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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 18 May 1898

VOL. I. ACTIVE Fill ORDERED TO BOMBABD CUBAN FOBTS. President McKlnley Said to Have AltandMed the Peaceful Block «de Idea—To Command the Corpi —Movement of Troopa—More Sol diers Will He Needed. Chicago, May 10.— A special to the •Journal from Washington says: I*resi idf-nt McKinley has abandoned his peace ful blockade idea. Orders were today cabled to the commander of the blockad ing squadron that will give him an op portunity to turn his ships loose on all j the fortifications where resistance is of fered. Every Cuban port that is strongly protected will be attacked and the bom bardment will be kept up until the Span ish guns are silenced and all gunboats are sunk. Blockading 1 Fleet Warned. New York, May 10. — The Evening Post's Key West special says: 'Die block aders on the south of Cuba have been 1 warned that the Spanish squadron is re ported off Venezuela bound north, and to double their vigilance. Powerful vessels, which it is not necessary to name, will be ready to aid the s...

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. — 18 May 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. 3. A. THOMPSON, . . . Editor and Proprietor Subscript ion price 91.01) per year; six months, 75 cents. No subscription taken for less han six months. Advertising i sites may be ascevtalned 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 saj U> your own way. We'll fix it up. Entered at the Postofflce at Ritzvllle, Adams County, Wash., as Second Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, MAY 18, 1898. WE ALSO FAVOR ORGANIZATION. The idea seems to have gotten into the heads of some of our readers that tbis paper is opposed to the organiza tion of the old settlers of Adams county, because we permitted a com munication to appear l ist week, over the non de plume of a "Tenderfoot of *68," in which not a word was said in opposition to the organization. The only question raised by "Tenderfoot" was, who a...

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. — 18 May 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Fresh vegetables at Sinclairs. Wheat is 82 cents in Ritzville today. Caldwell Bros, of Paha were in the city Saturday. T. B. Leonard was among the throng Saturday. E. C. Crouch of Washtucna was in town last Friday. Just received a carload of barb-wire at Bauer-Bier Co's. We noticed W. F. Beal of Fletcher on our streets Saturday. First-class barley for sale at D. C. Barronett's warehouse. J. A. Burfiend made us a pleasant and profitable call Saturday. Just received, a carload first-class lime, in sacks.—C. 0. Greene. Scheuerle & Ware are painting the residence of E. D. Gilson this week. All kinds of lumber and building material at lowest prices at Green's. Trantum & Schoonover, the Odessa merchants, were in town Monday, The Liim boys of Bemis were very much in evidence here last Saturday. Wm. Loyles and Thos. Boyd were trading with our advertisers Satur day. For a good, clean, square meal, at a very...

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. — 18 May 1898

TPTST BREAD, ■$1* CAKES and PIES, MADE FROM OTT BROTHER'S CELEBRATED FLOUR Also carry a full line of CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, CANNED GOODS. —BAILEY BROS. S.G.JACKSON... ARTIST, PAINTER and PAPER HANGER All Work Promptly an«l Sulisl'iM-toi'ily E\r<-ut«'<l. Rit/.ville, Wash. HARRIS & SON Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Finest Turnouts in tlie City. Tanner** Trade a Specialty. Clover Leaf RESTAURANT A. L. POPPLE, Prop. Board by the Week, - - $3.50 Hoard with Boom, - - - 4.00 .Single Meals, - .... 25c Mkalb at ai.l Hours. J. A. WILBURN Resident Photographer CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS A SPECIALTY. Gallery next to Bank Building. MRS. S. CARRIER. Restaurant, Ritzville, Washington. Dr. F. R. Burroughs PHYSICIAN AND SI KUKON. Office: Second Street, between I> and E. Bitzville, Wash. DR. JOHN ADAMS Physician and Surgeon office: Ott Building RITZVILLE, ■ WASHINGTON. C. STASER, LAWYER and ('on«lSifiil«KEK COLLBCTION - AND NOTARY WORK A Specialty. Dr. C. E. Hershberger RESIDENT ...

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. — 25 May 1898

VOL. I. MINES Of IHE NORM! AROUND THE VARIOUS CAMPS. Biff Ore Body in the Keystone In the Sylvaalte Olatrlct—Fi vr-Slamp Mill In Pony Gnlch—The Wluv on the Iron Mask—ln the Fori Steele IMatrlct. The new crosscut tunnel on the Key stone mine reached the foot wall Saturday and the vein was proved to be about 10 feet wide between walla, says a corres pondent at Slyvanite, Mont. Drifting wai immediately started south along the foot wall and is now advanced about 15 feet. This will be pushed on until under the big stope on the upper level, when a crosscut * ill be run to the hanging wall. Drifting will also be done north and a raise will soon be made from the north drift to the upper level. The big stope referred to on the upper level was encountered in drift ing south on the footwall from the face of the crosscut tunnel. After drifting about 45 feet the drift went through two feet of ore into rock that was supposed to be the foot wall. This was cut through and found to be a horse two fe...

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. — 25 May 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. A. THOMPSON, . . . Editor and Proprietor Subscription price $1.1*) per year; six months, •75 cents. No subscription taken for less han jix months. Advertising lates maybe ascertained at the office. None but Prst class advertisements will toe inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will fce cheerfully received. Write on both sides of •t he paper if you wish and say what you have to say in your own way. We'll fix it up. Entered at the Postofflce at Ritzvllle, Adams County, Wash., as Second Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, MAY 25, 1898. A writer in the Arena declares that 500,000 men now do the work, with the aid of machinery, which needed 1fi,000,000 persons to do a few years .ago. Secret information received by the •■jyar depirtment is to the effect that ■serious rioting is imminent in Havana. Food is much scarcer and distress is •greater than has been generally re ported. The oldest living ex-Governor of Massachusetts, ex-Governor, e...

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. — 25 May 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Court this week. Fresh vegetables at Sinclairs. Brick, lime'and hair at Green's. Wheat is 75 cents in Ritzville today. Notice the change in W. R. Peters' ad in this issue. The only "Blackev" has hied him self to Northport. W. O. Hatch is prepared to do all kinds of shoe work. A S. Newland and family were in the city Saturday. Our streets have been crowded with strangers this week. Isaac Rigg and family of Fletcher were in the city Monday. There was quite a heavy frost in this vicinity Sunday night. Just received, a carload first-class lime, in sacks.—C. O. Greene. Dr. Lemman, dentist, will be in town all day Saturday, May 28. A. S. Elder and wife of Washtucna were trading in town Saturday. The L. O. T. M. served ice cream in the Zent building last Saturday. All kinds of lumber and building material at lowest prices at Green's. Go to the Model Millinery for the Brainerd <fc Armstrong unfading wash silks....

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. — 25 May 1898

TFtY OXJR-^ v BREAD, •s>i- CAKES and "^1" PIES, MADE FROM OTT BROTHER'S CELEBRATED FLOUR Also carry a full line of CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, CANNED GOODS. —BAILEY BROS. S.G.JACKSON... ... ARTIST, PAINTER and =: * PAPER HANGER All Work ■■roinplly uiul Suiisluitorily Executed. Ritzville, Wash. H ARRIS & SON Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. l'inrst Turnouts in (he City. Farmer's Trade u Specialty. Clover Leaf RESTAURANT A. L. POPPLE, Prop. Board by the Week, - - $3.50 Board with Room, - - - 4.00 Single Meals, - ... - 25e Meals at all Hours. J. A. WILBURN Resident Photographer CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS A SPECIALTY. Gallery next to Bank Building. MRS. S. CARRIER, Restaurant, Ritzville, Washington. Dr. F. R. Burroughs | I'IIYSICIAX AMU SIKUEOW. Office: Second Street, between I) nil E. Ritzville, Wash. : DR. JOHN ADAMS !; Physician and Surgeon ;« Office: Ott Building ! > RITZVILLE, - WASHINGTON. ! > €. STASER, 4WVEB and COMMISSIONER (LLKCTIOHI- AND NOTARY WORK A Specialty. ...

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. — 1 June 1898

VOL. I. GLANCES OVER NORTHWEST ITEMS from three states. Flae Proapecta for Large Yield of Fralt-KipeHncßllßK With Kant tra Oyatera in WllUpa Bay—War Spirit Arwuaed la All 9ectloas— Kotca la General. State Superintendent Brown has appor tioned Clarke county $7883.08 of the state school fund. An athletic club has organized at Ellensburg, with 15 charter members. Two large whales were caught by In dians last week near Ozette. A large quantity of oil was secured. Rev. R. H. Manier, one of the trustees of the Cheney noraml school, announces that a principal and a teacher for the training department have been engaged for the fall school. In Montesano. a number of grocers, dry goods and hardware dealers have signed an agreement to close at 7 o'clock in the evenings during the summer moot lis. Hoquiam's new water system is no longer a prospect. Work had been or dered to begin June 10, and Jhree miles of large water pipe is now on its way here. Water will be brought from the Little Hoquiam r...

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. — 1 June 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS 198UED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. A. THOMPSON', . . . EDITOR AND I'ROPRIKTOB Subscription price $1.00 per year; six months, To cents. No subscription taken for less han six months. Advertising iates maybe ascertained at the office. None but frst class advertisements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of t he paper if you wish and say what you have to say in your own way. We'll fix it up. Entered at the Postofflee at Ritzville, Adams County, Wash., as Second Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, JUNE 1, 1898. ALL IS WELL. While there has been nothing start ling in the way of war news for the past week, there is no doubt that sys tematic plans are being quietly laid by the Americans, and it is more than likely that before the end of the pres ent week, Spanish rule in Cuba will be a thing of the past. Let no one imagine for a moment that our army and navy officials are asleep, or that they are overmatched or ourge...

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. — 1 June 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Freeh vegetables at Sinclairs. Wheat is 65 cents in Ritzville today. New millinery goods cheap at Mrs. Hallin's. W. G. Offutt of Lind was here last Saturday. B. F. Berry of Fletcher was in town Saturday. \V. O. Hatch is prepared to do all kinds of shoe work. Trorap Donald and his mother were in town Thursday. Mail carrier Martin Schlater was in Ritzville Saturday. County commissioner A. J. Willis was in town Saturday. A. S. Newland and wife spent Satur day afternoon in the city. We noticed D. A. Scott rushing about town last Saturday. Don't you want a hair net ? If so call at the Model Millinery. Go to Moulton's, at Lind, Wash., for lumber and building material. A. J. Clever of Bemis transacted business at this point Saturday. No baking powder ever made c»n excel the brand named "Perfect." Mr. Hughes, the Washtucna black smith, was in Bitzville yesterday. E. H. Herring of Bemis bought harness of O. R Haigh...

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. — 1 June 1898

TRY OTTPt— BREAD, CAKES and | PIES, MADE FROM OTT BROTHER'S CELEBRATED FLOUR Also carry a full line of CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, CANNED GOODS. —BAILEY BROS. S.G.JACKSON... ARTIST, PAINTER and PAPER HANGER 411 Work Promptly and Satisfactorily Executed. Ritzvii.le, Wash. H ARRIS & SON Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Finest Turnouts in the City, farmer's Trade a Specialty. Clover Leaf RESTAURANT A. L. POPPLE, Prop. Board by the Week, - - $3.50 Board with Room, - - - 4.00 Single Meals, - - - - - 25c Meals at all Hours. J. A. WILBURN Resident Photographer CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS A SPECIALTY. Gallery next to Bank Building. URS. S. CARRIER, Restaurant, Ritzville, Washington. Dr. F. R. Burroughs PHYSICIAN AND SI'KUEON. Office: Second Street, between D nd E. Bitzville, Wash. ; DR. JOHN ADAMS j; J Physician and Surgeon ; J Office: Ott Building > RITZVILLE, - WASHINOTON. ! > C. STASER, JkWYEH and COMMISSIONER loixaononß and Notary Work a Specialty. Dr. C. E. Hershberger RESIDEN...

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. — 8 June 1898

VOL. I. FlillßlAM HOW THEY SUNK MERRIMAC. In the Face of the Guns on the Span lab Battery Opposite Morro Cos tie, in the Harbor of Santiago de Cuba—The Story In Fall. Off Santiago de Cuba, June 3.—The Merrimac had on board 000 tons of coal when she was scuttled across the chan nel - i Lieutenant Hobson started on his dar ing errand at 3 o'clock this morning. The Merrimac was lying to the westward. Under cover of the clouds over the moon she stole toward the coast, made her way to the eastward, followed by a launch from the New York with* the following crew on board: Naval Cadet J. W. Pow ell of Oswego, N. Y.; P. K. Peterson, coxwain; H. Haldford, apprentice of Ihe first class; J. Mullings, coal passer; G. L. Russell, machinist of the second class. In the launch were bandages and appli ances for the wounded. Batteries Turned I*oose. From the crowded decks of the New York nothing could be seen of the Mer rimac after she had got under the shad ows of the hills. For half an hour of fice...

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. — 8 June 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. M. A. THOMPSON, . . . Editor and Proprietor Subscription price $1.00 pfer year; six months, •75 cents. No subscription taken for less han •six months. Advertising rates may be ascertained at the <office. None but f rst class advertisements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of t he paper if you wish Hnd say what you have to ■ay in your own way. We'll fix it up. Entered at the Postoffice at Rltsville, Adams Wash., hs Second Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, JUNE 8, 1898. ATTEND THE PRIMARIES. The call for primaries, which has been made by the central committee .of the people's party, reminds us that it is the time of year when such things happen and we conceive it to be our duty to the people to remind them that as the calls are made for the different party primaries it is their duty as citizens to attend at the pri -niaries where they belong, and take part in the selection ...

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. — 8 June 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Brick, lime and hair at Green's. Prize baking powder at Sinclair's. Wheat is 58 cents in Ritzville today. Walter Reeder was in the city Sat urday. New millinery goods cheap at Mrs. Hallin's. Fred Sclieel and family spent Satur day in town. Binder for sale. Inquire of Mrs. Leta Emmert. Mrs. Dillon is said to be very low with brain fever. Buy your oranges, lemmons, figs, etc., at Sinclair's. We have a car of Baker & Hamilton headers en route. Have you seen those fancy glass doors at Greene's ? A train load of sheep passed through Saturday going east. Call on Clodius & Kalkwarf and get prices on wall paper. Mr. Mitchell of lower Crab creek Was in town last Saturday. C. M. Kingsley and W. F. Beal of Fletcher were in town Friday. J. F. Collier, J. C. Sullivan and C. D. Linn of Fletcher were in town Sat urday. J. A. Thompson is attending the grand lodge of the I. O. 0. F. at Walla Walla this week. Uncle ...

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. — 8 June 1898

MIS Of THE NORTHWEST IN AND ABOUT PROPERTIES One of the Larvevt Transactions In the HlMtory of the Coenr d'Alenei —Nay Shipments From Kaslo— i'roKre«« In the Florence tamp— In Madison ounty, Montana. Clarence Cunningham has made the first payment of four per cent on the Flynn group. This deal has been in prog ress for several months, an agreement having been made last fall with the Kan sas City Smelting and Refining Company, but when the time came to make the first payment, as agreed upon, the com pany backed out. Mr. Cunningham im mediately commenced trying to induce other parties to take hold of the property, but for a long time it looked as though his efforts would be in vain. This pay ment of 4 per cent of $235,000, the amount of the bond, however, is ample evidence that his efforts have been successful. It is understood that the men behind Mr. Cunningham are all local parties, 15 in number, who are thoroughly acquainted with the porperty. This is one oC the largest deals in the...

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. — 15 June 1898

VOL. I. WAR REVENUE IS IN FORGE BILL SIGNED BY PRESIDENT Hanker*. llroker* ninl Amazement PlaceN Kxueplrtl to Give t'p l.ar«e AmounlN-Many Stamp* Will He Called For—Abstract of the Mean are. Washington, June 13. —The speaker ami vice president signed the war revenue bill this morning anil the president signed it at 3 p. m. Immediately upon receiving information from the White house that the bill had been signed by the president, Secretary Gage issued a circular explaining to the public the proposed bond issue. The cir cular invites sulwcriptions for two hun dred millions of 3 per cent bonds. Sub scriptions will be received at par for a .period of 3 days from this date, Bonds will l>e issued in the coupon and regis tered form, coupon denominations rang ing from $20 to $1000, and registered bonds from $20 to $10,000. The following is an abstract of the provisions of the bill A tax of $2 on all beer, ale porter, and other similar fermented liquors for every barrel containing not mor...

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. — 15 June 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ISSI'ED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. A. THOMPSON. . . . Editor and Proprietor Subscription price ll.<*) per year; six months, 75 cents. So subscription taken for less than six months. Advertising i ntes may tr' ascertained Kt the office. None bat fvst class advertisements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns wil'. be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the paper if you wish and say what you have to MB7 in your own way. We'll fix it up. Entered at the Postoffiee at Kitzville, Adams County, Wash., as Second Class mail matter, RITZVILLE, JUNE 15, 1898. Populist primaries next Tuesday. Have you got your political fence fixed ? Democratic mass convention June Sath, at the court house. It is said that Crozier, who invented the disap)>earing gun carriage, got his idea from seeing a Kansas prarie dog jump. It will soon be United States of Philippines, Vnited States of Porto Rico, United States of Cuba, and pos sibly United States of Spain herself. T...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 15 June 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Fresh vegetables at Sinclair?. Wheat is 55 cents in Ritzville today. New millinery goods cheap at Mrs. Hallin's. E. D. Gilson has his new telephone in operation. Read the new ad of Kucera, the boot and shoe man. The children did nicely at the M. E. church Sunday evening. Just received, a new lot of boots and shoes at Smith <5; Thomsen's. Hon. S. G. Cosgrove of Pomeroy will deliver the oration on the 4th. Attorney W. W. Zent left Monday evening for a trip to the Sound. All kinds of lumber and building material at lowest prices at Green's. Ritzville is selling more goods than any other town of its size in the world. Bauer-Bier Co. wired an order for another car of Newton wagons Mon day. Dr. Lemman, dentist, will be in Ritzville every Saturday until further notice. Attorney D. H. Hartson was over in Idaho Monday, attending to legal business. Ladies' ready-made underwear and the P. N. corsets for sale at th...

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. — 15 June 1898

INI ARMIES LANDED- NEAR SANTIAGO DE CUBA. Klght ThooNand Americans Have DlNcmharked—Blanco Reported to He Lowing Heart—Transports and Cargo an They Left Tampa. Cape Haitien, June 12, 10:30 p. m.— Eight thousand Americans, according to a private dispatch from I'ort Au Prince, have landed very near Santiago de Cuba. The United States auxiliary cruiser St. Louis arrived at Mole St. Nicholas to day. Troops at Guantanamo Bay. (Copyrighted, IS9B, by the Associated Pres*.) Port Au Prince, Haiti, June 12, 8 p. m. —The latest advices received here from Port De Paix says that the British steamer Ravensdel from Guantanamo, whence the American warships Oregon and Marblehead compelled her to put out, reports that the Americans were evidently planning a debarkation of troops on the shore of Guantanamo bay. Blanco Losing Heart. London, June 13. —The Madrid corres pondent of the Standard, telegraphing Sunday, says: General lllaneo, having again tele graphed that in case the blockade be comes strict...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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