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LOCAL EVENTS OE THE WEEK
TOOBTHBR WITH A PERSONAL. MENTION OF THOSE IN THE riOVINa PAN ORAfIA OF LOCAL HISTORY. Ed Bryant of Lind was here Wednes day. Mrs J. J. Joyce returned from Spo kane Monday evening. Mrs. Nicho'as of Cunningham was a city visitor last week. Mrs. Littleton and family left this morning for Spokane. F. P. Schwalbe of Cunningham was a business visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald left this morning for Spokane for a few days visit. Rev. J. O. Couch and wife returned j Saturday from a two days sojourn at Cunningham. YVm. VVeiand left Sunday evening for Idaho to inspect some property and mining interests. "Daddy" Ebener left Tuesday eve ning for Olympia on business with the state authorities. . Fred Walton, proprietor of the New port bowling alleys, is recovering from a siege of sickness. Gentry Rushing has taken charge of the furniture department of the King Mercantile Co.'s store. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bergstrom have returned from Medical Lake, where they spent the summer camping. Mrs. A. V. Phillippay of Kahlotus is here on a visit with her mother, Mrs. T. W. Hauschild, and family. C. W. Hammond and wife have re turned from their summer outing at Medical Lake and Idaho resorts. Mrs. Ed Klinke, cashier at the K & K Restaurant, returned Monday from a week's visit with Spokane friends. W. W. Chapman, recently from the East, has accepted the position of book keeper with the King Mercantile Co. J. C. Sullivan, a jovial farmer of Rat tlesnake Flat, was telling his tales of the simple life among his friends here today. Jas. C. Hammond, proprietor of the Old Crow dispensary, returned Wednes day from a several days fishing trip in Idaho. Thomas Daley has been appointed teacher of the Imus district school near Lind. Mr. Daley is recently from Min nesota. H. A. Moore, of Dunlap, lowa, was here Monday inspecting his business in terests here, being a prominent land owner. O. G. Harding and family have moved into town to give the children the ben efit of the excellent school facilities of this place. J. F. Irby, postmaster here, was visit ing his brother Nate, and looking after his farming interests in Cunningham last week. A. 8. Newland and family have again moved to Kitzville for the winter, so as to give the children the advantage of our large high school. Herman Ullrich and Magdalena Dam mel, both of Lind, were married Monday morning, August 27, in this city by Justice M. L. Burkhart. Prof. A. W. Taylor has again returned to Ritzville from Seattle, where he spent the summer. His many friends are glad to again see him in our midst. Guy Lovell and wife have returned from a two weeks visit in the coast cities where they went on a wedding trip, being recently married in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Griffith of Cun ningham are in town, coming up to at tend the wedding of her bister, Miss Ina Couch, and his brother, Morton Griffith. Leonard Schmidt, a prosperous young farmer living four miles south of town, is running two grain drills. This is the first wheat known to be sown in the County this season. Mr. and 'Mrs. W. R. Cunningham Sr„ Miss Gillian Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cunningham Jr. have returned from Medical Lake, where they spent (he summer camping. Mrs, Georgia Johnson is seriously ill at her residence in this city. Urs. Bice and Adams have been attending her and strong hopes are entertained for her recovery in the near future, C, E. McClure, W. F. Taylor, R. Ackerman and fcmil Kbener have re turned from a three weeks camping trip on the St. Joe river in Idaho. They all appear in ruddy health and say they had a genuine good time. J. O. Couch and family will move to Twin Falls, Idaho, some time this fall, as they have taken up land over io that part of the country. The people of Riti ville and vicinity are sorry to lose such a respected citizen as Mr. Couch has proven himself to be. Mrs. H. Warner and daughter, Miss Thea, left this morning for Seattle, where they go for the winter. They cme here the first of July to stay for the summer with Mr. Warner, who has charge of the £lectfjc Light Company here The many friends who formed their acquaint* ance while here are very sorry to see them leave. The record run of heading for this part of the country was concluded Monday when Bradley & Whipple finished a 32 # days' run and cut 1050 acres. The land was owned by E. L. Bradley and Qared Lavender. This is about the largest average that has been made in this country, as this averages 32 4 13 acres per day. Morris* threshing machine follows this machine into the field and it also has made a record run. RIIZVILLE SCHOOLS 10 OPEN At Nine O'clock Next Monday Morning the First School Bell Will Invite the Boys and Girls. Prof. A. W. Taylor, principal of the Ritzville High and Public schools, ar rived this week after his summer vaca tion, and is busily engaged in making arrangements to open the schools next Monday morning. Some of the teachers are here ready to begin work and others have notified the Board of Education that they will not respond. Prof. Taylor is endeavoring to fill the vacant places. The Ritzville schools are widely known in educational circles for their high effi ciency, and the principal will endeavor to better the standard again this year. The students who are ready to begin are showing a lively interest in the work and a very successful school year is pre dicted. The following named have been ap pointed teachers in the Ritzville sciiools: A. VV. Taylor, superintendent. High School— Mr. Sansome, mathematics and sciences. Lucile Mclntyrc, latin. Reba Huen, German and English. Miss Littleton, eighth grade. Miss Donald, sixth and seventh. Miss Cook, fourth and i.fth. Miss Himelberger, second and third. Miss Newland, primary and first. Lincoln School— J. H. Perkins, principal. Miss Evans, fourth and fifth grades. Miss Brace, second and third. Miss Jobe, primary and first. Miss Wagner, supervisor of music and drawing. Several families have moved into town the past week in order that the pupils may have the benefit of an early start. The boys who are interested in athletics are doing all in their power to get the boys to attend school here this year who will be good material for a football and baseball team, as athletics will play a prominent part in the school work this year. Otto Couch, manager of the foot ball team, says he thinks that it will be possible to get boys enough to pick a strong team, and in case it is possible the boys will buck up against all the high schools in this part of the country this fall. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. Christian Church directory for Sunday, September 2. — VV. H. Harris, pastor. Bible school loa.m ; J. \t Bennington, superintendent. Communion and wor ship ii a. m ; theme, "The Will." En deavor 7 p. m.; leader, Miss Bessie Couch; subject, ' Spiritual Blindness." Reading by Miss Ethel Bevard entitled "Saved by a Song" will be given. Evan gelistic service 8 p. m.; theme, "The Twins Before God." Each sermon will be illustrated by a song. At the morn ing service the choir will sing "1 Will Arise," and in the evening Mr. C. A. Sapp will sing "A Dream of Paradise." Rev. J. A. Bohnet of the Millenia! Dawn faith will preach at the Christian Church on Monday and Tuesday eve nings, September 3 and 4, at 8 o'clock. Subject, Monday evening, "The Wise and Foolish Virgins; Tuesday, "The Great Pyramid of Egypt." All are in vited. Services in the Baptist Church next Sabbath will be as follows: Sunday school at lo a. m. Preaching at 11 a. 111. Subject, "Christ Our Passover." Com munion following the sermon. Union services in the evening at 8 o'clock. The usual services will be held in the Congregational Church next Sunday. Rev. Wm. Proctor will preside. A Home Wedding. - At the farm home of Mr. J. O. Couch, ten miles north of Ritzville, K. Morton Griffith and Miss Ina Couch were united in marriage. Mr. Griffith, son of James Griffith, is an enterprising young man of a high moral standing in this community, who is respected by all who know him. He graduated from the Kitzville High School two years ago and since then ha* been employed by the Meyers Shepley Company. Miss Ina Couch is a very accomplished young lady, going to Full man two years ago and taking a special course in music. About thirty guests, friends and relatives of the young couple, were witnesses to the ceremony. Many valuable present* were received by the young people, among them being *175 in cash from the bride's father. They will take up their residence at Twin Falls, where they have both taken up a home stead. The New» offers congratula tions. Furniture, Sewing Machines and Carpets At The King Mercantile Co.'s. Posi tively the opportunity will be afforded for a few weeks on.y for you to have ex cellent bargains in the lines above men tioned. We will sell you an up-to-date White sewing machine, fully warranted, for only $35, and in carpets, rc»ckers and numerous other articles you can also secure great bargains. We now have an experienced furniture man giving his entire time to this line alone, and he will take pleasure in showing you through our large stock. Rates to the Spokane Interstate Fair. The Northern Pacific will sell round trip tickets tor the above, including ad mission to the fair, for $3 10. Tickets on sale September 23d to October 3d in clusive, the returning coupon being good until October 7th. On September 24th only the road will sell the above tickets for $2.45 E. W. Lyons, Agent. Latest Improved White Sewing Ma chine $35 at King Mercantile Co. Personal and Local Events. Mrs. W. C. Reeder left Monday for a few days' visit at Spokane. T. E. Brockhausen, a Prosser toakery man, was in town the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Cla'ud Barker are down from Anglin, Okanogan county' to spend the summer. Hiner Dorman, a prosperous farmer living eight miles north of town, was seen on the streets here Tuesday. Miss Florence Fowler spent Sunday at the farm home five miles west of town, the guest of Misses Esther and Emma Newland. Walter Chittenden of Chittenden Bros., grocers, has sold his interest to K. A. Chittenden, and with his family will leave for Minnesota, G. W. l'eugh of Grand Junction, Colo., district manager ot the Colorado Tele phone Company, is visiting his brother in-law, Frank York of this city. The cornerstone ot the German Meth odist Church was laid last Sunday. Rev. Mr. Mueller, pastor of the new church, conducted the services. The church will cost $4000. Geo. Schoessler, a prominent farmer who resides ten miles west of to* 11, lost a linger in an ..ccident while hxing a windmill on his farm last Meek. Dr. Win. F. Armann dressed the injured hand. Mayor Fred Thiol has opened an up town office next door south of the First N'utionul Bank and will buy grain this season for the Kerr-Gifford Compay, who are erecting a large warehouse in the south end of the Northern Pacific yards. Hal Crompton, through his attorney, John Truax, has made application to the superior court for letters ol administra tion m the estate ot his wife, who died recently. The estate is in the southern part of Adams county and is valued at 1 $30,000. J. G. Kiekt,r went through this city Tuesday on his way to the German con j ference meeting. Mr. Kieker was form erly librarian here, but later went to ■ Liud as pastor ot the Lmd German church. At present he is located at Portland, Ore. Frank York and wife left for Alberta Saturday Their household good, left at the depot for shipment, were attachid shortly after their departure. Mr. York stood well in this community and it was a'surprise to many that such action should be taken. The regular quarterly meeting of the Eastern Washington Christian Mission ary Society met with W. J. Kenning ton August 30, the following members being present: J. A. Pine, Dayton; Kalph Sargent, Pullman; C. F. Stevens. Spo kane; VV. T. Adams, Waitsburg; W. J. Bennington. The city water was shut off Monday while the 100,000 gallon reservoir was cleansed of all foreign substances and the six inch c< nnection from C street was made. This makes the last connec tion of the six-inch mains and it is hoped that in the future belter water service will be had in this city. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Zent have re turned from a two weeks pleasure trip into the Blue mountain country near Walla Walla. They thoroughly en joyed the change and the free atmos phere of the higher altitude. They would have remained longer hut Mr. Zent's pressing business cares with the Adams County Abstract Co. caused them to hurry back for a share of tropical •fif/ville's good old summer time. 1 have a first-class stock ol line trim* mings—trimmings of all kinds. Call around and inspect my stork. Mrs. T. J. Hallin, The Up-to-Date Milliner. Convention at the Spokane Fair. The publicity committee of the Spo kane Chamber of Commerce, with the assistance ol the Portland Commercial Club and other leading organizations of the northwest, is preparing for a big convention* of delegates from all the commercial bodies of Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana. This meeting will be held in Hpokane, September 25, the second day of the Spokane Interstate Fair, R. C. Rohrabacher, secretary of the Spokane committee, who has been to Portland, Seattle and other coast cities, has consulted the leading commercial bodies on Ihat side of the cascades, and definite arrangements have been made for this convention. The call already has been issued and every board of trade, chamber of commerce or other similar organization is asked to send del egates, and if a city or town has no such organization the leading citizens arc in vited to participate. It is intended to plan at this meeting for a great publicity movement for the j entire Pacific northwest, which will cou tinue for years to come. Straw Day. Notice is hereb) given that Monday, September 10, is Straw Hay. and all business houses are requested to close up their place of business for said day until 5 p. m. No wheat will be received in ware houses during said day. By Committee. ORE EXHIBITS AT TIE FAIR Old Camps Make Better Displays of Their Wealth and New Districts Send Samples. Word comes that a good mining ex hibit will be seen at the Spokane Inter state Fair this year, which opens. Sep tember 2.1 Robt. H Cosgrove, manager of the fair, has preserved all the exhibits which have been gathered during the last two or three years, and this in itself makes a good display of the mineral resources of the Pacific northwest. Be sides these, however, many camps are sending in new specimens which will freshen up their displays and show the latest developments of their mines and the new discoveries. George William Cornish of Green wood, It. C., is preparing entire new ex hibits of the big mines of the Boundary country, which will be shipped to the fair this year. The Boundary in the past has had some of the best ore ever seen at Spokane. Many new exhibits will be made by the mines of the Couer d'Alenes. This district has been forging ahead with ureat rapidity during the past year and the mining men believe that while in the prist they have had representative show ings of their properties at the Spokane fairs, it is quite necessary that these be added to in order to properly represent the mines of this now famous section. It is the desire of the management of the fair that all the districts in the Pacific northwest follow the example of the Couer d'Alenes and the Boundary and strengthen their displays at the fair which lasts two weeks this year instead of one, and will be a greater benefit to all miners who exhibit. Several new camps and discaveries will make a show ing for the first time. A scientist estimates that the else tiic.al entrpy of a flash of lightning, if it could h< utilized, would l e worth $1400. The dxniHpe which is sump tunes wrought I y its misapplication amounts to many tunes that. Band Concert. The weekly open air hand concert will be given at I) and Second street* on Friday evening, August 31, commencing at 7:45 o'clock. Following is the pro gram: March—The Social Whirl Foote Overture—Golden Crescent Miller Waltzes—-Voice of the Night Harris Selection—Prince of Pilsen l.udus \ a Song for baritone -Would You Care. I b Caprice—Pretty llrown Curls March Vigone Vandersloot .lamks Austin. Director. At a Pennsylvania wedding the other day the gn»*U ate tw • hogs, one cow ami thirty chickens, and drunk $200 worth of beer, nays the Philadelphia Pipmm. That wasn't, a wedding, it must hive been a h*rt>eciie. Born. At the farm hoim*, Saturday, August 25, 1906, to the wife of Henry Schoessler, a twelve pound son. l)r Hewitt attend ing physician. Tin* iiinn who lihh all lie need** in rcli. He who lihh all he wantu in a tollnuiHirH. Colonist Tickets. From August 27th until October 31st inclusive the Northern Pacific will sell one way second-class colonist tickets from St. Paul, Minneapolis, !>uluth and Superior to Riizville for $22 50. If you [have any friends in the East who are in tending to come West now is the time to Bell them of this rate, or if you will give sue the address 1 will see that they are otified. E. W LYONS, Agent. i have one of the best trimmers of the ;.st coming for the fall trade. Come >.ii(l see us. Mrs. T J Hallin, Milliner. Notice to Hunters. No hunting will be allowed on my place on Crab creek, and anybody found tresspassing will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Clay Lavf.ndf.r. Latest Improved White Sewing Ma chine $35 at King Mercantile Co. Special Rates East via 0. R. & N May 24,25 and 26, New Haven, Conn, and return, $83 60. June 4, 6. 7, 2\ and 2f>, July 2 and 3, August 7, 8 and q and September 8 and 10, to Chicago, 111. and return, $64; Omaha, Neb., and return 552.50; Sioux City, Ia and return, $52.50 Kansas City. Mo . and return. $52 50; 8t Joseph, Mo., and return, $52.50; Denver Colo., and return, $50; Colorado Springs, Colo., and return, *50.50 Sept. 7, 8 and Qth only Milwaukee, Wis., and return, $62 20. Limit (jo days but not to exceed Oct. 31st. Stopovers allowed. Hmall extra charge for return via California, Write for particulars. We have the Scenic Route, and the only one via Salt Lake and Denver. (». J. \lohler, G .A., Spokane, Wash. Low Rates East Via the North western Line. We are now able to quote very low round trip rates to various eastern points. If you expect mc to go east, write me be (ore you duv. 1 will be glad to plan your trip, reserve your berths and send vou descriptive matter free, with full intor mation. H S. Collins. Gen'l Agent, 615 Sprauue Ave., Spokane For Sale—A Snap. Fifty-two at re» of Hay Front land miles from Olympia on good roads. Two springs and spring brook on placa. Twenty ai res slashed. $1200 cash if taken within the next 60 days. Geo. L Cai.lvkkt, RiUvilU, Wash. Boys Who Run Wild. The murder of James F. Sloane whs one of the most horrible affairs ever committed in Spokane. The fact that the de»d was committed by the victim's s'oii adds to the horror of the sfTair. I The act was deliberate, cold blooded, 1 brutal in every detail; yet it is not im probable that another plea of emo tional insanity will be made in his behalf, says the Spokesman-Review. Everything may be done to flhield the youth who deliberately planned to murder bis father for $500. Already his friends have advised him. Pie suitably they have given him hope, have given him to understand that he has friends and they will help him. Do these friends fail to realize that something is due society? Do they pass over the important fact that a social leper is kept from societv for society's good and not for the con venience of the outcast? Sympathy is a great and noble trait; but it should not be misdirected—it should not be confused with maudlin senti mentality. The deliberate perpetrat.u of a revolting crime is not to be pet? ted and turned loose to commit new horrors. This young man had companion!*. Other young men in Spokane associa* ted with liim. They were partners in some of his debasing pastimes. There are smaller editions of Sidney Sloane. They may lack the nerve, the cruelly, the utter degeneracy of the boy who now occupies a cell in lhe city jail, but they are on the down hill grade. If not otupped now there is 110 way to foretell the depths of depravity to which they may descend. The tyianny of kings is easy com pared with that of one's own class. [Application No. >497.] NOTICK OK BALE OF SCHOOL LAND. Notice li hereby given that on the 28th dity of July, 19U6, at the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon, on Mid day, at the door of the court house In Adams County, Washington, the fol lowing described school land will be sold Nt pub he auction to the highest bidder therefor, The sw'/4 of section M, township 20, range 31 E. W. 11., apptaised at $t7 per acre. Total ap praised value of this quarter section, $2720. Im provements appraised at |200. The se*4 of section :«6, township 20, range 31 E. W. M., appraised at fl7 per acre. Total ap praised value of said laud. $2720. Improve ments appraised at $J0... Haid school laud will be sold for not less thnn the appraised value and subject to the Im provements situated thereon, and as apprHi*e<l by the Board of Btate l<aud Commissioners in the maimer provided by law, a statement of which is now ou file lu the office of the Auditor of said County Terms of sale are: Uuder contract, one teuth to be paid on the dsy of sale, and onetcuih annually thereafter 011 the fiist day of March of each year, with accrued interest on deterred balance at 6 per cent, per niiuum: Provided, That any purchase mny mute full payment hi any time and obtain • deed. The purchaser of sui h land will be required to pay at the lime of b.tle the appraised value of any Improvements or valuable materials on such laud In full, in addition to the oue-temh of the sale price. The above desctibed school lands are offered for sale by virtue of an order of the Board of Htate Land Commissioners, made on the Bth day of May, 1906, duly certified and ou file in office of said County Auditor. C. E. AMBBAUH. County Auditor. . Dated at Kitsville. Wash, this 23d day •! June, 190S NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. United Mtates Land Office, Hpokane Full*. Wuh., May 26, 1906. Notice la uereby Kiveil that in compliance with the proviaioua ol I lie act of cougresa of Juue 8. 18i8, entitled, "An act for the Bale ol timber land* in the Htatca of California, Ore gou. Nevada, and Waablngtou Territory," km extended to all the Public l<and Hiatea by act of Auguat 4, im, FRANK HAI.LKTT. of Kit/, vllle, county of Adaina, Htate of WaHhingtou, ban thiaday filed iu thia office hia aworu aisle ment. No. VM. for the purchaae ol lot l.*e' 4 neU, eW bc' 4 ol sectlou No.«», iu towuahip No. 18 N.. Range No. 37 K. W. M . aud will offer proof to show that the laud aoiiKhl ia more uable for Its timber or atone than for agrlcui tural purpoeea, and to estabilah hia claim to aaid land before J. L. Croaa, 11. H. CouimlMioncr for KaHtern district of WaahiUKtoii.al Kitiville, Waali.. ou Tueaday, the 4th day of Heptember, 1906. lie namea aa witueaaea: John Ullla. William Raucore, J. R, llallett and Karl Utter, all of Kitsville, Waah. Any aud all persons claiming adveraely the above-described lauda, are requested to Hie their clalrna, In tbla office on or beloru aaid 4tlt day of Heptember, l'.KN>. HAL J. COLK, Iteglater. Flrai pub May Mi 1006. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. United Htatua Land office, ( Hpokane Faila, Waali., July 6, 1006. ) Notice ia hereby given that the following named aettler liaa Hied notice of hia intention to make tlnal proof iu aupport of hia claim, and that aaid proof will lie made beiore Ueo. F. Chriateiiaeu, County Clerk aud clerk of the Huperior Court of Adama County, at Rtuville, ou Hepteuiber 4,1906, vi»: KRNHT l»S KINO. Who made Homestead Kntry No. 1.1166, July 16, 1W)I. for the ne' 4 of section 24, towuahip l'J N, range 86 K, W. M He names the following witncMsea to prove hia couliuuoua reaideuce upon and cultivatW.u of said laud, viz: Fred Weber, Henry I>e King, Carl Hcbeel and William Biermanu.all of Ritsvllle, WaaiiiniOoii. HAL J. COLK, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Ui.tted Htate* l*and Office. I 1 Hpokane Falla, Waah.. May 2*. 19U6. ) Notice is hereby given thai In compliance ; with the provisions of the act of Cougreaa of June>, 1878, entitled "An act for the aale of timber landa In the states of California, Ore gon, Nevada and Washington Territory," a* extended to all tbe Public Laud Htates by act of August 4. 1892, BHKRDY WALKKR. ol Flew-her, county ot Adama, Htate of Washiujr ton, has this day filed In tbla office hia aworu statement No *F\ for the purchaae of the se'<4 of section No. 84 In towuahip No. 17 N , range No. 86 K. W. M , and will offer proof to show tnattbe land sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural. fiurpoaes, and to establish his claim to said aud before J. L. Cross, 11. B. Commissioner for Kastern district of Washington, at Ritsville. Washington, on Tuesday, tne4th day of Hep tember, 1906. He names as witnesses: Isaac Klgf. Roy Rogers. R. L. Ilurna and Rue sel Berry, of Fletcher, Waahlngtou. Any and all peraona claiming adversely the above-described lauds are requested to flle their claims In this office on or before said 4th day of September, 1906. HAL J. COLK. Register. First pnb. May 90,1909. CONTKBT NOTICE Department of the Interior. United Bin tea Land Office, Spokane Vail*, 1 Waah.. July 2&, !'.**>. | A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by David K. Cole, couteatant. ■ntuil homestead entry No. 16814, made April 6 lMtf. lor lot 1 and WA NK' 4 . HKJ4 NW'i, sec lion 4. township 18 K., range 38. K. W. M.. by Ueniamiu W. Mathews, co 11 tea tee. lu which it Is alleged that Benjamin W. Mathews h*« whollyabandoned said tract of land; that he has tailed* to leside upon aud cultivate the same for inore than six months last past; and that said alleged absence was not due to his employment In the United Htates Navy. Army or Marine Coins lu any capacity during a time of war. Bald parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence louchitiK an id allegation at K) o'clock a. in on October in. 1906. before the Register and Receiver at the United Htates Land Office lu H|>okaue Kails, Washington. The a«id contestant having, In a proper affi davit, filed July 36, 11M>, set forth fact* which ahow that after due diligence peritonei service of this notice can not be made. It ia hereby or dered and directed that such notice be given due and proper publication. UAL J. COI.K, Register. idvirtiae in the Hiw». No other travel-book tells as much about the Great Northwest as does <<\Y ONDERLAND jqo^ Its chapters deal with Paget Sound, the Columbia River* the Queniut Indians, the Bitterwnt Ratine of Montana, the Yellowstone National Park. SEND IT TO YOUR EASTERN FRIEN There's nothing better an a guide to the* splendid country between the Mississippi and the tide waters of the Pacific. 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We have f FANCY BOX STATIONERY f In all the latest styles-:—beautiful goods that will appeal to you the moment you see tllem Our stock is extensive and we can certainly suit your taste in the grade yotir pocket hook will allow All prices from 10 cenU to 75 cents H. E. GRITMAN DRUGGIST AND STATIONER BUSINESS LOCALS. Why not open a bank account? The First National Hank will as?ist you to do so by furnishing you with a Home Sav ings Hank in which to keep your savings until you have accumulated enough to deposit. They will open your bank upon presentation and place the contents, of large or small amount, to your credit and pay you interest at 5 per cent from date of credit, interest to be computed and credited to your account on January Ist and July Ist of each year. Try this savings system and you will be surprised at the amount you will accumulate. It will pay you to investigate. THE ONLY SAFK WAY to keep your valuable papers, etc., is to have a safe deposit box in a tire and burglar proof vault. The First National Hank has all of these facilities and will rent you a box at a reasonable figure. Your patronage is coui .-on !y solicited Call up, walk up, ride up or any way to get up to the Kitzviile Prading Co.'s white goods sale. Now is the time to order a new sum mer suit of clothes Before ordering see L. H. Da vies, over Rosenoff's. You cannot afford to overlook our 39c assortment of drawers and corset cov ers. Kitzviile Trading Co. Household goods and furniture for sale; almost as good as new; dirt cheap. Inquire at News office. Don't overlook the white goods sale at the Kitzviile Trading Co.'s It will last just ten days. Ask to see our line of silk komonos. Kitzviile Trading Co. Wanted—Nursing or housekeeping. Inquire at this office. See what Huster Brown has to say next week. Cross. — Uand and insurance. Fine Tailoring 1-1 AVI. your clothes cut, tit and made here in Kitzville by a thoroughly experienced Tailor. Kntire satisfaction guaranteed or your money will he refunded. YOURS FOR BUSINESS. Jno. Theo DE GORK J. O. GLENN, D. O. Osteopathic Physician. (irtnliiMii l ol Arni-rlraii Hrhool of • >hi<>o|»hv Klrkm lllr, umlor A. T- Htlll, (oiuxlnr of tin* School of OMuopathy. oFKH'KH—Opp Flrnl National Hank build! Passenger Train Time. WKHT HO UNO. No. 1 North i'oiihi Limited . 84« n. No I I vltt Otly ex (.1.--* !9sM No. ft *MuriliiKt<»n ... 7:2.th. No Ift p«m*uiik«t . . 6:14 p. KAST BoIIN 0. So 2 -NorlbCoaxt Mmlted a. No 4 Twin ('My expri'M ...... 8:10 p. No. «'• litirliliKlotl 4:3 ft a. No. 1H |tanM!tiKor I :20 p. JOHN TRUAX, Attorney at Law. Will practice in all Courts, Htatc a Federal. Conveyancing. Office with S I.and Commissioner, Kitzviile, Wai School Begins $ 80011, hiid you moHt remember that tin* eMunntial lliingH mm- Good Books Pencils Tablets, Etc. We have everything in thin linn and can guarantee our stock. %%■ Don't wait till Reptember 3, but do it now. .-. Call Up 47 .'. Rosenoff (Q. Co. HORSESHOEING Carriage Work and (Icticrnl Blacktmithin F. M. Decatur. cSTKiS.