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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 20 November 1901

£ N. H. GREENE, Pre» o. if. ottEEXE, Oshier. "2 c * E SHIPMAN, Vice-Pres. WH. Martin, Asst. " Commenced bualuesd Match in, 1901. | Pioneer State Bank. | % Capital, $50,000, Fully Paid. £; i — i Drafts Written. Foreign Exchange Sold. Interest Paid on Time Deposits, L General Banking Business Transacted. A share of your bnsinefl* eolUite<L SJg When In Need 0f.... LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES. MOULDINGS, r POSTS, WOOD OH • COAL, LIME, IIAIR, CEMENT, ; BRICK, PAPER, SASII, DOORS, CALL ON GLASS, White River Lumber Company. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. A Full Line of the Piano Mfg. Co/s Harvesting Machinery and Extras,.. Thejones Lever Binder has been in the lead since its introduction and L~ now further ahead than ever. G. W. BASSET T, Agent. Washtucna, Wash. SOESBE MO JQHANSON, m CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS; Ujl - " —" • GENERAL JOBBING. If von are thinking of'building and want your home to suit you in price, design S: /Xf 0/ J and wo kmanship, let us furnish plans F / K ~J / ys ' — ** ami a; ecirie...

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. — 27 November 1901

' VOL. IV. NO. 43. ClUOil a THOMPSON, PubliHliern and Proprietor*. Ofticr.s: . Rooms 5 and 6 sccond floor Pi(,n'-er State Bank building, corner Sec ond and E streets. Telephone No. 154. Adve ti. inff rates may be ascertained at the office. Nona but first class advertise ments will be inserted. All papers continued until an order is received for discontinuance and until all arrearages are paid. Correspondence from neighboring town* will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the paper If you wish and say wh.it vou have to say In your own vay. We'll fix it up. The editorial policy of the News is to Bay what It thinks, without worrying about consequences? and correspondents may safely observe a similar suspension of rules. Anonymous communications will not be recognized. You all know what our paper ls—a gem . —practical, progressive—a clean, honest, useful paper—full of gumption, full of sunshine, with an immense circulation among the ljost people everywhere. As a progressive c...

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. — 27 November 1901

THE IMS COUNTY NEWS A weekly journal devoted to the interests of Ritzville ar.d Adams county in par ticular and the whole earth in general Always Regular. Readable, Reliable. Republican IHSUED F.VBRY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the I'ostrtKce at Kitzville, Adams County. Wash., as Second (.'lass mail matter. Subscription price $1 oO per veir; six moffths fl.oo. No subscript ion taken for less than six months. EDGAR DEWITT GILSON, EDITOR AND MANAGER. J. RAY THOMPSON. ASSOCIATE IOITOR. LABOR OMNIA VINCIT. w "Stand for the Flag and what it stands for— Equality, Fraternity, Liberty." RITZVILLE, NOVEMBER 27, 1901. Tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 28, all over the country families are united to observe and perpetuate the annual festival of Thanksgiving. It was in stituted by the pilgrim fathers on the far-away shores of Massachusetts nearly three centuries ago, and in spite of the advance of the country the day retains its old spirit cf rever ent thankfulness. No stronger evi dence of the universal acce...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 27 November 1901

LOCAL TOPICS. I J. J. Merriman, the well-known I/indite, was *vith us last Saturday. * Paul J. Flanagan, the local poet, is act ire as special street commissioner today. Ed Eastman is located in Everett and engaged in his profession —the barber trade. Ortho Dorman, the real estate man, was mingling with the Cheneyites last Wednesday. Vinson H. Brown, of Spokane, the {riano tuner, was doing business here last Thursday. * Bead notice of election and certifi cate of nominations on citizens' ticket in today's issue. H. A. Graham, treasurer of Clielan county, gives notice that taxes will be delinquent Not. 31st. The chicken pie supper given Fri day evening in the Taylor building netted the promulgators about $80. Oat Bcmis, a prosperous young farmer of Rattlesnake Flat, was mingling with Ritzvillians Saturday. The buildings of the K. M. Co. are being enlarged by an addition 14x100, jjoitted to the eaet side of the main ietructure. Andrew S Xewland, the promoter ot-tVi Fanners' Institute,...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 27 November 1901

>". H. GREENE, Pre. O. H. URBENE, Cashier. C. E. SHIP MAX, Vice-Pies. \V. H. Martin, Asst. " Commenced business March 18, 1901. Pioneer State Bank. Capital, $50,000, Fully Paid. Drafts Written. Foreign Exehtinge Sold. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Business Transacted. A share of your bubiuega bolicited. When In Need 0f.... LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, r POSTS, WOOD I OR *1 > COAL, LIME, IIAIR, CEMENT, BRICK, PAPER, SASH, r 1 : . DOORS, CALL ON GLASS. White River Lumber Company. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. A Full Line of the Piano Mfg. Co.'s Harvesting Machinery and Extras... Thejones Lever Binder has been in the lead since its introduction and is now further ahead than ever. G. W. BASSET T, Agent. Washtucna, Wash. "on the i-QUAgil SOESBE AND JQHANSON, a CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. gp GENERAL JOBBING. If you are thinking of building and want your home to suit you in price, design Mr 7W- qH /W and wo kmanship, let ub furnish plana K f I 0 f jj-— and si edificatio...

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. — 4 December 1901

VOL. IV. NO. 44. * QILSON & THOMPSON, Publishers and Proprietors. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Present..... Theodore Roosevelt CABINET. Secretary of State John Hay, Ohio Secretary of „ L Becretary of \Var..Ellhu Root. New York Secretary of Navy...John D. Long, Mass Attorney General..Philander C. Knox. Pa Postmaster General.Charles E. Sraitli. Pa. ,#Cre . tirr .■ 'A. 'Hitchcock, *Mo. B * C "^ y . ,° f . .^!?"! t . U "jame.'WlVson. la UNITED STATES SENATORS. Addison G. Foster .Tacoma George Turner Spokane REPRESENTATIVES. Wesley L. Jones. North Yaklmu W. Cushman Tacoma STATE. Governor John R. Rogers Lieutenant Governor H. G. Mcßride Secretary of State S. H. Nichols Treasurer C. W. Maynard Auditor J. D. Atkinson Attorney General W. B. Stratton Land Commissioner ..Samuel A. Calvert Supt. of Public Instruction...R. B. Bryan State Printer Gwln Hicks Surveyor General Wm P. Watson U. 8. Marshal Clarence Ide U. S. District Attorney W. R. Gay State Librarian Herbert Bashford Warden State Penitenti...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 4 December 1901

IDE ADAMS COUNTY NEWS A weekly journal devoted to tbe interests of: Ritzviile and Adams county in par ticular and the whole earth in general Always Regular, Readable.Reliable, Republican ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the Postcffiee at Ritzviile, Adams , County. Wash,, as Second Clasamail matter. I Subscription price fl 50. per yoir; ai\ mofttha #1.00. No subscription taken (or less than six ' youths. EDGAR DKWkTT GILSON* EDITOR AND MANAGER J. RAY THOMPSON, ASSOCIATE EDI|TQS LAIJO.K OMNIA VINCIT. I'Stand for the Flag and what it-stands for— Equality, Frateratty, litoway." JRITZVILLE, DECEMBER 4, 1901J The new president ol tbe United States has delivered an able and con servative message to the Fifty-seventh congress, »ow assembled. It is clear and concise, a masterful instrument, written by fehafc scholarly man,.and by toimself alone. Theodore Roosevelt, from present indications, proves him self equal fco the great emergency which has been so- suddenly and un expectedly thrust u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 4 December 1901

a.L TOPICS. | Spokane, a Nortli brakeman, wag in accident at the depot here .ay evening. He wan running if when Iris foot be -1 in the track at a cross es: wore, severely crushed e pilot before the engine could pped. Dr. Burroughs, the com physician at this point attended njured man, who was afterwards n to the company's hospital at 30uU, Mont., for further treatment. M. KaufTman is qualifying him f as city scavenger by fitting up vgons and all other necessary para lernalia whereby lie will be equipped - any emergency in that line of uusiness. This will be an accommo dation greatly appreciated by our townspeople, who have heretofore ex perienced so much trouble in getting someone to perform this labor. James C. Hammond, accompanied by his wife, spent last week visiting at Thompson Falls, Mont., their former home. While there he took a hunt ing trip for a couple of days in the mountains and besides bagging a quantity of small game, brought down * fine six-point buck and the splendid ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 4 December 1901

f —V Tt Pure Drugs h * - and! RitZVllle .Chemicals. Drue Store O Patent Medicine®, Perfumery, ' Toilet and Fancy Goods, Oils, Brusl 68, Paints and Glass ROSENOFF& CO. Books, Stationery, jkT Wall Paper. Special at ten lion given to mm physicians' prescriptions and \ family recipes. J. M. BATTEN. T. M. I!KICK U. S. Commissioner. — | ...Land Hatton - J Government or deeded —Raw or in cultivation. =£ Fire ami Life T n cnranr«> written in leading !3 Notary work. XlloLllctilCC companies... For information call on or address 55 BRUCE & BATTEN, Land Agents, hatton, Washington. 7im The Pacific Hotel, MARGRAF and RINGLE, Props. This popular hostelry has been refitted and refurnished and is now a first-class resort in every respect. The (Juisine department is under the management of that chief of caterers, Mr. Margraf, who spares no ex pense to supply all the market affords. When in town make my house your home. Prices Are Reasonable. Service First-Class. Harris Bros., r^ L p Farmer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 11 December 1901

VOL. IV. NO. 45. GILSON A THOMPSON, Publishers and Proprietors. Offices: Rooms 5 and 6 second floor Pioneer State Bunk building, corner Sec ond and E streets. Telephone No. 254. Adve.ttslng rates may be asce:tained at the office. None but ttrst class advertise ments will be Inserted. All papers continued until an order is received for discontinuance and until all arrearages are paid. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the paper If you wish and say what you have to say In your own vay. We'll fix It up. The editorial policy of the News is to say what it thinks, without worrying about consequences, and correspondents may safely observe a similar suspension of rules. Anonymous communications will not be recognized. You all know what our paper is—a gem —practical, progressive—a clean, honest, useful paper—full of gumption, full of sunshine, with an Immense circulation among the best people everywhere. As a progressive ci lzen you oug...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 11 December 1901

i m cm mi A weekly journal devoted to I lie interests, pf Kitzville an<l Ad.uu* county in par ticular Mild the vvUole earth in general Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republic** ISSt'ED KVKKY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the I'ostcfiice at Ritzvilje, Adams County. W'Hhb.. as Second riass mail matter. Subscription price fl 50 per yeir;*i/t months 41 0. No subscription taken for less than six ,2iionths. EDGAR DEWITT GILSOM. EDITOR AND MANAGER. J. RAY THOMPSON, ASSOCIATE BOITOR. LABOR OMNIA VINCIT. »» ■ "Stand for the Flag and what it stands for— Equality, Fraternity, Liberty." KITZVILLE, DECEMBER 11, 1901. One of the best ways to help others is to help ourselves to be our best. Patience is bitter but its fruit is .sweet. Time works wonders in hu jnan possibilities, and the reward of waiting is success. That the public streets should be .opened and cleared of all obstruction and the thoroughfares put in condi tion for travel is a question that ad mits of no argument, and the time to do...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 11 December 1901

CAL TOPICS. Miller of Oakeedale, accom by his son-in-law, Alfred i. came over fiom August „'s horse ranch Friday on home. He was astonished measure at the great change velopment in the city and eur •ling country sincc lie moved / eight years ago. He had lived ten years and like many others j .me so poor lie could hardly get of the county. He is now a pros ous farmer and worth $30,000. \ H. Spalding, the attorney, who . been holding down his homestead i west of town, was kicked under .e chin by a wild horse last Wed nee ay at the Bauer ranch and the gen enian says he now knows how it eels to be knocked out. The wound as dressed by the doctors here Thursday and the lawyer is now car rying his under jaw in a sling. The Ladies of the Maccabees in egular session in Greene's hall last •vening electcd the following officers for the ensuing term: Com., Lillie Peters; L. C., Nora Edwards; R. K., L.izzie Greene; F. K., Augusta Harris; Chap , E!la Bailey; Sergt, May Her vey; M. at A., Addie Fe...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 11 December 1901

N H. GREENE. Prea O H. GREENE. Cmhfer. K J C. E. SHIPMAN, Vice-Pren. W. H. Martin, Asm. " WCj J Commenced business March 18, 1901. <5^ | Pioneer State Bank. Capital, $50,000, Fully Paid. jpi Drafts Written. Foreign Exchange Sold. Interest Paid on Time Deposits! ;-5 General Banking Business Transacted. 5* *5 A share of your business bolieited. S® When In Need 0f.... LUMBER, I,ATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, r POSTS, WOOD OR COAL, LIME. HAIR, CEMENT, BIUCK, PAPER, SASH, DOORS, CALL ON GLASS, White River Lumber Company. OUR PRICES ARE RIQHT. A Full Line of the Piano Mfg. Co.'s Harvesting Machinery and Extras... The Jones Lever Binder has been in the lead since its introduction and is now further ahead than ever. G. W. BASSET T, Agent. Washtucna, Wash. ON THE squAwe" SOES6E AND JOHN, I CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. IP GENERAL JOBBING. If you are thinking of building and want yourhoute to suit you iu price, design Mr /■r oti and wo kmanship, lot us furnish plans JT ( T Y aii'i a educations. We ...

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. — 18 December 1901

VOL- IV. NO. 4G. GII'SOX Jfc THOMPSON, Publishers and Proprietors. Offices: Rooms 5 and 6 second floor Pioneer State Bunk building, corner Sec ond and E streets. Telephone No. 154 Advertising rates may be asceitaineu at the office. None but first class advertise ments will be inserted. All papers continued "until an order is received for discontinuance and until all arrearages are paid. Correspondence from neighboring town> will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the paper If you wish and say what you have to say in your own way. "We'll fix it up. The editorial policy of the News is to say What it thinks, without worrying consequences, and correspondents may safely observe a similar suspension of rules. Anonymous communications will not be recognized. You all know what our paper Is—a gem —practical, progressive—a clean, honest, useful paper—full of gumption, full of •uißhlne, with an immense circulation among the best people everywhere. As a progressive citizen you ou...

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 December 1901

THE ADAMS COUNTY NEWS A weekly journal devoted to the interests of Kitzvilie and Adams county in par ticular and the whole earth in general Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the Postrffice at Ritzville, Adams County. Wash., as Second ( lass mail matter. Subscription price $1.50 per ye ar; six months •1 'H>. No subscription taken for less than six months. EDGAR DEWITT CILSON. EDITOR AND MANAGER. J. RAY THOMPSON, ASSOCIATE EDITOR. LABOR OMNIA VINCIT. "Stand for the Flag and what it stands for— Equality, Fraternity, Liberty." KITZVILLE, DECEMBER 18, 1901. DO YOUR TRADING AT HOME. Why is it that some people persist in sending to a mail order house for a greater p art °' their purchases? Often they know nothing concerning the house except some advertisement seen in a Second-rate magazine issued for the advertising accruing to fakes and quacks. It may be they have catalogued before them an at ray of prices astonishingly low, but what as s...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 18 December 1901

L, TOPICS, t 'ilbert, superintendent of on of the Northern Pacific, .( that the depot will be ixt year to where the ils now stand. A strong juld be made for a new depot ind appropriate and in keep i the town and its volume of oess. Ritzville is entitled to an Ilent and commodious depot in .hange for a sixty thousand dollar siness per month, but she will not , it without asking. Jug Prof. Dodo, the famous legerde lin and glight-of-hand contortion t, to be present at the Ritzville band air the first week in January. You ;an catch fish where they bite, frolic ith Japanese maidens galore, spend our money at the booths as fast as 'ou wish, and be assured that no kind act of yotir life will be forgotten as "ong as it is remembered, by Madame roleaux, the world's renowned for tune teller. The reception to be given Friday evening in the Manhattan club rooms an<f to be followed by a banquet at Tefft's cate, promises to be an enjoy able affair. Prof. James Austin and orchestra are to play ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 18 December 1901

C~-r-r 4 Pure Drugs % Th e AND % Ritzville .Chemicals. | Drug Store M „, ld „ e , „ 'ioiletand Fancy Goods, Oils, Brushes, Paints and (iluss ROSEN OF F & CO. 3 ~ Books, 2* Stationery, jtr Wall Paper. r WW Special attention given to mm physicians' prescriptions ami family recipes. J. M. BATTKN. T. M. BIIUCIS 1 • S. I'omiitiNNioitrr. | ...Land near Hatton -1 Government or deeded —Raw or in cultivation. ~ s: Fire and Life T-, written in leading 3 Notary work. liloLJlclilCC companies... * — For information call on or address BRUCE & BATTEN, Land hatton, washinqton. The Pacific Hotel, MARGRAF and RINGLE, Props. This popular hostelry has l>een refitted and refurnished and is now a first-class resort in every respect. The Cuisine department is under .the management of that chief of caterers, Mr. Margraf, who spares no ex pense to supply all the market affords. When in town make my house your home. Prices Are Reasonable. Service First-Class. ...When in town visit... "S "Harry's P...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 25 December 1901

IV. NO. 47. " & THOMPSON, Publishers «nd Proprietor*. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. nldcnt. ... Theodore Roosevelt CABINET. -retary of State John Hay, Ohio retary ol Treasury rela * Lyman J. Gage. lIL retary ot War..Ellhu Root, New York llltsy of Navy...John D. Long. Mas. General..Philander C. Knox. Pa. (Htmaster General.Charles E. Smith, Pa. i«r.tary of IlU< jT^' n "A.' Hitchcock, Mo. I. UNITED STATES SENATORS. Addison G. Foster George Turner Spokane REPRESENTATIVES. Wesley L. Jones North Yakima F. W. Cushman » Tacoma STATE. Governor Lieutenant Governor H. G. Mcßrt-ie Secretary of State S. H. Nichols Treasurer C. W. Maynard Auditor J- D. Atkinson Attorney General W. B. Stratton Land Commissioner ..Samuel A. Calvert Supt. of Public Instruction...R. B. Bryan State Printer Gwln Hicks Surveyor General Wm P. Watson U. S. Marshal Clarence Ide U. S. District Attorney W- R. Gay State Librarian Herbert Bashford Warden State Penitentlar> —J B. Catron Sup't Insane Asylum, Medical Lake ..J. D....

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 25 December 1901

1 ADAMS COUNTY NEWS A weekly journal devoted to the interests of KitzviUe and Adams county in par ticular and the whole earth in general Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the Postcffice at Ritzville, Adams County. Wash., as Second Clam mail matter. Subscription price ft.so per ye*r; six months #1 °0. No subscription taken for less than six juonths. EDGAR DEWITT GILSON. EDITOR AND MANAGER. J. RAY THOMPSON, ASSOC* AT E IDITOR. LABOR OMNIA VINCIT. "Staqd for the Flag and what itsiands for— Equality, Fraternity, Liberty." RITZVILLE, DECEMBER 25, 1901 Appreciating tbe liberal patronage And earnest encouragement extended to us by our business men and citizens in general, whereby this paper has grown and become one of the business concerns that has come to stay, we as sure our friends that we are most grateful for their continued support and many favors. We hope and ex pect to have the endorsement of all good people, and will in future, as in...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 25 December 1901

sTj for ,wIOQ. Jerry, ring tb« cold *y , First ealen | iid society of' the M. ted 970 by their fair , frosty weather now treated a stir in wood s. i the King Mercantile g a week's vacation, , at Spokane. »nd accurate scales has just lalleA at the yards of the St. I Tacoma Lumber Co. ighly creditable statement of ,t National Bank of this city is id in our issue of today. "ertie Low was in the city •k on the way lor a holiday i her parents at Cora, Idaho. grouty was transacting busi t week at the new bank at of which he is the vice presi /oarrison brothers, represent ee farmers frcm the Hatton country, business at the county seat riday. Goo. T. Summers, the liveryman, is among other Ritzville visitors at i*Hy by the falls during the past ' ie ' .lays. !W |rs. Stella Reynolds, the milliner, M .ie over from Seattle Saturday for a fiiort visit with friends here and in Spokane. Joseph Vostral and wife will leave omorrow for Glenco, Minn., for a •note's visit with relatives and '"rietts. ■...

Publication Title: Adams County News
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