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The dawn. (Ellensburg, Wash.) 1895-1898, April 18, 1896, Image 4

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\ Consumption's
Cruel Record.
I More than two-fifths of
>all deaths in this country;
!are caused by con sump-;
! tion and pneumonia. This;
! diagram tells the story: j
; Pneumonia and (
; Heart dlten**.', MKMHB |
Apoplexy WMWKM \
; Cancer p| (
By the timely use of!
I Dr. Acker's English Rem-]
edy, consumption and!
pneumonia are quicklyi
and absolutely cured.*
Take it at the first sign!
of sore throat and lungs.*
S 3 Sizes; 25c., 50c., $1. All Druggist). •
jtcKEr. Mkihci.se Co. 10-18Chambers.St.N'.Y.i
NORTHERN
PACIFIC R. R.
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fciiilmanSleeping Cars.
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist. Sleeping Cars.
(ST. PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS,
EHJLUTH,
FARGO,
TO \ GRAND FORKS,
I CROOKBTON,
! WINNIPEG,
{ BUTTE.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
OHIiJAGO
WASHINGTON,
PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK,
BOSTON AND ALL
POINTS EAST and SOUTH.
Tin*: « 4Ri».
No. i West bound arrives 8:10 a. m.:
departs 8 20 a. in.
Itfo. '1 East bound arrives 10.40 p. ni.
departs at 10:45 p. m.
Through tfoketr to .lapart and Chins, via
Taeoina and Northern Pacific SteaßMhip Co,
An American Line.
For information, thiw cards, mans,
tickets call on or write
11. M, Baldwin Agent,
Ok Ellensburg. Wash.
a. D. CHARLTON
Assist. Geo. Pass. Agt.
355 Morrison St., Corner Third,
PORTLAND. ORE.
Parmer's, laboring men, merchants, doc
tors and lawyers, attention! Have you sc
oured one of tbe National Accident Socie
ty's popular $12,000 combination accident
policies, costing only $20 per year? If not,
yet ene :it once from from O. M- Latimer,
Ajjent, Room 5", Goddis Block. [Ttf.
Warren's Money Chart
Is the finest, best and cheapest Populist
educators in print; will do more for the
Populist party than any other work pub
lished. The only wovk published that
♦«tains Wan-en's Bi-Metallic Code,
Nfee I/* cents. Fov-ial* by the Daws,
Tbe Populists in Victor, Col.,
won a great victory in municipal
election last week.
Tbe republicans of Rhode Island
have adopted resolutions in favor
of the single gold standard.
The Oregon republicans adopted
the Minneapolis plank of ISD2 and
favor sound money or bimctalism.
Missouri democrats declared for
free silver.
Kansas democrat** declare for
free silver
Missouri republicans are for
sound money.
Oregon democrats have declared
for tree silver.
Texas democrats have declared
lor sound money.
Illinois Prohibitionists have de
clared for free silver.
Democrats in the following coun
ties are for free silver:
Jefferson, Whatcom, Pacific,
Yakima, Lewis, and Thurston'
Those in the following counties
have declared lor "sound money/ 1,
Skagit, Columbia.
READ THIS.
We have almost enough
money pledged to procure the
press, a part of which is paid
in, and those who have not
paid, are requested to do so
at once, as we must order the
press as soon as possible.
MtETING OF THE COMMITTEE,
The Paoplos' Patty County Central C mmittee
meets rcenlnrly on the Second Saturday iv
each month at 1:30 p. in... at the Populist club
rooms, Eael) Commit teem mi is especially
requested to attend. Ererybody invited!
1.. A VINCENT.
Secretary.
Adjustable cook stove backs
and dampers, will fit all kinds
of stoves, for sale by Hornbeck
& Emigh,
riifurniMlied Room* in brick building for rent.
All modem convenience. Single or double rooms
handy for hou*e-keepingj Price ftl, to $i.5(.' each.
Eiutiire at the Dawn Office'
Go to Hornbeck & Emigh
for fishing tackle. Their prices
are positively right and do not
need fixing. ;;,llt '
No. 1. of a quarterly series under
tbe title 44 Voice of Labor," a hand
some pamphlet of about 80 pages,
is in press and will be ready for de
livery about April Ist. Subscrip
tionpriee per year. 50c, Send for
it at once. Address, S. V. Pernod,
Choteau, Mont.
The populist national convention
will be held at St. Luuis July 22.
We want the readers of
= THE TDA.XVIST-s=
To remember chat we are still doing business at the old stand.
No old Goods on Hand,
Nothing Misrepresented!
Farm produce taken in exchange for dry goods and groceries
NEW YORK STORE.
s c: v c: n
ALL CONNECTION
With Trusts,
And Patronize a Farmers Mill.
We will lake your wheat, make
it inio Flour, find you a mar
ket for it and Guarantee y<nt,
O THE O
HIGHEST 8 MARKET 8 PRICE
YOUR WHEAT!
We hare employed, the Best
Miller on the Pacific Coast.
ALL THAT WE ASK IS A
■rap TRIAL. CD—
Vizey & Greene.
ft I f A NS
One Gives Relief.
Money in Farming:
It is a notable fact thai all farming inter
ests improve where it is possible to utilize
tbe water that the wells on the farm will
droduce. How few people think of the val
ue of water for irrigation, and what cnuid lie
produced ai a minimum co t if It were used.
The question has been heretofore how to get
tbe water to the surface economically, and
ihif has been accomplished by the "use of
Gasoline or Kerosene Oil Gas Bnftitte. manu
factured by Palmer & Uey Type Foundry,
4(i.*» Sansome street, San Francisco, Cab
OUR STAR OF HOPE W*
HAVING I RECEIVED t AX
1 IMMENSE STOCK OF-jg^.—
Tinware, and Notions. The largest Stock
everyßeceived by any House in this City.
Prices as Low as the Lowest!!
Everybody Invited to Call and Inspect our Stock
Plumbing, Pipe Work and General Jobbing.
SATISFACTION (MIITIII
SECOND-HAND GOODS
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
HORNBECK &
State of Salem Insurance Co.
Holders of policies in
the above Co., will find
it to their advantage
to call at the office of
the undersigned, where satisfac- .
tory arrangements can be madr '
for EXCHANGE of
those policies for poli
cies of the BRITISH
AMERICAN */. A S UR
ANCECO.,of Toronto.
O. M. LATIMER,
Agent, Room 61 Geddis
Block, ELLENSBURG
WASUINGTON
ft BURK'S EXPRESS #
I desire to say to one and all that I am
ready and willing to do all kinds ol
work in my line in aud around town.
# L. R BURK. 0
COLD FACTS Is a complete oora
perulium of valuable
facts and figures regarding the finanoes
of the United States, during the past 3&
years. For sale at the Dawn office »t
10c per copy, or the Dawn 1 year and
"Cold Facts" for 50 cents.
"Cold Facts" is one of the beat littl*
pamphlets on the market.—Chicago
Sentinel
For 10 ct. ax handles go t*-
Hornbeck & Eniigh-

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