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NOOTHtRN PAGING TME TAMf. WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND. No. 3.. I:l3am. No. 6.. 4:35 am. No. 5.. 7:25 am. No. 2.. B:32am. No. 1.. 9:45 am. No. 4.. 8:50 pm. No. 15 .. 6:25 pm. No. 16 .. 1:20 pm. The Journal's ads are worth reading. Wheat market to-day: Bluestem 75; Red 70. Fresh fruit and vegetables at D. J. Kalkwarf's. Wm. Weiand, of Spokane, was in the city Tuesday on business. Just like treading on air to wear the R E Z Shoes for sale by D. J. Kalkwarf. J. C. Linn has accepted a posi tion with the Summers Transfer Co. W. B. Mack, of Spokane, is collecting in this territory for the Gilbert Hunt Co. Largest line of tailer samples in city at D. J. Kalkwarf's department store. Call and see them. Satis faction guaranteed. Chas. Wenderoth, watchmak er for S. S. Frantz Jewelry Co., of this city was an over-Sunday visitor with his family in Seattle. BORN, to Mr. and Mrs. Joh. Luiten, Monday evening Oct. 21, a seven pound baby girl. Dr, Hewit was in attendauce W. G. Offutt, of Knob Hill, paid a business visit to our neighboring city of Lind last Saturday. W. C. Reeder came down from Spokane last Friday to attend to his collection business on Satur day. W. R. Cunningham, Sr., has 8 wheat farms to sell on the wheat payment plan. Read his advertisement in this issue. For Sale—A good standing desk (bookkeepers) in good con dition, at Eller's Second Hand Store. Lincoln Laughlin. former Aud itor of this county but now re ding with his family at or near Sunnyside, was in town Monday on business. The Ritzville Steam Laundry, under the management of Mr. C. Swenson, formerly of the Hotel Spokane Laundry opened for business Tuesday noon. P. R. Clark has returned from a three weeks trip to his old home at Upper Sandusky, Ohio. He reports having a pleasant trip. Rev. O. I. Bennett lectured to a small but appreciative audience at the local Christian Church last night. The subject was "Microbes", Robt. Wilker, an employer of the Fair store, is convalescing from quite a severe attack of typhoid fever. Dr. Hewit is attending him. Dr. Hewit informs us that H. R. Schuler, of Paha, is ill with typhoid fever at the doctors im provised hospital in the Jacob , Schoessler home on college hill. STRAYED—To my place 10i miles south and 1 mile west of Ritzville a : two year old mare cdy, color gray. I Owner, can have same by proving ' ownership and paying expenses. ' John Gust ( Rings Dyspepsia Tablets do the < work. Stomach trouble, dyspepsia in- ' digestion, bloating,etc., yield quickly. Two days treatment free. Ask your druggist for a free trial. Emerson 1 Drug Co. f Gideon Leonard, for many 1 years a prominent citizen of this 1 county, has sold his farming im- 1 plements and stock and moved ( back to town. He has rented , his ranch and says he has quit farming for good. A Mr. Horsman, with the Western Live Stock Insurance Co., as Supt. of Agents, was in Ritzville Tuesday in the interests of his company. We acknow ledge a pleasant call. The first number of the H. S. Lecture course will be given Thuesday Oct. 31, at the Congr. , Church. Kellogg-Haine Singing Party will render a fine musical programme. J, Do not fail to hear Kellogg j Haines Singing Party. Besides d general concert work, they sing a fragments from Grand Opera. Also give numbers in costume from Comic Opera. s Superior Judge Morris, of fi Seattle, is presiding this week in v place of Judge Zent. The case n now before theflcourt is that of David Gross, of Spokane, against 40 or 50 farmers in the south part of the county. Suit is brought b to enforce payment of conditional tl notes given the defunct Spokane v & Columbia River Railroad Co, , D. C. Barronnett, for nearly _ 20 years a resident of Ritzville - and during most of that time one of it's foremost citizens, is in the city from Spokane, where he now resides. , The candidates are beginning i. to give voters the "glad hand" i. again. As all candidates have '■ thus far filed as "Citizens" they will do their scrapping in the »; primaries. Let the best man win. News comes from Cunningham that Postmaster John F. Irby, in attempting to catch No. 16 for s Ritzvill last week, established a '• new record for the 100 yards ir dash for fat men. It is a well known fact that persona living in the Pine forests do not suf i- fer from kidney diseases. One doss of r Pineulesat night usually relieves back ache. 30 day's treatment, $1.00. Your s money refunded if not satisfied. At Emerson Drug Co., Ritzville. n A. B. Wiltse, after twice fa.il ing to pass the examination be -1 fore the State Supreme Court for admittance to practise law, finally passed at it's last session. . The third time is always the charm, etc. » f No one could ask for better . weather than we are now having. . If farmers don't get their fall , grain sown and their wheat all hauled from the fields with this kind of weather it is certainly their own fault. r FOR SALE-See F. C. Henne t burg about that fruit and alfalfa ranch he has for sale nearßrews -1 ter. It's a fine place and can be j had on reasonable terms. Read . the advertisement in another column. 2t-p 3 Rev. O. I. Bennett, pastor of 3 the Christian church of this city 5 on Sunday received the sad news of the serious illness of his fath er who lives near Kansas City, » and will leave on next Monday j for that place. STRAYED-From Walla Walla pasture 12 miles southeast of Ritzville, one black horse 2 years ' old, IE brandWl on left hip. Rea ; sonable reward. Address: Box 183, Ritzville, 10-23 x 11-6 Ray Sanders This office is in receipt of ad- I vices from Dr. J. O. Glenn, a . former resident of Ritzville, to the effect that he has located in Kent, King county, and has be f gun practice there. The doc -1 tor's many friends here will wish him success in his new field. Farmers are doing a good deal of righteous kicking at the local | grain men because of the low ! price of wheat in Ritzville as compared with the surrounding towns. Shortage of cars and full warehouses is given by some as one of the causes for the prevail ' ing low prices. Mothers with little children need no longer fear croup, colds or whooping cough. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup tastes good. It works off the cold through the bowles, clears" the head. ' Guarantee. Emerson Drug Co., Ritz ville. MISS McQUILKEN,an expert in ladies' shampooing and scalp treat ment, formerly of Boston, but now having headquarters in Spokane, is in the city for a short time. Ladies troubled with dandruff, falling hair or itching scalps, can have this entirely removed by Miss McQuilken's method. Face massage a specialty. 1 —Phone No. 316. It comes put up in a collapuble tube ! with a nozzle, easy to apply to the sorreness and inflamation, - for any form of piles; it soothes and heals, relieve the pain, itching and burning. Man Zan Pile Remedy. Price 50 cts. . Guarantee. At Emerson Drug Co. LOST: in Ritzville on the road to Cow 1 Lake on or about Sept. Ist, a Bunqh of keys contain*i£. Two Yale Lock keys, one or two plain door keys, Hall Safe key, Desk, suit case and several small keys, also a small sou venir knife, a souvenir of the Louu siana Purchase exposition. Finder will receive liberal reward by re turning same to this office A man was discouraged from a > lifetime of failures. He had only i $90 left to his name. Ke invested : it in 600 shares of Nevade mining I stock at 15 cents a share. With- 1 in as many days as he invested i dollars the stock went up to $17 ! i a share, and the man sold out for ( $10,200. He is a millionaire now. If you will write to the Lee Com stock Mining Company, Postof fice Box 258, Ryolite, Nevada, it will -tell you how to duplicate this ' man's success. f NOTICE. < All persons knowing themselves to , be indebted to me will kindle call at the German-American Bank in Ritz- ' ville and settle same. ' Dr. J. O. Glenn. 1 < y The John F Irby Co., have e bought and almost finished mov ie ing the harness stock formerly is owned by W. C. Reeder. This e enterprising firm are now pre pared to fit out a farmer with g anything in the line of harness, " saddles, blankets, farm machin e ' ery, hardware and furniture that y the most particular patron may e wish. Drop in and see their n stock when in town. 3t-p Rev. J. A. Pine, of Dayton, n corresponding secretary for the n Eastern Washington Christian ,r Missionary Society, was in the a city Sunday in the interests of Is j that work and delivered a brief ; address at the local Christian I church. Rev. Pine was formerly 18 , pastor of the Dayton church, be r" ing succeeded there by Rev. W. )f : H. Harris of this city. :-! Franz Koch, the big wheat ,r farmer 2 miles northwest of town t is painting and otherwise im proving the property he recently t purchased of Dr. Hershberger, I- ! and as soon as it is ready for oc i- j cupancy he will move his fami- t 1 ly to town. Mr. Koch owns one , of the best farms in this county i. and it is highly improved and e near town but, like many others, I he has amassed sufficient of this r j world's goods to be able to retire ■_ I and take life easy. IJ A surprise was given Ruby II Bennett last monday eve by the s JuniorEndeavorers being herl2th Y birthday. A beautiful ring was presented. Those present were: i- Laira Walton, Floyd Low, Edith a Helme, Ada Helme, Edna Helme, i- Lillie Osborn, Anna Hanson, e Arthur Butler, Elsie Starring, i George Eller, Arthur Jell, Edwin r Eller, Ralph Low. The evening was spent in games and a f general good time. V STRAYED—To my place, 2 miles s southeast of Paha, one bay mare, white on all four feet, . ! white face and branded c" on fi right shoulder, weighs about 1,000 pounds. \ Appeared the a first time abflpt two months f ago, then left and returned s about one month ago. Owner - : may claim the same by paying i for this advertisement and feed bill. s GUSTAV SCHUETZ. The following have filed as 1 candidates for city offices at the > coming city election: For mayor, 1 O. R. Holcomb; for city engin ■ | eer, J. A. Coss and Earl Greene; - for treasurer, Wm. Spring; for i city attorney, J. Oscar Adams and Mr. Wiltse; for councilman -1 at-large; J. J. Joyce; for cduncil -1 man from first ward, Wm. John r son; for councilman from second i ward, G. F. Christensen; for ! councilmon from the third ward, I W. H. 'Martin, A. F. Rosenoff i and A. Faucher. For city clerk, ■ IJ. L. Cross and G. E. Lovell. jThe people of the third ward , j seem to be the only ones who r i were awake. j I John Staudenmaier, one of the | solid ranchers of the Third Cou ! lee country west of Ritzville, was in the city Saturday on busi ness and paid this office a pleasant call. Mr. Staudenmaier recently , lost by fire his house, barn, all his feed and household goods and ' other personal property to the ' , amount of nearly $2,000 and has i just recently erected a new dwel- , , ling in which he and his family are again domiciled. He says that ' \ while harvest and threshing are ' [ over in his community not near- i ily all of the wheat has yet been ] hauled to market and but very , little fall wheat has been sown. Mr. Staudenmaier has decided to 1 sell his ranch and has an adver tisement in "another column , which will be worth your while to read. While in town he sub scribed for the Journal which means that hereafter he intends 1 ,to keep posted as to what is going : on in the world. Attention Smal Boys. Attention of smal boys or big ones either is called to the city ordinance governing the Public Library. It provides for a fine of $25 against anyone caught writing on the walls, inside or out, or in any other way defac ing or mutilating the building or i furniture. Already pictures have been drawn on the new white walls and other disfiguring marks made. Anyone detected in this kind of business will be severely dealt with out of Sight. "Out of sight, out of mind," is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore, burn or wound that's been treated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind and out of existence. Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence. Guaranteed by Rosenoff & Co. Druggist. 26c. e Mr. W. R. Cunningham, Sr. reports - making the following sales: 647.58 acres sold for Dr. I. A. Cot tingham, of Aurora, M0.,t0 Jacob and I John Haase, for 512.U51.60. , 768 acres sold for Cunningham and - Berry, for $19,980 to David Gusa. 478 acres for J. H. McChessney, sold to U. H. Ferguson of Adams, Ore. for $14,340,000 365 feetof St. Louis property for M. 1 J- Logan of Cunninghamf or $6570. I ! Make this up at your Home. j. What will appear very interesting! j to many people here is the articlc | ' taken from a New York daily paper, - giving a simple prescription, a< formu ■ lated by a noted authority, who claims that he has found a positive remedy to' cure almost any case of backache or kidney or bladder derangement, in the r following simple prescription, if tak , en before the stage of Bright's dis ■ ease: > Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half r ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Shake well in a bottle and > take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at oed time. A well-known druggist here at ( home, when asked regarding this [ prescription, stated that the ing-edi - ; ents are all harmless, and can be : obtained at a small cost from any good 1 Prescription pharmacy, or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so. He further stated that while this pres . cription is often prescribed in rheuma tic afflictions with splendid results, he ■ could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and J urinary troubles and backache, as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney ! structure, cleansing these most impor ; tant organs and helping them to sift ' and filter from the blood the foul acids 1 and waste matter which cause sickness | and suffering. Those of our readers , who suffer can make no mistake in [ giving it a trial. LANTZ NOTES The Edmond School opened on Mon day Oct. 21st. Mr. J. Ralph Grlest of Wellsville, York Co., Pa., will have charge of the Dugger School 14 miles west of Ritzville. In an interview, Mr. Greist, in regard to the labor and wage question, says, that common la bor in Pennsylvania ranges from one dollar to a dollar and fifty cents a day and expert labor in mechanical I branches from $2 to $2.50 per day. Will the wage-kickers in Adams County think this matter over and , compare the home wages with those ( of the easten states ? Qutncjr. The following items from the Quin- | cy Quill will be of interest to many | of our raders: j Mr. Bovee, of Ritzville, a guest of \ J. A. Wilburn, is quite ill, and is re quiring the service of Dr. Vail. I Messrs. George & Delivuk, of the ] Quincy Hardware Co., have sold their t stock of hardware to G. D. Baoko and | George Spanjer, who have each re- e spective hardwares. We have not s learned what Messrs. George & Deli- t vik intend to do now that they have 0 sold. Wm. Ragleas has a fine display of | vegetables in his office which were c grown just north of town. Among t them are a quantity of potatoes which 0 would make any Irishman's mouth b Ranch for Sale Contains 160 acres of which 60 to 70 acres are tillable. 20 acres is fine bottom suitable for timothy or alfalfa. 30 acres can be irrigated, 15 from lake on ranch and 15 acres from large spring; exclusive water right goes with ranch for fruit or alfalfa. 10 acres more could be set to fruit without irrigation. 50 rods of good ditch drains the bottom land. Good pasture, well fenced. Entire ranch is fenced and cross fenced. Plen ty of timber for home use. School miles; good saw mill 2 miles. 3 miles from town and 8 miles from steam boat landing, the head of navi gation on the Columbia. Modern house of six rooms and pantry; has large cottage windows; papered throughout. Has cellar. Small stable. Turkey house for 500 turkeys. Raised 716 turkeys on this ranee in 1906. Price guaranteed to be not less than 23c per pound for same. Come and see for yourselves. Reason for selling, am obliged to go east. Price $4,000. Part cash on balance. For further information call on F. C. Henneberg, Ritzville, Washington, or the owner on the premises, W. B. RICE. Brewster, Wash. I Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright s Disease A beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes For Sale By Rosenoff St Co. s water profusely. One big one, which has two or three of the family at - tached to it, weighs 4 pounds; the i o'hers, single tubers, average 2J pounds. They are of the white ele -1 phant variety. A sunflower among 3 the collection has a head measure } ment 15 niches full in diameter and is r a mighty fine specimen. He has also some corn which stands 10 ft. 3 in. ■ .high containing several monster ears, jAn apple from Brays' landing meas -1 ureslo in. ir. diameter, of the Wolf River \aricty,is also in the collection. r| i j Prouea. The Prosser Record says: The Kiona State Bank at Kiona lias been incorporated for $10,(10(1 by J. I). \ Bassett, J. E. Prouty and W. W. Tol man r , North Yakima. The Yakima Valley News says: J. E. Prouty, J.M Brown and Rev. Mr. Koontz, of Ritzville were in Gran r ger over Thursday night. Friday they . drove out to the orchards to witness ; picking and packing of winter aj pies. I The gentlmen returned to Proerss ! here they took the train for home. LIND. (From the Leader), i Dr. C 7 W. Bice was down from Ritzville Tuesday. • Wheal today: Bluestem 77 cents; I Club 74 cents. D. W. Zent made a business trip to ' Ritzville Tuesday. Lincoln Laughlin is over from Sun nyside on a business trip. Mrs. Gfeller and children went up | to Spokane last Saturday to spend a week or so. Born—Oct. 16th, to Mr. and Mrs.J. M. Moulton, a daughter. This is Miss Moulton No. 4. , C. H. Low has sold his residence ! property on Second street, between E i and I, to U. C. Carlyle. i M. L. Schermerhorn was a Spokane visitor the first of the week. Born—Sunday Oct. 13, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rhodes, a daughter. J. P. Donaldsor and G. W. Knee were business visitors at the county seat Tuesday. G. A. Carlin, manager of Turner's warehouse, is receiving more wheat than he can handle in the warehouse and is building a big platform for the overflow. Mr. and Mrs. J.H.Riemenschneider, of Spokane, formerly of Lind, have a | brand new son. R. S. Hamilton, the attorney, who is in a Spokane hospital taking treat ment for typhoid fever, is getting i along very nicely and will soon be i able to come home. The Farmers' Warehouse Company haß been obliged to build a big plat form to pile wheat on. It is coming, j in faster than it can be handled in the warehouse. R. L. Watson, who was badly hurt | by jumping from a moving train at | Pasco a week ago last Sunday, re turned home Thursday morning. When he fell Mr. Watson received a j severe bruise on the side of hia head and was unconsicous from Sunday un til Thursday. He is now about all over it. R. E. Roberts, manager of the St. Paul & Tacoma lumber Company's lo cal yard, has appnedicitis and was taken to Spokane this morning to be operated upon. He waß accompanied | by Dr. J. W. Henderson. As a wheat receiving station Lind is certainly the real thing with the name blown in the bottle. From early morning until dark the wheat teams come pouring in and the ware house men hardly get time to eat. Mrs Clarance Henderson was given a pleasant surprise last Saturday even ng by a number of the young people, it being the eve of her birthday anni versry. Progressive whist furnished the amusement for the evening, fol lowed by music and refreshments. Those present were Mr. and. Mrs. Zeitler; Misses Itendrix, Nelson, Bridgeman, Cheshire Haas, Alburty, Sterr, Tohin, Messrs. Harder, Bier, and Kemp. Two white nu'n and one gentleman of col(<r are doing time on the streets this week for being drunk and dis orderly. E. (i. Bonney is in cliarpe to see that they do 11 t si:: y i ti' 111 d get lost. Two gentlemen who were recently the possessors of beautiful hand painted jags were callers at Justice Jay's office this afternoon. They will stop at the Hotclßandell for four days and devote aportioi of their spare moments, in the meantime, to beauti fying the streets. Gold! Gold! Gold! DO YOU WANT WEALTH Would you go mining in Nevada's rich mountains at a nominal districts? Only A Few Dollars willput you on the ground floor and'may put you on easy street. Many have invested a small amount in Nevada mining and are Now Independend On Life A trip to town, a long street car ride, a cheap excursion by rail were all luxurious THEN; a private automobile, a tour of Europe, a summer home down by the sea, are mere matters of choice NOW. Stock in the Lee Comstock Mining Co. will do the work! It it Only 15 Cent* a Share NOW RuhH your orders or write for particulura Lee Comstock Mining Co. P. O. Box 258, Rhyolite. Nev. PINEULES M DATS' TREATMENT FOR $I.M Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. FOR ALL KIDNEY BLADDER TROUBLE, RHEUMATISM AND LUMBAGO A doee at bed time ura ally rellerea the meat aerere caae before morninf. BACKACHE PINEULE MEDICINE CO. CHICAGO. U. S. A. For sale by the Emerson Drug: Co. F.G.Henneberg Real Estate Farm Loans STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE Insurance Locating EASTERN SETTLERS A Specialty Member of the Interstate Invest ors' Association.