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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 March 1904

\ n\WN Of HHUiHTKIt HOP MS A 1.1 IHTHOIISP, Poll Till-: NATION'S SAPP.TY— n ' \ I'!•;<) I'LP'S SHIP OK' STAT-'I \ O >VP, IN IKN I' o : '' .fIHITCR Pi>!l ALTj MI3M Vol. xi. ONZ CONVENTION MAY HTH CITY OP TACOMA The Railroad and An4i*Mcßride Delegation Were Cut In Full Fightiug Force. NOT IMPOSSIBLE TO NOMINATE M il (IDE The One Convention Idea Prevailed by Voteol Nineteen t" Fourteen Kittitas County geti I- Delegate*, SfiATTLK. Peh 2~ Praetiea'ly • very railroad attorney ami aiiti-Vicllrlde re* publican worker ol pr iiience in liie state i-in Seattle toibiy io Hllemltlie mceltr.L.- of the republican slate cen tral ci nittee, Prominent railroad worker- present include Charles I. Chattiberlain, X, 11. Oule, Will 11. Thompson, Dr. .1. I. Smith, John Woo ■- ing ami P. •'. Sullivan of iiii- city; George Stevenson, Water Christian of Lincoln, Davis of Tac'jmi; M I. Hard, of Mount Vernon! W, II Hare, Yakima: George J. Hurley, of St. yens county; J, OH. Scobey, Thomas 11. Cavanatigh...

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. — 3 March 1904

- -. -• ~ ■ f> ' - ton. Martin. ".*.* •. 7. I". Barton. Percy H. Bradaha*'. '•*•". H. T. • - X . J»tr.-* St«veo*oo. C A .; 7. K. <;■ - r. D -'- •- • - ■ }.■•_•- • Warninij Notice. i- • For the Mothers The Boys Department has just been strength ened with the new invoice from the New York rr.akers. It shows many striking patterns and one of the newest is the two piece Suits with a Leather Belt. I like to have you lock them over. Men s Apparel. All Age;. I ' - - - m •• • m Your Moneys Worth or Your Money Back. ••- - : A:. i~. -c : _c::c-j. -" F. C. SHAN AH AX -.' - i\ *; •« * • • • i> ... r; IT] F pMl^nilT'C W*d - -... .*. - -j? * • , KLUG CRAIG. COAL Do You Burn Coal? We have on hands and keep a supply of Roslyn Coal Delivered to ar.v rart of the City Try it. J. W. GIIihAM. Cob!e'« Bar- The Place The Place THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET T F HEtGHES k CO.. PBOPSItTOH Fresh and Salt Meats. Your Patrocage Solicit^

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 March 1904

Sat. March q We wiii place on Special Sale 50 Doz. Ladies' Fast Black Cotton I lose at lOets. per pair 50 " Men's " " " naif " " " " " 75 " Misses " '" " " " LOT Extra Special Sale at 25 Cents Per Pair As we wisli to introduce our own special brand of Fast Black Cotton and Lisle Hose, you will And among this 100 dozen lot, a very large variety of Lace Stripe, Polka dot, Fleur de lis and Fancy open work stripes, the very latest creations for Spring 11)04. This lot is of exceptional value —high special heel--of superior quality and extra fine finish. All of the celebrat ed Louis Hermsdorf dye which guarantees them to be fast black and stainless. On sale Saturday at the reduced price of 25 cents per pair. Do not forget that with each dollar's purchase from now until May 15, 1904 we give you a coupon which en titles you to a chance to visit the St. Louis Exposition at our expense. S. P. Fogarty's Cash Store. Ladies Fast Black Hose. Men's Fast Black Half Hose Misses' Fast Black Hose The ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 March 1904

gllcnsburg tlaum. 1 it > »'h;t- - - ROBERT A.TURNER EITCR Population of County. 13.334 Population of Cit>. 4.0 - Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, ioc EDITORIAL NOTES. -- •- - ' k -• . ■ : . • : . . . •• . ■ - - . - i ■ . ■ ••• . ' - .• i I. • flngus S. Williams. JVI.D. ('7. neral practice of 10 FRAME IRRIGATION LAY. GOV. VBRiDE APPOINTS CO.HMiTTEE ! "~\ T£ <*\ r ; *j> <r<* Li li xy L' V - V." . ler v c : ■ is st' ■ * i ir. • r= - ■■ rri ' - •. • . C. :: : We v ii' i j-ou the pennyi « ■; i . ■ ••Stop that Co#" Sijrup Harry S. Eiwood's Drugstore ™/V£VV YORK STORE K< k lll< >VM 1 Hi I 1< k X w is the time to buy g1 J •'■> at less tnan value. eeial - s !!. L. Stowell. fcot vet Sons. '.:;>..: - -'' ' ' » - —- • • » . For Coughs and Colds. Mon- JK 1 —"A v. ... .. ifflciW, :. ' ;*ha* Bros. CDPC -uSeM* 11 > 1 1 - : .-. to toy* - ii! Ufceuß, it ■'■ HILI, PUGiT SOUND CUFFLYCO. Con- - ssion Merchant i-ctatGc3 Hay and Farm Produce, Ellensburg Ircn and...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 March 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOUE AGENT FOR MIUURRS ROASTED COFFEE. THE LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF EORM Just What You Want to Know About (iiven Correctly and Concisely. Mrs. Lillibridge la quite ill ibis week. O. I. Wilson ni' Kuslyn, was in the city tbis week. Mr-. Herman 1 'age of Thorp, was in the city Monday. Samuel Kriedel returned from I'ort liiinl Sal nrday evening. Mrs. 11. M. Klnkade has been seri ously Indisposed of late. Mr-. .1. K. Devinney has I n imlis peged For sevei al du> - pasi .1, A. tirlin returneil from a visit on the Sound 'I hursdaj afternoon. Tbe Woman's club nl ibis city will give a dance on Waster Mon<lay night. John Van Alstine has been confined to his bed fur several days with rheu matism. Mrs. David Walters of the west — I»I■ - fa ai been dangerously ill of lute with peritonitis. Mrs, frank Turner of Thorp, came down .Miii].ia;, in look after the wants.of Mr-. Lilltbridge. Austin Mires attended...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 March 1904

6 It Teste the duality of Eoth Blood and Muscle. There are grade* even in hard work. The actual labor may not be greater :n O'.il case than in another, but tlie con ditions under which the work is done intensify the strain upon the enure body. To work in the harvest fie'd, under a hot sun. is. after all, a healthful occupation. To work in a stoke hole, .:<-<-p in the I iwell of an c-ean !:urr. or nil ier ground in some basement, imposes far more strain and produces greater exhaus tion than the hardest work ::i the field ou the hottest o: July day s. Vita! statistics 1 tell the story, The peerage life of the man in •.!;- stokehole, the ru ig mil the st t the ■'ass fa lory, :■> t..r etow the average Lie of the open air woricer, V-t the ivrrage '■ • oi t! hard •forking men coul !be onsideral ly pro, i mge t'ri' I learn the force of t'ia*. BiWieul state ment, " . he tie- li c seeks to prolong his life, he must take account of his bio.i -for that is the vital fluid. WAITING FOR ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 March 1904

Additional Local Superior court convenes Monday. W.T.France's Is slowly Improving Agnesa Kineth spent Friday In the city. The snow is 1" feel deep al Stampede tunnel. Mrs. Dave Walter Is reported some better. Abe X reidel is rusl Icatlng ut flot Springs. Harry Waldon of Seattle, was in the city Thursday ■ Our paper is late this week as a re sult of moving. Jem Crossof Thorp prairie, was in tin' city Thursday. M. I* 1 Stundley has been quite sick ■ince our last issue. Dr. Felch. county health ofticer, visited Thorp Sunday. [Vliii, (,•(>. Brock man been on the nirk lii |)ii»l week. Mi-* Ituby Kreldel Is visited Spo- Itane i he Hrsi of i he week. Mr. Jackson of Yakima is a guest of his broi her "f the Vanderbilt. N. H, Manny of this city returned from the Sound Tuesday evening. Harry S. Itiddell was in tie' city Monday to take in tie' Uostonians. Y/our taxes, personiul, becomes deliuquent today if nol paid previously, The -iniw fall is heavy In the mountains l»'tli weal und north ol...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 March 1904

- Who's Yoisr Taitor ? In the Dry Goods Dep't. al W I ' 2 — • ... TJT3 - \/\ / g ' *>, f»| c * I AOI I v>/{ UUUg V 011 co i E-la ill I nss Nrivp tv \A/p^v/fic

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 March 1904

\ |)\WN OF BRIGHTER HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE EOH THE NATION'S HAEETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OP ST YT;-: A OOVE'INVIENT OP HN PICE POM ALT, MRSN Vol. xi. CITY DADS DOINGS _ COUNCIL MET MONDAY EVE And Transacted the Regular Routine Business and Allowed Bills DISCUSS THE WATER FOUNTAIN QUESTION Mayor Appoints Fire and Water Committee to Assist the Ladies in Placing the New Fountain Properly. The city council met Monday even- Ins In regular session, (he following answering the roll call: Mayor Elynn; Councilmen Wright, < >I~< ii. Hornbeek, Meaghers Peed, and I'urdiu; absent, I 'aimer. Upon petition from the W. I. T. U, presented by the secretary, the mayor appointed a committee consisting of the fire and water committet —Meagh- era, l'urdin and Palmer to co-operate witli the ladies in finding a suitable place for and locating the new fountain. The Si. Louis Brewing Co presented a petition asking that it be allowed to continue its business in its present place until the new building be com ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 March 1904

2 SUITS Many surprises a\va : : the ~!2n who locks through my lire of suits >sith over 6CC from which to selectin Cassimere arc Worsted It ; orrr s an array to sat;s ; > the most particular. To reduce stock 1 have cut the prices sharp.... Man> choice Patterns. well mace in ail re i p cc:s »nc s. ■» /% that have always sold at a / Ov SIO to $15. Price * #^ frcmslStoslß New | T ese are :- ) seme samp- C. L. Collins. Men s Appa'd All £ ecs Ycur Moneys Worth c- \ cv' Money Back ... ■. t 5 — **» - ♦ - — •■ >>bored, ol; brbg ■■ bii Toq|| - ' •■■ & mount* 1 :>«■ yos, • - . tor." '** ' doatttr Warning Kotico. • - - ■ - *m m. - * /,\ Mar:h 15th CO A L Do You Burn Coal? and keep 1 supply cf Roslyn Coal J. W. GILLRM. Tie P;a.cr Tie Place •v- W w *- * * ~ " v" — v" * I'PT • Fresh and Salt Meat*

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 March 1904

REMNANT SALE SATURDAY, MAR. 12. Gr©ss.t Rcmnflnt S&lc On Saturday, March 13th, we place on Sale ALL the Remnants which have accumulated since we opened our doors for business. And our first Grand Spring Opening takes place Thursday, Kvc, Mar. 17, and continuing Friday and Saturday, following. All remnants must be closed out on Saturday, March 12th, Regardless of former price.*. :: : Take advantage of this opportunity to secure : Remnants of Wool Dress Goods and Silks, Remnants of Table Linen and Toweling, Remnants of Sheetings and Muslins, Remnants of Ginghams and Percale s, Remnants of Cretonnes and Calicos, Remnants of Outing Flannel and Flannelettes, Remnants of Sateens and Shirtings, Remnants of Lawns and Nainsooks, Remnants of Embroideries and Laces, Remnants of Silk and Satin Ribbons, With each one dollar purchase from now until May 15 Aye give you a coupon which entitles you to a chance for a round trip ticket to the St. Louis Exposition, FH K K. S. F a Fogarty's Cash Sto...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 March 1904

4 gllcnsbuvg £kuun. BnU-retl No* Mil ISVI. :.i 111' ' -'■ " •- 1 b l„.sia, rilU-s. TKltu- I'l I! VKAH I' VII lr No'i I'Ain wn ins ihki-k .months •. . Orrn i sis North y.s !-•■■••■ '••••••!• 1 •' ■i ■ tls'.l 1 v robf:rt a.turner editor. Population of County, 12,23 d Population of City, 4,000 Business nun and Firms in Ellensburr*, 1 « EDITORIAL NOTIiS. HOW IT COI I li BE DONE. The benefit* di rived Irom the rail roads an tani i 1 ' 1 v i nt i ■ country's resources and tin advance' ilient id i■tir i [Mil reason why uieu wl.o ha\ c in I .•• • tin el - 1 a - ..... those W I Ul I In ' ■ 1.--. till' eon inn co:ton - modi ... : : lit Ml lie I 'i I" IH'lli. Its I «•. • fl 111 ■ I .... - 01 " ity I , nei -. Lieltlil , -111. l! 1 Ileal anil ii an luij pines*. Its only aim is |iecui.« jury wain, to which it subordinates a.. Wut v ii conies to supporting the gov ernment that gave ittts being, charter, ami continually protect* it, ttie Col'|kj lulun ilvariably seeks toavoid beat ing it- just prop...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 March 1904

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STfIPUE & FANCY GROCERIES, j SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. c JUc LOCAL EVENTS TOLD IN VERY BRIEF FORM Just What You Want to Know About Given Correctly and Concisely. The city council met Monday even ing. Superior court convened Monday morning. Considerable hay is being shipped this wee',;. Abe Kreidel returned Saturday from the Hot Springs. Born, to Mr. and Mr-, t'ottrtway, on March lid, a -on. John t'ackwood of I'leF.lum, was in the city Thursday. Advertisements placed in Thk I >a w n pay for themselves, M rs. I. 'Fitterer's health is much imptoved this week. Frank Grower is su'Torin;j from a:, attack . I pnenmoi iv. .1 . I and v, ■■ :.■ bath- at Hoi Springs. X quarters at 40."i North IVarl strcel i i-' Mouday. The 'wo soli- of |vl Mei'arty who have been 111 ivith pneumonia, are re reeovi i ng. Win. i'.iol. late of the linn of Kill ton & Pool lefi Sunday !or Sprague where he will redde. To ail appearance i; seem-,...

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. — 10 March 1904

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Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 March 1904

Additional Local Mrs. Hainey isqitil o ill this week. Kditor Pell of ihe t 'leKlum Ueho was in our city last Saturday. Simon Justl of Itosylu was in the city Thurseht) afternoon. Mrs. Joyce is now able to he around again ufter a protracted illness. 1),., ii. .1. I'Vlch returned Sunday afternoon from a 1 rip to t'olfax. Prank Williams of Toppenish, was in the city Thursday afternoon. Samuel It. Stern, a legal lighl from Spokane, was in our eitj Saturday. Bom: Monday, lo Mr. and Mrs. Will Conant, of the west side, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Morris of the Swank arc guests of T. I. I'at'SOU and family. Mrs. pjmer Pulton returned Sunday from Spokane where .he had been vis iting relnl Ives Chester Phelps of the X. W. I. < '0.. at Boslyn spent Saturday and Sunday fn Kllensburg. Mrs. Will Grisom & family moved on the Grissotn property in Sunnysitle ad dition Saturday. Grrndma Lillibridge is reported quite ill this week, ami lor recover) is very doubtful. Mr. .1. Holmes, and family, fro...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 March 1904

Who's Your Taiior ? "WKn c Yniir" ti)iPfr ii.. .... t ...... i . - . - w • • ■ ' ■.■*"....-... i» ... .... . . .. In the Dry Goods Dep't R. B. WILSON The Ellexsburg Daws Wash Goods Voiles, Etamines Novelty Weaves -'. c i i .r. c

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 March 1904

\ DWVN OF IJUICHTKI? HOPF.H \ Li< iHTIIOU.iF, F< Hi J'llK NATK iNS NAFF. TV— A |»KOl'LK*rt SHIP OF ST\TK \ OOVK IV .1 INT Of HM !'"!!<: •<':>!t Vol. xi. CLYDE V. WARNER DEAD. H« Pasted Away La«» Prldiy Evening at 6 t 3<"> i O'clock Heart failure. (ivdp V. Warner died las! Friday evening In Dr. Muliun's hospital. Hi* funeral look place from his late resi dence in the north |iari of town I'ues day ni "ii p, in. iln Friday i I 111 li he besril 11 com plaining, and grew gradually wore for the next thi lays. Monday even ing Feb. -- he was uiken Dr. j Mahan's hospital and Dr. Hean of Taenma was summoned. I'ue-day morning he arrived, and during 'he course of the day an operation was per for appendidtics. His condition was tnost critical. Inn success attended tl c operation and In' was progressing very nicely. Shortly helore his d ath other complications arose, among others heart trouble, which cuased hi- death. Mr. Warier was thirty-seven years nndlT day* old, being ho...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 March 1904

2 MEN S SUITS Many surprises await the man who looks through my line cf suits with over 600 from which to select in Cassimere and Worsted- It forms an array to satisfy the most particular. To reduce stock ! have cut the prices sharply. Many choice Patterns, well made in all respects, and suits that have always sold at from $10 to $15. Price A large assortment of high grade suits that formerly sold at from $15 to $18. Now These are only some samp les of the many bargains that are found everywhere throughout the stock. You are invited to drop in and look these over. C. L. Collins. Men's Apparel. All Ages. Your Moneys Worth or Your Money Back. Tin-; Ellknsiurc; Dawn $7.50 $10.5?, fiaiton Notes I Mrs. carithoia returned from the ! Sound a few day - ago. H. s. Peltnti Is laying « pi I* f, " l: ' his hotel Millie sal to M a r gl« from io- pi mi w sal .. also to ' furubm k- <" aovonc who along ! tin- I 'I I'"' I'M"'- I Mr. Johnson and wife, ol Cle Mum, in to.vu Saturday an i visited un ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 March 1904

\ms®i Li I I\viEl 3 1 lUli 13 L V W Ci U On Saturday, March U2th, we place on Sale ALL the Remnants which have accumulated since we opened our doors for business. And our first Grand Spring Opening takes place Thursday, K\ (% Mar. S7, and continuing Friday and Saturday, following. All remnants must be closed out on Saturday, March l*2th, Regardless of former prices. :: : Take advantage of this opportunity to secure : Remnants of Wool Dress Goods and Silks, Remnants of Table Linen and Toweling, Remnants of Sheetings and Muslins, Remnants of Ginghams and PercaUs, Remnants of Cretonnes and Calicos, Remnants of Outing Flannel and Flannelettes, Remnants of Sateens and Shirtings, Remnants of Lawns and Nainsooks, Remnants of Embroideries and Laces, Remnants of Silk and Satin Ribbons, With each one dollar purchase from now until May 15 we give you a coupon which entitles you to a chance for a round trip ticket to the St. Louis Exposition, FREE. S. P. Cash Store- We arc determined to keep ou...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 March 1904

4 WE ARE GOING TO CLOSE OUT THE FOLLOWING Lines of DRY GOODS Kit Gloves, Late Cuius, Lies Sis ail Stirs Late' Slices, lea s Clin Late, Amies aii Dress Trillins. Saturday, March 19th 1904 regardless of cost, and during continuation of sale, entire stock will be marked at greatly reduced prices. Lace?. Appliques and D-'css Trimmings. plique; Black and Wh:te >net rice »»» ApP.'.ques ::: Cott ::. nn :/ V' . . : " ■ 10 ,jc black corded,ilk braid 05 6« fine heavy iet trimming 35 C t;«nt"cd b ;t?ir k a ° d 05 -- c » -' - Laces >n cream.» . linen and black 10 ,<c Cream lace very wide 25 ,'oc & 4oc Lace, aU for 20 h 65 C^» BBtMi * 04 95 Line of *..:.< BdO«. fall i«nrtment c: snace .. «« Lace Ct.rtairs „.,.L«.C«n»i« " »-.-". Lace Cnnain 54.50 52.25 All Woolen Hccsicr-j cic Urywar at Cost. All Men's Lousers 33; off MRBARTHOLET & CO. We place these goods on sale Lad es' Skirts .".kir.2 Skirt $3i90 fj ; G:e , „,;,.;„, s -, 52.50 "with «ar\i"Tr'; 54.75 Lad es 5-res. , -:• - .-...

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