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jyE, FEEL S URR
f)F OUR ABILITY
. taJOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION
WE shall lie t*lad of an
opportunity to talk to you
f! TRttsvillc, Washington.
The Palace Market
Fresh Heats and Poultry
Fish and Game in Season
FREE DELIVERY PHONE MAIN 9
Call ut onr clean quarters on Main street and be convinced that we sel
only the best meats at an honest price. Everything first-class.
We invite your patronage. JOHN LaFRENZ, Prop
Many people who have not traveled in
have the impression that they are old, second
hand Pullman sleeping cars. The Tourist Sleeping
Cars on the
Northern Pacific Railwa;
■ra naw and ol wwlal dMlm, leather upholstered,
stronvnnd modern In every respect. L,llce the other
coachw In our trains they are steamheated. are
well lighted, roomy, and cheery, the bertha are
larue. alry'. and Icomfortatole. A Uniformed porter
' Is constantly at hand to attend to the wants of
DO SO ON YOUR NEXT TRIP
When ready to start, call and have your berth
reserved in Pullman Standard or Pullman
Tourist sleeping car.
L. L. TURLY, Local Agent,
v V I A " D CHARLTON '
/tiaiitant General Paaaenger Agent,
iiJ C I Portland, Oregon.
IF ITS A MATTER OF PRICE
/T'S a fact that if it's a matter of price you
trade with us.
Why? Well our expenses are small and we are
satisfied with a small profit.
S. S. FRANTZ JLY CO.
Why Pay More Ritzville, Wash
TSSJSXI•, P W« Prudent. t^phJX^'del^Sec'etary.
Western Live Stock
Home Office 203 Wall St. Telephone Main 9211
We insur» horses, mules and cattle, again*' death
from any cause
Loises paid immediately upon satisfactory proof
reaching the Home office ....»»••••*
We Have A Guarantee Fund Of
To Pay Losses
References: Any National Bank in Spohane. Washington.
THE ADAMS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.,
Agent at Ritzville, Wash.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION
What beauty is more desirable than
an exquisite complexion and elegant
jewels. An opportunity for every
women to obtain both, for a
limited time only.
The directions and recipe for ob
taining a faultless complexion is the
secret long guarded by the master
minds -of the ORIENTALS and
This we obtained iifter years at work
and at great expense. It is the
method used by the fairest and most
beautiful women of Europe.
Hundreds of American women who
now ÜBe it have expressed their de
light and satisfation.
This secret ys easily understood and
simple to follow and it will save you
the expense of creams, cosmetics
bleaches and forever give you a
. beautiful complexion and free your
skin from pimples, bad color, black
heads, etc. It alone is worth to you
many times the price we ask you to
_ send for the genuine diamond ring of
We sell you this ring as one small
profit above manufacturing cost. The
price is less than one half what others
charge. The recipe is free with every
It is a genuine rose cut diamond
ring of sparkling brilliancy absolutely
guaranted, very dainty, shaped like a
. Belcher with TifiFany setting of 12Kt.
" gold shell, at your local jeweler it
would cost considerable more than
We mail you this beautiful com
plexion recipe free when your order is
received for ring and $2.00 in money
order, stamps or bills. Get your order
in before our supply is exhausted.
This offer is made for a limited time
only as a means of advertising and
introducing our goodi.
Send to-day before this opportunity
T. C. IVI OSELEY
32 East 23rd Street, New York City,
A Criminal Attack
on an inoffensive citizen is frequently
made in that apparently useless little
.tube called-the appendix." It's
generally the result of protracted
'constipation, following IjjJStrJflKßßfcr
n stole copies of statu
4 t --> ...««tuevenXß appendicitis, and
establish regular habits of the bowels
125 cat Rosenoff & Co. drug utore.
The Faultless Malleable:
Prices on Ranges
1 No. 8-18 Toledo $55.00 $47.50
1 No. 86-16 E National 35.00 30.00
1 No. 68-18 Reliance 58.00 50.00
1 No. 268-18 Popular
Universal 62.00 52.00
1 No. 268-18 Capital
Universal 55.00 42.50
5 No. 68-18 Washington 40.00 33.00
A DANGER TO Aim.
The recent report of tfcree deaths In
one family living at Avderson, Ind.,
as a result of toadstool poisoning bat
gives added force to the suggestion
that It'ls far safer for people who do
not possess sufficient botanical knowl
edge to carefully distinguish between
the edible mushroom and Its deadly
cousin, the common toadstool, to let
the whole tribe severely alone. While
the mushroom is considered a delicacy
by maty and Is wholesome enough, the
toadstool Is a deadly fungus, there be
ing practically no antidote which Is
able to counteract its baleful effects.
Let the toadstool family alone .unless
you are anxious to mature your Insur
COST OP FLOODS. -
The national forest service, which
not long ago was put upon a much
more effective working basis, has un
dertaken as one of its tasks the solo
tton of the problem of floods in rivers.
It Is estimated that the Kansas dvez
flood#' of 1903 destroyed $20,000,000
worth of property and 100 lives. One
of the most fertile valleys in the conn*
try, 120 miles long, was partly destroy
ed, Its rich soil being cut awsy in
places, while other portions were cov
ered with sand to a depth of six or
eight feet. Out of 250,000 acres
fertile soil 10,000 were completely de
stroyed, while 10,000 acres more lost
60 per cent of their value.
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SHE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER
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DAILY AND mUNDAY
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TUB WASHINGTON STATE JOUKNAL:!
BOTH FCR ONE YiA* '"'I
FOR LESS THAN TIIE PRICK OF THE "P h -I."
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WE have made an arrangement with j rpHE Post-intelligencer will be aentregx'"
the publishers of the Seattle Post- X u.aily 1 y iiitii! to-all who telce sd- .
Intelliy 'nc.ei' whereby this paper vantage of this great newspaper b|tf*
can offer its s-u'iscri- , , I ' •' • . gain. • ,/'kJ
ber.s the two papers for I y
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.TTthe I'ost-Intellipencer. . |i parucuipra. . n /> v.,
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An index of more than ordinary im
port. as allowing tlu» progress which Is
being made along Industrial and agri
vv]*. .ii.es in the southern stales
v.'h-t holding: <>f the first Tennessee
* t;:t * fair 6n Oct. S-13 of this year.
r fr:ie. it cii(? not approach in all re
rp • • t'i? :*• exhibits v.iikli are
nlmv.it 11*' held in a number of the
north 'V. rtu?es and which have years
iif • • and extensive a■'.vertis-
In 'ii tl:.-!»• favor. but as ' P •atii:'/ aj
r.?"' attitude on th-« part v.ont!ioru I
business i:: p ami agriculturists th; j
r.i! >* In ip:c ;io:: in a tv.iv m•>!-.
important j-rm they. T! ,1 » exanuVe of ]
Tenne -: • ] • .='re !» ho *. br
other *' it<. *• i'ti'l vi!l result ! ?i Immense
benefit tr> tli 'ir material Interests.
R! -BIA* VIIPI 'iT YIELD.
Tk.vo Js ito sin"le fact ImMni to <1
wit.i tfie ;ms' or *-a; li
tl'on of the 11 ?>slati people t at is
more expressive tlie real sitr.ttlon
existing in the czar's dinmlit than that*
contained In r-'eent eo;. 'ar rejnrts to
'he effect that the avenge vheat yield
in a large portion of the a* v'eultu 'al
districts is from .hut six to eig' ! b is!i
.elsppetv t ncr\ whlle'ln nnuy ies
the average is as low as fottr and live.
Rut bring about In Russia those Condi
tions of government, education, land
tenure and agriculture which will en
able Ijer peasant cfcnw t > nrv , *.:.e from
Others may be 'vj
as good, but r" " a ;
Don't buy a stove until
you see our line of
Ranges, Cook Stoves
and Heaters. ..... •
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' ..'2 o#'se»WT»ifc » to# tows*
The Great Majesac
"*? - . mvH Viathtt odi
.rj- a-| ;> « ■
knows what they are
John F. Irby * Co.
twenty-five to thirty-five bushels of
as a nation r«ml that of-her people wllJ
have been effected.
\VAh*'in denbtless fur 61s
i: t'Oun'tiOwS of iijpulntion and land
• a t'.r.i»hound t3a«fls(v;whlch will
• :'ior I( ;ii economic necessity to put
~- J » a«Jj■:&>:»»: fields on either side
nt fho rod
h&Viruy. 'i'liis change, could
i. 5 y w iiii'jvt waiting for the
1 ;»r»ul itltiji nnd would result
t i . pvovci.Vnt In tbe looks oi
* y. ;».s il»e strips In question
•• i in.my instances simply
1 •'* for useless and, unslght
• i.'.; u:ul weeds. ;
• 'V I:y I.\ mkloks.
A i t: v* »v. ..£ an a::ftjptlonato to
lt>; « ''rowing •
• : IV: • l*i * >.n kicc..:.• M.7*,*rtita
*> • ji. jute.! to mnskmelons. A
•iff!::*.•• oi weals were killed before
he seed, wtflch miAle thf
Iter oi* • ■)!' rh » seed con\par
• . rely c-!sy. :H" the crojS matured
~ .v. ;i:tlly. s«j ih.i, • »>erlod during
.. !t rtiv.'rl be :un M '%wtel extended
s«rer.nl weeks. A f/arther point of
.«t jrge lu ft* *cr of 4he
as t'i" fact thnt It did sot pull Jtoirt*
• ft- o I fl,* soil.