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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 August 1903

OOLD RELIABLE \ as &AKlN<* POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE m m IBS of today ~,, , W Dryden, wh- t Superin i i of the state peniten- Pu turned from an extended L S | .. r much improved in k 1 c I tfatliawav ■ popular era ' the Statesman, and Mrs. . i,„• Rich vere married in court yesterday atternoon '.' Huffman. Mrs. Rich, the , r | from Seattle yesterday ~ .... commissioner Frank Smith i € ave tomorrow for a three t relatives at Lamed, \fr« Smi and daughter ing at that place for will return home Si " v • , parsonage of the First M. E. Marvin pastor officiating, an . Miss Bertha Ritter . rday evening. Mr. Shell will leave tomor- Elgin, Oi gon, to reside, the gaged in business in 3chn Ider, two-year oh' dr and Mrs. Charles en the Yellow . i st< rday morning of interment took place emet< ry yesterday after- Th, remains of Miss Edna Folia. tted suicide at the home of >- Gillin near Milton. Tuesday Riling by taking a heavy dose of . were shipped to her pa- I...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 August 1903

If there is one thing m better than another, it's a good I smoke—lf there is one smoke bet- I 1 ter than another, it's the / hvl LV Am I Lkl ■II 111 I 7 5c CIGAR A I Save 1 Bands! M They're worth a fortune of $142,500. Buy a Recruit to-day and get in on the ground floor. Two bands from Recruit Cigars are equal to one tag from Star Tobacco in securing presents. X DANIELS OF VIRGINIA Discusses Proposed Fi nancial Reform. WILL OPPOSE TIIE AIM Ml! BILL He Says Tnat Most of the Democratic Senators Will Filibuster Against it. Washington. Aug. 20. —Senator John Daniel of Virginia declares him self as uncompromisingly opposed to tho present republican program for financial legislation. In view of the fact that Senator Daniel is now the ranking democrat member of the sen ate committee on finance, his declared atitude is of great importance at this time The Virginian may be the lead er of the minority in whatever finan cial legislation is proposed by the ad ministration. Senator Daniel was se...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 August 1903

~~f \ " c al! right on 6aws - but sensitive I \ Lcckß don 1 ( ' are for them on their jt\mS ~llars ° r cufEs - our Perfect meth ; —f Jj glve • yo h c b areful work - which tIC fini s h an(l th e a lmm°acuhTtc? J cohj S r form Uks** y ° Ur Uaen hoiue WALLA WALLA STEAM LAUNDRY A wt will n. £11, Ull *\. HAKBEN Ml_ Author of IP AW * Copyright WC2. b, Mk Mi V HARPEH <* BROS, WKo PublUh the Work In Book Form. AH _ 1 Rights Reserved - . (Continued.) , rdjv know wuat » say,'* saH -The old genU< : - Mr. Bish . [r>w going old timer, but bis . ; up i" date, i all of energy 1 think he's made up ! ' . ,j to sell that property." eat to his desk, hovered , j dark human cloud ami uctantly turned to the big iron n liS f the wall, obviously to get . .... i; - . ; h.uuent was too t | C() bin ii. With his fat, 1,. r plated conibina i-d to Miller again, nd sitting down till I j . me one < two of the directors?" - : a Milh r. "if you'll get th< Constitution. Tbe • luin all team played Mobi...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 August 1903

| dti&k i * I $ z 21 • ? $ Solicits Business. j» t Call and see us. \ 4< \ I m > ** t J. L. c LAM. \ MONEY fOX SCHOOLS. Twelve Thousand Dollars Distributed Among Various Districts of the County. County Superintendent 'Myers yes terday received and apportioned among th.' various districts of the county. Walla Walla county's portion of the last quarterly current school fund amounting to $12,461.90. The apportionment is as follows: District No. 1. $7.260.02; No. 2, $81.30; No. ::. $1,308.70; No. -">. $425.28; Nos. 6. 7 and 8, $44 each; No. 9. $67.- --96; No. 10, $165.64; Nos. 11 and 12, $44 each; No. 13, $111; No. 14. $51.88; Nos. 15 and 16, $44 each; No. 17, $181.14; No. IS and 19, $44 each; No. 27. $105.88; N<>. 28. $52.88; No. 29, $45.68; No. 30, $51.90; No. 31. $44; No. 32, $185.54; No. 33. $44; No. 34, $177; Nos. 35. 36. 38. 39. 40 and 41. $44 each; No. 42, $47.36; No. 44, $44; No. 45, $367; Nos. 48, 49, 50, 51, 53. 54. 55. 56 and 58, $44 each; 60. 59, $54.80; N...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 August 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. " VOLUME 30. [0 KNOCK JOHNSON Is the Hope of Mark Hdnna's Followers. [HO FEAR CLEVELAND'S MAYOR By Defeating "lim for Governor They Hope to Kill Him Politically Forever. •: s, 0., Aug. 21.—The Ohio r . ag arc planning to open their campaign in about three weeks. The a will mark an epoch in the bis ory of the Buckeye state. vcrj distinguished list of party leaders will be in attendance, and ations for the event are now ug on a large ccale. The hard wo ,■,, ol the republican state commit a v. devoted to the legislative >\ the campaign, for this is »•;...:•. tho thief trouble is expected. The li mocrats have not completed ; - •» for their campaign. It will be a, j ius one, however, and will mnienced as soon as the ticket :ed next week. As to the tick et tiieri is no longer much doubt be headed by Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland. John L. Zimmi of Springfield is the only n in mentioned in connection gubernatorial nomination ai nouncement last week by i Mr. John...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 August 1903

TALK NO i We are selling pianos to the most conservative purchasers in the city. There are good substantial rea sons for this that intending buy should thoroughly investigate. We are selling pianos almost daily to wealthy men in this city who want value received for their dollars expended and whose busi ness wisdom stands unquestioned. We sold three pianos to Whit man College recently which shows that the musically cultured of Walla Walla appreciate the high class quality of our instruments and likewise buy of us. 20 Per Cent Reduction On any make during remainder of this month. Now is Our Dull time and Your good time to buy. Terms to suit. MUSIC CO. 51 EAST fIAIN Four Doors Above the Bridge Good Wines are health-giving and invig orating. Try some of mv wines for your table. JAMES CASEY. WALLA WALLA MARKET REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. The selling quotations on the local market are: Sugar—Per 100 lbs., $6.10. Cheese—Per lb. 20c. Vegetables—New potatoes, per lb. %C Fruits —Oranges pe...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 August 1903

Reputation Abroad. . ii Muffs Nonpariel. H • .nilay. - -Dear Nonpariel: ; 9 He tra- I aMio business streets of great care nnd attention, , ioa of a belated two and a few hold-up 0 vrhen suddenly the -fl whispered, "wouldn't men with masks ,fl | ac< ; a tie across the trol fl B . lying in wait for the I : passengers." said the fl ' tl an air of deep thought, fl flag the car. Ha! An il., are taking the valuables Apt Physicians Recognize the remarkable tonic and construct- Jlt| ive qualities of rj|| mHEUSER-BUScjj j JflK|BjM WWw U ruAoi mark. V It is endorsed and prescribed by the PL IHSW Dest doctor:,. The ideal food-drink, invigorating, sustaining, NOT in- toxicating. It contains 14.60J genuine nutritive extract and less than 1% of alcohol. Sold by druggist . Prepared by I Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis, U. S. A. KEEP KOOL! KEEP KOOL! ij KEEP KOOL! HLECT»IC FANS AT COST I I — _ -_Zj^_ir^ii.^gagjSagi f__ , _ fkWINQ to the fact that we have an overstock of fans we will close...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 August 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... in advance m Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier lt> Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Saturday, partly cloudy and threatening. General John C. Black, the new commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, was a United States pension commissioner under Cleveland. J. Watermelon Reddington is now editor and proprietor of the Taeoma Weekly Sun. Through this medium bis wit and humor shine with all t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 August 1903

BRIEF 111 l NEWS Of TODAY j r .; clairvoyant is well and ab l, to give readings. ~.. q; in an ! wif..- of Starbuck are i -.: tbe Palace ioday. E. Hackett, a well-known i.i registered at the gtat< today. i w Bichford < I Milton, Oregon, „. ~. vVall9 Walla hospital receiv ng tr< atment. p r ofe c or Rvan and family have re ;;(,n - a pleasant sojourn at Big Meadows. a . vicClary late editor and man the Dayion Dispatch, is in the j tv mi business. viics Florenc* Weber, instructor of • g in the public schools, has re turn | from San Francisco. j E Houehens a prominent real estab dealer of Waitsburg. was in Walla Walla today or. business. \fr« C E Roosevelt of Pendleton in the city visiting her mother. Mrs. William Stine, in Birch street. E. L. Houghton, tiie real estate man today purchased of the Cash Cycle ■ ompany a 6-horse power automobile. A big stool sal'- was installed in the private office of Manager Kershaw of Th.- Coe Commission company today. Ed Hardwick. the jeweler h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 August 1903

The Best Ever JH And Ever the Best. B| B A CIGAR U Jn not ashamed of B if it be&rs d> baaid B iff with its H The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars ll Jsßff The Band is the Smoker's Protection Hfi COMEDIAN KENDALL Is ii Good Story Teller * Ami EiiiitoHiiiiiist. BXAIPLE OF II!S DROLL HUMOR This Famous Actor Is Expected To Visit Walla Walla During Titis Season. Arc the arts of the comedian ac quired, or is his faculty for fun-mak ing born in him? Is this strange pow er to amuse, the peculiar gift which is nndeniaby his. of causing people to laugh, and at will, by mere expres sion of the countenance, a movement of the body, perhaps, or more par ticularly still, by a happy faculty of verbal utterance—can these things be taught, or are they, perforce, inher ent, and only awaith opportunity, or demand, for development? Just before Ezra Kendall started on his long : imp to the Pacific coast, he played two «>r three engagements in certain eastern cities, in 'part for the purpose of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 August 1903

•~— Don't Hesitate ;- ? JB » _ 9 r - • V7'J-' :vJ %&$ , v • you are undecided where to '{ "■' hjlVe >' o '-'-r linen laundered to brine '• ••'*•'• !t ro the WALLA WALLA STEAM t ■ r LAUNDRY. You will always thank -* v- '\ '•' for this tip. a s you will he sure to » wj - r %')y - rea P unalloyed satisfaction in the ex- -* •'' " qu,elte manner in which we do up % />; r your shirts, collars and cuffs. No i . CJJF * v ~ ;(//> frayed edges, no broken buttonholes, • •*~'' but linen that is sent home in a per- % M .^••"•-r^v; v . 7 leot condition, with a color and finish % ' > on it that are unsurpassed. • ********* *** * ***** * ****«******--., *****»«r##***^ \UK N I? i will N - A i " JL\, i HARDEN Ut * lof ' mT*IHL 1 M ■ BAIJWJL <a BROSL, «m Who PublisMKe Work In Book Form. All —— —1 Rights Reserved - - (Continued.) CHAPTER XXIX. TjTIE mass mwrJng at Spring j town was a most important ovont . lt was hold in the •jj courthouse in the center of - ■ w straggling houses whi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 August 1903

> J. L. EL AM. I TO IEC/L.III LAM HI IRRIGATION Work cf Gecrge H. Maxwell, Chair man of Executive Committee of National Association. Seattle. —'if the principle of na tional irrigation for wihch the Nation al Irrigation Association contends, is established, the government should and undoubtedly would expend in the state of Washington alone, more than $25,000,000 in the next ten years, put ting under irrigation more than 1,000,- --000 acres of land in Eastern Washing ton," said George H. Maxwell, execu tive chairman of the irrigation asso ciation. Mr. Maxwell arrived in Seat tle to attend the sessions of the trans- Misstssippi congress, before which he has been invited to speak on "The Future of the Great Northwest." The National Irrigation association was organized at the session of the trans-Mississippi congress held in Wichita, Kan., four years ago. It is not to be connected with the National Irrigation congress. Both organiza tions work in perfect harmony. The congress is annu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 August 1903

• KlftOftet) Msgllflt VOLUME 30. BATTLESHIP LAUNCHED The Pennsylvania Slid Down the Ways. MS CHRISTENED BY MISS QUAY She Is a Formidable Fighting Machine Something Like the Brooklyn. Philadelphia, Pa„ Aug. 22.—1n the presence of one of the largest and most distinguished crowds that ever thronged Cramps* shipyard on a like occasion, the United States armored cruiser Pennsylvania was launched today. Miss Quay, daughter of Unit ed States Senator Quay, broke a bot tle of American champagne on the cruisers bow and said: "I christen thee, Pennsylvania." On the christening stand was a dis tinguished party, the conspicuous fig ures including Governor Pennypack er, Senator Quay and a number of oth er prominent representatives of the state from which the big cruiser takes Its name, Secretary of the Navy Moody and a delegation of naval officers from Washington, and many other in vited guests. It was a fete day at Kensington, as all such occasions are. Grouped about the wharves and dot ting the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 August 1903

TALK NO i We are selling pianos to the most conservative purchasers in the city. There are good substantial rea sons for this that intending buy should thoroughly investigate. We are selling pianos almost dally to wealthy men fn this city who want value received for their dollars expended and whose busi ness wisdom stands unquestioned. We sold three pianos to Whit man College recently which shows that the musically cultured of Walla Walla appreciate the high class quality of our instruments and likewise buy of us. 20 Per Cent Reduction On any make during remainder of this month. Now is Our Dull time and Your good time to buy. Terms to suit. DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. 51 EAST riAIN Four Doors Above the Bridge Good Wines are health-giving and invig orating. Try some of my wines for your table. JAMES CASEY. WALLA WALLA MARKETS REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. The selling quotations on the local market are: Sugar—Per 100 lbs., $6.10. Cheese —Per lb. 20c. Vegetables—New potatoes, per lb. %c ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 August 1903

Mrs. Laura S. Webb, Vice-President of Women's Democratic Clubs of Northern Ohio. 3f 11 I - T er » - C T 1 HERE ARE MANY the change of wbkh sickly women be- fast approaching. While . .1 . iting with a friend I noticed , tween the ages of m^mm M ]V f . „„. .«■ „ „ 7! ' . . x , b that she was talcing your 4o and 55, but there are Wine of Cardui, and she was very few invalids over 65 \ jjfe W so enthusiastic about it that I and CO years of age. The decided to try a bottle. lex change of life coniin" to *£SrroSjfiste P 5 ™ some relief fiwt . -vo r „,, r her fony - IfiJT A-iiXiaSSl fourth year, either makes Mrt . Laura s . menstruate with no pain and her an invalid or gives I ■■■■■ ■ I I shall take it off and on now her a new lease on lue. Those who until I have passed the climax. Ido not meet this change in ill health sel- j*"* l * n , ow ; f* ? « at * « 0 .... Wine of Cardui will be of great benefit dom live ten years afterward, while JTT a woman who lays aside the active duties of woma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 August 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St, Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... in advance * 6 Six months 3 M One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier — 15 Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER • NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight cloudy, tomorrow prob ably showery. The fire this morning again demon strated the urgent need of a gravity water system so that there may be abundant force and pessure in fight ing fires. If a big conflagration should break out in the heart of the business section dur ing the prevalence of a high wind, under pre...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 August 1903

Fifty Years Hit Standard BAKING POWDBt Awardid Highost Honors World's Fair Hightst Uttt U.S. Bov't ChtmlsU PRIOB BAKING POWDBB 00. CHICA-QO BRIEF LOCAL NEWS Of« H. L,. Goodwin of Pullman, is reg istered at the State today. D. E. George and wife of Milton, are the guests at the State today. J. F. Shelton of Joseph, Ore., is transacting business in Walla Walla today. Mrs. R. B. Caswell departed for Portland last night to visit for ten days. Born, in Walla Walla August 21, to Mr. and Mrs. Benny Wendt, a daugh ter. George Hubbard, an old time resi dent of Columbia county, is in the city today from Dayton Rev. W. E. Armfield, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church of Athe na, is in the city today. Mrs. Ellen Fox has arrived from Portland to spend a month at the home of her sister, Mrs. Walter Lin genfelder, 605 East Alder street. Dr. George E. Barnett and W. F. Crowe returned yesterday from a month's trip to Chelan, where the Mary Green mine owned by Walla Walla parties was inspected. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 August 1903

SMOKE^IWJ I OP AND GET RICH I TLbery smoker of 'Recruit 5 c I I cigars has an opportunity to M I share in the cash offer I of $142,500. I ZLskthe I dealer 1 \ Save I I \ the Bands I jfl Two bands from Recruit Cigars are equal to Era one tag from Star Tobacco in securing presents. mm GOSSIP OF GOTHAM Multitudes Are Witness ing Yacht Races. HAVE A FINE DRESS SHOW Worth and Many Parisians Will Have Patterns On Exhibition— Fall Races. New York, Aug. 22.—Naturally pop. ular interest this week has been ab sorbed in the yacht races. It would be unpatriotic to say that the contest ing boats are not responsible for the multitudes that have sailed to Sandy Hook every day since Thursday on .Severy available excursion craft, yet it is true that many spectators have gone down thfe bay as much to see the sights as to witness the races be tween Reliance and Shamrock 111. The titled visitors from Europe and society people from various parts of the United States have attracted un usual attention. Th...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 August 1903

Don,t Hesitate ' hi! en you are where to ?r * c *2 Ur llnen Sundered to bring a Upv WA v LLA WALLA STEAM hMM Y> , You wiH alwa >'* thank :7* fy fWmT s or this tj P. »s you will be sure to :>ap unall °>'ed satisfaction in the ex- quielte manner in which we do up • Mr r • r our shirts, collars and cuffs. No l \ ? e f edges> no broken buttonholes, » Jf lmen that Is sent home in a per- ■condition, with a color and finish c 0n v that are unsurpassed. ABNER * Who FobtisKUM Work In Book Form. Ad ' ——————J BJsbU Hesenred • - (Continued.) he began, "ana laoies,** he added, with a bow to the fight and left. "As many of you know, I pre tend to practice law a little, and I want to say now that I'm glad Mr. Bartell ain't in tbe profession. A lawyer with h s keen wit and eloquence could con vict an innocent mother before a jury of her own children. [Laughter.] And that's the point, gentlemen. We are innocent of thc> charges against us. I am speaking now of my clients, the liisho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 August 1903

Solicits Business. Call a fid see us. J. L. ELAM. GERMAN WAR VETERANS Terre Haute, Ind., Aug. 22.—The streets of Terre Haute are gayly sarbe-fl with the intertwined colors of Germany and the United States in honor of the members of the Kreiger-Verein or society of German war veterans, wb:/sc apn'ual national encampment ssfM be in progress here during the next four days. The society has a large membership in WSsconsin, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania and numerous states, and railroad officials estimate that fully 10,000 visitors will be here l>y nightfall. Today was given over entirely to the reception of the dele gates. Tomorrow forenoon there will "be a monster parade, followed by an outdoor demonstration and speech making at the fair grounds. The Ger man residents of Terre Haute and vi cinity have made elaborate plans for the entertanment of the members of the society during their four days* stay in the city. "Lemme once git my ban' on de chicken, wid a straight road befo' me," say...

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