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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 2 June 1904
Additional Local E'o. ii. Kearnsof Uoslyn, ia In the city toihiy. M iss Jessie MeFadden Is dangerously ill tins week. John Balmer, of Cle Elum, spent Sunday In the city. Humboldt t'ackwood went down n> Yakima this afternoon. Mis. J, !>• Hill and sun Joe are visit ing in Tacoma this week. Mrs. Junes and children moved down to North Yakima yesterday. R.Webb, of Cle Elum, came down Sunday to v ' sit w ' tn friends. Dr. Sharpless, of Seattle, came ovei Tuesday tesee David Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Beddows are spending a few days in Spokane this week. Miss Aggie Schanno of Walla Walla, ig visiting friends in the city this week. Popular prices prevail for the local talent minstrel show. Go out and si r it. 11. c. Purkins lefl Tuesday night for St. Louis, where he goes to enjoy tlie World's Fair. Tbe Terpslcborean club will give the last dance i>f the season In Masonic ball Friday, June KM b. Miss Agnes Scharno. of Walla Walla, is v guest of her sister, Mrs. Mat Bartholet, tbis week A....
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 2 June 1904
s These Suits The Coats In the Dry Goods Department W, price ,„„, at $ | fj, $|2, S I 3.50, I 5 JESUIT. R. B. WIL SO N The Ellensburg Dawn MEN'S OUTING SUITS Coats and Trousers The cuts opposite show Front and Back of one of our Outing Suits are made from light-weight fabrics and finished in the lightest possible manner to to insure durability and shape retaining construction. are either half or quarter lined. The trous ers of all outing suits are of the newest "Peg Top" design and all are provided with belt tops. We place on sale our entire stock of Muslin Underwear. See windows for prices. $12.00
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 2 June 1904
Have You Seen our beautiful decorated glassware? Cheap in Price Quality and Design $2.50 Water Set for $I;§P All these and many Other Bargains at TheßonMarche Pearl Street • BUT NOT IN Thb EI.LKNSBORG Dawn. Mr. Cohen, of Nebraska, is visiting here. .1. M. Newman, of Thorp, was in the elty yesterday. H. b\ Hlair lefl for a short stay in Spokane, Wednesday. Fred liutcber made a flying visit to North Yakima, Monday. Judge Henry Smith, of Uoslyn, ramt down this week to look after some business matters, 1 laud, Mm of .1. 11. I Hxon, of Wallace, Idaho, is in ilui city to spend several ■reeks with his uncle, .1. s. Dixon. Assessor Kenney and Bead Deputy Heron went totheSwauk district today to finish up tbe assessment 111 that b t inn. Mayor tVlynri hail n man arrested for disorderly conduct on the streets yes terday. Justice Hay lea Hoed him $10 ami ci»-.(i. A. S. Paul, of North Yakima, spent Monday in thisclty greel Ing old friends, lie formerly lived in this city some i i cars ago. A. I....
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 2 June 1904
to Tie Heart Cry of the Motherless Maiden. • Mother, ctm t Kirk from thnt echoles* diore And t»k« nit again y> l,ir arms asol yore.' When the mother is taken from the home, tlie loss falls heavily on each member of tlie family. Hut in time kindly Nature heals the wounds, dulls the memory, and comforts the heart. The little girl turns anew to her dolls and her plays and her mother becomes a memory. The real loss that she has sustained conies to her much later in life, when "standing with reluctant feet where womanhood and girlhood meet," she feels the need of a mother's counsel. She is perplexed about conditions of which she cannot speak to any other. She thinks of the family physician. But her delicate nature shrinks from the questions she might be called upon to answer. And so without counsel or help she drifts along while every day time tightens the fetters of disease. Young women instinctively know that eertaiu conditions are abnormal. They know that heads and bucks were not m...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 June 1904
\ DAWN OP BUIUHTBR HOPES A LTOHTHOITSK Poll TIIK NATION'S KAPP.TY— A IMOOPLK'H SMII* OK 1 STATK A GOVKHNMBNT OP JUSTICE POIt ALL MEN Vol. xi. SOCIALIST STATE PLATFORM As Adopted in Delegated Convention May 2'Jth, 1904, In Seattle, Waihlntjton. We, the members of the working class, who arc organized politically into Socialist party of the state of Washing ton, call upon everj member of our class to join with us for the purpose of capturing the powers of governm n . that we may take possession of i be tools 0 ir iduction, abo ish the wage i*y*ti ra and establish a system ol produc i in tor the bent'lit of the workers. Today the tools of production are j owned by the capitalist class, they arc operated by the working class, but only when their operation will make profits for the owning class, Ownership of the machines, mines, factories and railroad gives to the capitalist class control over the livesof the members of the working class through the wage system. The owning class can give ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 June 1904
2 Wen's Apparel, All Ages. RAILROAD AND ROUNDHOUSE Ncv»< Gathered from Reliable Sources by Our Staff Reporter for Your Benefit. T. E. Coyle, of Tacotna, spent Wed nesday in Ellensburg. ft. ('. Aokley spent several days in Beatt le this week. A. Bearaer, Supt. of the Idaho Di vision, made Ellensburg a brief visit Monday. The governor <if Honolulu and hi, family were passengers on No. 4. Sunday. They were act panied by F. W. Gilbert, of St. Paul. The gov ernor has chartered the special Pullman car "Columbia" and i- making a tour of Portland, Seattle, Tacoma and St. Louis. lie will return from the PBSt via -alt Lake and Los Angeles toSan Erancisco, Ellensburg has been favored by hav ing a new steam wrecking crane located at this point. The wrecker in question bear-- the number N. I'- also the fac tory number 12*12. It is a ponderous piece of machinery and was built b> tie Industrial Works of Bay < 'ity. Michigan. It is built entirely of steel and has a lifting capacity of t...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 June 1904
REMNANT SALE Sal*! Jus 111 Having had a very successful sale of white and colored wash goods, we find a great accumulation of remnants which we are determined to close out. And in order to accom plish this end quickly we will place the entire lot on our bargain tables at greatly reduced remnant prices on Saturday, June nth. Man} 1 of these remnants are of only three yard lengths while others are of ten and twelve yard pieces. And should you want a waist or dress pattern length be sure and visit these bargain tables early Saturday morning. Among this accumulation will be found Remnants of white and colored lawns " of white and colored hatiste " of voiles " of lace embroidered swiss " of india madras " of knicker suiting " of drap de voiles " of colored boutonne " of arabella spirals Remember these remnants are all of this season's goods Black and Colored Wool Dress Goods ■ 1.... - ll+ta WE close our great sale of Wool Dress OciTU rQcIV, 011116 II in Goods. Until then you can purchase...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 June 1904
4 jpicnsburci -Daum. Entered Nov. ftth 1894, at Mm- I'uHtnnice, lOllchh imrr. WiiNnliiKton, uh entitled to NOconti cluhs pOHttll lilies. Office: nr. Mm si p tit sirna, Alimny Block, Tkkms; P«H VRAII, CAHfI : tl i"- All chnii.'is nt iitlVcrilMi'lhi'l In fur (fUTlftll Wit U iiiiihl hi* nululril In mil Inter IhuhTu'winy. 10 H, in IMliitwlm'. therhmufe nol appear. We ill* rormi i<i uiltipl thin run urn it mutter uf | btiHineHH, Corrt'NpoiMletitH will pleiiM* t< \ mitt ift-i their news Items ill Ui us us enrlj in Mi*' w»*eh un puHhihlt* nut litter llmti TueHihi> »t ■ rimon, tin ftiHN NUllH'thillK Of Spi-cial I tl) 11< I I l ' HUIItCM It nei*t'HHiir.> to hulci mime until Weilia mm,\ uiorti , int,'. ROBERT A. TURNER EDiTOR. Population ol County, 12,234 Population ol City. 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 EDITORIAL NOTES. TRADE AT HOME. Many whose Intentions tire till rijjht, do not stop lonu enough lo think jusi how easily they can aid in bringing about genera...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 June 1904
6 Now on Sale!! Choice acre tracts immediately adjoining the city. Prices and terms on application. Call on or address R. LEE PURDIN, - - - Ellensburg, Wash WANTS THINGS EXPLAINED A West Sidcr Wants Some Things Explained Who Will Answer the Questions? From one wbo wiihei to know bow it comes that it was needful for all the business houses of Ellensburg to close on Monday. May iiuth. but the saloon. They were open all the day as though it wet" needful for them to be open, they five no serious thought about the day but busy dealing out the deadly stuff that causes many sad hearts. If they are good law abiding citizens why did they not close- If they are true patriotic men why did not they observe the day by dosing up their place of business along with the other business men of the city V I think we are safe in .saying every place was closed but the Mloon. I suppose that it was absolute ly necessary for tbem to be open more than the other business places of the city. Men and women were...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 June 1904
Additional Local The city council met Monday even ing. Commissioners court convened Mon day. Dan Coble fired his first kiln of brick Sunday- Judge Rudkin was in the city Satur day afternoon. W. A. Thomas' school In district No. ti closed Tuesday. .1. H. Smithson's sheep shearing was finished up Tuesday. F. A. Williams, of Toppenlsb, was up on business Friday. Joe Turner spent Sunday with Jasper Btandley fishing in Wilson creek. Herman Shult/.. of Walla Walla, was in the city Tuesday a few hours. .1. L Allen has been indisposed for some days and is feeling quite badly yet. The outlook for a bumper crop of hay in the valley this season is indeed very good. W.J. Robbing went over to Seattle, Friday, to intend the grand lodge of the 1. <>.<>. F. J. B. ('rain has gone over to Hot Springs to try the virtue of the water for rheumatism. Chester Vaughn, of Clo Elum, one of the N. W. 1- Company line men. was in the city Saturday. W. !■'. Weatherford, of Spokane, has secured a posi...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 June 1904
8 These Suits The Coats In the Dry Goods Department We price the, at $ | $ | $13.50, $|5 PER SUIT. R. B. WIL3 OIM The Ellensburg Dawn MEIVTS^ Coats and Trousers The cuts opposite show Front and Back of oris of our Outing Suits are made from light-weight fabrics and finished in the lightest possible manner to to insure durability and shape retaining construction. are either half or quarter lined. The trous ers of all outing suits are of the newest "Peg Top" design and all are provided with belt tops. We place on sale our entire stock of Muslin Underwear. See windows for prices. $12.00
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 9 June 1904
Supplement to The jzHensburg Dawn triSAHATTEROFHEXIIU Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Rev. Jennings of CleElum, is the city today. E. E. Wager returned from CleElum lust evening. — ••• «a> — Normal Graduates. The following students graduate with honors from the normal this month: Elolie Kingston, of Everett; tluby Campbell, of Seattle: Mary K. Hay. of Taoom; Myth Epple, of Pendleton, <>r.; Katnryn Hoffman, of Ellensburg; < dive Ilooton, of Tacoma; Anna Jungst, of North Yakima: Katherlne McCurdy, of Pt. Townsend: Florence Payne, of Pt, Townsend: Mary Bruce Ueid, of Taco ma; Beatrice Robinson, of Walla Wal la; Verna Smith, of Ellensburg; Vir ginia Vance, of Ellensburg, Blind for 15 Years and now Sees. John Holtz. who lias been blind for tlie |iast fifteen years from cataract, lias had his sight restored by Dr. (,'. 11. Heed, the oculist. Mr, Holtz is full of gratitude for the receivers of his vision. —Rooms to rent, furnished and un furnished, Price reasonable, Appl...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
A DAWN OF BRIGHTEN HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATE— \ GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xi. COUNTY COURT IN SESSION Allow Some Large Bills Transact Business of Mu.h Importance The board of county commissioners of Kittitas county, Washington, met Monday. June H, UH)4. All members present. in the matter ol' the vacation of a portion of Tacoma addition to Kllens burg, as presented hy It. Lee Purdln. Boai'd ordered that the same he va cated. In the matter of the vacation of a portion of Grand View addition to El-1 lensburg.as presented by 11. M. Bryant. | Board finding that all was according to law, the same was ordered vacated. The following bills were examined and approved and warrants ordered issued: corsTv cvaasNT expense fund. The Ellensburg Dawn, printing * 2 on C. s. Baker, usst Btb grade examination. 21 00 Anna Wauipler, " — 16 no Verna Smith. " .... 81 00 Uluss* Prudbomme, stationer; 47 86 Northwestern Imp. Co.. coal S 5o C. E. Wheeler,...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
2 Men's Apparel, Al! Ages. Additional Local. t ove and West Side teams at the l>ail grounds at -p. m. Saturday. Business men will play winning team. William s. Shiach, ol Spokane, editor ol the Kittltat, Vakima and Klickitat county's history, was in the city for a few hours Tuesday. He informs us that tbe work ol gathering and com piling the history of the three counties is now practically completed and that as sonii as details can be closed and ar rangements made for cuts, etc., etc., the work will l>c turned over to the printers. f The delegates to the Washington Christian Convention held in North Yakima dune 111-17 from Ellensburg were: W. 11. I lader, < . 11. Hilton aim K. (1. Grind rod. The following delega tion also went down lo take in the con vention: T. J. Ilandall and wife. Mrs. W. il. Wader, Mrs C. 11. Hilton, T. 1.. Henuess and wile. Mrs. M. V. Edging too. Mis. W. C. A' wood, Mrs. Eva Ollmour, Dr. A. Martin, Mis. I tisbop and M rs. I 'lerce. I tan Sha/.er had qu...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
MID-SUMMER UNDER-MUSLIN SALE There is a time for' all things. This will certainly Ik- the time for Uuder-Muslins. It is our aim to make this the largest and best sale of dependable, daintily trimmed under-muslins ever held in Ellensburg. The two leading reasons that created our supremacy cannot be too strongly emphasized. Yon know them — otherwise you would not conic and continue coining in ever increasing numbers. Our qualities are what par ticular women want; our prices are in perfect accord with the governing principles of oar business —THE LOWEST, THE VERY LOWEST. Whether you have a mite to spend, or a large amount, come here. SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY MORNING, JCNEIBTH This Appeal is For Tbe Frugal fad Tbriftq Of an Clasjes Simon P. Fogartj Co STORE. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY Thk Ellensburg Dawn. 3 Don't Wait Too Lon<J fl Few Daijs At Tbe Most Will Clean Then) Out
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
5 gllcnsbutriT JUuun. Entered Nov. sth 1894, al the Postoftlee, KllenH bun.'. Washington, unentitled to second class postal rates. OrriOK: 105 East fourth Street, Albuiij I (lock. Tbkmh: Pbh Year, CAsn 11.00 All change* of advertisements lor current week must be bunded in not later than Tuesday. Ida. in Otherwise, the change will not appear, We are forced to adopl ibis ml' as a matter ot business. Correspondents will please try and gel their news Hems In lo lis as early in Hie week as possible not later than Tuesday afternoon, un less something of special Importance makes it necessary to hold sumo until Wednewlnj morn 1 fag. Special Notice Hereafter all resolutions . f eon tti.i n.e, cures ol thanks, notices ol entertain men is charging an ndmissioi reo, ami othj r pimj ar notices will be charged regulur ad vert is inn rales wln n published in THg DAWN, ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Finns in Ellensburg, 100 EDITORIAL...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR fHIIiIiARS ROASTED Coj=fEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS H. K. Scbanno visited Tacoma, Fri day. K. Lee Purdin visited Sound cities Saturday. Francis Parrisb sold his place north of town Monday. B. C. Aokley spent a few days re cently in Tacoma. Robert Lundstrom, of Itoslyn. was in the city yesterday. R. S. Palmer is taking in thu sights at St. Louis this week. The school census of district No. 3 shows 980 pupils ol school age. Elder J. A. Woodyard preached at Beecer Creek school house Sunday. Mrs. John If. Denton has been very much indisposed for several days past. The republican state campaign will open about Sept. l">th. Let'er sizzle. ,). P, Sharp will please accept our thanks for the loan of a valuable book. Mrs. Beagle left for Tacoma, Tuesday evening, where she goes for treatment. We call your attention to "special notice.'' at tbe head of the editorial column. Mrs,...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
6 Now on Sale!! Choice acre tracts immediately adjoining the city. Trices and terms on application. Call on or address R. LEE PURDIN, - - - Ellensburg, Wash AMONG Ttir. ( HURCHES. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Eld. J. A. Woodyard will occupy the pulpit of the (lent ral Christian church Sunday at II a. in., and s p. m. All cordially invited. PRESHYTKRIAN CHURCH, Children's day will be observed al tin* \ Presbyterian church Sunday morning. \ The services will be In charge of the | children and they are preparing an in teresting program. Parents desiring baptism for their children will have them al this service. In the evening the pastor will give the sixth sermon in tbe "Lifeof CbrUt" Illustrated by stereoptlcan. Subject "Christ and the Gentiles." I 'übllc Invited. BAPTIST CHUHCH. Children's day exercises at the Dap tist church Inst Sunday evening were unusually good. The singing was tine and the recitations were such a> to re flect great cm dit upon both teacher and pupils. The house ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
Additional Local ' Tuesday was Hag day. Geo. Weaver is recovering nicely. John Pollock's new house is almost completed. Lee Forrest, of Chehalis, was in the city yesterday. Bey. Dunlap of Seattle, was In the city yesterday. I W. C. Roe had his residence nicely re-painted this week. Neal Vanderblll has painted his new barn in Sunnyside addition. Jabe Thomas is building a line house on his timber culture ranch. Quite a number of farmers have com menced cutting their alfalfa. Mrs. O. Hinman is recovering very nicely from her reoent Illness. John E. Veach, of Thorp, was down Tuesday to take in the circus. Carl Jungst has been wor-ie for the wear this week with tonsilitis. Assesor Kenney is finishing up his work on the Tanum Ibis week. Senator Stanton Warburton, of Ta coma. was in the city yesterday. Dr. McCauley accompanied Jack Lyon down to Portland, Sunday. Mrs. Ella Wilson and Nora Morgan left Monday for Vancouver, I!. ('. Mrs. L. J. Chapin left yesterday to visit relatives at Dallas...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
s These Suits The Coats We price them at $ | $|2, S | 3-50, In the Dry Goods Department The cuts opposite show Front and Back of one of our Outing Suits are made from light-weight fabrics and finished in the lightest possible manner to to insure durability and shape retaining construction. are either half or quarter lined. The trous ers of all outing suits are of the newest "Peg Top" design and all are provided with belt tops. We place on sale our entire stock of Muslin Underwear. See windows for prices. R. B. WILSON The Ellensburg Dawn MEN'S OUTING SUITS Coats and Trousers $12.00