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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 June 1903

! ill mOf TODRY j ~ ii of Freewater is in II is a VYaHa Walla , v 7 ,«< het today. . - v [? 0 /cc and Mrs. R. M. ,\ ilia Walla from Hard . ['rents and daughter, visiting %vit 11 friends rma nee at Shieds' Park ntil after the band : shaw is in the city isiting with friends for Mr. Kershaw is agent R. R. at 'bat place. .; , was appointed department yes \ las Moritz, who will shortly to engage scott people com- ONeill, Robert H. i 'an Wintler wore in ! j tins [ the W. C. T. U. at M rs. Goodell in y< sterday afternoon. „' «_ .veil was elected pres *n. .. the ■ nsuing year. and W. H. Craw i tlympia some time goods in their pos it) to the charge of : . fore Judg • Irwin of H sday and were sentenc - . a> h in the peniten are expect< d to ar ris m tomorrow sometime. - the be.-t equipped n the city. Offers of goods at half • » ■ I go C d bread at Al \V. st Main. Phone I MAKE IyIFE E^A^Y for your wife during the warm weather. Buy goods of quality from a responsible house; goods wh...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 June 1903

GOVERNOR HENRY M'BRIDE TALKS TO THE FARMERS AT THEIR ANNUAL PICNIC HELD AT ELBERTON IN WHITMAN COUNTY —H E TALKS ON RAILROAD LEGISLATION PA YS RESPECTS TO PROMiSE BREAKERS. Elbert on, Wa.-h.--A distinct and en thusiastic ovation was given Gov. Henry Mcßride when he apepared on the platform to address thousands of Whitman county farmers at th.' annual Elberton picnic. The governor was in ""<' form and his address was one of the besl ever delivered by him in eastern Washington. His appearance on the platform from which the address was delivered was the signal for an enthusiastic ■ nit hurst from Ihe assembled crowd, and his eloquent address was fre quently punctuated with applause. The governor's address was entirely free from politics, though a good por tion of it was devoted to the discus sion of tli'- manly virtues of good cit izenship. Tiie speaker referred several times to Pr< sident Roosevelt and quoted at length from the speeches delivered by the president in this state. ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 June 1903

Don't Hesitate 3 "!r n Ny,. y, ; U * r « "decided where to 8 f r'i 4 J J satisfaction in the ex- * rfJzgk&WL I aßner , m w hi<-h we do up f !' , 1 ■ Collars a! -' ! cuffs. No J nt i L°, e l*\ ?° }iro] " :en buttonholes, * ..... . £5 I,n "' /. hat sent home in a per- I : —« fit with a color an(l "Kb J on 11 that are unsurpassed. 5 j £-4 B N Erf R, HARBEN |j f .---„ jtk ym\ « mhb Author of § f MI IT I i> + Q 3 I*3l I E I Copyright. 19G2, by * k I mJ* JLskJL im, JBL*e ML4 harper <& bros.. 41 X Who Publish the Work In Book Form. All * i 1 ■ 1 Rights Reserved - . T I i •[! j nued.) [> . ;l l your devilish ex . . -aid Alan impatieut [ tit j uy man's rase if he'd I've made a study of ... .1 hundreds of typi tfhed marriage from protracted illness or i dumb resignation or i don't mean that no . ai, sentimental brand after marriage, but I open « ; 'd courtship I si rl all hollow and out of ten, if people j law according to the ii sensible, open eyed ju l»e happier than the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 June 1903

—————— —I {Saturdayl % Is the last Day oftheQßr:AT • f RLDUCTIGN SAUI AT - - @ | TH 13 I 1 Chicago Store j % Wash Goods, Hats, Tailor Suits and % W Shirt Waists J 2 ... AT HALF PRICE -- - • jm— — |j 77#fi BEST FOUNTAIN PEN .! EVER USED M Were the words of a gentleman to Eg whom we had sold, a WATERMAN :::: MODERN a few days before. :: -j-: You will say the same if you try one of them, - •• :: :::: G S. Johnson Stationery Co. || Die BrtacVce Building. js| SHIELDS' PARK 1 Qj Cor Main and Palouse Streets. O Rasmus & Selson, Props. .1. I. F. Eversz, official Mvertisor. || HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE § STRICTLY REFINED AND MORAL. B Pa Every Evening at 8:15. f-J, SUI A«li»ii».-sion !."»«•. Reserved lOc Extra. M fej -^^ #^.^l>^^^^^plT l.^i«lw.^. l »->»■« •wwwmn.vmv*. »rm» |MWPp J HOTEL DACRES SOLD E\ Warden Catron Is New Proprietor. DEAL HOSED LAST EVENING Assumes Charge July 15, When Mr. and Mrs. Simon Will Depart for a Pleasure TYip. for IT years in the hotel business in Walla Walla ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 June 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. WHOMBIAN CONGRESS I No* in Session at [ Bogota L rONSIDtR IHE TREATY \ I thl United states the Right j I - Panama j .7. The state ~ l from Minis a a cablegram , : , session of the i enlivened June ration of the r, sid< nt opened i m< ssage in which p rsonally he he believes al to the coun ■ mi ree. industry .- it is indisput mbia thai the has declared ■hh to all S V EDES SCIENTISTS. f A ibal i iss. which L \v:,h a parry of . i i 1 at Jordan fisheries L; i Alaska, re-1 Payne Resumes His Work. . • 27.— Postmaster iepartment this tiforced absence of t« daj tol illness. His | ■ rious, though ! | - nol such as will II ■ the mat agement of the I stigation now in progress. Mad- 1 [ ■ s expect. turn from He- Ia ♦ a FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION. || '•'> 27.—Engineer | ' hew Robert | I and many pas- W; ' lision between | • tiger train i switch near I Both t rains were a * * ■ -E-CA\ STEAMER STRANDED. ■ T- xas, June 27.—The ■ inter Coramalapan strand ■ captain was ki...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 June 1903

THE DWELLEY - HERRICK .Ml SIC CO. se 11 the best known makes of pianos,in cluding the BEHNING and the popular "SWEETLAND." The only piano manufac tured by a woman. Our pianos are shipped to us direct from the factory, which enables us to quote low prices. Graphophones and Victor Talking Machines in stock. REMEMBER THE PLACE: DWELLEY MERRICK MUSIC CO. EAST MAIN STREET. aAn M TELE! HONE . RED 77J. FOLK DOORS ABOVE MAIN ST. BRIDGE 0. R.& N. San Francisco and Return \l\ STEAMER $27.30 VIA RAIL $32.30 For detailed information call at [2i nAIN ST. R. Burns. SWEDISH MASSAGE SPECIALIST. Prof. X A. Xisbeth. Bee Hive block, Room 1. treats all chronic diseases, such as dropsy, rheumatism, weak back, lumbago, neuralgia, chronic con stipation, nervous troubles, paralysis and diseases peculiar to women. 1 am fully equipped with J. Woods Electric Bath Robe or coil tiie "Origi nator of this Apparatus." New light cure and other electric appliances, gives medicated vapor baths, sea salt glows, fa...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 June 1903

{!; AUva >'S Bought, and which has been over :?0 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per /? < tt/fflttfas SOnal s,, P ervisi °n since its infancy. y/. d<4CG*urr. Allow no one to dccci ye you in tliis. VII l mint erf cits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments tluit trifle with and endanger the health of (~ ';: • and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA r^toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare r i Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic fwbstaiM .. Its a?-e is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays i Vverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation an d Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomal] unl Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Xhe ( liiinien's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. , GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS jfj Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 June 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St.. Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... in advance *' J .' f Six months 3 "J One month by carrier Wj One week by carrier * 5 Subscribers who do not get their T»pers will favor us by reporting at the office. _____ The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE and is by far the best report pub lllhed in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ..Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure insertion in the Issue of even •ate. WEATHER. Tonight and Sunday cloudy with showers; cooler tonight. DEN IKS ONE CHARGE Mayor Hunt informed the editor of the Statesman this morning that it is not true that his foundry is now mak ing an elaborate cornice for the high school building. "That is the silliest lie that was ever published." he add ed. The Sta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 June 1903

Fifty Years the Standard BAKING POWDER Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair Highest tests U.S. Gov't Chemists l-K CE. BAKING POWDER CO. CKIC4GO } BRiEr Idl Ml Of TOMY jj . ton in the city today Mrs. Fred Kershaw are in pom Aihena • me is a Walla Walla ,-jgi, ; , ay from Prescott. !\v H ton is among visitors to V a a today from Milton. igin. a prominent Waits : • is in the city today. a promiennt Pendleton s in Walla Walla to il. Sn iwr i i Prescott is in igui st at the Palace. Wright, of Index. Wash.. . \ isiting a; the home of Mr ; ( Emiie Sanderson, hasj ole lucatioj met for a ast night and adjourned h s • vening ai the pub n - in the Die Brncke. i i.I Ha tal manager of the Western nion. Ift last evening for the S on a short business trip. chief operator is in arg. iffic during Mr. Hall's sn erintendent, second • ision of the Postal any with headquar is in Walla Walla to ting the local office in smallpox were un ci ty yesterday by Ph;. si( ian Stiles' and i ifficer Sanderson, at fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 June 1903

V THE GREAT BOOM A in Recruit 5c Cigars is due entirely 3J: to their quality—Don't forget that! *t the same time every m / has a band around it that may bring jf~ SjjL you a fortune. $142,500 given away— 1| jt $5,000 may come your way! Jm Save the Bands 'i Two bands from Recruit Cigars are equal to "N^^ K^^^\^ GEN. MILES DEFENDS His Report on Army in the Philippines mil OFFHIRX 10 BLAME For Any Acts of Cruelty That Were Practiced on the Natives. H adquarters ol the Army. ! Washington, I). C. To the Editor —Pear Sir: Referring lo my reports as presented it; your i's •-uo of May 2, you will understand how ane might seriously and rightly ob jeet to having a communication pub lished in part with some vital portions omitted. When that is done. ,t is im possible to appreciate the relative bearing of certain portions, and tiie writer is liable to be misrepresented and the reade rto be misled. In youi journal no reference was made t.> my order of November 28. 1902, which formed a part of...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 June 1903

---»»•♦ ♦--♦-■»■ ■*■ WW w-F L ML** M.\, HARDEN £JBL I U M E3 Copyright. 1902. by y JTjLJk harper <a bros.. J Who PublUK the Work [ In Book Form. All " — 1 RigjiU Reserved - - ;VI ' 4-^-^^^'*4>4^4>4.4>^>4.4<.t..r..ti.f.f.f..|,,|..«, l | || | (Continued.) CHAPTER VIII. the dance Frank Ilill j j [se took Dolly home In one I— c drenched and bespat- ' 1 hacks - The Barclay . one <.f the best made town. It was tin old auie house, painted id white columned veran iles. It was in the edge . i bad an extensive lawn • and almost a little farm lie- had never forgotten cc a girl herself, aud nsl active Interest in ev taining to I tolly's social -us like the one just ...... • found it impossible to sleep till da lighter returned, and ed upstairs and made the girl I nbout it while she was d • v. Tonight she was more alert le; vake than usual. She opened ior for Dolly and almost girl's heels as she fol ■ v is it d i c?" she asked, i Dolly replied. Reacb she turned up the low au...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 June 1903

GOOD WORKMANSHIP d GOOD lATERIAL... | mean long wear and style as | I long as the suit lasts. . • • | I HOW ABOUT VOI 12 SUMMER SUIT V I I Schubert J"E tailor 8 THE BEST FOUNTAIN PEN ! EVER USED Wl Were the words of a gentleman to ■ whom we had sold a WATERMAN gj MODERN a few days before. :: :: :::: You will say the same if you try ::U if|f one of them, :: :: :: '■• ±hi g G. S. Johnson Stationery Co. g 1 );t_> Brticke Building j SHIELDS 5 PARK | Cor Main and Palouse Streets. iJ •'I liasmus &\i l>..n. PrtfH. J. 11. F. Efera, Ififiil Mvertiser. \/ | | STRICTLY REFINED AND MORAL. Kj Every Evening at 8:15, -1 A<lmiK.sion !."<•. Reserved lOc Extra. Ipj SLOW SUBSCRIBERS Money Needed to Complete Fair Grounds. THERE IS $3,000 YET UNPAID Fence Completed Yesterday the Erec tion of Stables and Fair Buildings Will Soon Commence. Contractor Abbott yesterday com il th work of erecting the mile ant] a quarter v»r fencing around the iValla Walla County Fair association ~. T i track ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 June 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. WISER RACES A Pinnace Against American Ship Boat. m «RICAN PINNACE WON n- Heartily Cheered —All Ger man Ship Boats En ured Vie Race. i j i U 6 this morning „ am launch experi :. - in the bay and 1 torpedo experi aso \ isited the ship v the warships' pin. Ane rican cruis i amid great enthusi , - of all American ij German war ves harge of the Ho the race for prin- Hi bandied it in the ■:• r which marked .. . i Meteor. Tonight : . ; <Jotton. Ambassa thers will attend a the Yacht Club BLIND KEEPER KILLED. h ne William Os ist nigh; sliot and I i a keeper of a n tig* - ». • • en was the . . ing. Osborne •ai . • : . .! llv mood called Dol arhi shot and killed and then fled to the mountains. . ,— ■ ♦ » CASTELLANE IS SEATED. Par i, June 29.—The chamber of de puti< 8 made valid today the re-elect- Boni Casl ilane by an almost ■ ■ » ■— HAY TAKES A VACATION. Washington, June 29. —Secretary IHaj has gone for a two-weeks vaca : a; .V woprt. SPOKANE UNION ME...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 June 1903

Till: DWELLEY-HERRICK MUSIC CO. sell the best known makes ol pianos,in cluding the Established BEHNING and the popular "SWEETLAND." The only piano manufac tured by a woman. Onr pianos are shipped to us direct from the factory, which enables us to quote low prices. Graphophones and Victor Talking Machines in stock. REMEMBER THE PLACE: DWELLEY-HERRICK MUSIC CO. £•« EAST MAIN STREET. AAO Jl TELEPHONE . : RED VVj. FOLK DOORS ABOVE MAIN ST. BRIDGE Mrs. Greene —One does not like to be ignored. I wore a brand-new gown at the reception last night, and I don't believe a soul noticed me. Mrs. Gray—There's where you made a mistake. Now I wore my old black silk that has been turned twice, and everybody saw me fast enough. I>o you want a bicycle free? Subeditor. —Here's another Phila delphia politician caught robbing the city. Editor—Put in under the heading. "Another ghoul caught rob bing the dead." Do You Want an Education? The Statesman offer? to ambitious young people whose friends will t...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 June 1903

PL&is&OHBMfJUf] pyre, Pole and Sparkling. Bottled Only at the Brewery in St. Look. I Barlitolcl Sc Achermauu. I WHOLESALE DEALERS. /leading the— PROCESSION convenient ami will not get out of ~ an Ax. If you w ant the Best -Mower that's made be : , iy a .MILWAUKEE. JOHN SMITH COMPANY WALLA WALLA WASHINGTON. THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST IRRIGATION SCHEME I* ■. Valley Sua to Look Like It Might Win Out. v ima June 29.— What s like a is it rigal ion scheme in v .!< set on foot when > • . :• r of tins place filed of Kittitas county :,. ■ . i ating 20uu cubic feet ,': . cond of time out of ml Ks tcln s lakes, at ,i r sei : in o the Cle Elum i i.i : dow where t:.' notice ia \. .- I and to be carried !•>• means ot a canal constructed along th< northerly line of Kittitas valley, and from thence hy means of the I ractical route through the Se mm! Moxee valleys, thence in a eastei direct ion to a point ai . neai Pi est Rapids, on the Co- For Irrigating. ■ • water is to be used for ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 June 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... In advance *• ? f 811 months 3 One month by carrier JJ One week by carrier IS > Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. . The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE and Is by far the best report pub liahed in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ..Copy of change of advertisement mist be delivered to the business of- Ac« by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure Insertion in the Issue of even tfate. WEATHER. Tonight and Tuesday threatening with possibly showers. NO PERSONAL GRUDGE. Tie- Statesman has no personal grudge against Mayor Hunt and it has only the most friendly feelings to ward his manufacturing plant, which is recognized as one of the solid in dustries of the city. In opposing the election of Mayor Hunt, t...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 June 1903

|» lomi mi of m | ii McDonough is in Walla Walla • Starbuck today. Commissioner MeCaw is in Walla today from his farm. ..- Pearson, a prominent Free al-< s ate man. is in Walla ." v " aon business. •y Taylor, representing the ''...pi udhomme company of Port ,:, , l it., today looking after lis held confirmation ser. gt. Poul's Episcopal church i n g S< yen were confirmed to the rites of the church. itesman collector will call v luly Ist to 9th. You will great ,te our business by having I the amount due, when he calls. thought the gold fish in the restaurant were irge and sent for others. . ; .. . would be smaller. The 5h are s< veral times larger. display windows of' are a number of . mi.- other window is rj large gold fish which ien received from San j. rancisco. q | on • Riley and John Wise of Waitsburg are at the Walla Walla , - iffering from typhoid fever, rother at Waitsburg also ise and others of the fam. , to be heard from. : . ,n the south fork of the i Walla was go...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 June 1903

CARD SHARPS' SECRETS Revealed by a (Jaui- Mer Who knows mn mv of fleeukg By ar. Old Sport 0 f Chicago's West Side —Says All Gambling Is Crooked. Jtorty years of fleecing." is the re cord of an old man whose face and ftgore are familiar to some of the smartest dwellers of the West side and to every gambling house of any ■ote-in the country. It is not a re-1 . . i of which to be proud, and yet it -> with a little self-congratulatory | jobs ol the chin (hat its possessor con- ( : , to it. He is an old man now. nearly 60. He has made and lost a \, ■ fortunes. Out of the wreck he has managed to save a tidy sum — feoiwgb to enable him to support in style a wife, three beautiful daughters and two college.bred sons. the broker and the banker who grow tired of the fray, he has "re ined " vet in his eager, alert mind then still dwells every secret known to the card shark, every trick of the Prom Paris to London, from San Fra.neisco to New York, from Canada Uj New Orleans, he has picked the...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 June 1903

Don,t Hesltate * on* t'X'tar"' ua'V md*BnSh * ts> ,,««-T v c - Ul passed. . ABNER D ANIEL 11 Continued.) v( ry little, but he looked it. have seen hiiu. Frank si about that time and in led tin aye some ice cream, and I-:. \to leave him. He was as white sheet. He had made an engage on to sit out a dance, and . in the room again till c< was called, and then he even mention it. He acted so ~ [arlj 1 could see it was nearly but he wouldn't let me up the subject again. I came : doing It, but he always steered IP's a sensible young man," de- red Mrs. Barclay. "Any one can looking »t him. He's not responsible for his father's foolhardy ut it certainly leaves him is a marrying man. He's had had luck, and he must put up with • [uemes. There are plenty of j . c no money or prospects who would lie triad to have him, but"— "M ther." broke in Dolly as if she had been listening to her own trou • : I tights rather than her mother's words "he didn't act as if he wanted alone. The other couple...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 June 1903

77/£ BEST_FOUNTAIN PEN I EVER USED U tin t::: v.v :L:t Were the words of a gentleman to whom we had sold a WATERMAN Hg MODERN a few days before. :::: You will say the same if you try one of them, :: :: :: $t£t 1Z~,2 j it* (/. 5. John son Slat ion cry Co. || Die Brucke Building. 11 1 SHIELDS' PARK I t.l Cor Main and Palouse Streets. O r| lawn & Mm, Props. J. H. F. Euro, Offirial Advertiser. |g j HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE 1 •1 ~ STRICTLY REFINED AND MORAL. |5 CI Every Evening at 8:15. K2 -„j A<l mission l."><*. Reserved lOe Extra. jp AN ANCIENT MUSKET Saw Service in Revolution and War of 1812. WM. MNOENIELTER'S KEEPSAKE Carried it Through the indian Wars of 1855-56 With the Washing ton Invincibles. Battle-scarred and rusty, though still good for service, an old army musket which was carried through th e Revolutionary war and war of 1812 and later saw service in the Indian wars of 1855-66, was brought to the Statesman office today by William E. Lfngenfelter, residing near Vall...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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