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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
G. W. HORNBECK * J'JJSSa, CULTIVATOR Wil Cultivate any Width or Depth When You Buy a Rake The Osborne Stands at the [Head Buggies Rubber Tire Road Wagons Phaetons Etc Hardware and Implements Two Levers and Wooden Handles Why not Buy the Best STEEL SELF-DUMP RAKE Surreys Hacks The Ellensburg Dawn. Strong Shovel Shanks Double Bars and Braces Stoves and Ranges We Have an extensive line in this department. Sec 'I hem. Simply Beyond Comparison OSBORNE COLUMBIA MOWERS A Mower that fills all needs, overcomes all ob jections to machines now in use. Positively no side draft—no neck weight. Dealer in OSBORNE RIVAL DISC Has Never Been Equaled as a Pulvari zer I Come In and Examine the Machine A Good \iawom Is the Cheapest Note these Points: Strong, flexible, Convenient, Drams Straight Levers Handy Teeth Cannot Loose Sold on small Margin They Give Satisfac tion The best A Car Load of Vehicles consisting of Sweep Rakes Stackers Hay Carriers Harpoon Hay Forks Grapple Forks Hay Slings 9
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 16 June 1904
to liv Heart Giy of the Motherless Maiden. t M'ltVi'r. rr-n r two* from thnl fcholrw ■ liore Aid! i;iki« mi n»: nn in jrout aims .is,,l v ire ' When the mother is taken from the home, tin- loss t ills heavily mi each nirm!>rr of tin- family. But iii time kindly Nature heals the wounds, dulls the memory, and comforts the heart. The little girl tutus anew to het dulls and her plays attil her mother liecomes a memory. The real less that Bhe has sustained comes to her much later in life, when "standing with reluctant feet where womanhood and girlhood meet," she feels the need <>i a mother's counsel. She is perplexed about renditions of which she cannot s] eak t.. any othi r. She thinks of the family physician. But her delicate nature shrinks from the questions she might be called upon to answer. And s.< without counsel • >.' hi lp she drifts i.loiic; while every day tittle tightens the fetters of disease. Young women instinctively know that certain conditions are abnormal...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 June 1904
\ DAWN OF BRIGHTEN HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE NATION'S SAP FT V— A A PEOPLE'S SHfP OF STATE -A GOVERNMENT OP JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xi. THE REPUBLICAN WAY OUT How the P. I. Would do the Commission Act up Backed hy the Little Midgett. There arc two classes of people to whom the question of having a state board of railroad commissioners Is of vital Interest, the farmers of Eastern Washington, who have been 1«• <1 to be lieve thai they would g-et cheaper freight rates for their wheat under a railroad commission than at present, and the democratic politicians of the state, who hope that there may be some political capital for them in having their party advocate a commission, since the re publican state convention refused to do so. The interests of these two classes are diametrically opposed to each Other. The democratic politicians have as their sole hope that, they may elect their candidate for governor on thi* issue, notwithstanding that the election of a democratic governor woul...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 June 1904
2 HOTTER TIMES COMING NO Getting away from it, its getting a little warmer eveiy clay. No use of sweating about it-Just "Keep Cool." No use wearing winter clothes all the year, when summer ones are just as cheap, and much more comfort able. Here are a few HOT WEATHER COMFORTS Underwear A.MIC HTY good showing of I lalbrig gan I fnderwear in i 'lain < 'train < 'olor and also Fancy—mighty com- CI nn fortable, at the suit WIiUU A nui In r <in>' iv < 'ot ton and a wonderful bargain at tbe Kfln price 25c a garment, suit. uwu Half Hose ON Knl the coolesl ibings for t he Feel Is ihe l iace Front I lose, in a variety of col ors and stripes. I am show- ing an excellent line at — •»*»»< Iton'l forget thal I carry tbe best I Hack and Tan Sock OR'" in the city at for Men s Apparel, All Ages. WOMEN'S CU BS CONVENE Sessien Opens Wednesday With a large Del egation in Attendance. The State Federation of Women's Clubs convened in this city Wednesday at 10 a. m. There is quite a larg...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 June 1904
Muslin Underwear The Great Mid-Summer Muslin Underwear Sale Closes ON SATURDAY, JUNE 25TH Do not overlook this opportunity to lay in a supply of dainty lace trimmed lingerie at the greatly reduced prices— Serviceable muslin corset covers - 12 l-2c each and up Tucked and hemstitched muslin drawers - 29c and up Gowns trimmed with embroidery and lace - 79c and up Fine sheer muslin skirts • 59c and up A very large assortment and a great range of prices to choose from. All well made garments aud cut in full sizes. No restrictions as to quality. Come early while the assortment is complete. Boys Ritolbecl Summer Underwear We place on sale Saturday, June 25th, 25 dozen boys' summer weight shirts and drawers in all sizes, usually sold at 35c and 50c each Patterns for July now in. All at the uniform price ioc each. None higher. None better. Our Special Sale Mai, 25c Each. An? to Camlitn Paper Patterns STORE. Thk Ellensburg Dawn. Sale 3
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 June 1904
4 gllcnsburg -Claum. Entered Nov. r>ili ism. al the Postofflee, Ellens imrir. Washington, as entitled to second class posint rates. Okkk'k: 105 Bust Fourth Street, Albany Block Tkhms: Pub Ybar, Cash : '■ tIM Ail phuw/e* of advertisements for current Week must he huiidcd In not later ihun Tuesday. 10 a. in i Ithera Isc, the change »ill iol appear. We are forced u> adopt ihis rule us v matter "f business. CorrenpondentH will please tryandael their news items in n> us us curly In ihe week us possible not later than Tuesduy ufn r [t, mi less something ol special Importunce mukes n necessary to held same until Wedm sday morn iui,' Special Nolle* Hereafter nil resolutions of eon dulence, curds "I thanks, notices ol entertain mem- churiiinii an admission fee, and other Hlmilar notices will he churned regular odvertls In;; rules when published In Thh Uawn. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12,234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 EDITO...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 June 1904
Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. 13. Wilson. STAPLE & ffINCY GROCERIES. SOliE AGENT FOR MIUUARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lyncc BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS O. W. Pautzke spent Sunday in Cle Elum. John E. Burch is on the sick list this week. J, 15. Hugo is aide to bo up aud out again. King & Craig received a number of tine pianos Friday. Martin Miohels sold 32 acres for $11,400 to B. /.wicker. Don't forget the ball at Goodwin's hall in Thorp, July 4th. Dr. McCauley says there are a few cases of smallpox In town. Miss Grace Weeks, of Seattle, is over this week visiting friends. Clarence Houser made a Hying visit to North Yakima, Tuesday. The saloons in Cle Elum wore all closed hard and tight Sunday. Mrs. J. R. Sinclair is on the Sound for a few days' visit this week. Quite a number of farmers have cut their alfalfa and have it stacked. Miss Mamie Burchard is spending a few weeks visiting in Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. < ollins are spend- I ing a few days in Seattle...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 June 1904
6 Free To every Cash Purchaser of 5 Acres in our new pints of Acre tracts, we will present Absolutely Free, a nice 1-acre pasture Lot-all in good grass. R. LEE PURDIN, Deserved Promotion. Hear Admiral Angus McLeod, young er brother of our well-known fellow townsman, Commodore MoLeod, on occasion of tbe visit of King Kdward VII, of England, to Ireland, was made a (iommander id' the Victorian I>i der, We hope t ti<- gallant pdmiral will have a long and brilliant career and event ually become commander of a fleet. Ballet-Thomas. In this city, at the residence of C. H. Gray, Tuesday, dune 21, al s p. m., .lames W. Bailesand Mrs. May Thomas were joined in wedlock, I lev. W. M. Kenney officiating. Roosevelt Nominated. Chicago, Ills., .1 inie 23, special to| Thk Dawn. —Theodora Roosevelt was today nominated for president l>y ac clamat ion. Secretary Cortelyou was elected chairman of the national committee. A good place to trade Bradshaw Bros. A Co. l ,; -t f Not Fatal. No Matter W...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 June 1904
Additional Local Dan Coble spent Sunday in Tacoma. E. A. Muth, of Taooma, is i" the city today. Prank Hodges, of Kent, was in the city Sunday. A. J, Scheie, of Thorp, was in the city Monday. August Sasse, of Cle Elum, was in the city Tuesday. Miss Minnie liuzzell is visiting in Spokane this week. Miss Mable Brown and brother John went to Roslyn, Tuesday. The People's Meat Market, is putting scales at their slaughter yard, Thomas P. Nelson registered at Hotel Cecil in Seattle. Tuesday. Chester Vaughn, of Cle Elum, spent Wednesday afternoon in this city with friends. Mrs. Harry Hofaekor left for a short visit In Sprague and Spokane, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ray Gilbert, of Spokane, is looking after her interests in this city this week. Mrs. William Cunningham and daugh ter left last evening for a week's visit in Spokane. Dr. MoCauley performed an opera tion on a little sou of Mr. and Mis. .1. F. Travel's, Sunday. Oeretto Brown returned from a visil in Roslyn, Tuesday, she was accom panie...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 June 1904
8 These Suits The Coats In t le Dry Goods Department The cuts opposite show Front and Back of one of our Outing Suits $10, $12, $13.50, *I 5 ra»stnr. R. B. WILSON The Ellensburg Dawn MEN'S OUTING SUITS Coats and Trousers arc 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. — 23 June 1904
G. W. HORNBECK Hardware and Implements i $I*2™ CULTIVATOR Wil Cultivate any Width or Depth Two Levers and Wooden Handles When You Buy a Rake Why not Buy the Best The Osborne STEEL SELF-DUMP RAKE Stands at the Head Surreys Hacks Buggies Rubber Tire Road Wagons Phaetons Etc Tmk Ellensburg Dawn. Stoves and Ranges c_s We Have an extensive line in this department See Them. Simply Beyond Comparison OSBORNE COLUMBIA MOWERS A Mower that fills all needs, overcomes all ob jections to machines now in use. Positively no side draft—no neck weight. Dealer in Has Never Been Equaled as a Pulvari zer Strong Shovel Shanks Double Bars and Braces OSBORNE RIVAL DISC Come in and Examine the Machine A Good }iawow The best Is the Cheapest Note these Points: Strong, flexible, Convenient, Drams Straight c Vers Handy Teeth Cannot Loose A Car Load of Vehicles consisting of Sweep Rakes Stackers Hay Carriers Harpoon Hay Forks Grapple Forks Hay Slings IO Sold on small Margin They Give Satisfac tion
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 June 1904
Q What She Mai Expect. Tin 1 Goal ol' Love 5s Marriage and the Hoal of Marriage is Maternity. Win* l young rtiao and young woman are very much in love every step "f lite they take is timed to the music ol the wedding march. The happy consumma tion may he years away, but down the path of the years the clear eyes of love discern the spot which »otne tl ly they shall call home. And when the mar riage is consummated and the home founded another thought begins to fill the minds of wife and husband, a thought that lies n><> deep for words, the thought of a cooing baby voice, of tiie patter of tender baby feet ami the music of happy baby laughter, ii iue love of man and woman leads '.o marriage, and marriage looks to mother hood, what is the plain and obvious duty of the woman about to assume the obli gations of wifehood and motherhood' It is her duty to prepare herself for her own sake anil the sake of the children that may be given her, as well as for the take of iter husband an...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
A DAWN OP BRIGHTER HOPES A 1.1 IHTHOUSE FOR THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S S ll1 1 OF STATE A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xi. THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM As Adopted in Nalion.il Convention in The City of Chicago, lune 21st IQO4. The platform adopted by the i ven tion is as follows: Fifty years ago the republican party came into existence, dedicated among other purposes to the great task of ar resting the extension of human slavery. In 1880 it elected its Brat president, During twenty-four of the forty-four years which have elapsed since the] election of Lincoln the republican party has had complete contrail of the govern ment. For eighteen more of the forty four years it has held partial cool red through the possession of one or two branches of the government, while the democratic party during tbe same period has had complete control for only two years. This long tenure of power by the republican party is not, j due to chance. It is a demonstration | that the republican part...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
2 HOTTER TIMES COMING all the Tear, when summer ones are just as cheap, and much more comfort able. Here are a few ■HOT WEATHE Underwear AMfOHTY p, I showing of I lalbrlggan I 'nderwear in Plain ('ream Color and alsii Fancy—mighty com- Ot |"|f| rortable, al the suit Vi.UU j Another one in Cotton ami a wonderful bargain ul the Kpp prior Hoc a i>nrm< nt, suil . WWW Half Hose OX X ol i he coolest i hi tigs for the Keel Is the \a From I lose, in a \ nvietj of col ins and stripes. I iiui show- QC f me an excellent line ul .... Don't forget thai I carry the best Ulack and Tan Sock ORf in the city ai :: for .. ~~_\ Men's Apparel, All A£cs. Work of Destructive Flames. Tuesday morning about ('clock Ibe harness shop of T. W. t'arrell on Main street In tbe Shoudv block was discovered on lire. Tbe department was out in good season and fought the flames like heroes, but ol course In spite | of their best efforts the damage by flame and stream will doubtless amount to nearly or quite *1,200...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
Mil Jill 21. SaturdaySpecialSale Lies Smtr fetmr Having just received an express shipment of the very latest styles in Ladies Summer Neckwear, consisting of Yenise and Oriental Lace Collars, White & Colored stocks with tab ends, also stocks with large white hows. We will place the entire large variety on Special Sale Saturday at 25 [eels Eacl. 1 5 c yd A large assortment of new shades in all Silk Wash Tafeta Ribbons, 3 inches wide suitable for the popular crush belts or Neck Ribbons. Op Sale Saturdaij fit 15 Cents per Yard Do not over look our Wash Goods department if you are in need of a waist or suit —Pattern lengths, as there are many remnants to be had at nearly half price. Agency for Cosmopolitan Paper Patterns Seam Allowance. Price 10c. no more. None better Simon P. Fogarty Co The Ellensburg Dawn. Wash Tafeta Ribbons Wash Goods. CASH STORE. i Wash Talta His Mil If 2i. i yd 3
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
4 Tilt RFPUBLICAN PLATPORM i 'outlnued from page otic. td probe the evil ami briny the offend ers to justice without regard to party or political ties. Laws enacted by the lepublican party which the democratic party failed to enforce ami which were intended for the protection ol the pub lic against the unjust discrimination of the Illegal encroacbmetii <>f va-i aggre gations of capital have been fearlessly enforced b) a republican presidi'til ami new laws insuring responsible publici ty as in the operation of grout corpora tions and providing additional remedies (or tbe prevention of discrim nut inn in freight rales have been passed b) a republican ctingress, MAN> Pt.KIXIKS I ri. l 11.1.i.1i In this record of achievements during the past eight years ma) !»• read the pledges which tbe republican part) has fultllled, We pro|K»*e to continue this principle and we declare our constaul adherence to the following principles: Protection, which guards and de velops our industries, ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
A Car Load of Buggies, Hacks, Wagons Etc., Etc. "OLD HICKORY' IOX Pc4RTICULA% UNLIKE MANY other articles of manufacture, the construction of which Ii is uud :rgon • in irked changes during this age ol mechanical ingenuity and inventive talent, farm wagons remain unaltered in general form. While inventive genius and mechanical science have achieved wonders in designing new and improving old machinery used in the manufacture ol wagons, no radical change has been wrought in the form of the wagon itself, and it therefore follows that the superiority of one wagon over another is principally due to the adoption of that form or model that comprises the greatest amount of strength with tli2 least weight; arrangement, shape, size and adjustment of all the different puts that give the easiest draft; the free use of the very best quality of material; the best workmanship, which can only be secured by the exclusive employment ot free, educated, skilled labor, and close, intelligent, unremitting...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
6 THE LOCAL EVENTS Midnight Ares are becoming alarm ing. Ninety-two in the shade is warm enough for us. All St. John, of Thorp, was in I he city yesterday. .1. 1.. Vaughn lost his tine jersey cow a few day s since. K. A. You or returned from North Yakima, Tuesday. T. I. Harrison, of Kuston, came down Monday on business, 'I'lif Hun Marche received a large in voice of shoes Monday. W. J. Boyd returned fromavisltto North Yakima yesterday. Mrs. .1. I. Munson left lor an extend ed visit in tbe east today, Fishing in the Menastash canyon is getting quite fashionable. Mrs. t'arthona Grissotn is consider ably Indisposed this week. W. H. Carothers -pi nt a few hours thin weeK in North Yakima, Born: To Mr. ami M rs. John I 'ougb lin, Saturday, June 2otb, a son, Itodney White, ol Spokane, is in the city this week visiting relatives, .1. M. Mart.ii made a thin:.' visit to North Vakima, Tuesday morning, .1. 1.. Drowntield, of Toppcnisb, spent Sunday In this city with relatives, Vernon Rogers is ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
gllcnsburg $Htmt. Sintered Nov. Mb 1894, ul tin' Postofflce, Kllens- Surg, Washington, osentlUed to second clusb postal lairs. Omca: 105 Bast Fourth Street, Albany Block. TKUMs: PBB YBAB, Cash : (1.00 All changes of advertisements tor current week muNt be handed In not later than Tuesday, pi a. m. Otherwise, the change will not appear. We are Forced lo adopt ibis rule us v matter er business. Correspondents will plouse tryundgel their news Items in to us us early in the week us possible nut later than Tuesday afternoon, an less something of special Importance makes ii necessary to liohl sunie until Wednesday muni lag. Special Notice Hereafter all resolutions ot i dolence, curds of thanks, notices ol entertain ments Chorglng an admission lee. ami other similar notices wdl be charged regular advertis ing rates when published m Thb Dawn. ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Population of County, 12.234 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 EDITORIAL NOTES. The attenti...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 June 1904
8 NEW SHOES JUST RECEIVED Embracing all Styles, Latest Patterns—Oxfords, Slip pers, Patent Kid, Kid, Light and Heavy Work Shoes, and Dress Shoes for Men Win ii lira made by the < >M Reliable Moijes Norman Shoe Co. Reciprocity and Sunflower Lines Which are having an en irtn >us s tie everywhere. I hey are comfortable, stylish and have the wearing qualities. Ii yon are looking for a School Shoe that will please examine the Reciprocity shoe. Men's Shoes from >'-75 to 5.V-5 Ladies' Shoes from si.;<> " -3.00 Children's Shoes from $1.00 " 5i.7^ Infant's Shoes from 20 " ,75 We have marked these Shoes closely and shall be satis tied with quick sales and small profits. To appreciate the above prices one must see the shoes. Let us show them to you. We believe you will be well repaid for your visit. The Bon P/iarche The Ellensburg Dawn We arc- pushing the Our Range of preces: S*o;ii'S Street,