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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 16 March 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICE SILVER TEA SET FREE GRENNAM & BECKER'S GENERAL NEWS. There is an insurrection iv Cuba. . Mr. Bayard, Minister to Eng land, is quite ill. Gen. Weaver has been lecturing in MiejL/of late* The shoeworkers of Hamilton, Ohio, won their strike. The (Chicago!printers are to start a West side daily soon. Prohibitionists elected a few lo cal officers in New York. The Denver Roai is shouting for a repudiation of the bonds. It is reported that the rebels have triumphed in Columbia. Eugene V. Dsbs ,is expected to speak in Spokane next week. The A. R. U. men of Spokane are nearly all back at work again. Three Labor Exchanges have been set to work iv Spokane county. The Louisville Trades Assembly will start a weekly paper soon. The Morning Union, is a new Populist daily at Oakland, Calif. Michigan democrats nominated Justice McGrath for the Supreme Court A lot of election day thugs have been tried in Chicago—and acquit ted, of course- Senator Ben Tiiluran, of S. C, is flood...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 16 March 1895

L, A. YINOENT, tflrorttci; at £:o: , Will practice in all the V ixia of the State. Office in the Davidsou Block. ELLENSBURG, WASH Money • Loan ON FARMS. r. Leoohard, - vsu. g§f BURKS EXPRESS \ I deshv to ay to oue and that 1 am ready and willing to do all kind- of work : ii my lht< in and around town. m L. P. BURK. 4. a cox, UNDIiRTA KHR S KMBALMER. 3ai a New Pull St-x-ic All Grades. HAT .' FINE HEARSE. DRW &&S Was*. ' I J'u.. Uiii'.ii vvfcliiv a! C.'hilH©)tbe, Mi., :i' 50 ets a 1; r.. ! : ood paper for general news, I is uoe<)ni])i'ti.i!<.inKl> Populist, It i«. n<>i local • h'ul |iiti:i>drd ■ir and circulates in all tin- ' Hit AHEAD 1 •M»( !:n.u>d to tbe toilern of tbe World, by a i Feli</ >lavo." Press notices: Etc: '•Full r.f v.i> - : inut< rial am! i> a striking presenta-* i ';i» ;i «.i ictfi."— l*At"l. VanDkuvokt. "Fill, il . :?i: iiiS of economic thought and I lvtn an T ; * » a most valuable addition to our Hi. ratii>•*.»—CUi&l...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 23 March 1895

His of Financial Death. 1, Tlie law putting two exceptions on the GRBKNBACKB passed Feb. ?5, '62. 2, The National Bank Law, passed Mar. 35i MM. Tbe Contraction Act, passed March fitli, I§M>. 4. Credit strength eoing act, passed March 18,1800. afe 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. <i. Demonetization of silver, passed on 3larch 12th, IS7:L % The resumption act, passed .lan. 14, 1.874. A SERMON ON USURY. READ IT. COMPOUND INTEREST. One dollar placed out at compound interest for one hull- : dred years at the following rates, yields.: 3 Per cent amounts to $ 1 9—5 ; 6 Per cent amounts to 340.00 12 Per cent amounts to 84,075.00 i 18 Per cent amounts to 15,145,007.00 25 Per cent amounts to 2,55i,799,4°4-°° MURDER! MURDER!! READ AND REFLECT. A SUBJECT WHICH MANY Preachers Dare Not Han dle in a Fearless way. Thou shalt not lend upon usury to your brother; usury of money, msury of victuals, usury of any thing that is leant upon usury. — s)eut. 2D, 18. If thou lend -mone...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 23 March 1895

(O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. 50 CENTS PER YEAR, oß9*Evfiry person reei Ivlng n copy of Tiik D.wv.N will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only 60c. a year. [Entered as -2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens- Durgh Post-Oflioe, Kittitas County, Wash ington, Novemlwr othi 1894. | Saturday, Mac. 23rd, 1805. A Mailing Machine v\'e have a win to For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new, $33, will sell for $12 cas-h. At the Dawn Office. j - • ;t>ing \ atir/n a Populist paper Yes, and of the best grade! I t : • reported that the new silver Ha -i v is headed by backed by the A. P. A. H.v v you read our offer to send Dawn and Coming Nation both one year for *>() cents? It not, read it! We want a good man or woman in every section reached by us. to htdieil subscribers for the Dawn, [f you can't get 'em for a year, get 'em (>] ■'■ months — Only Ten ('ruts! j in-:uk is much to be stid in the fever of n wider development of horticulture among our farmers. The progres...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 23 March 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICE SILVER TEA SET FREE &RENNAN & BECKER'S. GENERAL NEWS. Waterviile is going to Lave a creamery. 20,000 be . (makers are ou a strikr in London Engian 1. Firedamp canned a big mine dis aster in A.nstra Saturday. T~e re*>r:it patent decision will cheaper, electric iustsum-r:::* nod deal a Lard blow to monopoly. Thr governoi baa signed the barefc-:: boy school bill and the measure La.* accord:rjgly became a Lit. Ckas. E. Langhton. Ex-Lieoten sntr Governor of Nevada and Wash ington, died iv Tatfoma, March 16, of heai: failure. noners will I c elected by the voters of ihr entire c unty sod not by <.;•;•• tricts, as heretofore. The Seattle Chamber of Com merce wants the governor to veto Senate Bill No. >. known as the "Deficiency Judgement B:ll." and tfcns protect the .state. The law pasted by the legislature provides that in all trials by jury in the superior tout except in ttiminal eases, ten Jnrors can re tain a verdict, trill make an impor* taat change...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 23 March 1895

L, A. Vincent, CilH'ome.; ci t Stcnv, Will practice in all the Courts of the State. Office in the Davidson Block. ELLENSBURG. WASH Honey To Los^n CM FARMS. Fa « n ELLENSBURG, . Leonhard, wash. BURR'S EXPRESS H I desire to say to one and all that I am ready and willing to do all kinds of work in my line in and around town. L. P. BURK. A. C. COX, UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER. Club Block. Jlas a N T ew Full Stock. All Grades, HA'5 ■ PINE HEARSE. [stray Holies. Came to my place •! miles N. E. of Ellensburg, last November, a roan two | year • Id steer, branded on left shoulder, 1 jb.j satinet distinguish what it is. The owner is requested to call and prove j vry and pay charges. Cubist Holm. The Missouri world. Published wi ekry at Chillicothe, Mo., at 50 cts i yt ar, If •• good paper for general new-, is ui>coiupt< tuUingly I'opulist, it i> »"t local but intended for and circulates in all the • Ituti -. Sample copy free. lllLillV&li)3 MMU of Farmiiißton, Cal. '•«; indicated to...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 March 1895

UK of Financial Death. 1. The law putting two exceptions on the GREENBACKS pugged Feb. 25, '02. 2. The National Bank Law, passed Mar. 25,1863. 3. The Contraction Act, passed March 6tb, 1860. 4. Credit strength ening act, passed j March 18,1809. ' 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. 6. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 187:5. 7. Th* resumption ast,pa*»edJan. 14, 1874. After Free Coinage, What? Get free coinage of silver, and "where are we at?" Why, simply where we were in 1878, the day proceeding demonetization. That would be some gain, but it would mark no progress, only a re turn to old conditions. Were the conditions existing in 1873, prior to demonetization, of such a character as to be satisfacto ry to the people? Would they sat isfy reformers? Hardly. Noy the one-plank policy will never do,, it simply can't be thought 4)f. Its object gained, the People's party would have secured only a single bite of the whole loaf that it aims at. It proposes to ge...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 March 1895

T3£33 (0) PUBLISHEDSWEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. (0) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. jpgrEvery person receiving a copy or Thk DaWN Will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only 50c. a year. [Entered as '2nd. Class Matter at the Kllens- DUrgh Post-Ofllce, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November sth, 1894.1 Satubday, Mab. 30th, 1895. ft Mailing Machine We have a white For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new, cost -too, will sell for $12 cash. At the Dawn Office. The bill reducing the salaries of Bounty officers has been approved by t lie governor. Cast your eye on the little yellow label of your paper and see if it gives you credit for '04 or 05. Have you read our offer to send Dawn and Coming Nation 1 oth one jear for 50 cents?&lf not, read it! Tun silent comforter (mortgage) js being lifted from the backs of a Urge number of people just now by the aid of Mr. Sheriff. Wno said that there were just twelve pieces of deeded land in Kit titas county that were not mort gaged? And is it t...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 March 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICE SILVER TEA SET FREE. * TttDE AT • C5-RERIISIAN & BECKER'S. IIIELIffIUIG NATIONAL BANK. Capital, $50,000. Bdmcnd Seymour, President. J. C. Hubbell, vice President. }. T. M.Stoneroa.d, Cashier. -DIRECTOKS Edmund Seymour, Jos. R. Paull, Ellensburg, Wash. P. H. >V. Ross, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. fiubbell, Ellensburg, Wash. J.T.M. Stoneroad, Ellensburg, Wash. S. T. Packwood, Ellensburg, Wash. J. B. Shultz, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Goodwin, Ellensburg, Wash. Jacob Furth, Seattle, Wash. A general Banking business transacted. Deposits received swbjeet to check. In terest paid on time deposits. Exchange on New York, Chicago, Ban Francisco, Portland, and all the principal cities of Europe. figgs for hatching from thorough toed fowls for sale. Leghorn, B. P. &oeks, eefebrated Houdans, etc., caHandsee Vi Oi C. Baker. [36] Scan our advertising columns carefully and see -who patronize us. Otnr friends are your friends, treat ftera accordingly. GENERAL NEWS. Spain has a...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 March 1895

T. 2 "'*lP'"'TT r J.liotnei) at x. .: it, Will practice in all the Courts of the >tate.' Office in the Davidson Block. Mere To Loan ON FARMS. F. Loonhard, & BURKS EXPRESS g 1 desire .-ay to one and all that lam ready and willing to do all lands of work in my hue iv undui'ound town* r L. P. BURK. ffl A. C: COX, i aDERTAKER&EMBALMER. < I til* Hlnek. He ,i \-v. Full Stock. AH Grades. HAS HEARSE. Esiray Notice. < in v, to tnv place .'> miles \. £, of ; lenshurg, last November, a roan two year old steer, branded on left shoulder, but 1 a no > istinguish what it is. The owner ;• re<ju< ed to call and prove propi rty and pa> i barges, oiiit i; t Holm. The Missouri World .Pu! i.- " I weekly at Cbillicothe, Mo., at .V) ots .. 5 ir, i• :• good paper for general new-, uti iompromislngly Populist, it is not local bul intended for ;ind circulates in all the States. Sample copy free. BREAKERS fflaV&S&ifa "Dedicated to the toilers of the World, !>y n Fell...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 April 1895

Laws of Financial Death. 1. The law putting two exceptions on the GREENBACKS passed Feb. 25, 'fl2. 9. The National JSiink Law, pa**ed Mar. 25. ISo3. 3. The Contraction Act, passed March 6ih, lS«ii>. 4. Credit strength ening act, passed March 18, 1869. i». Fundinjr Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. 0, Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 1878. 7. The resumption 'act, passed Jan. 14, IST4 LOGAN'S PROPHECY. Every Word Coming True. Read and Reflect. Extract from a speech by John A. Logan, Republican Senator from Illinois, in the Senate. Jan. I>, 18- --74. See Congressional Record, Volume 2, part 1, page 755. I can see only benefit to the mon ey holders and those who receive interest and have incomes. 1 can see as a result of this legislation out business operations crippled and wages for labor reduced to a pit tance. J. can see the beautiful prairies of my own b'tate and the great West, which are all blooming as gardens, with cheerful homes rising as white towers ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 April 1895

(O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. IH E DAWN PUBLISHING CO. (0) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. HiTEvcry person receiving a copy of The Dawn will please consider it an invitation jo subscribe. Only 50c. a year. {Entered as 2nd. C lass Matter at the Ellens- Durgb Post-Otliee, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November 6th, 1894.1 Ellensburg, April. (>. lemember this my toiliug brother, ©j dollar can't create another. natter who they ire who take it, All wealth belongs to those who make it." A Mailing Machine We have a White For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new, cost 133, will sell lor $12 cash. At the Dawn Office. If the volume of currency was doubled, prices would be doubled. —MM*. Cast your eye on the little yellow label of your paper and see if it gives you credit for '94 or 95. Have you read our offer to send Dawn and Coming Notion both one jear for 50 cents? If not, read it! In 1872 wool wa- worth 70c, in 1882 45c, in 1892 54c. and under the fostering care of the republican jparty It is possible by suffic...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 April 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICE SILVER TEA SET FREE, G-RENNAN & BECKER'S. ■ mwm NATIONAL BANK. Capital, $50,000. Edmund Seymour, President. J. C. Hubbell, vice President. J. T. M.Stoniroad, Cashier. MR EOTORB Edmund Seymour, Jos. R. Paull, Ellensburg, Wash. P. H. vV. Ross, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Hubbell, Ellensburg, Wash. J.T. M. Stoneroad, Ellensburg, Wash. S. T. Packwood. Ellensburg, Wash. J. B. Shultz, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Goodwin, Ellensburg, Wash. Jacob Furth, Seattle. Wash. A general Banking business transacted. Deposits received subject to check. In terest paid on' tune deposits. Exchange on New York. Chicago, San Francisco, Portland, and all the principal cities of Europe. GENEK'AL NEWS. Woman suffrage wins in Utah. Smallpox is raging in 21 States. Cholera is playing sad havoc in Russia. Yakima county has 3,125 acres in hops. Big nuggets of gold have been found in Marshall Co., Ga. The Chicago Times building was badly scorched by fire Sunday. An explosion of dust in a mine at Red...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 April 1895

FOR SALE AT DAWN OFFICE. Money Found, by Thos. E. Hill '-'."> Poeple's Party Hand-Book, Waton—BO Breakers Ahead, by Edward Irving—26 Tbe Pullman strike, by Carwardine—2o People's Party Shot «v shell, Bland 10 Party Platforms, contains all the National platforms ever adopted in the United states, Frederick..••26 Quadrangular Debate, by Gen. Wea ver. Col. Wattcrsoa, Wen. Wood ford and Rev. Russell H. C0nwe11....26 The Populist Compendium, by 81i55....10 Hon. John P. Jones Letter to the Chairman of the 'Republican sta*e Central Committee, tell why he left the Republican party ft Shylock as banker, bondholder, eor ruptionist and conspirator, Clark. ...2ft Our Money Wars, by SamM Levitt. ...:»<) RNBEBG DRUG CO., 51.AL5-RS IN Br ifs, • '.;i;ists Sundries, Paints, JT. /TENT MEDICINES AND Wall Paper. Finberg Drug Co. COUNTjf NEWS. "I cannot tell how the truth may lie, I toll the tide as 'twas told to me." 11 was a Populist victory in Ta eninn. Tin- street sprinkler is doing good work....

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 April 1895

Unfit Financial Death. 1. Tie law putting; two exceptions on tbe greenbacks; pissed Feb. 25, '62. 2. Tbe National Bunk Law, pas-ed Mir. 25,1803. 3. The Contraction Act, pnssed Marcb tub, im. 4. Credit strength ening act, pnssed March 18,1809. {.Funding Na- 1 tioDal debt, passed July 14th, 1874, i 6. Demonetization' of silver, passed on larch 13tb, 1873. 7. The resumption 1 act, passed Jan. 14, 1874. ABOUT MONEY. A Few Gems From Patriot- ic, Brainy Men. The cause of our depression is money famine and nothing else.— John A. Logan. Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and com merce. — James A. Garfield. Liberty cannot long endure in any country where the tendency of legislation is to concentrate wealth in the hands of a few. — Daniel Webster. That prices will fall or rise as the volume of money be increased or diminished, is a law that is as un alterably an any law of nature. — Professor Walker. If the whole volume of money in circulati...

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 April 1895

vkb sworn (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING GO. (0) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. Hs?~Evcry pervon receiving a copy of Thk Dawn will please consider it au invitation to subscribe. Only 50c. a year. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens* uurgh Post-Office, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November sth, 1894.1 Ellensburg, April. 13. ' • Jeraember this luy toiling brother, On dollar can't create another. No matter who they are who take it, All wealth belongs to those who make it." A Mailing Machine We have a white For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new, coat |BS, will sell for $12 oath. At the Dawn Office. SPECIAL NOTICE! Wk have reached a point in the history of the Dawn where we must hav«j money. It is impossible to conduct a paper, however small, without some money. We have de prived ourself and family of the necessaries of life in order to accom modate delinquent subscribers, and now. that we are needing money so badly to meet our obligations, can't you accommodate us by paying up? S...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 April 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICE SILVER TEA SET FREE, G-RENNAN & BECKER'S. lEIMSBIRG NATIONAL BANK. Capital, $50,000. Edmund Seymour, President. J. C. Hubbell, vice President. J. T. 3l.Stoner,oai>, Cashier. i directors Edmund Seymour, Jos. R. Paull, Ellensburg, Wash. P. H. W. Ross, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Hubbell, Ellensburg, Wash. J.T. M. Stoneroad, Ellensburg, Wash. S. T. Packwood, Ellensburg, Wash. J. B. Shultz, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Goodwin. Ellensburg, Wash. Jacob Furth, Seattle, Wash. I A general Banking business transacted. Deposits received subject to check. In terest paid on tune deposits. Exchange on New York. Chicago, Ban Francisco, Portland, and all the principal cities of Europe. YAKIMA DOTS. Mr. Archie Flint has accepted a position with Pully & Huggins, du ring the absence of Mr. Huggins in (he east. Mrs. Delia C. H. Cox, national lecturer and organizer, also presi dent of the Eastern Washington W. C. T. U. will speak in Mason's ope » house on Friday evening. " The Stat...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 April 1895

FOR SALE AT DAWN OFFICE. M.mcv Found, l>v Thos. K. Hill 26 Poople's I'ariv Hand-Hook, VVaton—."»<> Breakers Ahead, by Kdwanl rrvln« — -."« The Pullman Strike, by Carwardlne— 20 People's Party Shol & Shell, Bland 10 Party Platforms, contains Ihe National platforms ever adopted in the United States, Frederick....2B Quadrangular Debate, by Gen. Wea ver, Col. Wattcrson, (Jen. Wood* ford and Rev. Russell H. Con we 11....25 The Populist Compendium, by 81i55....10 Hon. John P. Jones Letter to the Chairman of Ike Republican State Central Committee, tell why be left the Republican party ~> Shy lock as hanker, bondholder, cor* ruptionist ami conspirator, C1ark....28 Our Money Wars, by Sam'l Levitt....6o ' Finberg Drug Co., DEALERS IN Drugs, Druggists Sundries, Paints, v' if, vT, fci s >, %W\* ft, hi)Pi cj, PATENT MEDICINES kftb W&LL PAPER. <Wi n.m.i • - «t«t rT!ZC ? > ' Hsii FINBERG DRUG CO. C. 11. Stewart now has money on land to make farm loans. Try the DA WN th...

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 April 1895

UK if Flandal mm. * ! tHeltwputtiDK two exceptions on (he GREENBACKS s»edFeb.S!6,'62. iThe National Bank Law, passed Mtr.2M663- S. Tbe Contraction Act, passed March 4. <Jredit«trength eainc act, passed March 18,1869. 5. Fundta* Na- ] tional debt, passed, July 14th, 1*74. j 6. Demonetization j of silver, passed on 1 March 12tb, 1873. j 7. Tie resumption set, passed Jan. 14, 1874. OUR FORUM. The editor of the Dawn is not responsfhle for any afticlei or any KBtiment expressed by our correspondents under this beadluj<. When the People's party assembled in National convention in Omaha on that memorable 4th of July, 1892, there were represented in that body, reformers from Maine to California and from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico; each one clamoring that his par ticular ideas be incorporated in the platform. That convention, like the assemblages of all new organiza tions, permitted itself to be carried away by the promises and enthusiasm of those present, and en grafted int...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 April 1895

(0) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. IHE DAWN PUBLISH! N6 CO. (O)— —- 50 CENTS PER YEAR. jpyEvery person receiving a copy of Tuk Dawn will please consider it an invitation lo subscribe. Only 50c. a year. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens- Burgti Post-Ofllce, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November sth, ist'4. | Ellensburg, April. 20. "itemember this my toiling brother, © . • dollar can't create another. !N<> matter who they are who take it, All wealth belongs to those who make it." A Mailing Machine We have» white Fflr Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new. cost 133, will sell for $12 cash. At the Dawn Office. SPECIAL NOTICE! Wk have reached a point in the history of the Dawn where we must have money. It is impossible to conduct a "paper, however small, without some money. We have de prived ourself and family of the accessaries of life in order to accom modate delinquent subscribers, and now, that we are needing money so badly to meet our obligations, can't you accommodate us by paying u...

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