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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 7 June 1905

First National Bank, Ritzville, Washington. Capital and Surplus, $110,000. Is the oldest, largest and only national bank in Adams county. Offers its customers every facility consistent with conservative banking. Places loans for term of vears on fatm and city property under especially favorabie contracts. Pays interest on time deposits. Its officers are experienced and courteous and its directors among'the most substantial business men in the county. J. D. BASSETT, President. U. K. LOOSE, Vice Pres. R. C KENNEDY, Cashier. SOMEBODY SAID "MINTED FLOORS if ' KILL DISEASE GERMS SAVE LABOR AND THEN TUB WHOLE WORLD (X>MMEN(ZDimNT/miXOOß^^^^X The Most Perfect of Floor Paints N THE SUREST GERM-KILLER AND " Vs LABOR-SAVER EVER PRODUCED READY FOR USE YOU CAN APPLY IT Hide by PUT UP IN QUART, HALf-GALLON, GALLON CANS For sale by White River Lumber Company. SVery Fine Board Is—Sawdust w We have boards of all descriptions, sizes and ST styles. Our lumber is recognized as superior w in many re...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 14 June 1905

A live publication de- TOted to Adama county and resources ol the Pa cific northwest. Circu lates among prosperous people who peironiae ad vertisers. $1.50 PER ANNUM ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Office*: New* Block, C street bet Main and Railroad avenue, opposite First Na tional Bank. Telephone No. 183. PBOFXBSIONAU DR. PASCAL W. YEARSLEY, DENTIST Room 3, Pioneer State Bank Building RITZVILLE WABH. Oas Vapor Administered. a»dua<a of M«d«-Chlrrurgloal college, Phila delphia. Pa. Crown and bridge work. Fill ins, extracting and plat* work conforming to the practice of madern dentutry. J O. GLENN, D. O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Graduate of American School of Osteopathy, Klrkivllle, under A. T. Still, founder ol the School ol Oiteopathr. Mis* Clara Morris, Assistant. Offices: Opposite First National Bank building. Walter Staser, LAWYER Insurance. Abstracting. Money to Loaa on Real Estate. J. C. Mogan. 0. W. Rathbun MOGAN & RATHBUN Attorneys at Law. General practitioner* in all courU State and F...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 14 June 1905

ADAMS v COUNTY v NEWS' ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT. Sabscription price, $1.50 per year; six months, $1.00. No subscription taken for leaa than six months. Entered at the Postofflce at Ritcvllle, Adams County, Washington, for transmission through the United States Mails a> Second Class mail matter. J. RAY THOMPSON, Editor. What a Man Can Earn. Is a man capable of earning $1,000 a week for his employer? The recent statement of the number of men in this country earning $50,000 a year or better has brought this question to the front and it is being widely dis cussed throughout the country. The answer to the question "Can a Man Really Earn $1,000 a week?" and the conclusions in the June issue Per Cent are well worth considering: "The life story of any one of them would demonstrate his capacity for so doing, and the story of Mr. Burrage will serve for an illustration as well as any other. He began his career as a $5 a week messenger, and studied and mastered the bankin...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 14 June 1905

LOCAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK TOGETHER WITH A PERSONAL MENTION OF THOSE IN THB fIOVINQ PANORAIIA OP LOCAL HISTORY Fred R. Hawn, who was representa tive from Riuville Lodge No. 58, I. O. O. F„ to the state grand lodge at Van couver, Wash , returned the first of the week. He reports a very large attend ance at the grand lodge, grand encamp ment and Rebekan assemblv, and all were royally entertained by the good citisens of Vancouver. There has been a large increase in the membership in the order the past year. The next meet ing of the grand bodies will be at Seat tle. The Washington Odd Fellows and Bebekahs joined with those of Oregon and captured Portland on "Odd Fel lows" day. There was a mammoth pa rade, after which the fair grounds were turned over to the wearers of the three links. Wm. L. Gritman, deputy United States marshal, was in the city Sunday on his way to Davenport with a warrant of arrest for A. F. Lambert, cashier of the Big Bend National bank, which failed a few months ago. ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 14 June 1905

First National Bank, Ritzville, Washington. Capital and Surplus, $110,000. If the oldest, largest and only national bank in Adams county. Offers its customers every facility consistent with conservative banking. Places loans for term of years on fai m and city property under especially favorable contracts. Pays interest on time deposits. Its officers are experienced and courteous and its directors among the most substantial business men in the county. J. D. BASSETT, President. U. K. LOOSE, Vice Pres. R. C KENNEDY, Cashier. SOMEBODYSAID "MINTED FLOORS /ftfeVyUl Klto DISEASE GERMS SAVE IABORAND WOIUtymM&kW THENTHEWHOI/E WORLD C(mi^(ZDPAINTIIWri,OQ^^^^^ The Most Perfect ol floor Paints N THE SUREST GERM-KILLER AND ' Vs - LABOR-SAVER EVER PRODUCED READY FOR USE YOU CAN APPL.Y IT Made by PUT UP IN QUART, HALF-GALLON, GALLON CANS For sale by White River Lumber Company* §Very Fine Board Is—Sawdust w We have boards of all descriptions, sizes and 5T flji styles. Our lumber is recognized ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 21 June 1905

A lire publication de voted to Adams county and resources of the Pa cific. northwest, circu late# among prosperous people who patronise ad vertisers. $1.50 PER ANNUM ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Offices: News Block, C street bet Main and Railroad avenue, opposite First Na tional Bank. Telephone No. 183. PROFESSIONAL. DR. PASCAL W. YEARSLEY, DENTIST Room 3, Pioneer State Bank Building RITZVILLE WASH. Gas Vapor Administered. Gradua'eof Medo-Chlrrurglcalcollege, Fhlla del phi». Pa. Crown and bridge work. Fill ing, extracting and plate w.ork conforming to the practice of madern dentistry. J O. GLENN, D. O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Graduate of American Bchool of Osteopathy, Kirksville, under A. T. still, founder of the School of Osteopathy. Misa Clara Morris, Assistant. Oflices: Opposite First National Bank building. Walter Staser, LAWYER Insurance. Abstracting. Money to Loan oo Real Estate. J. 0. Mogan. C. W. Rathbun MOQAN & RATHBUN - Attorneys at Law. General practitioners In all courts State an...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 21 June 1905

ADAMS v COUNTY v NEWS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT. Subscription price, $1.50 per year; six months, 11.00. No subscription taken for less than six months. Entered at the Postcfflce at Ritzville, Adams County. Washington, fpr transmission through the United states Mails as Second Class mail matter. J. RAY THOMPSON. Editor. Inventor of Independence Day Celebrations. " I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by succeuding genera tions as the great Anni veriary Festival. It ought to be commemor ated, as the day of deliv erance, by solemn acts of devotion to God Al mighty. It ought to be solemnized with pomp, 6hows, games, sporti, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminatious from one end of the continent to the other from this time forward forever." —Pres- ident John Adams. The Railroad Commission. The railroad commission has now been appointed, in pursuance of the act creating that body and defining its powers. Of the three members of the commission, Mr. John C. Law re...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 21 June 1905

LOCAL EVENTS OF THE VEEK TOO ETHER WITH A PERSONAL MENTION OP THOSE IN THB fIOVINO PANORAfIA OP LOCAL HISTORV The central telephone office for the Pacific States Telephone Co. has been moved from the rear of the Pioneer Drug store to the second floor of the Gritman building. H. E. Gritman, the local man ager, is improving the service and is also arranging for direct connections with farm phones on the barb wire and high line systems. Several farmers have at ready installed the phones. The object in connecting with the farmers is that better and more complete service could be rendered in every way if all the sys tems were under one management. Riti ville is now connected by wire with Cou ncil and Washtucna on the south and Spokane and Odessa on the north and east. Clyde Smith has sold his paper, the Hustler, at Hatton, to W. J. Harter, a leading citiien of that place, and is tem porarily stopping here, not having de cided what business he will now take up. While his first experience ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 21 June 1905

First National Bank, Ritzville, Washington. Capital and Surplus, $140,000. Ie the oldest, largest and only national bank in Adains county. Offers its customers every facility consistent with conservative banking. Places loans for term of vears on faim and city property under especially favorable contracts. Pays interest on time deposits. Its officers are experienced and courteous and its most substantial business men in the county. I. D. RASSETT, President. U. K. LOOSE, Vice Pres. R. C KENNEDY, Cashier. SOMEBODYSAID I "MINTED FLOORS KILL DISEASE GERMS Sr SAVE LABOR AND WORRy%^O^W thenthl whole world CCMM&TCEDPAINTINGFLOa The Most Perfect of Floor Paints N THE SUREST GERM-KILLER AND " Vs - LABOR-SAVER EVER PRODUCED READY FOR USE YOU CAN APPLY IT Made ty , PUT UP IN QUART. HALF-GALLON, CALLON CANS For sale by White River Lumber Company. 2 Very Fine Board Is—Sawdust. | T We have boards of all descriptions, sizes and 5 fll styles. Our lumber is recognized as superior \l in many resp...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 28 June 1905

A live publication de voted to Adams county and resources of the Pa cific northwest. Circu lates among prosperous people who petronlse ad vertisers. ♦1.50 PER 4.NNUM ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Office*: News Block, C street bet Main and Railroad avenue, opposite First Na tional Bank. Telephone Mo. 183. PROFESSIONAL. DR. PASCAL W. YEARSLEY, DENTIST Room 3, Pioneer State Bank Building RITZVILLE WASH. Oas Vapor Administered. Graduate ot Medo-chlrrurglial college, Phil*- delpbl . Pa. Crown anil bridge work. Kill ing, extrai'tlng and plate work conforming to the practice ofinadern dentistry. J O. GLENN, D. O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Graduate ol American School ol Oateopathy, Klrkavllle, under A. T. Still, founder ol the School ol Oateopathy. Miss Ciara Morris, Assistant. Offices: Opposite Flrat National Bank building. Walter Staser, LAWYER Insurance* Abstracting. Money to Loan oo Real Estate. J. 0. Mogan. 0. W. Rathbun MOGAN & RATHBUN Attorneys at Law. Oentral practitioners in all courts State a...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 28 June 1905

ADAMS v COUNTY v NEWS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT. Subscription price, $1.50 per year; six months, $1.00. No subscription taken (or less than six months. Entered at the Postofflce at Rltzville, Adams County, Washington, for tranpminsion through the United States Mails as Second Class mail matter. J. RAY THOMPSON, Editor. Consumption of Flour. The following article is taken from the American Miller of Grand Rap ida: Economizing in the use of bread, which ia quite generally the cheapest food we have, nutritive value consid ered, seems an anomaly; yet millers and grocers know very well that high priced flour means curtailment ot consumption, even in prosperous times. That people are using less flour uow than a yeai ago is certain. How much the economy amounts to we have no means of aHcertiiining definitely. According to the Ameri can Miller, "the Valley City Milling Co., of Grand Rapids, Mich., with a trade exteuiling • from Alabama to New England, and which is, there ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 28 June 1905

LOCAL EVEIIB OF THE IEEK ruaeTHER with a personal mention OP THOSE IN THE rtOVINU PANORAMA OP LOCAL HISTORY Gottlieb rleinrichs, a German farmer living we«t of Lind. who has been con fined in the county jail for the past three weeks, on Saturday last plead ituilty to the charge of wife heating and was sen tenced by Hon. W. T. Warren, judge of Superior court, to pay a tine of $500 and serve six months in jail. The sentence was suspended upon a promise being given by Heinrichs that ht would return to, remain with and properly support his family henceforth and never again strike or in any way, shape or manner mistreat his wife or children. Mr. Heinrich is an industrious, sober man, but is given to fits of most violent temper, from which his wife has suffered for some time. Through the efforts of Dr. J. W. Lan ■ sing mayor, and Spencer S. Irby, one of the police officers, the main streets will will have a fine sprinkling service this year through the dry season. The mer chants and busin...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 28 June 1905

First National Bank, Ritzville, Washington. Capital and Surplus, $110,000. Is the oldest, largest an<l only national bank in Adams county. Offers its customers every facility consistent with conservative banking. Places loans for term of years oil fat m and city property under especially favorable contracts. Pays interest on time deposits. Its officers are experienced and courteous and its directors ainong'tho most substantial business men in the county. J. D. BASSETT, President. U. K. LOOSE, Vice Pres. R. C KENNEDY, Cashier. SOMEBODYSA/D "PAINTED FLOORS KILL DISEASE GERMS save eaborand II THWTmwnOI/Z WOHI4D coMM^cEDPAvyrimr^ooi^^^^k The Most Perfect of floor Paints N \ Sy \ \ V THE SUREST GERM-KILLER AND •> LABOR-SAVER EVER PRODUCED READY FOR USE YOU CAN APPLY IT Made by PUT UP. IN QUART, HALF-GALLON. GALLON CANS For sale by White River Lumber Company. $ Very Fine Board Is—Sawdust, w T We have boards of all descriptions, sizes and JJ? ffll styles. Our lumber is recognized as ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 5 July 1905

A live publication de voted to Adams county and resources ol the Pa cific northwest. Circu lates among prosperous people who petronlse ad vertisers. $1.50 PER ANNUM ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Offices: News Block, C street bet Main and Railroad avenue, opposite Fir»t Na tional Bank. Telephone No. 183. PROFESSIONAL DR. PASCAL W. YEARSLEY, DENTIBT Room 3. Pioneer State Bank Building RITZVILLE WASH. Gas Vapor Administered. Oradua eof Medo-Chlrrurglcal college, Phila delphia. Pa. Crown and bridge work. Kill - ln(t, eitracllng ami plate work conforming to the practice olmadern dentistry. J O. GLENN, D. O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Graduate of American School of Osteopathy, Klrkivllle, under A. T. Still, founder ol the school o( Osteopathy. Miss Clara Morris, Assistant. Ollires: Opposite First National Bank building. Walter Staser, LAWYER Insurance. Abstracting. Money to Loan on Real Eitate. J. C. Mogan. C. W. Rathbun MOGAN & RATHBUN Attorneys at Law. Qeneral practitioners in all courts State and F...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 5 July 1905

ADAMS V COUNTY v NEWS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT. Subscription price, $1.60 per year: six months, SI.OO. No subscription taken for lets than six months. Entered at the Postofflce at Ritzvllle, Adams County. Waehlngton, for transmission through the United States Mails as Second Class mail matter. J. RAY THOMPSON. Editor. Keep To First Principles. ludependence day we, the American people, glorify our past, rejoice in our present, and look confidently into our future. Young and old unite to cele brate the birth of popular govern ment, to pay tribute to the fathers and mothers who founded this mighty nation, to consider its achievements, to ponder well the dangers that now confront the body politic, and to re new the vigor of an intelligent pa triotism that shall transmit to poster ity a true democracy in America! The birth certificate of this nation is the Declaration of Independance. The readiug oi that immortal docu ment may well fill a leading part in this day's ac...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 5 July 1905

LOCAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK TOGETHER WITH A PERSONAL UENTIOM OP THOSE IN THE nOVINO PANORAfM OP LOCAL HISTORY Chas. H. Pierce, who was identified with Adams County in the early days when fences were rare and coyotes plen tiful, came over Wednesday from Pull man, where he has resided since he leit here about six years ago and is much astonished at the growth of the town and county. Years ago he homesteaded a tract near Paha which he disposed of at his first opportunity and left. Now that land is worth from <25 to £50 per acre and Ritiville which was then a hamlet with the cows running at large and the grass growing in the streets, was such a surprise to the old gentleman that he was nearly lost among the large struc tures and mistook Railroad avenue for Main street. Fred R. Hawn, who has been employ ed on the News from time to time during the past three years, left Wednesday for Granger, a new town in Yakima Valley on the new Sunnyside railroad, where he will start a newspaper. He is...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 5 July 1905

First National Bank, Ritzville, Washington. Capital and Surplus, $110,000. Is the oldest, largest and only national bank in Adams county. Offers its customers every facility consistent with conservative banking. Places loans for term of years on farm and city property under especially favorable contracts. Pays interest on time deposits. Its officers are experienced and courteous and its'directors'aniong'the most substantial business men in tlie county. . D. BASSETT, President. U. K. LOOSE, Vice Pres. R. C KENNEDY. Cashier. SOMEBODYSMD J "MINTED FLOORS KILL DISEASE GERMS SAVE EABORAND WORlty%^^M§ TtlWTimwnObE WORI& xJSSift (^MM^CEDPJOXTINGnOQR^^^m) The Most Perfect of Floor Paints N \\aN^- THE SUREST GERM-KILLER AND " LABOR-SAVER EVER PRODUCED READY FOR USE YOU CAN APPLY IT PUT lIP IN QUABT, HALF-GALLON, GALLON CANS For sale by White River Lumber Company. | Very Fine Board Is—Sawdust, $ jg We have boards of all descriptions, sizes and B styles. Our lumber is recognized as superio...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 12 July 1905

A live publication de voted to Adams couuty and resources of the Pa cific northwest, circu latee among prosperous people who petronlse ad vertisers. $1.50 PER ANNUM ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Offices: News Block, C street bet Msln and Railroad avenue, opposite First iia tional Bank. Telephone No. 183. PROFESSIONAL* DR, PASCAL W. YEARSLEY, DENTIST Room 3. Pioneer State Bank Building RITZVILLE WABH. Oat Vapor Administered. Graduft'S of Medu-Cblrrurglcal college, Phil*- delphlPa. Crown and brld|e work, Kill lnf, extracting and plate work conforming to the practice olmadern dentistry. J O. GLENN, D. O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Graduate of American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, uuder A T Still, founder ol the School of Osteopathy. Miss Clara Morris, Assistant. Offices: Opposite First National Bank building. Walter Staser, LAWYER Insurance. Abstracting. Money to Loan on Real Estate. J. 0. Mogan. C. W. Ratbbun MOGAN & RATHBUN Attorneys at Law. General practitioners in all courts State and Fede...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 12 July 1905

ADAMS v COUNTY v NEWS IMCBD (VERY WEDNESDAY, JCST BEFORE MIDNIGHT. Subscription pries, (MO per year: sis months, tl.oe. No subscription taken lor less than six month,. Entered at the PoetoCee at RltsTllle, Adams County. Washington, lor tranpmlMlon through the United states Mall, ae Seeond Class mall matter. J. RAY THOMPSON, Editor. The woman who thinks more of the ballot than she does of her baby will never boost this old nation forward many notches. Lettuce is mighty good for chil dren. A New York boy fell from a fifth story window and lit in a barrel of it unharmed. Togo drawe a salary of only $3000 a year. He oould stand on the firing line for almost aay old ball team in this country and get twioe as much. A political writer in an eastern Journal heads an article, "Trouble Ahead for Russia." This is bard to believe considering the peaceful con ditions that have prevailed in that country for so long. The Clinton, Mo., bank oashier ad mite forgeriee to tbe amount of 998,000. He is ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 12 July 1905

LOCAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK rOOBTHER WITH A PERSONAL MENTION OF THOSE IN THE fIOVINO PANORArIA OP LOCAL HISTORY Edwin T. Taylor, formerly book-keep er in the First National Bank of this city, now cashier of Lombard's bank at Tekoa, and Miss Daisy L. Thayer, a young newspaper woman of that city, were married in Tekoa, Tuesday, June 27, 1905. A honeymoon trip was made to Portland, the happy couple returning last Friday and will be at home in Tekoa after July 15th. The news of the wed ding came as a surprise to the many friends of the groom in this city who join in wishing the new benedict all kinds of happiness and conjugal bliss. Rittville baseball feathers were all plucked out this week by Palouse taking three names and Moscow two. Tracy, Gregory and Montgomery were the pitching staff, but were powerless against the heavy batters of the two towns. The infield support seems to have been weak in most of the games, several costly er ror! being scored against Halverson and Maloney. The los...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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