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By » FANNY FIELD.*'
Tfiomor,'profit- '■■ wltrj Hais9r in Americn
WRITTfKX< !'.! S ,i v r'OR THOSR WHO
AKi: I? lERKRVEU i •. POULTRY ANI> WISH
To MAKK IT PROFITABLE*
CONTENTSt
Ct.- \ks $~.)0 ON l -wo COWL.
Cost or keeping an i • vvls PR yeak.
Cost raising Cm id six months
os . .:. . Si ring management.
{ ',;' (' EGGS PROM 100 HENS A YEAR.
>v to Feed For Egos in winter.
1. ■ • mtng housi s. Clbanliwßss.
i s AMONG fHK FOWLS.
i. .... . » Pahmr , Farmers' Wives*
M Ri-i'oijlnv
a cletir profit of
•51,500 a year. [Bator,
h't oe ioo eggs with i.mi •
r Heoilers. Food fok Chicks.
Teh Raising. Keeping Eggs.
The. use of Death of young Turkeys
Keep 1 1 Poultry on a Village lot.
AM i anic's Wife clears $300 annuullf
on <ilcrs. FEED IN WINTER.
Ap al Raising ou Chicks.
[ncubators. Brooders. Adfr
J t '•• ; \i'o>;s. Caponizing. wKm
;. i EIT.S Everything auoi i Bffjgg
9 rint Poultry business.
S U Write 39S Ctntn, jw»t paid.
1: ale at The Dawn Ofice,
Elleusburg, wash.
T3CS p&lffli*
PTJ BLISHEE W EEKLY.
50 CENTS PER YEAR.
BODT, d. TURNER, KDLTOR.
OFFICE Rsona iiU UeddfN |lllorli
P^AI)VERTISKMENTS lo appear In this
paper must be handed In nol later than
Thuhspay i p. m . to Insure publication.
(Entered as 2nd. '-lass Matter at the Kllcns
jmruh !'ost-< >!Ho< . Kittitas County, Wash
ing:!):;, Novi mbi v .Mb, I8!M. 1
It is elan* hnr.-<. mil tin rights of
men under the lows that we fight,
./ CD ICJOI r S .I J) YKR Tl sI \ O
HAS CRKA! Xl) MANY A NKW IM'SIXKSS:
Has ISNI.AIU.iHI) MANY AN OLD BUSINKSS;
Has rkvivici) m vny a im m. bfsinkss:
.Ha- kix-i ki> many a i.ost iv sinkss:
Has SAVKD MANY aFA 11.! N«i BCBINKS.S;
BAS PKKBKHN Kl> MANY A I.Alii.lo IU SINKSS:
ANDSKCI KKH BFCCKSa IN ANY 15F SI X KSH.
MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE,
The People's Pmtv Comity Central C-onmlt
tae tiieets reKtihirlv bu the Second Saturday In
well mouth n! l-.iiOp.ni., nt Wood's Harness
Slinj,. Kneh Couunltteeinun is especially re-
to attend. Everybody Invited!
!.. \ VINCENT, '•' l>. WOOD,
Secretary. Chairman.
Special Notice.
To ail Chairman and Secretaries of the County Cen*
sral Committees of the People's Party of the State of
Washington;—lt n necessary for the State Central
Committee of the People s party throughout the state,
in order that we may be able to communicate \v»tn
them iminedttel* inrelation the future political action.
You are .heref re respectfully requested to communi
eeicwith us at 'Hi..-, giving name and address.
M P. Buwgb», M. I). Wool./,
Chairman- Secretary
Jin ■ 11« Pncincave,, Tacomsj Wash)
Nebhaska Populists elected 220
county officers.
Tin: Populists of lowa did ex
ceedingly well. They cast 50,000
votes and elected 12 members of
th/- legislature
The Populists of Colorado have
a majority of 7,000 votes over the
republics ns.
Virginia Populists elected (5
state senators and 27 members of
ihe house of delegates.
1 Jcdok Tuebon M. Rick, of Mo.,
an old line (Ireenbacker and Popu
liwt, is no more, having passed over
\he dark river.
Thk Populists of Mississippi e
lected 8 members of the legislature
i and polled 23,000 votes after the
democrats bad bodily stolen the en
tire Populist platform.
The Populists of 1 >enver, (1010.,
I were la I year defeated by 17,000
votes, while this year, they cleaned
up ili*' city by a handsome majori
ty. Bully for the Top-.
We are tabulating the official
j Populist vote of 1892, '93,-9 I and
'95, as fast as we get the official
I vote of this year, and when com
pleted. will publish the same.
I\ 92 counties in Kansas th°
Populists make a showing of 17. !
county officers secured by the late
elections, or 6 more than the total
i won by them in tin 100 counties
in 1893.
A national bank- busted a week
.or bo ago with three copper cents in
i the vaults. The officials were all
I "sound money" advocates which
probably accounts for the coppers
being left.
We are sorry to learn that Brick
; Pomeroy's Advance Thought. The
Missouri Commoner, and Ex-Gov.
i paper—Our Nation's Crisis, all good
I Populist papers, are no more, hav
| ing died for want of financial sup
; port. Shame, where is thy blush.
I he national committee of the
republican party is 154,000 in debt,
and proposes to raise that sum by
a bonus from the city wherein the
next convention is held. Jt would
be just like them to repudiate every
; dollar of it. if it was possible to
palm the job off onto the Populists.
If the next Populist state con
vention is held at Tacoma it will
be a matter of impossibility for
Eastern Washington to be repre
sented at convention, but if it ig
held at Ellensburg, all Eastern
and Southern Washington can at
tend, for they can drive across the
country and reach the city as they
did in '92. Ellensburg is the place
boys. Come on!
WANTED:—Sevara! trustworthy gentlemen or U.
ff dies to travel in Washington fbi established
reliable house Salary $780 and expenses. -He dy
position. Lnclose reference and self address id stamp,
ed envelope. The Dominion Company, rhird Floor
Omaha Ulda., Chicago, 111, (iff)
Looking glasses cheap,
At The Cyclone.
MR, Editor:—Whither are we
drifting is the question, 1 would
like to ask you, and lias the moral
standard of Hie people of Ellcns
bnr,«; sunk lo a lower level! It has
been but a short time since one of
the worst crimes known to a civil
ized community—that of lynching
-was committed in our midst.
Ii was known to most of the au
thorities that proportions were
being made to commit the deed
and yet I here was not a voice of au
thority raised commanding them
to desist, but it was freely talked
that ii was encouraged by officers
high in authority, and since the
outrage. I here iias not been an act
or resolution passed by our city
council condemning the crime that
has blackened the fair name of our
city . and now, what next? 'he
good mora! citizens meet in eon
veution and by acclamation nom
inate the same city council and
mayor to continue to till the offices
they have so most signally (lis
graced. II cannot be that the bet
ter moral element will support
such a ticket, but they are good
republicans, and in that party,
every I hing goes.
John Smith.
Parmer's, I .boring men, merchants, doc.
tors and lawyers, attention! Have you se
cured one of Hi" National Accident Socle*
ty's popular >i-', ll, a combination accident
policies, costing only $20 per year t If not,
gel ene it once from from <>. M. Latimer,
Agent, Boom 5.">, Ueddia Block. [7tf.
A DOUBLE HEADER.
IIEIT RLICAN DEMOCRATIC
1873 1898
Two acts of legislation that have
caused more sorrow and distress
Hid loss of property than any two
wars America, has ever passed
through were passed in 1873 and
L 893. The first was passed when
the republicans controlled both
Houses of Congress and the Presi
dent. The first changed all the
contracts from a lawful money con
tract to a coin contract. The sec
ond changed all contracts from coin
money to a gold contract. The
first, eastern democrats assisted the
republicans to pass. The second,
republicans helped the democrats
to pass. How (lo you like the big
double-headed mongrel?
GO I 'ERNMENT OWNER
SHIP.
Continued from First page,
intelligent audiance that the own
ership of railroad and telegraph
lines by the government is imprac
ticable. The operating oi railroads
is on a line with telegraph's and
the statement has been made time
and again that freight can be car
ried at a profit for half-cent a mile
per ton. and has never been suc
cessfully contradicted, or that a
passenger could not be taken from
New York to .San Francisco for
$2.50. Now hear the poor little
dwarfed, deformed beings, called
republicans and democrats, howl.
\ POPCTJST.
Amount That May be Saved Eva-.
Year by Government Own<SiS Ul p
of Railroads.
By abolishing 590 presidents,
with their staffs,(one would do),* Vbfflum
Abolishing the high priced '
managers and their staffs. 4 000 ooa
Abolishing attorneys and legal '
expenses, 130M|
Abolishing merely competitive
offices, solicitors, etc.. 12/WOJi
Abolishing3-7of the advertising
account, which is incurred for
competitive purposes 5,0000s
Abolishing traffic associations, 1
which are employed to adjust
matters between competing rds. 4,ooo,Qri|
Exclusive use of short routes, 25,00QjS
Consolidation <>f working de
pots, offices and staii>, 2O,»)O0,00i
uniformity of rails, curs, ma*
chiuery, etc., ch< apenlng their
manufacture, avoiding freight
blockade-, return of "empties"
belonging to other roads, clerk
age to keep accl. of cars and ad
just divisions of earnings a
ittong the roads j by making
simple easily understood tariff]
saving the time and labor of
clerks and the public, by all
the numberless little econo
mies of a vast corporation un
der a single management, avid
no competitive warefare to
waste it- energies, i.fy)uOsi
By avoiding strikes and develop
,ing a better feeling generally, 10,000,W
By abolishing the corruption
fund used in legislatures, etc., :i0,000,0».
By abolishing the pass evil, 3O,OUo,<fc
B> aholisning unjust rebates etc. .V),ooo,ijii|
By having no rem or Interest, 285,000,11
By having no dividends to pay, sty-KHW
By putting surplus in the peo.
pie', treasury, fyOfttyx*
Total savings by public the
ownership of railways, $001,000,1
Warren's Money Chart
Is the finest, best and cheapest Populisi
educator- in print: will do more forth
Populist party than any other work pub
lished. Tlie only work published tb«
Warren's Bi-Metallic Code.
Price Icents. Fur sale by the Daws,
The < hristinn Endeavor society of theChtn
of Christ will give v millinery social at Armor;
Hall this evening, which is expected to bear
enjoyable uft'air. A short literary and musical
p;ogram will be Riven and refreshments served.
The main feature is the hai i:iminitio,wbirb
will he done by the gentlemen, the ladieffy
uishing the huts tiud trimmings The ganjM
man trimining n hat in the best style wifil
(riven a prize. Each lady attending is requesiei
to bring hats, and trimmiag for same. Every
eodv is cordially invited t<i attend and hsvei
good time. Admittance, iu< hiding refreshmsw
only one dime.
S B V EH
ALL CONNECTION
With Trusts,
And Patronize a Farmers Mill
II 'c will take your wheat, vidt
/t into Flour, find you a Mfl
hot for it and Guarantee, ym
45 CENTS A BUSHEL FOX
OUR WHEAT!
We have employed the Bd
Miller on the Pacific Coast
ALL THAT WE ASK IS *
Vizey & Green*

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