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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 14 January 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR JVIIUUARS ROASTED COffEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. Adam Mogk is sick in the hospital at Seattle. Dr. Bean of Tacoma, was i,i the city Thursday. Balph KausTmac spent a day in Bos ton last week. George Mogk is contined to his hud with rheumatism. Phil Fitterer is visiting- at his old home in Minnesota. B. P. Tjossem spent a few days on the Sound recently. Miss Ona Gilmore has returned from her visit in Roslyn. Mrs. H. J, Felch lias returned from her visit on the Sound. Jas. Mei'audi,-", of Honolulu, was in the city quite recently. Martin Meagher went down 10 L'mp tanum Friday after noon. S. I. Wippel and wife spent"a day re cently in North Yakima. Superior court adjourned Saturday afternoon until tin.- 18th. .1. 1!. Davidson made a professional visit to North Yakima Thursday. Th»- county commissioners finished the...

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. — 14 January 1904

6 A Special Sale of Dishes MARCHE. Beginning this week, we offer you in Dinner Sets We do not wish to can y this particular 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. (Continued from page 1.1 nesi was well received. The court us well aa the jurors hit the bottlequite frequently during the course ol tbe triiil. When the evidence was all In und the case was up to the jury, there were only three in their places. The court and four jurors wet ut. For two hours they attempted to all !»■ present at one time, but falling ( -' count of a portion of them being out taking in the beautiful scenery ol Kit titas valley by moonlight. Finally the court and four jurymen wi re present, when the judge announced tbattbere wuc not likely to be as many together again that night, so the jury proceeded to render a verdict,which was done ac quitting Pat, who afterward- became a good citizen leaving as a monum...

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. — 14 January 1904

Additional Local w. l>. Carter is reported us recover ing very slowly. Al. Hodge has just finished v new barn on bis ranch Miss Kditb Ballet is in the city to learn dressmaking. li. H. Gregory ofEasl Kittitas, was in the city yesterday. Frank Barnharl is building a barn 50x70 on his upper ranch. Mrs. Sam Pearson has been i|iiito seriously ill for several days. 11.p.Blair has purchased the Kittitas School Bulletin from W. A. Thomas. .lake Rego is reported as getting along very nicely and is also aide to sit up. Jacob Rego of the west side, was operated on a few days ago for append- Icites. Phil Olmstead sold i!t»o tons of bay to Klelnberg, Bros., before he returned home. The Jury in the ease of State v>. Haven, charged with horse stealing, found not gnilty. Mrs. Lizzie Houser of Bast Kittitas has been seriously ill of late but is re ported better today. L. W. Beldln and wife, who came up last spring from Portland, will return to that city tomorrow. A. C. Spalding's new store ro...

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. — 14 January 1904

s Good News for Close Buyers. (Saturday, January And Continuing; Durlny: tlie> We start o„r annua, Clearance and Mn,in Un erwear Sale. We have made special effort to make witl Underwear factory for leave it to you whether we succee or iu ma de the best of our opportunity, this underwear specially for this sale. They n«eded tie money material. Everv We promise yon good well made Muslin Underwear at , d w We have garment perfect and worth double the price we ask during this sale. Note 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 <;o cents wr ,7<,rrl t? * 1 ,f , „ . , , 3 P er y arcl - -txtra heavy all linen unbleached full 2 yards wtdc special at the yard 7S cents, you will also find a great many bargains in odd lots of underwear, hosiery remna...

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. — 14 January 1904

lAWN SUPPLED iiNT. Rw TO AVOID DYSPEPSIA, f 8... •«»'*•- I KeUe ' u " d ' t urt - of li»ai»reit | « l,> He v ' . suffer from poor digestion , ~ ten inch width of flan ■ . ,1-,- ■ iieM the skin, pinned fair ■ d, he body over,he stom ■- N , i.v.r or digestive tubs or pep- H .li-ei,a rations help the slon.aeh a S, 1 .. par, as much as ,h.s ,lanmd ££ ~i,, A poor circula.ion m .he K -lusliig that chilly, miser r'-tliiSis- of half, lie 0j.,,.5,i0n ma, mortals are heir >o. B is whv I.e. «-a,er drinking i Sf 1, i„ips the , irclalion. Allan S ;,n age worn day and night «» £ ve ,r round cures the fauliy hood Billon of the stomach; consent,, ut- u"'Z,STr>». ; :: ■ n,,, s ai.d observing » u " B every week are wJSpnUMi meals m n —rules for good digestion. S'gHU. dinner a, night is neces fcf,l,o.e ul,.se pleasure or wo.kk l-s i t.i r.nt for i»niina»> B* V' ry ni 7 and go to bed about : A .„;e.,„ - repast ,akeu~at' -he day s{p,', th- us, Us and nerves are more red s':on.ach is a -ak st...

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. — 14 January 1904

Saturday TOIL SALE Extra to! tin Wei! Hnct Tin We will place on sale r.OO dozen full size Cnion Huck Towels iSx;,6 inches,, bleach fast selvidge edges and fringed ends. Yon can purchase these serviceable I Towels on Saturday, Jan. s6tli at 10 cents eaCfl or $1.00 pel dozen. .Not more two dozon to a customer. Our Many Patrons that Have Tab advantage of our previous Sat unlay specials full realize the great reductions made on this 01 bargain day. Rills - Gils - Bill - am - Althl And any class of goods which we call your special at tent ion to—are genuine bargains, These HncK Toweis at 1 Qc each or $1 ncr Bm We purchased for SPOT C \ Sll DIRECT FROM THE MlLtf Do not miss this opportunity to procure servin able, full-size huck towels at 10 Csiits Eachir $1.00 Per Dun SIN P. mm GO'S CASH .STOM Saturday Jan. 16,1904. Saturday Jan lg ,j Jan. Ir3i TOWEL Si

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. — 21 January 1904

~— _^jß^^J»r?^Mfe^^—^^Bb^D k DAWN Of BRIGHTER HOPKS A LIGHTHOUSE fOR THE NATION'S SAFETY— \ PEOPLE'S SHIP Of STATE A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR AM. MEM Vol. m. MORE GOOD ffIST'RY MATTHIAS BECKER SPEAKS He Dwells Mostly on Hardships Endured Coming to, and Living in Kittitas. MENTIONS BRIEFLY PERKINS' MASSACRE Tells incidents of Indian Sports and Wars Nine Heads of Families Mere at That Time. I wm born in Germany in 183.V and in 1853, 1 went by water from New Jersey to California, to the mines, in lH.",s. I came to Washington and first settled at Yelm Prairie. I Brsl earn,' to Kittitas county in 18H9, The family crossed by tbe Snoqualmle Pass, start in'.' from Muck, in Pierce county, while I crossed by tin- Natchez Pass. Extensive forest tires were raging and the wagons had a haul time getting over the mountains. Fires were burn ing on both passes and after much doubling back with the teams the family reached Kittitas. They were ' three weeks in crossing and spent four days of that tim...

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. — 21 January 1904

o Suspender Buttons See Their Finish New Declaration of Independence School Notes. Examination week. Next Monday is the flrat day of the new term. Report cards are due next Wednes day. New pupils will be admitted to room cut on Monday ( Jan 25th. A large number of new well-bound 101 ks. namely the Cyr's readers, num beisoneto eight have been received lor supplementary reading. In the attendance contest, room nine las received the whole, holiday which they will take Friday: roim ten. won the one-half hoi day. which they will have Friday after noon and room seven, the one-fourth holiday which will be taken the last periods Friday afternoon. George Gaston has been enrolled as a high school pupil. The Concordia Literary society was favored by the presence of most of the members and we are glad to note by that of a visitor. After the brief pro gram was rendered they went into the committee of the whole. A motion that six two minute speeches be given: the subjects and the speakers on the ...

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. — 21 January 1904

A DARK OUTLOOK FOR THE YOUNG MAN WITH WEAh LUNGB. Time and again we see young men lust arriving at their legal majority, ir having liarely passed it, suddenly •topped in a career full of promise. Disease has laid its band on the ! He who never took n thought for him self must be careful now. He must be careful aliout food ami drink, careful at'out his clothing and his exercise. No more late hours or night air. No more athletics. His lungs are "weak." He has an ominous cough. He has fallen away in flesh. When that cloud of consumption falls on a young man's life it darkeus every- thine. The words of love die unspoken on h.i hps. He cannot speak now to thegtrl he hoped would share his future. Middle aged men that have been under that cloud remember it s'.'.'.l with a shiver, lint the important fact is that there are men who were (■nee iv danger from "weak" lungs who hive grown strong again, married and brought up healthy families. HOW IT HAPPENED. There is no chance about such cures. ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 21 January 1904

4 ens bur ii Jhum. bur". WaslilnKtuu, uu ciiilUml 10 hocodU «liu<« postal rules. Tkhms: I'm Vkab. Cash : •{•'".' tr HOT PAID »i' III* 1 »»' 1 M " N I~H : " OKFii n: :i|-: Ni.nli Mliiu Street, between I' I Mid Pounn Street*, In W'el li block, tlKinu urn ncles: Alrxiiiiier >'• <"■• HpoKMic While's Advertising Uurriiu, Seiitue. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City. 4,000 Business men antl Firms in Ellensburg, 100 EDITORIAL NOTES. The democratic national convention will meet in St. Louis. Mo . Jul) (Kb. THE republican national convention meets In clt) of • hicogo, II!.. June L'lst. Political corruption was never so great In the world a- to-day and year by year ii grows more vicious and ram pant. Independence In American cit izenship, voting for men Instead of par ty, is the only hope of this republic. [p Btness for office ennlil made the standard instead of political |>ull, whai a change it would make in the genera' conditions of ourstate ...

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. — 21 January 1904

Chas. 11. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPhE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR tylliliAßS ROASTED COfpEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. Superior court reconvened Tuesday. Frank Williams of Toppenish, was in the city Friday. Roy Randall and wife went over to Buckley Sund iy. Sain Kleinberg came ovet from Seat tle Sat urday afternoon. Mrs. George Simpson has been ser iously indisposed of late The woi'k on the Cascade canal is progressing nicely, in the tunnels. Will Piland went down to Parker a few days ago to visit with his parents. l The Terpsichorenn club will give its next dance on Thursday evening, Jan. 28th, W. W. Bonney left this week for Pendleton, Oregon on prosesslouul bus iness. Mrs. A. 1.. Holllngsworth of Thorp, ' was in the city this week visiting friends. J. B, Fogarty was a North Yakima visitor recently. Mrs. M.E. Reigelsenl In a nice hatch of papers and magazines for the county ...

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. — 21 January 1904

6 Nellie—"Hello Jennie! Where are yon going with those old shoes." Jennie— "Why I am going to the Bon Marche to sell them. They offer 25c cash for old shoes." Jennie —"How's that? I never heard of such a thing. What are they going to do with them?" Jounie —"Oh, I don't know but I know they have swell shoes. Pioneer History. ('ontinued from page I. - Nearly everyone in Klleosburg was .■.■.'!'■• w is ii blockhouse anil people came in from around the valley for refuge. There was :i stockade around the old odd Fellows building. The Modoc war had affected us and all the Indians lef the valley. Among their leaders were Modoc Jack and ftbusbuskin, chief of the Kittitas Indi ans Chief Moses who was a line look lngjbre,te< led the tribes on the Colum bia. Chief Joseph was at tbe bead of Xez Perce Indians in Idaho. These tribes with some scattering smaller ones were putting on war paint and holding war dances. There were about one hundred and twenty men on each side and on tbe American sid...

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. — 21 January 1904

Additional Local Mrs. Joe Mahler is quite sick this Week. D. li. Hurchan ofCle Elutn, was in the city Tuesday. John Moore is confined to his room wit h rheumal ism. Uokn: to Mr, and Mrs.Ed.Goldsmith .1 an. 12th, a daughter. Harold Schannoreturned from a visit tin the Sound Tuesday. Mi-s Edith Neyharl went, over to the Sound ou v \ i-ii Tuesdu\. 11. r. Ackley is building an addition to G. I>. Henton's residence. James Shaw was arrested Sunday for violating the Sunday closing law. VV. D. Carter's condition is reported as wry little, if any better than last Heck. I Fred Agatz of Helena, Mont., passed phroiieh this city enroute to Seattle piunday. Hubert Saunders whose headquarters 'Is in Spokane is at home with his wife •%his week. Miss Nora Hill of .North Yakima, Was a guest of Mrs. J. I». Hill, a few lays this week. I Miss Gertude Gibson of Dayton, is ever visiting her sister Mrs. N. Skid ■tore of t his city, J, T. McDowell returned from Mis fsloula Tuesday, w here he bad a opera ...

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. — 21 January 1904

s Qood News for Close Buyers. Saturday, Jimuary oViritti, A»d ContlnuiHß tl.o Bntlfe Month. Wc start our annual Clearance and Muslin I ndeiucai , .1 < . We have made spccial effort to make this the greatest money saving sale wc h*J*"* leave it to you whether we succeed or not. Way last summer wc contracted w.th an ...let we. , . > - this underwear specially for this sale. They n -eded the and we made the best ,f our opportunity. We promise you good well made Muslin Underwear at a less price than you can Imj ihc nwUim. Airy garment perfect and worth double the price we ask during this sale. Note the pr.< cs qu several lines just as cheap not priced here. We also throw all of our table Liuen, without reserve into th» sale, You can afford to buy even though you may not be ready for it as the savings will be great lust is a sample we quote a full bleached all linen damask 64 inches wide so cents uer varrl p * 1 „ ui jr 11 j • j t * nxtra heavv all linen unbleached full 2 yards ...

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. — 21 January 1904

DAWN SUPPLEMENT. Normal Notes. Tbe Kltt'.tas County Teachers' asso- \ elation met last week in two divisions, ,j one al Denmark and two at Cle Khun, j,| The meet ing at Denmark, District No. 1( 12, was of special interest because of t the presence ol a large number of citi- | Kens »nd because of Ihe value of the ex I ~ erclses. ii was in pel that there would 4 , he sufficient snow for a sleighing party 1 in which case a large number of teach-,. era from Ellensburg and vicinity would 1 0 have attended the meeting. As it was, j v only a small number of teachers were | present. Every one of these, however , was an active participant in the exer- j cises of toe da} and at tbe close the fol- , Lowing resolution was unanimously v voted: t I ;.:s< >v i.;.i>. That division one of tbe , Kittitas Count) Teacher's association | express their thanks lo the citizens ol j District No. 12 for their hospitality aud - lor t heir presence at I his meet inc. And ~ that the association congrat...

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. — 21 January 1904

OUTING FLANNELS! OUTING FUNNELS! Sit Mr! 1304 Sat. Jn. 25rl 1904 On SjfiMl Sale Sail Jaman M 1904 Como Twill Fannels, Meteor Flannels, Hiawatha flannelettes, Larchmont and iieecedown flannels. All of the above well known brands will be included in this great Saturday sale. Stripes, cheeks, plaids, matted and plain colors, also many fancy designs to choose from. The quality you have been paying 10 cents per yard for, will be 0 3-4 Saturday, Jan. 2;3rd. 12 1-2 cent quality will be 9 1-2 cents per yard at this Special sale. As many of our customers were unable take advantage of our towel sale, and having a small lot left we will close out the balance of these EXTRA HEAVY HUCK TOWELES At 10 cents Each or 81.00 per dozen FDGARTY MPARTS CASH STORE HUCK TOWELS

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. — 28 January 1904

%~-t> > Aki V JraiV" f■ s *>.— . I -_-w.jj #• J3) 1 ft-*/ afi , ;.w\ an ' :: '" - * '4^^^ J - - - br." ■ rn:" - - -— , "-"'-" 1 \ DVWN OP URIGHTER llol'KS A LItiHTHOI'SK FOR. THK NAT I >NN HAFKTY— A I'Kol'l.K'rt SHI!' OF STATK V OOVK'tN \I KXT OF .MM TICK FOR ALL MX.V Vol,, xi. A TRIP UP NORTH. THE ROUND TRIP IN WAGON Austin Mires and Ralph Kauff man Enjoyed the Trip in Fall of 1387. EXPERIENCE WITH A RATTLER ! IN BED Story ol Their visit to Ruin City sad the Okanogan Minos .i< Told b> A. Mires fer The Dawn It was cm the morning of Wednesday Aug. 24. thai Italph Kauffroan and rhe writer, with a llghl two-horse rig. too heavy, however, for tie' span df livery horses corapnslna our team, started for the new Okanogan mining camps of Ruby and < 'on mlly. The weather was warm and we did not deem it necea ary to encumber our selves with our overcoat*. During tbe trip in we needed nn extra clothing to keep warm; tothe contrary on our re turn. Tbe Brat trip over a new m...

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. — 28 January 1904

2 Additional Local (>. C'arorj went to Seattle Tuesday. Mrs. Mat Bartholet is quite 111 this week. .liilin Bieren returned from a visit in Minnesota Saturday. Tom Maxey is proving an excellent janitor at the court house. S. W, Maxey went to Spokane and Pullman the flrst of the week. o. \V. Pavtzke and H. <'. Ackley are down near Kiona duck hunting. Mrs. Carl Fetters was operated on iv Spokane for a tumor this week. E. G. Grindrod is taking a short course at the agricultural college. Rev. S. L. Helm returned from a visit iv Spokane with his sons Friday. Miss P< arl Pearson won tin- diamond riny; at tbe Catholic Fair Saturday eve. nlng Mrs. M. J. Fulton of Denver, Colo., is a guest of her son, E. P. Fulton, and family. Mrs. Will Tut tie of CleElxm is vis iting with her father, W. P. Hlddleson, this week. Mrs. Fred L. Ballon nf Tacoma. is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mills, this week. Mrs. Sam Pearson is so mucb im proved that she is able to be up and around the h...

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. — 28 January 1904

"My Head! My Head!" Sudden Blindness and Dizzi ness. What Causes It ? Tlu> first step to the finding of a cure (or any disease is to find its cause. And it's a notable fact that tin- cause of a disease may lie quite remote from its manifestations, Headache, spots before the c* es and dir.liuess are only symptoms of disease. When '.he experienced phy- S'Ctan is confronted with these symptoms in a woman he enquires at once as to the condition of the womanly health. Ho knows that the general health is intimately related to the local womanly health, and from the very symptoms he argues derangement or disease of the delicate womanly organism. So tar he is right, hut when he begins to treat Uic disease he has Incited how often he " / would have very hard headaches and blind s/>ells." fails. In the letter m' Mr-. Douglass given below, she says that in ten years of suffering she; tried seven doctors with out permanent benefit. Her family phy sician said she could not get well. Vet wha...

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. — 28 January 1904

4 gllcnsbui-ci Jlaiun. Entered Nov. Rth lf»4. ni tlx' in-Ntofnee. Bllwik buw. WuHhlngton, us entitled to second clv*. postal rates. T«BMs: PRH YKAK, C*«H : • »|-™ If Hot PAID WITHIN THttKl MOUTHS . Orricßi 8U North Mum Street, between I'lilrcl ana Fourth (streets, In Wei* block. This pi 1 cr is .;.. V [VV ttsn [■ uifi 1' leu. ,\n > 1.1 -i White's AilvertlMiiin llureuu. sctitiit.. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population ol" County, 12.23.4 Population of City. 4» 000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, mo EDITORIAL NOTES. Thk republican state central ci It tee has been called to meet In Seattle, February 27, to uame date and place for holding the Btate convention, ••That is tbe queatlon, shall the railroad lobby dominate the adminis tration of affairs, corrupt the legisla ture and rule the < unonwealtb, or ■hall tbe people, through their chosen representatives, control their own ai fairs." t;,iv. MeUride. HOME men seem to think that because the\ are purchasable and lull ol cor rup...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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