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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 October 1903

The Big Store. Special, Large si/.e Veils in Blue Urown While and black.ehcnoil dots,border dllTerent colorsoc Chiffon veilings in black, white and colors, prices from . 25c to 7SC The latest effects in fancy veilings at very low price Celebrated "Thelmn" Kid Gloves in all tbe popular shades for fall $I.^o The "Champion" Kid Gloves in all shades and Sizes Jp 1.1 5 DOIS'T FORGET TJ I X PLACE. Chas. H. FluiTimerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & GROCERIES. i - SQItE AGENT FOR JVIIULiARS ROASTED COffEE. The Local cJ^ews. W. J. Welsh of [toslyn, is in tlie city to day. J. E. Frost made a trip to La-ton Tuesday. Mrs. W. T. Francis visited at Thorp yesterday. R»v.'W. M. Kenney is in Kaven-dalo today on business. Hey. Father Sweens visited Koslyn Tuesday afternoon. | Jas. G. Boyle is in Butte Montana, this week on business, Thos. McCaustland of North Vakima fas in the city Monday. Harry Frost has set all his bill boards back four feet from the walks. \V. E. Forman started in on ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 October 1903

We place on Special Sale our entire stock of Nottingham. Renaissance Swiss Net And Irish Point Lace Curtains, in Ecru, or White, full lengths and full widths, UK FOR YOUR. TOWN. own Is Vs'ortity Of Your Presence It Entitled To Your Support. How many ol our citizens realize that it is an Imperative duty for each one of them to do \\ hat be can toward making the town in which he lives generally prosperous and popular. He 0 tnnot afford to be indifferent to any thing that will hither its advancement. 1 a town is not worthy the devotion of iv citizens toward bringing it promi nently before the public eye, it is a town which his stagnated and will eventu illy die. The same may be >ai lof a citizen who is so lacking in energy and patriotism as to refuse his aiil iv any laudible enterprise, lie lasstopped >till and will soon be utter ly ignored as a business man, barely recognized as a man at all. The town in which a man makes his home should lie close to his heart, his interests are...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

Cbe Ellensburg Dawn. VOL. X. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCT. 22. 1903. NO. 43- BEAUTIFUL KITTITAS. SOME INTESESTINO READING While not New to Pioneers It Will be News to Many Who Live Here Now. HOMESEENERS DESIRE ALL INFORMATION Possible About the Valley and its History That They May Draw Their Own Con clusions Regarding It. la the laH of the territorial leg Mature in session at Olympia, carved Yakima county in twain creating from the northern portion a new county and Darned it Kittitas. The county thus created contained at that time a popu lation of about 1,200 people, and was practically the Wilderness ot Washing ton Territory, having not a single mile of railroad within its borders and no immediate prospects of any. All sup plies from the outside world were freighted from the Dalles in wagons, and there was nothing grown within its borders that it would pay to ship, tattle were raised in abundance, but were driven to market over the moun tain trails, soma t...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

2 -^UNSERWEAR Teachers' Institute. The annual sessions of the Kittitas county teachers' Institute will be held in the public school building next week beginning October 2<>. The public is cordially invited to attend each and every session. Patrons aud school offi cers should make a special effort to at tend a portion of the time. Study the program aud attend those sessions that will be of most interest and protit to you. Wednesday has been made a special day and every school officer in country and town should not fail to at tend this session. The following is the program for the week. MONDAY, OCT. 2t), I'JO3. Forenoon:— 9:oo—Enrollment and Opening Exercis es. Invocation, - lie v. Alfred Lock wood 9:3o—Opening Address, Prof. Wilson 10:00—Primary Arithmetic, Prof. J. H. j -Morgan. 10:30—Social. 10:40—School Management, Prof. F. M. McCully. 11:10—Address, - Dr. R. Boone Afternoon: — I:3o—Opening Exercises. I:4o—Music, • Prof. Calkins Loo Spelling, - D. G. i>iug 2:lo—Primary He...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

*" WINTER HOUSE PLANTS. ' How to Ilitl»«" I'Mower* For (he Home From Ilulbn. The flowers thai grow from bulbs are veil suited tn Indoor gardening, says the York World. Hyacinths In nil their pretty hues will keep In bloom throughout the winter, tulips will grow with vivid color as n reward for a lit tle attention, while the Jonquil, narcis sus ami crocus, spring's harbingers, will mistake the warm room lor a sun shine thawed earth and peer forth when till outdoors is frozen. The pink and yellow primrose veil In small poti ami lends graceful adornment tn a table. Cnlln lilies are universal favorites. Smilax and Ivy can be trained tn throw their graceful sprays wherever most desired. A hardy plant called the Wandering jew is so true to its name that from a few small cuttings It will spread in a few weeks nil over the fine of the earth that surrounds It and retain at will round Its flowerpot or vase. Chrysanthemums should surely not be emitted from a list of wittier house plants. Trans...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

4 Good Health Good Health Publishing Co.. tf-.11. \Vashington Aye.. N . Battle Creek, Mich. People who fully appreciate n Sor*t> MlNti In a s.'iM' Boijy read Good Health with pleas ure and profit because n gives In condensed form all tbe latest and best information to be had on the subject of rinht living. J. H. Kel logg. M. l>.. il.'-editor, i- physician 'ti ehlel ot ; one of the lamest medical und surgical insti tutes in the wind. Subscription price. 11.00 per yeor. Send r sumblecopy. Fresli Bread Pies and Cubs Delivered at your >'"<>!• every morning by the American Bakery Wai <os ', ! R. A. Puett. Beldin & Beldin "We 1 'aint Everything." The Artist "B & B" n .. • •. - : - ... H ...... . i that vci n (ci saury combination ot the ••Know-How" to use them. . - i>i'»t uud costs iiO more than tit. other kind. Remember we paint everything' and can give estimates at any time I Puget Sound Supply Company Seattle. .... Wash. We buy all kinds of farm produce and...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

A Lace Curtain Sale SATURDAY, OCT. 5. Simon P. Fogarty Company's Cash Store. Roslyn Locals. Daniel Coble of Ellensburg was in city on business Wednesday. Attorney E. E. Wager of Ellensburg was in the city last Monday. County Attorney C. V. Warner was up from Ellensburg Tuesday looking after tie- State's interest in the trial of Mrs. Forbush. Wm. Lewis has been appointed road supervisor in district. No- -• by the county commissioners. This district includes the northwest, portion of the county, CleElum and Roslyn. The Summit Coal company is open ing up a coal mlne«abouta mile north of CleElum. A tramway, 5000 feet long, will the mine with the Roslyn branch. About, $50,000 has been expended to put this property in working shape, and it will soon add its quoto to the coal production of thi district. —Miner. Wejplace on Special Sale our entire stock of Nottingham. Renaissance Swiss Net And Irish' Point Lace Curtains, in Ecru, or White, full lengths and full widths, all this season's pat...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

6 gllcnsburg $niun. entered Nov. sth 1894, at the Ppatofflce, Bllens- B DWK%Wttsnington, as entitled to second olms postal rales. Trims' PBR YKAK. Cash JJ'SS U- NOT l-Ain WITHIN TMBBB MONTHS ! lI.M Ofmcb: 312 North Main Street, between I'htrd and Fourth Streets, tn Webb block. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4>ooo Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 OUK NEW FORM. We present to our readers this week T H E DAWN in the latest Improved mag a/.ine form Owing to tbe ircreas lng demand for advertising space, it became absolutely necessary to In crease our space and we could not see our way dear to add to or double tbe si/c *ev.n columu quarto, so we con cluded to adopt the popular magazine form, and increase the number of pa pers. ■ rhis new form makes advertising space much more protitable to our pat rons, besides it gives us a chance to make our advertisements stand out m an attractive manner, all being In close proximity to reading matt...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

Chas. H. Flummcrfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. The Local cJ^ews. Wood is now worth *4.00 per cord. Editor Randal] has been on the sick list this week. T. B. Goodwin of Thorp, was in the City Saturday. S. J, Kendall of Thorp, spent Sun day in this city. Win Sherwood of North Yakima was the city yesterday. The headgate of the town ditch has been shut down. Jamo- G. Boyle spent several days in Seattle thi- week. Miss Claud is Finn is in Tacoma this week visiting friends. Mrs. M. A. Standley and son,Millard were in the city Tuesday. The T srpsichorean club will give its next dance on t October 30. Clarence Poland made us a substan tial call Satuday afternoon. Sunday was a lovely day, warm ami pleasant aud perfectly still. Our market quotations are absolutely Correct ami can be relied on. Mrs. W. J. McCaustland of Seattle, js in the city this week visiting. Miss Lena Yinuette and Harry Wis tard were married Tuesday ev...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

8 HOW TO KEEP WARM. Value of NewMMti *»« » Protection AuaiiiNt Cold* Few people know thai by the use ol newspapers they ran keep warm ii ! colli weather when without il they would suffer, says n writer In th>' Washington I'ost. Severn I sheets of pa per pinned to the inside of a man's or boy's vest before putting ii <>n and an- Other part of several Ihieknosses worn under the vest win - ' going oul into the coM v. ill lake Hie place of an overcoat lo poor mail who lias none and will furnish as much wnrntth. Many poor families Imve not bed clothing *• 11«>11u.ii in winter to protect them from colli during extremely cold nights. Sui li families cnu iiimUc them solves perfectly comfortable hy spread ing three or four newspapers between the scant bedclothlng they have. They vill l c agreeably sin-prised lo lind thai tlie papers are equal to the heaviest blanket hi excluding the cold. If peo ple generally understood the merits of this simple remedy and practiced ii. there wou...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

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Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

10 A.HONG THE CHURCHES. Ittrrs of Inttft** Fu-n;shed b> Correspond enu from the Various Churches. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN Preaching Services a: 11 a. m. sr.: * p. tn. every Sunday. Sunday school a: 10 a. to. Everybody invited. Strang ers in the citj are cor :a..y Invited to attend these service*. ( hurch on Pine below Thir :. south c f opera be use. Presbyterian. The C E. topicfor Sunday is, "What tbe Bible teacheeabout giving." - Cor. V: Ml: v-3*34. Prayer meeting ac usual on Tbure "Jesus conception of what it is a man to be lost." All are invited to this service. Key. W.lhs E. Pettibone of the Bap tist church, preached at the Presby terian church last Sunday morning, g.'. 'Ui a most excellent and — The lermon Sunday evening was preached by tbe pastor on the subject "Excuse Giving" Luke .4. 1? .■. ihe excuse £'l'>en by ti- men io this para ble eeenw to us unreaeooable, but tc dav excuses just as absurd arc being given by mer. when invited to ccee to the feast God has prepared for t...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

M. Bartholet & Co. H4E BIS S ORE Are You Aware iT- — T .— - ------ -- - ■ cl 12-; 3 U2!u give! Dut vtn i.tgat .uea -. * Ellensburg s Leading Department Store DONT FORGET THE PLACE^ SCARLET FEVER. Twenty-Five to One Hundred Dollars Fine to Any House Holder Not Reporting. Health O'Utrs on Lookout for any Offender who will be Dealt with According to La ». The '.aw governing the state and county health board* lay* down car tain rules and regulations of tbe Wash ington -State Board of Health: Section 111. "If an epidemic of a contagious disease occur in any county, the county board of health must prom p.- ly provide an isolation hospital or pest bouse for such eases a- cannot be isolat. Ed at home without danger to the pub lic." "Vn r AK »TY CO MI»AXY'S CASH STOKMJ ~ . .a« . — :ag2*i«ss ir _ >. ;*::•;. V2 :i ;i tricar :i : " XXi :. .\ : -re g4t2enzg Lavislilv But Wisely * «. Exeltisi verier ! ace Ci r"tains Come in and Let Us Convince You. M. BARTHOLET & CO. officer to th* sec...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 October 1903

2 I Munsing Underwear,none so good-New Idea Patterns 10 Cents This will be a Busy Month of Selling at Wilson's. Never before have we been so thoroughly equipped to supply your needs in every thing that this store sells. The store is constantly growing. Each year adds to our ex perience. We find some new lines of merchandise that are better than what we have been handling. We add the new. discard the old, aud thus present to you every season a better store. We have long since passed the stage when we depended upon the wholesaler tor our supplies. That will do for the '"Old Fogy"raerchant who has not the enterprise and the cash to go to the fountain head aud obtain the best the market affords from first hands. For years past, every dollar's worth of goods coming to this store has been purchased ou the spot cash plan. Asking no favors, only the best at the lowest 'price, we find the manufac turers and importers quite willing to take our business on these terms. The buying public usuall...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

Cbe ellensburg Dawn. VOL. X ROA.V R=?L3L:CAN RAN = • 5: - v »:i" Hm hrt; s Lam§ m -: t< ana •Bd tie I"' • i" r wi.;h sn> ' -~' *■'---- -" i_ Mec. '•:*". * sur-ntse 1" . T C& i— IT*VJ -- - i " i i..»" i > - - - ' _ »h#t >!' _i- ~- jbu ..*.*. t *tj corporations thej are ill th* **ns« dua. Tlr;-r ill )CQ«r WB*SOri*« is piracy fight an: KJ*f iBOQff item stive*, t-: ■.- »;th ri i }t—er tc - tbe bidding the re .-.»•: aosse*. N man in tie republican pertj • '•"••> Mate,'' -a.-« M* Hamilton. :*a ~- electe-i tc the V 8 §en*i« without .be Mpport :•' tbe -a road* " Hamilton -a* binwelf been a »pper for the .-a..re *i iobo* ci er since be fi it Mceeedtd .i Late the tureani be s - r.e- i tre service mat he has rendered and tanss ipon it a» his political .a: tel. This man i* no* going about the state peddling tbe re publican nomination for governor.offer ing to trad- of! .-.:» bigb ana honorable position to tbe po.itician who will agree tofurnUh bim tn« most vote* for tbe •enat...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

P k in 2 G. L. COLLINS. AMONG THE CHURCHES. Items of Interest Furnished by Correspond- ents from the Various Churches. Mr. Park's morning sermon was bus ed upon the words found in Romanssth and 19th. For as by one man's disobed ience many were made sinners, so by the obedience of one shall many be made righteous. The evening sermon was about the rich young man who came to Christ asking, "(lood master, what shall I do that I may inherit eternal lifer"" The account as given in the 10th chapter ol Mark says he came running aud kneel ed to him. He acknowledged the div inity oi Christ by worshiping him. He was in earnest, for he came running. His moral character was irreproacha ble and Jesus looking on him loved him but when the test was made the young man could not bear it. He went awaj sorrowful, "fur lie bad great posses sions." The pastor said the sacrifice was no greater than that demanded ot many whose calling is recorded in the Bible. Whether they were "sitting at the receipt of c...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

Weil Side. One of the most pleasant surprise dances of the season was given in honor of Mr. Jake Frederick al his residence on tlie West Side last Monday evening, Oct. 26th. A' twelve o'clock the hap py crowd departed for the dinner room where the table was sei lor .'io. it was effectively decorated with dahlias and sweet peas. Light refreshments were also served. Pleasant Mill. *vlr. Hyer has been on the sick list of late. What Is the matter with the West Side boys? O, there i- nothing -low about them. Miss Minnie Mofft t is preparing to leave our neighborhood, Son y to see you go, Minnie. Thorp News Items. Threshing is all finished upon this side of thi r\er. The yield per acre li short, averaging onlj about l!*> bush tit, much less than last year. Grading camp No. I. has moved down the river to centlnue its work. from June Bth IHO2 to June Bth HiOll there were shipped from Thorp 32" cars of baled hay. and the work stiil goes on. The M. C. church will give a chicken festival ne...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

Good Health Brvad Pi^aDiJlik^ _ R. A. Puett. Beldin & Beldin The Artist "B & B" other Remember we paint everything and can give estimates at any time Shop on South Pine St- Puget Sound Supply Company Seattle. .... Wash. We buy all kinds of farm produce and pay the highest market price. Don't overlook the importance of selling as well a- producing. Oui agent in Ellensburg) John W. liarnet: will attend to your murce prompt ship* lw-ul of saiii'.-. .S~e JOHN W. BARXETT Before selling or contracting. Wedding gifts, cut glass and sil v»r. GOLDMAN'S. Seattle. JSIMOX T*. POGAR TV COAH'AIV STORE Ellensburg Iron and Brass Foundry LAX BERT RASKIXS Pb ? i ... ? 1 ELLESSBCKij WASH HOTEL SENECA ..... . s ■ The Place The Place THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET T. F. HEAOBU 4 CO., PBOPBIETORS. -DEALERS IN Fresh and Salt Meats. Your Patronage Solicited. Fourth Street— Theßystrom Gasoline Lamd. s Kft: IKUPI E! ECONOMICAL 13.50 ASO UP. Tft« Improved BtltfWi Bam - ■ . . eh: Sen I tor circulars. PIPER &...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

O c THE EYES. go" to I •<■ TUiriu to Vvold Stralnlnff ihc *isht. An authority •:- :!;«? car* of tb« eye* pcphasixes :..<■ fact that In thia day •f revktew tuisuse .. f th* .yes..:.: tit* ru*.v* laid I *v tuoat .-.:.<:>: want* t-* rtrfrardiag :o :e avoided I - N v ' li - f - * f : : - -■ ■ '. : . res: to ; : [ »:<• - ■ ftooj a «r -• : light LV cot bav# I •-. ■ .} ill - -. ; - I-' • " I • ! I ■ • ' ;- r - r ~ rr : r v^r* tfred i " ■ * - .■ - L.s t.: : - - ■ t- :■ r* • ■ * t ». - ■ ... : - - • - l : : .-••'■: ■ - " " • 3 - - - P( ...... ' . . .V •. _ ■ B ,T * * l**H a V *-\z Rat. f i> -' y ........... - I t :< • - How l - 1 - • ■ How l r-*« v .»n a Carpet. - Row 1 - - * f . r- f I — .wirTAKTY CO> "AXV'S CASJ STOKE How to l.tpan,] in* Ch*«t. : - \ ..^.-. _>. .: » -.. .~ - c** - ■ HJ ' •■ J » - H.iMr (o Reaior* *p1i at»r«. -a How to Take Oat Wine *t:i la*. St . - r: - • • v . • - PJovf t . law- «..-• r.-hlaj. I* ; • . . - . sr.!; - ..L r~i-t tzere v. -tim sccrc...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 October 1903

6 gllcnsbxirg $aitm. flittered Nov. stn ism. at the Postofflce, Ellens burg, Washington, as entitled to second olasa postal rates. Tkiims: I'ku Ykak. CASB : *' 00 IF NOT PA IO WITHIN TllllKK Months : II 2S office; 8U North Main Street, between fhlrd and Fourth Streets, in Webb block. This paper is on tile with the following adver tlsing Bgencles: Alexanrer A Co.. Spokane White s Advertising Bureau, Seattle. ROBERT A.TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 OUR READERS SATISFIED. WE are certainly very glad to know that THE Dawn's new form is so gen erally approved by a large number oi our readers and advertising patrons. Many have expressed their hearty and warm approval personally, others have written and others have called us up over the phone. This, to us I* especial ly gratifying. The present form has for years been our choice and fancy') but never before have we been able to see our way clear in making the ch...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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