ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Dawn, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 537 items from Dawn, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
537 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 March 1897

Kip ins Tabnleacore liver trouble*. Ripans Tabules euro eoustipasion. In .lontleo Court, Ellensburg precinct, Eittlta* eonnty, Washington. John l.yon, Plaintiff, ) VS. > S'nr.jmon*. ,». M. Hurley, Defendant I Plate of Washington Iss County of Kittitas. ( The BUte of Washington, to J. M. Hurloy defendant In the nanu of the Mate of Washington, you are hereby notified tbat Johu Lyon baa filed a complaint against you In tbe above named court, which will coma •n to be beard on the »J day of March ItsOT, at my office in Ellensburg, Kittitas county,! W»*hini£tou, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. and utiloss you appear and then and there answar, the saute will ho taken -<s confe<seJ, and the demand of the plaintiff granted. Tbe object end dunmnd of said claim Is for good* sold to defendant by ylaintlff at bis request nmountlng to $47.50 no part of which bos been paid. For good> and tner- | •bandlse sold and dultvi r.-d to defendant by % W. Ferrell at defendant's nsjues amounting ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 March 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4. NO. 11. Amount That M.iy ba Savoi Bvor Year by Government Ownership of Railroads, By abolishing "'Hi) presidents, Vf'.tli their staffs,{one would dol| Aboli-hing the high priced nwn.iuei's and their .-i;iff<. 4,000,000 Abolishing attorneys and legal sxpenseo, 12,000,000 Abolishing merely enmpctitive sflceo, solicitors, etc , 12,000,000 AlisHshlng "»-T nf the advertislng seeount, which Is Incurred/or eompetltive purposes 0,01 0,000 Abolislii* traflle asseeiatlotw, which »: p employed to ;i<ljuM. matters between eompettng rds. 4,000,000 gxtlutive usn of short routes, 25,000,000 Csasolldnion of working tU nots, offices and st;iiis, 20)000,000 tniformiiy of mils, ears, mu ebiuery, etc., cheapening their ■aoufauUirc, a voiding freight Moekades, return of "emptier" •elonuitt!: to other roads, i lerk- Igs tc keepanct, nf ears an I ad* just divisions of ranvtiigs :r --inoni; the ronds; by making simple eaaili understood tariff, savins th...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 March 1897

PUBLISHE D W EEKLY. FOR THE PEOPLE NOW ON EARTH TERMS OV BUBSt HII TIOMI Each week Two < onta 9ne >c-itr, 11 paid in advance,.... Fifty i nta Kntcrc.l Nov. stb, 18U4, ;.t Ibe postoifioe* BlleMburff, Kittitas county, Washington* as entitled to >< :ond-cla»s postal rate?* Mseesontb side . f Fourth itreet, between JVvir! and -Main streets, rear <»f Qeddis block, up stairs. BOBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR It is be hoped that congress will pass son:e kii.'i iit bill t<» restrict foreign immigrati hi to thi&xountry. There exists a pretty general opinion that we have about adl we can assi milate The net earnings of the ' auks of the United States over nil expenses Including high si lari • i $60,000,- --00U a year. Ail oi iliis <• mid be sav ed and mat h more, with a system of government bank* Don't let the enemy you on tbe Cuban question, tlie Venezuelan controvt rsy or any ether lake issues, bul stick to the text, shall the banks or thegtvorn meut control tbe currency an...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 March 1897

THE WHIT THAT Ncwr Fail* No Smoke, No Odor, Non- Explome. CALL AT The 0 A S I 8, nnd see it • BURN! f. M. Will iam, Agent. MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. BEXEJiAL LOCAL NEWS. •I wnnot t»ll how tho trntu may be, ] Mil the tale a* 't was told to me." Subscribe for The Dawn. F. M. Scheble reports that milk from 115 cows is pledged for a good creamery at Wenatchee. Who ever heard of a county offici al Btriking on account of wages — unless it was for more pay I Mr. Wolverton is building .«> nice residence in Sunnyside additon. See the new advt. of P. M. Will iams—the Oasis man. His candies are a No. 1. Marriage license were issued this week to Lewis A. Schoof and Flor ance M. Price. Read Mr. Marble's article in this issue. Discuss the matter and then proceed to act in the premises. Elder F. Waldcn, of Zillah, will preach at the Christian church, to morrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The supreme court of California has rendered a decision in the Du rant case, and it is that he must 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. — 13 March 1897

Wpana Tabules cure liver troubles, ftlpans Tabules cure constipation. In Jutticc Court, Ellensburg preeioet, Kittitas eotinty, Washington. John Lyon, Plaintiff, ) v.s. [ Snmmotw. J. y>. Uarlej, Def< ndnnl j State el Washington. Ica County <•' Kittitas. 1 Tba State ot Washington, to J. M. Hurley Ctfendan' In tbe nam lof the state of Washington, you nrn hcreb) notified thai John Lyon has Bled a complaint against you In Iba above natni d court, which "ill come on tv bs beard on ibo 86 day of March 1807, at my office In Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, ••it the hour ol 10 I efc m. •nd unless you appear slid then and there answer, the game v.iil be taken >• mfesseJ, aud lb* dt mand ot tba ptalntitf rrantadt The object and demand <>r Btttd clatm la far goods sold t'i defendant by plaintiff at fels request amounting to $17.50 no part of wbic'o bas been paid, ifor goods and mer e-hand iv sold and delivered to defendant by T. W. Kerrell at defendant's refuel M&o...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 March 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. ii. amount That Hay be Save! Ever Year by Government Ownership of Railroads. »» abolishing 890 presidsats, with their itafto,(one would d«).< 2T>,000,009 Abolishing t!»' lii;.'" priced nanus*!* and (heir ..luff*. 4,000,000 abolishing attorneys and legal «peu»e». 13,000,000 Aboli»htni! merely competitive #fice», solicitors, ate., 18,000,000 AbeUsblnf ;V 7 of the advertising accoust, which i* incurred for aompeiitive purposes 3,000,000 Abeliiblng traaic associations, wbicb are employed to adjust Batters between competing- rds. 4,000.000 exclusive use of short routes 85,000*000 Consolidation <»f working de pot*, oiliceH and stall*, 20,000,000 IJalfermlty of rail*, cars, wa ehiuery, etc., cheapening their ■aaaufttc'.ure, avoiding freight blockade*, return of "empties'* belonging 10 oiher roads, clerk ags to keep seel, of cars and ad just (hvi'touff of earnings a mux <b« roads; by nutklns simple easily understood tariff, •av...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 March 1897

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. j"o7i THE PEOPLE NOW o.Y EARTH TJCMMI 09 BVHSVMVTIGS'. ; v.., k rwo JJ o* •ue year, if pattl in advatio riftj CeuU Inter.-; v-v. Mi.. im, M Uw gUmabiinr, Klttita* county, ni p --"« M enttUVd tv tucond-ciami po«»i rats*- Mm tenth »ld« of Fourth itr*>H • pe»rl and Main ktreeta, rear -t ueuon blocs, u ;> i i.u>. ftOBEKT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Vot.> are worth mow than reso- Itttion?. You cau'i even make <oup out of. confide vi c. When elections are bought the people are sold. Reforms move slowly because reforms are slow to move. Thk devil's most effective assist ant is good but gullible man. Strange how many men can have their love for liberty put to, sleep by ft iiule office. Tuh man who will buy hia way toanoffic< will not hesitate to sell his constituents. TherK are mow people trying to get an office than thew aw trying to get heaven. There an 1 1 ><< many people who are willing to let others do their thinkinu for them. ji -i so long as decent...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 March 1897

m übut tv at Newer Fnilt tfo Smole, No Odor. New Explosive. CALL AT The OASIS and fret BURN! F. M. 15 V//- --iamf, Agent. MATWR HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. ftSXMR.iL LOCAL „YKIi A S. ♦1 •Vkiitiot tell ho— the truth fhitv be, I tell trie tnle a* 'iwuh told ta me." Subscribe for The Daws. Pored Sehnebly wits iri Yakima this week; Wanteii —A cook, at the Palace restaurant. Elmer Salladay, of Roslyu was hi town this week. L. W. King is an applicant ft)r the position of postmaster at Roslyn. Boiss to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson, Monday Nov. 15, a daught er. A. P. Tugwell has bought 1). B. Hannah's interest in the Tacoma Bun. The governor has appointed I>. S. Sdott trustee of the state normal of this city. See the new advt. of F. M. Will iams—the Oasis man. His candies are a No. 1. N. B. Page Post, No 94 G. A. R., held a compare and reunion at Mis sion recently. W. O. Parr, of Wenatehee. has returned trip in east last Monday. Gov. Rogers has vetoed the ap propriations for the normal school...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 March 1897

Ripens Tabules euro liver trouble*., ltipans Tabules cure constipation. In JuttUa Court, Bllensburg prselnor,. Kttuia* aouuty, Warbinfftou. John Lyon, Plaintiff, f Vr. • Suuinious,. j. XL. Hurley, Defendant J State "f W asblngtou |S a County of Kittitaa. |, The State of Washington, to J. M. Hurley defendant, [n lb;- name of the state of] Washington, you are hereby notified that Jehu Lyon bx» filed > c >raplalot against you j latbeaboTe nuraed court, which will uonie •n to be heard on tho M day of March l*S>7, at my office In Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m« and uuios« you appear and then and there ] answer, the same will be taken a< confessed, and ttio d< mand of tlie plaintiff granted* Theobjeeland demand of said clalmls lor goods sold to d" feudaut by plaintiff at Ms request amounting <■> $47.80 no part of whlili bus bei :i paid. For goods and ii.er »<>!J and delivered to defeiidaut'by T. W. Ferrcll til defendant's...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 March 1897

The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. .12. v Amount That May ba Saved Ever Tear by Government Ownership of Railroads. abolishing 680 president*, j will" their staffs,(one would do** 25,000,000 aholWbinß the Prised mZ«er.s ami their .staffs 4,000,000 Abolishing tittorneys and legal expends , . , i»,wv,iwv Abolishing merely competitive , Vffow. solieiiurs, etc, 10,000,000 SuiMng B-Tol the advert lo ing gcoount. which is incurred tor ■ompetitive purposes 5,000,000 Abolishing traffic associations, wbicb are employed to adjust matters between oorapetlng rds. 4,000,000 Bxclltotve uw of short router, 25,000,000 Consolidation of working tlc- Wte, »fflee« and stalls, 90,000,000 Uniformity of rails, cars, ma finery, etc., chtaucniiiKi lieir aunufHcUire, avoiding freight blockades, return of "empties" | belonging to other roads, clerk- UMtokeepacel. of cars and ad- , tatt divisions of earning* a jnoog the roads; by making tlmple eusilv understood tariff, saving the time and labor...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 March 1897

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. /•<O/p THE VKOVtE XOW OX NJMTJt tunv s or Bt'nsdtin !<•:%: F,*cli won Two Out* •n» \i»r, If phlil in advance,..-.. Kitty Cents En<Hr»-l Nov, f»ih, IBl>4, ill tbe poMioulce, Klleilobure, Klttitii* inlllil), Wi:-lii>vi(ii), M PUtltlfd 1... m..nil-class poHlul rules. Mice noitth ml" of fourth --.r.-.t, hetwrrai Jv«rl Hitd Hum '.r.s'V , rriU' of <i-'iKtif. block, ii j. stall s. ROBEBT a. Tl P.NEiI, l-i ; - in. Kditor Ttmn r has been char grimed at the failure of Ihe Wash ington leginl.ituve to onael certain promised reform measures, thai his blood )v* s been getting overheated and now lie in confined lo the house by an immenw bail; the bad blood having cotne to a head. !!••• will oli tii ill relic:' nlwn Gov. Bogers calls an extra ion. (t must lie remembered (hat in the house <■:' the htte legislature, which contained :i majority of populi.-ts over republicans, silver republicans *»nd democrats, •vrrj pledg* to the people in the Kilens burg piatfor...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 March 1897

Tl LIMIT THAT Never Fail* JV'o Smde, A> Off or, Notr- Mxplotifte.. CALL AT The 0 A S I B and we it J BURN! •Jf», M. Will iams, Agent. MATCHED, HATCHED A*hs DISPATCHED. §MJITMBJI LOCAL NEWS. •1 •miu«t tell how the I ruth mat be, '1 tell the late m »tws« i<»IU to »t. M Subscribe for Thk Daws. Qtiready to make garden soon. The sago rats are out in full force in many places in the valley. Peltry of all kinds wanted at 1). H. Wcstcotts. The Chinook wind on Wednes day cut the snow in fine shape. A. T. Mason, of Tacoma, was an Ellensburg visitor Tuesday. The farmers will soon be ready to turn over black dirt again. Fred Ceddi* snd wife returned from Hot. Springs Wednesday evening- Wolf Weinberg is. now at San don, B. C, where he expects to lo cate permanently. The prospects for an abundant crop in the valley this year were never better. H. J. Snivel)', of North Yakima, was in the city this week attend ing court. Elmer Salladay if temporarily in charge of the electric light plant, ric...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 March 1897

WHY TIMES ARE HARD. The statement of the associated hanks of New York for Ihe week ending March 20, shows a marked reduction in the reserve, for the cash and holding have decreased not less than #5,59 000. The sur plus reserve Bhows similar contrac tion, the loss for the week $4,094,- --575, bringing the excess cash in the banks to $48,168,975, which is over ♦9,000,000 less than was reported three weeks ago. [n this period, loans have increased the same amount, while deposits are only $5()0,0D0 heavier. The loss 1 of nearly $0,000,000 in cash during the last week is easily accounted for. The banks paid out $6,000,000 to the treasury on account of cus tom lior.se withdrawals of bonded goods, and this money mv flved an acs'.iai transfer of funds out of banks. since March 10, the loan expan sion has been $8,795,000, but as $6,000,000 at least must have been added to this sum last week, the contraction in other outstanding loans appears plain. The banks are still decreasing their circul...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 3 April 1897

The Dawn and Seattle ■ Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4. NO. 14. Amount That Hay ba Savsd Ever Year by Government Ownership of Railroads. i B* abolUMng MX) presidents, jritb their ataffß,(ona would dnVf Abolishing the W«h priced ■BMltc r* and their staffs. 4,000,000 AboliMbinie attorneys and h%«,\ expense*. 17,000,000 Abolishing merety competitive o*ees. solicitors, etc., 12,000,000 | Abaltsblago-lof the advertising account. which 1m incurred (or aompetlttve-purpoaea MOO.UOO Aboltshiug traffic RM«oci-.ition«, which are employed to adjust matters between computing rds. •1,P(X).000 | Xxela»lT« use of short routes, 2'»,000,000 ' Consolidation, of working do potl, ofttccs nnd stalls, fjalformltv oi rails, oars, ni»- tbiuerr, etc., erw.apenins: their ■unufao'ure, avoiding freight blockades, return of "empties" ■ belonging to other road-, clerk age tokecpacet. of cars and ud- Joit divisions of earning a- |' noug the road*; by making ; •Imple easily understood tariff, laving th* time and lahor of...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 3 April 1897

*H*]a.o 23 awn 77//; PKOPZJS NOW a r if. rj? Bucli tree*;, - Two ( ■ DU ♦ne y«>i»r,| aid la h KtftjrCenU Batered Kot. ."•»;, 2- :. it portofllce, K!|i-;.-' uri r , Kilt if a* county, IVaahingtoti, M mtttlrd to m !.-.;. po»tal rate*. rr.w-y- of ■ - biptj -n: Meaaonth »fd« "f Konrth t>ti »t, b*tw*«#j Pearl Mid Main nr <••-, roar Qeddta blo«k, u|i tuirsi ROBERT A. Trr.XEl?, EDITOR, Arm?, being confined to our room for 3 week we re turn to cur post oi duty con* siaeraole weaka and a little wiser. During the pa it week we carefully r«rad a number of our he-t exchanges that we had carded home during the past month, where we could, at our leisure, peruse with pleasure and prof:. We read peopie fsom '.ill sections ot tne on the subject of the align ment of tSc reform fore is for the Btmpaigns of iBoJ3 and 1900. The almost universal opinion oi popnli ; : writers and Populist press- is that fu ture campaign:;, SO far as Populists are concerned, must aud By different persons than was ...

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

THE USB 1 THAT Utver fhtit tfo Bmde, !S r (> Odor, Non- Sxvtoeive. CAL!- AT The o a a i < s ' gnd see it . BURN! f. M. Will iams, Agent- MATCHED. HATCHED AND DISPATCHED, GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. •I cannot tcTI how the truth may he, 1 tell the t;>le as 'twas told to me." Subscribe for Thk Pawn. Monday was made up of all sorts of weather. Poultry of all kinds wanted at D H. Westeotts. Mrs. Preston is confined to her rotrtn with qttincy. Gov. Rogers has issued a procla fagtion naming April 30th as Ar bor Day. It turns out that lx-6oV« Mc Graw embezzled $10,000 while sheriff of King county. Geo. W. Beaton, of Teanaway, Was down .Monday after his can tasdng outfit. We predict thorough work in that territory. WALL PAPER I WALL PAPER! Good wall paper at 10 and loc, double roll at Morgan's Book Store. So it turns out that Ex-Gov. McGraw went republican several years ago, while sheriff of King county, to the tune of .* 10,000. FREAK PHOTOS. Call and tee them at Pautike's art studio, ever...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 3 April 1897

Hie Horse Leech.. COXUXI'KIt FKOM MIW* PAUL. pie, for the-perpetuity of our gov ernment and for the progresfKof the kingdom of God if it were better distributed. As Chas. B. Spahs, lecturer on law and associate editor of the Outlook, has said, "We must recognize tbat the nations vast wealth does not bring comfort and independence to the rank and rile 1 of tlie people. M the nation's wealth means tho nations well-be ing, the rank and file of the people must reserve the policies which the rich and the tools of the rich have thrust upon them." The following editorial illustrates the growth of trusts: "THE Till'-li'L'l. MR. SMITH. Mr. Herbert Spencer Individual ist Smith., who believes that the trusts can be b tfely left to look af ter tbe interest; of the people, wak ens early one morning,, and, tak ing a trust match from a trust Bolder, he strikes it across a piece of trust emery paper and holds it up to his trust watch to see if it is time to arise. Springing from hio trust bedstead,...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 10 April 1897

Tho Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. 15. Amount That Miy ba Saved Ever : Year by Government Ownership of Railroads, ay abolishing Oft) president*, with their sta«s,(one would do)s 28,000,000 Abolishing the high priced manners and tbeir • ttifTn 4,000,000 '■ Atolfohing attorui y* and legal expend 13,000,000 1 abolish in ' merely c >raj titlvi office, .• dicltors, etc , 12,000,000 ab"H»'''-' (1 7 '■' I '"' ■■ ",; : Msount, which In inclined tor compel ii ire purposes 1 ,000,1 00 &boli«bi >g trsltio »H«nclattcns, whirl) are employed to adjust matter- between i;on pi ting rds. 4,000.000 fecluMve use of short route.-, 85,000,000 ; AMselidstion of working do pots offices snd slut's, 'j 1,000,00 I sjalformliy of rat!*, c ir.i, n . ehinrrv, i tc, chi sp Bjanufacture, avoiding fr< hlock.nl. s. retur i ol "cm (slanging to other roads, clerk tge to keep acci • «»f car - and ••■!- lust divisions of , ii diij hong tbe roads; l>v : . • i : I •gtravlc easily understo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 10 April 1897

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. FOR THK PEOPLE NOW aY EAhTII. TERMS OF I übscription: Each week. Two Cents One year, if paid iv ich unci 1- ifty < ents Entert'.l Nov. stb, 1804, al tbe postofflce, BUennhurfr, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to secouU-elas* postal rates. fMBoe south side <>f Fourth >tr<>(t, bet wren ]»earl uti.l Main str. ■' , rear ol 0 lis block, vi' stairs. ROBERT A. TURJi ER, EDIT< »R. Fine Clothes Di n't Go. Thf. New York Journal last week quotes prominent officials and Ambassadors on the propriety of Mr. Bailey refusing to wear a dress suit to Prcsi lent McKinley s dinner, and print* the views of what they claim t<> he the two best dreseed men in congress, selecting Mahanay, of New York, and James Hamilton Lewis, of Washington. Col. Lewis was elected to con gress as a populist, his statement! to the contrary notwithstanding. He was not sent there to mak< a great show on dre* • parade, but to honestly and fairly represent the great plain ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 10 April 1897

IHE LIGHT THAT Htur Fails jfo Smoke, No Odor, Non- Erplosioc- CALL AT The OAS I 8 and see it BURN! f. M. Will iams, Agent. HATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. QEXERJL LOCAL NEWS. •I cannot tell how the truth may be, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." Subscribe for The Dawn. Garden making is in full blast. Tuesday was a blustery and dis enable day. Deck Shoudy was in to wn Satur day last. Theron Stafford, of Cle-elum, me in the city this week. A runaway in town Tuesday— no body hurt and damages light. Adam Cook, foreman of the car department, vent over to Tacoma gnnday. F. M. Williams will move the "Oasis" into A. Welty's old stand about the loth. Will Braehear will drive Jas. Johnson's milk wagon this sum mer. The snow fall at Cascade tunnel during the month of March was 12i feet. W. A. Perkins, of North Yakima was in tbe city Saturday, on busi- MM. The farmers are preparing to sow a very large acreage of wheat this spring. Spring has come. Cleanup the streets, alleys and back yards...

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