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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 July 1897

ete-t© 3STo"W© C. F. Hulling has shipped 50,000 bushels o! wheat hum Oakesdale to ♦lie Portland Flouring Mills, recently The Northern Padific Railway com pany has begun ejectment proceeding against lieu landers in Whitman county The state treasurer has called gen eral fund warrants No-. 15.416 to 15. 835, inclusive, amount $50,352, and maturing July 17. William H, James, of Alkali Flat, Whitman county, has been arrested on charge of incest, his victim being his i5-ye..r old daughter. W. S. Parker who absconded Irom Fairhaven several years ago with $12,000 while icting as city marshal iias made good the amount. L. B. Faulkner, representing the bondholders, bid fn the Olympia street railway system, last week, at foreclosure sale forslOO,ooo, L. B. Bignold has been appointed receiver be the Bank oi Montesano and his bord placed at $20,000. The asscsts are valued at $50,00 ». KHakitat county farmers arc not alarmed at young grasshoppers that have hatched out in some localities. They are...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 31 July 1897

Dawn crncl New Time For The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. 31. Low Prices do Tell!! We are not in the habit of blowing about out* pricrs but we are prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay! WE GIVE EXACT CHANGE, Arhucklcs and Lyon Coffee 14c Savon Soap, full weight, per bar 04c Luckel's Borax Soap, " " o(sc 3ft cartoon Crackers 20c Sugar, Am. Gran. 17ths. for $1.00 « •' per sack $8.70 Sugar subject to market changes. Comb Horn y, frame 124 c Lemons, dor dozen 18c to 20c Lard, stt>s local 45c Gold Dust, 3ft package 20c Sea Foam Washing Powders 05c Lamp Chimney. No. 2 10c Lantern Clobes 10c Hominy. 10it> sack 30c Cod Fish, 2tt» brick 16c Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4c Starch, Corn, 2 cans for 15c Standard brands of tobacco 40c ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO., D. H. Westcott, Manager. * MOOR'S * LODGMISIG- * HOUSE * THIRD STREET, ELLENSBURG, WASH. Good Airy Rooms and Nice Clean Beds for All. Come and enjoy the hospitality of this house. Good quiet ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 31 July 1897

IP-—'Cx'-mix* 6. **l F;i tli© Peeyle MOW cc ♦ ♦ EARTH. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS OK subscription: Each week Two OenU One year, if paid in advance,.... rifty Cents Entered Nov. sth, 18S4, at tbe postorhce, Elleuslmnr, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rate?- Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddii Mock, up stairs. ROBERTA. TURNER, EDITOR THK farmer feeds all classes bet ter than he feeds himself. The demagogue would he power less- if the people were educated. There can he no over-production v long as human need is unsatis fied. Ovr dollars are all honest,but some of the people who manage the dol lars are not. Men who will sacrafice principle for office cannot be trusted to serve the people. The most potent weapon of op pression is the subsidized press, and it gets its support from those it en slaves. Thbri would be no jealousy of wealth if everyman knew no other man was gaining wealth at his ex expense. Suppli...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 31 July 1897

BEPOBTED. HASHED. SLASHED, ROLLED, MASHED, HATCH ED, MATCHED AND DISPATCHED. Joe Slmll left for Klondyke last Satur day. Canada Tariff is a panacea for Klon dike fever. Mr. and Mrs. Wager returned from their outing tliis week. Jimmy Gass was in tbe city this week on business, and called around to see ns. Judge Graves, Col. Agatz and family attended the Swauk miners picnic yes day. Mrs. J. P. Flynn lias returned from a week's visit with her mother in Robinson canyon. Simon Justham, of Roslyn, came down on his bike last Sunday on a visit with the boys. Some miscreant shot and killed E. T. Wilson's fine St. Bernard dog, Beppo, last Saturday night. - The Taeonia Ledger has made peace with the Printers' Union, and henceforth will employ only Union men. The bond proposition to validate sf 18. 000 of school debt in Port Angeles last Saturday, carried by a decisive vote of 5 to 1. Noal) Brown, well known in this city, was a passenger on the steamer Mexico that left Seattle for the Youkon la...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 31 July 1897

State l^Te-ws The Spokane Fruit Fair will open Sept. 29 and close Oct. 9. The Pierce county fair opens Sept. 6th and closes Sept. 12. The Pacific Wagon Co., was in corporated at Seattle last week The Sunday observance law is be ing vigorously eniorccd at Chewle lah. J. M. Bradley has been placed in editorial charge ol the Tacoma Led ger. The Tacoma Ledger has been sold to C. ML Schultz of Chicago lorsiß,- --000 cash. The Snohoir.ish County Stock-Ag ricultural association has been organ ized at Everett. Drs. Lockhart and McLean have assumed charge of the Medical Lake insane asylum. Reports from Alaska are to the effect that fish are scarce and a small pack will icsult. H. T. Jones, of Deep Creek, has been appointed chief deputy grain inspector at Spokane. Orders amounting to 600,000 sacks are being filled as rapidly as possible at the state penitentiary. The Alaska Petroleum Co., has been incorporated at Seattle to work the recently discovered oil fields of Alaska. The sale of the Ce...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 August 1897

Dawn and Time For lj$l*lo« The Dawn and 5,, tile Weekly Times $i.OO VOL. 4. NO. 32. Low Prices <io Teil!! We are not in the habit of blowing about our pricrs but we are prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay! OSTWE GIVE EXACT CHANGE, Afbuckles and Lyon ( : lc gave; So ip, full weight, p< r 1 r • Luck. IV Borax Soap, - " 06c 39> cartoon Cracker 2 gup,:. Am. Gran. L7ftp.fi « " ** per sack 15.70 Sugar subject to market change?. Comli Honey, frame '. Lemons, der dozen 18c to 20c Lard. sftf local Gold Dust, 3ft i ■ kage §ea Foam Washin Pom 1< r~ 05c Lamp Chirone f, No. 2 Lant<; n ( '.■ Homiuy, 10ft Cod Fish, 2ft brick 16 i Stare!.. Alal ter Gl »ss Starch, Corn, 2 cans for I 5 • Standard brands of tobai co ELLENSBURG BROCERV AND COMMISSION GQ. ; D. H. Westcott, Manager. THIRD STREET. ELLENSBURG, WASH. Good Airy Rooms and Nice Clean Beds for Ali. Come and enjoy the hospitality of this house. Good quiet place to rest and enjoy yourself. FREE FB EE RE Come in an...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 August 1897

r--u.-bitßii.oa ■< Fct tjs-cs jTecple new era. ♦ ♦ 1. Alt I'll. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS <T SUBSCRIPTION! Each week, Two Cents One year, if paid In advance,.... Fiftj CViits Entered Sfov, 'nh, 18M, at tiie postoffice, Ellensliurir, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled iv ieeond*elaM postal rated. Office smith Mil' of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main >-.trecti, rear of <ied;li block, up stair*. ROBERT A TURNERi EDITOR lle who by hi* vote loterates the continuau; 1 . :u c of a plutocratic into llavery. Bankers .".re as a rule a* good as other men. It is not the men but the system is wrong. No financial system on earth will bring liberty which leaves the hands of corporations and monopol ist. Some people in this county would sooner the whole country ruin ed than their party defeated. There has never yet been a pol itical compromise in which one of the parties to it wasn't cheated. Bank note- represen a loan from the people to the banks on which the peoj it —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. — 7 August 1897

NEWS BEPOI^TED. HASHED, SLASHED, ROLLED, MASHED, HITCH ED, MATCHED ASD DISPATCHED. Hot! Hotter! Hottest! Who said it was not hot? Several strangers in town this week. Ed Cooke of Wenatchee was in town this week The berry crop Is about a medium crop this season. Ezera Meeker, of Puyallup, was in the city Monday. 8. W. Barnes spent one day with the commissioners. Fred Butcher letnrned from his trip to Oregon this week. Tho Yakima river is getting lower and lower every day. Horry Eiwcod funl wife are expected home this week. Jack Lyons spent a few days in the mountains this week. A. E. Sparling went over to the Sound Wednesday morning. Richard Morrison went over to Seattle Thursday on business. W. H. McKee and family took in the Swauk miners picnic last week. W. A. Perkins, of North Yakima was in the city Saturday on business. The wells on the west side are all goiltx drj* and stock water is getting dry. Jesse MeDonaid says If ho was a few years yonn>:er lie woulp no to Klondyke. Re...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 August 1897

Sta/te .kTe-wis The Auburn iruit cannery is now in operation. Adams county's total indebtedness is only $$ ouo. Jay Lynch is the new agent of the Yakima Indians. Mrs. Houten, 79 years old perish ed in the flames during the burning of her home at Burlington, Tuesday, John W. Proy, ex-auditor of Clalb urn county, has been ariested, char ged with defalcation of small amount The school census of Vancouvei gives a total of I,oo*o a slight decre ise as coin: ared witn the census ol last year. The National Packing company. Poit Angeles, expects to make a pack oi 2" 0 0 cases of salmon this secured ,;,uoo head of cauie neai Wilbur and commenced shipping last week. W F McNatt of Auburn ha started his p tato evaporating plr.ni having received a large order for the Alaska tra ie. F. D. Barto, receiver ol the Bank of Puyallup, h .> received pern::- »i< n of the institution. The Seattle Coal Iron Com pany's propert has been s Id to the Murphy Gram Company of New York for £130,000. Hamilton...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 14 August 1897

<Tl*e> JOfciwx* etxict New Time For #1.10. The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4. NO. 33. Low Prices do Tell!! We are not in the habit of blowing about our pricrs but we are prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay! WTWE GIVE EXACT CHANGE.^ Arbuckles and Lyon Coffee I4e Savon Soap, full weight, per bar 04c Luckel's Borax Soap, l> M OSc 31b cartoon Crackers 20c Sugar, Am. Gran. I7B)S. for 11.00 •" '* " per sack 15.70 Sugar subject to market changes. Comb Honey, frame 12 Ac Lemons, der do fen 18c to 20c Lard, sft>s local 45c Gold Dust, 3ft> package 20c * Sea Foam Washing Powders 05c Lamp Chimney. No. 2 10c Lantern Globes 10c . Hominy, 101t> sack 30c Cod Fish, 21b Wick 10c Starch, Alabaster (iloss 4e Btarch, Corn, 2 can? for 15c Standard brands of tobacco 40c ELLENSIURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO., D. H. Westcott, Manager. * MO®R'S * LODG ING- * HOUSE * THIRD STREET ELLENSBURO, WASH. Good Airy Rooms and Nice Clean Beds for All. Come and enjoy the ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 14 August 1897

«»*** rxi.-biioi3.«a. *•». Fei tlx* S>«ople aa.o-w oa. ♦ ♦ EARTH. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS OF scbsckiption: Each week, Two Cents •ne year, if paid in advance,.... Fifty Cents Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at tbe postotllce, Ellcnstiurß, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to lecond-claM postal rates. Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main street*, rear ot Geddis blo«k, up stairs. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR Those Wheels, The middle-of-the-raad pops say that trusts and combines must be got rid of before free silver can again be made the leading issue. Illegal combinations like crime, are here to stay. You may, in a measure, check it. but .get rid of it, you never will. The rich always have the advantage of the poor and always will have, and the sooner these pops abandon these wild-eyed, wheels in the head notions, the better. With free silver the issue, the corrupt old republican party can be wiped off the face of the earth in 1900, and pops who have the good of...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 14 August 1897

STEWS REPORTED. HASHED, SLASHED, ROLLED, MASHED, HATCH ED, MATCHED AND DISPATCHED. .Sunday was a scorcher 1 City Council meets next Monday night. We have in this county 12,700 head of cattle. W. H. Petersons ltouso is fust Hearing completion. Ramsey Bros, have sold 15 binders so Jar this season. There are 5,050 horses and mules in Kittitas county. Have you seen Dinah wid a big piece watah million. Bossong and family are rusticating in the hills this week, Prof. J. H. Morgan went over to Walla Walla this weee sn business. Win. Dennis, of Chiwaukum, was in the city Saturday on business. H, i. Snively, of Yakiiua, was in the city Saturday on legal business. Tbe creamery of J. P. Sharp is band ling 12,000 pounds of milk daily. Wenatcliee's eld stand-by Philp Miller was a visitor to the burg this week. The single-tax idea has captured the Normal board—a majority at least. W. C. Thomas will teach the Kaston school this tall beginning Sept. sth. Dexter Thoudy was hi the city this week 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. — 14 August 1897

State News Forest fires are raging near New Whatcom. Lovelall & Hunt have put in a saw mill at Hayuie. J. W. Maloney, near Fcruclale, had a $2,000 fire this week. Gov. Rogers has inspected The Soldiers' Home at Orting. The thugs of the Pacific coast are said 10 be nocking to Seattle. Hugh Wallace, the Tacoma bank er is now a resident of the Klondyke The pay roll tXc of rex>:m school for the month of July amounted x> o>s> Over 43\~*:r cwt of the taxes for 1896 in Spokane county has been paid in. The Everett smelter has increased wages 10 per cent, a=< rt Jesuit of scar city of laborers. E. B. Moffit, of South Bend, has discovered a six inch of promising coal on Mill Creek. The principal creditors ot she Yak ima Investment Co., have agreed np en plans of reorganization. Lewis Bros, have recently put in a new Challonee double-Mock machine in their shingle mill at Markarr.. E. A. Nichols has leased Clock's shingle mill at Bncnda, and started it up, after several month...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 21 August 1897

Tla«e Dawn cirrd New 'Time* For fl.lo. The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. 34. Think or Starve 'THAT is the alternative. Do not longer be x deceived by well-worded lies. Read the truth. It will pay you TO-DAY —this moment you are being robbed of what you earn. How much? Not less than $1,000 a year. Do you know how ? Do you know why ? Read Formerly NEW OCCASIONS. Jkj REFORM MAGAZINE ONE DOLLAR A YEAR in the Ten Cents a Number c ... . < B. O. FLOWER, Founder of the Arena. fcditors. | FRE DERICK U. ADAMS, Editor New Occasions. The New Time is a fearless advocate of the INITIATIVE and REFERENDUM, Ma jority Rule, Scientific Government, Monrtary Retorm an J Physical and Ethical Culture. Among the hundreds oi brilliant writers who will regularly contribute to its pages are: Prof. Frank Paraoaa. Henry I). Lloyd. Herbert N. ('aason. Eltwoed Pomaroy. Hamlin Gartanu. Justice Waller Clark. Etwuo V. Deba, SPECIAL TO YOU. Send IJ two cent stamps and receive THE NEW TIME three m...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 21 August 1897

♦ ♦ i:\rtu. ♦ + PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Kacli week Two Cents One year, It paid iv advance,.... Fifty* enta Entered Nov. sth, 1804, at tbe postotnee, Ellensburffi Kittitas county, Watbiugton, :is entitled to second-class postal rate? Office ROUtb aide of Fomtli street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddis (dock, up itair*. ROBERTA. TURNER, EDITOR Wu;-:x Chairman Jones of tbe Democratic National Committee indiscriminately denounced all Populists and said they could "go to the ncgroe* w here they belonged" he pasted the line "f common dec ency and self respect and his party will pay dearly for i*. in tbe south. 'Ye arc not here to-champion all th„* work of Tom Watson as we think he acted very imwi-e in at least some Instances, but take it all around he was sorely tempted and when we realize that 1 ur national chairman belonged to tho longeared tribe and got his all by downright treachery of the lowest grade and meane.-i chatacter, and ho utterly refused to pr...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 21 August 1897

KEPOETED. HASHED, SLASHED, ROLLED, 31 ASH ED, HATCH ED, MATCHED AND DISPATCHED. Watermelons are in great demand now. Mrs. Van Alstine of Buiinyside is very sick. Sam Pierson spent a few days in Swauk this week. C.C. Whittaker, of Swauk, has pulled out for Klondyke. f, W, Agate is spending a few days in Seattle this week. Philip M iller, of Wenatchee was in this city this week on business. Johnny Buroh says the crop of alfalfa in his neighborhood is good. W, B. Price made a flying trip to the Teanaway Tuesday evening. Word conies from W. M. Stinson that be is gradually growing better, L. Whitaiore end Frank Kerstetter of Swauk, was in the city on business. There are two or three new mining deals on deck in the Swauk district. [, B. Taylor, will please accept our thanks lor a dozen very tine apples. C H. Hitman, our genial postmaster retained from his visit to Mission Thuiß* day. The teachers institute will convene in in this city on the 23rd and lasts four days. .lames Stevenson, 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. — 21 August 1897

State «fcT#^*r© A banker from the Orient v in Everett investigating American meth ods. A three year old son of W. H. Harris, of Olympa was burued to death Sunday. Brig. Gen. K. C. Merriam, com manding the department ot the Co lumbia, is on tbe sound this week. Counterfeiters have been doing a rushing business in sound town in exchanging alleged greenbacks for lor gold. Judge K'ulm of Port Townsend proposes to lend an expedition ol 200 men to the Copper mines in Alaska abjuf the middle of March The coal miners employed rrt. the Seattle Coal and Iron company's mines at Istaquah have struck foi higher wages ami it i.i said in sympa thy with the strikers of the easr. Th- sawmill ofT. M. Russel& Co at Woodland, four miles from Olym pia was burned and a loss n{ about $16,000 resulted. It is -.mderstood *he mill will he immediately lebuilt. A consider:.hie amount of ' red wheat" is being received in Tacoma for the first time in the history of the port. Six cars of red wheat have been r...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 August 1897

Dawn amcl New Time For *jsl.lo. The Dawn and Seattle ] Weekly Times $1.00 1 s VOL. 4. NO. 35. Think or Starve dftjC TTHAT is the alternative. Do not longer be pffiffik deceived by well-worded lies. Read the truth. It will pay you TO-DAY —this moment— you are being robbed of what you earn. How much? Not less than $1,000 a year. Do you know how ? Do you know why ? Read Formerly NEW OCCASIONS. REFORM MAGAZINE ONE DOLLAR A YEAR in the "vTorlcl. Ten Cents * Number BJ( . (B. O. FLOWER, Founder of the Arena. hditors: (FREDERICK U. ADAMS, Editor New Occasions. The New Time is a fearless advocate of the INITIATIVE and REFERENDUM, Ma jority Ruie, Scientific Government, Monetary Reform and Physical and Ethici.l Culture. Aniens the rmndre Js of brilliant writers who Mill rejularty contflbuli I; ill page? are: Prof. Frank Parsons. Gov. 11. S Plnpreo. I Senator Cliiinr".er. He.iry U. Lloyd. Llllliin Whiting. Pres. l»eo. A. Utiles, Berbers N. Casson. A. 11. Lewis. Mary A. I.lvera'ore. Iltweoi Pome...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 August 1897

♦ 4- KAKTJJ. ♦ ♦ Published weekly. terms of subscription: Each week Two Cent* One year, If paid Id Advance,.... r'iftj Cents Catered Nov. 6th, 1594, nt the jjn-tn-tioe. Elletisburtr, Klttlta* county, WaxhlnKton, M emitted to WCHIId- dHM postal rate-. Office south side of Fourth stre<t, between i'cMrl and Main htreetn, renr of Geddix Mock, up siair^. ROBERTA. TURNER, EDITOR We may be wrong in our ideas but it does -ceo, to tu> that the commissioners did a very unwise tiling in letting ihe X. P. Coal Co., off without n cent of tax on a coal shaft that they admit cost themJ $600,000. Assessor Ellison took a broad view of th'- matter and as sessed the shaft at $50,000 but the j commissioner.- thought it unwise to as.-ess it at any figure whatever. Just what the state board of equal ization will do about the matter we do not know, but hope they will place a resonable value on the property and make s ml lege eorpor ations stand on an equal footing with tlie rancher and the laboring ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 August 1897

NEWS EEFCETED. HASHED. SLASHED. ROLLED, 31 ASHED, HATCH ED, MATCHED AND DISPATCHED. Prof. Bruton took in the Institute this week. Mre. Van Aistine is reported as mend ing slowly. Have you noticed the new "ail" of Mc- Kee and Visey. W. F. Patterson, oi Blewett, was in the city this week. Itcoet |4,166.32 to assess Snohomish county this year. W 0. McDowell is working in the mill *t Pork Blakely. Dr. Newland auvs there is considerable iicknesß at present. A Girl wanted; Enquire at the Ellens* burg National Bank. J. E. Veach of Tliorp, was in the city this week on business. Gets rumor lias it, is taking an outing and at leisure kills grouse. Ada Tate lias been quite sick for some weeks in reported a little batter. J, A. Thomas, of OleElnm, was in the city attending Institute this week. Gnstai KftlftOlt and Henry Hantman of Liberty, w ere in tow n this week. Teacher's Institute convened Monday awmingin the public school hulding. C. J. Parsons was in town ngnin this week with a € ne lot o...

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