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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 9 March 1898

VOL. I. MUST NEWS NOTES ITEMS FROM THREE STATES. Demand for Timber and Lumber LnnilM-Cnllfornlu Oranm-N lufect e«l With the Red Scale—7B,OOO Sheep Within a Radlna of Elyht Ml leu of Xampa, Idaho—ChlneMe PhenaantH for Montana. Timber and timber lands appear to be in good demand throughout Snohomish county. ' The gamblers have paid into the city treasury of Seattle through the munici pal court over $3000 in fines in two months. Ray Russell, for a long time an em ploye of the state printing office at Olym pift under O. C. WTiite, has gone to Dyea, where he and his brother will establish a newspaper. The Josephite Mormons, or Latter Day Saints of Jesus Christ, have been holding a series of meetings at Castle Rock, Cow litz county, and have made some con verts Stevens county wnrrants issued for the present term of court are being sold for 93 cents, one party offering as high as 08 cents. A few months ago the highest offer was 75 cents. School warrants arc now selling at 100 cents on the ...

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. — 9 March 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS IWI'ED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. A. THOMPSON, . . . Editor and Proprietor Subscription price $1.00 per year; six month*, 75 Cents. No| subscription taken for less han six months. Advertising rates may be ascertained at the office. None but first class advertisements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the paper if you wish and say what you have to say in your own way. We'll fix it up. RITZVILLE, MARCH 9, 1898. WILL IT BE PEACE OR WAR? The request of Spain that Consul Lee be recalled and the refusal of the United States to see it that way is re garded by somt as being the prelimin iries to a rupture in the peaceful rola ions of the two countries, but a great nany of the leading men of thiscoun ry have expressed the view that the ncident alone is no cause for war, ind is not likely to cause war. While t is very possible that war with Spain /ill be averted, the trend of circum tances the last few days i...

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. — 9 March 1898

~ LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Buy a Waverly. Wheat is worth 63 cents in Ritzville. Prize baking powder at Sinclair's. Children's wash hats at Mrs. Hallin's. Daniel Frew of Colfax is in the city today. There are several cases of measles in town. Earl Prouty returned from Seattle last week. Henry Leonard of Bemis was in our city Saturday. H D. Hallin mude us a pleasant call Saturday. Have you seen those fancy glass doors at Greene's 1 Henry Myer, the Lind merchant, was in town Monday. I. I. Frank of Spokane was a guest at the Pacific Monday. Geo. W. Jones and wife of Delight were in town Monday. W. W. Zent is motor man at the Timesoffice this week. 0. W.*G<)odenougb and wife of Hat ton were in the city last Friday. 1. B. Laing and family of Washtucna were up to this burg last week. Gustave Plagerof Paha was up Mon day making proof on his homestead. T. C. Martin and wife of Washtucna were in town Saturday and Sunday, A. S. Elder and ...

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. — 9 March 1898

KIB THROUGH IM NEWS AT SOKE AND ABROAD. Items of lafomatloa Gathered From a Wide Area—Political Happen las* aad Industrial Notes—Crimea aad Accidents. Fire has destroyed the large flour mill of Cargill and Fall at Houston, Minn. The capacity of the mill was 750 barrels a day. A large quantity of wheat, flour and other mill stuffs was destroyed. Several Mil waukee and St. Paul cars on the track were burned. Edward T. Price, aged 47, a prominent and wealthy business man of Lexington, Ky., committed suicide by shooting him self in the forehead. He was despondent over ill health. The latest election returns in Ontario show the liberal government has been sus* tained by a majority of three. The fig ures are 48 liberals, 43 conservatives, one patron and one independent. There is one constituency yet to hear from. Augustus St. Gaudens has deserted America for Europe. His studio in New York city, which he has occupied for 18 years, is for rent in the future, and the famous sculptor will mak...

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. — 16 March 1898

VOL. I. IKE NEWS Of HE SISItS GENERAL BUSINESS POINTERS. Columbia River Fishermen Receive Better Price# Than for Several Yearn—ldaho Stockmen Becoming Apprehensive on the Subject of Urau-ltemN From All Around. A carload of goats was shipped into Montesano from Portland the other day, and the animals will be put on a ranch near here to help clear off the land. A South Rend business house is getting ready to ship 0000 gallons of fresh Wash ington oysters to Klondike. They will pack thein in five-gallon cans and freeze them solid. The oysters will come from Willapa harbor, Oyster bay and Samish. Public improvements now proposed in Seattle, exclusive of the construction of the Cedar river water system, aggregate in estimated cost almost $200,000. The action of the )>oard of Stevens county commissioners In raising the sa loon license from $300 to $000 is causing coasiderable comment. Columbia river fish buyers have become involved in a rate raising contest as a result of which the sal...

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. — 16 March 1898

)AMS COUNTY NEWS j ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. (JOMPSOX, • • • Editor and Proprietor ription price $1.00 per year; six months, i. No subscription taken for less ban lttas. •lining rate* may be ascertained at tha None but first class advertisements will led. ■iponrienee from neighboring towns will rfully received. Write on both sides of er if you wish and say what you have to our own way. We'll fix it up. ZVILLE, MARCH 16, 1898. PROSPERITY. bear a good deal about whether mtry is really prosperous or not it is whether it will last or not irrent in some quarters that e no such thing as prosperity ;n for political purposes will ip in the face of the evidence itend that it is a delusion, thers whose political whims and ories can better be advanced nhesitatingly declare that the ounty is immensely prosper l not only so, but that their directly responsible for it. t stopping to discuss the gener ition of the country but leav t question with the causes to tical economists and politi ■e come at ...

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. — 16 March 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Buy a Waverly. The weather it> fine. Prize baking powder at Sinclair's. Wheat is 62 cents in Ritzville today. W. W. King was in town Saturday. For fresh groceries go to Shepley & Son. Thomas flurry was in the city Fri day. Dry wood and Roslyn lump coal at Grtene's. t The Geisler brothers wore in town '' Friday. Bert Morris of Willis was in town Saturday. Farmer's House—When in the city give it a call. W. F. Winslow of Paha was up to town Saturday. D. H. Hartson sports a large sized boil on his arm. Have you seen those fancy glass doors at Greene's ? The assessor is through listing property in town. Call and see our new Superior disc drill.—Bauer-Bier 00. James Neilson, the Lind merchant, was in town Thursday. Deputy assesser, D. N. McDonald wo# in town Saturday. John H. Newlin of Lind, was in Ritzville last Thursday. J. A. Willis, county commissioner, was in the city Saturday. Auditor Lewis has buil...

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. — 16 March 1898

HHEEJIBf ENAMELED PHOTO n nr buttons Exact Size Made to order, trom any kind of photograph. Fasten* like a brooch; an artistic elegant present ; a l>eautiful souvenir; useful. durable, inexpensive. Send any size or kind of : photo with name or address plainly written on back, which,will be returned j to you unharmad or disfigured in any manner. Large si*e, like rut. One for 50cts., Three for WI.OO, including a 14K. rolled 1 gold enameled brooeli. Small slue, One for 'tli eta., Three for AO eta. Hand painted .'ls eta. each extra. Owing to the special low price we are making, to Introduce these goods, we must invariably have Cash With okdkk We solicit correspondence. Send stamp for highly illustrated cata logue a work of art. Salesladies and Salesmen wanted, $15.00 per week and expenses. No ex perience necessary. oi'K GI'ARANTKK: If goods are not satisfactory, money will l»e re funded, or ikw photo furnished. Estimates furnished from one dozen to one million. L. P. DAVIS CO., Dept....

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. — 23 March 1898

VOL. I. NEWS THROUGH I WEEK NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. Item* of Information leathered I'roui a Wide Area—Political Happen* lair« and Induntrlal \ote»—Crimen aud Accident*. Minister for the Colonies Lebon at Paris has refused the petition of Mme. Dreyfus, wife of former Captain Dreyfus, to share the latter's imprisonment on Devil's isl and. There was great excitement at Yildi/ Ihe other evening owing to an outbreak among the Albanian and Turkish troops in the barracks. Many arre*t* were made. The German flag has been hauled down at Canea, Isle of Crete, and the Germau marines who have been on duty ashore embarked on board the German battleship Oldcnberg. A special dispatch from Kiel says Japan has puretained the torpedo corvette which was being built there by the Krupps for Brazil. A telegram received at Alameda, C'al., states that Dr. Guiro F. Vorbecue. a pi oneer missionary, who liad labored in Ja pan .18 years, died at Tokio lost week. Ofliuers have been named for the regi ment of p...

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. — 23 March 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS IffICED EVERY WEDNESDAY. i. THOMPSON, . . . Editor and Prodrietor abscription price |1.00 per year; nix months, rnts. No subscription taken for less linn months. dvertising rates may be ascertained at the :e. None but first class advertisements will nserteil. irrespondeucc from neighboring towns will cheerfully received. Write on lioth sides of paper if you wish and say what yotl have to in your own way. We'll fix it up. TERED AT THE POSTOFKICE AT RIT7.- -LK AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. tITZVILLE, MARCH '23, 1898. 'ATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. Clsewhere in this issue we publish ?stimonial over the signature of le of the best cooks and judges of ad in this or any other town. Now he statement they make, which no will doubt, is true, the Ritzville Is are turning out first class flour his time. Mr. Zinter, the present ler, at whose suggestion the flour tried by those ladies, is emphatic leclaring that as long as he is in rge of the mill the grade of flour lie as good as at ...

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. — 23 March 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Prize baking |>owder at Sinclair's. Eggs taken in trade at Mrs. Hallin's Wheat is 62 cents in Ritzville today. J O. Couch was in the city on Mon day. For fresh groceries go to Shepley & Son. David Zent is training his new bike today. O. R. Holcomb went to Spokane Friday. Dry wood and Roslyn lump coal at Greene's. One fight and one runaway in town Saturday. Louis Pittman came down Sunday from Tyler. Wm. Skillman was down from Spo kane Sunday. Farmer's House—When in the city give it a call. Have you seen those fancy glass doors at Greene's ? Did you notice that the weather was cool Monday? We noticed W. F. Newland of Lind in town Monday. Jamos Harding of Bemis drove in from his ranch Monday. A. Holinquist of Crab creek was in from the ranch Thursday. Goods sold at a discount for the next ten days at Mrs. Hallins. Judge W. W. Neare of Lind was a register at the Pacific Tuesday. Dr. C. E. Hershberger we...

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. — 23 March 1898

Exact Size. Made to order, from any kind of photograph. Fastens like a brooch; an artistic elegant present; a beautiful souvenir; useful, durable, inexpensive. Send any size or kind of photo with name or address plainly written on back, which will be returned to you unharmad or disfigured In any manner. Large nine, like rut. One for 50cta. f Three for SI.OO, including n 14K. rolled gold enameled brooch. Small alxe. One for ct*., Three for 50 cts. Hand painted 35 eta. each extra. Owing to he special low price we are making, to introduce these goods, we must invariably have Cash With Okdkr We solicit correspondence. Send stamp for highly illustrated cata logue a work of art. Salesladies and Salesmen wanted, |1. you per week aud expenses. No ex perience necessary. OUR GI'AIIAN'TKK: If goods are not satisfactory, money will be re funded, or new photo furnished. Estimates furnished from one dozen to one million. L. P. DAVIS CO., Dept. E, Chicago., Illinois. HOUSE BURNED IN BUTTE twenty m...

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. — 30 March 1898

VOL. I. news or he ml WASHINGTON, MONTANA,IDAHO RvnporH(liiff Clam* lor the Klondike Trade—New Itnllrond From Port land to Seattle—Sending Montana Homed North to Kdmonton—Sheep In Southern Idaho. A Port Angeles company is evaporating clam* for the Alaskan trade. All the Whatcom county logging camps are running full blast. '« Treasurer Bartholet of Yakima county states that about 90 per eent of the 1897 personal tax has already been collected. There are many new families entering the Wenatchee valley to settle this spring, and much new ground is being cultivated and planted to orchards. Notice is given that state warrants Nos. 21.150 to 22,170, inclusive, on the general fund, and Nos. 2150 to 2225, inclusive, on the military fund, will be paid on presen tation and will not draw interest after April 7. The Northern Pacific railroad has in creased the working hours of all employees at the shops in Tacoma from eight to ten hours per day, with proportionate increase iu wages. Spring work...

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. — 30 March 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, j. A. THOMPSON, . . . Editor and Proprietor Subscription price $1.00 per year; six months, 75 cents. No subscription taken for less han ,*ix months. Advertising rates may be ascertained at the office. None but first class advertisements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received- Write on both sides of -the paper if you wish and say what you have to j»ay in your own way. We'll tlx it up. ENTERED AT THE POBTOFFICE AT RITZ VILLE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. RITZVILLE, MARCH 30, 1898. REPORT ON MAINE DISASTER. The report of the court of inquiry appointed to investigate the wrecking of the battleship Maine was read to the congress of the United States last Monday, anu on the same day the ac companying message of President McKinley. The report confirmed what most everybody in America has sus pected all along; that is, that the ill fated vessel was sent to the bottom, and the majority of her crew to their d...

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. — 30 March 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Buy a Waverly. John Veum was in town Saturday. Dry wood and Roslyn lump coal at Greene's. Buy your farm bell of Bauer-Bier Company. Read the ad of the Modern millinery parlors this week. W. C. Reeder and wife were up from Bemis on Saturday last. O. R. Holcomb went to the state capital Monday evening. J. F. Griffith, postmaster at Griffith, was in our city Saturday. Attorney D. H. Hartson has been in Spokane since Saturday. F. Sclieel transacted business with Ritzville merchants Saturday. T. W. Hauschild left on the Tuesday evening train for Walla Walla. E. H. Herring of Bemis took out a load of fence posts Saturday evening. Buy a can of Beacon baking powder and get a handsome glass set.—C. Sin clair. There is no better plow made than the Canton Clipper.—Bauer-Bier Co., Agents. Remember the date of the Epworth League entertainment Friday evening April 15. The Bauer-Bier company have just received a carload ...

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. — 30 March 1898

ONB ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 5C cent bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FPAIiCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kr. NEW YORK, N.Y. ALL AROUND MARKET REPORT. Wheat Quotation**. Woo! Flvnrea i*nil the Price of Produce. Following are...

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. — 6 April 1898

VOL. I. MIS OF IKE 111! SILVER BOWS IMMENSE OUTPUT Discovery In OrcvoM of Rich Gold Rearing Uunrix ou a Limestone Hud Porphyry Contact—Old Idaho Camp- I.atest Stampede From Dowhod. As showing the enormous amount of wealth produced in Silver How county, Montana, some figures prepared by Eu gene B. Braden, in charge of the United States assay oflice in Helena, are of the greatest moment. Mr. Braden lias placed the entire output of Silver Bow county from 1882 to 1807, inclusive, at the enor mous figure for gold, silver and copper at $383,080,777.07. The total of 530,288,104 fine ounces of gold was valued at $11,148,- 075.74. The product of silver, 113,005.001 ounces would be worth at coinage rate, $146,883,234. Mr. Braden has estimated the value of the copper output by com puting copper at 12 cents a pound. As a matter of fact the estimate IS probably an exceedingly conservative one, the average price of that commodity having been during the years 1882 until 1897, inclu sive, 13.470 ce...

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. — 6 April 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. j. A.THOMPSON, . . . Editor ani> Proprietor Subscription price $1.00 per year; six months, 75Vents. No subscription taken for less han six months. Advertising rates may be ascertained at the office. None but first class advertisements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the paj>er if you wish and say what you have to say in your own way. We'll fix it up. Entered at the Postofflce at Ritr.ville, Adams County, Wash., hsSecond Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, APRIL 6, 1898. THE WAR SITUATION. The latest war news that is reliable is to the effect that Spain is doing a lot of bluffing and thereby gaining time in the hope that something will turn up so that she will not have to back up the bluff. In the meantime the Spanish army is killing off as many Cubans as they possibly can without danger to themselves. Presi dent McKinley is studying hard how he can best manage to sta...

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. — 6 April 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Buy a Waverly. Next Sunday is Easter. Clark Long was in town Monday. Bargains in hats at Mrs. Hallin's. Wheat is 65 cents in Ritzville today. M. W. Starr was in town Saturday. W. S. Egbers was in the city Mon day. Ed Bimford was up from Fletcher Saturday. Commissioner's court is in session this week. Buy your (arm bell of Bauer-Bier Company. Farmer's House—When in the city give it a call. W. H. Watkins of Fletcher was here Saturday. Uncle John Bigg of Fletcher was in town Saturday. W. W. Zent was appointed a notary public last week. Byron Sutton of Fletcher was in the city Saturday. Have you seen those fancy glass doors at Greene's 1 S. L. Thomas of Hatton was in our city on Saturday last. The L. O. T. M. held a special meet ing on Monday night. Prof. M. F. Jones of Spokane was in Ritzville last Thursday. D. Buchanan was buying farming machinery here Saturday. Read the new ad of the Adams County bank in th...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 6 April 1898

NERVOUS PROSTRATION. 44 Will you kindly allow me," writes Bliss Mary E. SAiDT,of Jobstown, N. J., to Mrs. Pinkham, •• the pleasure of ex pressing my gratitude for tlie wonder ful relief I have experienced by taking your Compound? I suffered for a long time with nervous prostration and gen trial. I took two bottles and was cured. I cau cheerfully state, if more ladies would only give your medicine a fair trial they would bless the day they saw the advert isement, and there would be happier homes. I mean to do all I can for you in the future. I have you alone to thank for my recov ery, for which I am very grateful." APPEAL TO QUEEN VICTORIA, Queen K«*u*< k nt of Spain Said to Be lii'KHlnt; for Medtutton. * lioiulon, April 3.—The queeu regent of Spain has sent an autograph letter to the queen of England, the New York World correspondent learns from a high source, imploring help. Queen Maria Christina begs Queen Victoria to use her influence to prevail upon the British government to ...

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