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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 13 February 1907

Xjlme and Plant Food*. Lime enters Into the composition of •11 plants, but Its value depends more upon Its tendency to hasten chemical action In tbe soil rather than upon its use as food for plants, and whether the soil is light or beavy, sterile or fertile, there Is some change Introduced by lime when applied to tbe land. Its ten dency Is to work downward, for which reason It Is advantageous to apply a small quantity each year after tbe first application, beginning with twenty bushels per acre on light soils and thirty bushels on beavy land; but even ten bushels will show some results, as lime fits tbe soil for tbe presence of micro-organisms which perform an Im portant function when providing plant food, an alkaline condition of tbe soil being sometimes necessary, especially for clover. As carbonic add Is largely generated by the decomposition of veg etable matter in tbe aoll, tbe applica tion of lime creates many changes, chemically, In which other mineral and organic substances ...

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. — 13 February 1907

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. Do not fail to read Henry Richter's Skating Rink Ad. For Sale—A roll top desk. Call at the Journal-Herold Pub. Office. R. M. Tweedy, of Washtucna, came to town on Monday to attend cotirt. David Lenocker, near Menno, is in town to perform duties in the court house. Sheriff E. D. Gilson is at Olympia this week attending the sheriiF's con vention. Owen Casey, of Seattle, and Leo M. Casey, of Spokane,| M are.lnhere on business. George K. Schoessler and wife were visiting friends and relatives at Gradel on Sunday last. Attorney John Truax was sick with the mumps during last week, but he is out courting this week. Samuel Geise, a farmer living krnth west of Odessa, was doing ■ business with our merchants last Friday. For Sale—l desire to "sell my resi dence property on Knob Hill. tf I. W. Myers. The largest quantity of mail that has come into Ritzville at one time came during the night from Tuesday to Wednesnay. Edward Steffen, near Menno, has torn down his old re...

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. — 20 February 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. ARMANN CrWwti of Itw Ikhenlty of Iwtlo mi HtMtlbtrt 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. LOVELL 1 ZENT & LOVELL Lawyers Notary Public OFFlCE—Upstairs First National Bank ' Building. RITZVILLE, Wa...

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. — 20 February 1907

NEWS OF THEWORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS Of THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Albany now has a 2Vi cent railroad tare, the governor having signed the bill reducing the fare. LONDON—W. H. Dickenson, liberaJ ist, has introduced a bill in the house of commons giving suffrage to married and rate paying women. South Dakota will not have a 2 cent railroad fare yet. St. Petersburg—A son of Count Leo Tolstoi has been indicted for high treason on the charge of printing the latest political pamphlet written by his father. Washington—Plans have been sub mitted to the president for the erec tion of a military post at Guantanamo, Cuba, and will in all probability re ceive favorable consideration. Nat C. Goodwin has cleaned up con siderably more than {175,000 on his investment in Goldflelds mining stocks thus far with a good prospect of dou bling that amount in the next few mo...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 20 February 1907

SEATTLE SALOONS CLOSED SUNDAY MORE ARRESTS MADE ON THAT BAY THAN FOR YEARS. Saloonkeeper* insist That Mayor Moore Prosecute All Violators of the Sunday Law—Tacoma Also Tries Closed Sunday, Which Is Said to Have Been a bismal Failure. Seattle, Feb. 17.—There were more arrests on Seattle's first dry Sunday than for any Sunday for years. Bal lard, Georgetown and Youngstown, suburbs reached by trolleys, were thronged by the thirsty. The saloonkeepers held a meeting and drew up resolutions against every cigar store and restaurant, which they laid before Mayor Moore and Insist that he prosecute. The saloonmen state that they will compel the en forcement of the law to the limit. In communications to the mayor and chief of police the saloonmen declared that in case of their "failure so to do complaint will be made of your re fusal to so prosecute, and proceedings will he Instituted against you for mal feasance, and forfeiture of your offices will be demanded." Mayor Moore will make no state...

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. — 20 February 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS BnWrtptlon price II .fifl per year; ill monint, fl no. \o ■•lhacrlption taken for low then ilz month*. Entered as second das* matter October :tO, 1906. at the post office at Kitzville, Washington under the Act of Congress of March 3,18*9. PUBLISHWEEKLY BY JOURNAL HEROLD PUBLISHING CO. (Inc.) J. M. Bennington, - - Editor J. G. Steffer, - Business Manager WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1907. IMMORTALITY, Granted the hope of immoratlity, we have a different kind of world from that world from which hope is closed. It is as different as a voyage to a port on a splendid ship is different from floating on a loose raft in mid ocean. This is not to deny that heroism might be shown on the raft, for example, by dropping off the raft to give more room and food for the survivors. But no one would exert himself very much to propel the hopeless raft unless a ship j appeared on the horizon. So while we might and would maintain the kind of negative morality wh...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 20 February 1907

WAS A PHYSICAL WRECK IS NOW BRAND NEW MAN Ed Wysong, a member of Bricklayers' union No. had been pronounced incu.able by leading medic;:] doctors in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and many other slates on the way from the east to Spokane. The doctors had told him that he v. as suffering from almost every complaint the liver can be subject to; abceas, cancel - , jcall stones, together with a lot of oclier ailments. Mr. Wysong was well nigh worried to death when he first heard of Tele com, feeling thai he was a perfect wreck, as he had been continually growing worse for many years. He submitted, at last, to treatment by Professor David Richard Neville. The transformation has been remarkable. In weight Mr. Wysong has been increased from 118 to his present weight of 135. In addition to that, his liver, stomach, kidneys, bladder and intestines have been made to re sume their normal functions, and at the present time Mr. Wysong says that he can not speak too highly of Teleconi. In his own wo...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 20 February 1907

The Minister's Wife By MRS. HENRY WOOD CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) Jaquet put on the child's hat and cape, tnd Mr. Baumgarten escorted Lady Avon to the carriage. "Where are we going, grandmamma?*' asked Cyras, as they turned into a green lane, which led to a cross country road in the opposite direction to the fair, near which Lady Avon would not have gone bad she been bribed to do so. "It is very pretty this way; perhaps we shall see some haymakers," she said. Cyras was quite satisfied; all roads were pretty much alike to him. They saw haymakers, and they saw some gyp sies. In returning home, when driving across a strip of waste land or common, an open carriage containing an old lady encoun tered that of Lady Avon. Both car riages stopped abreast, and the ladies en tered into conversation. It chanced that they had stopped exactly opposite a gypsy encampment, the sight of which gave Cy ras unbounded delight. He had never seen one before. "Grandma, look. Do look. Isn't It nice?" Lady Avo...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 20 February 1907

Ratalnjr Seed Corn. The best way of raising corn for followed In the West, says C. W. Sorrill In Tri-State Farmer, Is to prepare a seed bed or testing ground of from one to two acres far removed trom other fields. To begin with, no ear should be used which Is Imperfect from which to select grains for the seed crop, selecting snch type of corn that you wish t® grow, the work of selection should be followed year after year, selecting the best ears that show an Improvement over previous years. Any plant that Is deficient in any re quirement should net be allowed to de velop a tassel, and especially a barren stalk. As to corn feeding, the seed plots should not suffer for want of plant food. From field experiments with fer tilizers en corn In the West last year, on soils of average fertility, a higher per cent of potash than ordinary fer tilizer contains gave remarkable re sults and would undoubtedly give sim ilar results on the average lands of Oeorgla. In Qeorgla last year were used so...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 20 February 1907

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. A. L. Hodson, of Hamlet, was in town last Friday. John Truax went to Lind on ltg:.l business last Friday. R. Widmer, of Lind, was in town the latter part of last week. For Sale—A roll top desk. Call at the Journal-Herold Pub. Office. A 1 P. Haas, Editor of the the Lind Leader, was in town last Saturday. The oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christensen has been sick with pneumonia. The six year old child of Rev. John C. Miller has been sick with lung fever for several days. Post Master John Irby, went to his ranch last Tuesday and expects to be gone untill Friday. Rev. Neai S. McCullum.of Tacoma, is in town looking after his Adams County real estate. Wm. Weiand an old resident of Ritzville, but now of Spokane, was in town over Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Gronewald, of Connell, is visiting with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schelly. Wm. Giese, of Odessa, and Simon Werner, of Gradel, were business callers at this office. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Siemens, went to Walla W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 27 February 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. PROFESSIONAL DR. DAVID A. HEWIT i 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—Sacond floor Gritman Block. Phone 323. Night calls promptly attended to from office. RITZVILLE - - WASH. DR. F. R. BURROUGHS Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second St., l>et. D and E RITZVILLE. Wash. DR. JOHN JOHNSTON Physician Rosenoff Building RITZVILLE, WASH. DR. WM. F. ARMANN Graduate of the University of Berlin HeWelbem Specialist on Diseases of Women and Children. Office: Rooms?and 8, Ott's Building. Phone Main 586. J. 0. GLENN. 0. 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 1 . RITZVILL...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 27 February 1907

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OOEGON AND MONTANA NEWS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. Washtucna has been an isolated town for some time. Floods and washouts cut oil thriving place from outside world. Wheat waits in ware houses. with no prospect of shipment boforc next crop. Master painters of Tacoma have de cided for an open shop policy after March 1, regardless of the action of the union. Walla Walla county has been the hardest hit of any of the eastern Washington sections on account of vashouts, thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of damage being done the roads and farms, aside from tha damage the railroads have received. Copies of the Indian war records for the state of Washington have been completed and forwarded from Wash ington 10 Olympia. They contain a record of all Indian wars iu this state Tith a roster of all those who took ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 27 February 1907

THE POPE IS FIRM NO SURRENDER BY ROME TO FRANCE AS REPORTED. Vatican Will Not Submit to New Pro posals, Say Clerical Organ*—Cle menceau Not Surprised, but He Baya Minister of Education Briand Ex pected the Feud Would End. The clerical organs of Paris have united in declaring that Cardinal Rich ard, archbishop of Paris, will not sub mit to the new proposals of the gov ernment regarding church leases and their Rome dispatches categorically In sist that Pope Pius is resolved to main tain integrally the original text ottered by the French episcopate and to refuse even to discuss the government's regu lations relative to the liability of par ish priests for the keeping up of churches and the exclusion of foreign priests or members of the dissolved orders as parties to contracts. Whether these inspired statements are only part of the diplomatic game remains to be seen. Premier Clemcnceau now admits frankly that as far as he is concerned he never expected the church to ac cept the conditio...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 27 February 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Surwcrtption price, fl .50 per vetr; mxinonini, 11.00. N'o •übm ription taken for Icm than six months. Entered «s secoud class matter October :io, 190 C). mt the post office at Ritzville. Washington under the Act of Congress of March 3,18^9. Vt'BLIMiKI) WEEKLY BY JOCRNAI. 11EROLD PUBLISHING CO. (Inc.) J. M. Bennington. - - Editor J. G. Steffer, - Business Manager WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1907. All communications must reach thin office not later than 3 o'clock Tuesday . afternoon. Any communications receiv ed after that hour will be left over until '■ the following week, as our forms close Wednesday morning. THE MEANING OF LENT. j Lent is not "fashionablesack cloth." • 1 It should be a setting aside of the;' trivial for the purpose of developing, the spiritual. To abstain from sweet- ■ meats is not sufficient. To abstain is 1 ' merely negative. The important, the ]' positive feature of Lent consists in the ' contemplation of higher though...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 27 February 1907

D. J. KALKWARF GENERAL MERCHANDISE \A/E ARE about to bid most of our goods good bye. Every article of Winter » ▼ Merchandise goes at Prices that will make competitors tremble. Our prices will be so low that not one single garment will be carried over into another year. DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY It will mean an investment of from 40 to 50 per cent, on your part. j Following are a few of the many articles on sale: Ladies*, Misses Bedding Bedding Men's and Boys' Ladies' and Gents' an d Note the Selection and Clothing Sho€S Children's Coats f Ration. Now is the time to buy In all Fancv Suitings— $1.75 good filled Cotton $10 Men's Suit, Fancy Shoes, when you need in all rancy suitings » j Worsted, Sale $ 800 Black Meltons Kersev $12 Men's Suit, Fancy mem mOSL . K ror our ' $2.00 good filled, light Worsted and Mixed, window display. Each and Scotch Tweed. and fluffy, Sale $1.50 Sale 9.80 , , . , $13.50 Men's Suit, Fan- shoe has a silent salesman The celebrated Palm- $2.25 good filled, ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 27 February 1907

The Minister's Wife /jft y By MRS. HENRY WOOD CHAPTER Xl.—(Continued.) Dynevor, who was hand-in-glove with tome of the senior boys, returned Cyras' jacket and cap to him and went away with his friends; and the two Baumgar tens were left alone. Charles was crying and shaking, Charles' nose was bleeding and down eat Cyras in a corner of the now deserted cloisters, and held the child to him, as tenderly as any mother could have done. "Don't cry, Charley, dear," quoth he, kissing him fondly. "I know that biggest fellow that set upon you, and I'll pay him off as sure as he*s a snob. I'd have paid them off now if they had waited, the cowards, and I don't care if they had killed me for It. Where did they hit you, Charley ?" "They hit rae everywhere, Cyras," sob bed the child, who, though barely two years younger than his brother, was as a baby compared with him in hardihood and in knowledge of the world. "Oh, how my nose bleeds J" Cyras with his own white handkerchief kept wiping the suffe...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 27 February 1907

Rhowmatisra ' 13 one of the constitutional diseases. It • {manifests itself in local aches and pains,— iuflamod joints and stiff ni».scles, —but it cannot be cured by Pxtal applications. It requires constitutional treatment, and • the best is a course of the great blood puri • tying and tonic medicine Hood's Sarsaparilla which neutralizes the acidity of the blood < and builds up the whole system. In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Saraataba. 100 doses 11. SHIP WRECKED; 200 LOST. Austrian Vessel Founder* Off the * Coast of Crete. The Austrian steamer Imperatrix, carrying a crew of 180 and upwards of 30 passengers, has been wrecked off the coast of the Island of Crete and a majority of the passengers and crew drowned. The Imperatrix was a Yes9el of . -4000 tons and was of somewhat re cent construction. She was in the regular service of the Austrian Steam Navigation company, plying between , Trieste and Bombay, Yla the Sue* canal. ROB SUBTREASURY OF VAST SUM Thie...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 27 February 1907

Millinery Millinery &MS& \A/E ARE prepared to make a complete showing of Spring Millinery March 1. All the late and smart * styles of the season can be found in our assortment. The Mushroom effect will figure strong in the V early spring styles. We solicit a few minutes of your time before purchasing. We are in a better position to build the hat that has style and taste and carry out your own ideas, this season, than we have ever been iti the past. We have taken great care in soliciting our Patterns, and solicit you/ inspection. We are making a spe- ' cialty of the Hat with that correctness of Style for a Reasonable Price. L _____ Ladies' Suits and If you Wear one of the new tight' Skirts Skirts Jackets _ ci ■ , We received thts week J# gOWnS Skirts • two shipments of Spring and 3 "j"HEN you realize how $ £ W A special this week on Summer Garments. Perhaps you realize fronvyour - v. Ladies Skirts. We have wtoKkaJsr Vn °wn experience, or the experi- US \ • . , , . r Every lad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 10 April 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. PROFESSIONAL Dr. I. IV. Habecker VETERINARY SURGEON and DENTIST Is located permanently in Ritzville. OFFICE: Room I Lee Block. Phone: 794 A. C. RUSSELL Second Hand Store Highest cash price paid for your sec ond hand goods or will exchange new for old furniture. Next Door to Rink, Ritzville. OR. 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 Kosenoff Building RITZVILLE. WASH. OR. WM. F. ARM ANN «n<n «t m imwiHi i «■* mt lnwiin Specialist on Diaeaaea of Women and ■Children. Office: Rooms 7 and 8, Ott'a " Building. Phone Main 586. J. 0. GLENN. D. O. Osteopathic Physician. « Graduate of American Sch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 10 April 1907

POPULAR OPINION NEW YORK HERALD ON THIRD TERM TALK. MAJORITY OF STATES FAVOR HIM FOR 1908 CANDIDATE RE PUBLICAN PRESIDENT. The Nftv York Herald has obtained advices from numerous states as to popular opinion concerning Roosevelt and sums them up as follows: "That President Roosevelt is strong ly In favor with the voters of the na tion after his recent controversy with E. H. Harriman; that he is desired by a majority of the states as the republi can candidate In 1908 and that there is danger of democratic triumph if any other candidate than Mr. Roosevelt is chosen, is the consensus of opinion the Herald is received in a canvass of all of the states in the country outside of the south." California is put down as standing with Roosevelt. The Herald's San Francisco correspondent says: "Lead ing republicans of California favor Roosevelt's renominatlon in 1908." Taft Is favored in many states as second choice and Fairbanks is re garded by others as the conservative choice. FIFTEEN LIVES L...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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