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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 28 November 1906

Washington State Journal 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 Graduate ol Ihr IMversity Berlin and Heidelberg Specialist on Diseases of Women and Children. Office: Rooms 7 and S, Ott's Building. Phone Main 586. J. 0. GLENN, D. 0 Osteopathic Physician. Graduate of American School of Osteo- O, Kirksville, under A. T. Still, er 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. Cat Vapor Administered Graduate of Medo-Chirrurfjical College, Philadelphia, Pa. Crown and bridge work. Filling...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 28 November 1906

OF THE WORLD JISPATCHES FROM ALL TS OF THE GLOBE. ai of Happening! In Both and Western Hemispheres the Past Week—National, :al, Political and Personal ugeue Scbmitz of San Fran > arrived hume from bis visit le. miler R. E. Peary and Mrs. ■ft Sydney for New York by iday. i Gompers was reelected pres uie American Federation of .si oaturday. 3 W. Cable, the novelist, and a C. Stevenson of Lexington, re married recently. * Carnegie lias offered tht laltimore $500,000 for the erec 20 new brunches uf me Enocl. ee library. Heiiustreet, who was 101 yean January, died at the Chieag ir incurables Saturday. He wa: Rome, New York, in 1805. Harriet Harger of Pontiac. fas killed and 16 other persons Saturday, when an electric car crashed into the rear end bur Lan electric car near Birm les M. Schwab, the steel mag elieves that real estate Invest ti the towns of the west are the ■estmeßt in the world, accord li Interview he gave in Chi itly. ared by the London Morn er that it has absolutely ;1 ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 28 November 1906

YS the Ftalilna Reader Thinks *% o# til* Vtrloni HtrDM, 'Jt women Ilka In men has been dl*(Sl*ed by variout of onr readers, primarily regarding Action and lti he roe*, bnt In reference alio to real Ufe, »ay» Collier'* Weekly. One warn* a* not to confa** the attraction* of ro mance with the qnalltle* which attract In living being*. Speaking of George EUot'* 'Romola," *he *ay»: "In real life I believe a man like Tito would attract a girl on account of his tuper fictal qualities, while In the book the strength of the author has shown them np in snch a true light that a girl of ltt could not fall to see the danger sig nal and take to coyer." In novels strength Is always requi site In the hero and weakness cannot be redeemed by head or heart No Dobbin for her. This lady, who halls from Texas, thinks William Ashe "de serves all be got" When she was 14 the hero of "The First Violin" disturb ed her fluttering heart To her, as to many of her sex, Scott Is obnoxious, partly on account of the ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 28 November 1906

jESHEJORLDII MSB Wte*.HJo per ?Mr: lix monin., I IMS. M Mbaerlptloa Uk«n (or lm Uu lb month! ■(■tlkt hMN at fUUTllle, Ailami my, Wasfclaftoa. tor tranrmluion tknaik UalMd SUM* Mill. u Imn4 CUm mall matter. rOIUSMD WEEKLY BY NAL-HEROLD PUBLISHING CO. (Inc.) . Bennington, - - Editor . Hinckley, Business le.nagek )NESDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1906. AS OTHERS SEE US. an editorial in its issue of last rffcy the Spokesman-Review, com be on an editorial in last week's INAL on "What has become of the iter Chib?" says: 'he Journal suggests that if the is alive and in running order it Id grapple such questions as clean ip the streets and alleys, the filling f vacant store buildings in town, building of an opera house and r matters. [t ia a good' thing in a town to have wapaper alert to such matters, for ts happened in some places, wheth uch ia the case in Ritzville or not, . booster clubs start in with a great Hah and a really sincere intention ccompliah something, but that the luaiaam of the members ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 28 November 1906

WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS J. M. Benward, of Cunningham, was in town on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kelsey, of Mich igan prairie, is in town today. Mrs. A. J. Burkhart is reported quite ill at her home on College Hill. A. W. Hender of Hatton vrtTs in this city the latter part of Wat week. Claire DeSpain has accepted a poaitrnMir ttle county clerk's office as assistant. r F. E. Bobbins, local manager of the White River Lumber Co., is in Seattle this vie/k. Dr And Mrs. Hewit will eat Thanks givirc turkey with the doctor's mother Spokane home. W. H. Martin spent the early /art of the week with friends in Spo-' Sane and Coeur d'Alene. John Werner, who lives about 20 miles southwest of Odessa, paid this office a pleasant call Monday. Mrs. Pottner, of Tacoma, is in the city on quite an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Davenny. F. L. Frost and Louis Kemper, of the Paha Roller Mills, were in the city on business the first of the week. George N. McCollom, of Willis, was a visitor...

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. — 28 November 1906

I OLD I JavoriteS Imblin Bay They tailed away in a gallant bark, Roy Neal and bit fair young bride; Tbey had ventured all ia that bouudlnj ark, That danced o'er the silv'ry tide; But their hearts were young and spirit* Ught, And they the tears away As they watched Ike shore recede from sight Of their own swews Dublin Bay. Three days they sailed when a storm arose, And the lightning swept the deep; When the thunder crash broke the «hort repose Of the weary sailor's sleep. Roy Neal he clasped his weeping bride, And he kissed the tears away. "Oh, lore, 'twas a fearful hour," h« cried, "When we left sweet Dublin Bay." On the crowded deck of the doomed shlf Some fell in their mute despair. But some more calm, with a holier lip. Sought the God of storm in prayer. "She has struck on a rock," the seamen cried. In the depth of their wild dismay; And the ship went down with that fall young bride, That sailed from Dublin Bay. • >Urs. Crawford. The World la Too Mack with Ua. The world is too...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 28 November 1906

SUPPLEMENT TO? WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL [ • AND ' ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, November 28, 1906. The City Election. On next Tuesday, December the fourth, the registered voters of Ritz ville will choose a mayor, two council men and a treasurer. There are two tickets in the field but since both are headed by the same candidate for mayor, the chances of a contest over that office seems exceedingly slim. In the nomination of Mr. Robbins the people are fortunate. Having very Huccessfully managed his own affairs, there is every reason to assume him capable of successfully managing the affairs of the city. Being a man of means he is naturally interested in hav ing an economical administration of city affairs. That his nomination was not opposed by certain influences that have in the past succeeded in "running things'' political in Ritzville only demon trates what we said in these colums a few weeks ago; that the time has pass ed when just any body can be elected . to office in Ritzville a...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 28 November 1906

NEWS NOTES FROM SURROUNDING TOWNS Hatton Happenings. Mrs. W. B. Hays is reported quite sick at this writing. Oscar Goodenoupi was a Spokane visitor last Tuesdfc'' Mrs. Bickford/>Bited in Ritzville the latter part of )•** week. John ancl Kinney McDonald were liitz> visitors last week. II j ipton, Fisher & Tipton, went to Sik)' nt * u * v a Bto °k Christmas good- for tht-ir storo - Yeisley has gone to Kansas <*y. Mo. We regret to see men like /ir. Yeisley leave our neighborhood Mrs. T'pt"rt pvi Minted her husl-iMid with a fine, boy last week, and 11. J. is as pr-'tfd as a Thanksgiving turkey now; •' days. : Branew, now «>/' Seattle, and Josephine Branew, of Oonconnully who have been div< reed and living apart for nearly fur y were re-married here on the Joth instant. S. L. Thomas, the wheat king of this ntck-of-the-\vo< .'s. made a trip to Hat ton anri bark :*> he ranch with the big road grata one day last week. It put the road n bet $ r shape If we had a few ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 28 November 1906

,r —r —> '7--" Bio humors can.PWs. boils, hives eczema or salt rheum. M some other torro of crop tion: but sometimes they exist in the system indicated by feelings of weakness. lan?ucr. lots of appetite, or general debility, without causing any breaking out Hood's Sarsaparilla expels them, renovates strengthens and tones the whole system This is the testimony of thousands utm'.ir.!!?. Accept no substitute, but insist on bavins Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablet* known as tarMtabS. 100 doses SL China'* Trade Slackens. Tbe tea and silk trades of China are in a bad way, and there is no use on the part of the government to longer attempt to disguise this fact. In 18G4 the silk represented 82 per cent of the exports of the empire. Now they account for only 45 per cent. The commissioner of customs at Canton is authority for the statement that the tea Industry seems doomed. A Well Known Remedy. One of the oldest, safest and most favorably known remedies in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 28 November 1906

Washington Chat. Considerable surprise has been caused official circles over the announce- . ent that the president had decided to ake at the opening of Congress, all ie cabinet changes necessary incident • filling the vacancy on the supreme iurt bench by the appointment of ttorney General Moody. The plan to ive these changes made now, instead at the close of the session, indicates ie desire on the part of the president > have as many of the tranfers as >ssible made at the beginning, so that ich member may be in his new office i look after such legislation as his de irtment may need. According to the present program, le nomination of Attorney General oody as justice of the supreme court ill be sent to the senate on tha open g day, instead of waiting until after ie holiday recess. It is believed that ie president now feels thera is little inger of the appointment failing of mflrmation, and immediately that ■tion is taken, Mr. Moody will assume s duties on the bench, thus giving...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 5 December 1906

Washington State Journal VOLUME IX. PROFESSIONAL P DR. DAVID A. HEWIT V Physician and Surgeon All calls answered, day or night. 1 Office—First National Bank Building 1 f C Street, Ritzville, Wash. ' f v C. W. BICE, M. D. ! f Physician and Surgeon 'J OFFICE—Second floor Gritman Block. / Phone 323. Night calls promptly attended to from office. ! RITZVILLE - - WASH. ] DR. F. R. BURROUGHS Physician and Surgeon MfroFFlCE—Second St., bet. D and E RITZVILLE, Wash. rR. JOHN JOHNSTON Physician Rosenoff Building RITZVILLE, WASH. DR. WM. F. ARMANN Graduate ol (he Unlmslh of Snlln and Meidelhero Specialist on Diseases of Women and Office: Rooms 7 and 8, Ott's Building. Phone Main 586. . A Hfrj. 0. GLENN, D. 0. « Osteopathic Physician. Graduate of American School of Osteo pathy, Kirksville, under A. T. Still, founder of the School of Osteopathy. Opp. First National Bank Bldg. RITZVILLE - - WASH. W. W. ZENT * G. E. LOVELL & LOVELL Lawyers Notary Public •OFFlCE—Upstairs First National Bank Bui...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 5 December 1906

WQRKOFARMEDMOB BURNED TOBACCO PLANTS AT PRINCETON, KENTUCKY. Loss Is Estimated at $170,000— Mob Numbered About 300 Men—Seized i <d Disarmed Night Watchman, Then Applied the Torch —Forced Firemen Away. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 3. —A special from Princeton, Ky., says: The to bacco stemmerics of John Steger and John G. Orr, the latter contri. led by the Imperial Tobacco company of New York, were destroyed by a fire, kindled by a mob of masked men. The loss is estimated at $170,000. The mob, which numbered about 300 men, entered Princeton between one and two o'clock, seized the night mar shall and disarmed him. They then went to the factory and quickly ap plied the torch. The masked men stood on guard, permitting nobody to come near while the buildings were enveloped In flames and help was useless. A squad of the mob took charge of the telephone of fice and no word of the affair was per mitted to go out. When the mob saw that the fire was beyond control they left the town, go ing in the...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 5 December 1906

gSIMMSMMbji >1 M \~T~l3,"■ ■ - J • • JL , .AM For Rlnfflnfr Hog*. A tinging trap for hogs Is a necessity Dn many farms, and the accompanying sketch shows a good form. The frame ef trap Is two Inch by four Inch pieces, D. D. and D., lapped nnd bolted at corners as shown, and a tight, smooth floor. Also side and top boards are •olldly nailed to Inner edge of the frame, as shown, making a strong crate from which boards cannot be crowded off. Rear end la 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 hinges 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...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 5 December 1906

WOODIN BROS. •r CO. '*• £ THE FAIR WASHINGTON STATF. JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NF.WS if'tton pri"«* *1 o per y<**r; I) (H». No-'ibH-'rUition i«ken f»» '!iMr six rnoiiMiP Kindred at the iflce at ttiuville. A-i/unv •unl> \N uj-Vi fui lihi<* uiishio'i •hroiich th» ' nttert soue* MhM« >i* Bi'< Min' i Ikmull rnnuer I'l'Hi.lHllKT'- WKBKI.Y BY JOURNAL-HEKOLD IHBLIHHING CO. (Inc.) J. M. Bennington, - - Editor A. G. Hinckley, Business Manager WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1906. A STORY WITH A MORAL The following:, where a moral is j clearly nhown, is taken from an ex change: Recently a church congrega tion in a little Kansas town built, a new church. To pay for it they were obliged to call upon the merchants of the community for donations. The merchants resjionded liberally and $.'>oo was raised from this source. The last man asked to subscribe was John Smith, r« jeweler. "I will give you $20 if you will let me add something to the subscription list," he said. The permission was ac...

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

NEWS NOTES FROM SURROUNDING TOWNS Willis News. THANKSGIVING DAY "Dear festive day with memories full, j Where joy with sorrow blends; Far back to years of babyhood Thy influence extends— The day for healing mutual hurts, For love to all the living; No true-born son will e'er forget New England's blest Thanksgiving." Chilly weather in this section of the 1 country. Roy and Jesse Galbreath, who have been confined at their home for the past three months with typhoid fever, are able to be out once more. Their many friends are pleased to learn of their recovery. School is progressing nicely with Mr. Leahy at the helm. William Moore has purchased the telephone line formerly owned by R. Starr. Pleasant Hill Literary Society is pro gressing nicely with Mr. Lambert as president and Miss Emma Seidle as secretary. The young people of the society are very much interested and it is hoped everybody will attend and help to make the society a success. Mrs. Mabel James returned Wednes day from Mosco...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 5 December 1906

The Washington State Journal \J\f iih this issue of this paper we give you a = 12-page paper filled with the latest news of the day. We give you this paper for a whole year at only $1.50. (QOur facilities for fine job printing are complete and we are in a position to turn out first-class work in large or small quan tities on short notice. The Journal-Herald Publishing Co., - - Ritzville, Wash. WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS Subscription price.9l.6o per year; mi* nionui*, 11.00. No subacriptinii taken for leap thtD six m»nthn. Kuiered »t the Pofltcfflce at Ktuvllle, Adam* County. Washington, for train-in it-stun through the United state* Matin h» Heroud ClnHt idhll matter PUBLISHED WBKKI.Y BY JOURNAL-HEHOLD PUBLISHING CO. (inc.) J. M. Bennington, - - Editor A. G. Hinckley, Business Manager WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER . r >,"1906. The President's Message. The message of the president of the United States to the last session of the 59th Congress is one of the best and moat r...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 5 December 1906

WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS 1 Harry Davenny was home from Whitman College to spend Thansgivirig. -m ' Albert Mahnke and daughter are F enjoying a visit with relatives in the i East. Miss Reba Hum spent her Thanks- ' giving vacation with her parents in Spokane. Henry Musselman, a rancher of the , Petersburg country, was on our streets | Tuesday. i Miss Leta Angell is assisting in the 1 store of H. E. Gritman during the holi- ' day ruah. Hans Thompson, formerly of Ritz ville, but now of Spokane, is in the city visiting with friends and relatives. A. B. Barrow of Menno has rented his ranch and moved to Los Angeles, i Cal., where he will in the future re- ' ' side. A Dollar saved is a Dollar earned. 1 We will take your deposit, no matter ' how small.—German American State ' Bank. Fred Hoefel, who lives on his ranch , about 18 miles west of town, is reported , as convalescing from a rather serious illness. , Miss Ella Wollenberg has accepted u during the holiday season with , Itosenoff & Co....

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 5 December 1906

Christmas # RITZVILLE TRADING CO. # 1906, To Men of Good Clothes Sense It is well worth while, for you and for us, to set forth a plain state ment of facts about ready-made clothes. This is it. After you read it you can do, and probably will do, just as you please about it. But you'd better have the facts. It's foolish and sometimes dangerous, to do just as you please without having the facts. You'll find in every large city a few custom tailors who make clothes really wort If paying for. They charge $75 to $100 for a suit. They give you the best of quality, the best of tailoring, fit and style. These are the things you pay the extra money for. If you can afford to spend that much, go to such a tailor and spend it. Any man who doesn't need to worry about parting with $75 or $100 needn't worry about what he gets for it. But if you're going to spend less than that, spend a good deal less and wear ready-made clothes. We know what some of you will say: "I tried ready-made clothes once. ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 5 December 1906

WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS w Take t>.e little ones to Rosenoff's. Llarry Morse, of Lantz, was in town |£a,turday. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hulme of Lantz were Ritzville visitors last week. C. H. B. Carlson was transacting busines in Spokane last week. u Van V. Bennett, of Greenacres, is in Ritzville on a business trip. Frank Sellers, of Prosser. is spend ing a few days in the city. P®**'!. Irby & Son, owners of the "Alfal fa Dairy", near Downs, were business visitors to the city Tuesday. A marriage license was issued to-day to Emil Schrag to Carrie Schrag, both of M The Phillips boys, H. A., Arthur and all of Fairview neighborhood, ■were in the. -city Monday. We are glad to note that the aged mother of Rev. W. H. Harris, who has quite ill for some time, is now considerably better. EarJ Barronette, who was home, for Thanksgiving, returned to his studies at the state college at Pullman on last Sunday. K Guy Stafford, brother-in-law of Coun- Linn, was in the cit> 'Monday from the big ranc...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 5 December 1906

PEOPLE CRAZE FOR RICHES. By Ada C. Sweet. The general storm of protest against "graft" or favoritism and dishonesty In tlie public ser vice has aroused a degree of attention from citizens even the most supine and good-na tured. Adding to the Impression recently made by what apologists call "muck-raking." is the present exposure of fraud, cheating and deceit in the world of Industry and business. The craze for riches has infected everybody. "The butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker" are beginning to show evidence of their unsavory origin, ac cording ta the old nursery rhyme. Another proof ot the prophetic powers of Mother Goose. We must test, with weights and measures, everything we buy for food. The milk upon which the precious lives of children depend must be examined with minute care. Bakers' bread and butchers' meat, sugar, coffee, tea and oil, vinegar, spices, pepper and ginger, all these must be looked after by the careful buyer. The stream can rise no higher than Its s...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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