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PROFESSIONAL j |j
DR. F. R. BURROUGHS L
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE—Second St.. bet. D and E
C. W. BICE, M. D. I 3
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE—Second floor Gritman Block.
Phone 353. Night calls promptly
attended to from office. c
RITZVILLE - - WASH. t
DR. DAVID A. HEWIT \
Physician and Surgeon b
All calls answered, day or night.
Office—First National Bank Building
C Street. Ritzville, Wash. t
C. E. Abegglen, D. 0.,
Osteopathic Phisician, j.
Makes a specialty of the diseases of G
women and children. Calls answered
pay or night, Office next door to a
DR JOHN JOHNSTON 1
Hosenoff Building '
RITZVILLE, WASH. V
O. R. HOLCOMB
Counselor at Law t
Will practice in all the U. S. Courts
and departments and all Washington ''
Courts. Office—Ritzville, Wash, n
C. W. RATHBUN I
Prosecuting Attorney s
of Adams County. *
Office: Court house,
RITZVILLE, Wash. P
G. E. LOVELL EDWARD A. DAVIS a
LOVELL & DAVIS
Lawyers Nbtary Public v
OFFlCE—Upstairs First National Bank
Building. RITZVILLE, Wash. .
J. C. MOGAN y J
Attorney at Law f
One door south of First National Bank, t
RITZVILLE - - WASH. (
J. J. JOYCE ' J
Jobbing promptly attended to. 1
Second St., Concrete Block, s
RITZVILLE - - WASH. ,
N. W. WELLNER i
All Horses examined free of charge. ;
Office in Harris' Livery Stable, Ritz
ville, Wash. 'Phone Main 314.
COL. WM. p. YOHNKA, L
Speaks German and English
Journal • Herold Publishing Co., Ritzville
J. M. Kauffman
Is My Business...
Safety guaranteed. I have all neces
sary apparatus and machinery for
transporting large structures on short
notice. Excavating a specialty .*
Has opened his Feed Barn, at
Ritzville, Wash., for patrons
who bring their own feed.
LANDS FOR SALE.
' Wheat Payment Plan.
Eight Farms for sale —
Wheat payment plan
W. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sr.
J. D. BASSETT W. H. MARTIN H. E. CHRISTENSON
Pres. Vice-Pres. Sec'y
Adams County Abstract Go.
(Incorporated). - Capital, $20,000.00.
INSURANCE and ABSTRACTS
GEO. F. CHRISTENSON. Manager.
CiUon Building 'Phone 523 Ritzvill, Wash.
Ring's Little Liver Pills wake up
lazy livers, clean the system and clear
the skin Try them for biliousness
and sick headache. Price 25c. Sold
toy Emerson Drug Co.
RESUME SPECIE PAYMENT j
Thrty-Two Washington Banks Favor |
Immediate Resumption !
Thirtv-two banks have declared j
■hemselves in favor of the immediate j
resumption of specie payment out of j
37 hanks in the state of Washington j
who have replied to a circular letter <
sent out by James B. Forgan, chair- j
man of the Chicago Clearing House j
committee. Two banks expressed j
themselves as opposed to it and one J
declared that it was indifferent as to j
the course followed. Of the same .37 J
banßs, 19 stated that their reserves j
were normal, seven that they were j
below the normal and eight declared j
that their reserves are above the j
normal amount. J
The showing of the Washinton banks j
is better on their own statement than j
of the eastern insti tut tons who have j
answered the letter of the Chicago j
Cleaiing House committee. Of a total (
of 2664 replies received, 2105 were j
favorable to immediate resumption ]
of a specie basis and 75 against it. j
The 2(>64 bank? declared their ability j
to ship a total of $2,962,500 and said J
that thev will need $3,027,500. The 37 ]
Washington banks state that they will j
ship $170,000 and will need $140,000. J
Glad It Did So Much Good. j
Some remarkable stories are being |
told about town and among the country i
people coming in of this simple home- |
made mixture curing Rheumatism and j
Kidney trouble. Here is the recipe j
and directions for taking: Mix by (
shaking well in a bottle one-half ounce i
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one ounce i
Compound Kargon, three ounces Com- i
pound Syrup Sarsaparilla. Take as a <
dose one teaspoonful after meals and i
at bedtime. i
No change need be made in your i
usual diet, but drink plenty of good I
water. * (
This mixture, writes one authority (
in a leading Philadelphia newspaper, (
has a pecular tonic effect upon the I
kidneys; cleansing the clogged-up i
pores of the eliminative tissues, fore- I
ing the kidneys to sift and strain from
the blood the uric acid and other
poisonous waste matter, overcoming *>
Rheumatism, Bladder and Urinary
troubles in a short while.
A new York druggist who has had f
hundreds of calls for these ingredients
since the first announcement in the
newspapers last October stated that (
the people who once try it "swear
by it," especially those who have
Urinary and Kidney trouble and suffer
with Rheumatism. r
The druggists in this neighborhood
say they can supply the ingredients,
which are easily mixed at home.
There is said to be no better blood
cleansing agent or system tonic known,
and certainly none more harmless or j
simple to use.
A Tri-State Conference
A tri-state conference of Young (
Men's Christian Associations will bo (
held at Walla Walla, Jan. 10-12.
Eastern Washington, eastern Oregon
and central and northern Idaho will
unite in this meeting. The fine new
young men's building at Walla Walla,
which has just been opened, will be
the headquarters for the conference.
It is expected that there will be
1 delegated from as far north as
, Spokane and from as far south
as Baker city. All persons who
are interested in such work as the
. Young Men's Christian Association
is promoting are invited to attend this
conference and participate in its
Never have the Young Men's Christ
ian Associations in this state particu.
- larly and in all '.he country generally
prospered and grown as they have
during the year 1907. Buildings
' have been erected for these societies
at the rate of one a week for a year
or two past. Five have been opened
_ in this state within a year.
The themes to be discussed at the
[.y 1 Walla Walla conference will cover
every phase of the life of young men,
)• and a great impetus to 'this work in
this part of the state is expected to
S result from the meeting. It is to be
held under the auspices of the State
'k' Executive Committees ol the territ
| ories to be represented.
ar For Your next printing try the
g8 i Journal-Herold Job Print
., ing department. Commercial work of
every description turned out correctly,
; neatly and expeditiously.
A NVhole =
=lr» a Nut Shell.
Sporting Goods Tents and Awnings
Hardware, Tinware Sharpies Cream
Stoves and Ranges Separators
Implements Keen Kutter Kutlery
Wagons and Buggies and Shears
z Phoenix Pure-Paints
Ready Mixed and Dry Oils and
Furniture _ Pictures and, Framing
Trunks and Valises Sewing Machines
Carpets and Matting Harness and Saddlery
Linoleum First-class Harness Shop
JOHN F. IRBY & CO.
RITZVILLE • WASHINGTON
Synopsis of Land J
and Mineral Decisions <
— _ 1
Furnished by Woodford D. Harlan. Land \U i
torney, Washinij'on, D. C.
MINING CLAIM, TOWNSITE- In 1
controversies between parties claiming •
public lands under the townsite and
mining laws, respectively, the phras- i
es, "lands known to be valuable for
minerals," or "for minerel deposits, '
and known mines,, or land containing
known mines," are equivalent in '
PRACTICE—If a case is ready for
consideration under the "Rules of i
Practice,'' it may be advanced on the j
docket without notice to either party. |
RESIDENCE BY WIFE-PRACT- j
ICE—Failure of the wife to reside on j
the land until after notice of contest
does not impeach the good faith of the !
claimant where it is apparent that her
final removal to the land is in com
pliance with a previous bona fide in
tention of the claimnat to make his
home on the land.
COAL LANDS—Sections 2348 and
2349, R. S., do not require that a coal
claimant must have opened a mine on I
the land at the time of filing a de- I
claratory statement therefor.
ing ordered as to the status of land
1 does not involve the applicant's
qualifications to enter.
Grain and Milling News
Talk of establishing a flour mill
' at Ephrata has been resumed. With
f the abundance of water that is to be
- had there, it is an ideal site for a
3 large milling concern.
s Small crops and early closing of
r navigation are causing high wheat
d prices in Russia. The 1907 crop is
only 492,000,000 bushels as compared
e with 536,000,000 in 1906 and 636,000,-
r 000 in 1905.
'» The complete equipment for one of
n the largest flour mills so far erected
° in Japan was recently contracted for
e with the Allis-Chalmers Co , through
e the American Trading Co., Yokohoma,
Japan, for the Meiji flour mills. The
capacity of the new mill will be 800
barrels of flour per day.
t- Plans for the organization of the
Farmers' Grain Co. at Nez Perce,
Idaho, have been completed. The com
pany will have an initial capitaliza- j
tion of $5,000. C. H. Waters is presi
dent and David* Frink, secretary. The
first warehouse 50x150 feet will be
built at Greer, Idaho.
The Washington Grain & Milling ,
Co. of Reardan has recently received
a bill of exchange and draft on Hong
kong for $40,000 for flour recently
shipped to China. Since August 1, (
1907, this company has done a business j
of $176,090 exclusive domestic .
trade and has unfilled foreign orders ; 1
on its books amounting to 20,000 bar
Supplemental articles of incorpora- 1
: tion have been filed by the Albers .
; Bros. Milling .company, of Portland, j
j Seattle and Tacoma. The capital stock j
, formerly $300,000, was increased to j
'$1,000,000, and fully paid up The:
ia|«d growth of this firm during the j
j past decade reflects^ with great credit ;
upon the four "Albers" young men'
who started in on a limited capital,and i
by close application to business forged i
rapidly ahead. West Coast Trade, j
The New $ 10 Gold Piece
The new $10 gold piece has not got
j ten into general circulation yet, but
j soon will be. It is described as fol
' lows: It differs greatly from the old
I coin of that denomination. On its face
is the imprint of an Indian's head, on
whose forehead is the word'' Liberty,''
and over which, arranged in semi-circle,
are 13 stars, emblematic of the orig
inal colonies. Beneath the image are
the figures "1907", indicating the date
i of coinage. In the center of the re
: verse side is the imprint of the
, American eagle, with head erect, over
which, also arranged in a semi-circle,
' are the words "United States of
America." Above the bird and to the
i right of its head is the Latin motto,
1 "E Pluribus Unum." At the base
• of the figure are the words "Ten
j A Criminal Attack
r on an inoffensive citizen is frequently
! made in that apparently useless little
tube called the "appendix." It's
e generally the result of protracted
5 constipation, following liver torpor.
Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate
E the liver, prevents appendicitis, and
establish regular habits of the bowels
25c at Rosenoff & Co. drug store.
We have received in the lust |
few days numerous table deiica-1
cies which will appeal to yoa, es- j
pecially for the holiday time.
Look over the list and you may
find something which you will
want. We guarantee them to be I
first class in every respect-:
Heinz Bu!\ Mince
Eastern Cod Fish
in 2 lb brick £
of all kinds
Olives in pint and
qt. Economy jr
1 lb packages
1 lb packages
Cun-ants ex. clean
1 lb packages
Heinz Bulk Pickles
Best two for 25c Corn and To-'
matoes in town.
'Phone Main 301, and we will
do the rest.
Yours, for busines,
R. A CHITTENDEN.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO AND
Member of the Interstate Invest
Read Journal advt's, and pa
tronize those who advertise.
Ifyon want eltbera Vibrating Shuttle, Notary
Shuttle or a Single Thread [Chain iUitrh]
Bt-wiug Machine write to
THE NEW HOME SEWINI MACHINE COMPANY
Many "■(•win*; machines are made to sell regardless of
quality, but the New Home is made t» wear.
Our cruaranty never runs out.
Hold by authorised denier* ouly.
FOR SALS BY
The RITZVILLE TRADING CO.
IN CAMP OR FIELD —AT
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
Thira Is always a chanca
to anjoy tome shooting
TO SHOOT WELL YOU MUST B£ EQUIPPED WITH
k RELIABLE FIREARM: the only Kind wa have
Nan making for upwards of fifty yaara.
0w P,STOIB - SHOTGUNS,
RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETC.
Ask your Dealer, and in»i»t on the
STEVENS. Where not told by Re
tailers, we ship direct, exjireMspre-
Paid. upon receipt of Catalog price.
ISea«l for 140 l*ni;e lllmlrutci
mSV book ° r
""J" und hoy
•noMert. Mailed ft»r 4 rents In
rVir* V"oior°ii I- ° ,tM • Hei> "tir«i
J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL CO.
P. O. Box 4097 —
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