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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 5 March 1902

T r f Pure Drugs he _ Ritzvill e .Chemicals. Drug Store Toilet and Fancy Goods, Oils, Brushes, Paints "and Glass ROSENOFF & CO. Books, Stationery, y Wall Paper. Special attention given to ft physicians' prescriptions and family recipes. J. H. BATTEN. T. M. BRUCE. U. 8. Commissioner. ...Land near Hatton - Government or deeded —Raw or in cultivation. Fire and Life T r , cl)Mn »» written in leading Notary work. lUSUrallCe companies... For information call on or address BRUCE & BATTEN, Land Agents, HATTON, WASHINOTON. The Pacific Hotel, MARGRAF and RJNGLE, Props. This popular hostelry has been refitted and refurnished and is now a first-class resort in every res|>ect. 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. A first-class hostelry, unexcelled couisine. Attentive waiters, splendid service. Hotel...

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. — 12 March 1902

$1.50 PElt ANNUM. Gll/SON A THOMPSON, Publisher* und Proprietors. Offices: Rooms 5 ano 5 cocond floor Pioneer State Bank building, corner Sec ond and E streets. Telephone No. 154. AdveitLlng rates may be ascertained at the office. None but first class advertise ment}) 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 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 wii. not be recognized. You all know what our paper is—a gem —practical, progressive—a clean, honest, useful paper—full of gumption, full ol sunshine, with an Immense circulation among the best people everywhere. As a progressive cLlzen you oug...

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. — 12 March 1902

i us mm tm A weekly journal devoted to the interests of Ritzville and Adams county in par tlcular and the whole earth in general Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the Postcfiice at Ritzville, Adams County. Wash., as Second class moil matter. Auijftcriptimi price ?1 SO per yetr; six months *i t«v No subscription taken for less than six Months. EDGAR DEWITT CILSON. EDITOR AND MANAGER. J. RAY THOMPSON, ASSOCIATE BDITOR. LABOII OMNIA VINCIT. "Stand for the Flag and what it stands tor- Equality, Fraternity, Liberty." RITZVILLE, MARCH 12, 1902. Success comes to the man who waits, provided he hustles while he waits. It may net be any easier to coax a Woman than to drive her, but it is a great deal safer. It is the things that people don't find out about a popular man that 'makes him popular. It is not noticed tliut the Common "er has made editorial suggestion as advocating the increased coinage of '«"ggs. If the gamblers in Seattle want to ga...

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. — 12 March 1902

CAL TOPICS. C. tt''jjHi'H of 613 Hinmaii », Evanaton, Ills, is anxious to ain the wh«reub>uta of Miss •i«u. e. N Ely. 41), 5 lei 4 * 3 nohjKH in height, ver> thin weight* bout 100 pounds, dark brrnvn b iir .nd eyea, a music teach *» ANo Frank E Rogers, 14 year* of 5 «et 2, weight 80 pounda, brown hair ninety**, left handed. A large trd awaits iuform.itiur. leading to jovery of one or both They di»ap »ar«l from their home in Evauston July 13. 1901, and nothing lihs been heard from tliem since. L. Schmidt and tiro sons, A. M. ind Julius F., arrived yesterday morn ing Irnm Eldorndo Springs, M i. Tliey •re engaged in nieican'tile pursuits there and have come west to see the eouati-y and possibly select a new loca tion where the altitude is high and dry. They hail from the home town of W P. Taylor, the grocer, a friend . they have known for a life time. They have a good impression of Washington State' so far as they have traveled. The creditable statement of the First National Bank...

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. — 12 March 1902

T i Pure Drugs " —AND RitZVllle .Chemicals. Stol*2 Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet and Fancy Goods, Oils, Brushes, Paints and Glass.... ROSENOFF& CO. Books, Stationery, jjr Wall Paper. iff Special attention given to mm physicians 1 prescriptions and £ *■» j family recipes. 11l ill ill Til ill 111 111 ill ill ill ill "II 111 ill ill il» ill ill 111 111 111 ill in 111 J. M. BATTEN. T. 31. BRUCE U. 8. Com in imm i oner. ...Land ntarHattop - Government or deeded —Raw or in cultivation. Fire and Life T f-* c 3 written in leading Notary work. companies... For information call on or address BRUCE & BATTHN, Land Agents, HATTON, WASHINGTON. The Pacific Hotel, MARGRAF and RiIMJ-LE, Props. This popular hostelry has been refitted and refurnished an<l 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. Price...

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. — 19 March 1902

$1.50 PER ANNUM. aiLSON & THOMPSON, Publishers Mid Proprietors. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. President Theodore Roosevelt CABINET. Secretary of State John Hay. Ohio Secretary of Treasury Leslie M. Shaw, lowa Secretary of War..Klihu Root. New York Secretary of Navy...John D. Long. Mass Attorney General..Philander C. Knox, Pa. Postmaster General Henry Jrfayne Secretary of Interior • Ethan A. Hitchcock,/ Mo. Secretary of Apiculture. T James Wilson, la UNITED STATES SENATORS. Addison Q. Foster flSmKn? George Turner REPRESENTATIVES. Wesley U Jones North Yakima f. W. Cushman Tacoma STATE. Governor Henry Mcßride Secretary of State S. H. Nichols Treasurer C. W. Maynard Auditor J- Atkinson Attorney General W. 11. Strattun Land Commissioner ..Samuel A. Calvert Bupt. of Public Instruction...R. B. Bryan State Printer wm°p' Watson Surveyor General Wn> P. Watson u. S. Marshal C. 13. Hop Kins U. S. District Attorney. .......W.R. Gay State Librarian .••••••...Herbert Bashford Warden State Penltentlar...

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. — 19 March 1902

JHE ADAMS COUNTY HEWS A weekly Journal devoted to the interests of Ritxvilleand Adams county In par ticular and the whole earth in general Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican ISSUKCf EVERY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the Postcfiiee »it Kitzville. Adams County. W i-di,, ns Second class mail matter. Subscription price |1 50 per ye ir; six months *1 00. No subscription taken for less than six Juoufhs. EDGAR DEWiTT GILSON, EDITOR AND MANAGER. J. RAY THOMPSON, ASSOCIATE EDITOR. LABOR OJINIA YINCIT. w r "Stanrt tor the Flagatirt what It stands tor- Equality, Fraternity, Liberty." RITZVILLE, MARCH 19, 1902. A little poker now and then is apt to break the best of men. Wise is he who knows where his knowledge ends and his ignorance be gins. There is not a "For Sale"' or "For pent" visible to the naked eye in the town. On the 26tli of £pril the Odd Fel- Jows will celebrate the 83rd annivers ary of the founding of their excellent order. The day will be observed throughout the civilized co...

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. — 19 March 1902

LOCAL TOPICS. WWWWW w w w w William L. Griiman, accompanied by his wife, has been visiting his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs H. E. Gritman, for the past week, renewing acquaintances and taking a look at the old town which they had not seen for eleven years. Thev left Saturday morning over the Northern Pacific for Wardner. where the only sister, Mrs. Dr. Magee (nee Miss Blanche Grit man), now resides. From there they go to Palouse for a visit with the ageing parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gage 8. Gritman, who were among the pioneer settlers of Adams county The gentleman for many years has been one of the trusted pursers in the employ of the steamship companies whose boats ply the waters of Puget eound, a position which he Btill re tains. Their furlough runs until April Ist. Keisey <fc Batten of the strong three ply team of real estate agents, just opening up at Hatton and Lind .quietly stepped in on us Monday. ,Like successful business men they gave little or no information in regard to 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. — 19 March 1902

/" —v T< Pure Drugs " —A N D Ritzvill e .Chemicals. StOre Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet and Fancy Goods, Oils, Brushes, Paints and Glass ROSENOFF& CO. Books, Stationery, jgf Wall Paper. Special attention given to #■ physicians' prescriptions and family recipes. iw wwwwwmmHMirwMnir wmiiMiniimiiniMiMinii : J. M. BATTEN. T. M. BRUCE r. S. C'ouimlMftloner. ...Land near Hatton - Government or deeded —Raw or in cultivation. I Fire and Life written in leading Notary work. lnSUiciliCC companies... For information call on or address : BRUCE & BATTEN, Land A s ents ' hatton, Washington. The Pacific Hotel, MARGRAF and RJNGLE, Props. This popular hostelry has been refitted and refurnished and is now a first-elass 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. A first-class host...

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. — 26 March 1902

$1.50 PER ANNTM. gilson & r. .»«vso>\ Publtubrn und proprietors. Offi «• 7* irmr " d-j » second floor Pallor State LUI. building, cor ".or Sec ond and E Telephony No. 164. Ad.e ti ing ra.es may be a.ce.ta.ned at the office. None but tiist class advertise ments will be Inserted. All papers continutd until an order Is received for dl-'c and antil all , arrearages are paid. r Correspondence fiom neighboring town will be cheerfu.ly received. Write on both sides of the paper if you wish ana say what you have to say In your own Wr'li fix it up. ihe edit-rial policy of the News is to »fv what it ih.nks, without worrying ** «>out consequences, and correspondents ay sr.fely observe a similar suspension of rules Anonymous communication.* win nc te recognized. on all know what our paper la—a gem —practical, progressive—a clean, honest, useful paper—full of gumption, full ol sunshine, with an Immense circulation among the b st people everywhere. As a P" • 'Milve d lien you ought to ta...

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. — 26 March 1902

IADIS CODHIY NEWS ▲ weekly Journal devoted to the interests of Ritxvilleand Ad.iniscounty in par ticular and the whole earth in general Always Rej;u'ar, Readable.Reliable, Republican ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the Postffiice at lUttville, Adams County. Wafii., as Second Class mail matter. Subscription price $1 50 per yeir; six inonihs tl m>. No subscription taken lor less than six luouths. EDGAR DEWITT GILSON. EDITOR AND MANAGER. J. RAY THOMPSON, ASSOCIATE EDITOR. LABOII OMNIA VINCIT. "Stand for the Flag and what Itsiamls for— Equality, Fraternity, Liberty." RITZVILLE, MARCH 26, 1902. Save up the hen fruit. Next Sun day is Easter. A farmer figures that one dog costs as much for keeping as 60 liens; 60 liens will lay in a year 600 dozen eggs, worth aay $90. Now will some one figure out what the profit would be in transforming all the dogs in this city and vicinity into hens. The superintendent of schools in Reading, Pa., has officially informed the teachers under him that ...

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. — 26 March 1902

XOCAL TOPICS. At the Hotel Spokane April 12, the state Democracy will hold council and a banquet for the good of the or der. Tributes will he piid to the memory of Jefferson, and Senator Turner will make a guess as to how things will pan out this fall. Adams county will berepre-ent'd by S. G Wel v-. Jer and Joe Milam, the litter being now a member of the legislature from this county. As no mention is made of the populist, social, silver-repub lican and other parties it is supposed they will all be democrats tiiis year. Clyde Smith, who is an old timer of Adams county, having spent nearly all his life here, was up from Hatton ' Thursday, where he is npw improving f oue of the best homesteads in that [ section, upon which he expects to make his permauent home. Mr. Smith was formerly engaged in the livery business in this man's town with Geo. T. Summers, and for some time had charge of the Hatton branch <A the King Mercantile Co's. hard ware store at that point. Hatton has a new acq...

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. — 26 March 1902

C N p rv Tt rure Drugs e —AND — Ritzvill e .Chemicals. Drug Store p atent Mpdicineoi Perfumery, Toilet and Fancy Goods, UII3, BrusLes, Faints "and Glass ROSEN OF F & CO. Books, Stationery, jjf Wall Paper. Special attention given to ft piiynicians l prescriptions and family recipes. Mill Mi 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 Ml HI 111 111 111 111 111 111 HI 111 111 111 lllli I J. M. B \TTEV. T. M. BRUCE : - V. 8. Commissioner. Z ...Land near Hatton -1 Government or deeded —Raw or in cultivation. = - Fire and Life written in leading I Notary work. IQSUIcinCC companies... - - For information call on or add'eas : : BRUCE & BATTEN, Land Agents. HATTON. WASHINGTON. : The Pacific Hotel, MARGRAF and RiNGLE, Props. Thi« popular hostelry has been refitted and refurnished and is now a first-class resort in e\e»y respect. The IHiisine 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 ...

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. — 2 April 1902

#1.50 PER ANNUM. > aiLSON & THOMPSON, Publishers and Proprietor*. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. President Theodure Roosevelt CABINET. Secretary of State John Hay. Otto ■ fiecretary of Treasury • • r Leslie M. Shaw, lowa ■ItecreLary of War..Elihu Root, New York 'Secretary of Navy...John D. Long, Mass "Attorney General..Philander C. Knox, Pa. Poftmaster General Henry C. Payne Secretary of Interior Ethan A. Hitchcock, Mo. Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson, la UNITED STATES SENATORS. Addison G. Foster .Tacoma Qecrge Turner Spokane representatives. Wesley L. Jones North Yakima (P. W. Cushman Tacoma STATE. Governor Henry Mcßride Bef»*'-tary of State S. H. Nichols Treasurer C. W. Maynard Auditor J- !>• Atkinson Attorney General W. B. Stratton Land Commissioner ..Samuel A. Calvert Supt. of Public Instruction...R- B. Bryan State Printer .....Gwin Hicks Surveyor General \\ m P. Watson U. S. Marshal C. B. Hopkins U. S. District Attorney. W. It. Gay State Librarian Herbert Bash ford Warden ...

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. — 2 April 1902

1 ADAMS Mil! NEWS A weekly journal devoted to the interest® of RiuvlM»> and Adams county in par ticular and the whole earth in general Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Entered at the Postrfiice at Kitzville, Adams < »..inty. Watdi., as Second flats mail matter. tiubM-r!ption price $1.50 per yeir; six months fl u<». No hubscription taken for less than six inoiiths. EDGAR DEWITT GILSON, EDITOR AND MANAGER. J. RAY THOMPSON. ASSOCIATE EDITOR. LABOR OMNIA VINCIT. "Stand for the Flag and what It stands for— Equality, Fraternity, Liberty." KITZVILLE, APKIL 2, 1902. Off For the "States." For the next forty days we will be absent from the h.uiuU which have known 11s so long. With our better Jwe will join the press Representa tives from Oregon, Washington and Idaho, leaving Portland April 10th, for the National Kditorial Association meeting at Hot Springs, Ark., con evening on the 15th inst. While away '•we expect to chatter with the Creole at th...

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. — 2 April 1902

LOCAL TOPICS. Geo. Luoas, a thirty-year resident of this section, with headquarters on Cow creek, will soon leave on an ex tended visit through the attractive portions of the Golden state, remain ing for a time at Sacramen'o. The - old westerner has always followed the • stock business with unsocial success His presence in town last Saturday, clad in blanket breeches, leathern belt, army shirt, canvas coat and wide sombrero, recalled the incident which will be remembered by some of the pioneers of the 70's when Lucas and some of his followers donned Indian costume and with painted faces ap peared upon the high hills in a hostile manner intended to frighten the scat tering emigrants across the border and out of the country. But the sturdy adventurers were made of sterner stuff, and when their rifles be *—. gan to crack on the clear morning air the Confederate red skins hiked for tall timber. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mustard drove up Monday from Washtucna, that thriving burg thirty miles so...

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. — 2 April 1902

T< j Pure Drugs h A ND RitZ Ville .Chemicals. StOre Patent Medicine", Perfumerv, Toilet and Fancy Goods, Uils, Brushes, Paints and Glass.... ROSEN OF F & CO. ! Books, Stationery, Jtr Wall Paper. < Special attention given to mm physicians' prescriptions and i I iaruily recipes. J If you are going to build call on the J St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. We carry the most complete line of building mater ial in Adams County. Satisfaction garanteed. T. W. HOWELL, Your patronage solicited. LOCAL MQR. The Pacific Hotel, j MARGRAF and RiNGLE, Props. I Tbi« popular hostelry has been refitted and refurnished and is now a % first-class resort in e\e»v 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 1 your home. Prices Are Reasonable. Service First-Class. • A first-class hostelry, unexcelled couisine. Attentive waiters, splendid service. Hotel Ritzvil...

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. — 9 April 1902

$1.50 PET* ATOQM. CH.SOX * THOMPSON, Pnbll.lker. und proprietor#. Offices: Rooms 6 and 6 second floor p:onoc-r State Bunk, building, corner Sec ond and E streets. Telephone No. 154. Adveiti-lns rales may be a:.ce.tained at the office None but tlrst cloas advertise ments wlit bo inserted. All pupcis continued until an order is r received for discontinuance and until all arrearagee are paid. Correspondence from neighboring town? will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the paper If you wish and eay what you have to say in your own way. We'll fix It up. The editorial policy of the News Is to •sv 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 clilzen y...

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. — 9 April 1902

I m Will NEWS A weekly journal devoted to the interests of liitzvilie nnd AdaniA ronnty in par titular hji'l the whole earth in general Always Regulcr, Readable, Reliable, Republican t.-St KD Ct'BRY WEDNESDAY. Entered »ii tin- I'oftrtSce at Ritzville, Adams Couuiy. Witf-li., a* Second Class mail matter. Niti.H'i■:p»i*«n price $1.50 per ye*r; six months fi (H>. No uuLscriptioo taken for less than six jttotiths. EDGAR DEWITT CILSON, L D ITOR ANO MANAGER. J. RAY THOMPSON. ASSOC'ATE EDITOR. LABOII OMNIA V IXC IT. "Stand for the Flag and what It stands for— Equality. Fraternity, Liberty." RITZVILLE, APRIL 9, 1902. A farm without fruit nnd modern improvements is but a finger board pointing the children toward town. It's a good thing for a young fellow to try to make his mark in the w >rld so long as he doesn't use red paint or mud in d«»ing it. That eastern woman who says she has a livj mouse in her stomach, should swallow a cat, being careful to hold onto its tail so she can recall...

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. — 9 April 1902

LOCAL TOPICS. CoL and Mrs. D. J. Zent are in Buffalo where they arc sojourning for * short time, and a little later will go on to Vermont, thence on south, re turning home in about six weeks. Mr. Zent is having splendid sacccss in placing large orders for the product of the famous Jeff :rsou marble mine at Colville, in whien himself, W. W. Zent, Sam Hutchinson, Ed Hill, S. Ott, G. H. Kanzlor, L. M. W. H. Tuggle, W. W. Kiny, J. E, Prouty »nd others are interested. Geo. W. Root of Rochester, Minn., »nd Geo. W. Browu of Spokane, brother and brother-in-law of the late Lafayette Root, came down Saturday tor a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zimmerman and oth.fr friends. The remains of Mr. Root lie embalm';l it] Spokane and will be interred In » eveland, Minn., instead of Roches ter, as s'nted in last week's issue. R. N. Thompson, a stockman near Washtucna, spent Friday in the city. The gentleman is clerk of School District No. 54, and says that their first school started Monday w...

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