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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 April 1903

proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: At 10 o'clock a. m. on the 16th day of May, A. D. 1903, before the Court House door of said King County, in the State of Washington, all of the right title and interest of the said defendants in md to the fellowlng described prop erty, situated in King County, State of Washington, to-wit: Against the west 75 feet of lot three in the sum of $59.50; against the west 75 feet of south half of lot two, in tne sum of $35.70; all in block six. Lake Dell Addition to Seattle, levied on as the property of defendants to satisfy a judgment amounting to one hundred sixty-six and 45-100 dollars, and costs of suit, in favor of the plaintiff. Dated this Bth day of April, 1903. ED. CUDIHEE, Sheriff. By WM. CORCORAN, Deputy. First publication April 10, 1903. Last publication May 8, 1903. NOTICE. SHERIFFS SALE OF REAL ESTATE STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of King.—ss. Sheriff'...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 April 1903

PERSONAL Mr. Austin Anderson, as head waiter of the Knickerbocker, is a great suc cess. Messrs. Tutt and Gayton have moved their barber shop across the street directly opposite their old stand. Mrs. S. S. Freeman is visiting friends in Portland and will be away some few days. Rev. J. Gordon McPherson lectured en last Thursday evening before the Nor.-Danish M. E. Church and W. H. Taylor sung a few choice selections. Mr. S. A. Flanklin, of Newcastle, attended to business in the city last Saturday. "Newcastle has plenty of work for all that will come, and steady work at that." Rev. Francis J. Davidson will preach at the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church at 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon, and at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in the evening at 7.30 o'clock. Miss Ida Hill, who is now regularly employed in the assessor's office, is said to be one of the most efficient clerks in the office. The colored race can well feel proud of such young la dies as she. " Miss Mable Johnson, sister of Mrs. S. A. ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 May 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. I.X, NO. 47 I - ' **" f '■' -.'■ I HON. SAM G. COSGROVE, Prominently spoken of as the next Republican guberna torial candidate. POLITICAL. Speaking about Senator Foster and State Senator Ed. Ham ilton, it is claimed by one that onght to know whereof he speaks that Hamilton has not agreed to support Senator Foster, but has agreed to let matters kinder drift along on the survival of the fittest order. That is to say, if Senator Foster is able to swing the county in his favor, why, Hamilton will not oppose him, but on the other hand, it Foster cannot man age the gang, and they insist on supporting Hamilton whether or not. then Foster is to pacifically resign himself to his fate and do what he can to pull Hamilton through at the legisla ture. The politicians aie not much stuck on Foster, and unless Hamilton becomes agressive, both he and Foster stand a good show nt losing the county, that is so far as defeating Cushman and Mcßride. Hamilton and his friends pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 May 1903

Afro-American Observations Carnegie Recognizes Tuskegee. The ability to endow schools of learning with large sums. of money is not possessed by every man; the willingness to do so is lacking in many who are able, but when we find the two combined, and see large sums given to worthy insti tutions, we doff our hats and give well merited applause. A case in point is the recent gift of Andrew Carnegie of $600,000 to the Tuakegee Institute, that great school for colored people Instituted and maintained by that remarkable man, Booker T. Washington. In doing so Mr. Carnegie pays a compliment to Mr. Washington* ability and genius that words fail to re cord. It is a great thing to amass a fortune such as Mr. Car negie is so lavishly, but wisely, distributing, but there are hundreds of captains of industry amassing such fortunes. It is a noble thing for a man, having such a fortune, to so generously distribute it where it is so much needed and will so abundantly bless and help his fellow man;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 May 1903

Tales of the Town The Yaw garbage franchise finally slipped through the city council like it was greased. Yaw: dot ish sho. The newspapers of Seattle have the satisfaction of knowing that they saved the citizens one-half on garbage disposal expense, since Mr. Yaw was Forced to cut his proposition from 50 cents to 25 cents per cubic ton. The Seattle General Hospital will open a training school for nurses, and will erect an addition to the building. Business men are complaining that the paved district has not been cleared of objectionable places, as was promised, and that some places closed lor a time are being opened again. Now that the council have decided to regrade Second avenue from Pike street to Denny way at a cost of $1411,000. pave First avenue south at a cost of $1011.1100, and paving on Broadway and Union to cost $125,000, it is clearly evident that there will be something doing in Seattle this summer. The facts are. however, that these are but a tithe of the public and pri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 May 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *2.00 Bix Months 1-00 Three Months *>0 entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bon» Fide Circulation 2,500 This is May Day. Governor Richards of Wyoming died at his home in Cheyenne on Tuesday from kidney troubles. \V. R. Hearst, the father of yellow journalism, has taken to himself a Wiie. Now look out tor the yellow kid. Time is slipping along and June is only a month away, when the new gambling law goes into effect. What then? President Roosevelt is again on the move, and it requires all his strenu ousness to meet the demands made upon his time. There seems to be some difference of opinion as to just what a trust is, but a true understanding of the anti trust law seems to have been ar rived at. As a peace disturber in the ranks of the modern Democrat party, W. J. Bryan is an unbounded success, and no Republican cares to hamper h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 May 1903

ITEMS OF INTEREST Andrew Carnegie has offered the, Holland government $1,500,000 for the erection oi a building for The Hague court of arbitration. * * ■ The Chamber of Commerce of Bir mingham, England, is opposed to that country making an exhibit at the St. Louis fair. * * • The government will construct a modern equipped hospital and recup eration station in the mountains of the Philippines, 3.000 feet above the sea level. * * * Mallard city council has leased its municipal lighting plant to a private concern for fifty years. The Ballard Electric Company is the lessee. This company also maintains the city pumping station. • • • The United States is adding to the Philippines possession by the discov ery of heretofore unknown islands. There are so many of these dots of land in the archipelago that a few more or less will make but little dif- ■ ierence. * * * Russia, with her customary greed.. is proposing to steal the Province of; Manchuria from China to increase her extensive holdi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 May 1903

NORTHWEST NOTES. | There is a great demand for farm hands in Spokane, and in fact all kinds of labor. In the wheat region, farmers are offering thirty-five dollars a month and board for good help. And yet, there are thousands of young fellows who complain of lack of re munerative employment in overcrowd ed cities. It is queer that, a man should prefer to work at from $1.50 to $2.00 in unsanitary factories, work shops or offices, where he will never amount to much, if anything, and where prospects of acquiring a com petency are small, when he can get healthy employment, the nobility of which is as old as mankind, at good wages, and with promises of being his own master within a few years. There would, no doubt, be a god deal more of social contentment and progress, and less of crime, suicide and disor der, if our young men were, instead of hurrying to the nerve-racking and ambition-killing centers of population, "to take to the woods" and live as they live, amid normal, natural sur r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 May 1903

proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law foi Sheriff's sales to-wit: At 10 o'clock a. m. on the 16th day of May, A. D. 1903, before the Court House door of said King County, in the State of Washington, all of the right. title and interest of the said defendants in nut to the fellowing described prop erly, situated in King County, State of Washington, to-wit: Against the west 75 feet of lot three in the sum of $59.50; against the west 75 feet of south half of lot two, in the sum of $35.70; all in block six. Lake Dell Addition to Seattle, levied on as the property of defendants to satisfy a judgment amounting to one hundred sixty-six and 45-10(1 dollars, and costs Of suit, in favor of the plaintiff. Dated this Bth day of April, 1903. ED. CUDIHEE, Sheriff. By WM. CORCORAN, Deputy. I'iiMt publication April 10, 1903. Last publication May 8, 1903. NOTICE. SHERIFF'S BALE OF REAL ESTATE. STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of King.—ss. She...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 May 1903

PERSONAL State Auditor John I). Atkinson spent a couple of days in the city this week. Mr. Angelo Jennings, brother or Mr. Gayton. has returned to Fargo, hla old home. Mr. Joseph Bennett is looking foi three pleasant housekeeping rooms with a quiet family. Quite a tew Seattleites attended th<: ball in Tacoma this week and report a most delightful time. Mrs. E. Bramlett. of Denver, Colo., arrived in the city last Friday and is the guest of Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Mr. Jos. L. Graves, one ot the finest caterers in the Northwest, will open the Dolphin Cafe and Grill Room. 1206 First Avenue, in a few days. A number of prominent Afro-Ameri cans met at the office of A. R. Black last Wednesday evening for the pur pose of organizing an investment com pany. Mrs. W. H. Taylor sang last Wed nesday evening before a select audi ence at the Seattle Conservatory of Music. Mrs. Taylor easily captures her many hearers with her sweet con tralto voice. There was much favor able comment upon her voice. Mrs,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 May 1903

b"^ / \ r~"^ I^l i"^ i^ n» IL / \ VOL. I.X, NO. 48 POLITICAL POTPIE Whether the next man elected by the legislature to repre sent the state of Washington in the United States senate will claim King or Pierce county as his residence is causing much speculation among the business men and the poli ticians in both King and Pierce. The feeling not only ex ists in these two counties, but it has likewise extended to those counties of the state that look either to the one or the other for political succor. Viewing the situation from a non-preju dice standpoint King county has as much right to the position as Pierce county and vice versa. Geographically considering the situation, its of little consequence to the balance of the state as to which of these two counties the next senator comes from. He is due from Western Washington and its up to the longest pole to knock the persimmon. Looking at it, however, in the spirit of political fairness, one would naturally say, in as much as Tacoma has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 May 1903

Religious Observations Sonic idea of the fruits of foreign missions In India may be gathered from the results of a seven days trip in the (Jujatat district by Bishop Thoburn of the M. E. church, during his recent visit to that country. During the seven days trip, much of the time being spent in traveling from place to place. be baptized and received Into church communion IT 17 per sons. Two years ago, in the same district, there were over six thousand baptized and many more desired it who could not be reached by ordained ministers. * * * Dissatisfaction is loudly expressed on the part of church men in England with the persistence of parliament in Inter fering with the internal management of the established church, especially as many members of parliament are sec tarians and unbelievers. The tendency is a growing sentiment towards a disestablishment of the church. The work which Atlanta (Ga.) University has been doing for the Negro for thirty-four years is well set forth in a pamphle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 May 1903

Tales of the Town The uiwn ol Auburn says "me too" when it conies to a race for the new county seat of King county. The U. S. Federal Court will be opened in this city tomor row, the eleventh inst., by Judge Hanford, after an extended session in Spokane. That old animal at the city jail has been at it gaain—abus ing sick and helpless women. Such cowardly whelps ought to be forced to live with wolves and hyenas. Mike Doogen's letters grow better every week and you are missing a rare treat if you do not order The Seattle Repub lican to your address that you can read them every week. Now that H. H. Dearborn, the tide-land king, has returned from his annual winter vacation in Southern California, something will soon be doing among the tide land dealers. Assaulting young girls of tender years is of common occur rence in Seattle here of late and yet all of them who have been arrested for it but one negro is to be found. Evidently some black brutes wear white skins. Roosevelt is my kind of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 May 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May. 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Stx Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 There is no nation on earth that desires peace more than does Russia, and it will have it, too. if other nations will let it have its own way. A Texas town took exceptions to Gen. Fred Grant's statement wherein lie said that said town was "A patch of hell." Perhaps it wants people to think it is the whole thing. it is all right to say that strawber ries have a tendency to cause suicide so long as tiny cannot be had for less than 25 cents a box, but let them get down to a nickle a box and everybody cats suicide medicine. There is at least one thing upon which all factions of the once Demo cratic party are agreed, and that is that they must have an issue, without that there seems to be but little use to make nominations. One thing i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 May 1903

* CURRENT COMMENT * New York for Roosevelt. Senator Platt, the boss politician who was largely respon sible for the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt for the vice presidency, with a view, so it is claimed, of shelving him for further political favors, and while still no lover of the stren uous president, is too astute a politician not to see and accept the inevitable. He states that he now thinks Mr. Roosevelt will be nominated and elected to succeed himself. This means that the politicians of the Empire State will interpose no objection. It also means that New York will be taken from the doubtful list and be safely Republican. The powerful money interests may. and no doubt will, oppose him. but with out the assistance of the political "machine" that can accom plish little or nothing. * * * Large Wheat Crop Promised. Indications point to unusually heavy crops, as a whole, in 1903. While it is too early to any more than approximate the yield, yet taking the favorable reports from the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 May 1903

NORTHWEST NOTES. I There is a great demand tor farm hands in Spokane, and in fact all kinds of labor. In the wheat region, fanners are offering thirty-five dollars a month and board for good help. And yet, there are thousands of young fellows who complain of lack of re munerative employment in overcrowd ed cities. It is queer that a man should prefer to work at from $1.50 to $2.00 in unsanitary factories, work shops or offices, where he will never amount to much, if anything, and where prospects of acquiring a com petency are small, when he can get healthy employment, the nobility of which is as old as mankind, at good wages, and with promises of being his own master within a few years. There would, no doubt, be a god deal more of social contentment and progress, and less of crime, suicide and disor der, if our young men were, instead of hurrying to the nerve-racking and ambition-killing centers of population, "to take to the woods" and live as they live, amid normal, natural sur ro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 May 1903

proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for rash, within the hours prescribed by law foi Sheriff's sales, to-wit: At 10 o'clock a. in. on the lGth day fl .May, A. D. 1903. before the Court House door of laid King County, in the State of Washington, all of the right title and interest of the said defendants in md to the fellowins described prop erty, situated in King County, State of Washington, to-wit: Against the west 7.~> feet of lot three in ihe sum of $59.50; against the west 76 feet of south half of lot two, in the sum of $P,r>.7u: all in block six, Lake Dell Addition to Seattle, levied on as (he property of defendants to satisfy a Judgment amounting to one hundred sixty-six and 45-100 dollars, and costs of suit, in favor of the plaintiff. Dated this Bth day of April, 1903. ED. CLDIHKE, Sheriff. By WM. CORCORAN, Deputy. l-'iist publication April 10. 1303. Last publication .May S, 1903. NOTICE. SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL KBTATB STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of Ki...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 May 1903

..We Like To.. j ! ' ' : interest you in fyi~iwTi\\ , \ buying this VP^'I^ J ; /: furniture. You jC"kW/l'f/ ill Se t RO much H?^' i ' 1/ ,| for your money Vv' '7 ___-li —OjI_)j^ an( ] you connot Jp'-'*?k \l j 4 a piece in yaur I J « '\ Quits a pretty little mlcl obalr pat- bright, odd ohair of clever design, tern, of finest quMWred oak, high- of flneit quartered oak: very odd lv iiolisht'tl; also in wuiit hereil oak; ... in,!, s,,ind:, I rarved panel panel back; highly polished; «,lld back: solid »e«t another sngges- seat—a splendid chair. The price don from the filth Boor displny, i S Priced at $5.50 $6'00 Standard Furniture Co. L. Schoenfeld & Sons W12-1O18 First Avenue TACOMA SEATTLE WHATCOM PERSONAL Mr. Reams and his colored crew have given up the dining room at the Hotel Cecil. Mrs. Williams of Butte, Mont., is visiting with Mrs. Combs and will re main in the city for a few days. Mr. Thomas Woods will give up his position as head waiter at the Rainier- Grand and will accept...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 May 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. I.X, NO. 49 POLITICAL POTPIE If the patience of the public is not being taxed be yond human endurance when the Board of Public Works of this city threatens to close up Dr. De Soto's Wayside Hospital, which has been maintained from the very outset as an institution purely for sweet char ity and at an enormous loss to its benefactor every month, and give the street over to the Pacific Coast company, a rich and heartless corporation, then this paper misses its guess. Dr. De Soto makes a proposi tion to erect an eighty thousand dollar hospital, equip it with forty thousand dollars worth of hospital para phernalia and at the expiration of thirty-five years turn the whole over to the city without cost. This he does irrespective of the fact that not one in one hundred of his patients are ever able to pay one cent toward their maintenance while being treated, but "with the public be damned" the city authorities turn a deaf ear to the proposition and in one fell s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 May 1903

Afro-American Observations Do Not Want Uncle Tom. 11 lias been decided to exclude "Uncle Tom's Cabin" from the libraries of the New York schools. The grounds for so doing being that its day of usefulness is past, and that to retain it longer in school libraries only tends to excite bad feelings between the North and South. If the South, or the United States for that matter, once tolerated an institution which the read ing of now makes ashamed, more is the pity, but that the state of affairs described in Uncle Tom's Cabin really existed. It is written in unerasable history and can never be set aside any more so than can the "Dred Scott Decision," the John Brown raid, and other single occurrences, which taken collectively caused our great civil war. Learning the National Air. Some claim that there is a lack of Americanism in Americans. That they solidly sit through the "Star Spangled Banner," even though it be played standing by Sousa or the Kilties. While Englishmen or Ger mans rise ...

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