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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 12 November 1903

FOES IN AMBOSH. THE HIDDEN PERILS OF THE PAST AM) PRESENT. When the Puritan passed through the forests of New England, he realized that his greatest danger was from hidden foes. Therefore, he was armed and vigilant. The enemies a man can see lie can fight, out the enemy that skulks in darkness unseen, be he ever so weak, is to he dreaded by reason of liis in visibility. The foes that threaten the life to-day ere all ambushed. There is no fear of tlie "arrow that flieth by day," for the day of the arrow is past and gone. Put the "pestilence that walketll iv dark ness." is still a thing of terror, because it strikes suddenly from ambush. Let the word pestilence be only whin- pered snd fear grips tlie heart. Homes ire forsaken. People flock to the rail roads frantic to escape from tlie infected city. But shout a warning against dys pepsia and who is alarmed? Nobody. Yet dyspepsia in the diseases to which it tends, is responsible tor more deaths an nually in the United States than pesti...

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. — 12 November 1903

4 IZllcnsburq -Daiim. Entered Nov. ftth 1804. :it the Postofflcc, Kllens burg. Washington, as entitled to second class postal rates. Tehms: Pkh Vkab. Cash : 91M 1 r N. > 1 PAIO WITHIN riIHKE MDNTHH : ♦I.Sfi ui'i v k: 313 North Main Street, between I'hlrd and Fourth Streets. In Webb block. 'I his rap i' is 1 a lile with 1 be Following ttdver t'sii g ngtncics: Aloxnnrer & l'o., Spokane While'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 HARD TIMES MAY NOT COME. NTo one will claim that tlie business outlook today is as satisfactory as it was one year ago, but it Is also true that there is do warrant to predict that haul times arc to set in. A depression nun in' noticed in certain industries; tl.in is a lack of confidence in those financial circles that have I n giving t ueir attention for several years to spec ulatiou and extravagant promotion; merchants in some sections ar...

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. — 12 November 1903

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FA]MCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COpfEE. Additional Local Rev. Helm s|»'ut Sunday In Cle- Elum. Dan t un y, of Thorp, was in the city Saturday. J, 11. VanGesen spent a few days at Kiona recently. A. J. Scheie of Thorp, visited our city on Tuesday. George Elornbeck is drilling a well for Adam Stevens. Robert Satterwhite of Seattle; was in the city on Sunday. ('. S. Palmer visited North Yakima Tuesday afternoon. John Burke of Thorp, was in tlie city on business Tuesday. Judge Rudkin was ijiiite ill at the Grand I 'acitic Tuesday. f\ M. Stanley and wife of Wilson creek, were in town Saturday. Walter llayward of Thorp, is report ed on the sick list this week. The Democratic war horse of Cle- Elutn was in tbe city this week. Court adjourned Monday noon until Wednesday, when it reconvened. Rev. l\ VValden, of /.illah. passed through the city from the Sound. Register at your earliest convenience if yon want to vo...

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. — 12 November 1903

6 T. W. PARRBLL< Past ry and Bread 5Tv Bros.' Snow Fflour None Better. Name on Every Sack. Prices 8£" j.5:1 st. Cold Storage Meats As we have added col 1 storage to our plant we are bettor prepared than heretofore, to sup ply you with choicest beef, pork, lamb und veal. We do not ship iv any dressed meats. Keep your money at h uneby buying the home Product Cash paid for all fat stock EU\ v n 1 > U 7 M ur C ) V . KITTITAS MARKET. UV-N ET. E. 11. SNOWDEN, Pres. The Bank of Ellensburg, SNOWDEN & ROSS M amber of th 3 i■; n3 \ uafi' Assasiation, Transact)) a General Bunking Business. Special Attention given to Collections. correspondents: New Y..rk. Chemical National Bank; BanPraneiseo, The Han'.; of California: Tacoma, National Bank of i 'otnmerce. DRAW DHAPTS DIRECT on London, on Cnlon Man',; of Scotland b'd. Royal Hank of Ireland Ltd.. on part- of Hun and "ii the < ihartered Man.; of India. Aus tralia at.'! China for remittances to China and Japan. JST Mate. County and Sc...

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. — 12 November 1903

M. Bartholet & Co. THE BIG STORE Ellensburg's Leading Department Store DONT FORGET THE PLACED Death of J. W. Gilmour. John Wilson Gilmour was born near Lexington, Ky., Sept. 13, 1813. Died Nov. 7, 1903, aged9l years, 1 mouth and 20 days. He was united in marriage in 1833 at the age of 20 to .lane A. Bre uaugb. To this union 10 children, •> sons and 5 daughters wen: burn, 80l whom lived to maturity. Five genera tions mourn their loss. Five children, thirty-Eve grandchildren, twenty-seven great* grand children and live great great, great grand children. Soon alter his marriage he and wife moved to Nauvoo. 111. lie- took an active part in the expulsion of the Mormons from that. >tato. In 1851 he and family cross ed the plains, stopping ou the Gallatin plains, Or., and afterward settling at Silverton, he resided until the death ol his wile, Dec. H>, 1884, since which time, h- has resided with his children, living much of his time with bis son J. W. Gilmour. Intblscitj where...

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. — 12 November 1903

8 Some Store News That Should Interest Everyone In This Community now have purchased the entire Stock of Drygoods and Clothing belonging to B. L. Martin. LaConnor, Wn. Mr. Martin is a merchant ofloug experience and for several years con ducted a store at LaConnor. He sold out, concluding to retire from the retail business, but soon tiring of an inactive life, he bought an entirely new stuck of Goods and started in business again about a year ago. It is needless to say that the stock was well bought and carefully selected. However other THERE WAS ANOTHER Which induced us to buy this magnificent stock,and here, as the Scotch bard says: "The best laid plans of mice and men gang aft aglee." The gro cery part of the business is going to move, and we fully expected by Novem ber Ist to have the room it now occupies which would give us room to handle the stock. We find it will be some time before we can make the change and we have no rooom to store the goods. Now is Your Opportunity! shall ...

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. — 19 November 1903

Cbe Gltensbtirg Wmn. VOL. X. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOV. io. i 9 NO. 47. SOME STATE NEWS OF INTEREST TO EVERYONE Gathered from all Parts of the State in Which You Are Interested Everett had a 83,300 flee Friday. Sprague hail a $7,000 tire Friday. Ilwaco is to have another cannery. Tacoma plumbers are out on a strike. Spokane has been made a sub-port of entry. Sunnysidc has put up a citizens' ticket. Senator Huth of Olympia is still se riously ill. Clark county has 100 car-loads of dried prunes. Senator Ed S. Hamilton of Tacoma. died last week. Spokane is short $12,000 iv meeting current expense bills. The prohibitionists of Everett have nominated a city ticket. Spokane is having the telephone wires put under ground. Ritzville business men have organ ized a chamber of commerce. L. W. Farmers died at his home in Fuyallup Thursday afternoon. W. D. Mack, a well known logging man of Olympia died Monday. ffIftCESTIOM "I was troubled with stom ach trouble. Thedf...

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. — 19 November 1903

2 SUITS Additional Lcca!. Dan Simmons was in tlie city lust Wednesday. David Gregory made a visit to Tac >- mc this week. A. <'. Wishard, of Seattle. Is in t"«u today on business. Sheriff Thomas went to Tacoma i n business Tuesday. Thomas Johnson, of CleElum was in tic- city yesterday, : sold 4" turkeys ! day t a tred 11 nds eae wb eh he received IT cents per pound live weight. M, M. Emerson went toCleElnm yes* terday to do some surveying. S.ia> Bond Is over from tl c Sound W.i- _ . ■. - i 1 I >■ i : . Sa r \ 11 (' W. Dibble and four children. A. A. Manning and family» of North Yakima, but formerly of this city, passed through here Tuesday enroute to t'alisi rnia. where they expect to re* : of t Polk Direct* r,\ i ] sin t this week at i v thy directory begun bere some time ai»o. The information sent the com* t was turned with • - - ss h ■.. ■ - Mr. tlijls is 1 ' • ' iibers uti infi't ■' ot ■ ■ the THE BIGGEST STOCK C. L. COLLINS. The oldest son "f Mr. and Mrs. ' has. W. ...

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. — 19 November 1903

dELPLhbS husbands now helpless husbands HAVE BECOME HELPFUL. Never doe* a rr-tn feel so helpless as ».hen I'.e looks upon the suiteriug of the , ;fe he loves and know-' that he is oowerless 10 pi event it. And when, as I, often the case, he has exhausted every means at his disposal in tin vain effort to restore his wife to health, l is despair nltrost equals her suffering. There are husbands who have passed through this txperience and have found a way to he jjeiptitl to their wives when physicians feed absolutely failed to cute, and been even powerless to help the sufferer. One such husband thus relates his ex perience : "I take pleasure in writing you to let you know about your ' Favorite Prescrip tion,'" says Mr. K. E. Fricke, of Pet« r.s burg, Menard Co., Ills., Box 367. "My wife had been sick nearly all her life, and after trying every thing I could think of I made up my mind to try ' Favorite Prescription.' 1 sent to Chicago and y,oi lix bottles, which my wife took, a table ipo...

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. — 19 November 1903

4 -Elatim. Entered Nov. sth 1804. tit the Postoftlee, Kllens mine. Washington, oscntitled to second class postal rati -' tkums: Pkh Ykab. Cash 1 Ji.oo If SOT fAIII WITHIN THKKK MoNTHH fl.Sn OrrtoH: SIS Nc il l Main Strei i. betwi en I'hli'il I nnd Fourth Streets, in Webb block. This pn] rr is 1 n iil< « Ith ir*' follow It'll iidver |i«'ii»f iiti I'l'li k: Alexntirei .v Co.. Spokatii' White's Advertlsliiß Hureau, Seattle. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, Business men nnd Firms in Ellensburg, 100 KITTITAS VALLEY. Ellensburg Is located 120 miles eu-i of Ttu'onui. 1-7 eusl nnd south ol Sent tie. It is surrounded by the besi farm lug hit d in the state, ami thousands ol Betes i f unimproved lai d in the valley us yet remain to be made fertile by by the application of plow and water. 1 ai tning i- more prolittibli here i har in the i a-; ai ii tin' same results attain ed with much less labor and expense The scenery is magnificent and tlie climat...

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. — 19 November 1903

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FApICY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. Coal ami wood are in brisk demand, .i.e. Lloyd visited In Tacoma this week. Judge Smith of lloslyn, was In the city Sat unlay. Vibert Ellddleson is now in charge of R. P. !>.. No. I. Building has been pretty well closed down l>v the cold snap. tvlelnberg Bros, were earring hay at Tjossems mill yesterday. Hay hauling has been slack for a few days past on account of had roads. Julian Thomas's new house on East Fifth street is nearing completion. L.J. Mclrvin and family have moved to Toppenish to spend the winter. How many editors in the state will eat turkey for dinner Thanksgiving? Pat Dunning, of Liberty, came down Friday and returned home on Monday. Miss Agnes Hlnman Is quite sick and it is reported that she has a well de lined ease of lever. <». W. Pautzke and James Stevenson went to "Horse Heaven" in search of geese Tuesday afternoon. Elmer S. Stewart an...

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. — 19 November 1903

6 F()l_ Pastry and Bread ILTsiifc? _ftt@i__.mFin. Bros,' Snow_Plalv< k Fl< >nr None Better. Name on Every Sack. Prices _'_i<£l_lr. Odd Storage Meat r uct. E Vrv COMPANY. KITTITAS MARKET. CENTRAL MARKET. The Bank cf Ellensburg. •NO WOCN 1 = : = 5 North Yakima Business College i hose Prices. Why ss. 1 :] away for k:::is in these lines k *99" Coffee, per package -5 Un.le Fc sh's M • Le Kenev. r?er Gallon : V ringers : oouers v» opper o< ... The OpioioD of Experts. Is seldi rr. cfTOffd ar.d It :* an ao . c. ri eg . horsemen, that the harness ( made tnd k Id by T. W.'Farreli has more s of s itvle _:ea:!y admired sr.c its highest .'.at-dard of __r_e»3 a v.:. Look at 'The Ellensburg Dawn Klug & Craig KLUG $ CRAIG, : m it Sumb«> Tweivt. _ "... ■ . ■ .. Holiday Goods. 1 hebonlVsarche BARGAINS • - - ■. ■ - - - lv«.-Shelton 314 NORTH MA N,

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. — 19 November 1903

M. Bartholet <£_ Co. THE BIG STORE Ellensburg's Leading Department Store DONT FORGET THE PLACED YAKIMA COUNTY NEWS. .la> Crowell was over from Kllens bur-- Saturday returning .Monday. Mrs. Crowell will join bim next week. Mr. Crowell has charge of the Lundy grad ing out tit at that place working on the new ditch. Danicd Boyd sold the live acre tract in Kennewick Garden, known as the Outlet- place, to W. W. Swan. Mr. Swan put his house and lot in town in to the deal besides a cash consideration ][ (; will build ii residence upon t' lf ' place in the near future, Mr. Boyd and family will move into their new home in town forthwith.—Kennewick Courier, . . Mrs Jos. Stephenson has leased ncr home to Mr. Mc< tally and gone to El lensburg where she place herdaugb ter, Miss Florence, in school. Mrs. Stevenson will in all probability spend the winter in Portland in the hopes ol a change of climate benefitting ber health. ZaviorGeiss, who recently came to this valley from Kittitas, Is...

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. — 19 November 1903

8 Some Store News That Should Interest Everyone In This Community now have purchased the entire Stock of Drygoods and Clothing belonging to B. L. Martin. LaConnor, Wn. Mr. Martin is a merchant of long experience and for several years con ducted a store at LaConnor. He sold out,concluding to retire from the retail business, but soon tiring of an inactive life, he bought an entirely new stock of Goods and started in business again about a year ago. It is needless to say that the stock was well bought and carefully selected. However other THERE WAS ANOTHER Which induced us to buy this magnificent stock.and here, as the Scotch bard says: "The best laid plans of mice and men gang aft aglee." The gro cery part of the business is going to move, and we fully expected by Novem ber Ist to have the room it now occupies which would give us room to handle the stock. We find it will be some time before we can make the change and we have no rooom to store the goods. Now is Your Opportunity! shall ...

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. — 26 November 1903

Cbe ellensburg Dawn. VOL. X. ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOV. 26. 1903. NO. 48. SOME STATE NEWS OF INTEREST TO EVERYONE Gathered from all Parts of the State in Which You Are Interested The Everett smelter is running'again. Tacoma is to have a cracker-factory. Tacoma is to have a large cooperage plant. Elma is endeavoring to secure an electric light plant. Judge Griffins home in Seattle w;is burglarized Friday. The snow is twenty inches deep on a level at ('onconully. The Seattle poultry show is set for January 6th to 11th Inclusive. Ex-Gov. Miles (', Moore declares lie will seek gubernational honors. The Adams County Huh is the name of a new paper published at I'aha. Everett mayors will hereafter re ceive a salary of $100.00 per month. Harry V. Cross was almost disem boweled by a runaway team in Seattle. Cheney recently voted $8,000 bonds for the purchase of water works plant. The democrats of Everett will mi st likely nominate Dan Currie for may< r. Whatco...

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. — 26 November 1903

Take Notice. To Physicians, Farmers. Carpenters, Black-smiths and Lawyers. As a means of inducing bible reading 1 herein quote from two chapters of tbe Bible' and in looking for them you are stye to find other things In tbe good book which will prove beneficial to the sou), so search the scriptures and the Jirrt person to report to this office where these chapters can be found in the Bible Will receive as a reward for his efforts a year's subscription to THE DAWN beginning with the first issue in Janu ary, 1904. Ministers of the Gospel are exempt from competing. Ail answers received will be publish edin tbe Issue for Dec. 24, 1903. Isaac Mot »re. Ellensburg, Wash. Following are the quotations: 1. Honor a physician wit ht he honor clue unto him. for the Lord hath creat ed him. 2. For of the most high cometh heal Ing and he shall receive honor of the King. :!. The skill of the physician shall lift up his head, ar.d in tin- sight of great men he shall be in admiration. 4. The Lord hath...

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. — 26 November 1903

THE OLD WELL. A Story of Moes, Microbes aacl Medicine. ■ It is the office of the poet to idealize. He paints pretty and pathetic word pictures which touch the heart and dim the eyes. Hut he does this regardless t>f physiology or pathology. When he sings a song ~f the old well on the farm and of live moss grown bucket in which the water wns drawn, he hasn't a thought of the bacteria which find a fertile breeding ■round in many an old well. He pictures the hot, thirsty day, •nd the bucket beaded with trickling drops which shine like pearls against the moss. Rut lie doesn't paint the picture of the man whose tongue is parched with fever, who tumbles and tosses in his hot room and narrow bed while the bai-illi of the bucket and the well ate striving for his life. That wouldn't be a poetic theme, and he has nothing to do with a theme that is not poetic. As a matter of fact the old we'll and its familiar bucket have been the means of diseasing whole neighborhoods. The microbe is everyw...

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. — 26 November 1903

4 Ellensburg JUmm. Entered N< v. Sth 1894. ot the Postofflce, Ellens burir. Washington, asentttled to second class postal rates. Terms: ii k Ye mi. Cash : Jt.oo IF KO'I PAID WITHIN THBEE MONTHS fl .Bfi OrriCE: MS Si rth Main Street, betwoi n fblrd und fourth Streets, In Webb block. Tl itt i • is •ii 01c with the followingudver t;>n x Vi.'- :.»• •s: Alejcunrer i to., Spokuue White's Advert Ising Uureuu, Seattle. • ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12.234 Population of City. 4.000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 A STOREHOUSE OP WEALTH. For Ihe first time in Its history the great West did not require financial aid from the East in the movement of Its crops this year. The West Is indeed iv condition to withstand any *torm. Wi -'• in banks are aide to take care ot home Interests without seeking loans from outside. Prosperity in this section of the country is founded on a rock. Crops were never so enormous and the farmer lias never been in such oomfoi'tab'e ci...

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. — 26 November 1903

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FAP4CY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. Sec "The Storks" at the opera house Doe. -. c. R. Hovey went over to Seattle on Sunday. Horn Sun.lay. to Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Gault. a son. \V. 11. McKee and family were in the city yesterday. \Y. \V. Pish spout v few days in Ta coina this week, A. L, Slemmons spent a few days on the Sound this week. F. ii- Shatswell returned from Wen atchee Saturday night. Robert Johnson returned from a short visit to Tacoma on Monday. C. B. Graves made ti professional vis it to Seattle this week returning yes terday. Cora Greenbow is home from Walla Walla to spend a few days with her folks here. Miss Mabel Painter arrived yester day from Everett to attend the Lynch- Painter wedding. Miss lone Grindrod of Roslyn, came down Saturday to spend Sunday with father and family. Mr. and Mrs. c. \v. Ketner of Pueb lOf Colorado, are eu t . s ts this week of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley, Simon Fogarty m...

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. — 26 November 1903

6 RAILROAD AND ROUNDHOUSE Railroad News Dished up by a Dawn Staf Reporter for Our busy Readers. Tbe coal bunkers are fast Bearing completion. An extra gang arrived Sunday, and .Monday morning they commenced clearing the right-of-way for the Decenary Coal bunker trackage. The engine room for gasoline engine and coal-hoist is ti nlahed and the ma chinery in place ready for use. Work will soon commence on the new ice house. Borne of the material is al ready on the ground and the balance' was shipped from Tacoma Monday. j The Standard Oil company has torn 1 down its oil bouse near the lunch counter. This, together with the large oil tank has been moved farther south. t twing to the necessity of reducing expenses, tbe order has been issued to cut down the working day to 9 hours as far as practicable and to only work tbe men long enough Sundays to keep up running repairs. Monday there arrived hero a mam moth lathe for use iv truing and re fitting steel tyre wheels and journals. Tb.s lathe...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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