. Milo A. Root, - King County. Hon. Herman D. Crow, Spokane County. KPIBUGAN COUNTY TICKET. Ekctfoo. Nweakr 6. 1906. For Representative, Hon. John D. Bassett. For Auditor, Charles E. Amsbaugh. For Clerk, S. D. Douglas. For Treasurer, J. S. Edwards. For Attorney, C. W. Rathbun. For Sh...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 October 1906

WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS Geo. Casey of Weber was in this city the first of the week. N. E. Sehoenhuth was a Cunningham visitor the first of this week. a W. Billington, of Hamlet was in this city renewing acquaintances. Mrs. S. D. Douglass left this morn ing for Spokane for a short visit. Chas. Schell, of Connel, was a Ritz ville visitor the first of the week. Wm. Fulford and Clyde McChire are among those hunting at Moses Lake. H. A. York is again in our city. He having resigned his position in Seattle. L. P. Hayden was among the county seat callers from Cunningham Friday. Hiram Williams, of Tyler, was reg istered at the Hotel Ritzville Saturday. If you want a bargain in a good sew ing machine call at Eller's Second Hand Store.- W. W. Zent is in Spokane this week, he having business in the courts of that city. W. J. Bottom and Ira Davis of North Yakima were in the city the first of the week. ' West bound passenger train No. 1. ran into a open switch, Monday, no one was injured. C. M. Smit...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 October 1906

tnamuirrmi CT»TE iaiiiuii ARRESTED ON MURDER CHARGE Nelson Meiander Wanted at Walla Walla is Caught at Rlt/viile Found in Saloon. On Saturday afternoon Deputy-sheriff W. J. Sturdivan arrested Nelson Me iander of Walla Walla, who was! wanted in that county to face a charge of murder. Meiander was drinking in ; Mose Holland's saloon when arrested ! and Mr. Sturdivan had beeu warned to j be on the lookout for him by a telegram from Sheriff Painter of Walla Walla, who had traced Meiander as far as Connell and who was certain that his man had stopped off ' somewhere be tween Connell and Spokane. .Nelson Meiander is a farmer residing near Simmon's Siding on the Snake river. Some time ago a body was found floating in"the river and Coroner J. W. Cookerly of Walla Walla, was notified of the case and at once started for the scene to make an investigation. When he reached Paradise he was told that the body had been found on the opposite side of the river and the coroner of Franklin county had ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 October 1906

Crested White Docks. Bulletin Xo. M of the Department of Agriculture tayi of the Crested White duck: The Crested White duck It what may be called an ornamental duck, much the anme as Polish chickens. They are not bred to any great extent in this country, and they are very seldom seen In the showrooms. They have no es pecial value to the farmer, as better and more easily bred birds are to be found In the Pekln and Aylesbury. These ducks have a medium-sized head: medium-sized bill, a large, well balanced crest upon the crown of the head; a rather long neck; a medium length back; breast, round and full; body, round and of medium length; CMS TED WBITC DUCK. medium-length wings that smoothly fold; hard, stiff tall feathers, with well-curled feathers in the tall of drake; and short and stout thighs and shanks. Their eyes are large and bright and of a deep leaden blue or gray color. Tbe shanks, toes and webs are of a light orange color. Tbe standard weight of tbe adult drake Is seven pound...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 October 1906

A Communication. - - H Editor Washington State Journal: | My attention has been called to an j article that ap[>eared in the editorial |' column of last week's issue of The; Ritzville Times, the local democratic paper, in which it is alleged that I have been campaigning "over the county" in the interests of the republican can didate for the office of superintendent at the expense of the taxpayers. The writer, presumably not the editor, goes on to say that superintendents, as well as judges, should be above political prejudice. He concludes with the statement that Mr. Perkins, if elected, will be a dignified superintendent, at least more so than the incumbent. We are pleased to know the role Mr. Per kins will assume when he gets to be superintendent. He has assumed so many different roles during the eleven or more years he has lived in the North west that it is a matter of no little interest to some who know him to have this assurance from the Times. 1 wish, through the columns of...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 October 1906

VOLUME 9. WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS PROFESSION Al. I)R. PASCAL W. VEARSI.EY, DENTIBT Honm 8, Pioneer State Bank Building KITZVILLE WASH. Gas Vapor Administered Uraduaieof Medo-Ohlrrurglcal college. Phila delphia Pa. Crown and brldpe work. Kill ing, extractingan-t I'late work conforming to the practice olmadern dentistry. Walter Staser, LAWYER (DHiiraiiM't:. Attracting. Money to Loan on Real Estate. C W RATHBUN, Attorney at Law. <Jeneral practitioners iu all court* Stale and Federal Collections and iiiauranee. Examin ation of titles. Office, rooms 6 ami 7 (iritinan Knildiiig. v\ * Zent. E. Lovell. ZENT & LOVELL. t.AW\EKS. !ttf*uranee, Notary iMibliv, Money io I-'an on real estate. Office up «tairts. First Nat'l Bank Kit*vdie. VVanb DR. F. R BURROUGHS. Physician and Surgeon. fWli-e Secmiil Ht.. Ijttweeu U and E. niT/VU.I.K WASH O. R. HOl - OMB. Attorney and O»«tn*ellor at Law. Will vrn«'iit«* in t»l t.. I'. ' null *ll* I I **•(•»» I(fKl•* •1 ( - .Hrl 'M W t...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 October 1906

SEVENTY DROWNED ELECTRIC.TRAIN AT ATLANTIC CITY, RUNS OFF BRIDGE Train of Three Cars Loaded With Peo ple Plunged Into 30 Feet of Water— There Was no Escaping From the Cars—Many Survivors Owe Lives to Heroism of Rescuers. Atlantic City, N. J., Oct. 29.—At least 60 persons, and in all probability 75, lost their lives in a horrible man ner just outside this city at 2:30 o'clock Sunday, when a three car elec tric train over the Pennsylvania rail road tnird rail system, running about 26 miles an hour, struck a spreading rail upon the drawbridge that carries the tracks over the "Beach Thorough fare," and plunged headlong into 35 leet of water. Every man, woman and child in the first two cars perished without even a remote fighting chance tor their lives. The cars were closely vestlbuled with air tight windows. There was no escaping from them. Prom the third car a few managed to make their way from the rear end. as this rested above water upon one of the projecting piers of the bridge. But...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 October 1906

50 Sample Waists Pk n\(P\ I\ I V DHT 1J VD 0 100 Made by one of .1 - lixlll \ I 1 Rel ' atlCe Wr appcrs waist makers. On sale while U' Ll I L* 11 1\ 1 UIV \J 1 11 IV \J Regular $1.25, *1.50, $1.75 ami thev last at 3-4 their regular —————————— —n^————————. $2.(J0 values in percales and Vrtlues " The Store With the Right Prices flannelettes. Your choice for 50 Sample Waists At the Right Time j& j& $ 1.00 Starting November With a Rush WE are going to start November with a rush. Our store is full to overflowing with season able merchandise that must be moved at once in order to make room for our large ship ments of Holiday Goods that will soon arrive. It is an unusual thing for this class of goods to be cut at this time of year, but we want the room and you will want the goods when you see the values offered in these departments, to wit: Ladies' and Children's Coats, Skirts, Waists, Dress Goods, Bedding, Wrappers, Etc. Please read entire ad., as you will find something you can u...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 October 1906

.SHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ,t'rlpllon price. 11.5 M per year; *i x mcjlunt, $1.00. So lubacriptlon taken for le»* than tlx month*. .■red >1 the Fo»tcffiee tit Kluvllle, Adam* bounty. wwhiUKton, lor transmission through the rotted State* Mail* as second Cl*** mall matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY RNAb-HEKOLIi PIBLISHIMi CO. (Inc.) M. Bennington, - - Editor G. Hinckley, Business Manager 3DNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1906. .SHINGTON STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET. Representatives In Congress. n. William E. Humphrey, King County. n. Wesley L. Jones, Yakima County, n. Francis W. Cushman, Pierce County. Supreme Court Judges. Long Term. n. Wallace Mount, Spokane County, n. R. O. Dunbar, Thurston County. Short Term. n. Milo A. Root, - King County, n. Herman D. Crow, Spokane County. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Flection, November 6. 1006. r Representative, Hon. John D. Bassett. r Auditor, Charles E. Amsbaugh. r Clerk, S. D. Douglas. r Treasurer, J. S. Edwards. r Attorney, C. W. Rathbun. •r Sh...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 October 1906

WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS M. L. Burkhart was in this place from Kahlotus this week. W. C. Reeder spent the first of the week in Kahlotus on business. If you want a bargain in a good sew ing machine call at Eller's Second Hand Store. A sale of fascinators, shawls and skirts for a short time at Mrs. F. J. Hallin's store. The Aid of the M. E. churcn will serve dinner in the Gilson building, election day November 6. Henry Krak, a German farmer who lives near this place, is quite sick. He is under the care of Dr. Arman. Ed Troyer left Sunday for Newport, to attend the wedding of a sister who was to be married there to-day. My entire stock of leggings and gloves will be closed out at cost in the next two weeks. —W. C. Reeder i E. A. Irby of Cunningham, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Tony Heistuman. A 1 Troyer left Tuesday for Spokane where he will purchase the spring stock of clothing for Myers-Shepley Com pany. W. R. Peters, H. Goddard, Gus Carlen, J. M. Comparet, ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 October 1906

run THE BIG SALE GE advertised by the Myers-Shepley Co. will continue for a. short time MYERS-SHEPLEY CO. For Good Goods at Low Prices WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank West, Oct. 23, a son. Born to',Mr. and Mrs. James English, Monday, a baby girl. Born, Oct. 21st, to Mr. and Mrs. I Albert Dehniel, a son. Isaac McCollum is the father of a baby girl born Thursday. We have some bargains in watches. — Ellers Second Hand Store. An invitation dance will be given in Ott's hall Wednesday evening. Walter Staser is the father of an 8- pound boy, born Sunday, in Tacoma. Everett Scott, of Hatton, was trans acting business in the city yesterday. C. E. Amsbaugh and H. C. Graham spent part of last week in Sunnyside. Miss Louise Marion, of Lind, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. J. M. Bennington. Henry A. and Arthur Phillips, of Fairview, were on our streets Tuesday. Chas. Bauman snd Wm. Hinneman made a business trip to Sprague Fri day. Mrs. Minnie Donaldson of Lind, was a business caller...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 October 1906

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Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 October 1906

EDGAR DEWITT GILSON Republican Nominee Eor Sheriff Of Adams County. The subject of this sketch, who is now serving his first term as County Sheriff, was born in Middleville, Barry county, Michigan, June 26, 1858, and is now 48 years of age. He has resided in Ritz ville, Adams county, Washington con tinuously for the past twenty-twolyears. The promise made to the people two years ago that he would forsake all his other business and devote his entire time and undivided attention to an active, intelligent and economic admin istration of the sheriff's office has been most faithfully kept. Four fold has been the work in the criminal depart ment. A little money has been spent, but the citizen is asked to look at the results. The sheriff's office of Adams county has today a standing in the ■tate of which the people of the county may not be ashamed. While the statement was made in convention and is a matter of common report that the county has now the best sheriff it has ever had the incumb...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 7 November 1906

volume 9. WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAM. COUNTY NEWS PROFESSIONAL- _____ OR. PASCAL W. YEARSLEY, DENTIST Room 3, Pioneer State Bank Building RITZVILLE WASH. Oat Vapor Administered. Qradoata of Medo-Chlrrurflcal collage, Phila delphia P*. Crown aud bridge work. Kill laf, extracting ana idale work couforming to the practice ofmaderu deutiatry. Walter Staser, LAWYER ln«uraur«. Abstracting. Mmey %• Loan oo Real Estate. C W RATHBUN, Attorney at Law. (Hmi»l practitioner! ill ail courts State and reteral. Collections and insurance. Examin atlea of titles. Ofllce, rooms 6 and 7 Uritman Building. W W. Seat. O. E. Lotsll. . ZBNT k LOVELL, LAWYERS. Insurance, Notary Public, Money to Lou on ml estate. Office up ■tain. First Nat'l. Bank. Ritxville, Wash. DR. F. R. BURROUGHS. Physician and Surgeon. Office: Second at., between D and B, RITZVILLE, WASH. O. R. HOLCOMB, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all the U.S. Courts and Departments and all Washington Courts. Office Ritxville...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 7 November 1906

VO WAR WITH UTES INDIANS AND FEDERAL OFFI CERS DECIDE TO AGREE. rh«y Go to Fort Msads While Await ing Settlement—Chief Say* "Roose velt Mighty Hunter," and Will Pro vide Hunting Qrounde—lndian Bu reau Will Take Charge. The Ute Indians and the govern nent have come to terms. It has been igreed that the Indian leaders shall lave a powwow with "the great white aiher" and in the meantime the trlbt shall go to Fort Meade in charge ol Colonel Rodgers of the Sixth cavalry. Rations are to be Issued to them there. The government was the result of a 12 hours' conference. Several times the Indians lett the conference, vowing they would not return. They Insisted they would not go back to Utah and that they wanted a new bunting ground. Colonel Rodgers anu Captain Carter P. Johnson told them President Roosevelt would take care of them, and Chief Unkaskin put it to the rest of the band In this way: "Roosevelt, he mighty hunter; he no want his children starve; he know Injuns like heap big game; he ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 7 November 1906

REPUBLICANS WIN OUT BY LARGE MAJORITIES NOV. 6 The Elections In Forty-Two States Show No Material Change I The Lower House—Surprises In East. i I Joint Statehood For New Mexica And Arizona Is Defeated By Vote In Arizona —Minneso Re-Elects Governor John A. Johnson. Will Control Legislature. HELENA, Nov. 8.-Reports from every-county in the state indicate that the legislature which will elect a sen ator to succeed Senator Clark will con sist of 57 republicans and 43 demo crats, giving the republicans a major ity of 13 on joint ballot. The latest figures on the state ticket do not make any change in the estimate giving Pray, republican, 5000 plurality for congressman. While the count in Silver Bow has not been completed, the returns so far indicate that Walsh, democrat, will carry it by less than 1000, whereas it was the expectation that he would have not less than 5000. There have been some surprises for the republic ans, also, some counties that have been depended on to send republica...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 7 November 1906

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL | AMD ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Nifc—rtoO— arte*. It.lo per rHt: nxaomu, •l.ao. n mkmtpttoß um lor I I<M ItU «U BODlhl ■umi >i th* phmm ii riuthu, ituu CWUtr, WUkU|tH, Mr tnWBIMtSD UrMfh tk« DiM States M»IU u Second Claaa nail matter rciuun fIMLY BY JOUBNAL-HEROLD PUBLISHING CO. (lac.) jJ. M. Bennington, - - Editor ,A. G. Hinckley, Business Manaoer WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1906. Low Practice Rebuked. ' The open letter of the chairman of c the Republican County Central Com -1 mitee, in this issue, is worthy of the i attention of every voter in Adams 1 County. Every one understands or I should understand that when a citizen 'of this county aspires to public office 'he will be, and ought to be, subjected to a searching examination by the , press. If he is unable to pass this . examination, or unwilling to undergo • it, he should not expect to ask support Jat the polls. If he is unable to pass it I he ia usually perfectly willing to under go it because the very fact...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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