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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 10 April 1897

State Hews Washington slate warrants are | at par. The Port To, o end ice works, have resumed o] erations. Theodore Steinev is conducting a restaurant in Portland. The Port Town-end News has made its bow at the Keg city. Cha«. tlani en hi •- purchased the Brown saw mill at Enumclaw. Davidson & Miller have leased the old Woolley shingle mill. Major Ballaine has disbanded Yakima's cavalry troop. 3. M. Price, editor of the Olym pia Capital, has been appointed assistant state librarian. Several families have recently moved from the sound to Yakima county. The Washington State Dairy man's Association meets in Bpok ane on the 9th a nd 10th. Geo. I. Wright, of Columbia county, has been appointed cheif grain inspector. Eugene V. Debs is billed to I ■peak in Tacoma soon, on the sub ject of socialism. Sheriii I haw, of Yakima county, recently sold 500 boxes of apples | for $1.15 per Vox. Tbe Commonwealth is the name ef a new p pullst and Labor Ex change weekly, published in Ta coma. Dr. F...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 April 1897

Tho Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4. NO. 16. Amount Tiat MV/ bs Sv/al E/ar Tear by Government Ownership of Railroads. *f nbolMdoi: 680 presidents, with their ntafXa,(one would d»)s 25,000,000 Iho priced man.isers and their >ta!f». 4,0004000 Abo;t>lduK attorneys aud Lsral 12,000*006 Abolishing merely competitive office-. solicitor*, e:c. 12,000,000 Abolishing s 7"f tho advertising j account, winch Is incurred f«>r •competitive purposes 8,000(000 Abnii«hi.K tr:<ni." associations, Which are employed i« udjust matter* between eompeiui); rds. 4,000.000 |Etclu»ive w* of tih">rt route*, 80,U00,1>00 CMtnltdatlnn of working de pot*, nfßces and Ntafis, 30,000,000 ■jntformlty of nil*, cara, ir•• • i tfcttiery, *■!«••. ».'li< apeninir i hetr BUntifaC vi h, avoid Inn freight blockades, return of "empti (thraitinft to other roads, elei k« age tokeepacol. of ears kih! ad just divisions of earning* a taans the roads; l>v making Staple easily underatnnd omff, savin...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 April 1897

■3P b.e LD awn WEEKLY. run THE people JVOW U.Y EARTH. E-<ch wrt Ont-: Oiw jrwr, i »I<J in mlvaiiw, — I lit) Vent* Enter".l Nov. 6th, ISM, «t lb* 1 pontoffiee, Oflleo »rnr\ <ld« o/ Pourta street, i-tv-ei, Fenrl »nd Main i,treet«, rew ol Dedal, block, -.ij> llftirs. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. senator, aunounces that ho will . vote with the 1 • ipulists. Judge V. ii. Cx.agktt, the popu« strong again: tfu n. Ovr county officials—one and ing, so also are the several depu ties. Dreft rm doe- not consist j solely of courtesies. Retrench and reform should go hand in hand. | Be economical and generous at the, same tit Ti.'E Daws desires to call the at* also the city marshal to Section 75 of the PenakCode and suggest that they enforce the law against boys who break windows and destroy property whose owners are absent and cannot protect it f.-".:i th »30 who have too little sense to respect the right of other?. Onk of our populist papen over in Ka.n-".s offers the following Criticis...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 April 1897

TOE LOT That Near FAILS jVo Sm-ike, JVo Odor, jVon - Exple tive- (ill at The OasU And see it BORN! r . m. Williams, A'jtnt. HATCHED, HATGHIO AND DISPATCHED, GENERAL LOCAL .YEWS. «I canimt tell how th.- truth mo- I tell tbe tale :e> 'iw.is told to me." Subscribe for The Dawn. E. A. Muth, of Blewett, i> in i 1 c city this week Gov. Bogers has not ns yet ap pointed a hen commissioner. J. L. Brown left this week for Marquis Wash. D. G. C. Baler is in the ( ,ty this week. He has been over at Olym pia all winter. The Walla Walla 400 -the total number of inmate- in the state! prison. J. J. Miller and family, of Went -. ■ were in the city trading la st Tues- j day. Deputy Sheriff Palmer brought ' an insane man down from Easbm Wednesday by the name of Jas. Nugent. A lady by the n i me nf Smith, so we are informed, died at ihe re:-i --denceof J, C. Goodwin I: st Sunday evening aliout 'J o'clock. For the month of March the auditor's office tun-ed in a larve J fee than was ever known in t...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 April 1897

State lTe^7S Dili the MeGrav defalcation reach $1^,000? Was the tide land Steal, block 188, $72,000. The safe in Chlopeak Pros, fish market in Seattle, was (down open ust week and $2-") taken. E. D. Cowan has started a Pi oneer, mining and general newt paper, at Slocan. B. C. Pierce county commissioners have decided on two sessions a week. Dan Voorhees died very sudden of heart disease in Washington, D. C.j Saturday morning. The battleship "Oregon" is on ■".he sooi d and went on dry dock at Por! Orchard last Friday. Steamers "Baker City" and "E. D. Smith" collided near Everett Frio ty, No damage to speak of. Paulzke's barber shop at Auburn Was entered by burglars recently and robbed of $20. There are three large shingle mills in full blast in Snohomish county. The Pacific Northwestern Pack ing Co. has incorporated at Seattle, with $25,000 capital, to conduct a fish and oyster business. The contract for Ihe construction of the [. <>. O. F. building at Wal la Walla has been awar...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 April 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. 17. Atnotn 1 ; rti 1 ; Mv 7b« li»-s.l S/ar Year by Government Ownership of Railroads. 9v ibnHsblnH At* |>r.»j.!.'i t«, vtl'h o>i ir "taff'si »n»> Wnii it r|.«)| aTi.OOQ 000 llrKh priced ■nntiuifrs mid ihetr -1 1« f- 4,000,000 Abnli-liii'ir »it«»rnoy« antl 1.-iral PS(N > D*a«i 12,000,000 Aii"l slim« c mpeiMve (fflcc, mtlfaimtx, Mi- , 12,000,000 atntilshtns 6 ~ ■ I 'b" H.iv.-t il-inir MWiiunt, wbtrb I* bicurieUlor cmiii-.toive i"" " r> ot 0.000 Alc.l-lii i: inifflo HM«»etatb>n*, Hhicll nr* i mpl ) arljunl ■•tiers l»*tw«»i n■• >mp<'iiiiK nl>. t 000 000 to«lHsl»r Itw nf »h rlf.itf., 25,000,100 I Cons. ll'l 'O'.n ..f woikinii it-- IO'«. •••«»•« ami -liiti., 20,000,000 |jnrf>rnilo "f r.ill«, ms, ma* .•hlii" -1 . *•"'•< tih> .Kf!>«\:i:- i bt-ir KiaiinfHC'iiiv, sv •Itllnif in* irht klaekadfs, retiirn "innpi IrltinirinK In n»lnr r»»it», tt.-. k« rx» to a.'cl. • f rar* :*»■ >t h.I jlist divisions of ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 April 1897

PUBLISHED WEEKLY, j WQB THE PEOPLE Jf&W\ o.v PAiiru. TKUMS 01' X BBCBIPTIOS ! "Cvc!i week ( • • Two • tente •he year, if paid la advance luflj I eats Entered Nov. sth, 18! M, >>' tbo poatofflce, Ellensburff, Kittitas enmity, Washington, It entitled to leoond-clutw postal rales. Ofllee Ronttroida of Fourito strei t. between Pearl and Mala btreew, rear of oddis block, up stairs. ROBERT A. TURNER, Kl)l fOR. Rumor lets it that retrenchment ii absolutely necessary in the' management of the slate normal. J Perhaps a little retrenchment would have been very wholesomt when !'. A. Co t/ was traveling over the country on free passes, or when he used op that 9000 miles trans* port.it.on iv less than fifteen months. If th;; professor consumed all this transportation in trying to build tip the school, we say, amen, but if he used it up i". Irving mas-, sist political schemes or to advance his own personal ends, then we say it is grossly wrong and he should be severe! v condemned ft 1 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. — 24 April 1897

IHE UfiHT That Never FAILS JVo Smoke, No Odor, jvou - Erpto tive. Call st T*f «•»!» And see it BURN! r, a. wnxuMft ;/«/(<. MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. GEXEUAL LOCAL NEWS. •1 cannot toll how the truth nay be, I tell the tale as 'twas tohl to me." Subscribe for The Dawn. C. L. Collins spent Sunday in Seattle. \V\ A. Btelnman is down with the fever. J. B. McDowell is clerking in the Racket store this week. Dennis Rngg left Tuesday eve ning for Montana. Victor Sterling is no longer a clerk in the postoffice. Ernest McKean, of Easton, was in the city this week. E. B. Wheat is clerking for Stotvell & Steinman. Mr. Sperry, editor of the Yaki ma Republic, was in the city this week. R. H. Norton, editor of the Ros lyn News, was in the city Saturday »n business. Mr. Purdin. of Wt nas, a brother of deputy treasurer. R. Lee Purdin, is in the city visiting this week. H. E. Sharp reports a good 1 v si aess in his line —that of making rubber stamps, etc. The sale of section No. .". of ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 April 1897

Stat© nSTew© M. Gorek ia opening a store at Bilverton. A creamery is being established at Colville. The Pt Ludlow mill will resume operation June 14. The state board of horticulture met in Tacoma last week. A new creamery was established at New Whatcom recently. The Montesnno creamery has OOmmenced operation again. The Farmers Produce Co., of Se attle has made an assignment. The Orting Creamery Co. has sommenced operation at Orting, Tlie batik of Rosalia has notified depositors to witndraw their bal ances. Win. Goodrich will operate n small salmon cannery at Mt. Vor non this season. The supreme court says J. Leon ard, who slaved J. Malquist lasi August, must hang. Gov. Rogers has pardoned I". Herges, cf Colfax, who was con vic!ed of grand larceny. Farmers around Ilitzville com plain of the scarcity of men to help in putting in their crops. The Chirk Shingls Co., at Fern dale, voluntarily increased tin wages of operators last week. The Chnckanut Btone quarry i getting out Btone for t...

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

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4. NO. 18. Amomt Tn' &17 33 3v:jl Srar Year by Goveturisnt Ownership of Railroads. « T ahMMiintt 880 presidents, »|ih 1 1- Maffc«,(one would &n)s 26,000,000 Abolixbing I In' hliri) prised n»n«»<MH and their -t-iIT-. 4,000,000 abnilxbing attorneys ion! letr*] ispt-i)-e«, J2-,O(M,IJiIO Abolishing niereh c mpetitlve oJßue*, i«olielu»rn, <•(<•., 12,000,000 AbnlfobiiurA 1 >•( the advertising lecount, whleb Is Incurred fur (MnpctHlre purM»se* &,00ft,0o0 AbnlUhi X' truffle tt-- H'inOntu, Rrfetcb are employed In »rfpt«t I maters between 'iotiipeting rd». 4.1100 (,00 ' Bzelui-ive use ol xhi>i 1 route., 25,000,1i00 Contoli'l'i'ion nf working de pot-, nfflei » »n ! »t»th«, 20,000,000 ifntfnrmliy "f rail*, nara, rr.a chlnen. etc., eh< npentnir t li.-ir paimfHC'iire, nyulilinK ireerht blncKHOi-s return ill "emptlea" brl »<L'i>-# to otbi i road., elfik« tee |ok«ep aeel. "f ear < ami ad just dtvMonn of eiirnlnir" a...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 1 May 1897

The Dawn PUBLISHED WEEKLY. FOR THE PEOPLE .VOW OX EARTH, TEBMB OK SUBSCRIPTION: laeh week Two <>n?- Oueyear, if paid iv advanuiPKta (L'eaU Srtrr'i] Jfnv. Bth, l-'U. -it the postoflioa, Ell'Mi-burv, KitritHM county, Waeblnarton. as entitled to »< cund-olaas pu>t:!l rate*. pifloe - of Fourth street, between Pearl anil Main (.treela, rear ol Goddla block, i.ji si*|i -. ROBERT A. TURNER. EDITOR. The populists (loin:! ml mure money. The crime of civilisation is poverty. Gold is not money unless de clined so by law. Money of ultimate redemption is a base fraud Any money that is not Hat is conn ft rfeit. One millionaire costs the people 1000 tramps. The people's j arty door is open: come in. '.en' '••men. We don't believe in tlie idea of one problem being a "cure all" for existing evil-. Ai ;. the gold of Wail street would not cover up its cussedness. There i- no vested right thai is not founded on human rights. Money is a creation of laws therefore the law makes money. Don't y...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 1 May 1897

IDE LOT That Never FAILS No Smoke, No Odor, Non - Exple tive. Can it Tkc Oasis And see it BURN! t. M. WILLIAMS, Agent. MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. •I cannot tell h->w the triltli raav l>p, I tell tbe tale a* 'IWM told to mr." Subscribe for Thk Dawn. Treasurer Flumnierfelt went op to Roslyn Tuesday for the purpose of collecting taxes in that pin :e. Potatoes are worth only 18.50 to $9 per ton this week. Two hundred tons of hay w as re cently purchased from the Walter A. Bull ranch for $15 per ton. It was shipped toßossland, B. C. Dr. Newland returned Wednes day from his visit to San Francisco and the south, where be went to visit his wife and son. Mrs. New lend and son accompanied him as far back as Portland, after visiting th ere a few days they went to Tin- Dalles. ."' Hon. J. F. Browne, State Supt. of Public Instruction, made our of fice a pleasant social call Tuesday. We find Bro. Browne to he a thorough and genuine reformer, an able, conscientious ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 1 May 1897

The cornor stone of populism ia i'ustice. 'ihe only way to reform is straight ahead. Dollars should go '.ip or salaries come down. If people would think more they would suffer less The referendum will knock out corruption in politics There are few people shedding tears al the funeral of the trusts. Even the 53 cent dollar is pre ferable to unredeemed political promises. Better destroy national credit than destroy the people of the na tion. Plutocracy is crucifying the re public, but ''they are all honorable men." Gold, unless declared ho hy law, is no more money than bacon and bean.-;. Scarce money means dear dol lars, and dear dollars means pov erty and distress. The world could pet along with out money, but without labor it would die. Labor should he Drowned king. When men become so disgusted with a government that they quit voting, ihey begin to clean up their The trusts, having fleeced the . common people of about every thing in sight, arc now engaged in right ing each other. Mi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 May 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. io. TREASURY REPORI AUGUST 31. 1896 PUBLIC DEBT. Total United Sates $1,221,843,560.40 •State, fc-2'2 ' ; .; :t Comity, 145,04^.045 Municipal, 1,135,210,442.00 Total Public Debt. $2^57,0547)38.40 f 1890. IWephones, 14,992,51 Telegragh Companies, 20j00 I 00" Electric light plains, 45,000," ■ Companies, 75,000.0 0 Public Water Co**, 89,127,487 Canals, turnpikes, bridges and transporta tion Companies, (not onumeeated). 114,2" !,07 Crop lens in the South, 301 >,( H >0,l 11111 Crop liens and chattel ( mortgages elsewhere, 350,000,000 National, state and county taxes, 1,040,437 <'i; Other private deb:-, i;, 212,0" I," •National banks duo depositors, 1,701,653 ♦Due by the people to national banks, 2,< ♦Due by the people to privato and state hanks. 2,417,46 c •Due by state i nd private banks to de positors, 8,185,245, L" L : fe Insurance Cona panie3 liabilities for risks, 3,59! .•;>'•".* .De'-'ls on railroads •id street railr...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 May 1897

TlieDawn PUBL] SH E D WEEK LV. FOR TfTK PEOPLE .VOW OX F..IUTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! Each w>" * Two Cent* Dot' your, it paid In advance,— h'lft) Cent* Entered Nov. r.th, pet. »t the piwtofflcp, Elleindntri:, KltMtNn county, Wn»hln«t'Mi |a mitttltd io see I-dun* postal rut en Office "Hith NjfJ* nf Fourth fircri, lw»t ween Pearl anil Main ktreeU, rear of Geddlx block, up stair*. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITORi . When you show your honor to Wealth, you admit that wealth is greater than moral worth or man hood. Any preacher who is too pure to dabble in politics is somewhat like the housekeeper who was too neat and tidy to mop her floor or wash her dishes. Thk man who thinks himself greater than his neighbor is usually so small that he cannot discover his own littleness. THERE is something radically wrong in a political system which makes honesty and integrity a bar to nominations or election to of fice. Real, genuine reformer?! are al ways radicals; conservatives are they who have not the...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 May 1897

THE LIIIIT That Never FAILS No Smoke, No Odor, Non-Exph eive. tin Tlie o ' ,,i, And see it BORN! f. M. WILLIAMS, Agent. MATCHED. HATCHED AND DISPATCHES. •I cannot tell ta'«v !!••* ineli w.w Ur-, 1 (til the tnUs a> *m»* toM i»« me.** Subscribe for Thk Dawn. A fine shower Wednes 1 iy nijht. W. T. Brashear lias 3>een laid up {or repair this week. tof*A\\ kind of miners blanks a' at The Dawn office. Treasurer Fltnnwrfclt has beei on the sick list this week. G. W. Beaton, of Teanaway, was in town Sunday and Monday. 0. M. Latimer is acting as sheriff in the absence of Mr. Stinson. P. H. W. Ross is offering 90Cents on the dollar for county warrants. Jake Shotwell and Al Thomas, of Wenatchee, were in the city this week. Will Steinman is able to he out again after a pretty severe seige of sickness. D. F. Dsn is having the inside if his saloon —The Warwick —neatly painted and otherwise improved. Good household property for sale. Enquire at room 24, Oedtlis block. Everybody hear and see ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 May 1897

r4-. . .... T.<-> .»>'» «- . Kw) lev ' W \A/ Q An 80 acre ranch near Sumner, has been plnnb I in strawberries. M. Bryne, of (.bu field ryts plant- j ed 100 acres i.; potatoes The new creamery at Mount Ver non is running full blast Th: 1 Northern Pacific has let a contract for nt tv Btock yards at Qa r field. Unity ball at Auburn was de stroyed by fire last week, loss $2,- --500." ; Eighteen hou?< = belonging to die' Puget Mill <'<>.. al Utsaladay, were recently burned. Kitsap county Is going to have, a fair. It will be held at Silver-' dale Sept. 30. Tho Alaska \ ackers' Association I is employing 40 I men in their can- Series near Maine. Tbe Griffins shingle mill at Hoi lingsworth is now cutting 12,000] shingles daily. G. M. Savage will plant mo bar- i reis of eastern oyi tore in Cull Har bor, about five miles front Olym pia, this spring. The government has begun work ; on Uie P<>rt Townsend fortifications, for which congress appropriated large gums. Snoh...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 May 1897

The Dawn and Seattle VOL. 4- NO. 20. TREASURY REPORT AUGUST 31. 1896. PUBLIC DEBT. fotal United Statas, $1,221,843,560.40 ' gtate, $228,997,389 County. 145,048,045 Municipal, 724,463,060 1,135,210,412,(X) Total Public Debt, $27357,05 1,6 m. 10 f 1890. telephones, $4,992,562 Telegragh Companies, 20,000,000 Electric light plants, 45,000,000 Gas Companies, 75,000,000 Public Water Los. 80,127,487 Canals, turnpikes, bridges and transporta tion Companies, (not nmmeeated), 11 1,208,078 Crop liens in the South, 300,000,000 Crop liens and chattel mortgages elsewhere, 350,000,< 00 National, state and county taxes. 1,040,437,013 Other private debts, 1,212,000,000 •National hank-- duo fcpoaitors, 1,701,653,512 •Due by the i eople to national banks, 2,059,408,102 •Due by the people to privato and state banks. 2,417,468,404 •Due by state and privato banks to de positors, 3,185,245,810 L ? fe Insurance Coca panics liabilities for risks, 8,591.686,564 DeUs on railroads and street railroads, 5,82...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 May 1897

Tlie Dawn PUBLISHED WEEKLY. FOR TflE PEOPLE NOW \ UN EARTH. term? or sußscaiPTfo;*-; jbtch week 'two c <-nt ©dc j.»r, if |>al i lo advance,.... Fifty Genu XnterM S"ov. .*•;'.. I , at tbe portoilcc Ellenabur*, Klttl •- county, Washington' as enttlli dto — s i-- -.i - po tal :at r Mice south ride at Fourth street, between pearl and Main btreat*, re** oi Geddii block, up »tair». ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Labi Saturday (Jot. Sogers re quested the .-'ate board of control, with ;he exception of Lester, to re sign, which they promptly refused to do, and late in the afternoon of •thesame day he removed them and appointed in their stead lobn C. Btallcup, democrat, of Pierce coun ty; W. R. Andrews, populist) of King; Miles C. Moore, silver repub lican, of Walla Walla: H. J. Snively, democrat, of Yakima. The mem bers that were removed were Neal Cheatham, C. IV. Young, Hicks andJ. F. Brown. Ehe new op* pointees have all accepted the posi tion and it ii reported that the new board will mee...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 May 1897

11l LIGHT That Never FAILS No Smoke, No Odor, jfon-Exi>to tive. fall it Tt« 0»»i» - And see it ~. BURN! I N. WILLIAMS. Agent. MATCHED. HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. •I cannot tell how the truth may be, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." Subscribe for Thk Dawn. kind ol miners blanks at at The Dawn office. The superior court convenes next Monday. Teachers quarterly examination las been in full blast this week. Do you hear tbe curfew whistle every evening at 8:30 —four blasts? Will G. Graves, of Spokane, was in the city Saturday. A. A. Battersoil has returned from his trip in the Trail creek country. Tbe examination for admission to the naval academy at Anapolis took place here Tuesday. Tag your dog, lock him up, or see gaucUge sacrificed on the block re gardless of consequences W. B. Price made a Hying trip to the Swank the forepart of the wsek. Judge Da vidson h eld court a eoupb of days last week in Walla Walla. M. M. Gaboon and Harry Need bam took charge of the Kirk hotel •n Willia...

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