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The weekly dawn. [volume] (Ellensburg, Wash.) 1894-1895, August 11, 1894, Image 4

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LOCvIL JVA'TTtf.
tf. S. Prowell in up froir. Kiona.
Upv Beit returned to town this
weak.
•Tlios. L. Gamble of Cle-Elum wa«
ys top/n tliis week.
S. 'V, M.-vxey and wife returned
from Yaki ih*/Thursday.
F. I), Selinebiy made a Hying
teip to North Yakima, this week.
Hon. L. It. Grimes and wife of
tflympia, are in the city thi'j week.
A Mires and family arc on the
TS&anawav camping, hunting and
iahing.
Dr. Bean and family are spend
ing a few days outing on the Teana
«ray above Ilye-Patch.
F. f). Schnebly returned Sunday
swjui the Nanum. He reports ev
twybody enjoying themselves.
T. 1). <>uinn, a good Populist of
Wenas, was on our streets Monday
wxlb a l< u'l of tine peaches.
•frank cJossong and family and
'Vrjj. Kcliiukeand family have gone
sftr a weeks outing up the Nanum.
hi C. Park, formerly of this
«cty, but now a resident of San Fran
-ajseo. if-' visiting relatives in this
tralley.
T. J. Hamilton, U. S. Marshal for
aids Territory under Cleveland's for
®«r administration, was in town
tttis week.
'V:a. V'ouN'eida and family re
flttrned on Wednesday from their
■rating on the Nanum. He reports
« vary nic& time but says there so
Many out gunning and so much
xackles.i shooting that one is hardly
aafe.
Mrs. R. A. T urnerand two children !
are visiting Mrs. Turner's mother,
and brothers near Waterville. Robt.
Weeden and family accompanied
tibem on the trip.
Commissioners Court is in session
2ualizing the taxes. What the peo-1
a are more interested in is to J
ibiow whero the money is coming
Qtom to pay the taxes,
Congress is haying their usual!
nonkey ani parrot time over the J
tariff. If they pass any tariff leg- i
ialation at all, the people may restj
assured it will be in the interest of,
irusts and combines. \
Robert Weeden of Seattle, broth-1
•r-in-law of ye editor came over the j
mountains with his family by pri-j
vate conveyance via., Snoqualmie |
road recently. He reports the road j
m a horrible condition.
Mr. I), (i. I'. Baker informs us'
that threa families will shortly leave i
Kearney. M for Wash., seeking I
bomes. Drouths and hot winds
have proved too much for them to
remain longer in the prairie State, J
1
At the called meeting of the Kit-1
sitas County Horticultural Associa- j
&>n last Saturday, a quorum failed
to materialize. It is highly neces-'
aary that the citizens of this county i
aither through some organization or,
in;>ke some arrange
ment for representation at the State j
'faiv at North Yakim and the In-;
lire State Fair at ... -.ma, and that'
flfton, as there is n< .u.e to l»e lost. '
MACE REM VED § J B FOGARTY
L. A. Yinceht,
tUtotncij at £<viu.
Will practicr in all the Courts of tht
State. ()ffic;e oyer Suites Bank.
ELLEN'S BURGH, WASH.
Money To Loan
ON FARMS.
F. Leonhard, EL ™ R3H '
l<||| I TIAV of the Industrial Problem from
an Original Standpoint. Send
JMc. for details. .J Hecker, Kedlands, Calif.
IUVVAT waD t sample copies of 50 of the
|"j IUL best Populist papers published! 1
]f so, send us 10c. or 15c and cet the 50 pa
pers and the Montblv Dawn one year. Ad
dress, Thk Dawn, Ellensburp, Wash.
THE WHITE HOUSE!
The People will capture it in '9G. Sow
the count 1-3- down with Third Party lit
erature. 1 will print your name and
address on the Peoples' Party Exchange
List for a silver dime; and you wiH re
ceive a lar?e number of the leading Third
Party papers for reading and distribu
tion. J. Ji. Padgett, Eunis, Texas.
TRUE CO OPERATION. IN A
XE W PRO. LXI7.A TI(J.\
which cau be i-tar ted at once in :tnv locality,
where labor is idle. It is operating in sev
eral States already. Anv organization cau
take up the new Work and relieve the op
pressed. Are vou sincere in askiu.tr for bet
ter conditions? This plan gives no excuse.
For printed information, address,
[4-inoJ E. Z. Ernst, Olatha, Kaft'
T/f'C
VIAL: or an
wWM. ecouomic story, graphically written,
of the Industrial Ariny in its march on to
Washington, in which the Labor Problem of
the age thoroughly elucidated and scientific
ally solved. The "work is a comprehensive
and practical illustration of the Initiative
awl Referendum and clearly explains what
Is intended and sure to be effected by this,
one of the most statesmanlike principles ad
vocated by the People's Party.
THK GREATEST I'OrULIST VOTK-MAKER
FOR J.HE CAM PAIttN OF ISfM-6.
Its low price places it within the reach of ull
.Single copies 10 cents. Specia) rate? to
County Central Committees for large num
bers for distribution during the campaign.
Head it and be convinced that the only sal
vation for our country and the rescue and
elevation of the masses* re9ts in the Referen
dum. Address Thk lone Vai.ley Echo*
Box 31 • lone, Amador Co., 4L'al.
! WILLIS'
ft * * Jfr
OPPOSITE '
FIRE - ENGINE - HOUSE
Ih the place to get anything in the line
of Crockery, Glassware, Wood and
Willow-ware, Tinware, Bird Cages.
Picture, Jardiniers. Flower Pots,
Tabic Oil Cloth, Chamber Sets,
Cuspidors* Lumps aud Skates.
•*o|~ rr T+ ■
LOTS OF USEFUL NOTIONS
—OX TIIE—
TEN CENT
COUNTER.
Toys and Notions of all kinds at
Reasonable Prices.
All dealings »n an Independent. Liber
al and lltsirf-'i I-i~—»u suit the times
and the po»>plt\ 'Co tf»
THE BAZAAR!

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