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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 11 August 1894

VOL. i. fm-k HoB-Partisan Standpoint.* Goe: M. Pullman has become more famouß than his car factory at Pullman, 111., or his Pullman coaches would ever have made him. He cut down the wages of his car porters until the travelling public must make them gifts to enable them to live. But he did not cut down the price of a berth. He cut down the wages of his employes at Pullman, but he did not cut down their rent bills. The workmen struck because of this wrong. Then the American Railway Union made common cause with the striking, workmen, and struck on the lines using the Pull man coaches. The strikers were willing to arbitrate differences — not so Mr. Pullman and the rail way magnates. They cannot con cede this on account of "principle" —They omit saying that the prin ciple is that the millionaires must stand by each other. What the California railways are to gain by lighting Mr. Pullman's battle for o o him is not clear. The people are growing weary of having their rights, their comfort ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 11 August 1894

THE REFORMER'S DAWN. -(O) R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. 10) H 't't'lchj Edition /Wr Per I'ear. Monthly Edition, 1()c Per )'rar. FUBLIcHL.U WKcIvLV A MONTHLY BY THE DAWM PUBLISHING CO. R. }'. KtMHNSTON, I'IthSIOKNT. \\ M. V-ONNku»A, VK:K " N. (V i>AVII>SON, TKKASUItKK. It A. TtTHNKK, SKCKKTAKY. Board of Directors: 'I'. .1. Kiiudiill, I'llil Olmstetul, U. <\ Charlton, \V. 11. Mclvee, A L. Flint, T. Shull, StevciiHDii, H. I*. SlulUutte. I'aTHONIZK riIOSK WHO f'ATKOMZK l! 8— Ol'll AHVkUTIZKKS. $3*Wantki»: Kkadkks of Dawn to PA'I KONIZK Oil K ADVKKTISKJiS. |£&"Ukßoi.vki». That each dklkgatk (to Statu Ai.uanck) bk instkuctkd to UKINfi UKFOItK KVKHY A U.I ANCK THAT WK MKIJt.'KdT THK WKMMKRH TO MAKK THKIK I'UKCHASKS OH MKHC HANTS WHO *I>\ KKTISK IN Ol'll KkFOKM NKWSI'AI'KKfI. Wk shall expose fraud and cor ruption wherever found. The man that goes to war with out his gun is a poor soldier. Any man that will lahor hard to Feeure the nomination for any of fice and then deny it, is unwo...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 11 August 1894

PEOPLE'S PARTY STATE TICKET. For Congress: W*. I\ C. ADAMS. of Whatcom County. We recommend that the legisla-! «> » oopy of their famous English Octo tare of the State provide fov the |J™ T]"" mßp 1 and the Koad with The Dawn tor year election by the direct vote of the f or 75 ctß . Regular price of the Koad people of grain inspectors, mine in- jis $1. Send all orders to Dawn office. spectors, log scalers and inspectern After The Strike Is Oyer, of food products and all other State ; Wicittkn uv Two Stiukino Switchman. officers not prohibited by the con- i Once a pretty maiden climbed an old man's stitution. t k " e f e - .. Asked for u story—"Papa tell me We demand that all companies : wiiy ar« you lonely, whv are yon sad, ADDITIONAL LOCALS. H. J. Snively of Yakima wan in the city Thursday. David Morton and M. C. Pace are finishing up a nice little cottage for P. H. \V. Rose in Sunnyside ad dition. Batchelors going in the moun tains for an outing should not trav el in a buggy—to...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 11 August 1894

LOCvIL JVA'TTtf. tf. S. Prowell in up froir. Kiona. Upv Beit returned to town this weak. •Tlios. L. Gamble of Cle-Elum wa« ys top/n tliis week. S. 'V, M.-vxey and wife returned from Yaki ih*/Thursday. F. I), Selinebiy made a Hying teip to North Yakima, this week. Hon. L. It. Grimes and wife of tflympia, are in the city thi'j week. A Mires and family arc on the TS&anawav camping, hunting and iahing. Dr. Bean and family are spend ing a few days outing on the Teana «ray above Ilye-Patch. F. f). Schnebly returned Sunday swjui the Nanum. He reports ev twybody enjoying themselves. T. 1). <>uinn, a good Populist of Wenas, was on our streets Monday wxlb a l< u'l of tine peaches. •frank cJossong and family and 'Vrjj. Kcliiukeand family have gone sftr a weeks outing up the Nanum. hi C. Park, formerly of this «cty, but now a resident of San Fran -ajseo. if-' visiting relatives in this tralley. T. J. Hamilton, U. S. Marshal for aids Territory under Cleveland's for ®«r administratio...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 18 August 1894

VOL. i. Ht BASE FALSEHOOD. Wr have been informed that cer tain parties- have been circulating the report that the Dawn is an In dependent paper—notPopuli6t. All such reports are base and'malicious fabrications. Who Cm Answer? Someone has discovered that all • of the State nominees on the Pupu list; ticket are members of the A. P. A. We do not believe it, but if they are, and were nominated as! Populists, and not as A. P. A's., we j would have no kick coming. What! we do object to is the manipulation i of Populist conventions in behalf of j a secret.order.—Tacoma Sun. j Sow# and to th« Point If the Populists who have joined the A. P. A. are wise,and really de sire to see Pbpnlist principles suc ceed, they will have n© more to do with this organisation. If a-man's ability aricl inclftiatfow and desire to fight Catholics.- is to be made a test of his Populism,-then we are not a Populist. Let the republi earis'ftght it out on that line if they want to, but let us, who claim to be in fav...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 18 August 1894

IHE REFORMER'S DAWN. (O) S.. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (01 Weekly Edition /jOr Per I'car. Monthly Edition 10c Per Year. •*JBLISHED WklfcKLY & MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. S. P. Kdginistox, President. Wm. VonXkida, Vice " Sk C. Davidson, Treasurer. & A- Turnkk, .Secretary. Board of Directors', '3t J. Rauilall, Phil Olmwteatl, «. C. Charlton. W. IK McKee, la li- r i". C. ft bull« Slfv n»on r B. P. Shellelte. I KOMZB THOSE WHO HATRONI/E »-UIH Al» v HKTI/.ERS. g£g~\VA>.*7Headers ok I>awn to WROM/.H •_>ua ADVERTISERS* Uksdl'-kbi That k.ych delegate fjO'IWI. AI.UANCK) BK instructed to 3HtIN*• BI.KORE BVEHY ALLIANCE THAT nv. IlKi/i K,IT THE MEMBERS TO MAKE TEHKIK IM K( lIASKS OK MERCHANTS WHO •»l»\ h i. I I- K IS OLE KEKORM NEWSI'AI'EKS. JfcStiL -M \ N4.» waMMBMBWWM—WPPWBi A iT'.t V lama and Van Patten in , the whole people of the #tale will be honestly represented. A\ t y government that is always fcoking after the welfare of the aris fc>(:;acy while the musses have to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 18 August 1894

A FRANK ADMISSION. I From a Capitalistic Source on the Labor Problem. The workingmen of this country entertain mighty little doubt of the real feeling entertained by capital toward labor, but the following from an exchange, embodying the brutal and compact views of a prominent railroader 011 the subject are of spec ial significance just now and well worth reproducing: "The very latest and most valu able contribution toward the solu tion of the labor question from Di vision Superintendent Bennett, of the Pennsylvania railroad, with headquarters at Logan sport,. Indi ana. He said last week: "Our road was never in better condition to meet a strike," and then he proceeded to explain: "You take a silver dollar and lay it 011 a shelf for a year and you still have a silver dollar. Hut you lay a man on a shelf for a year and he becomes a skeleton. This is the so lution ot the labor problem." This sort of language may seem harsh, yet it will prevent more suf fering than the bushels of mock p...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 18 August 1894

-Titccfcj fc.LKN«BI'KU l,OT>tiE. No. ";3 1. O. T. flMet* at G. A. K. Hall evirv -;ti. crctiiug. ■w ©. SALLADAY, W. A ~l KINMAN, C. T. SKC. JElTbe W. t. ]'. U. meetM •very two weck« at 3 j». in., ai (he Christian c&arcb, on lulr Jlril. All are cor dially invited to attend whet tier members or not, Conie If you are interested in the cause temperance. 3lr«. C. L Fmnt, <Skc'y. LOCAL NEWS. Ben. to. Snipes was in town t!iis week. P. H. W. Roes left Monday li.ght fcr Portland. Mi». English died at the Yakima IS&wse, Aug. loth** Mrs. O. I). Fisher of Yakima is a£»iting Mr. Edgington's family. The city has been full of teachers attending the institute this week. The State Convention of the W. C- T. U., will meet at Dayton, Sept. 32th ttH I' *■ 'M H. Wheii did the Elleues«rg Regfs #r turn republican? We see-, the Jb*t : quotc-3 it as such. Mtk y. T; McDonald and twolit tfe\ girls lei"i cya Wednesday of this week for Oss&yoos Lake, their fu- Ibie home. ('. V. Warner came down...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 25 August 1894

VOL. x. SPECIAL NOTICE. Some persons have complained to us that there is no avenue open to the public.-for the discussion of questions about the management of our county and city affairs &c. While we cannot take up all these subjects at present we expect to do so some time, if in the mean time, there are others who wish to do so, our columns are open to all legitimate discussions. WILL YOU ACT IN TIME? Elsewhere in this issue will be found the call for a convention to nominate candidates for the various county offices to be voted for at the next general election. The Popu lists will at that time be called up on to perform a duty, the like of which has never devolved' upon them. In that convention; they will be surrounded by circumstan ces, against which they have never had to contend, and which we hope will never occur again. In that convention, they will be confronted by a ring; a ring composed of shy sters and office seekers; a ring that is not willing the people shall say whe...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 25 August 1894

THE REFORMER'S DAWN. <0) S. A. TURNER. TtBITOR '01 Weekly Edition oOr Per Vcar. Monthly Edition lOr Per J 'ear. ■CBLISHED WE: KLY ft. MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. flfc-P. EDGINtiTON, PRESIDENT. Wm. YonXeida, Vice " ft, C. Davidson, Treasurer. BL A. Turner, Secretary.. Board of Directors; •St 3. Randal'j Phil CHmMte.nl, C. Charlton - W. H. McKee, A L. Klim, 'F. C. Shull, ®rsen Stevenson,. B. P. Shefflette. jfr'lT'J'Al KOM/K THOSE WHO PATRONIZE X ADVKRTIZEKM. tJf*\VAMKi>: Readehs of Dawn to MTItUMZK OUK ADVERTISERS. .lIirMLK.-ioi vßiv. That kach delegate fts«» - :-v Alliance) hk instructed to ■1(1 Sri KHVOICE EVERY AI.MANCE THAT IK | * KMT '1 HK MEMHER3 TO MAKE TM KI!: !'|-HV»AHE3* or MERCHANTS WHO »))vr«i im>:n our Reform newspapers. r J i. hi: should be no compromise wff?i r. I' >.oi: anck is the evil of which we •umplaiu unci knowledge is the nmedy. Fusion means confusion, and *iil lead to disruption of any party Bhfi practices it. The sooner we dispose of politi ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 25 August 1894

W. €. T. MRS. M. C. TURNER, MANAGER. editor of the Dawn is not in auy way responsible for any matter ap pearing in this department. Ep. The city of New York had )1875) 7, 000 licensed drinking saloons, which, if placed in a row in a direct line, would make a street like Broadway 13 miles long. She spent for intoxicating drinks $60,000,000 during the year. And there were employed in the business 35, 000 persons. She had 450 churches and chapels; and there were engaged in preaching and teaching the public and private schools 3,000 persons, all of which to support cost $4,500,000. The total suin invested in the liquor business of all kinds amounted to $140. 000,000. There was only invested in manufactures $60,000,000, and in bank ing $80,000,000. The police depart ment cost $3,ooo,ooo; for public amuse ment there were paid $5,000,000. The meat bill was $30,000,000 and f the bread $28,000,000. The daily con sumption of beer was 40,000 kegs. There were 65,121 arrests for intoxi cation an...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 25 August 1894

Xobqe ®Di-r«cto: ij. J&LLBSBttI KO L.ODGK, No. M 1. O. G. T. aieets at G. A. R. Hall every I'. evening, ft O. SALLADAY, W. A c. T. Skc. ®3TThe Fllenebimrh W. 0. T. U. meets ♦very two weeks at 'A p. m. f at the Christian ahurch, beginning on July :*rd. All are eor ikilly invited to attend whether members or lot. Come if yon are interested in the eause •af temperance. MKB. C. L PI,INT, -SKC'Y. LOCAL NEWS. ' Who said that it was not hot IShursday? The public school of this city •§>ens Sept; 3rd. Mrs. Bessie Wilson is visiting in 3?drtland this week. Pat Donnelly came down from | ffeanaway on Monday. A. A. Batterson made a Hying! trip to Tacoma this week. E T. Wi 1 son returned Th ursday 1 iJom a trip through Montana. C. H. Flummerfelt, deputy post- j Aaster, has been sick this week. fiornbeck has moved his | #n. sJu'i l into the Club building. VV. 'V. Stone and B. P. Shifflett 1 «:\rt vtown to Yakima tomorrow. ! Tlu republicans have called at feunty convention for Sept. 13th. I ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 1 September 1894

VOL. i. SPECIAL NOTICE. We have, with this issue commenc gending the Weekly Dawn, to some of our Monthly subscribers. If it is not satisfactory, they will please notify us at once. SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTS. Scientific experiments with the human cuticle demonstrates the fact that tho shin on your body, when properly tanned, makes the finest and most durable leather. We view these experiments with alarm. Plutocracy has discovered that Americans are a race of curs, and fight is not in them. They have discovered that A mericans live on soup, join Coxey armies, sleep in freight cars, eat carrion and die before they will fight. Plutocracy not only bonds and robs the people but rubs it in on them by turning United States bayonets against them. > These experiments in the way of tanning human hides appear to us j to be the forerunner of a new in dustry. Plutocracy evidently intends to begin shortly the tanning of human hides. Sir George Pullman would look well in a pair of boots made of Deb...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 1 September 1894

LOCAL \i:ws. ———-/K iJr, I. N. Powei ha- rKurned from iis trip to Alaska. •J. M. Baird and party have re lumed from their outing at New port. C. L. Collins has been moving ais store furniture for the last few «feys. Examine your reiigion, and see A it is not established on a gold lasis. The question is looming up in box ear letters, "What has congress done?" We take notice that there are a %w republicans and democrats out jfir office. The Champion, a Pop paper over it Whatcom, is fighting the A. P, vigorously. Ac I a t accounts there were no hedges that the democratic party &b,d redeemed. Congr'-s.- has adjoarned, the only apr.rii it; thing they have done since jjjbev < i »iivened. Th< .'lore Steiner, former proprie i>r < 'ir: fforton Hotel, was on our »re* 111 week. .lull-, i Thornhill and wife made the j < .%■ office a pleasant call yes iftrday. Come again. .1. B. Davidson and party return *l on Thursday from their four *»vica outing on the Nanum. V ould it not ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 8 September 1894

We are Fighting lor PRINCIPLE Nofc Party Men. VOL. i. ANTI-CONVENTION NOTES. The People's Tribune again urges the imperative necessity of placing a straight Pcpulist ticket in every county and in every legislative, senatorial and congressional dis trict in the State of Michigan. It may happen that in some districts the vote shall be light, but this on ly proves the need of making a be ginning. Each successive campaign brings returns that certain districts or precincts were not organized be fore, and in the great race we are carrying weights in the nature of townships politically dead. Voters in every nook and corner of this great State should remember that we must creep before we can walk, and in the wave of political reform that is sweeping over the land we need a tangible, visible foundation in the way of a recorded vote for the principles and platform of the par ty. This we need in every ward and township, and we need it at every election. The ;Tribune lifts its voice against the...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 8 September 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. PUBLISHED VTMXLY A MONTHLY BY HE DAWI PUBLISNINS CO. (O) X. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (0) Weekly Edition 50c Per I ear. Monthly Edition 10c Per Year. 3. P. Edgington, President. Ifm. VonNeida, Vice President. C. .Davidson, Treasurer. 3. Ai Turner, Secretary. WFICK, Booms ft *« In CABWOKLL aOLOCK. The Dawn can be had at Wheel *a news stand. Wanted- -At this office. Wood, aav, gr:>in and fruit ou subscrip- Sous to Dawn, VJemember that it is one tiling to ®e.uve nomination and another to iK w .tre "cu election \V f;.,r lovely times the republi cs!.s had their primaries at Seat £> ->t "viiurday. It is only the t have disturbances at skieir ■>> according to the 3&*.>to.ratic press, but that disgrace ful affair at the republican prima ry at Seattle, double discounts any thing occurring at Populist conven- S»>ns so far. The other day we heard a man say he would vote his old party ticket straight if a yellow dog was on it. Poor deluded creature. He occupies ab...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 8 September 1894

LOCAL JfEWS. * "I eannol tell bow the truth mar be, I tell the tale as 'twas told to m»." Hon. John A. Shoudy came dowi from Peshastin last Sunday. W© received a very pleasant cal from 0. R. Martin, of the Roslyr Sentinel, on Thursday. Candidate Harry Eld red callei on us this week and talked all a round the political bush. Rev. Evana of the Methodis church has been returned here fo: another year by the Conference. Rev. M~ R. Brown, formerly eta tioned- at this place, but now o Watervi'lle, is in the city for a fev days. Mrs. EVarm, wife of the Method ist minister at this place, has gon< an a two month's viait to her ole home at Walla Walla. Mrs. R. A. Turner and childrer together with Robt. Weedin ant family,, returned from Douglas Co. Monday. Mr. Weedm left for hii home Wednesday morning. State Auditor Grimes is in tTi< cftv this week. We suppose then will be something "drap rr soon, s< many of the prominent lepublicai political bosses are circulating •bout. Capt. J. H. M...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 8 September 1894

Wbat file Fariser Wants. Ho wants ail equal chance with men engaged in other business; no aiore. He wanta an equal representation ah the legislative department. He want 3 a fair remuneration for bis labor. He wants no speculation in the jrice of the products of the farm. He wants more money that debt feade navy be abolished. Ha wants more money and lees misery. He wanta reduced rates on the transportation of the products of Siis labor, in order to place him aearer the consumer. He wants the free coinage of sil- Ter and the issue of full legal ten der paper money. He wants the financial system so wodfiied that money will become Sate beneficent agent of commerce instead of its master. H*». wants free and fair elections ati.il :unity in politics. iie wants everybody to have a ikk h-t/iw- in the race of life. 11. wants to- see the genius of dirye.ted to the development of tfee -•-"•lUitry's resources. lie wants to see class legislation t&olished. He wants id i>ee all men success ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 15 September 1894

We are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Not Party Men. VOL. i., THE POPULIST CONVENTION Ms up a'tfckef and adjourns—The dis turber and dictators Roslyn Ignored and the Ring ticket Nominated. Last Saturday at 9:30 a. the Populist convention o! Kittitas chanty convened with H. \V. El dred as temporary ehafrman and W. E. M£lvy temporary secretary. On motion of "Jumbo" Wynegar, a committee on credentials of one from each precinct was appointed as follows: Cle-Elum I. E. Curtis. Roilyn, Ist] ward.... —Peterson. " 2nd u .. .J. F. Brown. Mountain Peterson. Culver J. W. LaMar. E. Kittftas F. S. McDonald. S. Kittitas D. A.Stokes. N. Kittitas W. H. McKee. W. Kittitas L. F. Ellison. Ellensburg, Ist ward, J. T. Green wood. " 2nd. ". E. S. Losie. S. Ellengburg S. W. Greene. Manastash J. D. Dammon. On motion the following persons were selected as a committee on permanent organization: Cle-Elum F. S.Taylor. Mountain J. C. Meyers. Roslyn, Ist ward N. Leyda. " 2nd u ....Sam Mills. Culver C. F. Knight. E. Kitt...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 15 September 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. (0) R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (0) Weekly Edition fjOc Per 1 ear. Monthly Edition lOc Per Year. PUBLISHED WEfcKLY "Jt MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHIH6 CO. R. P. Edgington, President. Wm. VonNeida, Vice President. S. C. Davidson, Treasurer. R. Secretary. OFriCK, I4MOII &«<!■ CAOWDELL BLOCK. TlfK Dawn can be had at Wheel trs news Btaud. Wanted- -At this office. Wood, hay, grain and fruit on subscrip tions to Dawn. Many Populists who said a month ago they would support Ready, now say they positively will not. Tin: Dawn may not have much influence but it gives the ring in the Populist party a sight of troub le and "gets-there" just the same. TnK old parties have thousands of jnst such characters as Ready and Norton and we hope to God they will keep them. They are Populist for office and revenue. All such men should be politically "set down upon 1 ' and we believe they will l>e. T,:~ Dawn is the only paper in the State that dare assert its man hood in fighting fraud and c...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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