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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 May 1897

©tat© £T©we A hospital is soon to be built at Snohomish. A. If. Mead shipped about 1,800 pounds i f cheese from Kent recenly. The stanwood creamery turned out 4,247 pounds of butter in March. Tbe Stanwood creamery is doing a good business. Tbe Auburn pottery turned out another kiln of pottery last week. At the N. P. Shops in Tacoma 100 flat cars of 70,0Q0 pounds ca pacity are being bulit. Work has been commenced on the new lighthouse on Gray's Har bor. The taxable property of What com county amounts to $10,479,- --110. The creamery at New Whatcom has a mpacity of 80,000 pounds daily. Tlie towns of Meyer's Falls and Kettle Falls have been connected by telephone. Judge Hanford has declared the mechanics' lion law of tho state constitutional. Tbe Chehalis valley creamery paid out over $500 to farmers on Ist day of May. In consideration ol $2,300 the Davenport brewery plant changed hands last week. Maltbie Brofc.of Waterville, have made arrangements to put in creamery at that place soon...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 22 May 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO - 21 • TREASURY REPORT AUCUST 31. 1896. I'rttal United States. $1,221,843,560.40 iute $228,997,389 Emtv 145,048,045 Hunicipal,. 724,463,080 1,135,210,442.00 Total Public Debt r $2,357,654,038.40 t 1890. Telephones, 14,992,562 Telegragh Companiw, 20,000,000 Ilectric'light plants, 45,000,000 jas Companies, 75,000,000 fublic Water Co r s. 89,127,15T Canals, turnpikes, bridges snd transporta tion Companies,, (not wuroreated), 114,208,078 Crop h*n» in the South, 300,000,000 t'rop liens nnd chattel mortgages elsewhere, 350,000,000! yational. state and county taxes, 1,040,437,013 Other private debts 1,212,000,000 •National banks due depositor?, 1,701,668,512 •Dae by the people to national banks, 2,059,408»4<)2 •Due by the people to priyate ami state banks 2,417,468,494 •Due by state and private banks to de bitors. 3,185,245,810 L'fe Insurance Com panies liabilities for risks, ( 3,591.686,564 Debts on railruads and street railroads;, 0,5...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 22 May 1897

Tlie Da,wn PUBLISHED WEEKLY. FUR THE PEOPLE A'jM' OX PARTII n.y.y.c ot subscription: Kucb week Tvrr. r e nt« 9ne >?-ar, if pjiJ in tdvaoet,.... Kilt) Cents Batered Nov, stß, 1804, it tb<- postofftt-e' BUtaabaiT, K:rtita, county, Washington' a* eatitlca t-j secoad»eiast postal rates- Oflio..- south side of Fourth street, between Its: uud Sin.., >.trt«:?, rear nf GiriiUi hlOCfc, Up s'alrc. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. W* understand Gov. Bogen is about to bring cut another book under the title of "My Peculiar View*." Judging from the notori ety he is gaining in the dispensing of the patronage of hi office be should bring cut a book entitled, "How 1 Manage to Run the Office of Governor and Ignore Election Promises." We believe Mark Hani.a would willingly pay a handsome sum for information of that kind. It would be cheaper than laying tip for repairs as Mark is now doing, worrying over the importunities of men he promised office during the last campaign. We merely offer this as a k...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 22 May 1897

THE 0 That Never FAILS No Smoke, No Odor, Non- Exple tive. (HIHTIi OmI». And see it . BURN! I m. WILLIAMS, Agent. HATCHED. HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. ,1 wr mpt tell how i'"' v iiHi may lie, ' j tell tbe tale ax 'twas told to mc." Subscribe for Tin' DAWS Jf#"AU kind of miners blanks at JtTiiE Dawn office. C, V. Warner reports a line time in Eastou last Saturday. We learn that Sheriff Sti»son is to return about June Ist. Farmers report prospects for good crops never better. It's about time to say something about the new bank again. Mrs. 0. B. Fuller, of Wenatchee, is dangerously ill. Frank Dallman, of Waterville, •will soon start a paper at Loom is. E. F. Harden was a Tacoma visi tor this week. E. E. Wager spent a [ew days iv Tacoma this week. J. E. Veach, of Thorp, was iv Tacoma this week on business. H. J. Snively, of Yakima, was in ihe city attending court this week. The last session of the superior •court of Douglas county only cost 1400. I.C. Grain and Harley Brown have licen breaki...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 22 May 1897

H. T. Jones may yet be warden uf the penitentiary. Island county's potato acreage is nearly double that of last year. An elk banter accidentally Bhot himself near south bend last week. 11,395 pounds of milk was the receipts one day at the Stanwood creamgry The stone quarry at Chuckanut is getting out'- material for the <; ray* Harbor lighthouse. f. L Clark has resigned as re ceiver of the Pirst National bank of Spokane. The penitentiary jute mill at Walla Walla has resumed opera tion. Dr. Ht L. L. Newburne, superin tendent of the I'uyallup Indian school, has resigned. A force of 100 men are now at work on the new ismy pos 1 at Spokane WOrd comes from Walla Walla tliat Miles C. Moore will rot accept position'on stale board of con trol. Everett sesrod to >c overrun with thieves. Several houses have been broken Into c: late and the officers ure trying to capture the culprit?. Tacoma gets a tea inspector, who *ill probably be appointed this week by the civil service com -11) ifS'o...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 29 May 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4. NO. 22. TREASURY REPORT AUGUST 31. 1896. PUBLIC DEBT. Total United States. $1,221,843,560 10 .State, 1228,997,389 Ceunty, I 15,048,045 Municipal, 721.1.63,060 1,135,210,442.00 Total Public Debt, $2,357,054,038.40 •f 1890. Telephones, $4,992,562 Telegragh Companies, 20,000,000 Electric light plants, 45,000,000 Gas Companies, 75,000,000 Public Water Co's, 89,127,487 £»nals, turnpikes, bridges and transporta tion Companies., (not •numreated), 114,208,078 Crop liens in the South.. 300,< X H 1,01 XI Crop liens and chattel •mortgages elsewhere, 35Q,00Q,< I 1 National, state and -county taxes, 1,040,437,01.'! Other private debts, 1,212,1 )0l : • •National banks duo .depositors, 1,7 dl ,653,512 ♦Due by the people to national banks, 2,059,108,402 •Due by tbe people to private and state banks, 2,417,4 V,' *Due by state and private banks to de positors, 3.185,24;' I Life Insurance Com panies liabilities for risks, 3,591.6.' Debts on railroa...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 29 May 1897

PUBLISHED Y/E2KLY. TEIJMS Of IUKCIIPTIOU: Z«eh week Two 1 >' '- On* year, if P*!ti Iv advanei > Iftj Cent* In'ered S«v. '•' 1, r"«4. ft >b« poatofflc*. gllembßrr, Kitri*»- county, Washington. as entitled to aeeond-elaM »t»l rites- Office tootb rids of fourth p-eet. between pe»r! and Main streets, r.'ir of Qeddil biock, up ••.rt'.c. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Aia real reformers are demand fog that corruption shall be ci posed through the press which they support (populist) e?en in the populist party. While there are a great many very nice people #ho cling to "the party" regardless of its ulcc-rs and who think it wisdom to use a poultice or a tallowed rag instead of a probe and who would politically faint away if yoti opened the sore and let ""•'» the r ttermess. What are your reform idea? and populism good for if they can't stand the test? How long will you submit to follow the quacks and the noise of the band wagon and be defeated e*ery season? How much truth can you stand w...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 29 May 1897

IKE U6HT If,at Never FAILS Jfo Smoke, No Odor, Hon-Explo sive. <On »t Tht OmU a And tee it • BURN!: f. M. WILLIAMS, Agent. HATCHED. HATCHED AUD DISPATCHED. •1 tsannnt lei! how th* truth may be, I tell the tele •« 'tw»* told to me.'" Subscribe for Thk Dawn. Ail kind ef minors blank* at at The Dawn office. Oscar Sayles has been laid up for repairs this week. Unpaid taxes will become -delin quent on June Ist. F. H. Riidkin was in the city "fcis week attending court. Court adjourned on Tuesday to convene again Monday. Jno. Nash, a former resident of this-city, is now located at Quartz creek, B. C. W. A. Thomas is in the upper, country looking after schools this week. Be sure to register if yon want to vote at the school election the 2nd Saturday in June. Cloudy a« it was ail day Sun day, the thermometer stood at £4 nearly all dny. The county convention of the W. C. T. U. will be held in We natchee June 8, 9 and 10. Mrs. J. H. Smithson is visiting her mother in Illinois. They will ttm...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 29 May 1897

©tsite l£Te"W© King county owes the '-late 118,- ---000. H. Mannii g has opened a bakery at Colfax. I). 1 . Wheeler will shortly open a jewelry store at Puyallup. William Cobb's log drive was landed at Colfax last week. Jas. P. Hook was appointed postmaster at Ballard last week. J. F. Mills, groeerer, at Olympia. has made an assignment. S. E. Weheymer, groeerer. Pasco, made an a>signment last week. The Cosmopolis Enterprise has suspended publication. The new 6tate board of control meets June 7th. The Rice Lumber Co. has been encorporated at Everet. Keny Lumber Co., Seattle, will put in a sash and door plant. Palouse is said to he improvil g faster than any town in tin- state. William Fergus m, of Brinnon, recently killed a large black bear with a club. Dulin Bros, recently shipped a whole train load of cattle east from Garfield. Bwgher & Wall have shipped 90 head of cattle from Rockford to Montana. Fifty car loads of rattle were shipped from S] ■ >ks ne 1 we . Montana and ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 5 June 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4 NO. 23. TnEASURY REPORT AUGUST 31. 1896. PUBLIC DEBT. Total United States, $1,221,843,560 40 State, $228,997,889 County, 145,048,045 Municipal, 724,463,060 1,135,210,442.00 Total Public Debt, $2,357,054,038.40 f 1890. Telephone?. $4,992,562 Telegrach Companies, 20,000,000 Electric light plants, 45,000,000 Gas Companies, 75,000,000 Public Water Cos. 69,127,487 Canals, turnpikes, bridges and transporta tion Companies, (not enumreated). 114,208,078 Crop liens in tbe South, 300.i300.0i iU Crop liens and .chattel mortgages elsewhere, 350,000,000 National, state and county taxes, 1,040,437,013 Other private debts, 1,212,000,000 •National banks due — d> posi tor?, 1,701,653,512 •Due hy the people to national banks, 2,059,408,402 •Due hy the people to private and state banks. 2,417,468,494 •Due by state and private banks to de positors, 8,185,245,810 L : fe Irsurain-e Com panies liabilities for risks, 3,591.686,564 Pelts on railroads snd str...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 5 June 1897

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ' TERMS OF subscription: Each week Two Cents #dc year, ii paid I i advance,.... Fiftj Cents Btjtered Nov. Sth, I*ll4, ut U.e poitolßoei Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, a- entitled to »eeond-claa» po.-tai rate-. Mice south of Fourth street, between Pear and Main streets, rear of Oeddi* Mock, up si an -. ROBERTA TURNER, EDITOR. ' Pakmek* cannot make them selves rich by increaaing their crop*, -ii long as money mongers can manipulate the price of those crop-. When the many kings get eon* trol of all the silver mines so they can regulate the output, they will become earnest advocates of iree coinage. It is surj risii g tliat ai y iutelli gent mat. should be deceived by the claim that hard Limes are caused by either "overproduction" or ''underconsumption." Dishonesty and defalcations on the part of public officials are the natural outcome of indifference on the part of the people to the meth ods whereby those officials get their offices. lr the "people"cannot b...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 5 June 1897

A LARGE Assortment OF FIREWORKS I ASP the •*>* r::s OA OT O Milkshake TO THE CITY And Every Otter Day, ked DnnkS —WHOLESALE AND - t^"2 "-* MATCHED. HATCHED AND DiSPATGHED. •1 cannot tei! how tho trutb ma? bo, I tell the t:»ie as 'twas told to mc. M Subscribe for The Dawx Ail kind of miners 1 lank- at at Thk Dawn office. Dr. B. S. Scott is in Roslyn this week. J, P. Sharp was in Tacoma last Saturday. Bill Lewis, of Cle Elum, was in town Saturday. A. L. Siemmons. of Yakima, was in the city this week. Peter McCallum, was in town, this week on business. J. M. Baird has gone OUT: with Mose Emerson on a surveying ex-, peditiom Mrs. L. A. Vincent is attending the Rehekah lodge at Seattle this week. ' The Wenatchee Advance thinks I a cold storage plant at that point ' would he a success. W. J. Robbins i- in >eatt!e this 1 week attending the Grand Lodge of tbe 1.0.0. F. W. 11. Puffer, of Walla Walla, intends shortly to put in a creaTS ery at Forks, Clallum county. Ira P. Englehart, 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. — 5 June 1897

State SSTe-ws Olympia is working hard for a new woolen mill plant. The long-distance telephone has aeen finished to Asotin. Measles, diphtheria and scarla tina are raging in Spokane. Ex-city treasurer of Spokane. Geo. W. Boggs, will soon he incar cerated in state prison Salary warrants in Whatcom county are reported worth. 98 rents. The Northern Pacific has paid lo.ST:'. as the first half of its taxes in Pacific county. Gov. Rogers has appointed \V. M. Ridpath member of the board of control in the place of Milss C. Moore. Judge McDonold, of Colfax, sen tenced Jno. Leonard, who murdered Jacob ffalquist last July to be hanged July -. Gov. Rogers has appointed C. P. FeTac -n.;-. Paul d'Heirry, Seattle, nt.d H. N. Belt.of Spokane, mend ers of the commission to rep resent the -*a:e ?.t the Paris expo sition in 1900. Go?. Rogea ha-: granted pardons to the following convicts upon the recommendation of the board f pardon: Delos Wood, of Lincoln aounty, Wash Heppenger, of Yak ima county; Jos...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 12 June 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4. NO. 24. Lew Prices <d.o Tell! We are not iv the habit of blowing about our pricrs but we are prepared to meet ail coinpetitiou. We are here to stay! IHTWE GIVE EXACT CHANGE.JBB Arbucklee and Lyon Coffee ]4c SavonSoap,foil wtight,per bar 04c LuckelV Borax Soap, ,- M UtV 31b cartoon Crackers 20e Sugar, Am. Gran. 17ft?. for f 1.00 " " " per sack $5.70 Sugar subject to market changes. Comb Honey, frame 12.1e Lemon?, dcr dozen 18< to 20c Lard, 51bs local 45c Gold Dust. 3ft package 20c Sea Foam Washing Powder.- 05c Lamp Chimney. So. 2 10* Lantern Clobea 10c Hominy. 10ft sack 30e Cod Fish. 2ft-brick 16c Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4e Starch, Corn, 2 cans for 15c Standard brands of tobacco 40c ELLENSBURO GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO., D. H. WESTCOTT, Manager. ? MOOR'S * LODGING. * MOBSft * * i mmt THIRD STREET, ELLENSBURO, WASH. Good Airy Rooms and Nice Clean Beds for All. Come and enjoy the hospitality of this house. Good quiet place to rest 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. — 12 June 1897

4 ♦ EARTH. -a- ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS OF subscription: Each week Two Cents •ne year, it paid In advance Fifty Cents Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at tlie postoflicei EHensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to sec l-class postal rate?. Office south side of Fourth street, between Penrl and Main streets, rear of Qeddis block, >tair>. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. RUMOR has it that Gov. Itogers has freely admitted that his private secretary has kept from him cer tain papers —letters, etc. —that he should have seen. We thought there must be something wrong. The new state hoard of control met Monday and transacted busi ness in a very quiet way. The world, generally speaking, will perhaps, outside the appointments they may make, know very little about matter- discussed by the boa rd. Th:. land question is fast be coming a. great question 'fake away the home of the American voter and you take from him his love oi country and patriotism, You build up two classes by so do ing. On o...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 12 June 1897

ICE CREAM A. LARGE fc»*a*t OF Cheapest: QAO T O Milkshake TOTUHTi W h. EB rßi\k> A-d It?rr Otter Ist - - : . .E- AI I .-. N D V. II A I I Ul. :S« w :.--.:.-=! fcrjscriWfor 7?.r Daws at T: r 7 s ffi ?e A. 0. Wishara marned to North port Bond ;• rreni g C. V. Warr-er rpeu: ■ it* asm in the s-iui: this **** Cse -?*rr::~ F.c.v*:<c C, r~. " sVlrafSS I r II o—l g rv - The K:::::iJ ecejmty W C 7. V is in Weaatcbei this weei J.S. Artboery fell this weak lot thesis::-:* taamitlaa ia search ,: C. L. Oefiiea ereoi ever to Seat -tie BatonUj cad artnmed this areek liarcs .7*i£ r lid n Ufl A. L rrzr::= :: Yakima **• in :b? c:rj hx- labaku t ■ - lis this week Get r*a£r ta t<:*'-ri'- -if Wj ii eld style •.: -if fair grc-r.i- Mr,. - 7 Packwa kj and bat little bopes :: be* rr: xrery is er.-.-rru.--*: -famine? ia tbe Meaeah ta-'i. aurt so ?*&&aT Banch* saa B*£fi I Yaaisß tra* ir. rity -Jr.. - ■se c Martir. Caaeetee was .: 7.::r.' fjttaaek attecdisi the ps ef the Royal .-.nr. lUaoni f?...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 12 June 1897

State News The saioons in Tacoma a~e now rioted from 2 to 5 a. by Jno. Leonard :s sentenced to he hung at Colfax July 2. Four teachers ar? now 'employed in the Castle Rock public school. There is a big boom on hand in the Copper Creek mining dis trict The school for Defective Youth elosea last week i.r the summer vacation. Gov. Rogers has consented to crown the *'iueen a* the Tacoma Ro?e Carnival. At :hs 'vValla Walla penitentiary 60 convie ,s are at work ::.e brisk yard _nd 250 in the jute mill. Prof. James Watesn. has been retained for the coming year a = director of the School for Defective Youth. The cherry crop oiYakima coun ty ns almost or quite a total failure and only 15 per cent of a crop of peache* The Dean taw mill tear Hot Springs, was totally des:roved by ftra last week, Lo?s 120,000. In tolerance very -mall. Funds have besr. subscribed in Port Townsend to bnild a trail •Jong the Little Quilicene river, and into the Olympics. It it estimated that hall a mil lion pounds ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 19 June 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. 25. Prices do Tell! We are not iv the habit of blowing about our pricrs but we are prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay! IHTWE GIVE EXACT CHANGE.^] Arbuckle? and Lyon Coffee 14c Savon Soan,full weight, per liar 04e Luckel's Borax Soap, '* ,; 08c 31b cartoon Crackers -2l)c Sugar, Am. Gran. lTfbs. for $1.00 41 " per sack $5.711 Sugar subject to market changes. Comb Honey, frame l'Jie Lemons, der dozen 18c to 20c Lard, sfb.- local 45c Gold Dust,3tt» package -J(V Sea Foam Washing Powders 06c Lamp Chimney, No. 2 10c lantern Clobes 10c Hominy, 101b sack 30c Cod Fish. 2ft> brick 16c Starch, Alabaster Gloss lc Starch, Corn. 2 cans for 15c Standard brands of tobacco 40c EUENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO., D. H. WESTCOTT, Manager. t MOOR'S * LODG ING * HOUSE *! THIRD STREET, ELLENSBURO, WASH. Good Airy Rooms and Nice Clean Beds for All. Come and enjoy the hospitality of this house. Good quiet place to rest and enjoy you...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 19 June 1897

r -*■ EAR f 11. -.- * TERMS OF s f:;.-. Ktr-no.N : *r« 1 Tv its •occur,e >cur, it pal iln :> mi i •:!;• I• DU Enteral Soy, :.•!>. ISM, -: the pru>l |fl .-. BUeosbonr, Kittitas ..• mm?, W sblnat .n, as entitled to »t*c >nU*claaa postal rates. OlKck » utb • !■*•••. ; 11 Mreet, I■•w< ■ • and Main »treett, rear »t Uvddls block, • jij-. EOBERT A. TURNER, RMTOR. No mas can claim that the world owes him a liviiig unlet* the world prevent? him fr m earning a living for hi::.-- If. Thk interests of the Farn ers and Merchants are identical and any financial system wl i . j. .t.-:s on hurts the othc . also. Tbcse who v.'-te for systems whereby millions are kept in idle ness ought nor to complain at be ing called on to support those whom they by their v. tes kept in idleness. The MeKinley btidges during the campaign were rcund and w r:i on the h<j el of the coat. Those most in evidence now are ? juare and worn mostly on the el ows and bosom of our pants. Cart article last w...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 19 June 1897

A. tARGI tesorimeni REWORKS an d rms Cheapest! EVER BtfOIOHT to hie an OAS I S • v :.• LKSAI :: AM) i::: ■ All" ~" *" MATCHED. HATCHED AND DISPATCHED, •1 cannot t#ll how lb* truth ram bt t I tei: the tale a* *twaa told to me." Subscribe for Tun Dawn. A Nice shower Wefinesd ay night. C 1». Collins spent a few hours in Taw ma this v. eek. According to the last report J. C. Ellison is slowly recovering. Several loaos or new hay were put ontQie market th>- week. Use "Passat" Roaeted Coffee, 7 Packages for *1X o—Fogarty's. Judse Davidson held court in Yakin.a a tew day- this week. Sheriff Stinson, act rding I • the latest -report, is gamir.g slowly. Crustoff Nelson, the Swank miner, was in town;*3ftlurday and S md A washing powder that i e yellow will make the clothes the same color. Avoid this by auynf ~ a] "Foam. There's no clay, fl-ur. starch or other worthless :V.liner iv '"Hoe Cake''and no free jdkali to burn the hands. D. T. Dauhas been rd>out laid up this week. 1 eir.g sc ho...

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