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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 7 November 1906

WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS W. C. Moore of Willis was in this city Wednesday. James Wilaon of Lind was in this city Wednesday. W. R. Cunningham, Sr., is confined to his bed this week. If you want good goods don't Bend •way for them, but buy at home. John Wellaandt and daughter left Tuesday for an extended trip east. J. M. Batten of Hatton was in this city today in attendance at the court house. Mrs. J. M. Comparet entertained a few of her friends to a game dinner Tuesday. J. G. Steffer, editor of the Washing ton Herold, is a business visitor in Spokane. W. J. Bennington was a Spokane visitor Saturday. Business called him to that city. I. Myers left the first of the week for Spokane. He expects to be ab sent about a week. Mrs. A. T. Kendricks is spending this week in Spokane, her former home. She left Wednesday. A. J. Coss left Wednesday tor the southern part of Oregon, where he is interested in some mining property. We are in position to meet every reasonable call within the line of bank in...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 7 November 1906

WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS ft •• Married at the M. E. parsonage by the Rev. B. E. Koontz, Monday, Nov. sth, Andrew Tulford to Miss Nora E. ■ Davenport, both of Sprague. * Jasper W. Miller and Miss Paulina Triedwasser. of this city, were married at the Hotel Ritzville today, Wednes • day, by the Rev. B. E. Kocmtz W. 0. Lewis, Ray Ginzkey and wife, who have been at Soldier, Idaho, for . the past week returned home Tuesday J well pleased with that part of the country. J : ' Rev. W. H. Harris, of the Christian church, left this city Wednesday for his old home at Princeton, Idaho, where 1 he will visit with former friends for a : short time. Jacob Bastrom and wife, Henry and Fred Koch left Wednesday for McCook, Neb., where they will visit relatives and friends. They expect to be absent about six months. I write fire insurance in the best com panies in the U. S. List your farm with me. Money loaned on farm land. Prove up before me. Terms reasonable. J. L. Cross, Ritzville. Mrs. R. A. Chittenden ...

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

LABOR IS IN DEMAND IT IS SAID THE RAILROADS NEED 50,000 MEN. Scarcity of Men Delaying Work on All V.'ettern Li net—Pay Reaches $2.50 a Day—Demand for Workmen Felt All Over the Country, but West Suf fer* Most. From Chicago comes this report: In ability to find laborers is hampering the railroads all over the west in car rying out contemplated improvements. At least 50,000 men are wanted, rail road managers say, with practically none on the market. Roads are will ing to pay as high as $2.50 a day. The Weßtern Pacific needs 8000 men; the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, 60u0 to 7000 men for Its extension to the coast; the Southern Pacific, 6000 for its extension northward through Cali fornia to Portland; the Chicago & , Nortnwestern, 4000 to uOOO men, and the North Coast line a large force for Its road from Walla Walla to Seattle. In addition to new construction, nearly every western road is double tracking and building cutoffs and ma king similar improvements. The Northern Pacif...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 7 November 1906

CORRESPONDENCE. Cunningham. The Inland Trading Company have finished their new room and are now filling it with up-to-date furniture. This firm has been a very valuable addition to our town. The farmers and business men have about all of them become regular "Holy Rollers;" they roll coal here day and night. Mr. Damon, an uncle -of Fred Damon, ts here from Ohio on a visit. It has been two years since he was here and Mys he can notice a good deal of im provement. Two years more will see much more advancement. Will Estep is getting over his fever so that he can be out once more. He had a hard seige of it. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Edge comb on Tuesday evening, a fine baby girl. All doing well. Revival meetings are now in pro gress at the Christian church. Rev. Lemmon is conducting them. A splendid rain has been falling dur ing the past thirty-six hours. It has settled the soil in fine shape. Election day has come and passed. Our predictions did not quite realize, but we are thankful ...

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. — 14 November 1906

VOLUME 9. RANCHES TOR SALE I have listed the following Bar gains, which it will pay any one to investigate who desires to buy a ranch for cultivation or investment: A fine ranch of 800 acres, 6 miles southeast of Ritzville; 500 acres under cultivation and 300 acres fine pasture land. Splendid improvements; good orchard. $18 per acre; easy terms. With this land goes a long lease of 680 acres, of which 580 acres is under cultivation. 640 acres, all fine wheat land. All under cultivation; 160 acres ready for spring seeding. Only 5 miles from good market. $22 per acre; easy terms. This is certainly a snap. Here is another: 1480 acres, of which 1100 is under cultivation. The balance is fine grazing land. Good spring water, well and windmill; small house and barn; close to market. $14 per acre; easy terms. This is a good buy. Call at my office in the old Times Building and look into these Bargains. If you can't call, write. F. C. HENNEBERO RITZVII.UK. WASH. gy /V || p ; I A LMOST any corn...

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. — 14 November 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLDi SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* In Both Eaetern and Western Hemiephcrea During the Paet Week—National, Hiatorical, Political and Peraonal Event*. In a rear end collision between a Salt Lake freight and Santa Fe freight, two miles south of Vlctorvllle, Col., L. B. Gou.a of Vanwert, lowa, a brake man ob tue santa Fe, was killed. William Thaw, the young million aire, nephew of Harry Thaw, who awaits trial for killing Stanford White, will soon appear before a sheriff's grand jury to defend himself against tue charge made by his mother that he is a habitual drunkard. It was reported on reliable authority that the Mexican Central railroad has been purchased by the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific and is now a part of the Rock Island system. The official election returns as the) come in cut down Governor Hoch's plurality in Kansas, but there is scarcely a possibility now that they will bring his plurality oelow 2000. Two masked men,...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 14 November 1906

TOPICS OF THE TIKES. A CHOICE SfcLICTION Of INTM. EBTINQ ITEMS. Oaauaeate and CriHrlin Baas* Dua the laifMiait ■' the Bsi HaMrt aal aai Mm Metes. True aa ateel. Not so. It's prov ing a home wrecker. ■till, so long aa Harry Lebr remains among the elect, all la not leat Where did he get It? The question nay be omitted In the caae of Marahall Field. It must be remembered that In the matter of closing doors China la not setting a faahlon. Every paasholder can see good rea eona why the railways should make an exception In hla case. Russia would be happy If she could prove that money waa tbe least of her losses In the war with Japan. Ecuador rebels are reported to hare won, but the world, generally I* In Ignorance aa to what was In tbe pot Richard Uanafield says all the world's a stage and every man's an actor. The critics have doubts about some. Did It ever occur to you that you are Just as much entitled to guess what Is going on In Mars as the as tronomers? It is sometimes difficult to ...

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. — 14 November 1906

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Subscription price,9l.so per year; nimonin*, 11.00. No aubacrlptlon taken for let* than alz month* Bntered at the Postcffice at Rltsvllle, Adam* County, Washington, for tranamlulon through the United States Mails as Second Class mall matter PUBLISHED WBKKI.Y BY JOUKNAL-HEROLD PUBLISHING CO. (Inc.) J. M. Bennington, - - Editor A. G. Hinckley, Business Manager WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1906. The editor of this paper ia under ob ligations to the local "Tammany" or ganizßtion for a series of photo-cards bearing the pictures and business of members of that badly-shattered con glomeration. Thanks, boys. After Election Conditions. The results of the recent general election amply demonstrate that the people of this city are fully able, if they will but make the effort, to put into the field and triumphantly elect a ticket of sound business men who are competent to, and will, give to this city a clean, economical administration. The time has passe...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 14 November 1906

WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS Don't fail to see Rosenoff's line of post cards. The club will give a dance in Tinnel's hall Friday night. E. A. Roberts of Prosser, was a Ritz ville visitor Friday. Frank York of Spokane, was a Ritz ville caller Tuesday. B. N. Pearce is employed in the store o} R. A. Chittedden. Wm. Glover of Washtucna, was a Monday caller in this city. T. Heinemann of Hatton, was among those in this city Saturday. Just ninety-two teachers are attend ing the institute this week. Wesley Bovee, who has been to Idaho, returned home Monday. Lee Colwell and Harry McFarlan left last week for Soap lake, Wash. Fred Hoeful, a rancher near Willis, is quite sick with typhoid fever. Chas. M. Bard of Eltopia was in the city the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Christensen were over Sunday visitors in Spokane. P. N. Clark of the Farmers' Bank of Hatton, is in the city on business. Chas. M. Bard of Eltopia, was in this city the latter part of last week. H. A. York has accepted a pos...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 14 November 1906

For Ringing Hoga. A ringing trap for hogs is a necessity >n many farms, and the accompanying >ketch shows a good form. The frame )f trap is two Inch by four inch pieces, D. D. and D., lapped and bolted at corners as shown, and a tight, smooth floor. Also side and top boards are solidly nailed to inner edge of the frame, as shown, making a strong crate from which boards cannot be crowded off. Rear end is fitted with slide door to raise up as Indicated by dotted line V. Front end has a door, AA, made of two thick, strong boards on inside cross cleats at top and bottom. A, A, is joined at bottom by two strong hiuges to frame D, and held up when In use by the Iron clamp F, being plac ed down over top of door and frame, D. Door has a central opening B, be low which are several bolt holes, for fastening an Iron lever, C. The top of door also has wide cleat, E, bolted at one end with blocks behind to hold It out from door, so the other end will form a guide for lever C, which, when p...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 14 November 1906

Th'e Kidneys When they nre weak, torpid, or stagnant. tl:e whole system suffers. Don't neglect them at this time, but heed the warning of the aching back, the bloated face, the sallow complexion, the urinary disorder, and begin treatment at once with Hood's Sarsaparilla which contains the best and safest curative substances. In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1. W. L. DOUGLAS •3.50&'3.00 Shoe* BUT IN THB WORLD W.LOouglu $4 Gilt Edga Mimotbteqaltodiliiifprlm /£ lfv I HOES FOB BVXBYBOOT AT ALL fBBB KIUM' * Children's Shoes. $9.06 to fi.OO. Try W. L. Douglas Women's. Misses and shoes; for style, fit and wear F they ezeel other makes. II I could take you Into my large factories at Brockton, Mass..and show you how carefully W.L. Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit beUer, wear longer, and are of greater value than any other make. Wh*r*vcr yon live, you era obtain W. L.! Dm clu .hoe*. HI. nam. and pr...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 14 November 1906

Washington Chat. (By our special correspondent) Washington, D. C. Nov. 12.—Now that elections are over, members of Congress will soon be turning their steps toward the Capital City to begin the closing season of the 59th Congress. Coming with them will be the vast throng of people from all parts of the country who make it a practice to take up a residence in Washington during the Congressional season, some to transact business with one or the other of the legislative bodieß, others to re side at the seat of government just to participate in the social excitement. For these reasons the hotel men, board ing house proprietors, real estate deal ers and shop keepers are wearing the smile that won't come off, in anticipa tion of the harvest that is to be. All lines of business expect a prosperous period and judging from the numerous hotel bookings already made, the late comers will be obliged to take about anything that is left in the line of ac comodations. Senators and representatives u...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 21 November 1906

VOLUME 9. 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. WM. F. ARMANN Gradual* of Vn UMttnlly of l«1l> mi HtMHktri Specialist on Diseases of Women and Children. Office: Rooms 7 and 8, Ott's Building. Phone Main 586. J. O. GLENN, D. 0. 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. DR. PASCAL W. YEARSLEY Dentist Room 3, Pioneer State Bank Building RITZVILLE, WASH. Gas Vapor Administered Graduate of Medo-Chirrurgical College, Philadelphia, Pa. Crown and bridge work. Filling, extracting and p...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 21 November 1906

RMEDROWNED 0 STEAMERS IN COLLISION ON PUGET SOUND. im«r Jeannie Strike* the Steamer Ix and Latter Dleappeara—Cauie Accident was a Mleunderetanding ' Signals—Water Wat Smooth at illpond—Jeannie Wa* Not Injured. eattle, Wash., Nov. 20.—1n a collls between the steamship Jeannie, ba sing to the ...aska Coast company, itain P. H. Mason, and the Puget nd steamer Dix, belonging to the i Point Transportation company, 41 pie were drowned Sunday night, ire were 79 pasengers on board, he cause of the accident was a mis lerstanding of signals. The Jeannie nek the Dix on her starboard side t abaft midships, and keeled her sr. She filled with water, then right and went down stern first, sinking hin five minutes of the time of thi .ision. The Dix was on ner way to rt Biakeley from Seattle, and the innie was going from Smith Cove tc coma to unload ore for the smelter. Jst of missing: \lbert McDury, lumber surveyor. Pigott, flier. C. Boyer, manager of the store. W. Boyer, his brother, employed in &g...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 21 November 1906

Corn Root Louse. Time, spent in killing Insect pests roust usually be set down as so much time lost from tbe constructive work of Improving the tilth of tho soil, and attending to the other needs of tbe crops. Occasionally, however, an Im proved system of cultivation gets rid of our insect enemies at the same time. This is conspicuously the case In the method recently proposed by Prof. Forbes, of Illinois, for destroying the corn root louse. The pest works havoc to both sweet and field corn. The small brown ant attends the louse and Is responsible for carrying It about the field. Pro fessor Forbes found thnt by using n disk barrow one to three times early In the spring, before the corn Is plant ed, from 80 to !)5 per cent of the ants and corn root lice are destroyed, and no further treatment Is required dur ing the season. The peculiar virtues of this remedy are that It is simple, effective and good for the corn, since the soil is thereby put In a better state of cultivation. Safe C...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 21 November 1906

f ASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL I AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS fhbecrtption price, 91 .fiu per year: mmonioß, (J 11.00. No anbacrlptlon taken for lew than six month*. ntered at the Poatctßce at RIUTIUe, Adami County. Washington, for transmission through the United States Mails as Second Claaa mail matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ixOURKAL-HEROLD PUBLISHING CO. (Inc.) .. M. Bennington, - - Editor ■ i. G. Hinckley, Business Manager 'Wednesday, November 21,1906. e£ After a long contest with vested in terests, the mayor of Cleveland has es . ablished a line of street railway on the ' hree-cent fair basis. The inauguration ,t! »f the new line brought out a throng of ni )eople who wanted the experience of a ' .hree-cent fare, and desired to give Ptheir approval to the enterprise. iiMayor Johnson acted as motorman for "tthe first car sent over the line. The 'inauguration of this line will encourage 11 "agitators for cheaper fare in other 1 cities to continue the agitation until the !r three-cent rate will b...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 21 November 1906

Buy Now And Save WOODIN Bros. Co. "THE FAIR" are holding a terrific Cut y Price Sale! It commenced on Tuesday, Nov. 20, and continues all of the following days: Wednesday, Nov. 21st Thursday, Nov 22d Friday, Nov. 23d Saturday, Nov. 24th Monday, Nov. 26th Tuesday. Nov. 27th Wednesday, Nov. 28th Thursday, Nov. 29th Friday, Nov. 30th Ten Days of Price Cutting in the Fol lowing Departments Cloaks, Suits, and Skirts Underwear, Hosiery, and Piece Goods, Mens Overcoats Special Lot Suits Sample Shoes Over 300 Pair Come in the morn ing if you can, you have more time, but if you can't come in the morning come anytime, we will be glad to see you and do our best to serve you promptly. Get in line for Bargains AT • • • 4 X X • • • Woodin Bros. Co. "The Fair" HTZVIUf. WASHINGTON WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS 1 ! Mrs. T. J. Hallin is quite sich with ! pneumonia. J. H. Tate is about to open a restau rant at Kalotus. D. E. Zent is in Walla Walla this ( week on business. Day Imus was in this city from Lind Tue...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 21 November 1906

[§AN D«?M!NGQ« «/" Unrest The Island of Snn Domingo Is, neit to Cuba, tlie largest of the Autllles. its urea being approximately equal to t.iat of the State of Pennsylvania. The Island Is a tropical Switzerland, cut by half a dozen Interesting mountain ranges, whose peaks reach 10.00U feet. It Is the loveliest land Iji the world. Those whose idea of the possibility of natural beauty Is founded on knowl edge of the Bay of Naples, the (lords of Norway or the soft Itallau lakes, would revise all their notions after a view of the Gulf of Oonave from the Sierra de la Lelle, or of the Vega Real (the Royal Plain of Columbua), from the Clhao. Nowhere else has uature contrived such Jubilant and glorious panoramas or spread such magic color. The Island is a paradise. Columbus esteemed It above all lands he had seen in all his Journeylngs; founded his own city upon It, built hla own home there, named It after his father, and desired his bonei to rest there— as indeed they undoubtedly do to thi...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 21 November 1906

Hood's Sarsaparilla Has surpassed all other medicines, in merit, sales and cures. Its success, ereat as it has been, has ap parently only just begun. It has received by actual count more than 40,000 testimonials in two years. It purifies the blood, cures all blood dis eases, all humors and all eruptions. It strengthens the stomach, creates an appetite and builds np the whole system. It cures that tired feeling and makes the weak strong. In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses 9L Dancing Instructions A simple, yet HUH thorough course MUW of written in / struct ion 8 (hook / / fIIH let form) on the / / \t\ W correct dum injt / I vfi wa^tz a,! " / / ri j fmm two-step; every I 'i 111 MHi movement illus l/I It IMm trate'd and ex - P r : pp 0O In ordering, state whether a ilvCf for lady or gontle nan. Published by Ne<>lian Academy oi Dancing, Spokane, Wash. Reference: L. <». Monroe, -ecretary of Spo kane chamber oi Commerce. IDAHO NEW 3. Never ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 21 November 1906

CORRESPONDENCE. Cunningham. D. W. Zent of Lind was] doing busi ness here last week. Messrs. F. N. Clark and Harry Sher man were business visitors Wednesday • of last week. J. R. Eller and family left for Kan sas last Wednesday, where they will reside in the future. Grant Price has contracted to build a barn for John Rautes, a new-comer, who is located on the edge of Douglas county. T. S. Breeze had a lively runaway in town Tuesday of last week. The team stopped on the sidewalk in front of a saloon after wrecking the awning. Mr. Nelson, who has a claim in town ship 15, range 28, on the top of Saddle mountains, was taking material out Monday to erect a permanent abiding place. B. W. Parker took in the G. W. Bennett sale in Leone Valley on Tues day of last week. He reports good fair prices. It seems to us unfair when chickens bring $7.50 per dozen. This has been a pretty wet week. It has beea raining a little every day for the past five days and the fields are taking on their coat of g...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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