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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 9 January 1907

RAISULI HAD TO GO NOTED BANDITAND FOLLOWERS ROUTED FROM ZINAT. i Great Stronghold Destroyed by and Fell Into Hand* of Troops of the Sultan—Moorish Gunner* Proved Poor Fighters—Government Troops Piiiage the Fort. Tangier, Jan. 7. —Zinat, Ralsull's stronghold, was virtually destroyed by fire and fell Into the hands of the troops of the sultan at noon Sunday, after a short and almost bloodless fight. Raisuli and his TOO followers succeeded In escaping to the moun tains. despite the elaborate prepara tions of War Minister Gabbas. No firing took place last night, but at 10 o'clock this morning the artillery opened on the town. The Moorish gunners showed utter incapacity In handling their guns and the infantry fired haphazard. Two shells dropped inside for fortress without reply and thereupon a body of the BUltan's troops charged, shouting, and reached the walls amid desultory shots from the surrounding brush. The town gates were open, but there were no occupants ef the place except 15 pr...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 9 January 1907

NEWS NOTES FROM SURROUNDING TOWNS Weber. New Year's Greeting. "The snow has begun ill the gloaming, And busily all the night Will be heaping field and highway Wiih a silence deep and white. From sheds new-roofed with Carrara Comes Chanticleer's muffled crow. The still' rails are softened to swan's down Anu still flutters down the snow." — Lowell. Mr. Amos Edison was a caller in this part of the country last week. Mr. Entz has sold his property north of Weber postottice and has moved to Douglas county, where he owna land. The dance given at W. Buckman's Friday evening was a success. A very pleasant time was had by all present. We are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Taylor from our midst. We wish them success in their new location. We are sorry to hear of I. N. Mc- Collom's illness. His many friends here hope he will soon return from Spokane fully recovered. Mrs. I Easen passed this way en route to her school in Douglas county, from her sister's, Mrs. J. A. Willis, where she spent Xm...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 16 January 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. PROFESSIONAL DR. DAVID A. HEWIT Physician and Surgeon All calls answered, day or night. Office—First National Bank Building C Street, 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. F. R. BURROUGHS Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second St., bet. D and E RITZVILLE. Wash. DR. JOHN JOHNSTON Physician Rosenoff Building RITZVILLE, WASH. DR. WM. F. ARM ANN Graduate of the University of Berlin and Heidflberq Specialist on Diseases of Women and Children. Office: Rooms 7 and 8, Ott's Building. Phone Main 586. J. O. GLENN, D. O. Osteopathic Physician. Graduate of American School of Osteo pathy, Kirksville, under A. T. Still, founder of the School of Osteopathy. Offices, Opp. First National Bank Bldg. RITZVILLE - - WASH. W. W. ZENT G. E. LOVELL ZENT & LOVELL Lawyers Notary Public OFFlCE—Upstairs First National Bank Building. RITZVILLE,...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 16 January 1907

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL FARTS OF TIE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres Curing the Past Week—National, i Historical, Political and Personal -Events. A report from Vancouver, B. C., cays that the Fraser river Is frozen over at Eburne, for the first time in 15 years. J. U Snellins, late United States ap praiser of the port of Boston, and for many years a well known New York man, is dead. John D. Rockefeller has agreed to give $2,000,000 for the endowment of a university lor Louisville, Ky. Information was received ,at S*. Petersburg Sunday that the chief of po.ice at lJagliauUtn, on the Caspian sea, was murdered. The assassin es caped. Jacob Gruen. one of the oldest wine importers In the west, died at his homo In St. Louis recently from ap oplexy. The North American Life Insurance' •company lias been organizol in New Jersey. Joseph Mahoney, a large land own er of Johnson county, Texas, was shot to deaih in one of the principal str...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 16 January 1907

Farm Hog-Kllllaf Outfit. As all farmers wbo kill tbelr own bogs know, the old way of butchering Is very Inconvenient and tiresome. Tbe following arrangement, illustrated In tbe Queenslander, makes tbe labor com paratively easy. The top piece Is 2x5 Inches, and 12 feet long. The mortices for the supports to fit In are made five Inches from the ends of piece, and are one-half Inch deep, 2% Inches wide at bottom, by 1% Inches at top, thus only one bolt Is needed to bold them to gether at top. The upright supports are 2x2%, and seven feet long; cross piece, 1)4x2%, and at one end this should be bolted on upright pieces, down low enough so that bench will set over It The lever Is 3%x2 at staple, DEVICE FOB HAITOIira THE HOO. and shaved down to 1% at end. Sta ples made of five-sixteenths Inch rod Iron, and long enough to clinch. Clevis where chain Is fastened is made of three-eighths Inch iron. The end of the lever Is Iron, 0x2% bent, as shown for gambrcl stick to rest on, while lifting p...

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. — 16 January 1907

Our Annual Clean-Up Sale Right in the nick o'time it comes—right at the time you want the goods. After invoice we find we have a good many broken lines, also goods that we will not carry over. In almost every instance the Bargains to be found here During this sale border on the phenomenal and the offering throughout Will be thoroughly sensational Read the items below—you'll find them interesting—and be sure to be here January 17th to 26th Furs Women's Coats Women's Half Price At One-Half Price Tailor Made Suits $5.00 Coats now go at $2.50 Half Price 1 Only a few more left, so don't ™ g * t ;;;;; ; ;;;; We have about one dozen long delay if you have any wants $12.60 Coate no* at. ••••••••••••••••••• • and short jacket suits that go in this department. * $14.00 Coats now go at $7.00 during this sale at \ price. 20 per cent discount PETTICOATS LADIES' 20 per cent discount WOMEN'S OUTING $1.50 Black Sateen Petticoats, 98c FLEECED UNDERWEAR COMFORTS ! GOWNS This is a good Sateen Petticoa...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 16 January 1907

WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS 11 August Wellsandt is again on the ] sick list. { ] Hugh Rankins district has a new ,' teacher from Spokane. Miss Leora Gentry left Tuesday to ( Qji'e her new position in Spokane. 1 H. Rankin spent several days 1 with her sister at Sprague. 1 O. H. Greene and D. A. Davenny went to Spokane Tuesday on business. A. R. Marion and William Garry, of Lind, are in the city in attendance at court. Martha Manke has been confined at home under the doctor's care with pneumonia. O. R. Holcomb had legal business which took him to Spokane the early part of the week. D. A. Hunt, an employe of the White River Lumber company, is quite ill with pneumonia. The High School building was closed Monday morning, owing to the heating plant being frozen up. G. E. Lovell was in Spokane the first of this week on business for the firm of Zent & Lovell. A. J. Dawson has returned from a ' hunting trip in the vicinity of Colville and brought back his gun. Quite a number of people from Ritz ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 16 January 1907

The Minister's Wife By MRS. HENRY WOOD CHAPTER I. A rustic congregation was pouring out •f a rustic church, one Sunday after noon ; St. Mary's, in the hamlet of Little Whitton. Great Whltton, some three miles off, was altogether a different af fair, for the parish there was more aris tocratic than rustic, and the living was worth nine hundred a year; Little Whit ton brought its incumbent in only two hundred, all told. The livings were both In the gift of the Earl of Avon, whose ■eat was near, on the other side of Great Whltton. The incumbent of Great Whit ton was an old man, almost past duty; the Incumbent of Little Whitton was an ablo and attractive man scarcely thirty, the Rev. Ryle Baumgarten. Therefore, UttJe wonder need be expressed if some of the Great Whltton families ignored their old rector and came to listen to the eloquent Mr. Baumgarten. A small, open carriage, the horses driv n by a boy, waited at the church door. The boy was in a crimson jacket and a velvet cap, the po...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 16 January 1907

Peculiar to Itself In selection, proportion and combination •f ingredients, In the process by which their remedial values are extracted and preserved. In effectiveness, usefulness and economy, V Curing the widest range of diseases, the most good for the money, VljfHaving the most medicinal merit. And the greatest record of cures, — Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Sareatab*. 100 doses *1. MUlET^^r BORAX In the Laundry Will Sterilize the Cloth- Inc. Act as an Antiseptic and Prevent Odor bom Preaplratlon. All dealers. Sample Borax, Booklet and Souvenir Picture In 10 color* 5 cents and your dealer's name. Address PACIFIC COAST BO RAX CO., Oakland, Cal. PEARY OUTLINEB HIB PLANB Thinks He Can Reach the Pole Next Time He Tries. Lecturing recently before the Brook lyn institute on his last Arctic expe dition, Commander R. E. Peary exhi bited on a map a new course which he said he would take on his next ven ture into the far north and which, he beli...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 16 January 1907

NEWS NOTES FROM SURROUNDING TOWNS Cunningham. A. C Dilley is contemplating nioving to the Willamette valley in Oregon in the spring. Water pipe are doing a heap of "bustin" these days and the plumbers have their hands full. Eight grade examination is to be held here on Thursday. Several students from rural districts will attend. Mrs. L. C. Moore went to Spokane on last week Monday to join her hus band who went the week before. Predictions of a big crop this year is the way the farmers talk. Let it come, we can all stand some more big yields. Roy Hodges has moved to North I Yakima for a while this winter, as the trade in the barber shop is slow at present. Dr. Tulles returned on Sunday from near Roseburg, Ore., where he took a timber claim. Others will go from here to seek locations. The roads are drifted full of snow west of town. Hamlet and Othello j mail came late on Tuesday. Snow is 2 feet deep in many places. Cards are out announcing the wed ding of Henry Meyer, which will take ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 23 January 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. FENCES TO BE REMOVED FROM PUBLIC DOMAIN Following is a copy of the order is sued by Secretary Hitchcock to the commissioner of' the general land office, under instructions from President Roosevelt, relating to the removal of illegal fences from the public domain. The enforcement of this rule will be of great benefit to the ranchers and cattlemen who operate individually and on a small scale, in that the big cattle kings will be compelled to remove these fences and thus open up thousands of acres of fine pasturage to the use of the general public. Considerable land in Adams county will be effected by the enforcement of the rule. Department of the Interior, Secretary's Office. Washincton, t). C., Jan. 3, 1907. Order. The Commissioner of the General Land Office. Sir—Referring to the circular of in structions to special agents of your office, approved by me on January 29, 1904, relative to their duties under the act of February 25, 1885 (23 Stat. 321),...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 23 January 1907

GOVERNOR MEAD'S RECENT MESSAGE HNE ADDRESS ID LEGISLA TURE OF WASHINGTON. Chief Executive of State of Washing ton in Address to Legislature Makes Some Pointed Suggestions for Bet terment of Affairs of State—Short Summary in Following Article. Governor Albert E. Mead made the 1 following recommendations to the ten th legislature which convened at Olym |da on Monday. Abolishment of the ipecial fund system, placing the entire lunds of the state in u general fund, with separate accounts for every spe cial. The creation of the department «>f bank examiner with authority to examine accounts of state and county officers, and to prescribe uniform sys tem of public accounts. The inaugura tion of the policy whereby the state iray assume the capitol building fund indebtedness amsuatlug to $68,244, »nd pay the same out of the funds received from the stiles of granted land. The separation of the state levenue laws from the county. The appropriation of $1(1 ;,79'J.07 with sim ple interest for ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 23 January 1907

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OREGON . AND MONTANA NEWS. , Few Interesting Item® Gathered From Our Exchange* of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Placo—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. Representatives of the bricklayers' and masons' unions of Washington met last week for the organization of a state conference. Mrs. Neal Cheatham of Colfax, wife 3f the former state auditor, is dead at Puyallup. General Manager J. B. Ingersol of the Inland Empire system, has placed an order for 250 boxcars for use of the Spokane company. The cars are to be delivered prior to July 31. They will be 40 feet in length and of 80,- 000 pounds capacity. Because his friend, J. A. Wallis. with whom he had been drinking, had laid down on his bed and was some what slow in getting up when called upon to do so, a young man named Allan Fllnk struck Wallis three times on the head with a heavy Iron instru ment, fracturing his skull and caus ing his death at the town of A...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 23 January 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS 8at«« ripttou *• II .**» j>er year; mi monins N<> •>;!»-' 'ii>tiop taken for Icm than aix months. Enteied hs second clats inn iter October >o, 190t». hi the post office at Kitzv-ille, Washington under the Act «>f Congress of March 8,15"9. Pl'BJ IS1IEI) WEEKLY BY JOURNAL-HEROLD PUBLISHING CO. (Inc.) J. M. Bennington, - - Editor J. G. Steeper, - Business Manager WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1907. JAPANESE EXCLUSION ACT. So much has been said and written about the position which the govern ment has taken in the matter of the exclusion, from the public school of San Francisco, of the Japanese child ren, that the following article from the pen of David Starr Jordan, president of Leland Stanford Jr. University, is well worth reading. He says: "No Congress will ever conceive of passing a Japanese exclusion act, and no president would ever sign such an act, because it would be a hoodlum act. If we want to exclude the Japanese lab...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 23 January 1907

PROFESSIONAL i OR. DAVID A. HEWIT l. Physician and Surgeon 1 All calls answered, day or night. Office—First National Bank Building J* C Street, 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. F. R. BURROUGHS Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second St., bet. D and E RITZVILLE. Wash. DR. JOHN JOHNSTON * Physician Rosenoff Building RITZVILLE, WASH. . DR. WM. F. ARMANN Graduate of the University of Berlin and Heidelberg Specialist on Diseases of Women and Children. Office: Rooms 7 and 8, Ott's Building. Phone Main 586. J. 0. GLENN. D. O. Osteopathic Physician. ' Graduate of American School of Osteo pathy, Kirksville, under A. T. Still, founder of the School of Osteopathy. • Offices, Opp. First National Bank Bldg. RITZVILLE - - WASH. W. W. ZENT G. E. LOVELI. " ZENT & LOVELL . Lawyers Notary Public OFFlCE—Upstairs First National Bank Building. RITZVILLE, Wash. '...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 23 January 1907

The Minister's Wife By MRS. HENRY WOOD CHAPTER ll.—(Continued.) This evening was but another of those Mr. Baumgarten sometimes spent at Avon House feeding the flame of her ill starred passion. His manner to women was naturally tender, and to Grace, with her fascinations unconsciously brought to bear upon him. dangerously warm. That he never for one moment had outstepped the bounds of friendly intercourse Grace attributed entirely to the self-restraint imposed by his inferior position ; but she did not doubt he loved her in secret. While at dinner he told them, jokingly, as he had told Edith, that the parish wanted him to marry. Lady Avon re marked, in answer, that he could not do better; parsons and doctors should al ways be married men. "Yes, that's very right, very true," he returned in the same jesting tone. "But suppose they have nothing to marry upon ?" "But you have something, Mr. Raum garten." "Yes, I have two hundred a year; and no residence." "The rectory is rather bad, I b...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 23 January 1907

Catarrh Is a constitutional disease originating In impure blood and requiring constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood for Its radical and permanent cure. • greatest constitutional remedy is rfood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1. Nasal and other local forms of catarrh are relieved by Catarrlets, which allay In flanvnt'on dpni?f.»r|/o dl«ohflr"P. WV», Northwest Nominations. The president has sent to the sen ale the following nominations: commissioner of the general land office, ltichard A. Ballinger, Seattle, Wash.; register of the land office at Boise, Addison F. Smith. Always to Be Depended Upon. When a poison gets up in the morn ing with a (lull headache and a tired, stretchy feeling, it is an almost certain indication that the liver, or bowels, or both, are decidedly out of order. At such times Nature, the wisest and best of all doctors, takes this means to give warning that she needs the help an...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 23 January 1907

NEIGHBORING NEWS NOTES LIND. Mrs. F. L. Middleton purchased the Day Imus cottage occupied by Dr. Henderson on Knob Hill. J. M. Moulton has sold his fine resi dence opposite the Christian church to Day Jones. Mr. Moulton leaves here soon. Wednesday night was the coldest of the season. Many water pipes, buried two i'eet, were frozen. Four below zero was the weather report next morning. The corps of locating engineers for the Milwaukee railroad, which has been at work for a month deciding on the route through town, has completed its labors and been assigned to other du ties. The engineers have decided on the south side and unless overruled by superiors this decision will prevail. John Riemenschneider and Miss Ger trude Lee were married at the Methodist parsonage last Thursday evening by Rev. Bell. Mr. Riemen schneider is a member of the firm of Riemenschneider Bros., real estate brokers, who recently sold their business to Jay & Hayden. The bride is a daughter of John Lee of Leon v...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 30 January 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. MAY RAISE PRICE. Jute Mill Law has be«n Misinterpreted by Board of Control. Representative finds that Law does not require Fixing of Prices in January. A startling discovery has been made by Representative George Reid of Tacoma. It is in brief that the board of control and their predecessors have been laboring for years under an ex pensive misapprehension of the law respecting the fixation of the price foi the production of the penitentiary jute mill. » The reason repeatedly given for the difficulty experienced in disposing fot the million sacks annually made at Walla Walla, at an approximate cost, is that the law requiring the price at which sacks are to be sold in the late summer and fall be adjusted eacV January. It was further quoted as law in support of the policy of selling the sacks at a minimum price that the price had to be fixed at a price at or neai actual cost. The law contains no such provisions, according to Mr. Reid, who searchee dil...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 30 January 1907

STREET CAR WRECK FATAL ACCIDENT OCCURS AT SPOKANE SUNDAY NIGHT. Motorman C. E. Nickerson Killed—Ac cident Occurred In Northeastern Part of City—Nickerson Said Brakes Would Not Work—Heavy Switch Engine Struck Car Bquare in Center. Spokane, Jan. 28. —Motorman Nick crson was fatally injured, every one of the nine passengers aboard bruised and cut, the bones of several fractured and the street car completely demol ished when a Great Northern engine Sunday nighl struck the westbound Minnehaha street car No. 87 of the Washington Water Power company. The motorman died three hours later. The accident occurred northwest of Ross Park. Great Northern switch en gine Jfo. 4i'o was hacking to.vaid Ilill ; ard at the time and was going at a speed of about 15 miles an hour, ac cording to the statement of the crew. The street car was cavried a distance of from 150 to 200 feet along the track and was completely demolished. As soon as the extent of the catas trophe became known, dozens of peo ple livi...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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