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WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL
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Entered as second-class matter November 20,
1907. at the post office at Ritzville, Washinßton.
under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879.
Pt'BLISHKI) WKEKLY BY
JOURNAL-HEROLD PUBLISHING CO. (INC.)
J. M. Bennington,
Editor and Business Manager
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1907.
All communications must reach this
office not later than 3 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon. Any communications receiv
ed after that hour will be left over until
the following week, as our forms close
THE MYSTERY OF LIFE. 1
Old Job could not understand . the
mystery of the creation of a babe;
neither can the most learned professor ,
in the best scientific school of today. <
It is a mystery. The first birth passes '
comprehension; so does the new crea
tion which Jesus called "the new. j
birth." Nicodemus was confounded
by 'he words he heard, and the teach- ;
ing has been puzzling wise men and
simple hearted saints ever since. Of i
coiftse we can dimly see that it takes 1
a new spirit to live the new life; that j
a man can not apprehend heaven ex
pect by something heavenly within j
himself, any more than one can ap- <
reciate music without first possessing i
the spirit of music. i
An illustration of this truth oc- '
curred in one of our great cities not j
long ago. A young Irishman had ,
graduated from the pick and shovel <
into general contracting and politics,
and a great fortune. He still adhered 1
to his earlier simplicities of life, un
til Mrs. Grundy began to whisper into
his ear, and he set about building a .
palatial residence in the suburbs. When
it was finished and furnished he drove 1
out with his wife. The two went over
the mansion, the husband enthusiastic, '
the wife silent. The inspection over
the builder waited for Bridget's verdict
for the couple really bear the good old ■
country name of Bridget nd Michael. !
When the decision came it was start- '
ling, for the wife, after a lingering
look at the wonderful laundry with ;
which the establishment was furnished |
simply "Come on, Mike, let's !
go home." And "home" they are to- '
day, the mansion having been given I
to the archbishop for use as a boys'
school. There was nothing in the
couple's life to respond to the new
environment; they would have had to i
be born anew before they could (it <
that paradise. Similarly the kingdom
of heaven must enter a man before a i
man can enter the kingdom of ,
HOW TO BECOME RICH.
In order to become rich it is neces
sary merely to follow the perfectly i
simple procedure of any king of
Borrow all the money you can upon
the property you already own.
With the money buy more property.
Combine the two properties, float a
loan, and with the money buy a third
Merge the three properties, use the
merger as security for a loan, ahd
with the money buy another large
Consolidate this with the others,
select a board of directors, and autho
rize yourself to float twice as much
stock as there is.
Sell this stock, and with the money
buy five or six more properties.
Organize a holding company which '<
will carry the stocks of all the prop
You are now so wealthy and influ
ential that you do not need to make
any more loans.
Increase the stock of your properties
and sell bonds upon them.
Authorize yourself to buy every- \
thing in sight with this money.
Now you will have control of every*
thing; also you will have the say-so
in any number of subsidiary companies
and a controlling voice in eight or
nine insurance companies and na=
After this there doesn't seem to be
much for you to do except to get the
dyspepsia, get bald and prattle gently
about the excellence of moral prov
Pinesavle Carbonized acts like a
poultice, draws out inflamation and
poison. Antiseptic healing. For
chapped hands, lips, cuts, bums.
Sold by Emerson Drug Co
(From the Leader.)
W. F. Newland was down from Ritz
Harry Podrygal, until recently em
ployed at VanMarter's store, has gone
to Spokane to live.
Mrs. M. Beeler was down from Spo
kane this week for a few days' visit
with old time friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McNeil, of Twin
Falls, Idaho, are visiting friends in Lind.
v Epperson and Johnson, the contrac
tors, have finished their on the
Milwaukee and broke camp last Wed-1
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cheers left for
lowa last Monday night to spend about
two months visiting friends and rela
Labes & Co. will soon have electric
lights for their big store. They are
putting in a plant, the motiiTe power for
which will be a gasolene engine. The
dynamo installed will be large enough
to run 60 16-candle power lights.
Miss Dorothy Strong who has been
visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Kaupt, for the past three
weeks, left last Thursday for her home
in St. Paul, Minn.
Miss Maggie Linstrum and Miss Ma
mie Bophy, who attend school at Sprague
will spend the holiday vacation with
their parents in the Newland neighbor
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Simpson, who
live on the south side of town, lost their
six-months-old baby boy very suddenly
and unexpectedly last Saturday morn
ing. It was apparently all right when
the parents arose in the morning, and
an hour or so later the mother went to
the bedside and found the little one
dead. Heart failure was the cause of
death. The funeral took place Sunday.
August Labes gave a duck dinner at j
his home, three miles north of town,
Friday night of last week, in honor of
his birthday anniversary'. The guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Wetzel, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Labes, sr., Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Bierman and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Labes, jr.
Tom Fitzpatrick is down from Spo
kane for a few days' visit with his nu
merous friends in and around Lind. All
of the old-timers in this part of the
country know Tom. He lived here for
years, But left about six years ago for
Spokane and has made his home in that
city ever since.
Mrs. Haupt entertained a few of the
younger set for her neice, Miss Doro
thy Strong, Friday evening. Those
present were: Misses' Eighme Imus,
Ruby Alburty, Dorothy Strong, Messrs.
Dell Arnold, Clarence Ball, Syvan Ras
per and Freddie Haupt. Miss Irma Al
Warden News Notes
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Newland enter
tained a small party at flinch last Fri
day night. Those present were: Misses
Rose and Ella Reitz; Messrs. Otto Reitz,
A. Mandelburg, "Bobby'" Burns and
Smidi Ely. After the games were over,
dainty refreshments were served.
O. H. Rosenburg, of Ellensburg, was
a pleasant caller in our little burg last
Friday and Saturday.
Charles Epperson went to Lind, Mon
day, on business.
Joe Quinn spent a day at his ranch in
the Panhandle last week.
Dr. Harris is making arrangements to
have his store moved up close to the
center of the town. Jack Frost is at
work on the new foundation.
Mrs. Knottingham was a friendly call
er in the burg over Sunday.
The Crab Creek Lumber Co. opened
their yard here last week, with B. N.
Rivers, of Winona, Minn., as manager.
Charles Wadsworth is making exten
sive improvements to his livery barn,
and is now able to take care of his con
stantly increasing business better than
Joe Quinn is moving the office build
ing recently purchased from Mr. Mc-
Ginnis over to his restaurant, and will
i have it fitted up for a reading and writ
i ing room.
"Bobby" Burns killed a huge bob cat
one day last week, He took it to Lind
and sold it to a taxidermist there for
$5. Kill a few more, "Bobby," and rid
the community of these animals.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to me either by note or book
account, will kindly call and settle
same. J. M. BENNINGTON.
At Journal-Herold Office.
It will he unnecessary to go through
a painful, expensive operation for
Piles if you use ManZan. Put up in a
collapsible tube with nozzle, ready to
apply. For any form of piles, price
50c. Sold by Emerson Drug Co.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washington.
in and for Adams County
In the matter of the estate of Johanna Bunjrer.
Notice in hereby given that John Hunger. as
Administrator of the estate of Johanna Bunger.
deceased, has filed with the Clerk, his linal ac
counting, and all persons interested in said estate
are hereby notified to appear liefore the Court on
the tith day of January A. D. 19(18. at the hour of
10 o'clock in! the forenoon of said day. and then
and there show cause if any there lie. why said
accounting now on file should not be settled and
the administrator discharged.
JOHN BUNtiER. Administrator,
; 13.25x1-2 By Love)! & Davis, his Attorneys.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washingo n, j
In and for the County of Adams,
In the matter of the Estate of i
? Notice to credit- i
William H. Dowd, deceased * ors to file claims j
Notice is hereby given, that letters of adminis- ,
t ration on the estate of William H. Dowd, de
ceased. were granted to the undersigned, on the
sixteenth day of December, A. D., 1907, by the
said Superior Court.
All persons having claims against said estate, (
are required to present them, with the necessary j
vouchers, to me at the law office of John Truax,
in Ritzville. Adams County. Wash: igton, within i
one year after the date of this notice or they shall |
be forever barred.
Dated at Ritzville. Adams County. Wash., this |
eighteenth day of December. A. D. 191)7.
Administrator of the estate of j
1 15-08 William H. Dowd. deceased. |
In the Superior Court of Qie State of Washington I
In and for Adams County
In the matter of the Estate of i
Benjamin Franklin Bickford. /Notice of Settle-,
deceased ' ment of Final
Notice is hereby given that E. F. Bickford, Ad
ministrator of the estate of Benjamin Franklin
Bickford. deceased, has rendered and presented
for settlement to. and filed in the Superior Court
of Adams County. State of Washington, his final 1
account as such administrartor, and that on Mon- •
day. the twentieth day of January. 1908, at 10
o'clock a.m.. at the court room of said Superior
Court, in the town of Ritzville. in said Adams
County, has been duly appointed by said Superior
Court for the hearing and settlement of said final
account, at which time and place any person in
terested in said estate may appear and file his j
exceptions in writing to said final account and j
contest the same.
Witness: Hon. W. W. Zent. Judge of said Su- j
perior Court, and the seal of said Court hereunto I
affixed this 16th day of December, 1907,
S. D. DOUGLASS.
County Clerk and Ex-Officio j
Clerk of the Superior Court of Adams County, |
State of Washington. \
Attorney for Administrator.
1 15-08 Ritzville. Washington.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washington.
In and for the County of Adams
In the matter of the Estate of )
? Order to show
Sarah E. Ledbetter. deceased ' cause.
This matter coming on regularly to be heard be- ,
fore me in open court this 10th day of De
cember. 19**7, verified petition of C. C.
Ledbetter. Administrator of the above entitled
estate, filed herein, tfi sell certain real estate be
longing to said estate, which real estate is situ
ated in the County of Adams and the State of
Washington, and is particularly described as fol
lows. to-wit: The Southwest quarter of Section
fourteen , in Township eighteen , North,
of Range thirty-one (31). East of Willamette Me
ridian. in order to pay the charges and expenses
against said estate, the interest on the mortgage
indebtedness and the costs and charges of admin
istration of said estate, and it appearing to the
Court that there is no personal property or money
in the hands of the administrator belonging to
said estate witfc which to pay said costs and
expenses of administration and that Tt will
be necessary to sell or mortgage either the whole
or some portion of said real estate for the pur
pose of paying said charges and expenses against
said estate, the interest on the mortgage indebted
ness and the costs and charges of the adminis
tration of said estate, and said petition appearing
regular and in due form and according to law in
all respects, and the Court lieing duly and fully
advised in the premises.
It is now hereby ORDERED, that on Monday,
the <Joth day of Jan., 1908. in the above entitled
court at the County Court House in Ritzville,
Adams County. Washington, at the hour of ten
o'clock, a.m.. of said day. lie and the same is here
by named as the time and place when and where
there will be a hearing upon said petition to sell
said real estate and it is further ORDERED, that
any and all persons interested be and appear at
the aforesaid time and place and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition sshould not be
granted by this court.
And it is also further ORDERED, that service 1
of this ordep be made by publication of the same
fo»- four Successive weeks in the Washington
State Journal, a newspaper of general circulation
in the County of Adams and State of Washington
and published at Ritzville in said County and
State, and is also ordered.that a copy of this order
be served personally upon the Guardian Ad Litem
for the minor heirs of the said Sarah E. Ledbetter.
deceased, to be appointed by this court ana that
personal service of said order be made upon said
Guardian Ad Litem not later than ten days prior
to said 20th day of January, 1908.
By the Court this 16th day of December, 1907.
W. W. ZENT.
Witness: — S. D. Douglass, County Clerk and
Clerk of the Superior Court in and for the County
of Adams and State of Washington, and the seal
of said court affixed this 16th day of December.
Attorney for Administrator,
1 15-08 Ritzville, Wash.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washington
In and for Adams County
In the matter of the Estate of I xim ir>v
Notice is hereby given that Louisa Raugust,
Administratrix of the Estate of Christian Rau
gust. deceased, has filed in the Superior Court of
the State of Washington, the final accounting of
her acts and doings as such Administratrix, and
asks that the said Final Accounting be settled,
and that the real estate belonging to the de
ceased. be distributed according to law.
NOW. THEREFORE. Notice is hereby given
to all parties concerned, that on Monday the 6th
day of January. A. D.. 1908. the Final Account of
the said Administratrix will come on for settle
ment, and the real estate remaining in the hands
of the said Administratix will be distributed
among the heirs in accordance with law,
And it is further ordered that notice of the said
Final settlement shall be given by publishing
this order in consecutive issues of the Washing
ton State Journal, and by posting in three public
places in Adams County, Washington.
Dated this 2nd day of December, A. D., 1907
W. W. ZENT,
/ Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate
State of Washington j
County of Adams > Sheriff's Office.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an ex
ecution and order of sale issued out of jfee Honor
able Superior Court of the state of Washington,
for the County of Adams, on the 2nd day of Dec
ember. A. D.,1907, by the Clerk thereof, in the
case of The First National Bank, a corporation of
George A. Kenndy and Pearl S. Kennedy, his
wife, the Washigton Home Co.. a corporation, and
the Adams County Bank, a corporation. No 1881
and to me as Sheriff, directed and delivered. I
have levied upon and will pfoceed to sell to the
highest bidder, for cash, within the hours pre
scribed by law for Sherriff's Sales, to-wit at 10
o'clock, a.m.. on Saturday, the 11th day of Janu
ary A. D.. 1908, at the front door of the County
Court House, Ritzville. in Adams County. Wash
ington. all the right title and interest of the said
George A.Kennedy and Peal S.Kennedy, his wife,
et al, in and to the following described property. I
All of lots numbered seven (7) and eight (8) in
block numbered two (2). in Greene's Addition to
the town of Ritzvflle, Adams County, Washing
ton. according to the official plat thereof filed and
of record in the office of the County Aditor in and
for said county and state levied on as the property
of George A. Kennedy and Pearl S. Kennedy his
wife, to satisfy a judgment amounting to $469.90,
in favor of The First National Bank, a corpora
tion. of Ritzville, Adams County. Washington and ■
costs of suit, amounting to $39.40 and accruing
Given under my hand this sixth day of Decern- 1
EDGAR D. GILSON.
Sheriff of Adams County,
12 11-1 8 Washington.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washing
ton. in and for Adams Co.
Amanda Hart, plaintiff. 1
vs. / Summons
Robert F. Hart, defendant. J
The State of Washington to said defendant, Rob
ert F. Hart:
You are hereby commanded to appear within
sixty (60) days after the date of the first publica
tion of this Summons, to-wit; sixty (60 (days after
the 28th day of December. 1907. and defend the
above entitled action in the court aforesaid, an
swer the Complaint of the plaintiff, serve a copy
of your Answer, or other pleading upon the un
dersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their office in
j Lind. Adams county. Washington, and in case of
your failure so to do. judgment will be taken
against you as confessed according to the demand
made in Complaint herein which will be filed with
the clerk of said court.
The object of this action is to obtain a decree
of absolute divorce for plaintiff against defendant
and for costs and disbursements made herein,
with such other and further relief .as the court
may deem proper.
LOVELL & HAMILTON.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Address Lind. wash.
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate
State of Washington f
County of Adams S 88
1 Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an Ex
' ecution. issued out of the Honorable Superior
Court of the State of Washington, for the County
of Adams, on the 21st day of November, A. D..
i 1907, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Alice
| Heintz, Respondent,
Charles R. Brown and Edgar D. Gilson,
as Sheriff of Adams County. Washington. Appel
i lants. No. 797, and to me as Sheriff, directed and
1 delivered. I have levied upon and will proceed to 1
i sell to the highest bidder, for cash, within the
, hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit.
j at 10:30 o'clock, a.m.. on Saturday the 2fth day of
I December, A. D„ 1907, at the front door of the
] Court House in Ritzville. in Adams County.
' Washington, all the right, title and interest of
1 the said Alice Heintz. in and to the following de- >
I scribed property, to-wit: Section seven (7), I
! Township twenty (20), north of Range thirty
eight (38), east of Willamette Meridian, also un-
I divided 48'-.. per cent of fractional Section five (5)
Township twenty (20), north Range thirty eight
(38), E. W. M. Also seven thirteenths of west
half (WVa) of the northwest quarter (NW'4) and
the northeast quarter Jof the northwest quarter;
(NE'/4-NW)4) and the northwest quarter of the :
northeast ouarter j). all being in Sec
j tion eight <S) Township twenty (20) north Range
! thirty eight (38) east of Willamette Meridian in
Adams County. Washington, levied as the proper- i
ty of Alice Heintz. to satisfy a judgment amount
ing to $53,70, in favor of Charles R. Brown and'
Edgar D. Gilson. as Sheriff of Adams County,
Washington, appellants, and costs of suit.
Given under my hand this 23rd day of Novem- *
EDGAR D. GILSON.
Sheriff of Adams County. Washington.
WARREN W. TOLMAN,
515 Rookery. Spokane, Wash.,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1 1127-12 25
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate
I State of Washington f
County of Adams \
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an Ex- '
ecution issued out of the Honorable Superior 1
Court of the State of Washington, for the county ,
of Lincoln, on the 21st day of December. A.D..1903
s by the Clerk thereof, in the case of
| Charles R. Brown,
! John P. Heintz and Mrs.John P. Heintz. his wife
No. 3342 and to me as Sheriff, directed and deliv
ered. I have leviW upon and will proceed to sell to
1 the highest bidder for cash, within the hours pre-,,
scribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit. at 10
o'clock a.m.. on Saturday the 2Sth day of Decem
ber. A. D.. 1907, at the front door of the Court
House in Ritzville, in Adams County, Washing
ton, all the right, title and interest of the said
John P. Heintz and Mrs. John P. Heintz. his wife
in and to the following described property, to
wit: Section seven (7) Township twenty (20),
north, of Range thirty eight (38) East, of Willa
mette Meridean. Also undivided per cent of
fractional Section five (5), Township twenty (20)
north, Range thirty eight  E. W. M. Also
seven thirteenths of west half (W! a ) of the north
west quarter [NW'.t], and the northeast quarter
of the northwest quarter [NE^-NW I *] and the
northwest quarter of the northeast quarter [NW
'4-NE>il all being in Section eight [B], Township
twenty  north Range thirty eight  east
of Willamette Meridian in Adams County. Wash
ington. levied as the property of John P. Heintz
and Mrs. John P. Heintz. wife, to satisfy a judg
ment amounting to $1,328.12 in favor of Charles
R. Brown, and costs of suit, amounting to $60.00
and interest, and accruing interest and costs,
Given under my hand this 23rd day of Novem
EDGAR D. GILSON.
Sheriff of Adams Coua*y, Washington.
WARREN W. TOLMAN.
515 Rookery, Spokane. Wash..
Attorney for Plaintiff.
i 11 27-12 25
Notice for Publication
United States Land Office,
Spokane Falls, Wash. Dcc. 4 1907.
Notice is hereby'given that in compliance with
i the provisions of the act of Congres of June 3, 1878,
; entitled, "An act for the sale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon. Nevada, and Wash
ington Territory," as extended to all the Public
Land States by p.ct of August 4. 1892. Benton A.
McCoy, of Leon. Wash,, has this day filed in this
office his sworn statement No. 2143, for the purch
ase of the W' aNEVi & W^SE 1 * of Section No. 12
ih Township No. 17N, Range Mo. 36 EWM. and
will offer proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes and to establish his claim to said
land before J. L. Cross, U. S. Commissioner for the
eastern District at Ritzville, Washington on Mon
day, the 2nd day of March 1908
He name 3 as wittnesses:
Ben. B. Gillispi of Ritzville, Washington
O. G. Harding of Leon "
Arthur E. Hunt of Leon "
Elseworth H. Herring of Ritzville, Washington
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described landß are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 2nd day
I of March. 1908
HAL. J. COLE, Register.
Notice to Creditors
In the Superior Court of the State of Washington
In and for the County of Adams.
In the matter of the estate of I Notice to Credi-
Laura A. Dyer. $ tors to file claims
Notice is hereby giveh that letters testamentary
on the estate of Laura A. Dyer, deceased, were
granted to the undersigned on the Ist day of Oc
tober A. D., 1907. by the said Superior Court.
All persons having claims against said estate are
required to present them with the necessary vou
cher, to me at the law office of LOVELL & DAVIS
at Ritzville. Wash., within one year from date or
they will be barred.
Done'at Ritzville. Wash., this sth day of Decem
ber A. D., 1907.
ALMA D. SHIRRELL.
LOVELL & DAVIS, Executrix.
Attorneys. 12-11 1-1 08
Notice to Creditor*
State op Washington, j In Superior Court.
County of Adams, 1 In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of John P. Heintz,
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has
been appointed and has duly qualified as adminis
tratrix of the estate of John P. Heintz deceased,
and that Creditorsiof said Estate may present their
claims duly verified, with proper vouchers, to the
undersigned as Attorneys of said Estate at Ritz
ville, Wash , the place for the trasaction of the
business of said Estate, within one year from the
first publication hereof, to-wit: Within one year
from the 11th day of December, 1907, or the same
will be forever barred.
Dated Ritzville. Wash., December 6th 1907
LOVELL A DAVIS. Mrs. ALICE HEINTZ.
Attorneys. 12-11-1-22 08
In the Superior Court of the State of Washington,
In and for Adams County
In the matter of the Estate ( xirvrirr
of Carolina Lobe, deceased \ 1
Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the
28th day of December. A-D„ 1907, at the front
door of the Court House in Adams County. Wash
ington. at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m., the under
| signed as Administrator of the Estate of Carolina
i Lobe, deceased, will offer for sale the follow
ing described premises situated in Adams county.
The northeast quarter of Section thirty two 
in Township eighteen  north of Range thirty
I five  E. W. M.
The terms of said sale shall be cash and said
land will be sold to the highest and best bidder.
This notice is made under and by virtue of an
order of the Court entered this second day of
, December. A. D.. 1907.
1 LOVELL A DAVIS. Administrator.
I Attorneys for Administrator. 12-25
! In the Superior Court of the State of Washington
in and for Adams County.
Mary C. Buehler,
, All other persons or parties un
known. claiming any right, title. SUMMONS,
estate, lien or interest in or upon
the real estate described in the
j application herein. v
The State of Washington to the above named
You are hereby summoned and required to ans
wer the Application of the Applicant Plaintiff in
the above entitled action for registration of the
following described land in said Adams County
The West half of the West half of Section Two
(2). and the East half of Section Three (3). in i
Township Eighteen (18). North of Range Thirty- i
five (35). E. W. M.. in Adams County. Washing- 1
• ton. and to file your answer to the said application ]
in the office of the clerk in said County, within ,
I Twenty-one days from and including the first i
i publication of this summons, exclusive of the day ,
lor services. And if you fail to answer said appli
| cation within the time aforesaid, the applicant :
I Plaintiff in this action will appeal to the Court for
the relief demanded in the above complaint. I
Witness. S. D. Douglass, Clerk of said Court. 1
' with the seal hereto, at Ritzville. Adams County,
; State of Washington, this 7th day of December
A. D.. 1907.
1 12-11-1-1 S. D. DOUGLAS. Clerk. J
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Losses paid immediately upon satisfactory proof
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References: Any National Bank in Spokane, Wathington.
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Agent at Ritxville, Wash.
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Capital and Surplus, $150,000
Is the oldest, largest National Bank in Adams county,
Offerj its customers every facility consistent with conservative
Places loans for term of years on farm and city property under
especially favorable contracts.
Pays-interest on time deposits:
Its officers are experienced and courteous and its directors are
among the most substantial business men in the county.
J. D. BASSETT, President U. K. LOOSE, Vice President
A. T. KENDRICK, Cashier
The Palace Market
Fresh fleats and Poultry
Fish and Game in Season
FREE DELIVERY PHONE MAIN 9
Call at our clean quarters on Main street and be convinced that w« sell
only the best meats at an honest price. Everything first-class.
We invite your patronage. JOHN LaFRENZ, Prop.
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