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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 August 1897

State News Prot. Jordan has returned from the Arctic. A silver syndicate has been formed at Spokane. The Robin shingle mill at Castle Rock started up last week and will cut uo.ooo a day day lime only. Thompson & Kain, of Parkei Yak ima county, are sending several car loads a week of various fruits to Mon tana points. The White liver mill company ha: its large saw and planning mill near ly completed and ready for operation at Enumclaw. The Puget sound leOucticti com pany is inducting a third roaster into use in its smelter at Everett, pratic ally doubling its capacity. Ground has been cleared for the buildings for the life saving station just across Ocean avenuesouth of th< lighth >use site at Westpor'. Editor Gavitt of the Centralis New* is accused of lining a gold mine so rich thatthe 'wnersarein constant fear of the mine being burgl irized. It is estimated that a trap fi-herman who h .s the contract to keep the Ana cortes cmnery sapplied fur thre<- years at 8c a fish ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 September 1897

*rine Dawn and on© year The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World for $1.15 VOL. 4- NO. 36. Think or Starve g&£~* I HAT is the alternative. Do not longer be deceived by well-worded lies. Read the truth. It will pay you TO-DAY—this moment you are being robbed of what you earn. How much? Not less than $',000 a year. Do you know how ? Do you know why ? Read Formerly NEW OCCASIONS. 2"j REFORM MAGAZINE ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ' in the World. Ten Cents a Number Monthly—Eighty Pages. „... (B. O. FLOWER, Founder of the Arena. Editors: j FREDERICK U. ADAMS, Editor New Occasions. The New Time is a fearless advocate of the INITIATIVE and REFERENDUM, Ma jority Rule, Scientific Government, Monetary Reform and Physical and Ethical Culture. Among the hundreds ol brilliant writer* who will regularly contribute to its pages are: Prof. Frank Parsons. Gov. 11. 8. Pineree. Senator Chandlor. Henry 1). Lloyd. Lillian Whiting. Pres. Geo. A. Gates. Herbert N. Casson. A. 11. Lewis. Mary A. Livermorc. Eltwoed Pomeroy. ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 September 1897

% 4, 9AB.TU. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . Two Cent* advance Fifty Cents stared Nov. Sth, 18Wt at the postottlce. W mmlmn. KISU county, Washington, asl eutitled to second-class postal rates. Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddis block, up stair*. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR Bead This. We have on our books the names of more than 200 per sons living outside of Kittitas I county, who are from one to! three years in arrears for The Dawn. We have waited very I patiently on them for the small' sums due, aud no doubt they have simply neglected sending it from time to time, and will doubtless remit vhea their attention is called to this mat ter. The names of all per sons outside of Kittitas county who are in arrears after Sept. 18th will be stricken from the books, unless an agreement is reached that will be satisfac tory to all concerned. Thi; late teachers' institute has 1 demonstrated clearly to the peo ple of Kittitas county the...

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

tTEWS EEPCETED." HASHED, SLASHED, ROLLED, MASHED, HATCH ED, MATCHED AND DISPATCHED Next Monday is Labor Day. Court convenes Monday morn tog, E. E. Wager is a genuine tender foot. Remember, that school begins Monday. Ask E. E. Wager the price of SHOES IM No. 2 was several hours late on Wednesday. Have you noticed the increased site of The Dawn? Frank Jelden has been appoint ed P. ML at CleElum. J, C. Lloyd went down to Yak ima Wednesday on business. Peter McCallum, of Swank, was in town on business last Saturday. Chas. Thomas goes to Easton today to begin school Monday. Charley Edgington is mending slowly and is still confined to his room. Mose Emerson oame down from the Methow country this week on his wheel. Richard Morrison returned from s two weeks business trip on the Sound Sunday. Last week a stack of bones went down the street tied behind Windy Greene's buggy. Mrs. VanAlstine is still mend ing gradually and will soon be able to be out again. Mrs. P. Laurendeau lectured on the t...

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

A Summer Drink. Should tou be at work which makes you long to drink the cis tern dry, prepare a pitcher of wat er in the following way: To a pitch er of water add enough vinegar to give it a sour taste, enough sugar, or sugar and mollasses, 01 mollass es alone, if you prefer, to make ft pleasantly sweet and half a tea spoonful of gimjer to a quart of water. It will allay your thirst and do you no harm. Back in the early days the writer's grandfather used to have this drink prepared and sent to the men at work in the field.—Ex. How they do in Yakima. Laßt week the board of equaliza tion reduced the assessment of the Northern Pacific Railway comdany $50,000. The county assessor con ferred with the assessors of Cheha lie, Pierce, King, Spokane and other counties, and from data fur nished him from the state attorney general's office, assessed the com pany's main track at $10,000 a mile, and the side track at $1.00 per foot. The company has filet a petition with the board, asking a reduc...

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 September 1897

*Ct\& Dawn and New Time one year For # The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World for $1.15 VOL. 4- NO. 37. N I'll 1 ILL We are not in the habit of blowing about our pricrs but we ,re prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay! HTWB GIVE EXACT CHANGE.^ Arbuckles and Lyon Coffee 1 lc ggyonSoap, full weight, per bar 04c LiukePs Borax Soap, " " Otic 31b cartoon Crackers 20c Sugar, Am. Gran. lTths. for $1.00 « •' per sack $5.70 guitar subject to market changes. Comb Honey, frame 12.1 c Lemons, dcr dozen 18c to 20c Lard, st»s local 45c Gold Dust, .">«> package 20c Sea Foam Washing Powders 05c Lam)) Chimney, No. 2 10c lantern ('lobes 10c Hominy. H)K> sack 30c Cod Fish, 21b brick 16c Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4c gtarch, Corn, "J cans for 15c Standard brands of tobacco 10c ELLENSBURI GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO., D. H. Westcott, Manager. POST OFFICE HOURS General delivery open iroin li ji m. to 7p.m. Snndny* and holidays !l am. to lit a. m. Money urilt'i unci register department o...

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 September 1897

For tU.» S»«es> l » o:tl + + EAKTH. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS OK StJBSCRIPtION: _ . t Two Cents InfV™ t* i*At* sdvanoe,.... Fifty Cent. Filtered Nov. sth, 1894, at tbe postotnee' E EiburrKittiia S county, Wasblngtoi,. as entitled to second-class postal tales. Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddis block, up stairs. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR Read This. WE have on our books the names of more than 200 per sons living outside of Kittitas county, who are from one to three years in arrears for The Dawn. We have waited very patiently on them for the small sums due, and no doubt they have simply neglected sending it from time to time, and will doubtless remit when their attention is called to this mat ter. The names of all per sons outside of Kittitas county who are in arrears after Sept. 18th will be stricken from the books, unless an agreement is reached that will be satisfac tory to all concerned. AS WE VIEW IT. The National Bimetallism pri...

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 September 1897

I* ,^B^^^£F D ' MASHED, HATCH ED, MATCHED AND DISPATCHED. Progty nights, pleasant weather now. Bring on the promised wood. A light frost again Tuesday (owing- James Brashear went to Yakima this week. fj, Whitmore of Swauk, was in gnu! this week. Guss Perkins left for Portland Wednesday. The apple crop of Yakima coun ty is very short. John A. Shoudy came down born Blewett this week. Rumor has it that S. W. Greene k sß moved to Spokane. The public school opened Mon ty with a good attendance. J. I. Harrison of Easton, was a ritness in court this week. Bert Climer is visiting his fath irt family here this week. Louis Queitsch was down from gwauk this week on business. Hops in Yakima county are sell ing for 1H cents per pound. Billy Coombs of Easton, was down this week attending court. Eph. Allen of Leavonworth, was in the city several days this week. Mrs. D. W. Morgan left for a two months visit with friends in tbeEabt. Simon Justham, the game war den, was down from Roslyn last Sunday. ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 10 September 1897

Stat© screws I. E. Shranger & Co., have discon. tinued their banking business at Hamilton. A telephone line is to be built at once from Oaksdale to Thornton, Sunset and St. John. J. N. Tomalson, general merchant of Ostrander, died last week of infla mation of the bowels. A new saw mill will be erected at the head of Lapwai creek near Nez Perce by Palmer & Co. J. C. Bowen of Daveupjrt t.iresh ed a field of oats which weighed out 80 bushels to the acre. Fifteen new residents have settled in North Yakima and vicinity within a month, mostly from the east. Farmers around Latah have been compelled to pay from $3 to $3>s° per day lor harvest hands this .veek. D. Olliver, proprietor ol the roller mill at Colton is manufacturing high grade flour. He has several big or ders ahead. Montesano is considering a propo sition to purchase the Simpson water works system for $18,000, payable 20-year 6 per cent bonds. Chas. F. Bailey and Geo N. Tues ley have leased the Yakima Her ald and wil...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 September 1897

>Tlie Dawn and New Time oiae year For $l*lo. The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World for $1.15 VOL. 4- NO. 38. If IV 111 l II V/e are not in the habit of blowing about our pricrs but we are prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay! HTWE GIVE EXACT CHANGE.^ Arbuckles and Lyon Coffee 14c Savon Soap, full weight, per bar 04c Luckel's Borax Soap, <l " o(i c 3lb cartoon Crackers 20c Sugar, Am. Gran. 17tt>s. for $1.00 « '« " per sack $5.70 Sugar subject to market changes. Comb Honey, frame \2hc Lemons, dcr dozen 1 Sc to 20c Lard, 51bs local 45c Gold Dust, 31b package 20c Sea Foam Washing Powders 05c Lamp Chimney, No. 2 10c Lantern Clobes 10c Hominy, 10it> sack 30c ,Cod Fish, '2tt> brick l(>c Starch, Alabaster (iloss 4c Starch, Corn, 2 cans for 15c Standard brands of tobacco 40c ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO., D. H. Westcott, Manager. NEW FIRM ANNOUNCEMENT. Warner, Mm k Perl. REAL ESTA and This is a new firm of well known men, and they engage in the legitimat...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 September 1897

per tla.» 3P«ople now ©m. 4 + EARTH. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS OF subscription: paid in advMoV,'.'.'.'. Kilty Crate Furred Nov. sth, 1894, at tbe postoffleej ElleiisburK, Kittitas county, Washington' as entitled to second-class postal rates- Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Geddls block, up stairs. ROBERT A. TURNER. EDITOR Read This. We have on our books the names of more than 200 per sons living outside of Kittitas county, who are from one to three years in arrears for The Dawn. We have waited very patiently on them for the small sums due, and no doubt they have simply neglected sending it from time to time, and will doubtless remit when their attention is called to this mat ter. The names of all per sons outside of Kittitas county who are in arrears after Sept. 18th will be stricken from the books, unless an agreement is reached that will be satisfac tory to all concerned. Well, suppose there had been heavy crops of grain in the rest of...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 September 1897

ITB"WS EEPOSTED. ■^"Sn^SSSft,?°. LLlsl) ' MA »HEI>, HATCH ED* MATCHED AND DISPATCHED. Frosty nights, pleasant weather now. Dexter Shoudy was in city again this week. g. B. Geddis was in the city the fore part of this week. Clarence Wilson left for Helena, jfontana, on Tuesday night. The barber shops will be closed on Sunday's after Sept. 19th. S. T. Sterling is expected hack home about the Ist of October. Mrs. J- M. Ready has returned to the city from the state of Illinois. Miss Fannie Ayers of last year's Normal faculty is visiting friends in Everett. Rev. F. A. Agar of the Baptist church who was quite ill this week is convalecir.g. C. L. Collins and family returned from their outing at Long Beach Saturday evening. W. L. Trullinger, of Astoria, Ore., has taken charge of the city electric light plant. W. A. Thomas and wife returned from Salem, Ore., and Vancouver, Wash., Saturday evening. Soseph Reis is preparing to build a house and otherwise improve his block in Santa Anna addi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 September 1897

Spokane Fruit Fair, The next annual fruit fair will be held at Spokane October sth to 17th, under the management of H. Bolster. From past experiences the public may rest assured that this fair will again be a success. The methods ot conducting the fairs at this place are based upon principles which should characterize every gather ing of this kind where they are held. In the first place a location is select ed where people gathei; then pro vision is made so that all feeling in any way inclined will attend. These fairs are also an effective attraction for any outside points. Northern Pacific Fruit Trains. No doubt General Freight Agent S. L. Moore of the Northern Pacific was surprised when it was found that 22 cars would make up one ol the bi-weekly fruit trains inaugur ated last month. Three years ago Mr. Moore showed his interest in the development of the fruit indus try for the Pacific Northwest by coming out to our fruit conventions, which annual gatherings he has since attended....

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 September 1897

Tlxe I>fiA.vn ciitcl New Time one year For J^l.lo. The Dawn and Thrice { Weekly World for $1.15 VOL. 4- NO. 39. We arc not in the habit of blowing about our priors but we are prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay! GIVE EXACT CHANGE.^!] -Arbuekles and Lyon Coffee 14c gavon Soap, full weight, per bar 04c, Luckel's Borax Soap, " " ()(5c 3ib cartoon Crackers 20c Sugar, Am. (Iran. ITlhs. for $1.00 " •« '• per sack $6.70 Sugar subject to market changes. Comb Honey, frame 12.ic Lemons, dcr dozen ISc to 20c Lard, oths local 45c Gold Dust, :SH) package 20c Sea Foam Washing Powders 06c Lamp Chimney. No. 2 10c Lantern Clobes 10c Hominy. 101b sack ,'}oc Cod Fish, 21b brick 10c Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4c Starch, Corn, 2 cans for 150 Standard brands of tobacco 40c ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO., D. H. Wkstcott, Manager. NEW FIRM ANNOUNCEMENT. far, Tim k Potto. REAL ESTA T£-=^ This is a new firm of well known men, and they engage in the legitimate REAL ESTATE AND EXCHANGE...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 September 1897

•* FttTsllnlieol. For «*• People aw on. + 4. EARTH. ♦ 4 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS OF SUBS0BIPTION: teach week Two t^" l * line year, if paid in advance Fifty Cents Stored Nov. sth, 1804, »t the portofflce Ellensburir, Kittitas county, Washington as entitled to second-class postal rates- Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of (.eddis block, up stairs. ROBERT A. TURNER. EDITOR Thk idea of money as a com modity is relic of the barbarism of barter. The famine of India and failure of the potato crop in Ireland are blessings according to the goldbugs. We have some interesting facts in regard to the assessment of the county that we propose to publish shortly. The object of "government by injunction" is to prevent the ac cused from having the benefit of a trial by jury. The one essential in the issue of money is that there shall be no favoritism. All should be treated exactly alike. How many of our county offic ials have free passes over the N. P. railroad...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 September 1897

HASHED, SLASHED, ROLLED, MASHED, HATCH ED, MATCHED AND DISPATCHED. Pleasant weather, jr. W. Agatz has resigned as city clerk. Mrs. Hauntz Schlotteldt died in Roslyn on Monday. The farmers are putting their #heat on the market. Who could ask for finer weather for general ranch work? "John Schlotfeldt is down with typhoid fever in Roslyn. Raise more hogs and fewer dogs _of the four-legged tribe. Sheriff Wynegar went to Swaus: on official business this week. Windus and Powell have resigned as regents of the state Agricultural college. When you market your grain remember Thk Dawn if you are in arrears. Mrs. J. P. Becker is visiting friends and relatives in Snohomish county. J. A. Thomas says that 38 pupils enrolled in his school last week, in Dist. No. 4. Jessie McDonald, of East Kitti tas, is looking after a band of sheep for Mr. Monahan. It is estimated that there are folly 4,000 Indians picking hops in Yakima county. Fred Leonhard and family re turned from their two weeks' out ing ne...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 September 1897

State XTews In many of the harvest fields throughout the state the crews are working Sundays in order to save the grain. An investigation of the alleged Chinese smuggling at Port Town send has been commenced by the tederal authorities. Clarinda Soritchfield, a young woman cook near Noith Vakima, committed suicide last week because of a quarrel .villi two lovers. A movement is on foot in Seattle to abolish the civil service as pro vided lor in the city charter. It is stated that the service has been a failure. D.Stanton and wife, ot' Milton,, Ore., are searching tor their grand child in the Walla Walla country. It is believed that the girl was kid napped. Aberdeen is having a controversy over granting a franchise to the Northern Pacific railroad on certain streets, and considerable feeling has been aroused. The residence of Editor Freeman, of the Washington Farmer at Xonh Yakima, was destroyed by tire Sep tember ii. The loss was partly covered by insurance. Two fruit thieves were cap...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 2 October 1897

The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World for $1.15 VOL. 4- NO. 39. ii in Mi mi We arc not in the habit of blowing about our pricrs but we are prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay! [ISTWE GIVE EXACT CHANGE.^ Will soon have a Bakery in connection. Arbucklcs and Lyon Coffee 15c Bavon Soap, full weight, per bar 04c Luckel's Borax Soap, " " Otic oft cartoon Crackers 22c Sugar, Am. Gran. 151bs. for $1.00 " " '• per sack $5.40 Sugar subject t<> market changes. Comb Honey, frame 1:2.1 c Lemons, dcr dozen 18c to '2(>e Lard, stt»s local 56c Gold Dust, 31b package 20c Sea Foam Washing Powders 05c Lamp Chimney. No. 2 10c Lantern Clobes 10c Hominy, 10It» sack 30c Cod Fish, 2fc brick 16c Starch, Alabaster (lloss 4c Starch, Corn, 2 cans for 15c Standard brands of tobacco 45c .... The Largest and Cheapest assortment of Frnits and Vegetables ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMIBSION CO., D. H. Westcott, Manager. NEW FIRM: ANNOUNCEMENT. fan, TmtT & Pertts. REAL ESTA and This is a new fi...

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

For tue reoplo BOW on + + EARTH. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. terms ok subscription: Bach week Two Cents •ne year, if paid in advance Fifty Cents -Wared Nov. stb, 1804, at the DOStoflW Ellensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rates Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Qodclls block, up stairs. ROBERTA. TURNER. EDITOR Editoh of Thk Dawn, Ellensburg, Wash., Dear Sib:—At the suggestion of a mutual friend I send you with the enclosed letter which the Capi tal refused to print and yet com mented on it to the two thirds of a column. The idea of commenting on a letter which the editor refuses to print and to let the public judge as to its demerits or merits is manifestly unfair. It is contrary to all rules of journal ism and shows contempt for his constituents' opinions while being so radically a violation of good taste as to require no comment on my part. Kindly publish and oblige. Yours truly, Cyrus Field Willard. Editor ...

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

THE OiV»I» FOurtH Street. t. M. WILLIAMS, rnorniETou. -A- Large mm taoont of Candies and School Supplies. SIX GOOD POINTS ABOUT THE ANGLE LAMP EASY TO CARE FOR. ABSOLUTE NON.EXPI OSIVE A MONEY SAVER. NO UNDER. SHADOW VERY LITTLE HEAT A I ARGE BRILLIANT LIGHT. REMEMBER EVERY $ YOU SPEND WITH ME I RETURN 10 PER CENT IN TRADE Prof. Bruton was in the city Sat urday. Work has begun on the Thorp bridge. H. W. Eldred and wife were in town this week. J. L. Mills started his creamery at Thorp this week. J. G. Brashear returned from Yakima this week. J. J. Charlton made a flying vis it to Roslyn last week. Ben Hansen, of Swauk. was in town Friday last on business. The county commissioners meet in iegula> session next Monday. Elmer Sallady has accepted a position in the Roslyn electric light plant. A. M. Miller, of Wenas, was in the city this week and called on Thk Dawn. ■ W. T. Brashear and family re turned from the hop fields of Yak ima this week. Miss Sue Porter, of Roslyn, has accepted ...

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