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Rebekah Lodge Organized.—Ze nobia Rebekah Lodge No. 118 of 1. O. 0. F. was organized Monday, March 20, 1899, with twenty-one charter members. Grand master W. H. Ward of the Grand Lodge of the state, ac companied by Mr. A. E. Partridge, editor and proprietor of the Washing ton Odd Fellow at Seattle, arrived on the morning train and spent the day getting acquainted with the local members. A meeting was called at 3 p. m. and all necessary arrangements perfected and at 7:30 in the evening the auxiliary branch of Ritzville lodge No. 58 was regularly instituted with the following officers and members: N. G. Mrs. Matilda Prouty V. G Mrs. Ethel Bovee Secy Miss Lillian Cunningham Treas Mrs. Ora Lamoreaux 1. G Miss Eva Meyer O. G F. P. French R. S.N. G...' E. D. Gilson L. 8. N. G Mrs. Ella Thompson Ward Mrs. Eva Shorno Cond Mrs. Alice French R. S. V. G MissMattie A. Sapp L. 8. V. G Mrs. Fannie Zent Chaplain Mrs. Edith Gilson The other members are Mr. and Mrs W. R. Cunningham, Jr., Miss Ollie Meyer, W. W. Zent, Geo.Coss, W. W. King, Jno. Bovee and J. C. Shorno. At 11 o'clock supper was served by Mrs. Carrier. The meetings will be held on the first and third Thursdays in each month. The new lodge starts out under very favorable conditions and will undoubtedly grow and wax strong. Highest market price paid for farm produce at Davenny Bros. New Rates.—The Northern Pacific not satisfied with having given the people four overland flyers each day, have made a reduced rate good from Little Falls to any point west as fol lows: To Portland and Sound points, $25; Spokane, $22.60; Walla Walla and Pendleton, 924.50. This rate lias been made in order to place all points on their system on an equal footing, and to encourage emigration. The N. P. has many sections of fine lauds for sale which they are offering on very reasonable terms, and the new western rates are made with a view of their early settlement. The new train service gives universal satisfac tion. If you want fresh groceries at lowest prices trade at Davenny Bros. Opebi House Co. Elects Officers. —The Ritzville Opera House company consisting of Messrs. Cunningham, Greene, Gritman, Greene, Gilson, Lee, Myers, Martin, Prouty and Bnyder have elected the following officers for one year: I. W. Myers, president; E. D. Gilson, secretary and manager; O. M. Lee, treasurer, Mr. Arthur has finished his contract for building and painting. Suffiicient nice, new and easy opera chairs and five sets of scen ery are ordered. The seating capacity will be approximately 700. Only the best troupes will be engaged and the people may expect some good enter tainment* during the summer. Orange and apple cider, by quart or glass, at Davenny Bros. «... The Long and Short of it.—J. A. Wilburn, the artist, lately took the contract to photograph Marshal Bam Hutchinson, whose height is 7 feet 4 inches, and Mr. E. F. Miller whose height is About 3 feet 8 inches, and euceeded in getting a fine picture of the two gentlemen on an ordinary cabinent card without breaking any of his machinery. The editor hereof was favored by being presented with one of the novelties and has added the aame to his curio collection, whioh is the long and short of the whole story. Dr. E. R. Lemman. dentist, Informs us that he will be at his office In Rltsvllle on every Thursday. Teachers' Program.—A meeting of the Adams County Teachers' Asso ciation will be held at the Ritxville Public school building March 25 at one o'clock: Here's the program: Singing Columbia, The Gem of the Ocean Roll call Quotations from Bryant Paper-Bhetorteal wort Ifl» MhH IT.rti.si Paper-How shall we lntMOTt pupils la mentalsrlthwti- .... Prcf Ka*» Singing Quartette Paper—School LiWaeiea 0. F. Henry General Discussion Difficulties in Teaching Beading Music Messrs. Van Patten and Htaaer Paper—Schoolroom Appearances W.H. Holmes Owlea eet* an. garden seeds at Diareany Broe Deceased —John Link, a bachelor living on liis ranch ten milaa weat of town, died Wednesday of pneamunia at the residence of John L. Burfiend. Mr. Link was siok only a lew days. A telegram from hi* brother, Philip Link, at Dubuque, lowa, inquiring if any will bsd been filed, hss been received at the clerk's office but it ia quite probable that no such instrument was ever made by the deceased. The prop erty of 1W seres of land, ten bead of and (arming utensils. CloainajSkiMoir iwcsJfsd » shtnesit si' mIUS. Mr.O. R. Height is contemplating a several month's visit with his fath ers family in the east in the near fu ture. We erred last week in stating that Haight bad disposed of his entlrt business to Mr. Reader, aa be ftM has the undertaking business and isysady to wait on customers. If you Jed a wooden overcoat just call on <F LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week.. J. B. Garrison spent Monday in Ritzville. Geo. B. Vose is employed in the Pa cific hotel. John A. Burfield was in from his farm Saturday. E. H. Herring of Spokane, was in town yesterday. Uncle Sam Armstrong of Lind', was here the other day. Attorney Hartson took a clatawa copa Spokane Monday. Albert Shroeder has bought the Ed. Sheppard timber culture. Mr. C. E. Shipman is improving his splendid residence property. John P. Chambers called at the office the latter part of the week. We caught sight of W. F. Winslow of Paha, at our office door Saturday. Miss Edith Staser is teaching a term of school in the John Wcllsandt district. Notice the new cards of Hon. 0. R Holcomb, O. B. Eliphant and Walter W. Zent. C S. Voorhees of Spokane, was a visitor in Ritzville Sunday, register ing at the Pacific. President J. D. Bassett of the Ad ams county bank, will visit Ritzville in about six weeks. The cheery voice of \V. F. Newland greeted us on the street during the front part of the week. The Lee Bros, are running their well drill steadily and have mure or ders than they can fill. Bcnj. F. Berry, one of the chief far mers of the flat, spent several days in town lately on business. The Anthony A. Sage fruit farm has been purchased by A. Ott, of the Ritzville flouring mills. L. F. Eccles, a live farmer from the southern part of the county, was bus tling about town yesterday. Mrs. Thos. B. Leonard has been on the sick list for the past week, but is now in a fair way to recover. J. E. Gull has disposed of 160 acres of lai.d near Washtucna to Geo. W. Little. Consideration $800. Hon. O. R. Holcomb was taken suddenly ill last Sunday, and has been confined to his rdom ever since. Elmer Jones has just completed a new cottage on College hill, which will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Comparet. A slight fall of snow came Monday to remind us that Spring, faithless jade, was still lingering in the lap of of old Winter. Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Zimmerman have moved into the dwelling recently pur chased by H. E. Gritman from Mrs. Martha Stewart. We are informed that Dr. F. R. Bur roughs will add forty feet and raise to u two-story his store building now oc cupied by Davenny Bros. The following Delight people were registered at the Pacific hotel Mon day: J. J. Garrison, E. L. Lewis, J. B. Craig and T. H. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. I. Garland, of Se attle, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. D. McGilvary, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Durry. Elder W. R. Cunningham is back again after an extended trip through the state and into eastern Idaho where he has been conducting ministerial work. Mrs. Curtis Carey and Son of Wi nona, Minn., who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. G. Bennett for the last two weeks, returned home on Friday. Commissioners Griffith and Kan zler were in yesterday, investigating some county affairs in the various offices and checking up a few finan cial matters. Jas. F. Coss, Jr., the condensed ex tract of bovine caterer, informs us that he has now an abundance of the lacteal fluid with which to supply his many customers. ThMtre rumor, of wheat stealing floating through Mm air these days. Several oases h»*«_ been reported to the TTiswi, one ta wfiteblhe lom came near being two" wagon loads. " , Mr. Frank Shepley has been ferer from rheumatism and several other complications for a few days, and at time, bos seemed alarmingly ill. We hope lor his early convales cence. s Rev. Henry Brown, D. D., presiding elder of Spokane district will preach at the Methodist church Sunday, March 20, morning and evening. Quar terly conference will be held Saturday evening at 7 p. m. Fred. Thiel arrived tome Sunday morning from Portland, where he hste been attending the business coilue •ince October. He will resume ,nU place in the hardware and fuMs(are store of Thiel-Dorman Co. The Ladle* aid of the M. E. itiurch net at the parsonage VmUmUJt after noon, the first meeting «ne*/the re vivals. There was much bsylna.. to attend to. All lyisineM wsu> tone and plan, were made for the fat T* f desire to aunounee through that they are ready to tafce « mending for gentlemen ar PERHAPS YOU WILL FIND IT HERB Choice applet SI per box et Shepley & Son's. Uncle John Rigg, Esq., of Fletcher, was on our streets Tuesday. Fred Sheel, one of the old settlers of the city and county, was in during the week. John Sherman will now have an op portunity to read his own obituary as published in yesterday's Chronicle. J. B. Gebbart, a representative of I. N. Peyton, the millionaire mine owner and banker, is a guest of Benj. Martin. Supt. of Schools L. C. Van Patten, has just made an apportionment of moneys to the 37 districts in the county. Round trip tickets from Ritzville to Spokane tohenr Sousa's band, March 24th, will be $3.10, good to return March 25th. Ex-school superintendent Robt. C. Egbers, the Hatton school teacher, transacted business in the county seat on Saturday last. The trustees of the M. E. chnrch will meet at the parsonage Friday eve ning at 7:30 o'clock. All church offi cials are requested to be present. Mrs. O. H. Greene was on Monday again prostrated by sickness and will hardly be strong enough to start for the south as soon as was intended. Dr. 8. C. Bridgham of Pasadena, Cal., arrived in the city this morning and will probably remain for a time with view of locating permanently. Andrew J. Wil iains and Murk YV. Townsend of Delight, will make final proof on their homesteads before F. P. French, U. 8. Court commissioner. D. A. Scott, the sturdy young far mer who operates his big tract of land west of the city, was a visitor at the court house the middle of the week. A. Fillmore Linn, a well known far mer of Rattlesnake Flat, was married last week to a lady living in Whit man county, whose name we are una ble to learn. The prosecuting attorney desires to call the peoples' attention to the law prohibiting anyonj but a pharmacist selling blue vitriol, the same a deadly poison. Christopher F. Clodius has just closed a deal which conveys to him the southwest quarter of section two, township 19, north range 36, four miles east of town. Dr. F. R. Burroughs reports follow ing births: March 13, 1899, to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Doerschlag, a boy. March 14 to Mr.and Mrs. Jacob Felch, a boy of regulation weight. March 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Robt. N. Goodwin, a son. The following named prospective settlers in Adams county arrived from Eugene, Or., yesterday: Rev. Jacob Schrag, C. Gotaha, T. Quaft, P. Gerny, Joseph Gering, Edward StefTer, David Zesmer, Christ Schrag, John C.Graber and Mr. Schwartz. Dr. John M. Adams expects to take a much needed rest from his large praotice soon, during which time he will visit several of ths largest eastern cities, and after a little recuperation will attend some of the leading medi cal institutions for further study. Three Times the Value of Any ether. One.Third Faster. The only sewing machine that does not fail in any point. Rotary motion and ball bearing make it the lightest running machine in the world. Rapid. It saves about one day in three, for it sews that much faster than any vibrating shuttle sewing machine made, therefore more work cat) be done, more time saved and more money earned, Quiet and dura ble. The rotary motion does away with noise and weur caused by the forward and backward movement of the shuttle. If you want your sewing machine repaired. If you want new parts for any old machine. If you want to trade your shuttle machine in on something that is new—the latest im proved machine—one that we guaran tee,call at Snyder's and see the magic, tilent sewer, the Wheeler A Wilson No. 9, high arm. For Sale. JltOO, three lots, looslflo feet on B street and Iroad ave. Suitable for business or private residence. Ample supply water. Good buildings and Improvements. All parties knowing themselves in debted to the Ritxville Hardware Co. of old, are requested Ut call and settle at ©nee, so that we may close our old books. We will try and wait upou you if you all coine at once'. One red rots steer and one red and white heifer; twJ.jr«»r» old, branded R8 on right hip, .walfcrrtorked in left ear and notch in under antf upper tide of right «ar close to head. 8(1/table reward will be paid for return of said stwlc or for information leading to their recovery. Warren Hmitb, Fletcher, Wash: . -«..g| n - n g p» mt ■■ m ■■■ialai UMOiuiion ov rinnrrsnipe Tlie co-partnership heretofore exist ing between the undersigned a* Hol oomb A Zent, in the law practice, ia this day disolved by mutual consent. All unfinished business will be finished by the firm. All accounts due the firm will be paid to 0. R. Holcomb, who will pay all debts due by the firm. Ritxville, Wash., March 6th, 1899. O. R. Holoomb, W. W. Z*NT. It is an undisputed fact that Bnyder carries the highest grade of clothing and furnishings of any house in the county. Complete line of groceries and vege tables at the City Bakery 1 MoiMM Cksws" an torn thins new. -Is nor* yon cat IIM mors you \ Int - " »sn» RURAL NEWS NOTES. Important items (lathered By Coun try Correspondents. DELIGHT. Wheat"sowing is under way but in a rather tedious fashion as afternoons is all that can be worked on account of freezing up nights. We hope we can be sowing by the fourth of July. Sickness still in vogue. Whooping cough, grip|>e, measles, etc., still con tinues to number their victims abuut here. Grandma Richardson is reported as under the weatlifer. Mrs. W. Morgan is staying with her at present as Mr. Morgan is working for Mr. Phoenix at Lind. Mrs. Nepper and two little boys were callers about the Delight neigh borhood last week. J. H. Bowers and Rev. Child took in the city of Ritiville this week. G. W. Jones has commenced the erection of a new house on his section of railroad land near Delight postoffice in which he expects to move his fam ily when completed. W. Hunter expects to work for the Hamblen Bros, this summer riding the range. Mrs. Walker returned to Ritzville where she has been working She was visiting a few days in this place with her mother and sister. Truthful Jefmb. "That elopement in high life was so romantic. They stole out —" •'No, no; you musu't say that; they belong to the best society. You should say, "they kleptomaniacked." Five car loads enroute for Ritiville. Never before in the history of Adams county hns any one firm Inul such an amount of goods coming at one time as has the Ritzville Hardware com pany. This week they wiH add to their already large stock five car leads of merchandise. They have now en route three car loads of Imrbed wire, one car load St. Clair Stovrs and Steel ranges and one car load of the famous Woodmanse enclosed gear wind mills and steel towers. Old Gentleman (dictating an indig nant letter). —"My stenographer be ,ing a lady, cannot take down what I think of you. Ibeing a gentleman can not think it; but you, being neither, can easily guess my thoughts." Barbed wire now retails for $4 26, but owing to the fact that we have a very heavy stock of it and wish to re duce it, we are still selling it at $3.75 at the Ritzville Hardware Co. Foreman.—"Meester Yohnson, ah vants anooder man." Boss.—"Why, where is the one I sent you this morning?" Foreman.—"Aye don't know. Aye fall off day log inta dey vater a boot tree hour ago, an' aye not coomed up yet. Ah tank aye yoomped the yob." BUSINESS LOCALS. Smoked meats at Davenny Bros. Did you ever see our Hue of spring suits?—Snyder. This year 1900 is likely to be a pe riod of much suffering; it isn't a leap year and nothing rhymes with it. Cheney creamery butter at th® City Bakery. Lost or Strayed—One brown milk cow branded OP on right hip. Reward for her return to owner.—C. H. Clo dius. Box candies at Davennv Bros. A complete line of shelf hardware, stoves and tinware at Nellson Bros., Lind, Wash. For Sale —A splendid milk cow and several head of stock cattle.—Win. Loyles. 9.1.00 per barrel for Hpok.ne Gold Drop flour .t Sheplcy it Hon'* alio .genu for Hprague blue stem. We are selling out our entire stock, at Lind, cheap for cash. Don't miss your chance to get a bargain.—Henry Meyer. Go to Clodtus A Von Holt for your shoea. No matter what kind of a shoe you want we have , them. For Rent or Lease.—Two hundred forty acres agricultural land. Abun dance of water. Splendid improve ments.—J. F. Coss, Jr. In the farm Machinery Una K.llion Bror of Llnd carry the Celebrated Flying Dutchman gang plow. Monitor drills. Bain wagons, hacks and buggies and disc barrows. Buy a sparkling diamond ring for her at Humphrey A Kennedy's jewel ry store. Nothing denotes refinement more than writing on choice ami delicatc letter paper. Humphrey & Kennedy have a bountiful supply. Soothing, healing, cleansing. DeWitt's Witch Haxel Salve Is the implacable enemy of sores, burns and wounds, ft never falls to cure Piles. You may rely upon it.—ll EGritman. If you want to file a homestead or make a final proof of any kind call on F. P. French, U. B. Commisioner. What is commonly known as heart disease is frequently an aggravated form of UvMpepsla. Like all other diseases resulting from Indigest ion. ft can be cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you eat. II E Grit man Clndius, Kalkwarf A Co. have Just received a fine line of wall paper. They also carry fresh paints and oils of all kinds. If you have a nice picture you want framed take it to them as their picture moulding and gilt frames can't be beat. Call and see thein. When you ask for Hewitt's Witch Hasel Salve don't accept a counterfeit or imitation. There are more cases of piles being cured by this than all others combined.—H. E. Grttmau. Several nice tract* of railroad lands for sale we*t of Liud and These will be sold to actual settlers on ten years time. Payments received on contracts and deeds obtained.—Benj. Martin. Lata to bed and early to rise, prepares a mail for Hit borne iu the skies. But early to bed and a Litis* Early Riser, the pill tbat makes life, larger aM batter and wiser.—H I Gritmau. Pmr Sale—Lands. Ihave for six townships of land belonging to the company in the western pert *y( the county. Bev | era I sections of tbi« land is being sold every day f - lam th* only person in Adams county representing the com pany and the prices Quoted here are the same as will be QUrted in Taeoma. This land can be bad froin $1 to per acre on easy terms. Persons who with to buy lands arrange ments with the uodeifjgned to see the *ame. Be*j. Martin. 600 pairs of W. D. Jy e lli ft CoV bo* calf good yaar wait ihoe* arc in ■arvioe and speak for tlfeneelvee. Thay make their own reputftion Snyder baa th»-' f fg&J f ' m*'/ v SPECIAL NOTICES. Just received a carload of Portland cement for cisterns, etc. —Neilson Bros, Lind. Paint your homes. We earry a lull line of the verv beßt house paints, oils, ready mixed and lead.—Neilson Bros., Lind. The sooner a cough or a cold is cured with out harm to the sufferer the better. Lingering colds are dangerous. Hacking ocugh is dis tressing. One Minute Cough cure quickly cures it. Why suffer when such a cough cure is with in reach? It is pleasant to the taste.—H E Gritmari. Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter. DeWitt's Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cure Sick Headache, Biliousness, inactive liver and clear the eomplexion. Small, sugar coated, don't gripe or c nausea- H E (iritraan. Moki Tea Postively cures sick headache. indigestion and constipation. A delightful herb drink. Removes all eruptions of the skin producing a beautiful complexion or money refunded. 25 and 60 cts. For sale by H. E Uritman. Notice to the Public. Owing to the tact that we have consolidated with the Ritsville Hardware we desire to get all accounts straightened up and would aak that all knowing themselves indebted to us would eall and settle by cash or note. Bauer-Bier Co. a cough is not like a fever. It does i.ot have to run a certain course. Cure it quickly and effectually with One Minute Cough Cure, the best remedy for all ages and for the most severe cases. Ve recommend it because it's good.- H E Uritman Acker's Dyspeiwia T a blots are sold on a positive guarantee. Cures heart-burn, raising of the food, distress after eating or any form of dyspepsia. One little tablet gives immediate relief. 25 and 50 cents. For sale by H. E. Grit man. When you have eaten too much, or when you suffer from any iorin of dyspepsia or indigest ion remember that Kodol Dyspepsia l ure di gests what you cat. It cures the worst forms of dyspepsia. 11 E Uritman, druggist. Your Face Shows the state of your feelings and the state of your health as well. Impure blood makes Itself apparent in a pale and sallow complexion pimples and skin eruptions. If you are feeling weak and worn out and do not have a healthy apoearance you should try Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood diseases where cheap Sarsaparillas and so called purifiers fail; know ing this we sell every bottle on a positive guar antee. H. E. Uritman, Druggist. Muaic Lessons. Miss Eva Meyer is prepared to teach music and give lessons on piano or or gan to those desiringeducation in that line. Instruction conferred at her residence on College Hill, or arrange ments can.be mode for her to visit the home of pupil. Reasonable rates cc corded those desiring to become mu sicians. Land for Sale. A nice little residence five blocks from post office. Two line Stock Ranches which must sell at one*. All of sec. 38 tp. 19 n, r. 36. Ne»i, anil ne*4 of nw quarter, sec. 19, tp. 20. SW, sec. 15. tp. 17. n., r. H3. NU, sec 7, tp. 17, r. 34. All of sec. ft Hud \ in sec. 6, tp. 19 n.. r. 36. Be quarter, sec. 28, tp. 20 n., r 36 Ne quarter, sec 14. tp 20 n, r 33 Nw quarter, sec 10, tp 19 n. r 33 A quarter section of land nine mites from Ritzville, has a growing crop, new house, splendid well of water. This farm is fully equipped and Is a beautiful homo. Owner de sires x> sell on account of owning more land than he can handle. A nice quarter section of land one mile from postofllce in Itltßvllle. All fenced, dwelling, fine well abundance of water, shade trees, and numerous other improvements. Price |1600. A bargain. • Lots 3 and 4in section 6, township 40, range 2 east, 147 acres, all farming land, county road running through this lana;l7 mile from Blaine and 6 miles from Knster K. K. station and 17 miles from Whatcom. In trade worth |200 U. Lots 2to 6 block S.Gilman Park, 7-room house woodshed, apiary, barn. Lots all Improved, 4t) fruit trees all kinds; shrubs of all kinds (fruit bearing ) Ballard city property. £1000 In trade Lots 6 and 11, block 24, Salmon Bay addition, north of Ballard. Suburb of Seattle. Lots 1 and 3, in block 4, Huntington Park ad dition to DesMolnea, lowa. Prefer land In Ad ams county Sec. lot 18, tp. 27, range eaat; all that portion of lot 4 lying on east of S. L. and K. K. 22 acres; half of it cleared; water on property; 3 miles from Snohomish near Cathcart statiou. Value |tioo. No Incumbrances. Taxes paid. And any amount of other farm and city prop erty, for particulars call at this office. SOCIETIES. 1 ** 17 OF P.—-Prairie Queen No. 36, xJ* , IV Knights of Pythias, meets Wednes 'S&gday night of each week In the Pythian •■'Castle. Visiting brothers are invited to attend. Gbo. C Mookk, C. C. Clyde Smith. K. of B. A B. ■ ri, I O. O. F.—Ritxvllle l/4>dge No. 68, » I. O. O. v., meets every Thurs- night at 8 o'clock, in the Greene block. A cordial invitation and a fraternal welcome is extended to sojourning brothers. John Bovkr, N. G. K. D. Gilron. K. & P., Secy. Benj Martin, Treas. ZKNOBIA LODGE NO.IIB l> of K.. I. O. O. F. Meets every first and third Thursdays in each mouth at 8 p. in. in Greene's hall. Matilda Proity, N. G. Li!.' IAN CtTNNINOHAM, Focy. Kthei. Bovkr, V. G. oka Lamorraux, Treat. m IS ANI> A. M. Ritzville I«odgo F. A " A. M. No. 101, meets In regular communication on the second and fourth Saturdays In each month at ' ~ p.m. All brethren cordially In vited to be present. Byron L Sittun, W. M. K. D Gilron, Secy. Jamkv Tvrnrr. Treas. 7A. * fl A. K.—W. B. Haxen Post, No. 46, 11a W meets first and Third Saturdays each month, at Greene's hall. vtS. v J. M. Harris, Commander. 'IV 11. Zimmerman, Adj. LO. T. M.—Meets second and fourth Tuesday evenings In each month at Greene's Hall. Lady Ella Thompson, Com. Lady Edith Gilron, R. K mr O.T. M.-Defiance Tent No. 14, Knlgbts of IV the Maccabees, meet first third Satur day evenings at 7:30 sharp. Ail visiting Sir Knights welcome. £ D. Gilron, Com. W. O. Ltwia, R. K OF Camp No. 483, Meets Ist and 3d Tuesdays of each month. All neigh bors in good standing arc invited to visit the camp. Gro. A. Krnnkdy, C. C. L B Sorrrr, Clerk. MW. A.—Ritiville camp No. MM, Meets every Friday evening Visiting neighbors will re ceive a cordial welcome. Char. N. Lamorkai'X, V. C. W. W. Kino, Clerk TOMANOWASH TRIBE NO. 39, I. O. R. M.- Meets the first sun of every seven suns at Green's hall at the seventh run and thirtieth breath. All visiting Redmen welcome. Samtrl Hutchinson, Sachem. W. W. Zent, C. O. R. CHURCH DIRECTORY. EP WORTH LEAGUE — Devotional service* every Habbalh at 6:80 p. m.. at the. M E. church. J. H. Everett. Pastor. /CONGREGATIONAL Churcn—G. H. Newman, v/ pastor. Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 m Sabbath school at 12 o'clock ra Y. P. 8. C. K., 6:30 p. m. GERMAN Evangelical Church—Rev. GUlmau, paator. Services every other Sunday In each month at 10:80 a. m Sunday school every Sunday at #:80 a. m. All German speaking people Invited. METHODIST Episcopal Church — Preaching service every Lord'n Day, morning and evening Sunday school everv Sabbath at 10 a.m. Mid-week prayer meeting every Thurs day evening. Choir practice after prayer meet ing. All are inrlted. Griffith'* Corner*- Preaching services every second and fourth Sunday at 8 p. m. Willis—Preaching every first and third Sunday at 8 p. m J. H. Everett, Pastor. GERMAN Congregational—Preaching every Sunday at ft a. m. and Bp. m Sunday school at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed nesday at Bp. m. All German sneaking people arc cordially invited to attend Others are j welcome. Gotubb Schkueele. Pastor. | Notice to Horse Men. The annual round-up of horses for the spring and summer of 1890, will begin at Lind, Washington, on the 2d day of Kay. Commencing at Lind will go down Cow creek, to Palouse river by Bossett's and Washtucna, and down Snake river. All horse men are requested meet at Lind on the lstxiay of May, 1899. Ben. Hutchinson, Arthur Colwell, W. H. Merrill. <" J | Just In Time! t 0 . Tlwt is the secret of success in all tilings, being "Just in Time." In no case is it so important to be just in time, as in buying your 0 $ HARNESS FOR SPRING WORK i J For much depends on the early start you get. Although wc have one of the Largest and Best Selected Stocks J J of Harness and Saddles J In eastern Washington, we would say to every one, "Be just in time." \ as there is going to be a greater demand than usual for that class of goods this spring. Kvery purchase \ guaranteed to give satisfaction \ £ Prices Always Lowest. £ REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. 5 W. R. PETERS, t 4/WWWWW £ IF YOU WANT WEALTH l—\ ¥ * £IF YOU WANT VALUE, Jj Vi, * \ If you want to find anything 9 You may need in * * * 0 £ SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS | J SEE ITS. I r Not Too Cheap to be Good Quality. J Now open for your inspection—An elegant line of Spring and Slimmer Suitings, all up-to-date go xls. Also mail} beautiful designs ▼ in Laces; Linens etc. Spring and Summer dress goods. \ OI B JIOTTO. \ J QUICK SALES SMALL PROFITS, f Z CLODIUS St VON HOLT, 2 4 Successors to F. Q. SPANJER & CO. NeiL-SON - BROS. LIND'S LEADING riFPCHANTS Desire to call your attention to the fact thiit they carry aline of General Merchandise that in equal to any in Adams county, ami the pricea are as low as any first-class establishment in eastern Washington. Paint Your New Houses, We carry a full line of the very best mixed house j.alnts and oils, leads, etc., which are offered at verv low figure*. Paint your houses and you will save many times the price of the paint from damage by weather. Portland Cement. We have Just received a car load of the celebrated Portland Cement for Cisterns, etc. Get our figures before you buy. Speaking of Farm Machinery We carry a full line of the Flying Dutchman Gang plow, Monitor Drill, Disc Harrows, etc. We also handle the Bain Wagon. Our Line of Hardware Is complete as can b« found anywhere, comprising everything the farmer may need. A full of Tinware, Htovesand Kaugcs. If you are a bargain hunter You will find it greatly to your advantage to examine our goods and prices. We do by our customers as wo would have them do to us: Treat them white. Come and ihmj us. NEILSON BROS. LIND Wash. I FURNITURE | ♦ Lot of New Goods ■ ¥ X At Rock Bottom Prices. % | YOUR FALL TRADE SOLICITED. I I O. R. HHICHT I Good Quality. Fair Prices. SEE I CONTRACTOR iARTHUR| and BUILDER. If you contemplate erecting a Residence, Store liarn or any other kind of a building mi l wish to have a thoroughly up-to-date structure you should have me draw your plans and give estimates. None but First-class riechanics Employed, C. ARTHUR, Architect. ! iooo FAMILIES | ' TO SUPPLY WITH CHOICE GROCERIES. $ g DHVEBNNY BROS | X THE LEADING GROCERS. A <9 RITZVILLE, WASH. DAVENNY BROS. €» FTLAJSTK S-AJ*.OJ3»TT\ Horseshoeing and General Blacksmithing PRICKS SEASONABLE. Shop in iwu- of S. J. Kne« k Co'» »tore. Llnd, Wash.