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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 December 1903

NOTICE OF SUMMONS. No. 40695. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for King County. J W. Brown, plaintiff, vs. John 1.,. Miles and Mrs. John L. Miles, his wife, if any, and L. A. Gassaway, and all per sons unknown, if any, having or claim ing an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter described real property, de tendants. T „,,__ State of Washington to John L. Miles and Mrs. John L. Miles, his wife, if any, and L.. A. Gassaway, who are the owners •"reputed owners of, and all persons &3b ffwvarssussrs "'y^^ea^Wou are hereby noti fled that the above named plaintiff J. W. Brown, is the holder of three certain de linquent tax certificates, numbered as hereinafter stated .issued by the County Treasurer of King County, State of Washington, embracing the following real property situated in said King County, Washington, and more particu larly described as follows, to-wit: Delinquent tax certificate No. 81961-, lot 7, block 45, Salmon Bay Park Addi tion to City of Seattl...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 December 1903

The Clothe* Make the Man. I property for the hums and amounts du\3 _ , , I upon and charged against each, includ (Cleveland Plain Dealer.) | ing «osts, ordering a sale of each parcel "Why Tune that fellow Smithers la of 3ald Property tor the satisfaction of wny, jane, mat ienow omuuers is tne gums charged and found against It one of the homliest cubs I ever laid respectively as provided by law, and as „ | prayed In plaintiff's complaint now on eyes on. . file in this cause and court. "Ah hut hps limt Tnaenlflcent in his SUSAN PERRT, Plaintiff. An, out ne s just magninceni in nis w T SCOTT, Prosecuting Attorney, and football Clothes." | JOHN C. MURPHY, Deputy Attorney Office address 501 and SOS Marion block, Seattle, Wash. First publication, dated September 18, 1903. No man is really bright who shines for himself alone. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 27, 1903. To the Public: Harry Miller of the firm of Sledge & Miller has bought all of the Interest of Lawrence S...

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

Passing Events Aggressive Negroes. The Democratic attitude on the Negro question is, first, the Negro is so inferior to the white man that he should not have the right to vote; and second, the Negro is making such progress that the whites are threatened with Negro domination. In this connection it is interesting to know that while forty years ago no Negro in the South owned a foot of ground, them are now 130,000 farms valued at $350,000,000 and owned by Negroes; besides this, 150,000 homes valued at $265,000,000 and personal property worth about $265, --000,000. After the war not one per cent of the adult Negroes could read or write; today forty per cent can do so. Fifty per cent of the children are attending school and more could do so if there were facilities. There are 800 colored physicians, 300 lawyers and 30, --000 school teachers. The colored people own and pub lish 450 newspapers and magazines. In view of the handicaps under which they started and the limited opportunities t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 December 1903

Uhe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 27 POLITICAL POT-PIE George Piper, the erstwhile Republican boss of Se attle, has succeeded in getting himself into very bad odor with the King County Young Men's Republican club, as a result of which the club will, in all probabil ity, be used in the future over the figurative head of his late highness. Butting in was the cause of George's downfall. It came about in this wise: For several weeks the leaders of that faction of the Republican party in King county, which faithfully followed Harold Preston to defeat at Olynipia last winter, has been cast ing its eyes about for a suitable man to put up as a condidate for the Republican nomination for mayor. Up to the present time the party in King county has appeared to be pretty thoroughly in the hands of the Van de Vanter tribe, and the late followers of Preston had begun to fear that it would be necessary for them to hold their noses while they voted at the approaching city election, provided they de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 December 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Edltor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *2™ Six Months 10° Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2.500 Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. If other evidence was wanting that Christmas is fast approaching, the shop windows alone would remind the "bulldog" of the family purse that it is time to open both his purse and his heart, for "Christmas comes but once a year and when it does it (should) bring(s) good cheer." In the South, where Negro peonage exists in spite of the Thirteenth Amendment, it is a dangerous thing for an officer of the law to take cog nizance of its violation. If one makes such a mistake his friends (?) are so solicitous as to his health that he is urged to vacate to a more healthful climate, or be vacated. It does not seem healthy for a man to run for office in Everett, if he is suspected of a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 December 1903

WESLEY L. JONES Congressman-at-Large, Washington. "You ask for my view of what should be done or attempted to cor rect 'an obvious and confused injus tice' arising from the attempted dis- franchisement of Negroes in certain states, and you quote from the declara tions in the Republican platforms of lowa and Ohio. You ask: 'Ought Congress to exercise the powers con ferred upon it by the Fourteenth Amendment?' and 'Should the Com mittee on Elections in the House in quire into the conditions of suffrage lying behind certificates of election?' "As an abstract question purely I ■would answer both of these inquiries in the affirmative. One of the most serious crimes in a republic is the crime against the ballot. Where that crime is committed and encouraged and openly advocated in a large sec tion of the country and by the best people of such section it assumes a still more serious aspect, not only in its effects, but also in the difficulty of remedy. Nor must we judge too harshly, but we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 December 1903

ROOSEVELT THE MAN A special dispatch from Washington to the Chicago Tribune touching the electoral vote under the new appor tionment law gives encouraging and interesting word to the Republicans. The dispatch says: It is worth while sitting down with a lead pencil to figure out how strong the chances are in favor of the elec tion of President Roosevelt to succeed himself. Under the most liberal basis of computation it seems scarcely pos sible, unless the conditions change greatly, for the Democrats to win. The list of sure Republican States has been growing constantly ever since the re tirement from the White House of Grover Cleveland. The. list of sure Democratic States has remained pain fully normal, being confined absolute ly to those in the South and the South ern border. The doubtful States are comparatively few in number, and with the exception of New York are not vastly important to th 6 calculations of either side. The election of 1904 will be the first Presidential race hel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 December 1903

U/>e SEATTLE REPUBLICAN . VOL. X. NO. 28 . POLITICAL POT-PIE "I am thoroughly convinced," said a prominent Re publican from Eastern Washington one day this week, "that no man nominated for governor on the Repub lican ticket by defeating Governor Mcßride in the next convention will be able to carry a single county in that section of the state at the polls at the next general elec tion. Eastern Washington is almost unanimous for a railroad commission, and while they have no inclina tions to do the hero-worship act to the governor yet they are enthusiastically for Mcßride simply because he has made some effort along that line, and no one else has. Eastern Washington has no candidate for governor hailing from that immediate section, but, as said above, a practically united delegation from every county of Eastern Washington will come to the next state convention for Henry Mcßride. "Since traveling up and down the Sound," he con tinued, "I am thoroughly convinced, however, that the gov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 December 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Established May, 1894. H. R.C.yfn '' Edlt°r Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. °neYear *IZ Six Months 60 Three Months at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mall Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2lßo° Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. It is reported that there are to be two hundred and forty national con vention meetings in St. Louis next year during the time of the Exposition. If the true number is only one half that the conclusion of the National Republican Central Committee to have the 1904 convention in Chicago was wise. There seems no sufficient rea son why St. Louis should be killed with kindness. " As'the" Secretary "of the" Treasury has recommended that the headquar ters for the Puget Sound customs dis trict be removed from Port Townsend, the efforts of Congressman Humphrey to secure its location in Seattle is cer tainly along the line of his duty, and it is to be hoped he will be successful. For the convenie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 December 1903

THE BETTER WAY. She is not sent away, but only sent before; like unto a star, which, going out of our sight, doth not die and van ish, but shineth in another hemis phere; ye see her not, yet she doth shine in another country.—Samuel Rutherford. Look backward! From thy lofty height survey Thy years of toil, of peaceful vic tories won, Of dreams made real, largest hopes outrun! Look forward! Brighter than earth's morning ray Streams the pure light of heaven's unsetting sun! —Lowell. "He is with me, though I cannot see Him: He knows my trouble, Though 1 cannot speak to Him face to face, He is trying me; and because it is He, I shall not be consumed, But shall come forth as gold." To hear always, to think always, to learn always, it is thus that we live truly. He who aspires to nothing, who learns nothing, is not worthy of living.—Helps. I hope that I shall always possess firmness and virtue enough to main tain what I consider the most envia ble of all titles, the character of an "hones...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 December 1903

Tales of the Town Things have been lively at the State University during the week. The Freshmen have been very "fresh" in their actions towards the Sophomores. Whatever the provocation may have been, binding fellow students hand and foot and throwing them into the lake is nothing less than criminal. Even the throwing of them in, unfettered, is wholly inexcusable and unmanly, but such acts as have been reported should not be overlooked ,and the faculty owe it to the state and their own reputation that the offenders be properly dealt with. If they refuse or neglect to act it is the duty of the courts to move in the matter. Fun is all right, but the State University is supposed to be maintained for the de velopment of the rising generation, morally as well as intellectually .Such actions will militate against the in stitution. Judge Cann's justice court has been the center of a farce comedy during the week, that in effect has been a tragedy—if the daily police bulletins are to be relie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 December 1903

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 December 1903

VOL. X. NO. 28. The Seattle Republican Established 1894 H. R.. CAYTON, Editor SUSIE REVELS CAYTON. Associate DECEMBER 25, 1903 In presenting the public with this brief booklet as a souvenir of Greater Seattle it is a pleasure to the management to in the outset state that it con tains matter and faces that your children's children will be proud to read and see. The brief review of Hon. A. A. Denny, the father of Seattle, of a few of the pioneers, who were his colleagues in laying the foundation for this great city; of the Greater Seattle builders, who are bringing millions for investment to Seattle; of the busy bankers, who furnish the exchange which gives Seattle her standing in the financial world; of the bustling business men who send their agents in every direction to bring investors to the marts of the city; of the army of attorneys, who look after the legal phases in the city's race for greatness; of the careful and diligent city and county officials, who are ever on the alert ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 December 1903

2 Prominent Seattle Pioneers HON. ARTHUR A. DENNY. There is no such thing as chance in this world, in the accomplishment of great things, and while men oftimes build better than they know, be cause of their limitations, yet in the inception of plans that afterwards attain to large proportions there is well defined ideas in the mind of the instigator. Thus the city of Seattle is in no sense of a chance growth. The leader of a small company of people, the first to settle on the shores of Elliott Bay, was Arthur Armstrong Denny, the father of Seattle. Just fifty-two years ago the little company of emigrants, who had toiled all the summer to cross the mountains and deserts that divides this from the homeland of friends and kindred, sought shelter and a haven where now stands Seattle, the "Queen City." After providing shelter for his loved ones, A. A. Denny looked about him, and standing here on the banks of the Ameri can Mediterranean, his natural eye looking out upon its broad expanse,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 December 1903

i I REV. DANIEL BAGLEY. mfl afl M^^^^Jttßß#^x>4Bßßi^Bl ■H^BPw* VMy .BB~——B ML. H--J R-rl W'M ft'-B Bi^fl |>An I—l Ifl| -fi m.m wfcM iuji Kil 1«M B* Jl HON. A. A. DENNY. i ) REV. G. F. WHITWORTH Jft .*„■ iifl H|t if , i!M If 1 J i PIONEER ASSOCIATION, JUNE, 1903 ROBERT ABRAMS L. W. BONNEY J. M. COLMAN

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 December 1903

4 HON. JOHN H. McGBAW. Among the many successful men in Seattle it has been given to but few to attain to the varied successes that have come to ex-Governor John H. McGraw. Twenty-six years ago he cast his chances in Seattle and today, after many, successes and a few reverses, he is one of the substantial business men of the city. From a member of the police force he rose rapidly through various stages to sheriff of the county, which office he held for more than three terms, and was sheriff during the anti-Chinese riot of 1885, at which time he made an enviable record. Following this he engaged in law practice and then in banking, being for some years president of the First National. In 1892 he was the candidate of the Republican party for governor of the state, was elected by a good majority and served the state honorably and well, leaving a clean record of honesty and business methods. Following the discovery of gold in the Klondike, he spent a year in Alaska and secured holdings ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 December 1903

HON. JOHN H. McGRAW J. W. McCONNOUGHEY OWNED BY /^Vi^MMKWI -A JAMES A.MOORE. *• " '' lllrfftlhl MANAGED BY ii«miiiiji~»^-4 . : de l.harbaugh. Easi from"* •'■'* r , g i 4i^S g_ ~ 1/1/ O F* IM ismm^^^^r r Jr^>';>» -SPLENDIDLY APPOINTED • ELEGANT SERVICE-NOTED CHEF • ;"~ Loo*'" 9 H** THE SEATTLE KEPTTBLICAN. \ £ JOHN LBARY «PBk Mb L. B. ANDREWS WILLIAM PIGOTT F. K. STRUVE 5

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 December 1903

fi Greater Seattle Business Men JAMES A. MOORE. A hardy son of Nova Scotia is the subject of this sketch. While not han dicapped by poverty at the beginning of his career, neither did the more for tunate condition of his parents act as a hindrance to the bringing forth of those qualities essential to a successful business life. After several years' business experience in his native land he sought the wide field of the great West, and here in Seattle since 1886 he has been a potent factor in the up building, enlarging and beautifying of the "Queen City," which is the more queenly because of his investments and work herein. His business efforts have been along the line of real estate investments; in the purchase and improvement of property, both in platted additions and the erection of hand some business blocks, the more worthy of which are the Lincoln flats, the Lumber Exchange and the Arcade block, and in completing, equipping and opening to the public the Washington hotel. James A....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 December 1903

J. W. CL.ISB. SHERWOOD GILLESPY. .^Hfe Bfct ■I • *M I m■ MI J. M. FKINK THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN. J. A. MOORE. HARRY WATSON. JOHN L. WILSON. 1 Hi'v \ A. B. STEWART. J. E. McMANUS. Im?^m H. L. SIZBR. WILL B. HUMPHREY. 4«4H JACOB FURTH. Mm oA. J. R. KINNBAR. 7

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 December 1903

8 Leading Bankers of DEXTER HORTON. America might truly be said to be the home of the "self-made" man in the plural number, so many are they who from poverty, with naught to assist them but their hands, genius and will power, have attained to posi tion and wealth. Their name is legion, and people are oft inclined to feel that contempt for such that is bred of familiarity, yet ever and anon one stands out beyond and above his fellows even as the evening star shines above one in the milky way. Seattle is not wanting in "evening stars" among her pioneers, and we detract nothing from any of these in placing the name of Dexter Horton at the head of the list of Seattle's illustrious self-made men. Born in New York state in 1825, his has been a life of hard work, but now at near the four score mark, he is enjoying the fruits of a well spent and successful career. Arriving in Seattle fifty years ago, just after the birth and christening of the child of the genius and forethought. of the Hon...

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