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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 31 December 1903

FRIGHTENED! The Agony Endured by Nervous Women. •'My nerves »;? all unstrung" is the expressive way in wh eh a woman is »pt to describe a condition of extreme nervousness. The figurative expression "unstrung" may be unscientific but it pathetically suggests the grand harp of tlie nervous system, strung and keyed for harmonies by its Maker, now become so unstrug that it gives out nothing hut jarring discords. Nervous people rarely receive the sympathy which is their due. The dropping of a hook which causes 'he nervous woman to start, or the slam ming of a door which causes her to icream, are sout.ds which do lot jar the nerves of a healthy person. To , | - the nervoua woman aueh aud- \l fUm , | de:i sounds are like a blow in \mm\\\\\ tl.\e face and they cause intense fulfil 111 1 suffering. The extent of this suffering may he gathered from Mrs. Kelson'a experience told in the letter given below. She says, "/ was so nerv ous that the least thing -would startle vie almost into convulsi...

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. — 31 December 1903

A £!lensbuuT Jlniun. Sintered Nov. sth IBW, ni the I'ostottlee, Kllcns burn, Washtuuton, ut>enUUed to second claws postal rait s. Tkiims: Per WAR, Cash : JUKI XV NOT PAID WITHIH THIHSK MONTIIH 11.35 _ Orru k: 812 North Main Street, between third iiiul Fourth Streets, In Webb block. This i" !rris ' n tile wll li : 1 ■<• follow \t\v adver tlsilitf sir' nclis: Alexin iti & <"■• Spolsutie White's Advertising liurciiu, He ittle. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population ot" County, 12,234 Population ol" City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 EDITORIAL NOTES. CHAMP CLARK S I ETTER. Champ Clark of Missouri, gives vent tti 1 i- reeling in tbe following words: •'My prophecy has come true.' When ilio old lady heard the cow bad eaten the grindstone, she ex claimed, "I told you so!" When Sena tor Marcus A Hanna Introduced his celebrated bill to pension ex-slaves, I predicted thai it would be used as an instrument for fleecing rredulous and ignorant negroes, It is with noso...

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. — 31 December 1903

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FAJICY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR JVIILiLiARS ROASTED COFFEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. < hristma* day was very ijuiet in this city. Superior court reconvenes -fan. Bth, la 4. Tomorrow is the first day of the new year— 1> >4. Miss Anna Frost spent Christmas on the Sonnd. Mary A Proudfoot spent Christmas in 1 >l\ mpla. . ... . . . . . this S - . Sat l; ifte . ; «.-.-. « fa. t - - . - ne i iryfornealtn Chi • Itit- . T. Ixx. '6 7' - T '-' ■ "■ from pain? mwm '• •••«* •- ■: V . . ■ "■ . V ■:. • ' s j XJoX IJ. FO O.AW XV" COMPA: V * .*S CAJSH STO JV J v i r red Sanders came over from Seattle to spend the holidays it' home. { Mr. and Mis. U. s. Weed left Mon | for an extended visit in (California. John Dull was in tiii.- city Moriday t and made Thk Dawn a substantial . i it. Mrs. < i ■ .ho her arm en some we«-«<-> ago. is mending ...

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. — 31 December 1903

6 A Special Sale of Dishes Beginning; this week, we offer you in Dinner Sets We do not wish to carry this particuc Pattern and .shall close them out at a sacrifice. We shall sell in sets or as many pieces as you like at proportionate- rates. Pioneer History. i 'ontlnued from page 1. stolen bomi and allowed thetntode-l We camped on the creek about two miles above this village. A short time after « c had struck camp a group of Indians came riding up and dismounted Scon :i big sullen looking Indian espied a small blue keg. He asked If It was whiskey and was informed to the con trary. He Insisted that we sell it him but we refused. He warned, me that be and his followers would !>•• back and take the keg as well as our scalps, j Having learned something of Indian nature, especially that we never want to show the white feather, I called his attention to our arms and said that if we were afraid, and not at all times prepared to fight we would not be trav eling along there as we were, an...

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. — 31 December 1903

THE BIG STORE "NeVei* in my Liife" Here's comfort, here's style, here's full value for every cent invested. We like to make satisfied customers and the HENDERSON CORSET is one of the helps that make this store known far and wide as a satisfactory store. Wo want you to buy here and wo want you to buy a Henderson t lie next time you need a corset Style No. 888 A Straight trout, low bust corset, extra long over hip- and abdomen. ( me of the latest imported designs. This corset is equipped with the celebrated velvet grip hose supporters on both front and side-. Ten-inch clasp. Made of fine Coutil in white, 01 7C drab and black, sizes L 8 to 32, price... ' J Ellensburg's Leading Department Store. Denmark News Items. Next Sunday is the election of officers for the Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. ( hapin spent Christmas with F. S. Chapin, ot Ellensburg. All tin- Danes of the neighborhood gathered at Jens, Sorenson's last Sat urday night and spent the evening in dancing and feasting. Miss Steve...

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. — 31 December 1903

8 ¥ yv To you all is the wi*h of each and every one at this store. We are willing to help you in every way possible to make this a memorable Christinas in your history, only a few more days until the carpenters will be in the building changing it into a new store. The next few days must see lively selling so come to this store and make two dollars do the work ot three. We have endless variety of men's useful articles suitable for gifts. We can only mention a few ol them here. For the house we have lace curtains, art squares, couch covers, table linens and napkins all at great re duction. For the men we have silk m i:"L>rs ties, suspenders and a host nf other articles. The women and children of course can find anything they may want. Handerchief for men and women in cotton, linen and silk at attentively low prices. From now till Christmas you cau buy all wool car pets best make at 6 ) cts per yard. Art squares at ac tual cost. Come to the store look around and you will surely find...

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. — 31 December 1903

Saturday Jan. 9, 1904, Me, M, Mm, N§ Cms AIN 13 CORSET COVERS. We have devoted a great deal of time in selecting our lines of lingerie. The Quality Design and Finish, being of a much higher grade than ever before shown in EUeasburg. The Styles are beautiful, the Workmanship is the best. All garments are trimmed either with Nainsook Embroidery or French Valleucennes Lace. We invite the inspection of all white wear buyers to visit our store on Saturday, Jan. 9th, 1904. when our complete line of Muslin Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, niyht Gowns and Corset Cov ers will be on display. Ladies' Chemise—Made of very fine Muslin, trimmed and Insertion at 75c, better grades at $1.00, $1 50 and $2.00. Corset Covers —Of fine Cambric front of Torchon Insertion, Pearl Buttons, and felled seams at 50c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Muslin Drawers. — Extra quality of Muslin, 4'j inch cambric hemstitched ruffle, md tucked, shaped baud and draw string at 50C, more elaborately trimmed at 75c, $1.00, 11.50 and $2...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 31 December 1903

DAWN SUPPLEMENT. THE MASQI.ERADE BALL. Pnzei to b« Awarded. Ellensburg Wbtrt Co., Bicycle lug gage carrier, for h,os» graceful lady. Tbe Localizer, one years rabSDrip tion. for the worst idiot. Merry man, hair cut, for the man with longest hair. Thk Dawn, one yean subscription to most sociable party at the ball. Jack Lyons, bottle of whisky to the rosiest nose. Sam Pearson Co., bottle of wine to the jolliest (fir!. .Jerry Pattenaude, bottle of Chill sauce, to the coldest looking man. J, H. Wlppel Co., bottle of brandy to fattest man. Oscar Rentzsch, bottle of whisky, for leanest man. Pack wood & Linder, bottle of cham paign, for girl with brightest eyes. Andrew Olson, sack of bran for the lady with the biggest bustle. Friend & Flynn, shampoo and shave for the man with the largest mustache Geo. Hays, a shine, for the man with dirtiest shoes. Jobn Zipperer, bottle of brandy for tlie best looking man. Williams ,V Srnithson, silver spoon, for best lady 'lancer. St. Louis Brewing...

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. — 7 January 1904

\ DAWN OF BIIIGHTBR BOPF.S A LKJHTHOUSK FOB THKjNATIoN'S HAFKTY— A FFOl'l-F'S SHIP OF STATK A GOV'K'tNMKNT OF JUSTK'B FOIL ALL MEN ELLENSBURG, KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, [AN. 7. 1004. VOL. NI- PIONEER HISTORY KITTITAS AND YAKIMA COS. Many Difficulties Encountered and Overcome —Indian War Stories. SENATOR SPLAWN WRITES INTERESTINGLY y First Actual Settlers Met »nd Endured Man Hardships to Make This the Prosper ous Valley of Today. Fred Ludl and Dutch John were the Brut actual settler* In Kittitas valley. There had been a small trading post on the Menastash ford Id IB6o,conduct ed by Hald & Nicies. a> their was con siderable travel between The Dalles < Oregon, ami the Similklmeen mines at that time, hut they abandoned the post ami returned to The Dalle- that fall. In the fail of 1888 V. M. Thorp and Charles Splawn settled on Tan urn creek ami about the same time Til man Houser settled in the east part of the valley. The settlers were getting too thirK fir Thorp i...

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. — 7 January 1904

2 Suspender Buttons See Their Finish New Declaration of Independence Additional Local Cbas Fell ol Cle Elum, was In the ott) Monday. Cle Khun claims an actual popular lion of 1,560. James Leslie of Walla Walla, was In the city Tuesday. John M. Newman of Thorp, was In the city Saturday. T. P. Carson and son madea visit to Tacoma this week. i Rumor has it that Roslyn is soon to have another newspaper. Teachers generally report good at tendance since the holidays. John Bleren is visiting at his old liome in Minnesota this week. , The Horseshoe saloon closed its doors in the oi l Kreldel block Tuesday. : !.. L. Warner ol Roslyn, a composi tor on the Miner, was in the city Mon day. Oscar Rent/sob closed his saloon on on West Third street near the depot Monday. L Mrs, Oliver of North Yakima, was a | guest of son. S. W. Oliver, and family | this week. ] Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Carpenter left a few days since for an extended visit in', t !alifornla. 11 'i'h ' Eagle liar will he moved into Peters...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 7 January 1904

DISGRUNTLED. Hint Who Manufacture Misery. The disgruntled man, the man who is sulky and dissatisfied under all condi tions and circumstances, is to be found everywhere. Eveti at the sen side where he has X"" r ' l,r rt ' s ' recreation \ou'll find him surly and sulky. grum bling at the weather, the people, the hotel accommodations, ilie hoard, and everything else. His scowling, sullen visage checks the flow of talk at the table, and hushes the prattle of playing children. Now and again one gossip says to another "The old chap's liver must be out of order " Somebody else s.ivs. "Perhaps he's suffering from kid ney trouble." And a m ijority incline to :he opinion that it's "just dyspepsia." Ami as it happens they are all *>t them right. His Hver is sluggish. His kidtievs erf*: .rd red. II And la:t of all his stomach i •ouw>f order." This is another case in wlrtCh in the logical sc pieuce of state tie nc TTIK LAST IS FIRST. The liver is sluggish 1 an le the stom ach is diseased. ...

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. — 7 January 1904

4 t 'Ellcnsbum Jhiun. gntered Nov. stb l*W »' '"• •'• -." " " ',''V*' \ burn. Washington, it»euuuea k>» > postal raliit*. Trim- I'm Vkah 1 \-u ] f v., Mill WITHIN THIIKEM..SI-IW : II - Om. Xi :i!3N and Fourth Streets, In = •11 1 ■ . Usui White's AdvertlsmK W"*-'' •• ROBERT A.TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4»°°° Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 EDITORIAL NOTES. THE industrial c lltion <>r the Dail} Washingtonian, publish! d at Floqulam. reached us through the courtesy ol our old friend, Henry Mills. It is a gem artistically. Tun Wcnatcli'"' Advance 'jo! oul n finely illustrattd edition on the 2nd, giving a nice write-up of tic- city and valley. The work speak* well for the grace, grit and greenbacks of the Ad vance otllce. THE holiday number ol tbe Trndi Register ol Seattle, surpasses all other holiday editions In the waj ol line illus trations. Like all special editions, it contains matter ol much import to the people of the stat...

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. — 7 January 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MIUU ARS ROASTED COFFEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Wanl to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. Superior court reconvened Tuesday. John s. England led Tuesday for Taeoma. ( lime in ami sign the roll of the Mis sound society. Falrvlew district organized a literary society last week. David Davidson returned to school In Taci ana Monday. The jury In Judge tludkins court re» convened yesterday. The county c miraissionera met In regular session Monday. I. \. 1 hack inure Went down tn North Yakima <>v business Tuesday. Chester Becker returned to the Den tal college in Portland, .Saturday. ( lay Smith of Nez Perse, Idaho, is over this week visiting with relatives. A.C.Spalding expects to b't snugly located In the old Lewis corner by Sat urday. Alexander Still of Milton, i tregon is g guest of the Breigel family of South Kittitas, For sale. A good trusty driv...

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. — 7 January 1904

6 A Special Sale of Dishes «i™BON MARCHE. Beginning this week, we offer yon in Dinner Sets We do not wish to carry this particular Pattern and shall close them out at a sacrifice. We shall sell in sets or as many pieces as yon like at proportionate rates. Pioneer History. (Continued from page 1 i mounted and went In thinking they would be glad to set me. There sat the whole family and my friend John I Gillespie and tlm young lady M-ir-r. I Miss Caroline Oerliek, we all railed her Linnie. They gave me a cold stare for which I could not account. I won dered what I had dene to loose their friendship and made up my mind to \ a cate the premises as soon as possible and ride on. which 1 proceeded to do, When 1 r<'t outside my boj friend Willie was standing by my horse, and i he said, "Mr. Splawn, don't go; John and Linnie is going to get married and i don't want anybody to know it." 1 said, "All right Willie I'll stay,"and returned to the bouse. I remarked: "That the atmosphere seemed ...

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. — 7 January 1904

THE BIG STORE "Never in my liife" We like tn make satisfied customers ami tin 1 HENDERSON CORSET is om* «»f tip* In lps that inako 111i> "»t<mv known far and wid<- a-> a sut Ufai'tory stoiv. \W want \llii to I>ll \ i and wi' want von to Iniy a Henderson th♦ • n» \t timr yon m-rd a ror.-ft Stvl«* No. *** A >t front, low l>u>t cdiM't, ♦ \tra lon u ov« r hips and abdomen. < >nt* of tin® 1 at«*"»t imported drMjj'n-. This roMct rijui ppcd wi! 11 tin* rrh-lu a ted vel v«*t rip hose support*'! *'on both front and lm-ineh c•l.i - p. Madt nt tin#* i until in whiti . CI 7C dial) a ltd h; ;n -u. -; »1 s to . »l!, pi 1 We have lie inclusive aydicy for the • Henderson Corset &nd Girdle — Showing, Styles and Prices (rem 75c to $.'1.50. Elle-nsburo's Leading Department Store. AI. HAMTIIOI^ET RAILROAD AM) ROUNDHOUSE Railroad Now* l)i«hcd up hs .1 Dawn Staff Rfporter for Our Buiv Reader*. A wwk ill Itle I 11111• • I S 111.1 !l V cl<'- liivcd thn . :i->t lui in...

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. — 7 January 1904

s Saturday, January :villtll ' We start our annual Clearance and Mu«lm I naerwea: ?a.i. • r • , vc lixve ever held. We will We have made spccial effort to make this the i-rcatcst money *»• >,-■ " ' j fiiCl „ rv f„ r leave it to you whether we succeed or not. Way last summer we - opportunity, this underwear specially for this sale. They n cded the money and « -l- ; ; « - We promise you good well made Muslin Underwear at at less " quoted here. We have garment perfect and worth douii.e the ])rice we ask during this sa.<_. several lines just as cheap not priced here. We also throw all of our table Linen, without reserve into this sale, You can afford to buy even though you may not be ready for it as the savings will be great. Just as a sample we quote a full bleached all linen damask 64 inches wide 50 cents per yard. Extra heavy all linen unbleached full 2 yards wide spccial at the yard 75 cents, you will also find a great many bargains in odd lots of underwear, hosiery remnants a...

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. — 14 January 1904

DAWN' OP BRIGHTER HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATE A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xi. PIONEER HISTORY KITTITAS AND YAKIMA COS. Many Difficulties Encountered and Overcome —Indian War Stories. SENATOR SPLAWN WRITES INTERESTINGLY First Actual Settlers Met and Endured Many Hardships to Make This the Prosper ous Valley of Today. In 1860 C. P. Cooke settled in the eastern part of the valley. He was a cousin of J. Cooke, the financier of the Northern Pacific railroad at that time. This arrival was one of nature's noble men, honest and upright, with more than average intelligence. He was a great help to the pioneers and repre sented them many times in the legisla ture. His wife was of no less Import ance—one of those good, kind, brainy mothers, who once met never forgot ten. Their sons and daughters are left as monuments S. 11. Geddis settled on the west side with a wife and many small children. How often did my heart go out to them in those try...

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. — 14 January 1904

2 Suspender Buttons See Their Finish New Declaration of Independence Educational Notes. The schools are all in session again, j The children have all had their va cation and rest and we now have five months of school with no vacation to check the progress of the work. Let us as teachers enter into the work with renewed energy and make this the most profitable part of the school year. Prof. W. E. Wilson, Miss Proudfoot, Miss Francis and B. F. Blair were in attendance at the state teachers' asso ciation at Tacoma last week. Theo. Myers, teacher in No. '. has placed the new system of heating and ventilation in his school, W, 11. Chapman supervised the work. Miss. Alice McNeil closed a four' months'school in Dist 13 last week.! The Falrview district. No. 4. has recently enclosed their school grounds with a good fence and built sidewalks ' leading from the door to the school yard gates. They have also added the needed vent ilat ion. The next meeting nf the teachers' association for divis...

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. — 14 January 1904

BIG BABIES. HEALTHY CHILDREN MAKE lI.UTY MOTllim No baby ever came into the world, however weak and frail, but held us its birthright the precious dower of a mother's priceless love, lint love can do so little lor the weakling child except pity it and sorrow for its helplessness, that the mother who had looked forward to the cite of her child With happy an ticipation tiails it a task that tests her devotion, to care for a puny, fretful, wailing baby. What a difference when the baby is big;, healthy and happy ! What a joy to watr'i the growth of the sturdy little one, whose gurgling laughter finds an echo in the voice of every member of ihe family. The question is, are the conditions Which determined the strength or weak ness of tlte child unalterable? Is it possible that a mother who has liorne several children and lost them all be cause of inherent weakness, can If so strengthened that her children shall l>e hcaiiny and hardy ? KKAD THE ANSWER to that question, written by a woma...

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. — 14 January 1904

A , Ellcnsbura Katun. ROBERT A. EDITOR. Population of Count*.. 12.234 Population of City. 4.000 Business men and Pirms in Ellensburg. EDITORIAL NOTES. EQUALIZED B.ROENi V»"r have- r- ' ' !xT •' 1, - 5, • r<* ' - — • :t -j a •. - - - .... ° - the board of ini\ - #si ' r* relative t ri i * - -- tax a:. «herein he »b w» fa .tt at pom ■ e • faj the U t - He *h>: * L !Li" - ' ■ • pOL. ' ■ - O. K : ; a ec L e :.uL * * •"* Jar. - n a 3*. ao3 iu oet earn ogs ar< •obstantialij th* 4 Nc Ll^. fieoj .r vbe do tbeif wn tbmkii .• an 3 reaaoniog. and t ail " b : - * and ever; ne should bear their just acsament tbi . \i f . *.'.c Pacific 1 ■ ast f*ss*e. T'.- :•" a *lt *' O. Ji A' no | nrpofe, foi the unanimously . n< - Mr. Strain s assessment of tl-. asaessmentf Sti*ain "i arr. aware that tc trtr) tax] iyer, resi* cent L- I o\NV side rat. v.'.. CommentiDgon statement, the Spokesman-Review »d. : : "Are tb< as o! the state aw&re of that obli gstion? If they are, why do they dU cr;m...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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