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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 3 May 1899

VOL. 11. OILSON ft THOMPSON, Publishers and Proprietors. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. President William McKlnley UNITED STATES SENATORS. Addison O. Foster Tacoma George Turner Spokane REPRESENTATIVES. Wesley I*. Jones North Yakima F. W. Cushman Tacoma STATE. Governor ...John R. Rogers Lieut.-Governor Thurston Daniels Secretary of state Will D. Jenkins State Auditor N £ a V, C w^,,!U Attorney General P. H - w ' n *"° Treasurer C. W. Young Sup't Public Instruction....P. J. Browne Commls'ner Public Lands. .Robert Brides State Printer Gwin Hicks Surveyor General Wm. P. Watson U. S. Marshal Clarence Ide U. B. District Attorney W i, R ,_? a £ State Librarian Herbert Basntord Warden State Penitentiary —J. B. Catron insane Asylum. Medical BUP .'. t .. I . n ". n ' . yl . Um .'. • Bte " D? m Q<iddard Fish Commissioner A. C- Little Pilot Commissioners N. C. Kofoed C. F. Smith J. J. Brumbach JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice R- O. Dunbar Associate Judges J. B. Reavls M A. Fullerton M. J. Go...

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. — 3 May 1899

iPAMS COUNTY NEWS I USEIO EVERY WEDNESDAY. ntered At the Postofflce at Ritzville. Adjins mty. Wash., as Second Class mail mutter. J4R DtWtTT GiISON. - EdilOT ORd llOim RAY THOMPSON Foreman .inscription price fIJU per year; six months, to. No Kubseriptiou taken for less than six >»ths. dvertising lates mav be ascertained at the ce. None but frst class advertisements will | inserted. orrespondenec from neighboring towns will ] cheerfully received. Write on both sides of i paper if you wish ami say what you have to in your ownrway. WVlHix it Up. LABOR OMNIA VINCIT. RITZVILLE, MAY 3, 1899. IT is to be , # „tbat S.h or iff ung lacked the judgnient'and sand 3 his position, to have prevented • loss of life and a quarter million : l us worth of property at Wardiier, »ho, last Saturday. There are n anibititifas fo occupy such a trust » would long for the opportunity ieh came to Sheriff Young on that morable day. No leader of a mob r becomes so excited as to' crowd official with a Winchest...

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. — 3 May 1899

TOWN AND COUNTY. Masonic Grand Lecture. —Bro. Joseph Marion Taylor, I'. G. M. of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Washington and now Grand Lecturer, arrived in Ritzrille Wednesday morning and addressed the members of the local lodge No. 101 in the afternoon and evening. Mr. Taylor has followed edu cational lines for many years, was for merly at the head of the Seattle Uni versity and has been the_ principal in a number of the largest institutes of learning in Oregon and Washington. The gentleman is a ready, interesting and intelligent speaker and a most exemplary man. The communications were well attended and much enjoyed ■—by the craft of Freemasonry which is the oldest institution or. earth, noth ing ante-dates it. Children's school hats of all kiiuis at Mr?. Hallin's mrtliuery store on Main street. Going to Canada.—Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. McLaurin, residents of Adams county since May 2, 1880, will leave for the Albirta country in Can ada, via Seattle, in a few days, where they will make...

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. — 3 May 1899

i "Spring Unlocks The Flowers To 'Paint the Laughing Sod." i And not even Nature would ; allow the flowers to grow and blossom to perfection i without good soil. Now Nature and people are much alike: the former must have sunshine, latter must have pure blood in order to have perfect health. . Hood's Sarsaparilla cures blood troitbles of all ports. It is to the human system ' what sunshine is to nature—the destroyer of disease germs. It never disappoints. Poor Blood—"The doctor said there were not seven drops of good blood in my body. Hood's Sarsaparilla built me up • and*made me strong and well."—Susie li*. Brown, 16 Astor llill, Lynn, Mass. Dyspepsia, etc.—"A complication of troubles, dyspepsia, chronic eatarrh and inflammation of the stomach, rheumatism, etc., made me miserable. Had no appetite until I took Hood's Sarsaparilla, which acted like magic. I am thoroughly cured." • —N. B. Seeluy, 1874 W. 14th Ave.*, Denver, Colo.- Rhflumatlsm-" My husband was obliged to give up work on...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 10 May 1899

VOL. 11. aiLSON & THOMPSON, Publlchers and Proprietors. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. President William McKlnley UNITED STATES SENATORS. AddUon Q. Foster .Tacoma Oeorge Turner Spokane REPRESENTATIVES. Wealey L Jones North Yakima T. W. Cushman Tacoma STATE. Governor John R. Rogers Lieut.'Governor Thurston Danie.i Secretary of state Will D._ Jenkins State Auditor S u wu.?™ Attorney General P- H. Winston Treasurer C. W. Young Bup't Public Instruction—F. J. Browne j Commie'ner Public Lands..Robert Brides ftta.ta Printer Gwln Hicks Surveyor General Wm. P. Wat s 9° U. 8. Marshal Clarence Ids U. B. District Attorney........ •W. R. Gay State Librarian Herbert Bashford Warden State Penitentiary... J. B. Catron Sup't Insane Asylum, Medical Lake Dr. W. Lockhart •up't Insane Asylum. Steilacom.... Dr. Goddard Fish Commissioner A. C. Little Pilot Commissioners N. C. Kofoed C. F. Smith , jubGES n OF C THE SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice R- O. Dunbar Associate Judges J. B. Reavls M. A. Fullerton M. J. Gordo...

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. — 10 May 1899

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS IMCTSD EVERY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the Post Office at Ritzville. Adams •unty. Wash., as Second Class innil matter. mmGiLSON, • [flitor onfllam. RAY THOMPSON I'OKEMAN Subscription price $1..j0 per year: six months, .00. No Kubscription taken for less than six »on tils-. Advertising lates maybe aseertHined at the Bee. None but f rst class advertisements will • inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will ! cheerfully received. Write on both sides of e paper if you wish and say what you have to yin your own way. We'll fix it up. LABOR OMNIA VINCIT. RITZVILLE, M \Y 10 ? 1899. Bravery haw been described as the tan who will stand within twenty et of anything a woman throws at. A man can usually take his choice, it his choice is sometimes limited to vo barrels of a shotgun.—Galveston ews. Some of the anti-expansion advo ites are just beginning to discover nit they are on the wrong track to lin public favor. North Dakota now requires a resi ance of one year of the ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 10 May 1899

TOWN AND COUNTY. Will Picnic.—The M, E. church people of Ritzville, Wash., will have their annual Sunday school picnic on Saturday, May the 20th, 1899, at Dry Lake park, one mile southwest of yfown. All children, their parents, and others who attend the Sabbath school are invited and expected to be present including our local newspaper and photograph representatives. A pleas ant time for all who attend is assured. Plenty of well-filled lunch baskets will be one of the most important and sat isfying features of the occasion. Buy the Reil Ribbon eanned vegetables and Blue Ribbon eauned fruits sold at Davcnny Bros. List of Petit Jurors.—Following is list of the eighteen petit jurors drawn by the sheriff, auditor and clerk for the regular session of Super ior court convening on Tuesday, May 23, 1899, at 9a.m, at Ritzville: H. Crampton, Boyd Graves, G.C. Stafford, Louis Walton, August Krouse, C. F. Rogers, Wm. Teske,'AndreM Sinclair, M. W. Starr, J. H. Bowers, O. R. Haiglit, W. R. Peteis...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 10 May 1899

REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMITTEE: TV. K. Kennedy. Chairman RitzviUe W. W. Zent, Secretary RitzviUe RitzviUe Precinct No. 1 — Lafayette Root Ritzville Precinct No. 2 J. E. Prouty German Precinct H. W Saunders John .Kanzler Und Precinct J. J. Merriman Hatton Precinct S. L. Thomaj; McQueen Precinct Robert Bills Fletcher Precinct..G. Leonard, Sam Glenn E. D. GILSON, H [st mt. Collections and Conveyancing. Abstracter and Notary Public. General Land Agency. Fire Insurance written in the beat com panies in the world. Office in Adams County Bank Build ing, RITZVILLE, WASHINGTON. Put Your Money in a Home... It's the best savings bank on the earth. The cashier will never run off with it—it will never "go out of business." You've got it right under your thumb—no one can take it away from you. There it is—a shelter in the time of storm. You'll have a place to sleep if you don't have any thing to eat—and surely that's better than having no place to sleep and nothing to eat. It is always something on ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 17 May 1899

VOL. 11. QILSON & THOMPSON, Publishers and Proprietors. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. President William McKlnley UNITED STATES SENATORS. Addison O. Foster .Tacoma George Turner Spokane REPRESENTATIVES. Wesley L. Jones North Yakima F. W. Cushman Tacoma STATE. Governor John R. Rogers 1 Lieut.-Governor Thurston Danle.s Secretary of state Will State Auditor £ w ; Attorney General | Treasurer •••••€»• W. Youns Bud t Public Instruction....F. J. Browne Commis'ner Public Lands..Robert Brides State Printer .Gwtn Hlokß Surveyor General "P;, ?!.» U. B.'Marshal Clarence Id» U. 8. District Attorney W. R. Qay State Librarian Herbert Bashford Warden State Penitentiary... J. B. Catron Hup t Insane Asylum, Medical Lake , Dr. W. Lockhart Sup t insane Asylum, Steilacom.... # Dr. Goddard Fish Commissioner A. C. Little Pilot Commissioners N. C. Kofoed C. F. Smith J iL^bGES m OF C THE SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice R- O. Dunbar Associate Judges J B. Reavis M. A. Fullerton M. J. Gordon -l Thos. J. Anders JOINT SE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 17 May 1899

ADAMS (OI NTY NEWS j r:r> kvj.-iy wei/Mhoay. Entered at the Fn-tottLcc »•.t Ritzville, Adams County, Wash.,»sSe« ond Class mail matter. iDGfIR DEWiiT gilsoh, ■ Editor end Manager. J. BAY THOMPSON KoKEMAN subscription prit-t* $1.50 per year: six months, $1.00. No subscription taken* for less than six months. Advertising iates mavhe ascertained at the office. None but frst class advertisements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheet fully received. \\ rite on both sides of the paper if you wish and s:iy what you have to Bay in your own way. We'll fix it up. LABOR OMXIA VINCIT v RITZVILLE, M\Y 17, 1805). Those who are inclined to think that the treatment of the Coucr d' j Alene miners is a trifle severe should | not forget the history of that region j nor the bloody deeds of which those men confined in the bull pen at Ward ner are either personally guilty or guilty as accomplices and abettors, says the Review. It is a long and law less record that has b...

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. — 17 May 1899

TOWN AND COUNTY. DEATH OF BI3NJ. MARTIN. An Esteem;d Citizen Passes Over The Dark Vailey. By the death of Benjamin Martin, who passed away at the home of his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Greene, corner Tenth and Adams St., Spokane, Wash., on Tuesday morning, May 16, 1899, Adams county loses one of its best known, oldest and highly respected citizens. Mr. Martin had been a sufferer from locomotor ataxia for a year or more, other complica tions accompanying causing some paralysis, which disease was the imme diate cause of his death. The news was unexpected and the announce ment of his death came with over whelming force to the relatives and friends here. The funeral occurs Friday at 2 o'clock from the residence cor. Adams and Tenth, Sts., Spokane, under Ma sonic auspices. Benjamin Martin was born in the state of Michigan in 1868 and at the time of his death was thirty-one years of age. Mr. Martin has continually occupied the trusted position as cashier of the Adams County Bank s...

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. — 17 May 1899

REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMITTEE: W. KL Kennedy. Chairman Ritsvllle W. W. Zent, Secretary Ritzville Ritzville Precinct No. I....Lafayette Root Ritzville Precinct No. 2 J. E. Prouty German Precinct H. W. Saunders John .Kanzler Lind Precinct J. J. Merriman Hatton Precinct S. L. Thomas McQueen Precinct Robert Bills Fletcher Precinct..G. Leonard, Sam Glenn E. D. GILSON, 111 [SllL Ifflllt. Collections and Conveyancing;. Abstracter and Notary Public. General Land Agency. Fire Insurance written in the best com panies in the world. Office In Adams County Bank Build ing, RITZVILLE, WASHINGTON. Put Your Money in a Home... It's the best savings bank on the earth. The cashier will never run off with It—it will never "go out of business." You've got It right under your thumb—no one can take it away from you. There it Is—a shelter In the time of storm. You'll have a place to sleep If you don't have any thing to eat—and surely that's better than having no place to sleep and nothing to eat. It Is always...

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. — 24 May 1899

VOL. 11. QILSON & THOMPSON, Publishers and Proprietors. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. President William McKlnley UNITED STATES SENATORS. Addison G. Foster Tacoma George Turner Spokane REPRESENTATIVES. Wesley L. Jones North Yakima F. W. Cushman Tacoma STATE. Governor John R. Rogers Lieut.-Governor Thurston Danle'.s Secretary of state Will D. Jenkins State Auditor Neal Cheatham Attorney General P. H. Winston Treasurer C. W. Young Sup't Public Instruction —F. J. Browne Commls'ner Public Lands..Robert Brides State Printer Gwln Hicks Surveyor General Wm. P. Watson U. 8. Marshal Clarence Ids U. 8. District Attorney W. R. Gay State Librarian Herbert Bashford Warden State Penitentiary —J. B. Catron Sup't Insane Asylum, Medical Lake Dr. W. Lockhart Sup't Insane Asylum, Stellacom.... Dr. Goddard Fish Commissioner A. C. Little Pilot Commissioners N. C. Kofoed C. F. Smith J. J. Brumbach JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice R. O. Dunbar Associate Judges J. B. Reavis M. A. Fullerton M. J. Gordon ...

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. — 24 May 1899

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ISTRD EVERY WtL'NaWAY. Entered at the I'ostofllce ut Kitxvllle, Adnms Connty, Wash., as Second Class mail matter. EDGAR DEWin GILSON. ■ EdilQT 00(1 MWI J. RAY THOMPSON FOIIRMAN Subscription price $1.50 per year; six mouths, fI.OO. No KubsK-ription token for less than six months. Advertising late* mav be ascertained at the office. None but first class advertisements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both shies of th 3 frnpet If you wish anil say what you have to say in your own way. We'll fix it up- LABOR OMNIA VINCIT. RITZVILLE, MAY 24, 1899. EFFECT OF EXPANMON. As the Phillipine islands are direct ly in the line of our commercial in fluence, the future of that archipelago is of the deepest interest to the people of the northwest. Lying as do these folands, in the trade route of every European country, both from the Indian and the Pacific Ocean, unwill ingness of France and Germany that the United States s...

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. — 24 May 1899

TOWN AND COUNTY. AT REST In Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane, Wash. BENJAMIN MARTIN * BORN. Nov. 15, 1868, at Delafield, Wisconsin. DIED. May 16,1H99, at Spokane, Washington. The largely attended funeral was held in the city of Spokane on Friday, May 19, 1899, and the impressive cere monies were conducted by Spokane Lodge No. 3i, F. and A. M. assisted by the members of Ritzville lodge No. ! 101 of this city of which Mr. Martin was a devoted member. Rev. Geo. H. Newman, pastor of the Congregational chiroh of Ritzville, delivered a touch ing sermon in which he paid a glow ing tribute to the deceased. The re mains were interred in Greenwood cemetery one mile out of the city on a beautiful spot overlooking the out skirts with the lovely river just below, a charming place to sleep eternity away. The floral decorations—beautiful flowers—mementoes suitable for all occasions—the bridal day, the festival, the tomb, were in profusion about the grave and on the handsome steel gray casket. The death...

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. — 24 May 1899

Frtom the Railroad. Washington. May 23.—An opinion was handed down by Justice Peckham in the supreme court in the case of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company vs. James De lacey, involving title to 160 acres of land situated near Tacoma, and also incidental ly to a considerable number of claims on the line of the Northern Pacific. The opinion of the court of appeals for the Ninth circuit was favorable to the settler, but this opinion is reversed by Justice Peckham's opinion, which holds that the land came within the grant to the railroad. The opinion is to the ef fect that "all claimants of pre-emption rights on that part of the land since 1871 lost their rights by the operation of law unless within 30 months after the date prescribed for filing their declaratory no tices they made proper proof and payment for the lands claimed." General Wesley Merritt brought back with him from the Pacific a large par rot which had been the property of a Spanish sailor. The bird speaks .flu ently ...

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. — 31 May 1899

VOL; 11. aiLSON & THOMPSON, Publishers and Proprietors. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Pr.ald.nt William McKlnl.y UNITED STATES SENATORS. Addison a. Foster .Tacomft Qtorgs Turner Spokane REPRESENTATIVES. Wesley L. Jones North Yakima F. W. Cushman Tacoma STATE. Governor John R. Rogers Lieut.-Governor Thurston Daniel* Secretary of state Will D. Jenkins State Auditor Neal Cheatham Attorney General P. H. Winston Treasurer C. W. Young Sup't Public Instruction —P. J. Browne gommis'ner Public Lands. .Robert Brides tate Printer Gwln Hicks Surveyor General Aft m. P. Watson U. S. Marshal Clarence Ide U. S. District Attorney W. R. Gay BUite Librarian Herbert Kaahford Warden State Penitentiary....J. B. Catron Sup't Insane Asylum, Medical Lake Dr. W. Lockhart Sup't Insane Asylum, Stellacom.... Dr. Goddard Fish Commissioner A. C. Little Pilot Commissioners N. C. Kofoed C. P. Smith J. J. Brumbach JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice R. O. Dunbar Associate Judges J. B. Reavls M. A. Fullerton M. J. G...

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. — 31 May 1899

ADAMS (OI'XTV NEWS ISSUED BYKBY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the l'ostoffiee at Ritzville, Adams County, Wash., as Second Class mail matter. EDGAR DEWIT GILSON, - Ediior oho Mflnooer. J. RAY THOMPSON Foreman subscription price f1.50 per year; -ix mouth*, li .00. No subscription tasen for less than six months. Advertising lates maybe ascertained at the office. None but t'rst class advertisements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the pa pet if you wish and sav what vou have to say in your own wav. We'll tix it up. LABOR OMNIA YINCIT. RITZVILLE, MAY 31, 1899. TO THE PUBL'C. Owing to my several clerical duties, which have reached large proportions and welloccrpy my time, I find that it will be impossible for me to longer give attention to the office of district school clerk which position has been continuously accorded me by an ex cellent peop'e for the past eight years, hence I feel it my duty to the citi zens to announ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 31 May 1899

TOWN AND COUNTY. MANOLED BENEATH A TRAIN. Alfred Barton a School Boy of 16 fleets a Tragic Death. Monday morning as the passenger was approaching Ritzville the engin eer observed in the gray dawn some one lying by the track making feeble signals to the train. The lever was reversed and the train stopped, while conductor Shannon went back to in vestigate. Lying beside track he found the mangled form of a youth of about 16 years, with one leg and arm completely severed from the body. The boy was tendtrly pluccd on the train and brought to this place and taken to the Pacific hotel where kind hearts and hands made the last hours of his life as comfortable as possible. Alfred Barton was the boy's name and his parents live near Winlock on Cow litz prairie. He had been attending school in Ellensburg. He says that he rode on the bl nd baggage from that place to Lind,where he got off and entered a box car, giving a brakeman 50 cents for the privilege of riding to Spokane where his brother Gr...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 31 May 1899

Mocking Fall of Powder. Pittsburg, May 28. —Seven men were in jured in a powder explosion at mine No. 2 of the Youghiogheny River Coal Com pany at Scotthaven, Pa., yesterday. The men were badly burned but all will recov er except William Baird, Jr., whose inju ries are believed to be fatal. The explosion was caused by a match igniting an old stocking filled with blasting powder which an Italian had carelessly thrown powder cans in a mine car in which the men were riding. The mine was not dam aged. Guilty of MannluuKhter. Denver, Colo., May 25. —Peter Horn, the colored soldier who has been on trial for several days before the federal court here for the killing of his comrade, Pri vate Albert Pemberton, at Fort Logan, on April 10, was found guilty of man slaughter, and will be sentenced next Sat urday. The extreme penalty is 30 years' imprisonment. Dnmatte to KunNHN Crop*. Kansas City, May 25.—Rain and hail did much damage to crops and property in central Kansas last night. In Saline ...

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