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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

The Mistletoe 3y hovehtx/S LOVE. [Copyright, 1907. by Robertus Love.] WHEN you stop under the sprig ol' mistletoe hanging from the chandelier to get your Christmas kiss you uiay not l»e particularly interested In the gen esis of the peculiar little vegetable growth which Cupid seems to have ap propriated for his own. Nevertheless the process of mistletoe production and reproduction is highly interesting. In some parts of Kugland. where most of the mistletoe of Christinas RKIUeiES C'ItrSHED ON A HKANCTT. time conies from, the gardeners prop agate the parasite artificially. Mistle toe, as is well known. Is of the para sitic kind, taking its sustenance not from the ground, but from a tree. Tin apple tree seems to lie its favorite, though the hawthorn, the Him* and the poplar frequently carry the parasite. The scientific inoculation of trees with the mistletoe growth is praettceil with excellent results in the north •» England. The gardener takes lietwci:; Ills thumb and forefinger one ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

A Theatrical Santa Claus. By JEFFCKSON DE ANGELIS. 0 >,HE week before Christmas iu ■ New York, "once upon a time, not so very long ago," showed Broadway full of eager shop pen, making tracks through a heavy fall of snow which the street sweepers had not yet cleared away. Up and down the magic street and its com panion arteries in the retail district a Jostling crowd, pushing, lighting its way, sought to catch glimpses of the many treasures temptingly displayed In the shop windows. Great extremes of life bumped elbows. The girl from the east side, coining down from the ilums to view the good thiugs things forbidden to her pocket book brushed her threadbare skirts against the fur lined gown of the daughter of the rich. The almond eyed Celestial from the Chinese district miuglcd the opium scent of his blouse with the delicate violet of the well dressed crowd. Chil dren from Fifth avenue iu their smart clothes edged away from squalidly dressed urchins with unwashed faces and uncombed...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

Great Reductions Will be made on Christmas goods from Dec. 21 until Christmas. Here is what people have been looking for—a house full of valuable and high-grade goods on the_ market at cut prices. Come and get the article you've had your eye on for so long. Make'your selec tion early before the big assortment is exhausted. The most valuable for men. the most useful for women, the most interesting things for children can be secured in this store at a way-down price. We will give one-quarter off on Cut Glass. Silver and Plated Ware, on our entire stock of Fancy and Hand Painted China Ware. Parlor. Portable and Hang ing Lamps, Rockers. Morris Chairs and Couches. In our Furniture Department we are making a SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 25 per cent on Library Tables, Rockers and Couches, any of which would make an ideal Christ mas gift. LIBRARY TABLES $30 Librai.v Table, quarter sawed Golden Oak and polished, for this sale $22.50 25 Library Table, quarter sawed Golden Oak and polished, for this sa...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

-ssz A Merrv Christmas to all cial Prices J At Low Prices. I ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES WILL MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS BUYING EASY jzr A Store full of Useful Goods for jS> CHRISTMAS GIFTS All Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats, Suits and Skirts go at ONE-FIFTH to ONE HALF of the regular price. Special for Christmas The Finest Values An Unusual Reduction in Prices on all We show the Swellest line of Ladies' and In popular priced Furs SILKS and DRESS GOODS Children's Handkerchiefs ever brought to Special 20 per cent Discount s P ecial for Christmas Ritzviiie. For Christmas This is a Money Saver Prices* 2 for 5c to $3 each See our Handsome line of Christmas Sale of Rugs Fine Shoes and Slippers $42.00 9x12 Wilton Rugs for $36.50 Imported and Hand- 35.00 9x12 Body Brussels Rugs for 30.00 For every member of the family. 32.00 9x12 Axminster Rugs for 26.50 Christmas brings wants in the foot- Pa in tori PViina Warp 28.00 !»xl2 Ex. Velvet Rugs for 23.50 rain ted China Ware 25.00 9x12 Best Tape...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 26 December 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. ALWAYS STOOD PAT NEVER EOST HIS NERVE George M. McDonald does Big Busi ness While Banks and Ex porters Rest on their Oars The present financial flurry is only a scare. Bankers and farmers alike are afraid to do anything. So says Geo. M.i McDonald. In talking .to a reporter of the News yesterday, Geo. M. McDonald, pioneer merchant and financier of this place, stated that every one had apparently relaxed all effort to do anything. Bankers seem to be afraid to give up a dollar and farmers, who owe large bills and ac counts, have simply on their wheat and are letting their accounts and notes go unpaid simply because they haven't the energy and push to try and do what is best for themselves and for all concerned. "Since the general close down of business the latter part of October," continued Mr. McDonald, "we have been going ahead just as N though noth ing had happened. We were not afraid to ship wheat to the coast even though it was impossible to get ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 26 December 1907

STIRRING ADDRESS BY ATTORNEY GENERAL BONAPARTE. GIVES NOTE OF WARNING ON CHOICE OF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES. Appearing as the personal represent ative of President Roosevelt, bat de claring he spoke wholly upon his own responsibility, Attorney General Bona parte Saturday night, in a speech be fore the Illinois Athletic club at Chi cago, uttered a significant note ot warning which gave evidence of being inspired from the White House. "The great sheepfold. the American union," he exclaimed, "is beginning to turn its thoughts to the grave prob lem of choosing a head watchdog to guard it for four long years. Whatever applicant for the job is viewed with particular favor by the wolves may be well left in his home kennel. Wolves can be trusted to know what they want and to want what the sheep don't want. In plainer language, no inan can be safely trusted to 'take care that the laws be faithfully executed* if his selection be longed for and urged by all or many of those who have ob structed...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 26 December 1907

INFLUX TO AMERICA IMMIGRATION GREATER IN 1907 THAN EVER. FRANK P. SARGENT HAB MADE PUBLIC HIS ANNUAL REPORT. Immigration to America during the year ended June 30, 1907, was vastly greater than In any previous year or the history of the United States, ac cording to the annual report of Frank P. Sargent, commissioner general of Immigration and naturalization, which has been made public. Of this great flood of immigration Commissioner Sargent Bays: "An army of 1,285,349 souls, drawn hither by the free institutions and the marvelous prosperity of our country— the chance here afforded every honest toller to gain a livelihood by the sweat of his brow or the exercise of his in telligence—surpasses In numbers the record of all preceding years." The Immigration for 1907 exceeded that for 1900 by 184,614, and that for 1905 by 258,850, or an increase over 1906 of more than 17 per cent, and over 1905 of more than 25 per cent. During the fiscal year 1906, 12,432 aliens were rejected at our ports...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 26 December 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL Buo»cription price. 11.80 per year; »ixmon;ni. 11.00. No subscript ion taken for leap than nix months. Entered as second-class matter November 20, 1907. at the post office at Ritzville, Washinßton. under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. Pt'BLISHKI) WKEKLY BY JOURNAL-HEROLD PUBLISHING CO. (INC.) J. M. Bennington, Editor and Business Manager THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1907. All communications must reach this office not later than 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Any communications receiv ed after that hour will be left over until the following week, as our forms close Wednesday noon. THE MYSTERY OF LIFE. 1 Old Job could not understand . the mystery of the creation of a babe; neither can the most learned professor , in the best scientific school of today. < It is a mystery. The first birth passes ' comprehension; so does the new crea tion which Jesus called "the new. j birth." Nicodemus was confounded by 'he words he heard, and the teach- ; ing has been puzzlin...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 26 December 1907

LOCAL NEWS. NORTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABU. WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND. No. 3.. 1:13 am. No. 6.. 4:35 am. No. 5.. 7:25 am. No. 2.. 8:32 am. No. 1.. 9:45 am. No. 4.. 8:50 pm. No. 15 .. 6:25 pm. No. 16 ..• 1:20 pm. Stop at John F. Irby & Co's window and see the Big Razor. Miss Leah Offutt is visiting under the parental roof oil Nob Hill. For Sale—A good standing desk (book keepers) in good condition, at Eller's Second Hand Store. M. Hill, father of our fellow towns man H. E. Hill, was in the city Monday from his home in Lind. Elmer Hopple, agent of the N. P. at Hatton, spent Christmas with triends and relatives in Ritzville. * The German - American Bank, of Odessa, will soon be converted into a National ba/k, we are informed. Remember the great clearance sale at Mrs. T.J. Hallin's millinery store. Take advantage of it and save money. 12-26 H. E. Hill attended the meeting in Lind last Saturday of the Farmers' Union of Adams, Douglas and Franklin counties. Otto Couch is spending Christmas i...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 26 December 1907

CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) He carried the little secretaire up stairs and there, locked in hi? own room, he wrote a letter which was destined for St. Petersburg, but traveled in the first instance to the care of one Dr. Brun, of Hollington place, London. In the soli tude of his own chamber Mr. Zeno per mitted himself an accurate and intimate acquaintance with the French language, little of it as he allowed himself for his present purposes to know outside. Meanwhile things were going more pleasantly in the garden. Angela, with s little twinge of conscience, had informed Austin that Major Butler would be de lighted to meet him and had expressed his great regret that he had been unable to make the call he had contemplated that day. The fact that the major lmd charg ed her with this message did not help her much, for she knew its hollowness. The major rather dreaded the advent of a man who wrote books and regarded Aus tin as a fellow who would be likely to know a lot of things and expect o...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 26 December 1907

BAD BLOOD THE SOURCE OF ALL DISEASE Every part of the body is dependent on the blood (or nourishment and Strength. When this life stream is flowing through the system in a state of purity and richness we are assured of perfect and uninterrupted health | Cecause pure blood is nature's safe-guard against disease. When, however, the body is fed on weak, impure or polluted blood, the system is deprived of its strength, disease germs collect, and the trouble is manifested in various ways. Pustular eruptions, pimples, rashes and the different skin affections show that the blood is in a feverish and diseased concuiiou as a result of too much acid or the presence of some irritating humor. Sores and lilcers are the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the blood, and Rheumatism, Ca tarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., are all deep-seated blood disorders that will continue to grow worse as long as the poison remains. These impurities and poisons find their way into the blood in var...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 26 December 1907

PROFESSIONAL j |j DR. F. R. BURROUGHS L Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second St.. bet. D and E RITZVILLE. Wash. t I* C. W. BICE, M. D. I 3 Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second floor Gritman Block. Phone 353. Night calls promptly attended to from office. c RITZVILLE - - WASH. t DR. DAVID A. HEWIT \ Physician and Surgeon b All calls answered, day or night. Office—First National Bank Building C Street. Ritzville, Wash. t • n C. E. Abegglen, D. 0., Osteopathic Phisician, j. Makes a specialty of the diseases of G women and children. Calls answered pay or night, Office next door to a Carnegie Librarv. Ritzville, Washington. o DR JOHN JOHNSTON 1 O Physician i t Hosenoff Building ' RITZVILLE, WASH. V S O. R. HOLCOMB Attorney and Counselor at Law t Will practice in all the U. S. Courts and departments and all Washington '' Courts. Office—Ritzville, Wash, n C. W. RATHBUN I Prosecuting Attorney s of Adams County. * C Office: Court house, RITZVILLE, Wash. P _____ d G. E. LOVELL EDWARD A. DAVIS a ...

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