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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 January 1897

ADDITIONAL LOCATE. I H. P. Fogh, of in the city Tuesday, O. M. Latfmrr returned srom i Olympia Sunday. H. W. Eldred, of on our streets Thursday. Peter McCullum, the Prince mer chant of the Swnuk, was in the city Thursday. L. V. McConihe is now Postmas ter ut Roslyn, having taken posses sion Tuesday o£ last Week* Curl Wright; of Swank Prairie, has purchased the Tom Ray place, near Qeeige Scaton* on the Tean eway. TerHble cold blizzards ba*-k east. The thermometer ranged from zero to 10 below. The eastern trains all hh'tfke-A. At Valparaiso, JLutL Id Inches of snow feel last Satureay. DON'T READOUTS', Subscribers >-i country papers oft en allow thoir subscription to be come delinquent though) careless ness and yet feel insulted if their paper is stopped l or astatment of their delinqi?«:u:y i'< sent to them. They do not expect any courtesy from metropolitan papers, but the county pat ers arc expected to come yn whether they are paid or not. This is W.IUI pistevasion. Because, he...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 February 1897

Read Our Club Offers In this issue, Friends. VOL. 4. NO. 6. Amount That May b-3 Save! Ever Year by Government Ownership of Railroads. By BboMsblng 500 presidents. with Hieir staffs,(one would do)s 25,000,000 Abolishing tlx* high priced manager! owd t beir .tuffs. .1,000,000 Abolishing attorneys nnd legal expenses, 12,000,000 Abolishing merely eompetkive offices, solicitor*) etc., 12,000,000 Abolishings-1 of the advertising ••count, wblebds Incurred for •ompetilive purposes &,0(J0,000 Aboiidiljg traftS.? aesoeiationa, which are employed! to adjust matters bvtwenn competing rdi. 4,000,000 Ixclusive inn of short route.-, 25,000,000 Consolidation of working de pots-, offloen and starts, 20,000,000 Uniformity of rails . ears, ma tfbiuery, etc., cheapening their manufacture, avoiding freight blockades, return of "empties" belonging, to other roadu, clerk* age to keep aeet. of earn and ad- • fust divisions of earnings n-- Kiong the roads; l>v making simple easily understood tariff, ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 February 1897

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. FOR THE PEOPLE NOW Wf EARTH. TERMS OIT subscription: Each Wtfrfc, Two fVnt- Oue ycur, if j>ai<l iti advance,... • Kift.i Cents Entered Nov. sth, ls!U, al lb« pnstnffloe, Bllenaburff, Kiltitan county, Washington, an eiitiiitd to ■eeomWcla** poatal rates. Office south Miie.Ql Fourth street, betWPen Fear) ami Mam streets, rear ol Geddis Mock, up %j£frc>. ROBERTA, TURNER, EDITOR. The governor of Colorado' Ad ams, was inaugurated very pimply' the total cost not sxeeeding $5. Thk supply of gold in the whole world is under the controls of twelve men in London, who owns three fifths of it. There is no accounting for hap penings since McKinley's election. Two fires occured in New York the ether day, ore breaking out in a bathtub and the other burning up) tv refrigerator. The People's party has uccom* plished this winter what the re publican party hrta been trying not to do ever sir.cc tiiis state was or ganized. Tbe People's party has selected as U. 8. Senator from...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 February 1897

MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. GENERAL LOOAL NEWS. *1 cannot tell how the truth mnv ho, I toll the tale a* 'tffa* told to me." Subscribe for Tub Dawn. More snow Sunday night Have you got the grip(?) Try The Dawn and the Seattle Weekly Times for tl* Wynegar & Hubbel have put up a fine lot of ice last week. Edward Pruyn is down at Yaki tna attending court this week. A little child of Ed Pages, near Thorp is reported quite sick with diphtheria. O. A. Wishard orders The Dawn cent to bis address at [Northport, Washington. F. P. Brant lei Tuesday for Spo kane to spend a few day with friends and relations. The Franklin Recorder, is the name of a new paper started at Pas co by Charles Geizentanner. A large force of men will soon he put to work on the Great Northern tunnel through the Cascades. Wanted—A good small safe, Hos ier or McNeil & Urban. liars t be cheap for cash. Apply at F, A, Home's Jewelry store. The grip gripped the editor this week and gave the deviVJfull swing in ou...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 February 1897

"a dd it u>n a l locai ,S. C. E. Helm returnedfsow Olym pia this week. Mi.. M. F Edgington has been very Rick thin week. There seems to be considerable sickness near Thorp. Done. Sconebly returned from Olympia Sunday night. Judge Davidson opened court at North Yakima Monday. Quite n large crop of Ice was har vested at Thorp this week. Dr. Price, our fellow townsman, has located on WiHiatus Creek. The court gvinds out it;; usual giirt last week and adjourned. Eleder F\ VValden will preach at the Christian church Sunday Feb. 14, at U a. m. Thursday week agOj there was 50 bags of ma il received at the Ellens* burg postofhee. VTAftON FOil BALE. A good Bain wagon Bs, ha:' been used Home, will l"s sold cheap for spot cash —Enquire at this oflice. Anson W. Steer.--, -rand lodge tectum nt the I. o. G. T. lectured at the %L E. C&UBch Tuesday eve aing. The city council at its inciting llonday evening elected Fred Ag;rtz ari ei'.y clerk, to Jill the vacancy caused by the resignation af ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 February 1897

Read Our Club Offers In this issue, Friends. VOL. 4. NO. 7. Amount That May be Saved Ever Year by Government Ownership of Railroads. Bf abolishing 500 presidents, with their Btafts,(ooe would do'tf 25,000,000 Abolishing the Inch priced manager! and their staffs. 4,000,000 ▲boilahitrg attorneys and leital sxpennex, 12,000,000 Abolishing merely competitive offices, solicitors, etc., 13,000,000 Abolishing .V 7 ><f the advertising account, which is incurred for competitive purposes 6,000,000 Abnti.-lii >g traffic associations, which Hiv employed to adjust matters between competing rds. 4,-000,000 Exclusive use of short routes, 85,000,000 (Consolidation of working de pots, oinees and stafis, 20,001.1,000 Uniformity of rails, ears, ma chinery, etc., chi apening their manufacture, avoiding freight blockades, return of "empties" belonging to other roads, clerk* ace to Ucep aeel, of cars and ad- Just divisions of earning! a mnng the roads; by making simple easily understood tariff, ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 February 1897

TlieDawn PUBLISHED WEEKLY. FOR Tin: PEOPLE .VOW i>.V jr. /.',';"//: TBItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION': Bach week, Two Cents One ye»r, if paid lv advance,.... Kiftj Cent* Entered Nov. IHh, ISO 4, »t 'in: postotttee, jSllensburtr, Kirtitns county, Wasblnifton, an untitled to suenud-clu** postal rate*. Office south Hide of Fointb street, pearl and Mnin ktrcefs, rear ••( €teddis block, up stairs. ROBERTA. TURNER, EDITOR. Only 446 failures for the first w?ek m January . The funded debts o? New York City is 1195,900,000. D /king the year 1896 31,724 fam ilies in New York city were evicted from their homes. Or*:, fha factories and the-mints will open, said the gold bug orator last fall. Now both are closed. THIN* of ft! 70.000 [jeople are .receiving county i id is the state of Indiana. Thats pr< ty is it? Yin: People Party has stained 19 Congressmen and increased there number fn the Senate from 6 to 12. Tin-: Congrese that comes in March lx'.>7, will have 201 republi cans, 124 democrats. 13...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 February 1897

MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. QKXERAL LOCAL JfMWS. W *T MniKit tell h«w tbe truth ttwiv h*, 1 teH the tale an 'iwan tokl to rite." Snlwcribe for Thk Dawn. J. L, Banks, *>f Fort Simeoe, was in the city this week. J. B. Armstrong, of Roslyn, was in the city.this week. The militia hoys will give a grand ball at the Armory Feb. 22nd. The protracted meeting at the M. E. church begins Sunday Feb. 14. Have you seen J. P. Ply tin's lake of water filled with rubbers? C. H. Hinman assumed the du ties of deputy postmaster Monday. The N. P. Co, is putting a new floor down in the machine shop and round bouse. The new church at Thorp is now ready for use, it having been com pleted last week. If you want to have a bushel of fan come out to the entertainment at the Annoiy tonight. The ship of state landed safely in port with a cargo of fi.*h for F. Bossong. Go and see the sight. Sammy Craig, who has been over on the Columbia for a few months, was in the city a few days last week The N. P. Com...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 February 1897

ADDITIONAL ://;.'.D- If »,p'...■ v i .• beet cattle to Seattle v hi - tad with " - ' jrr:d v ../ fl v n:•• i w Utmptti raf*, la • I r'"' ' • penile.. iry err at W»t*frrs!le Se the Utter ;.. c • ;; •ill tt I i ' ••• * . . • • • rp*a'ci f r Che ets '. f ' - •'■ letiee U Oreditert. la -. - I Mii i «tt*i •.* . Coon, MIN trt li«i - f. -• • ■■ H ' |<|Hq lnHfl "■' I I*,/ «i mi : tin* »-.I «st*i melt •. . if mj ;.. -, • •-. •• irmtx j 1 . • ■ . ' * 1 ■. ■: . <~..-•-, V. :.. r,i fI , f, r p. y ■■....»,. Vt > n Koti c is l»en • y yen tba' fc j. . . . :. . . ►aid pi toi trill !»e marie re i. L. Evens, County Cleric. • Mil* m eiz: Joh •'• i 11 IJ .... .•... •1J i • the f/ '- j - 4 of Bee. - tf>. eft Ui j.r »ye bb re*i lefi c - : • . euhival: of, Raid . rid, viz. C. ]}. Colei is n, W. H. Beck, <• Weaver and Kkigar Pease, all ol Ellen-burg, Wt hington. A ' . test again I 'he a lowam c of ■ h etantial reason, under the law and LrtmJi.e! wily kiiclm rwfThould not he allowed, will i&g...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 February 1897

Read Our Club Offers In this issue, Friends. VOL. 4. NO. 8. Amount That May bo Saved Brsr Year by Government Ownership of Railroads. By abolishing 6W president*, with tbeir staffs,(one would do)! 2,">,ooo,ooo Abolishing the Mgh priced managers and their *;*ff-. 4,00(1,000 Aboit-hii!}.' attorneys «iul lcpal expenses, 13,000,000 Abolishing merely competitive efflcts, solicitor*, etc., 12,000,000 Abolishing 5-7 of the advertising account, wbirh tn incurred for eonipetitrve purpose*. §,000,000 Abolishing traffic assoclatlcns, which srr employed to adjust matters between competing rd*. 4,000.000 Exclustr* uso of short routes, 25,000,000 Consolidation of Working de pot*, ofilces and atafis, 20,000,000 Uniformity of mils, ears, m»- ehinery, etc., cheapening their manufacture, avoidinc freight blockade*, return of "empties" belonging to oiher reads, clerk age to keep acel, of cere end ad just division* of earnings a mong thf roads; by making simple easily understood tariff, saving tbe ti...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 February 1897

TiielDawn PUBLISHED WEEKLY FOB TUB PEQFLB X&W oJr ftJMtE TEW** Of 9KllkV.ltHVl.o9'. ■m) vtre, «w Tww . • n;» ?«*»', if p»\4l It' »(iVt«4HH , J" GtlUtl Bnter*d t'U, 109Vu vi fib* poHtoffiufc, EHpii!-''vr. Utitta* uounty, WMtbhiglon, u» HiCttleci "• ney«nd»«taMMi Bowel ruu*. gjaWMHfll) Miif Of Fourth *:re«:t. i<»- v. el yw\ uuo Alum <.tii."j>, reur v* <.«icW* ROBLK'J i ' : . : - JUKP stall the b&itki fail. Jtwi'U- BfJSSQf to be ii.fr :e>ej>. It- Bsooer aiiii hard times. Pevcgrr m tie tenet fruitful letBKA of cr; □ ■-. Tin Rtferendiwj girt! the veto aesrar to the ] i fm wnkt um.*\ go out of the gUYU-nrj)tiit e*»sa«S*» *.orhl to rob d^jOO'-^lorf. The UNrtfe of &c tastier is, do eafh. no ooofWtuee, do prosperity. 'Pjik greet power* of Kkirope are inrmt-ing ttier*- Etsading armies. oov«-r> up our rine when the gift bes beer, stolen from tlx The world is to© full d peoj, c who f«-ur the truth will mork t&exn injury. Tji.iT prominixi prosperity Ntm 10 be...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 February 1897

MATCHED, HATCHED AsD DISPATCHED, GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. .'I Mnnni tell bow the truth mnv he, f Mil tbe tale an 'twits told to me." Get ready for the ball. Subscribe for The Dawn. The new bridge i'r opened for travel. Wantsjd—A cook, at the Palace restaurant. G. W Elliot is down from Ross land B. C. once more. Will G. Grves, of Spokane, was in the city Saturday. D. H. Wescotts new grocery opens for business to-day. W. A. Perkins is not dead as the Capital would have you believe. Martin Cameron has been ap pointed receiver of the Register Publishing Co. The railroad boys here decided to give a grand ball on St. Patrick's day, March 17th. A grand ball will be given at Thorp, Monday, Feb. 22. Thorp and Goden are the nanagcrs. If you want a good fresh stock of groceries from which to select your stock, call on D. H. Wescott. Potatoes—Chas. Schroeder pays cash for good merchantable potatoes at his store room on Main St. Remember Wescott when you want groceries. He has the goods and $Ul**fl c...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 February 1897

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Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 February 1897

Read Our Club Offers In this issue, Friends. VOL. 4. NO. 9- Amount That May be Savel E/er Year by Government Ownership of Railroads. By abolishing 600 president*, with their stafl>,(one would do)s 2i,oi'o,oCO Abolishing the high priced laanwgera ■nd their staff*. 4,00(1,000 Abolishing attorney* aud legal • sprites 12,000,000 Abolishing merely rinipettltve •ffices. solicitor*, Me., U.000.0u0 Abolishing 0-7 of tbo advertising account, which U Incurred for competitive purposea 1,000,000 Abolishing traffic associations, which are employed to adjust ■flatter* between competing rde. 4,000.000 Exclusive iim of abort route*, 15,000,000 Consolidation of working de pot*, olßres and Mails, 30,000,000 Uniformity of rails, <wre, ma ebluery, etc., ch»a|>cniiiic their manufacture, avoiding freight blockades, return of "empties" belonging toother roads, clerk ace te keep am. of <-.ir* and ad just divisions of earnings a mong the roads; l>v tusking simple easily understood tariff, sav...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 February 1897

Tlie Dawn PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TOM THE PEOPLE NOW O.V EARTH. TERM- Of' U DW ;:t:-TIi..N : Kaea • »nt« • '.>• resr, if yti-l in - Ftftj Cent* Catered Nov. Btßt, ISTH. tt tbe po-tenTce, Eiteanhurs, Kirri?a« imttirtT, Ws»ainjV>u, tatttled to net-etsat peetal rates. •tf..:* ' . « - '.t fourth «rr-»', between fvar sad Mala streets, rear t-f Oeddls Meek, Bfi ■ ( re. ROBERTA. TURNER, EDITOR. n—ir~— •—- — set aeßSSJSsjtwMsssßsasssßswßH Ik any will r / r.er.er shall he tat. I.k* the banks "*•• •ecurity or receive do de. --. - Pifft r. wh lake lime to think ■'•Idem do ac they desire. Tfi National brink* shouldbtor dered to keep off the grass. Ail money i- created by law, ar.d is theref re I ' money. Tsrrec's plei ty of prosperity tor the fellows who don"' need it. Thcx* thf place-hunters as fast ai they stick their beads up. It is the men who loa.. money governing and pert of the banking. Thk:.;. seemi to be a want of parity betweene confidence ''and pro-; c: Even ol 1 friends are apt to g...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 February 1897

MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. M eannni U»ll bow the tratfe may tic, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." Subscribe for The Dawn. Superior Court Convenes Monday. Wanted—A cook, at the Palace restaurant. W. A. Thom.\s went over to Seat tle Monday. Dorse SrshncWey returned from the Sound Wednesday. Mrs. W. B. Price has been con fined to her bed this week with la grippe. We wonder what Fred Butcher was doing at the depot last Tnesday morning after school hours. Died —on Thursday, the four year old child of Mr. English. Fun eral services were held yesterday. Sheriff Stinson is able to be up and around agaiu. He receives cordial greeting from everyone he meets. J. C. Ellison, our genial county assessor, left Tuesday for Colfax to attend tbe meeting of the assessors of eastern Washington. New stock —well selected—by an experienced buyer and new prices. You can find all this at D. H. Wescott's new grocery on Main St. Eev. N. E Yakima, was in the eiiy Wednesday. He ca...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 February 1897

Ib Ju.i.«* Court, Elietu.uU'f prrc.b- . KittiO" Bounty, v aebiujcUMb aahß Uyon. PbuaUC, I i at JJii'i'-. l>e»esdos lest* ot WeebtiMjtow | Couotj of KKtitJW. I Tner.o'.* o* V-*- liafttem, hi J ■ Hum*. •efeutUo: Jo tut nun* ot tbe <•!»;* "f ITMMncum. *oi on bewej oott* • bo Joiib Lm.i bJ» Slot) ■ MMipJoial a*;»iin: JOS to "..'it BiAi<'. seated court, wrbiehedl mom •l ;o be board ou rbc fr. aoj >' Harob »: ta" oMm Is Li.-n-uurt, UMn** eoeaeu . V/aeeAajrtofi, .i- UN Hour ot I". o'elool k- v. SUC la. SW>OI OJtBeOI SfK UWBI 808 '.a*:'* sjsmnk -«ii<' "II lietofcei a*tiofifeoMili •be bbo deau*d v' '.v» phiitrttfl cmu;«i- Tut- oi-'j-c. sad ilrnntfn' ol ctaiio ■ jar ojondi otilfl '-• aeleadout by yleiettff »i a&touoting ti Ho.fi m part vl Moot bit* been paid. Ifoi good sod u,i-:- ibitndiae »oiC miC fleUoeret :• ueleuOsol by T. tv. Ferretl »■ defendant*! :euii«» wuouotiii« - .o - .i»* nun of ItJt no i»r.-: sßjieb bee .»•••• t poU end orblcb oee >uo: v.-t» BBaifßed U be...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 March 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. 10. Amount That May ba Savei Ever : Year by Government Ownership | of Railroads. »f obolUblug 800 prcMdeiUs, with tbelr itofMono would dols 20,000,000 ▲UollkUlmt tbe hbrk priced managers «ud tttelr staffs. 4,000,000 Aboliabln* attorneys and lear&l •xpentei, 111,000,000 ASollchlDK merely corupeUUve ' •ffloe*. (ulloltem, etc., 1i.000.000 ' Abolishing 5-7 of tbe advertising aeoeunt, wbicb is incurred for j competitive purpeeeti »,OCO/»00 truffle associations, wbicb arc employed to adjust kaattera between competing rds. 4,000,000 S elusive use of nbort route*, M,000,000 nsolldation of working d«- J>eU, oUtre* and statin, aO.OW.OSO Uniferralty of rall«, earn, ma* •hlaerr, etc., cheapening tbelr •Mnufaeture, avoiding freight hleekades, raturn of "empties" helnturlng to other roads, clerk" age t«keep accl. ot oars and ad ieu* divisions of earnings a aasw tha roads; by making simple easily understood tariff, earing tbe time and labo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 March 1897

Tlie ID »3t/TO iol PUBLISHEI WEEKLY. Ft/R TBE PEOPLE XOW O.V EARTH Kwch MM " •• o < fenU •at >'tar,.' pal I 1 tft) •»U tutored No*. Mb, 16*4, M tbi p ••• •.- oe, Bteasburg, KltHUt c mty, Wash >n, SS> aelllled to -• •■ • postal rates. •ffi< c toulb ►! It oi ',' ■. ,'j iti eat, ••■ll n Ptari and tfaia tl •, r«.»r of Qeddis Meek, ital) i. EGBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR Ie in evidence. i\ • sounding to my akri ing extent. ,\. lons as !orp r itions a ned. Thk transportation quest ion ent er* into every little transaction of thi ; r...... , iv n evidcntl v coi aiders it his duty to-it on the safety valve of this Cul an war excitement. If ought to bo apparent now to everybody that confidence alone will not restore prosperity. Tin ,'business interests" voted for the gold standard and now they ire getting it in the neck. been failing ently they will soon settle that question themselves. people than a nrrowone;a single sue platform i- a misti ke. Whks the little bugs bear from tbe bi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 March 1897

MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. «I jwniiot toll how the truth war be, j tell tho talc "* 'tWM lohl to BJO." Subscribe for Thk, Dawn. The Prosser American has sus pended. A. A. Batterson lefl Tuesday for Medford, Ore. Peter McCulluai was in town Holiday ai;d Tuesday. Jno. Burk, of Biewit 1 lefl Wed nesday morn ing fur Spokane, . Don't forget the railroad ball on March lTt'n, St. Patrick's day. Dr. Gilchrist, of Waterville, is *oon to locate in Wenatchee. The New Era, of Auburn, will hereafter be published in Tacoma The V- 0. T. V. cf Wenatchee holds gospal temperance meetings every weeks, Judge Davidson bas appointed Attorirey R. B. Milroy receiver of the Hotel Yakima. Two daughters oi A. .'. Bailes were baptized at the Christian church last Sunday. James Thomas went up to Cle- Khmion Monday morning return mg in the afternoon. Dexter Shoudy, Henry Lubbing .and Ed. Pruyn were in Roslyn last .Saturday on business. W. F. Patterson, of Blewett, h at tending court thi...

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