Pacific States Newspaper Directory


 King ~ Klickitat County Washington Newspapers, 1894

King County

Population 65,031. King County is the leading county of Washington in population, resources and wealth. It has an area of over 1,800 square miles. Its most important resources are timber, iron, coal, copper, marble, and hardwood timber. Lumber manufacturing, next to coal mining, is the most important industry.

Ballard, Population 600

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Enterprise P. F. Morrow Sat. Peo. Par. 1891

Fremont, Population 600

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Saturday Review A. B. Ernst Sat. Dem. 1892

Seattle, Population 43,914

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Chautauqua Record J. W. Fairbank Month Educat'l 1891
Democrat P. Weinhagen Thru. Ind. 1892
Dramatic Star E.  E. Keeley Sat. Theater 1890
Natl. Farmer & Turfman Far. Pub. Co Friday Agricnl. 1847
Occidental Congregationalist E. Smith Month Religon 1892
People's Call People's Call Pub. Co. Thru. Peo. Par. 1891
Posten Scandinavian Pub. Co Thru. Ind. 1889
Post-Intelligencer Post-Int Co Daily Rep. 1867
Post-Intelligencer Weekly Edition Thru. Rep. 1867
Press-Times Olympia Pub. Co. Daily Ind.-Rep. 1886
Press-Times Weekly Edition Thru. Ind.-Rep. 1887
Puget Sound Merchants Review Sat. Ind. 1889
Pythian Herald Pyth. Herald Pub. Co Month Fraternal 1891
Ry. and Nav. Guide Koch & Oakley Month RR 1892
Telegraph Telegraph Pub. Co. Daily Dem. 1890
Telegraph Weekly Edition Thru. Dem. 1890
Soundings Will CarRon Sat. Lit.-Socie. 1891
Standard B. Oxendine Sat. Ind. 1891
Taxation Lee Millner Sat. Single Trx. 1892
Trade Register Lovett M. Woods S. M. Commer 1893
Typographical Review   Month Type 1892
Vestra Posten Scandinavian Pub. Co. Friday Ind. 1889
Washington Odd Fellow A. E. Partridge Month Odd Fellow 1892
Wash. Poultry Journal F. VanDusen Month Poultry 1800
Washington Workman J. H. Caskey Sat. A.O.U.W. 1892

Slaughter, Population 900

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Argus M. L. Sherpy Thur. Ind.-Rep. 1889

Kittitas County

Population 8,791. The resources of Kittitas are timber, coal, iron, gold and silver, besides the natural agricultural products. The timber, coal, farming and stock interests are already firmly established.

Ellensburg, Population 2,771

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Alarm Token R. A. Turner Month Ind. 1893
Capital Capital Print Co. Thur. Rep. 1887
Gospel Preacher W. W. Sone Month Religon 1891
Localizer; D. J. Schnebly Sat. Ind.-Rep. 1883
The Dawn Robert A. Turner Month Populist 1893

Roslyn, Population 1,484

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Sentinel Sentinel Co. Friday Ind. 1893

Kitsap County

Population 4,623. The industries are confined principally to three immense lumber milling establishments, whose aggregate capacity is about 500,000 feet per day. Much of the soil is adapted to fruit and vegetables, and considerable fruit and grain is grown.

Charleston, Population 400

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Sons of Veterans Emmett Clark Month Fraternal 1894

Sidney, Population 850

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Independent W. L. Wheeler Sat. Rep. 1888
Pioneer-Sentinel Pio. Sen. Pub. Co Friday Peo. Par. 1889

Silverdale, Population 350

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Sentinel S. A. Dickey Friday Ind. 1889

Klickitat County

Population 5,150. This county is largely given up to stock raising, although it has in the country about its chief town of Goldendale a district in which diversified agriculture is now well established.

Centerville, Population 345

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Klickitat Leader Farmer's Pub. Co. Thur. Non-pol. 1890

Goldendale, Population 800

Publication Proprietors Issued Politics Year
Courier Tax Payers Pub. Co. Friday Peo. Par.Ep. 1890
Sentinel Goldendale Pub. Co. Thur. Rep. 1885

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Source: Pacific States Newspaper Directory, Sixth Edition, Palmer & Rey Type Foundry, San Francisco, 1894

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