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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 28 January 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR JVNIiUARS ROASTED COFFEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRUT FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. E. E. Wilson spent Thursday in Ta coma. G, O. Wilson registered in Tacoma Thursday. Moses Pefferof East Kittitas, was in the city Friday. W. C. Brant of Genesse, Idaho, was in the city Friday. John W. Barnhart of East Kittitas, was in the city Friday. Six Car loads ol hogs were shipped from this point Friday. A. 11. StulfaUth, editor uf the < 'apitol has been indisposed of late. W.M. Kenney ami 1.. E. Street made a visit to Tacoma Saturday and Sunday. ('apt. A. C. Steinman visited a sick comrade in North Yakima one day last Week. 11. M. Tomlison of Portland. I He., re presenting li. <>. Pun ,\ Co., was in city Friday. Jes,e McDonald of East Kittitas came in last week and registered in the Mis souri society. Miss Moynihan, recently of Michigan takes up it...

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. — 28 January 1904

6 Nellie —"He'.lo Jennie' Where are you going with those old shoes." Jennie —"Why I am going to the Bon Marehe 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?" Jennie —"Oh. I don't know but I knew they have swell shoes. A Trip Up North Continued from page 1 about opposite where the citj of Wen atchee now stands by noon, and her< in it sni 1 ■ ' He it known, however, there was no citj then then, nor in fuet had there yet rent . • : - 10 til f a from the r:vei v wi ; . terr\ tnui wit I lleaf We knew he was ui.y bj the »n) b< moved, and that lie bad fleas, oi some thins eise. by tbe way he scratched. The tern boat was on a pur With the fern man. It was n shabby concern and we feared every moment we were doomed to tbe bottom ol tbe river. The boat was propelled bj some kind ol v steam engine, fed with drift wood, ana geared to tbe pauuie wheels with a belt. Everj nowand then the engine would...

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. — 28 January 1904

Commi»sioner Proceedings. (Continued from last week.) K. R. Airsnian witness • " 00 Judson Conkle " 71,0 George Suyles, justice-of peace, i ■>•> Wm. Harold constable, 2 20 W. 13- Wllgus witness,. 2 20 Charles Luptoa, " 220 John Uriggt* justice 2 815 Wni. ltrigj_'sconstable 3 I" MiUe Keveln witness - 20 [noooento Morgando witness ... 22n .lobu Brlggs justice 1 00 Wm. Brlggs constable 2 20 Henry Smith justice 8 15 Wm. Brlggs constable 3 Ul Theron Stafford just ire 2 (15 P. F. ttaighl constable H 40 Ceorjre Sayles justice I 55 Wm. Harold constable - 20 Henry Smith justice 3 00 Wm. Briggs constable 2 20 Theron Statiord justice ... - 15 l\ y. Haighl constable - 95 Ellensburg Capital stationery ... 00 C'arello & Geuasei Mdse pauper 130 05 Jerry Horgan nurse pauper .... 81) 00 D. A.Brown «v Co. Mdse pauper Hi) 00 Sesoens&Gilbaugh burial pauper 30 00 Ellensburg Lumber Co supplies 150 Koepke & Shoudy supplies in 50 Scott & Cameron supplies <w 50 Aornbeek & Buliar...

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. — 28 January 1904

8 Close lJ Stitii rilayo j 2tLa£i WlaiiHi, Ajkl Coiilinii SaijLi: 3>i i «~2 n jlt U iCutire AJonl W'c start our annual Clearance aul . i/.ti\\ta! ,'a. . .. , > > i , L•■ '- 1 '■ ' ii.iv l * c"i 1 1 11e1' 1 • e will We have made special cli »rt to make tills t a • givueM. mo.i leave it to v<m whether we succeed or not. Way last summer we e >nt: a • . •'••• > 1 •'■■■• 11 fact >i y for this underwear specially for this sale, They n-eded the money ami we made the best of our opportunity. We promise you good well made Mu>lin Underwear at a less price than you can buy the material. hvery garment perfect and worth double the price we a<k during this sale. .\<>K 11 i • p. a s <,u > 1 h ic. We ha\e 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 ...

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. — 28 January 1904

DAWN SUPPLEMENT. USEFUL KEROSENE. 11.... It May He I »eil to Adviiiitmare About the House. It is leu only for the purpose of illu mination that kerosene Is useful shout n house. The very oil that is used in lamps can he turned to excellent nc- COUnt in more ways than one, but the mnjorlty of housewives do not know the dozen and one things that coal oil will do. There is nothing better in the world for cleaning an enameled or zinc bath tub than a .loth that has been well saturated with kerosene, says tbe New York Journal. The accumulations that anther from the hard water come away with scarcely any effort when the oily . loth is applied. in a kitchen sink the same is true. The soil and dirt that are bound to pit her, no matter how careful and tbor oiigh one may be. give away at once before the pool oil. Plenty of scalding Int water, however* should follow the use of kerosene. A c upful in a boiler in which clothes are on wash day helps to improve their col ir aid makes them easier at...

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. — 28 January 1904

17 l-2e Per Yarl 171-2cPui*Yi N I.' -E 1 Saturday Jaw M 1904 The latest productions of most desirable TA 1h t KKTA 1? I HI H > X Beat millinery widths, in black and all the net shades for spring, having a beautiful lustroi finish, sash widths, in the popular shades Wash In cardinal, navy, pink old rose, light idue,til niais, heliotrope, nile, ecru, black, white an creme. These all silk taffeta ribbons are .J. >i I -2 and inches in width, sold at most stores for '2o and 3 cents per yard. Oi Sale lis? kit 50, 131 MUTT COMPANY'S CASH STORE Taffeta ■ At 17 1-2 cents per yard. Neck Ribbon

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. — 4 February 1904

. dawn OF BIUUHTKH HOI'F.H A LKiHTtIOFrfF Foil THK NATIONS HAFF/PY— ' \ I'KOI'LF'S HUM' OF STATU V OOVHIIXMKXT OF JLHrtOK FOTt ALL MEN Vm.. XI. A TRIP UP NORTH. THE ROUND TRIP IN WAGON Austin Mires and Ralph Kauff man Enjoyed the Trip in Fall of 1887- EXPERIENCE WITH A RATHER ? IN BED Story of Their visit to Ruby City anil the Okanoijan Mines as Toiil by A. Mires for The Dawn I'ndrr such condition! every re« quatatance la a friend. We joyfully greeted our friends, which greeting was as heartily returned. Strange as it may seem, we still had with Ui enough of the price of "John Barley Corn" to wash out our throats, and so in good western fashion asked the boys to "have a drink" to which invitation I there was a simultaneous and enthusi- , astic acceptance by the boys leaping out of their rig and running to ours. After the usual Inquiries as to road and distance and the replies thereto, always pronounced deliberate false hoods before night by the questioners, we bid a passing farewell...

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. — 4 February 1904

ri-i - Uaki I, good >t '/ a traw . ■: - ' '•' I . R y - Kmai iff,l What men are a,'.", to term success often prove-. *r. eternal tail ire. The * mi nmokei not look the l/'hristmax cigar box of. the label. Strive v»rr i->a ways handicapped by l.avjr.g to help Wait i oraver. If we had a i/jy who tlept late on ( hristroas morning we would send for the doctor. I'erhap* the voting public will wake Up when "graft" begins to pi neb the in'l ..«. lal pocket wiii*. We feel aw*, ly norry for a man whose highest .<:«; ■of a "good time ' is ft fill u[< ari'i walk crooked. Some 1 bri<"airm approach the mercy ■et' with 'hi- a r ol a court officer serving a wit. of mandarri in, Kver i"i down the street of a city Bod wonder why the public school buildings 'Jo fiot hear KigtM, 'li'ij.s Wanted?" The man who wain for something to t urn up is a-f foolish as the man who thinks a dictionary nbould have an index. We Know some girls whose best Christmas gifts to their mother-, wouhl l.v to r...

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. — 4 February 1904

M. Bartholet & Co. The Big Stofe. AND M. BARTHOLET 8t CO. City Dad's Doing. (('ontinued from page 1• • appointed to consider the sth stt t crowing near i he depot: To the Mayor ami City Council ot the l !ity of KUeusburg, < ientlemen: We. your committee, appoint eel to Investigate the railroad crowing at "»th itreet, beg to report as follows: We have examined the crossing and tind it t<i be extremely dangerous from the fact that the i*itch engine is fre quently crowing and recrossing the name and without giving any warning audit is Impossible for a teamster to t,.|| when ati engine is coming whether or not it will stop or proceed across the cri • —ii og« 1,, our judgment the only effectual remedy is for an over head crossing to be put in, the same to be 20 feet wide with a six foot reiling en each side, and an additional four foot walk for foot travelers. We think, from the lay of the ground that such a structure could be built at not a very great expense, and in view of t...

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. — 4 February 1904

4 Hllcnsburq Ihum. i«ntered Nov. sth IKM at the Postofflee Ellens burs'. Washington, »» entitled to secona oumm postal rui»--». Tr.iiv- P*H Year Cash : JJ-JJ lr Mil PAID WITHIS i'HKEB MOKTHH : |1» Orrn B: 819 North Main Street, between fblrd umt Fourth Streets. In Webb Lim it. TliW put 1 r i- on «!•• with the r. •::.,»:! v stiver Using ssi neles: Al< *»i n r a . v Spokane White - Advertising Bureuu Scuttle. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County. 12.2.34 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 EDITORIAL NOTES. WILL IT REPUDIATE M'BRIDE? A faction of the republication party |a striving to defeat Governor McUride in the lepublician state convention. That fact! while comparatively email In Dumber*, and having no lnfluet.ce with thi disinterested voters. is alert and active as ate invariably men who buve seltisb interests at Mtke .:i ii it has i' v.i i lul ii -i urcen it.i-li u.i g tb»' > i»iJi■ mis and other designing influences* which want to «...

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. — 4 February 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPIiE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR fvlluliAßS ROASTED COFFEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN N'tRY BRIEF FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. 111. Blair spent Sunday in Tacoma. (I. T. Sbatswell went over to Seattle Tuesday. Adam Mogk rem: tied from Seattle a few days since. Mrs. Fred Butcher is dangerously ill wit h pneumonia. A. 11. Ilawn spent a few days recent ly on the sound. OeOt'ge Mogk is able to be up and around once more. The city council met in rec ala r.ses sion Monday evening. ('. 1!. < I raves went to Olytnpia Tues-1 day on legal business. Miss Delia Collins has been some* whai indisposed of late. There were more farmers in town on Saturday than for a longtime, John VanAlstine and family came over from Sumner Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. 11. 10. Thompson wenl over to Tacoma Tuesday afternoon. Mrs A. N, Hamilton, of Seattle, is a guest of her nephew, A. 11. StlllfttUth, a id wife. Mrs....

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. — 4 February 1904

Nellie—"Hello Jennie: Where are you, 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'" fonnie —"Oh. I don't know but I know they have swell shoes. A Trip Up North t 'ontinued from page 1. the old toad and struck out over this "cutoftV We followed 'In- dim wagon tracks over the bunch grass, at that time there had not been over a half do/en vehicles over the route until the growing darkness made it impossible to tell whether we were in or out of the road. As the hours wore on the darkness grew more Intense until we could proceed no farther. I gathered some dry pine sticks and lighted a torch and walked ahead to -how the way. We traveled in 'his fashion for two hours or more, part of tie- time over a rough rooky way. arid our pro gress -low. We had to 1,.- all tin- more Careful too. from 'In- fear of dropping some tire in the dr...

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. — 4 February 1904

Additional Local Casper Mills visited la lloslyn last Thursday. Ole MoetJ of Mast Kittitas.is quite ill tli is week. Phil Bitter of Yakima was in the t-it y yesterday. U.S. Blwood made a business t rip t" Boslyn Thursday. K. [J.Mct andleas spent Saturday in the city wil li friends. s. W. Parris added six cows to bis City Dairy I his week. Carroll B. (1 raves attended courl in North Yakima this week. (V. Warner is in I )lympla t his week attending the supreme court. Drill nighl of ('o.( '.has been changed from Wednesday to Tuesday. Prof, F. 1.. < alkins sold 125 lon- of hay Friday at Ii >• Ins figures. Thoms|Mtn a Gray -lop I.a carload of lines to Tacoma Tuesday. Robert Murray of South Kittitas, went over toSeattle Tuesday. Win. Hall of Blow Corners, has been visiting relatives In (He Khun. Benrj Toiler has been seriously ill of hear; trouble several days past. 1,. !■'.. St reel ami mother and W. M. Kenney visited in itoslyn Friday. Miss Noel of sh.w Corners, attended a social ...

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. — 4 February 1904

8 A Forerunner of Spring This remind* us that the season is changing and we arc prepared to begin telling you of the many new things which we will have for Spring. With the changing of the season comes the changing of the store. The Groceries have been moved and we occupy their space with a Clothing Store The Mew Goods which Are Now Arriving. That side will be strictly a Men's Clothing Store. Here you will find everything in the Ready-to-wear Line lor men and boys. Cloth ing that is m ide to fit as well as wear. This store will not consist of a few olds and ends, in the clothing line, tacked on to a Dry Goods store, hut a store within itself with as large a line to select from as you will find anywhere. Nothing but good dependable Goods will be sold here. We think the bjst is none to j good. No shoddy stuff will ever hi foun 1 in this store. On the Drygoods side we now have m ire room than ever before. This week's special in the Dry floods department will be There is hardly a subjec...

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. — 4 February 1904

DAWN SUPPLEMENT. FOR THE CHILDREN Liquid Layers. 1 Everybody kuows that some liquids are lighter than others. But there Is 'tothlng like an actual experiment to ftlustrate this important principle of physics to boys and girls or to grown people either for that matter. jTue experiment here described may §be made by any careful young person, Kind It is well worth making, If only for ■the amusement it will afford. Get a Sail wineglass and into It pour cold faweetened coffee to a depth of half an Then make a cone of writing paper fwlth a very small opening at the lower lend, and bend that end until it mukes • right angle with the cone. Into the cone pour water very gently and care fully, so that It will pass out of the ! small end against the side of the glass and thence down on to the surface of the coffee. Make another cone and through It pour a little claret wive, then through a fresh cone a little salad oil nnd through another fresh cone a little al cohol, making the depth of each l...

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. — 4 February 1904

Put Me off rr , at Buffalo Is an old gag we are all more or less tired of listening to, but we are not going to anoy yon any further on this score, but are going to PUT SOMEONE OFF AT St. LOUIS, Mo., to at tend the grand Exposition to be held there during the coming months by giving them a round trip ticket , free gratis, in this manner: Beginning with Saturday, Feb. 6th to con tinue until May 15th, we will issue with every $1 purchase you make at our popular store, a ticket which will entitle you to a chance on above round trip ticket. Our object in doing this is to introduce our large and beautiful spring and summer line of goods which we have just received, opened up and placed on sale at decidedly lower fig ures than ever before offered in this city, comprising the latest novelties shown in wash goods for spring and summer wear in the following weaves: Bourette, Batiste Novelty, Boutonne-Tissue, Maskel Tissue, Brode Imbroidered Lace Swisses, Windsor Pappillon, Embroidered mousel...

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. — 11 February 1904

\ DAWN OF UIIKJHTKH HOPF.B A LKSHTUOITSK Fol! 'nil: NATION'S BAFHTY— A IF.i H'LK'S sin I' OF vr : \ (;< (VKItN VI UN I' or JIJSI'K !K F< Ml ALL MION Vol. xi. A TRIP UP NORTH. THE ROUND TRIP IN WAGON Austin Mires and Ralph Kauff man Enjoyed the Trip in Fall of 1887- EXPERIENCE WITH A RATTLER ! IN MA) Story of Their visit to Ruby City and the Okanogan Minei as Told hy A. Mires for The Dawn We had nothing for breekfast, so anise early and hurried on our way. Only a few miles and we suddenly came to tbe brink >>f the bill forming the high bunk of the i (kanogan river. We were not lone; in making our way down the mountain, and across the river to Pard Cummings,' where we goi a line breakfast of bam and eggs, and stopped and rested till noon. Here we met my old friend, .lim Byrnes, who haw come down from Ruby city on horseback to meet the teams with his liquors and saloon outtit. C. A. Pressey was freightitii.' in for him ami had then heen on the road from Flllensburg for lift...

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. — 11 February 1904

2 Ur. Gray head. Ir, the death of l>r, P. I', ••my. Xl« /i i,.. [j, ti» profession i.'- has had a wide and benetielent influence, having bad a practice which took bun into many of the homes of Kittitas valley. !. "I heart won for him the m!mit*sition of with Whom he can,'- iii con tact. When such » life goes out, it i> a distinct loss to humanity, ami thenar* ticular community, in which be had made bis home suffers irreparably, In In-, profession tbe Dr. was painstaking and studious, and many who are now enjoyiny eood health look Ijack to his services with the kindesl recollection. To i"' so generally respected as was his good fortuuo to be, is v boon for any man. To attain to his standard of re spect is an aspriation worthy of any p< rson, The community with which ho had rait his lot for the past sixteen years years ti id not fail to show its apprecia tion ol the merits ol the ii,an and citi zen. 'I wiee, 01 cc in |Bi>7, and again in v Spring s APART ° f the Spring Line...

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. — 11 February 1904

Laces St Per Ti EXTRORDINARY CASH STORE! Point do Paris Lace, [nsertion to match,a Yd: Cotton Clunv Normandy Vallencennes French Torchon Luces Rpmamhor With every $1.00 worth of goods purchased from us until May 15th, 1904 rtememuer yQU are entit | ed t0 a chance for a round trip ticket to St. Louis and return at our expense. S. P. Fogarty's Cash Store. Feby. 13, '04 LACE SALE Saturday Feb. 13th SIMON P. FOGARTY'S c**- AVING made an immense purchase of Seasonable £LJ 1 Laces from one of the largest importers in New JSr York c»ty we - )lace tliem 00 s:llc at 5 cents per Yard. Laces and Insertions for which yon have heretofore paid 15 cents per yard will be on sale at the low price of oeilts JJfc? 1* yard As these are all this Seasons latest patterns and far superior to values ever offered in Elleusburg,we would advise onr many friends and patrons to avail themselves of this Lace Sale Extraordi nary (as they are excellent for Washing). See our show windows. A few of the many patterns ...

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. — 11 February 1904

4 £llcnsburg Jhum. 1 Mntered Nov. Mta IBM, at the Ppstofflce. Ellens burg, Washington, asenittled to second olu»» postal rates. Tr.iiM- I'm Vnii I' y~n ■ *] |r Mul VAIU WITHIS rHBKB MOirrHH : il.Wl orn. MS Xi rth Main Street, between I'hlrd md Fourth Street*. In WVbb block. "Thin nam r lii on Hie »fl. ihi" following udvei tlaing V..., i.»: Ah* ■ * "• Spokane White's Advertising Uureuu, xeuuie. ROBERT A.TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12.23? Population of City. 4.000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, too EDITORIAL NOILS. THK moth n ol Assessor <'< onse ol Yakima county, in tin- Spokane cm ■ Vention, to assess the railroads at * 10. hum ;i mile should have prevailed. Tin peonle ai '■ entitled to some considera tion as well as the corporations The individual laxpayi r noi i nl) [<ays his own tax, but helps to pay tbe tuxes ol tbe railroad corporation also. How do jou like that*;' Is it fair? I- it Just? ('N' k more the democratic party ol tin- state I.a- tl.i- i pport...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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