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Reach out toward nun and sea; The bud fhat keeps straight upward I< that which makes the tree. THE REFORMERS DAWN. Ellensburgh, Wash. Nov. 1893. Vol. 1. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. R. A. TURNER EDITOR. ECONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE* From Club-raisers 2 Cream—Not Skim Milk 2 A Political Blunder 8 Soul and Body For Sale 4 Consoling Remarks 4 We Have a Gold Standard. . 5 Senate Vote on Repeal Bill. . 5 Greeting 6 Editorial Notes 7 Dawn's News and Notes. ... 8 Home Doctor 8 Poetry—Twin Ballots 9 Advertisements 10- Foster's Weather Notes 11 Advertisements 12 "Get up a club for Dawn. Address all Communications to THE DAWN. Box 674. Ellensburgh, Wash. For the future in the distance, For the cause that, needs assist ance, For the wrongs that lacks resistance, And the good that we can do. 25 CENTS PER YEAR. MARY E. HOB ART will speak at the following towns on her return to the Sound: Pasco, Nov. 27th. North Yakima, Nov. 28th. Ellensburgh, at 7:30 Nov. 29th. Roslyn, Nov. 30th. South Prairie, Dec. Ist. Wilkerson, Dec. 2nd. Carbondale, Dec. 3rd- RADER AND KNOX will address the people at Ellens burgh on Saturday, Nov. 25th at 1 and 7:30 p. m. Everybody come! Democrats and Republicans, come out and hear the issues dis cussed in a plain truthful manner. No. 1.